It sounds like on top of perhaps being jealous; he's also quite anxious. When dogs live with one person most of the time, it's easy for them to fall into a routine and any disruptions cause anxiety.
It may help to provide him with more exercise and mental stimulation during the day to help tire him out. Going on walks with you and your daughter may also help. Make sure he receives his slice of attention each day and try to adhere to your regular routines with him (don't change his feeding time, sleeping places, etc.).
Try hand feeding him tasty treats every time you interact with your daughter so that he learns that great things happen when she's around.
Calming aids such as DAP collars/spray may also help. Usually, it's just a matter of time, and things get better as he adjusts to seeing your daughter.