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  • Posted: Apr 23, 2024
    Deadline: Apr 30, 2024
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    Excellence Community Education Welfare Scheme Ltd/Gte (ECEWS) is a leading indigenous non-profit organization dedicated to improving access to qualitative healthcare, Education and Economic strengthening services in Nigeria. Our staff includes expert in health, Education, Social works, youth, Civil Society and research. Our LOCATE project; a CDC/PEPFAR HIV p...
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    Clinical Services Associate – PMTCT, Pediatrics & Adolescent

    Job Description

    • The incumbent will provide support for managing health programs that maximize development results and impact.
    • He/she will provide technical support to supporting facilities in establishing protocols for HIV/AIDS treatment and allied health services that are consistent with national guidelines.
    • Incumbent will have experience in adolescent and young people care, pediatrics treatment and demonstrable skills to provide technical support for multidisciplinary HIV/AIDS care and treatment, working with organization clinicians and health facility-based site teams to implement care and treatment services especially in adult.
    • The job holder will build the capacity of facility personnel to better implement their role in the technical planning, management and evaluation of clinical issues related to a functional adolescent program.
    • Develop and implement a pediatrics transition program from infected children through adolescence to adult to improve pediatrics retention, positive adjustment and better quality of life.
    • Review of program data to identify hotspots to optimize HCT in adolescent and young women to increase yield.
    • Any other duties assigned.

    Minimum Recruitment Standard

    • Degree in Medicine, Public Health, or a related field. Advanced medical degree (MD preferred).
    • At least 3 years’ experience with a minimum of two years in pediatric HIV/AIDS care.
    • Excellent grasp of clinical issues and current literature in HIV/AIDS treatment.
    • Experience in clinical management of pediatrics HIV/AIDS cases and fellowship in Pediatrics will be an added advantage.

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    Senior Technical Advisor – AP3 Program

    Job Description

    • Will be responsible for providing technical coordination and support to all HIV-related prevention, care and treatment activities for children, pregnant and breastfeeding women including viral load scale-up as well as viral suppression strategies, treatment optimization and monitoring/management of treatment failure.
    • Provide thought leadership and help lead strategy development for pediatric HIV and PMTCT, continually identifying new opportunities for ACE-5 to add value and maximize impact.
    • Support state-level implementation of a high degree of integration, collaboration and communication among PMTCT, Pediatrics and OVC programs to rapidly close the pediatric treatment gap.
    • Support the generation, transmission and triangulation of paediatrics, Adolescent, PMTCT and OVC-related data across program areas.
    • Support the state teams and SASCP to establish and operate the PMTCT/Pediatric Surge Incident Command System.
    • Support pediatric HIV and PMTCT work plan operations, collaborating closely with other thematic leads and program units.
    • Build the capacity of the State technical teams and HCWs to scale up community PMTCT services using the hub and spoke approach in line with PEPFAR’s AP3 and other innovative strategies.
    • Support the use of QI initiatives to address pediatric and PMTCT implementation performance gaps and quality of pediatric and PMTCT care at facility and community levels.
    • Liaise with the State Ministry of Health officials and other stakeholders in coordinating Pediatric HIV care and treatment and PMTCT programming through technical working groups, review meetings and conferences in line with approved work plans.
    • Will be responsible for rolling out differentiated service delivery models, PMTCT and pediatric care SOPs as per the national and international standards, monitoring and documenting best practices and participating in relevant technical working group meetings.
    • Support quality implementation of pediatric DSD models including family-centered groups (CARG), mother-baby pair (MBP) clinics and pediatric-specific clinics.
    • Coordinate strategies for early infant diagnosis, infant prophylaxis, and prompt ART for positive infants.
    • Participate in the development of strategic tools (SOPs, TORs, package of care) to guide pediatric and PMTCT programming.
    • Routinely attend and provide appropriate technical leadership in program meetings, executing resolutions within her/his purview as appropriate.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Minimum Recruitment Standard

    • MB.BS, MB.BCh or MD PLUS Masters in Public Health (MPH) or PhD, DrPH or similar post-graduate degree (in epidemiology, public health or related fields).
    • A minimum of 5 years of experience in the planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of large-scale HIV-related programs in resource-limited settings, with at least 1 year in a program leadership position with responsibility for PEPFAR performance objectives
    • Demonstrated technical expertise in HIV care and treatment, and excellent grasp of clinical issues and current literature in HIV treatment.
    • Prior experience in training, mentoring, and supervision of multicultural facility and community-based clinical and program teams (including institutionalization of relevant review meetings at the service delivery level).
    • Proven experience in establishing and building working relationships and collaborating with relevant stakeholders (SMOHs, HMBs, SPHCDAs, SACA, allied ministries, departments, and agencies as well as non-governmental sectors) for technical success and visibility of PEPFAR programs.
    • Ability to work independently, manage tight deadlines and deliver high volumes of work with minimal supervision.
    • Strong computer skills with competencies in MS Office Suite required.
    • Ability to interact professionally in English and oversee the production of comprehensive pro

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    Technical Advisor – Laboratory Services -Akwa Ibom

    Job Description

    • Provide technical expertise and assistance in the planning, implementing, and monitoring of high-quality laboratory services within the ECEWS ACE 5 project.
    • Provide technical support and develop quality policies, quality tools, SOPs and recommendations related to the implementation, monitoring, and quality assurance of laboratory services for HIV/AIDS, opportunistic (OI) and in collaboration with other technical staff within the ECEWS ACE 5 Project.
    • Provide technical assistance in capacity building for laboratory services at health facilities and other settings as appropriate.
    • Collaborate with partners and relevant stakeholders at all levels to implement strategies aimed at sustaining quality Laboratory service and improving service delivery at the health facilities.
    • Carry out quality control functions/activities of the labs, including quality control inspections schedules and the collection of quality control records while ensuring the availability of quality records documents.
    • Review and monitor QA and QC activities of the Laboratory in order to determine conformance with established policies, national regulations, or accreditation requirements, coordinate Proficiency testing (PT) activities and ensure PT is being done for each specialty; explore other ways of testing evaluation in the absence of PT.
    • Develop concept papers and research papers to improve and or extend existing laboratory activities.
    • Remain informed on new findings in the field of laboratory technology that relate to HIV/AIDS, OI, malaria care and treatment by reviewing current literature, and drawing implications from research for program activities.
    • With the guidance of the ECEWS Management, represent the project at relevant forums, meetings, conferences, discussions, etc. including interactions with the state and national officials, donors, and other relevant stakeholders.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Minimum Recruitment Standard

    • B.Sc in Laboratory sciences or related field with 7 - 9 years post national youth service experience and a minimum of 5 years’ experience in provision of laboratory support for HIV/AIDS. Or
    • Master’s degree in laboratory sciences or related field with 5-7 years post national youth service experience and a minimum of 5 years experience in provision of laboratory support for HIV/AIDS.
    • Knowledge of laboratory service and management issues related to the clinical management of HIV/AIDS, including ART, Opportunistic infection (OI) and malaria.
    • Knowledge of health and development programs in developing countries in general and Nigeria specifically.
    • Excellent working knowledge of laboratory equipment and techniques for the following categories of assays: HIV rapid and confirmatory testing, hematology, biochemistry, CD4/CD8, HIV viral load, HIV DNA qualitative test.
    • Thorough knowledge of QA, QC and proficiency testing concepts; the ability to apply these concepts to resolve complex conditions in laboratory and administrative settings.
    • Ability to work independently, manage tight deadlines and deliver high volumes of work with minimal supervision.
    • Strong computer skills with competencies in MS Office Suite required.
    • Ability to interact professionally in English and oversee the production of program reports.
    • Certification of license to practice as a medical laboratory scientist is required.

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    Technical Officer – Laboratory Services

    Job Description

    • Provide support in implementing and monitoring of high-quality laboratory services within the ECEWS ACE 5 project.
    • Provide direct services to recipients of care including sample, processing and analysis.
    • Provide technical support related to the laboratory services and management component of HIV/AIDS care and treatment program.
    • Provide technical assistance in capacity building for laboratory services to ECEWS ACE 5 staff and facility staff.
    • Provide technical support on laboratory quality assurance issues.
    • Carry out quality control functions/activities of the labs, including quality control inspections schedules and the collection of quality control records while ensuring the availability of quality records documents.
    • Contribute to development of lessons learned from programs and projects related to laboratory management of HIV/AIDS and liaise with Senior Technical officer to apply these lessons and modify existing program.
    • Remain informed on current programs in the field of laboratory management of HIV/AIDS and related development fields by reviewing current literature and staying alert to any implication of such experience and research for department activities as outlined by the technical supervisor.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Minimum Recruitment Standard

    • BSc in Laboratory sciences or related field with 5-7 years post national youth service experience and a minimum of 3 years’ experience in provision of laboratory support for HIV/AIDS, Or
    • Master’s degree in laboratory sciences or related field with 3-5 years post national youth service experience and a minimum of 3 years’ experience in provision of laboratory support for HIV/AIDS.
    • Knowledge of laboratory service and management issues related to the clinical management of HIV/AIDS, including ART, Opportunistic infection (OI) and malaria.
    • Excellent working knowledge of laboratory equipment and techniques for the following categories of assays: HIV rapid and confirmatory testing, hematology, biochemistry, CD4/CD8, HIV viral load, HIV DNA qualitative test.
    • Thorough knowledge of QA, QC and proficiency testing concepts; the ability to apply these concepts to resolve complex conditions in laboratory and administrative settings.
    • Ability to work independently, manage tight deadlines and deliver high volumes of work with minimal supervision.
    • Strong computer skills with competencies in MS Office Suite required.
    • Ability to interact professionally in English and oversee the production of program reports.
    • Certification of license to practice as a medical laboratory scientist is required.

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    Compliance Associate - Akwa Ibom

    Job Description

    This role will be instrumental in maintaining accurate records and ensuring adherence to USAID guidelines, organizational policies and procedures, and local laws in various areas:

    Transaction validation:

    • Transaction Testing: Under the supervision of the Compliance Officer, perform tests on financial transactions to verify their accuracy and completeness in line with organizational policies, USAID requirements, and local laws. This includes reviewing invoices, receipts, and other financial documents (i.e. vouching).
    • Internal Control Evaluation: Assist in assessing the effectiveness of internal controls of the ACE-5 program, which may involve evaluating the adequacy of segregation of duties, reviewing authorization procedures, and testing the reliability of financial reporting systems.
    • Communication and Coordination: Collaborate with the Compliance Manager to gather necessary information for addressing queries or reviewing findings within the offices. Communicate findings and recommendations to the state team and aid in the preparation of review reports for management.
    • Follow-up and Monitoring: Support in monitoring the implementation of review recommendations and tracking corrective actions taken by the state office. Conduct follow-ups on outstanding issues to ensure prompt resolution.

    Asset Management:

    • Updating the Asset Register with newly acquired, transited, or transferred assets.
    • Conducting routine verification of organizational assets at state offices.

    Vendor Assessment and Prequalification.

    • Participating in vendor assessment and prequalification in line with organizational policies.
    • Reviewing vendor documentation to ensure compliance with standard operating procedures and regulatory requirements.

    Minimum Recruitment Standard

    • BS/BA degree in Accounting, Finance and Business Administration or its recognized equivalent
    • MS/MA degree in Accounting, Finance and Business Administration or its recognized equivalent
    • CPA, ACA, ACCA, CIA, CIMA, CFE or any other relevant professional qualification
    • 4-6 years relevant experience
    • Up to 2-4 years’ experience in internal control functions
    • Demonstrated experience with U.S Government grants or other client funded programs, contracting and auditing standards as they apply to effective management of multi-year funds.
    • Knowledge of IIA’s International Professional Practices Framework is an advantage.
    • Knowledge of local and donor contractual requirements and regulations Knowledge of generally accepted accounting, budgeting and fiscal control theory and practices.
    • Budget development skills with multi funding sources and general ledger skills.
    • Relevant software skills to include automated accounting software and database spreadsheets and Management Information Systems

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    Technical Officer – PMTCT, Pediatrics & Adolescent

    Job Description

    The Technical Officer – PMTCT &Pediatrics/Adolescents is responsible for day to day support of the Health management teams (HMT) and the Health care providers in the provision of PMTCT, HIV/ AIDS care and treatment services for AYPs, pregnant and lactating women as well as their children and families

     Any other duties as performed.

    Minimum Recruitment Standard

    • BSc Nursing Officer/Higher diploma nursing/clinical medicine (RH) with 3 years of continuous HIV program implementation or diploma in nursing/clinical medicine with 5 years of continuous HIV program implementation.
    • Experience in establishing and sustaining working relationships with County’s Ministry of Health.
    • Significant and up to date knowledge of the current ART, PMTCT, TB/HIV, HTC guidelines, standards, tools and best practices.
    • Experience in HIV/AIDS care and treatment program implementation with demonstrated expertise in initiating care and treatment services in a public, faith based or private health facility.
    • Demonstrated experience in organizing and facilitating training in HIV /AIDS prevention, care and treatment areas.
    • Knowledge of PEPFAR Program reporting requirements including familiarity with the data collection and reporting tools.
    • Proficiency in computer.
    • Ability to work with limited supervision.
    • Excellent communication, interpersonal, report writing and analytical skills.
    • Dedicated team player with ability and experience to work in a multidisciplinary team.

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    OSS Clinician

    Job Description 

    The OSS Doctor will provide general care to the KP clients. The key roles of the Doctor include:

    • Working with program team to develop and/or review Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for the provision of ART services to Key Populations.
    • Provide ART services to Key Populations in line with current World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations and national guidelines both at the OSS and through mobile ART.
    • Oversee clinical HIV treatment protocols in each clinical department to reflect the needs of the target population and ensure consistency of treatment services throughout the OSS.
    • Ensure a seamless delivery of service for clients from intake through discharge at the OSS, Review and assess client treatment protocols and plans, including short- and long-term goals, review clinical records to evaluate the necessary level of client care.
    • Effectively manage and supervise other clinicians, health service providers, volunteers and case managers at the OSS as well as mobile ART teams.
    • Advise project team on national and state policies, procedures and licensing requirements and ensure compliance with all requirements and/or mandatory inspections.
    • Supervise weekly/monthly clinical staff meetings, Integrate OSS and mobile ART services with other project activities to enhance the achievement of project outcomes.
    • Provide support to the Strategic Information (SI) unit to manage data collection for service delivery to Key Populations in project communities using nationally approved tools.
    • Ensure timely submission of quality reports on monthly and quarterly basis or as required.
    • Support data analysis, interpretation and use at the OSS. Use of data at facility level for decision making towards improve service delivery at the OSS.
    • Liaise with ECEWS to use data for decision making on how to best tailor services according to the needs of the KPs.
    • Support the development of budgets and work plans for clinical services in the OSS, Provide support for prompt retirement of cash expenditure and advances.
    • Preparation of program reports.
    • Proactively seek out and report relevant opportunities, success stories, linkages or challenges that may promote clinical services for the project.
    • Carry out any assignment as assigned.

    Minimum Recruitment Standard

    • Advanced Medical Degree (MD preferred).
    • Robust clinical experience in HIV/AIDS care and antiretroviral treatment (3years + preferable).
    • Computer literacy in Microsoft applications and other software.
    • Excellent grasp of clinical issues and current literature in HIV/AIDS treatment.
    • Ability to work independently with strong problem-solving skills including the ability to foresee problems and initiate appropriate action.
    • At least 3 years of clinical experience in management of infectious disease, and of management of clinical services.
    • Experience working with the Key Populations.
    • Experience in developing country health care programs.
    • Experience in training.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills.
    • Fluency in written and spoken English.

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    Compliance Associate - Cross River

    Job Description

    This role will be instrumental in maintaining accurate records and ensuring adherence to USAID guidelines, organizational policies and procedures, and local laws in various areas:

    Transaction validation:

    • Transaction Testing: Under the supervision of the Compliance Officer, perform tests on financial transactions to verify their accuracy and completeness in line with organizational policies, USAID requirements, and local laws. This includes reviewing invoices, receipts, and other financial documents (i.e. vouching).
    • Internal Control Evaluation: Assist in assessing the effectiveness of internal controls of the ACE-5 program, which may involve evaluating the adequacy of segregation of duties, reviewing authorization procedures, and testing the reliability of financial reporting systems.
    • Communication and Coordination: Collaborate with the Compliance Manager to gather necessary information for addressing queries or reviewing findings within the offices. Communicate findings and recommendations to the state team and aid in the preparation of review reports for management.
    • Follow-up and Monitoring: Support in monitoring the implementation of review recommendations and tracking corrective actions taken by the state office. Conduct follow-ups on outstanding issues to ensure prompt resolution.

    Asset Management:

    • Updating the Asset Register with newly acquired, transited, or transferred assets.
    • Conducting routine verification of organizational assets at state offices.

    Vendor Assessment and Prequalification.

    • Participating in vendor assessment and prequalification in line with organizational policies.
    • Reviewing vendor documentation to ensure compliance with standard operating procedures and regulatory requirements.

    Minimum Recruitment Standard

    • BS/BA degree in Accounting, Finance and Business Administration or its recognized equivalent
    • MS/MA degree in Accounting, Finance and Business Administration or its recognized equivalent
    • CPA, ACA, ACCA, CIA, CIMA, CFE or any other relevant professional qualification
    • 4-6 years relevant experience
    • Up to 2-4 years’ experience in internal control functions
    • Demonstrated experience with U.S Government grants or other client funded programs, contracting and auditing standards as they apply to effective management of multi-year funds.
    • Knowledge of IIA’s International Professional Practices Framework is an advantage.
    • Knowledge of local and donor contractual requirements and regulations Knowledge of generally accepted accounting, budgeting and fiscal control theory and practices.
    • Budget development skills with multi funding sources and general ledger skills.
    • Relevant software skills to include automated accounting software and database spreadsheets and Management Information Systems

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    OVC Assistant

    Job Description 

    This person reports to the Senior Associate– OVC and will support in providing technical and programmatic support primarily in the areas of HIV prevention, Community based HIV Care & Support for Vulnerable households affected by AIDS. Any other duties as assigned.

    Minimum Recruitment Standard

    • B.Sc. in a relevant Health Degree plus a minimum of 2 years technical experience with community-level HIV Prevention, Care & Support programs.
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with government and Community Based organizations and communities as well as transfer knowledge to diverse audiences through workshops, training, and meetings using participatory methods and adult learning principles.
    • Experience in supporting HIV Testing and Counselling programs in health facilities, mobile units and community outreaches.
    • Ability to handle confidential information with discretion and make reasoned judgments in a timely fashion. Committing to a course of action without undue delay or prevarication.
    • Ability to work under pressure, efficiently handle multiple tasks, quickly find creative solutions to problems and challenges that arise and manage stress and time in a fast-paced work and fluid operating environment.
    • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Sensitivity in working with multiple cultures and beliefs, and to gender equity.
    • Proficient with Microsoft Office software: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.
    • Ability to work as a part of a team.

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