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  • Posted: Aug 15, 2022
    Deadline: Aug 29, 2022
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  • Vision. The work of the Center for Global Health Practice and Impact (CGHPI) at Georgetown University results in a world in which all countries assure conditions for achieving health equity. Mission. CGHPI serves countries to sustainably improve their population’s health and wellbeing and safeguard against health-related threats by advancing use of evidence through human-centered enterprise architecture for achievement of equity and social justice.
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    Officer, Monitoring and Evaluation

    Job Overview

    • The M&E Officer report to the Specialist Monitoring & Evaluation.
    • S/He will be responsible for designing and implementing the M&E activities of the Project; assisting the Specialist Monitoring & Evaluation in preparing Quarterly/Annual reports on project progress and will monitor the project activities on a regular basis, developing and maintaining the MIS of the Project.

    Work Interactions and conditions:

    • The M&E Officer will report to the Specialist, M&E and will work closely with project staff in the supported health facilities.
    • Requires regular visits to supported health facilities to provide technical support, mentoring and supervision. But must be able to work with very SHORT timelines that may require unplanned travels and long work hours.

    Responsibilities

    • Monitor collection, collation and reporting across facilities.
    • Provide guidance to State and facility Staff on indicators, reporting and data quality issues.
    • Conduct Direct data verification to assure internal consistency, validity and completeness of program data from health facilities.
    • Plan and participate in training programs to improve the M&E skills of staff in t facilities.
    • Support the routine use of data for decision making at supported states and facilities through gap analyses and run charts.
    • Participate in the development and periodic review of program reporting protocols.
    • Ensure compliance of facilities to reporting timelines.
    • Participate in the development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for Program Monitoring and Reporting.
    • Participate in developing matrices in line with indicator requirements
    • Generate all program reports including ad-hoc reports, routine program reports and USAID quarterly, semi-annual and annual progress reports.
    • Ensure reporting tools, standard monitoring and evaluation indicators are utilized for consistency in measurement.
    • Participate in the development of Performance Monitoring Plans and Monitoring &Evaluation
    • Participate in health system strengthening activities.
    • Generate regular gap analysis to show facilities’ progress towards achieving set targets.
    • Put in place a proper feedback mechanism for data quality of indicator reports.
    • Participate in periodic data quality assessments at health facilities, generate reports and track implementation of recommendations from the exercise.
    • Strengthen national reporting lines at supported health facilities.
    • Provide technical guidance on program indicators across all thematic units.
    • Oversee data reporting on DHIS, NDR, and other related databasese.
    • Support the use of data for program planning, evaluation, and policy advocacy.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Requirements and Qualifications

    • A University Degree in Medical Sciences (MBBS / B.Pharm.), Behavioral / Social Sciences, Public Health, Demography, Biostatistics, Statistics or any health-related relevant field. A Master’s Degree in Public Health (MPH) will be an advantage
    • Minimum of 5 years relevant experience in project-level or state/national-level monitoring and evaluation system implementation for Global Health Initiatives.
    • Must have a clear understanding of PEPFAR MER indicators and reporting frequencies
    • Must demonstrate knowledge of national and PEPFAR data capturing applications and databases (DHIS2.0, DATIM, NDR, etc.)
    • Must have experience conducting monitoring visits, utilizing checklists and other tools, including the ability to develop M&E tools as needed.
    • Proficiency in data management, analysis, visualization (using appropriate software) and interpretation of such data to inform program improvement
    • Familiarity with Nigerian public sector health systems and NGOs and CBOs is highly desirable.

    Abilities:

    • Strategic and analytical thinking skills with ability to solve problems and make decisions and able to manage multiple task and prioritize, ability to determine activities and project towards measurable goals and standard-setting in collaboration with other team members.

    Interpersonal / Individual Competencies:

    • Ability to work with other team members, flexibility, decisiveness and personal integrity
    • Professional Certification: Certification in any Healthcare quality or Monitoring and evaluation are desirable but not required.

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    Communication Associate

    Job Overview

    • The Communication Associate (CA) will support ACE 2’s communication in all areas including social media handling, written communication, and visual communication.
    • S/He will be responsible for developing quality and visually appealing presentations, content management, communication materials through graphic design and web optimization solutions.
    • S/He will support the development and implementation of internal and external communications strategies for the organization, support maintenance of social media platforms, databases (video and Photo depository), and knowledge management systems, provide support towards content development for ACE 2 and assist in the production of day-to-day content across all ACE 2’s communications platforms, focusing on the newsletter and digital content, website articles, blogs, press releases and updates and content for social media.
    • Also, s/he, in coordination with all ACE 2 projects, will develop regular communication material highlighting ACE 2’s activities and achievements and/or engagement and assist in rolling out media events such as press conferences/ media briefings, external interviews with media houses, campaigns, etc.
    • The Associate will work closely with the state teams to generate appropriate content that demonstrates ACE 2 project implementation and successes.

    Work Interactions and conditions:

    • The CA will work to be supervised by the GGHN Media and Communication specialist and will follow the stipulations of the Media/Communication and Branding and Marketing plans for the ACE 2 project.
    • The CA will interact with ACE project staff, the State stakeholders across all levels of care.

    Responsibilities

    • Based on the guidance of the Media and Communication Specialist, adapt, implement, and report on the ACE 2 Media plan in line with the branding and marketing plan
    • Work with the state ACE 2 team to develop activities that highlight and showcase the day-to-day activities and successes of the ACE 2 project.
    • Develop content (reports, pictures, videos, etc) to increase visibility and awareness of the achievements of ACE 2 in the state to that target audience and media, including fact sheets, newsletters, website/blog entries, tweets, Facebook posts, Instagram photo essays, and video campaigns for social media/broadcast and print media.
    • Monitor local media/press coverage and monitor effectiveness of the communications strategy within the state around various ACE 2 activities
    • Develop appropriately branded public information documentation and advise on state-specific events.
    • Follow up with media to ensure coverage of public events where applicable
    • Prepare schedules, briefing materials, and scene setters with the ACE team. Maintain a calendar of ACE events.

    Mode of Evaluation

    • Monthly activity program report
    • Quarterly report on activities and impact
    • Annual report on activities and impact.

    Requirements and Qualifications

    • Education: Minimum of OND in Mass Communications, Graphic Design, Information Technology, Computer Science, or other related degree.
    • Experience: 2 years of experience working in a similar role with an International or Local NGO is preferred.
    • Skills: Good communication skills both written and spoken in English and Hausa
    • Specialized knowledge: Ability to use a camera to capture video and pictures, ability to use various tools to manage social media, a basic understanding of graphic designing tools, and ability to use various tools to manage social media
    • Interpersonal/Individual Competencies: Ability to build and maintain relations with multiple stakeholders, ability to work well on a team.

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    Pharmacy and Supply Chain Specialist

    Job Overview

    • Under the supervision of the Advisor, Pharmacy & Supply Chain Management, the incumbent will be responsible for the provision of technical guidance on pharmacy and supply chain-related activities to assigned clusters in the state.
    • The job holder will ensure and support the effective communication and documentation of all Pharmacy and Supply Chain Management activities including pharmacy-related improvements and recommendations identified during site visits.
    • S/he will conduct site visits and meeting with relevant stakeholders and will prepare monthly summary reports of all pharmacy and supply chain activities in the state and submit to the Technical Advisor, Pharmacy & Supply Chain Management.

    Responsibilities

    • Contribute to Monthly and bi-monthly program reports on Pharmacy and Supply Chain activities
    • Maintain a state Pharmaceutical and Supply Chain issues register
    • Monitor and collate adverse drug reaction reports in the assigned state.
    • Mentor staff on Pharmacy and Supply Chain activities at the state level
    • Participate in developing and updating Pharmacy and Supply Chain training manuals.
    • Review last-mile distribution schedule for all facilities in assigned states
    • Act as a resource on all Pharmaceutical and Supply chain issues in the assigned state.
    • Strengthen Pharmaceutical care practices in assigned state
    • Implement state-level monitoring, service quality governance, and reporting of CPARP, CARC, and other DSD models
    • Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with Procurement and Supply Management (PSM), GON at the state level.
    • Collaborate with the State LMCU to promote and oversee an integrated approach to the supply chain management of health commodities
    • Monitor distributor performance to assess the ability to meet quality and delivery requirements.
    • Participate in capacity-building activities for Pharmacy focal staff.
    • Monitor reporting rates and timeliness of reporting for facilities in the assigned state.
    • Monitor emergency order rates for health facilities.
    • Perform any other duties assigned.

    Requirements
    Education:

    • A primary Degree in Pharmacy plus an advanced Degree in Pharmacy, Public Health, Supply Chain Management, or another related field. Certificate in Logistics Management of Health Commodities or its equivalent

    Prior Work Experience:

    • Three (3) - Five (5) years of mandatory knowledge and experience in the implementation and management of pharmacy and supply chain management services in HIV/AIDS program.

    Job Knowledge:

    • Provide technical support to service delivery points in ensuring best practices in health commodities commodity management In-depth professional knowledge of development principles, concepts, and practices, especially as they relate to the assignment is required.
    • This includes a thorough knowledge of pharmaceutical and supply chain management issues in Nigeria and the approaches to address them.
    • The job holder should have knowledge of the country's government health care system and structures including familiarity with Ministry of Health policies, program priorities, and regulations.
    • Solid working knowledge of management techniques to plan, organize and direct multi-disciplinary project teams and activities is critical to the success of this position

    Skills and Abilities:

    • Strong written and oral communication skills are required.
    • Must possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships and an extensive range of contacts with donors, other Implementing Partners, Ministry of Health officials, and non-governmental organization counterparts.
    • Must possess high-quality analytical skills and the ability to assess ongoing public health interventions to evaluate their efficiency in relation to significant economic, political, and social trends in Nigeria.
    • Ability to plan, organize, manage, and evaluate important and complex projects.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to work in a team environment are also required.

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    Advisor Pharmacy & Supply Chain

    Job Overview

    • The incumbent will Support / Lead the overall planning, implementation, and delivery of high-quality supply chain management and pharmaceutical care, pharmacovigilance, and differentiated service delivery services as well as the implementation of an efficient health commodity logistics system for the ACE project in accordance with donor requirements and stipulated guidelines of the Federal Government of Nigeria.
    • S/he will oversee the inventory management and mitigation of medication shortages by leveraging technology and predictive ordering processes

    Responsibilities

    • Provide supportive supervision, capacity building, and mentorship to the health supply chain team
    • Coordinate the activities and functions of the health supply chain team to ensure an uninterrupted supply of commodities required on the NPHIIA grant
    • Organize and conduct training of program staff on logistics management and pharmaceutical management.
    • Forecast commodity needs for the program
    • Develop and maintain systems and mechanisms for the acquisition and delivery of health and non-health commodities that are most appropriate to the needs of the Nigeria NPHIIA Program and field staff.
    • Support the health Supply chain specialists to implement best practices in commodity management (e.g. storage, inventory management, waste drive, etc.) of health commodities and other related improvements and recommendations identified during assessments.
    • Responsible for developing, maintaining, and improving a logistics management information system and an electronic inventory control system of stocking and tracking commodities.
    • Responsible for designing coordinated systems for the transportation of health commodities, reporting, and forecasting delivery times and performance analysis to reduce stock-outs, eliminate wastes and lower costs.
    • Support the generation of harmonized LMDs, tracking of order status, stock status analysis, and post-gap analysis for all supported states
    • Responsible for directing outgoing or incoming health commodities distribution activities of the ACE project; ensuring health commodities or supplies are shipped, distributed, or received in an efficient manner and that all required inventory checks are conducted, and all variances reconciled.
    • Support the provision of technical support in strengthening pharmacy systems and pharmacists’ capacity on pharmacy best practices and quality pharmaceutical care in the areas of PMTCT, ART, TB care, and reproductive health including ensuring drug inventory management across supported sites.
    • Support the state-level implementation, monitoring, service quality governance, and reporting of CPARP, CARC, and other DSD models.
    • Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with Procurement and Supply Management (PSM) and GON at the national level
    • Coordinate the pharmaceutical care and pharmacovigilance aspects of the HIV care and treatment program.
    • Prepare periodic narrative/reports to be submitted to key stakeholders.
    • Support and advise the line manager on all Pharmaceutical and supply chain issues and perform other relevant duties as assigned by the line manager.
    • Perform any other duties assigned.

    Requirements
    Education:

    • Minimum of Master’s Degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Supply Chain Management, or Public Health is required

    Prior Work Experience:

    • Demonstrated experience working with USAID/PEPFAR programs and strong familiarity with USAID reporting requirements.
    • Minimum of five - seven years of substantive and progressively responsible professional experience working in the pharmaceutical supply chain, HIV/AIDS commodity, and logistics management.
    • Supply chain experience working with the Government of Nigeria at the national, state, and/or facility level is required

    Job Knowledge:

    • In-depth professional knowledge of development principles, concepts, and practices, especially as they relate to the assignment is required. This includes a thorough knowledge of pharmaceutical and supply chain management issues in Nigeria and the approaches to address them.
    • The job holder should have knowledge of the country's government health care system and structures including familiarity with Ministry of Health policies, program priorities, and regulations.
    • Solid working knowledge of management techniques to plan, organize and direct multi-disciplinary project teams and activities is critical to the success of this position

    Skills and Abilities:

    • Strong written and oral communication skills are required. Must possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships and an extensive range of contacts with donors, other Implementing Partners, Ministry of Health officials, and non-governmental organization counterparts.
    • Must possess high-quality analytical skills and the ability to assess ongoing public health interventions to evaluate their efficiency in relation to significant economic, political, and social trends in Nigeria.
    • Ability to plan, organize, manage, and evaluate important and complex projects.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to work in a team environment are also required.

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    Health Informatics Officer (IT Support)

    Job Overview

    • The health informatics officer will report to the state health informatics officer. The role will serve primarily as the state office IT support personnel, ensuring smooth functionality of staff IT work tools such as Laptops, printers, and, internet equipment.
    • The role will also work to ensure the smooth running of all IT equipment deployed at supported facilities in the state such as computers laptops, network gadgets, and solar and inverter systems.

    Work Interactions and conditions:

    • The health informatics assistant will report to the state health informatics specialist who leads all the health informatics efforts in the state.
    • Requires frequent travels within the state to provide technical assistance to the health facilities and to the state office.

    Responsibilities
    Health informatics and Software management:

    • Offer daily operations and systems support to personnel work tools such as laptops, phones, etc.
    • Ensure smooth functionality of office IT equipment such as network systems, servers, and printers.
    • Ensure smooth functioning of all IT equipment such as network systems, servers, computers, and laptops deployed at all supported sites.
    • Verify functionality of hardware and software components
    • Carryout Installation, periodic maintenance, and repair of IT systems
    • Other duties as required and assigned by the health informatics specialist or the state team lead.

    Requirements and Qualifications

    • Education: Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or similar technical discipline, or equivalent demonstrable experience
    • Experience: Minimum of 1 year experience in HIV programming and PEPFAR program supporting health facilities. Proficient use of the MS office package and ability to basic data analysis.
    • Specialized knowledge: basic knowledge in the use of LAMIS EMR (or other electronic medical record systems EMR) and DHIS2, Databases such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server. Comfortable working on Linux and Windows environments, having basic Networking and Computer hardware troubleshooting.
    • Skills: strong organizational and time management skills, ability to communicate effectively and engage fellow team members and staff, mentorship, and leadership abilities.
    • Abilities: Strategic and analytical thinking skills with the ability to solve problems and make decisions and able to manage multiple tasks, ability to work with other team members, flexibility, decisiveness, and personal integrity.
    • Professional Certification: Certification in any Healthcare quality or monitoring and evaluation are desirable but not required.

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    Care and Support Specialist

    Job Description

    • HIV care and support specialists will be responsible for HIV care and support services. S/he will coordinate with other stakeholders to ensure enrollment and provision of requisite services to all enrolled HIV sub-populations.
    • S/he will ensure HIV care and service provision at the facility and community and level is designed to demonstrate attribution to the 95:95:95 epidemic control goal.

    Responsibilities

    • Serves as the thematic areas focal person for TB/HIV, Adult ART, or Pediatrics & Adolescent care in their designated state
    • Works with the clinical specialist and cluster lead to effective design care and support strategies for all sites and communities within the cluster, such as
      • Mentoring of healthcare workers on HIV Care & Support services
      • ART service delivery at all sites
      • Effective appointment and tracking systems
      • Effective Differentiate service delivery models
      • Effective retention strategies
      • Effective management of comorbidities
      • VL management
    • Supervises the care & support officers & associates within their assigned clusters
    • Monitors and coordinates the daily patient care activities of the unit; schedules staff and patients always to ensure complete coverage of patient care needs and provide adequate patient services.
    • S / he is to provide technical guidance to ACE partner CSOs in the implementation of technical program activities for community-based HIV Care and Support
    • Provides triage advice and guidance to physicians and staff referring patients to the clinic; oversees patient evaluation and treatment decisions.
    • S / he will collaborate closely with the ACE team to roll out and implement an integrated and holistic community-based response to HIV / AIDs towards scaling up access to HIV prevention and care services
    • Provide technical input for developing strategies, design, and implementation of HIV Prevention / Care & Support activities; ensure activities improve access to HIV prevention and care services amongst project beneficiaries.
    • Coordinates services with other patient care units as required; maintains communication with allied services; and maintains community liaison as appropriate.
    • Direct CSOs towards overall technical quality - including adherence to technical standards, best practices, and donor guidelines for all HIV Prevention Care & Support activities of the project.
    • Support strategies towards ensuring that project activities are built on solid behavior change principles and build the capacity of CSOs and relevant GON staff in effective implementation and monitoring.
    • Work closely with the SMOH, SACA, and HIV TWGs in the state in identifying and capitalizing on leverage points for improved linkages and referral coordination at the community level and integration of HIV prevention care & support elements into ACE project activities
    • Oversees and provides direct nursing evaluation and/or other related care and consultation to patients as required.
    • Ensures proper care in the use and maintenance of equipment and supplies; promotes continuous improvement of workplace safety and environmental practices.

    Requirements and Qualifications

    • A Bachelor's Degree in Nursing with a minimum of 5 years relevant experience in implementing HIV Prevention, Care and Support programs. A master in a health related discipline is an added advantage
    • Experience in supporting HIV Testing and Counselling programs in health facilities, mobile units, and community outreaches
    • Good knowledge of Government of Nigeria HIV Care and Treatment guidelines and experience working with Ministry of Health and other relevant entitle

    Skills:

    • Excellent oral and written communication skills are required.
    • Proficient use of Microsoft office for documenting and reporting
    • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively work with a wide range of individuals and constituencies in a diverse community
    • Advanced nursing, management and supervision skills
    • Fluency in English and local language.

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    Health Informatics Assistant

    Job Overview

    • The health informatics officer will report to the state health informatics officer and will work directly with supported facilities in the state to ensure the smooth running of all electronic health information systems deployed toward meeting the Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning requirements of the state office.
    • The role will proactively work with the MEL staff & electronic data clerks at the assigned facility, in providing solutions to IT challenges, systems troubleshooting, and escalation.
    • The role will be responsible for deploying and implementing any IT solutions targeted at the facility.

    Work Interactions and conditions:

    • The health informatics officer will report to the state health informatics officer.
    • Requires frequent travels within the state to provide technical assistance to the health facilities and to the state office.

    Responsibilities
    Health informatics and Software management:

    • Support in the update of the LAMIS Module at the facility.
    • Assist in the generation of routine reports from the EMR at the facility.
    • Assist in routine NDR data upload and GGHN DHIS2 instance.
    • Ensure routine backup of EMR Database from various facilities.
    • Other duties as required and assigned by the health informatics Officer.

    Requirements and Qualifications

    • Education: Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or similar technical discipline; or, equivalent demonstrable experience
    • Experience: Minimum of 1 year experience in HIV programming and PEPFAR program supporting health facilities. Proficient use of the MS office package and ability to basic data analysis.
    • Specialized knowledge: proficient in the use of LAMIS EMR and DHIS2, Database engines such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server. Comfortable working on Linux and Windows environments, having basic Networking and Computer hardware troubleshooting. Proficient in the use of at least one analytic tool (Tableau, Microsoft Power BI, SPSS, STATA, etc.)
    • Skills: strong organizational and time management skills, ability to communicate effectively and engage fellow team members and staff, mentorship, and leadership abilities.
    • Abilities: Strategic and analytical thinking skills with the ability to solve problems and make decisions and able to manage multiple tasks, ability to work with other team members, flexibility, decisiveness, and personal integrity.
    • Professional Certification: Certification in any Healthcare quality or monitoring and evaluation are desirable but not required.

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    Officer, Quality Improvement

    Job Overview

    • The Quality Improvement (QI) Officer will drive Quality Improvement initiatives in supported health facilities and communities.
    • S/he will be responsible for providing direct support for onsite teams including adaptation, capacity building, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of quality improvement initiatives utilizing QI methodologies for improved delivery of quality HIV prevention, care & treatment services.
    • S/he will ensure that functional QI teams are in place and consistently review available data that informs action planning to ensure onsite activities are on track to achieving the program’s 95:95:95 goal.

    Work Interactions and conditions

    • The Quality Improvement Officer will report to the QI specialist and will work closely with onsite QI focal persons/teams/committees in the health facilities and communities.
    • This position requires regular visits to supported health facilities and communities to provide technical support, mentoring and supervision. Candidates must be able to work with very SHORT timelines that may require unplanned travels and long work hours.

    Responsibilities

    • Lead efforts to conduct site-specific assessments of quality improvement capacity and plan QI start-up activities.
    • Engage, identify and establish structures for delivering QI activities at the facility and community level, including QI focal persons, QI teams, QI committees, QI champions, QI meetings and QI bulletins, QI dashboards, Quality management systems
    • Ensure the development of an annual quality management plan that describes the overarching purpose of the facility’s quality program to include the infrastructure required to support improvement activities, and the goal for the year.
    • Be responsible for day-to-day implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of QI initiatives in supported sites through active collaboration with the designated focal persons in the site and community.
    • Build capacity of all staff in QI to integrate QI principles into their work and facilitate implementation of quality improvement activities,
    • Coach facility QI teams to institutionalize and routinely update paper and digital dashboards to visualize outputs and outcomes of QI projects initiated to optimize program performance.
    • Deliver face-to-face and virtual training and workshops sessions, on-site QI coaching, and evaluate training sessions, workshops, webinars, and other training projects.
    • Oversees QI related activities and ensure systematic use of QI principles during the implementation of the project
    • In collaboration with other staff, participate in conducting routine review of data information and data for program quality with M&E, other technical program officers, and operations staff where needed; so that all stakeholders know how effective the program is and what are the areas that need more support and focus
    • Coordinate analysis of QI data; provide QI feedback to health facilities; and attend all QI meetings.
    • Ensure that regular quality improvement meetings take place at site-level (reviewing data, flow charts, and setting/following up action plans through PDSA cycles) to strengthen program implementation
    • Routinely attend and provide appropriate technical leadership in program meetings, executing resolutions within her/his purview; Support site-level QI assessments, projects, and collaboratives.
    • Track the availability and routine use of QI related tools and charts in supported facilities.
    • Work closely with the State Ministry of Health and other relevant Stakeholders to strengthen State capacity for Quality Improvement, Supportive Supervision and Training.
    • Carry out any other QI-related tasks as may be assigned.

    Requirements and Qualifications

    • A University Degree in Medical Sciences (MBBS / B.Pharm.), Behavioral / Social Sciences, Public Health, Demography, Biostatistics, Statistics or any health-related relevant field. A Master’s Degree in Public Health (MPH) will be an advantage
    • 3-5 years of relevant experience leading quality improvement and demonstrated knowledge in designing and implementing quality improvement activities for public health programs
    • Working knowledge and familiarity with USG-funded and/or other global health donor evaluation policies and practices
    • Strong technical skills, including experience in strategic planning and performance measurement, performance evaluations for improvement, and developing performance monitoring plans
    • Experience with both quantitative and qualitative methodologies
    • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and meet time-sensitive deadlines
    • Previous experience in capacity development, stakeholder engagement and program management.
    • Previous experience working in HIV program
    • Comfortable with a team approach to programming and the ability to manage several major activities simultaneously.
    • Proficiency in word processing, Microsoft Offices
    • Willingness to travel within Nigeria and especially within Kano, Jigawa and Bauchi States
    • Abilities: Strategic and analytical thinking skills with the ability to solve problems and make decisions and able to manage multiple task and prioritize, ability to determine activities and project towards measurable goals and standard-setting in collaboration with other team members.
    • Interpersonal/Individual Competencies: Must be cool, calm and collected with the ability to work with other team members, flexibility, decisiveness and personal integrity
    • Professional Certification: Certification in any Healthcare quality are desirable but not required.

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    Specialist, Quality Improvement

    Job Overview

    • The quality improvement specialist will work with Advisor Quality Improvement.
    • S/he will conduct QI baseline review and develop tailored HIV QI improvement, implementation, and monitoring plans.
    • S/he will work with project staff to institutionalize Data Demand Information Use for patient services improvement and policymaking.

    Work Interactions and conditions:

    • The QI specialist will report to the Advisor, QI and will work closely with other team leads based in the state Offices, Facility and Community.
    • This position requires regular visits to supported health facilities to provide technical support, mentoring and supervision. But must be able to work with very SHORT timelines that may require unplanned travels and long work hours.

    Responsibilities

    • Adapt and use QI initiatives currently being used and assess the Quality of Care of services including the identification of gaps and potential drivers and barriers for health care providers in improving quality of services.
    • Lead the design, planning, implementation, monitoring, documentation including analysis and visualization and dissemination of QI activities in the state.
    • Lead the development of the improvement monitoring system, in coordination with the M&E officer(s) to ensure collection of comprehensive monitoring data for facility and community-based quality indicators and develop responsive programmatic activities or course correction.
    • Integrate the use of QI into the project activities so that it is not implemented in silo from other activities that have the potential/objective to improve service quality (training, supervision, etc.)
    • Contribute content on improvement activities and participate in the development of work plans, quarterly and annual reports, financial reports, and any other reports required by USAID.
    • Provide technical support in developing remediation plans and tracking results of progress to support decision-making and strengthening monitoring of key performance indicators by USAID.
    • Work closely with the QI Advisor to develop and maintain strong working relationships with MOHs, State GoN agencies, LGA and health facility stakeholders and involve them in the QI process.
    • Collect data, review and ensure quality as related to QI activities.
    • Provide onsite support and mentoring to selected project sites in the state for quality improvement activities.

    Requirements and Qualifications

    • A University Degree in Medical Sciences (MBBS / B.Pharm.), Behavioral / Social Sciences, Public Health, Demography, Biostatistics, Statistics or any health-related relevant field. A Master’s Degree in Public Health (MPH) will be an advantage
    • At least 5 years of relevant experience leading quality improvement and demonstrated knowledge in designing and implementing quality improvement activities for public health programs
    • Working knowledge and familiarity with USG-funded and/or other global health donor evaluation policies and practices
    • Strong technical skills, including experience in strategic planning and performance measurement, performance evaluations for improvement, and developing performance monitoring plans
    • Experience with both quantitative and qualitative methodologies
    • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and meet time-sensitive deadlines
    • Previous experience in capacity development, stakeholder engagement and program management.
    • Previous experience working in HIV program
    • Comfortable with a team approach to programming and the ability to manage several major activities simultaneously.
    • Proficiency in word processing, Microsoft Office
    • Willingness to travel within Nigeria and especially within Kano, Jigawa and Bauchi States

    Abilities:

    • Strategic and analytical thinking skills with the ability to solve problems and make decisions and able to manage multiple tasks and prioritize, ability to determine activities and project towards measurable goals and standard-setting in collaboration with other team members.

    Interpersonal/Individual Competencies:

    • Must be cool, calm and collected with ability to work with other team members, flexibility, decisiveness and personal integrity

    Professional Certification:

    • Certification in any Healthcare quality are desirable but not required.

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    Logistics and Admin Officer

    Job Overview

    • The administration/logistics officer will ensure smooth day-to-day office management including general office cleanliness, arrangement and organization will assist the administrative manager in keeping office records; act as the initial point of contact by responding to inquiries and requests or directing as appropriate to those who need assistance.
    • Basic troubleshooting and logging of all office requests. S/He will ensure a safe and efficient operation of the vehicle fleet. Ensure updates and publishing of drivers’ monthly schedules and trip plans throughout the year. Maintain adequate vehicle logs to determine mileage, vehicle history, and maintenance requirements of each vehicle.
    • S/he will assist when needed in the preparation of car/travel routes. Conduct basic troubleshooting of all internet and computer-related problems. An administration officer also acts to manage the store, receive, and document all procured items and maintain distribution and utilization records.

    Responsibilities

    • The Logistics Officer will be responsible for the setup and regular running of the operational base.
    • H/She manages the operational teams (logistics, warehousing, office assistants, and drivers)
    • He liaises with the third-party facility managers to ensure adequate, security, cleaning, and maintenance of the office infrastructures.
    • He coordinates administrative, HR, and program support activities at the operational base and ensures proper setup/rehabilitation/running of office premises.
    • Ensures that GGHN Log procedures and respective donor regulations applicable to projects are adhered to.
    • Ensures the proper functioning of the supply chain including office consumables procurement planning and forecast, receives purchased goods, and services, and ensures their transportation and adequate storage,
    • Coordinate maintenance of the fleet evaluates vehicle log books and ensures the proper use of GGHN equipment
    • Assesses and ensures the functioning of the internet access and communication facilities and logs complaints to the IT support staff where necessary.
    • Responsible for management of training venues and coordination of participants’ logistics.
    • Serves as organization focal person for hotel and catering service provisions
    • Other Duties assigned.

    Requirements and Qualifications

    • HND / BSc Business Administration or any related social science.
    • At least 2 years post-graduation.

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    Health Informatics Specialist

    Job Overview

    • The health informatics specialist will lead the development, deployment, and implementation of all health information system efforts in their state. The health informatics advisor will assist the overall state team in the data use effort. The role will ensure that all electronic health systems deployed meets the intended reporting and data needs of the donor.

    Work Interactions and Conditions

    • The health informatics advisor will report to the Health Informatics Advisor and state team lead. The role will be required to undertake frequent travels to the facilities and country HQ offices in Abuja and interact with different stakeholders both at the government or other implementing partner level.

    Responsibilities
    Health Informatics and Software Management:

    • Participate in developing software solutions by generating user requirements, source code contribution, testing/piloting, and eventual implementation at the facility level.
    • Ensure that the LAMIS EMR is fully supported and in use, in all facilities and at all times.
    • Work together with health informatics officers to ensure consistent upload of data to the NDR at all times.
    • Provide technical support for the design and content development for electronic information systems useful for M & E data needs
    • Ensure that all software systems deployed at all levels in the states are done according to established standards and procedures.
    • Ensure that the software and database tools developed meets the intended reporting and data output requirements for GGHN, and donors
    • Provide technical assistance for the development and implementation of a systematic data analysis process of data outputs from the electronic information systems.
    • Generate new knowledge based on current systems challenges, gaps in patient management workflow, M&E data need
    • Coordinate and supervise the deployment of the electronic information systems.
    • Conduct routine assessments of health informatics environments and provide.
    • Oversee and perform routine monitoring visits to project sites operating electronic information systems.
    • Define plans for standardizing, scaling and enhancing our products and the services utilized to deploy/install/release those products
    • Investigate, analyse and make recommendations to Health informatics advisor regarding technology improvements, upgrades, and modifications.
    • Maintains database performance by calculating optimum values for database parameters; implementing new releases; completing maintenance requirements; evaluating computer operating systems and hardware products.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Requirements and Qualifications
    Education:

    • Advanced Degree in Health Information Management, Information management
    • A project management certificate will be an added advantage.

    Experience:

    • Minimum of 5 to 7 years of experience in HIV / PEPFAR program, developing and implementing health information systems. Understanding of HIV AIDS performance indicators and reporting processes. Knowledge of monitoring and evaluation processes will be an added advantage.

    Specialized / Core Knowledge:

    • Proficient in implementation, supporting, and use of LAMIS EMR, DHIS2, NOMIS. Experience managing other EMR platforms will be added advantage.
    • Experience in designing and developing software systems that scale using any of the following Python, Java, Dotnet core (C#).
    • Advance experience in managing MySQL, PostgreSQL, MS SQL database engines. Good understanding of software development life cycle.
    • General knowledge in hardware troubleshooting and basic networking.
    • Experience in deploying and maintaining popular public health products such as ODK collect, Redcap, etc. Overall knowledge of current trends in information technology systems.
    • Comfortable working in Linux and Windows environments. Must be knowledgeable in at least one data analytic and visualization tool such as Tableau, Microsoft Power BI, Arc GIS, SPSS, etc.

    Abilities:

    • Strategic and analytical thinking skills with the ability to solve problems and make decisions and able to manage multiple tasks and prioritize, ability to determine activities and projects towards measurable goals, and standard-setting in collaboration with other team members.

    Interpersonal Competencies:

    • Ability to work with other team members, flexibility, decisiveness, and personal integrity.

    Professional Certification:

    • IT Certification in any programming language, Database systems, project management will be an added advantage

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    Officer, HTS and Linkage

    Job Overview

    • HTS and linkage officer will closely with the state program implementation team to strengthen linkage services to ART, PrEP, and other prevention services in facilities.
    • In line with national guidelines, they will enhance referral between facilities and communities and innovative strategies to strengthen referral between facility and communities based on HTS points.

    Work Interactions and conditions:

    • This job requires data review and analysis with high expectations for timeliness and accuracy

    Responsibilities

    • Strengthen linkages between community and facilities
    • Link newly diagnosed HIV positive people to a facility for ART initiation
    • Ensure quality improvement processes to strengthen approaches to linkage
    • Strengthen good working relationships with other implementing partners and stakeholders
    • Work with facilities to strengthen systems that will facilitate tracing of defaulters in conjunction with community health workers and enhance linkage into care of patients
    • Serve as point of contact between the community and facility
    • Work with Department of Health (DOH) facility staff and other PEPFER IP to address barriers of Antiretroviral (ART) initiation
    • Daily review of HTS register to ensure that clients are tracked for ART initiation
    • Ensure that facilities conduct data collection, collation, and verification regarding linkage
    • Coordinate community and facility-based HTS in the assigned state
    • Document patients who have transferred out of the facility
    • Participate in facility scheduled (e.g bi-weekly and monthly) review meetings
    • Participate in the data analysis of facility targets, indicators, cascade, etc

    Mode of Evaluation:

    • Monthly activity program report
    • Site activity report
    • Training report
    • Concept paper for innovation on prevention services.

    Requirements and Qualifications

    • Education: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in public health, health sciences or related health, medical or social sciences; Master’s in Public health preferred
    • Experience: 2+ years of experience in HIV and TB screening, counseling, testing, and linkage
    • Specialized knowledge: knowledgeable in HIV/AIDS, TB, and STI or National HTS guidelines
    • Experience as a community health facilitator or other HIV and TB program implementation (notably linkage to care and retention of clients in care) is desirable
    • Skills: Proficient in excel, word processing. Strong written and oral communications skills
    • Abilities: Strategic and analytical thinking skills, Problem-solving, multi-tasking, and prioritizing
    • Interpersonal/Individual Competencies: the ability to build and maintain relations with multiple stakeholders, strong work ethic, decisiveness, and personal integrity.

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    Specialist, HTS and linkage

    Job Overview

    • The HTS and linkage specialist will work with thematic lead to provide optimum HTS services and strengthen linkage to ART and other prevention services.
    • S/he will be responsible for strategizing on case identification, treatment initiation, and retention for improved patient outcomes.
    • S/he will work with health facilities communities and other state actors to strengthen HTS testing services and linkage within the assigned location

    Work Interactions and conditions:

    • HTS and linkage Specialist will work closely with the M&E officer, clinical care, and community care teams and with other CGHPI program implementation teams based in the state.
    • This job requires data review and analysis with high expectations for timeliness and Accuracy.

    Responsibilities

    • Lead the coordination of community and facility-based HTS for targeted populations in the assigned state
    • Establish and Strengthen referral linkages between community and facility-based HTS, GBV, and PrEP
    • Collaborate with state reference laboratories to strengthen proficiency testing and other diagnostic quality assurance
    • Ensure HIV testing is provided to priority populations according to the national HIV testing protocols and guidelines
    • Develop and implement strategies to improve HTS services with other actors
    • Collaborate and lead evidence-based surge HTS services
    • Participate in the development of M&E prevention tools relating to HIV testing at facilities and communities
    • Coordinate mapping of community and facility services including SPOKE, PMTCT site, and the development of referral directories
    • Work to coordinate training for providers on HTS, PNS, IPV, adherence counseling, and behavioral change
    • Ensure that monthly program activity reports are produced and submitted timely for data triangulation with the M&E unit on the project
    • Strengthen good working relationship with other implementing partners and stakeholders
    • Work to ensure HIV testing is provided to priority populations according to the national HIV testing protocols and guidelines
    • Perform any other duties assigned by the team lead.

    Requirements and Qualifications

    • Education: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in Public Health, Health Sciences or related health, Medical or Social Sciences; Master’s in Public Health preferred.
    • Experience: 3+ years of experience in design and implementation of HIV testing services for community and health facilities under PEPFAR/USAID supported programs
    • Specialized knowledge: Certificate in HTS algorithm, PITC, VTC, etc.; Knowledgeable in facility and community-based HTS including index testing, HIV self-testing, and recency testing including driving SURGE level access to HTS services
    • Skills: Proficient in excel, word processing. Strong written and oral communications skills, ability to interpret epidemiological and public health data
    • Interpersonal/Individual Competencies: the ability to build and maintain relations with multiple stakeholders, strong work ethic, decisiveness, and personal integrity

    Mode of Evaluation:

    • Monthly activity program report
    • Site activity report
    • Training report
    • Concept paper for innovation on prevention services

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    Specialist PMTCT (Nurse)

    Job Overview

    • PMTCT Specialist will work with the state program implementing team to strengthen PMTCT services at facilities and communities for pregnant, lactating women, and infants.
    • S/he will ensure that HIV-positive women are identified for enrollment, adherence, treatment, and follow-up.
    • S/he will adhere to the national guidelines on PMTCT services for optimal patient outcome

    Responsibilities

    • Strengthen HIV services across the clinical cascade for pregnant, breastfeeding mothers and HIV exposed infants by incorporating PMTCT services with antenatal, neonatal, postpartum, and child health services
    • Link pregnant and breastfeeding women to appropriate services such as OVC and DREAMS
    • Provide counseling services for pregnant women and their partners and test for HIV in PMTCT services
    • As part of the routine index testing and partner notification services, provide PrEP or Link HIV uninfected pregnant and breastfeeding women to PrEP services
    • Identify episodes of infections during pregnancy and breastfeeding by providing re-testing services for mothers’ post-ANC such as labor and delivery, postpartum FP services, MCH/Immunization clinics
    • Ensure adherence to national protocol by following up HIV positive pregnant women to prevent mother to child transmission
    • Counsel HIV positive mothers to breastfeed safely
    • Prior to the final HIV outcome, Track mother and baby receiving PMTCT services for 18 months and or 6 weeks after cessation of breastfeeding and their transition to ART clinic
    • Ensure client records are updated and accurate
    • Counsel HIV positive women on family planning (FP) and FP methods particularly for the post-partum period
    • Ensure that birth attendants and similar professionals provide ultimate safe delivery services according to national protocol whilst following up HIV positives
    • Organize educational and or information sessions at health centers or communities to create awareness on HIV transmission, services available to prevent parent to child transmission, safe sex to prevent HIV infections
    • Ensure accurate weekly, monthly data regarding PMTCT services are provided

    Mode of Evaluation:

    • Monthly activity program report
    • Site activity report
    • Training report
    • Concept paper for innovation on prevention services

    Requirements and Qualifications

    • Education: Bachelor's Degree in Nursing with full registration and current practicing license with the relevant body
    • Experience: 3+ years of experience in HIV/AIDS counseling
    • Specialized knowledge: Training acquired as PMTC counselor and/or experience in HIV counseling and testing for adults, adolescents, and children; Basic knowledge of HIV related services; knowledgeable about national PMTCT guidelines
    • Skills: Proficient in excel, word processing. Strong written and oral communications skills
    • Abilities: Strategic and analytical thinking skills, Problem-solving
    • Interpersonal/Individual Competencies: the ability to work with other team members, Self-driven and committed
    • Professional Certification: A certificate in Nursing is preferable

    Work Interactions and Conditions:

    • Ability to manage tight deadlines, and deliver a high volume of work with minimal supervision

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    Advisor, Gender & GBV

    Overview

    • The Advisor Gender & GBV will provide technical and managerial support to ensure the provision of quality HIV services including HIV testing & linkages, community-based care, and adherence support that meets the program, national and global standards while reporting all progress to the STA.
    • S/he will provide oversight and management of the program to ensure 95% or more of newly diagnosed HIV-positive clients are linked to and enrolled in treatment, track clients lost to follow-up and re-engage them in clinical care, support community-based PMTCT, adherence, and viral suppression while facilitating strong facility-community collaboration.
    • S/he will provide the support required for the effective design, development, planning, implementation, monitoring, and reporting on HIV linkage, adherence, and viral suppression service delivery strategies based on scientific evidence, innovations, and best practices.
    • S/he will be responsible for training and mentoring project staff, health care providers, and consortium partners to deliver high-quality HTS & linkage services at the facility and in the communities including providing capacity-building support for the program.

    Responsibilities

    • Coordinate the implementation and systematic integration of gender equality into strategic, technical, and operational processes including the review of the program strategies, sectoral plans, emergency preparedness, and contingency plans for ensuring integration of Gender and GBV
    • Provide technical advice to existing sectors to mainstream gender and mitigate gender-based violence by providing capacity building activities as required including the development of a Gender and GBV action plan
    • Design gender equality and gender-based violence targeted interventions
    • Engage in advocacy to address gender inequality & gender-based violence
    • Provide technical leadership, direction, and expert consultation to achieve the greatest impact for reducing gender-based violence across the program activities and deliverables in-line with the global evidence base.
    • Support the integration of best practices and evidence-based approaches to reduce GBV and improve gender equality outcomes through capacity development of program partners throughout project design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation.
    • Lead strategic work plans with clear objectives and achievement benchmarks, long-term and short-term priorities, implementation plans, financial projections, and tools for evaluation.
    • Lead and work with a diverse team of international and national coordinators, advisors and field staff, coordinating with technical counterparts at consortium partners.
    • Provide technical support to the program by planning, monitoring, and evaluating project activities; identifying technical assistance needs, and assigning Specialists and consultants as appropriate.
    • Coordination of technical team activities including technical field management.

    Requirements
    Qualifications and Experience:

    • MPH or other Advanced Degree related to Health.
    • 5 - 8 years of demonstrated experience implementing and/or providing technical assistance in gender and GBV emergencies and/or protection programs with prior experience of working on other PEPFAR funded programs
    • Excellent knowledge of the humanitarian system and gender- and GBV-related programming, inter-agency standards/guidelines, and policy issues and trends
    • Demonstrated experience of designing and implementing GBV response programming approaches across a range of humanitarian contexts, including fragile and conflict-affected areas e.g. women and girls safe spaces; case management; psychosocial support; integrated GBV and sexual and reproductive health services; cash and voucher assistance; establishing and working within systems of referral and follow-up.
    • Demonstrated experience in designing and implementing GBV risk mitigation actions.
    • Demonstrated experience in capacity building and mentoring, especially working in close collaboration with other stakeholders.
    • Proficient use of Microsoft office for documenting and reporting.
    • Familiarity with PEPFAR’s administrative, management, and reporting procedures and systems.

    Abilities:

    • Ability to apply strategic and analytic thinking to solve problems, make on the spot decisions, manage multiple tasks, and deliver timely results.
    • Ability to determine clear activities towards measurable goals and standard-setting in collaboration with other team members.
    • Ability to listen to, support, guide, coach, advise, mentor, and train non-specialists in GBV and Protection in Emergencies
    • Ability to motivate, influence, and collaborates with other team members.
    • Ability to build positive local working relationships with local communities, state officials, and other partners as required.
    • Ability to communicate in local languages.

    Skills:

    • Strong assessment, gender analysis, monitoring, evaluation, accountability, and learning skills.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office software applications.

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    Specialist Learning and Research

    Job Overview

    • Specialist Learning and Research will be responsible for assisting in the development of a monitoring system with indicators, tools, and monitoring plans to reflect the project design and ensure that GGHN is able to understand what aspects of the project's strategy is successful and what areas need to improve upon.

    Work Interactions and conditions:

    • Specialist Learning and research will report to the Advisor CLA and will work closely with other team members based in the state offices and in the field.
    • Requires travel to provide technical support, mentoring and supervision. But must be able to work with very SHORT timelines that may require unplanned travels and long work hours

    Responsibilities

    • Participate in the identification of research topics and creating research questions for the research to be undertaken by EMP
    • Designing, including, where relevant, the determination of study populations, clusters, and data sources and responsible for making informed decisions on the types of research to be carried out based on the research need.
    • In collaboration with the M&E Team collect data related to strategic learning efforts and research projects.
    • Contribute to the identification of key learning themes from new and existing projects.
    • Support research initiatives and technical assistance activities, such as assessments, for projects focused on monitoring, evaluation.
    • Prepare research sites including creating linkages with and informing.
    • relevant partners, stakeholders, and research participants on the research EMP are conducting in the district, its purpose, and its usefulness.
    • Supervise research teams during data collection exercises ensuring adherence to ethical research standards and prescribed protocols.
    • Ensure that all research-related documentation, particularly research protocols, study instruments such as questionnaires, consent forms, and ascent forms, are properly filed and secured as per the approved ethical requirements and standards.
    • Participate in research planning, progress review, and dissemination meetings as appropriate
    • Produce research process reports detailing what was done, how it was done, and the key lessons learned for donor reporting and future reference.
    • Participate in data analysis, research report writing, and dissemination as appropriate.
    • Carry out any other duties assigned to her/him by the Chief of Party or their designate.

    Requirements and Qualifications

    • A University Degree in Medicine, Pharmacy, or any Health-related field with relevant experience in managing MEL and/or research work at a program or country-level.
    • A Master’s Degree in Public Health (MPH) will be an advantage.
    • At least 5 years experience working in a research environment, managing research including research assistant’s supervision, data collection, electronic data management, and data analysis as well as research reporting.
    • Strong conceptual knowledge of theories of change, logic models, M&E and Learning Plans, data quality assurance, data utilization, and gender integration.
    • Ability to prioritize tasks in a fast-paced and changing environment.
    • Demonstrated ability to transfer knowledge to diverse audiences (capacity strengthening) through training, mentoring, and other formal and non-formal methods, using adult learning methodologies
    • Strong oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal, analytical, and training skills
    • Detail-oriented and excellent time management skills with the ability to meet deadlines and deliver required results in a timely and quality manner
    • Flexibility to work both in a team and independently
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint required.
    • Abilities: Strong background in monitoring, data capture, evaluation, and analysis of development programs, preferably initiatives funded by USAID. Ability to lead both field-based and desk research initiatives.
    • Interpersonal/Individual Competencies: ability to work with other team members, flexibility, decisiveness and personal integrity.
    • Professional Certification: Certification in any Healthcare quality or monitoring and evaluation are desirable but not required.

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    Officer, Gender and GBV

    Job Overview

    • Gender and GBV officer will work closely with the GBV advisor and other state program implementation teams to implement gender program plans in the state.
    • S/he will support the coordination of Gender and GBV related activities, provide capacity building for staff other stakeholders and collaborate with other GGHN staff.

    Work Interactions and Conditions

    • Required to work in project locations liaising and coordinating activities with community health workers, IP, local government authorities, and other state actors
    • Expected to maintain an active presence in the project location to implement GBV activities
    • Expected to travel frequently

    Responsibilities
    Case Management and Psychosocial Support:

    • Coordinate with professionals to provide psychosocial professional services to survivors of GBV
    • Work with facilities and communities to ensure safe spaces for women and girls and that case management standards and guidelines are always upheld
    • Ensure client confidentiality through the maintenance of the case management system
    • Counsel survivors of sexual assault on accessing care at support centers
    • Cultivate and maintain relations with other implementing partners, community leaders, service providers, and other state actors to ensure timely compassionate support to survivors
    • Work with health informatics team to develop and maintain a database of GBV survivors collected during case assessment and action plans
    • Ensure survivors receive timely support from service providers and community-based support groups
    • Facilitate timely access to other services for survivors in need of interagency referrals
    • Participate in psychoeducation activities, psychosocial assessment registration, and group therapy sessions at women and girls safe spaces
    • Provide weekly and monthly reports on activities
    • Carry out any other assigned tasks provided by the supervisor

    Data Management:

    • Ensure adequate and accurate data disaggregated into sex, age, disability is collected and stored
    • Analyze and interpret GBV data and advice on improvement and intervention areas
    • Conduct needs assessment for project stakeholders
    • Provide capacity building for community-based support groups on awareness creation, sharing information on referral routes to GBV survivors for long term recovery
    • Provide capacity building for service providers and other actors providing care and support to survivors

    Mode of Evaluation

    • Monthly activity program report
    • Site activity report
    • Training report

    Requirements and Qualifications

    • Education: B.Sc. in Social Studies, Counselling, and /or Psychology. Extensive work experience in place of degree will be considered
    • Experience Minimum 2 years working experience in Gender or development program
    • Specialized knowledge: knowledgeable in gender and GBV community project implementation; Expert use of at least any data management and analysis tools
    • Skills: Strong knowledge in computer applications such as MS Word and Excel, Problem-solving, Adaptability, Written and oral communications skills
    • Abilities: high motivation, Problem-solving, positive mindset, ability to multitask, Strategic and analytical thinking skills
    • Interpersonal/Individual Competencies: Strong ability to cultivate and maintain relationships with state actors, ability to work with other team members, and personal integrity.

    Method of Application

    Interested and qualified candidates should forward their CV to: kd.cghpi@gmail.com using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

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