Society for Family Health (SFH) is one of the leading public health non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in Nigeria, implementing programmes in reproductive health, HIV and AIDS prevention, and maternal and child health. SFH works in partnership with the Federal and State Governments of Nigeria, World Health Organisation, the British Department for International Development (DFID) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) among other international donors.
One of our HIV projects - SHiPS for MARPs is currently seeking an entrepreneurial, results-driven candidate for the position of Prevention Technical Advisor.
Prevention Technical Advisor – SHiPs for MARPs Project (based in Abuja HQ)
Job Reference code: ADSHiPs4MARPS-ext
This is an Assistant Director position reporting to the project’s Chief of Party. This position will lead the internalisation and dissemination of the prevention strategy and provide technical support to the CSO, Networks, Coalition Groups, relevant government/private sector partners and consortium members to develop strategic guidance for HIV prevention. S/He will provide technical oversight on field implementation of developed HIV prevention methods and application of job aids. S/He will provide technical oversight on field implementation of developed HIV prevention strategies; ensure that processes and tools for MARPs programme implementation by consortium partners are uniform in terms of contents and conformity to internal and internationally recommended standards. S/He will facilitate developing an enabling environment for MARPs intervention in the state for seamless and disruptive free programme interventions.
Interested applicants should visit our website - www.sfhnigeria.org/careers and click on the button “Login to Apply for Jobs” to apply for this position. Carefully follow the instructions provided on the website to upload your CV.During the application, ensure that you “Release” your application otherwise your application will not be complete.
These vacancies will be available for two (2) weeks from the date of this publication.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.