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  • Posted: Jan 17, 2023
    Deadline: Jan 27, 2023
  • A diplomatic mission is a group of people from one state or an international inter-governmental organisation (such as the United Nations) present in another state to represent the sending state/organisation officially in the receiving state. In practice, a diplomatic mission usually denotes the resident mission, namely the office of a country's diplomatic re...
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    Surveillance Detection Monitor

    Job holder provides security for U.S. Personnel and facilities by conducting Surveillance Detection (SD) operations as a member of a tactical team of SD personnel. SD Monitors observe, recognize and report potential surveillance and other suspicious incidents directed against U.S. Government facilities and/or personnel and initiate emergency responses to possible hostile actions, as necessary, to safeguard life and property.                                                           

    Qualifications and Evaluations


    • One (1) year of military, police, or private experience in the field of security is required.


    • Knowledge of surveillance techniques, familiarity with local pedestrian and vehicular traffic patterns and habits, awareness of cultural norms and customs is required. The position requires good working knowledge of the host city's geography and general culture. 

    Education Requirements:

    • Completion of secondary school is required.


    • This may be tested. Please specify your level of proficiency in the language listed.


    • Limited knowledge in speaking/reading/writing of English is required.  Good working knowledge in speaking/reading/writing of Igbo, Hausa or Yoruba is required.


    •  Must possess a valid Nigerian drivers license.   
    • Must be skilled in the use of communications equipment, cameras, and basic information technology systems.
    • Must provide detailed oral reports.
    • Must work independently and adapt to a wide range of threat and environmental conditions.
    • Must have good observation skills. 

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    Talent Care Coordinator

    Reporting to post’s Human Resources Officer, with guidance of the Post TalentCare Committee (TCC) and with technical support from the MED/CP/OHW Wellness Team, the TalentCare Coordinator would initiate and administer a process that coordinates the several programs related to the Department’s TalentCare initiative and provide strategic planning and initiation of a comprehensive wellness program outlined in 16 FAM 625. Job holder will help establish, maintain, and work with the Post TalentCare Committee. This position’s duties include regularly evaluating post’s specific needs and identifying resources related to TalentCare, developing a wellness plan, and implementing and monitoring the effectiveness of that plan. 

    Qualifications and Evaluations


    • At least two (2) years of professional experience including education, administration, or program management within the fields of health promotion, workplace wellness, recreation, or other allied health professions is required.


    The position requires knowledge of strategic planning, project management, program evaluation, and a basic understanding of evidence-based health promotion and wellness concepts.

    • Must demonstrate skill in the facilitation of a diverse working group of key leaders who are charged with identification, prioritization, planning, implementation, and evaluation of evidence-based and unique initiatives related to program goals.
    •  Must demonstrate skill in adapting basic concepts to changing circumstances/new developments in working with complex issues related to the overall wellbeing on the post population. 
    • Knowledge of local wellness organizations/resources to develop and organize post-specific wellness programs to meet the needs and interest of post is required. 

    Education Requirements:

    • Completion of at least two (2) years of study at University or College is required. 

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    Public Health Administrative Specialist

    The incumbent will serve as the lead person within the PEPFAR interagency teams for generating and managing data systems, evaluating program progress and generating accurate data analyses and reports to inform national policy, and respond to the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator (OGAC) reporting requirements by applying both theoretical and practical knowledge of health education, social and behavioral science, evaluation strategies, and evaluation research methodology to design and conduct monitoring and evaluation (M&E), and research activities.

    Qualifications and Evaluations


    • A minimum of five (5) years work experience managing public health or other social sector programs including three years managing an HIV/AIDS program, ideally in sub-Saharan Africa is required. Experience working in close collaboration with high-level government and other partners is required. Two years experience related to data management and analysis of HIV/AIDS and/or health programs is required.


    The incumbent must have thorough understanding of: 

    • Standard processes, procedures and policies related to PEPFAR;
    • Government of Nigeria’s policies and guidelines on HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment;
    • Nigeria’s National Strategic Plan for HIV/AIDS and its related monitoring and evaluation tools;
    • Nigeria’s Health Sector Strategic Plan;
    • National Health Management Information System and Nigeria District Health Information System
    • Nigeria’s President Comprehensive Response Plan (PCRP);
    • Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria;
    • USG/ PEPFAR program activities on HIV/AIDS; and
    • Global Fund policies, procedures and supported program activities in Nigeria.

    Education Requirements:

    • A masters degree in public health, epidemiology, social or behavioral sciences is required.

    Note: NYSC Certificate or Exemption document is required.

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    Community Liaison Office Assistant (CLO Assistant)

    The CLO Assistant is a mandatory ICASS package and as such serves all participating USG agencies at post. The CLO is a rated ICASS service provider whose base constituency includes all direct-hire employees, family members and members of household. The Lagos Community Liaison Office serves a client base of up to 180 people. The incumbent assists the Community Liaison Office in developing and maintaining key contacts and managing information that benefits the morale and welfare of the entire mission including TDYers, Long-Term Contractors and LES. Supports eight (8) areas of CLO responsibilities (Event Planning, Community Liaison, Welcome & Orientation, Guidance and Referral, Information & Resource Management, and Education Liaison) as well as the management of post programs to maintain high morale of community members.

    Qualifications and Evaluations



    • Minimum of two years of clerical or administrative experience in a management/administrative support or executive assistant role with familiarization of newsletter and other publication processing is required.


    • Good working knowledge of Consulate/Embassy organizational structure; a strong understanding or experience in newsletter design and editing; good working knowledge of event planning; and Good working knowledge of DOS policies on CLO programs are required.

    Education Requirements:

    • Completion of Secondary School or received high school diploma is required. 


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