• Several Vacancies at AIDS Prevention Initiative in Nigeria

  • Posted on: 1 November, 2012 Deadline: 15 November, 2012
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  • AIDS Prevention Initiative in Nigeria (APIN) is a non-governmental donor-funded organization dedicated to the prevention, treatment, care and support of diseases of public health importance in Nigeria, including HIV/AIDS,tuberculosis and malaria, among others. Since 2001, we have worked closely with key stakeholders to reduce the burden and mitigate the impact of those diseases through cutting edge, innovative and sustainable approaches.

    We are seeking suitably qualified candidates to assume the following positions in our Abuja, Lagos, lbadan and Jos offices:

    a. Laboratory Officer (Abuja) 
    The Laboratory Officer will be responsible for the programmatic and technical implementation of the laboratory programme. 

    Job Responsibilities 
    • Provide technical guidance and programmatic support to APIN laboratories 
    • Provide technical expertise on all clinical laboratory issues 
    • Inspect and supervise API N-supported clinical laboratory facilities 
    • Ensure that laboratory testing policies and procedures comply with current federal regulations 
    • Establish or modify procedures as needed to ensure quality and cost-effectiveness of test results 
    • Ensure quality test results by enrollment in Proficiency Testing programmes. 
    • Maintain an active quality assurance programme, document annual competency assessment of staff, and review testing results to ensure quality as well as evaluate inter-lab quality control reports 
    • Ensure good laboratory practice at aliAPIN supported sites 
    • Supervise the collection and analysis of laboratory data for programme management. 
    • Provide technical assistance to other implementing partners and Federal/State Ministries of Health 

    Qualifications and Experience 
    A Master's degree in any relevant Laboratory discipline with professional certification of either AIMLT/FIMLT is required. A minimum of 5 years post qualification experience. Previous experience working in an international development organization and managing a clinical laboratory will be added advantage. 

    Technical and Behavioural Competencies 
    • Report writing skill 
    • Oral and written communication skills 
    • Counselling skill 
    • Ability to work under pressure and use own initiative 
    •  Familiarity with the design, implementation and monitoring of clinical testing activities, especially in an HIV/AIDS environment 

    b. Laboratory Quality Assurance Officer (Lagos) 
    The job holder would provide technical support to APIN-supported laboratories to establish, implement and improve quality assurance (QA) and quality control (QC) activities; as well as participate in supportive supervision and provide mentorship to the laboratories to achieve an improved OA programme. 

    Job Responsibilities 
    • Develop and implement an efficient QA plan for all supported laboratories 
    • Facilitate the identification and development of quality improvement (QI) projects using appropriate indicators and ensure that performance improvement activities are executed and that all components of the quality system are current and relevant 
    • Establish a system for identifying. correcting and documenting laboratory errors 
    • Facilitate the introduction of new quality system procedures or modifications to existing procedures 
    • Coordinate and monitor all EQA and lac activities and review all reports and documentations 
    • Develop QA tools and assessment checklists in accordance with national and international standards 
    • Assist supported laboratories to use RCA tools to investigate near-misses and failures 
    • Ensure the quality system is audited at regular intervals 
    • Review all quality records and develop QI plans for the supported labs 

    Qualifications and Experience .
    A Master's degree in any relevant Laboratory discipline with professional certification of either AIMLT/FIMLT; and a minimum of 5 years post qualification experience. Previous experience working in an international development organization and thorough understanding of the SLMTA process will be added advantage. 

    Technical and Behavioural Competencies 
    • Report writing skill 
    • Oral and written communication skills 
    • Counselling skill 
    • Ability to work under pressure and use own initiative 
    • Familiarity with the design, implementation and monitoring of clinical testing activities, especially in an HIV/AIDS environment 

    c. Laboratory Officer - Molecular Biology (Abuja) 
    To provide technical support to laboratories to establish, implement and improve quality assurance (QA) and quality control (QC) activities including viral load testing, DNA, PCR and HIV drug resistance monitoring. Participate in supportive supervision and provide mentorship to supported laboratories to achieve an improved QA programme. 

    Job Responsibilities 
    • Support and strengthen all capacity building efforts of molecular diagnostic section of all APiN-supported laboratories 
    • Programme, calibrate and verify PCR equipment as well as carry out troubleshooting and preventive maintenance of same 
    • Collect, document and store HIV-1 DNA and RNA HBV and HCV sample; prepare and process same and run assay 
    • Validate assay runs, analyse and interpret the results and manage the data 
    • Store and ship blood extract and fractions in liquid nitrogen 
    • Validate and evaluate new nucleic acid based test technologies for performance 
    • Maintain personal expertise in PCR laboratory practices and emerging automated methodologies and technologies 
    • Participate in supportive supervision and provide mentorship to health center laboratories 
    • Contribute to the strengthening of PCR laboratory network within the APIN programme and with other institutions and stakeholders 
    • Participate in the training of laboratory personnel and other health workers in molecular laboratory procedures and diagnostics 
    • Provide technical assistance in strengthening PCR laboratory data management to improve data utilization 
    • Provide support in the supplies chain management of PCR commodities, including rolling out tools for quantification and tracking of supplies to supported laboratories 
    • Coordinate EOAand 1QC programmes for HIV-1 DNA and RNA, HBV, HCV testing 
    • Facilitate regular communications on PCR equipment repairs and maintenance with the relevant vendors and in- house services 

    Qualifications and Experience 
    A Master's degree in Virology, with the AIMLT/FIMLT professional certification and a minimum of 7 years' relevant post-qualification experience; previous experience working in international development organization will be added advantage. 

    Technical and Behavioural Competencies 
    • Report writing skill 
    • Oral and written communication skills 
    • Counselling skill 
    • Ability work under pressure and use own initiative 
    • Familiarity with the design, implementation and monitoring of clinical testing activities, especially in an HIV/AIDS environment 


    d. Capacity Building Specialist (Abuja) 
    The Specialist will be expected to develop, manage, coordinate and participate in needs-based laboratory capacity building programmes and training-of-trainer programmes for laboratory personnel and key stakeholders, including Ministries of Health. S/he will also be responsible for strengthening the laboratory human resource and technical capacity of supported institutions for the provision of quality services to improve HIV/TB care and treatment 
     
    Job Responsibilities 
    • Provide programmatic and technical guidance to supported institutions in managing laboratory human resource technical capacity building activities 
    • Develop training policies and plans relevant for an HIV/AIDS and TB laboratory programme 
    • Spearhead the strategic design and implementation of capacity building activities of APIN laboratory programme 
    • Collaborate with relevant stakeholders to develop a pool of laboratory training curricula and supporting resource materials for national use 
    • Provide technical assistance to lab personnel of supported institutions to identify and participate in cont professional development (CPO) programmes that are specific to their needs 
    • Conduct systematic review of effectiveness of training programmes and effect modifications as deemed necessary 
    • Ensure proper documentation of all training activities and ongoing professional development and ensure effective utilization of training data to improve programme management 
    • Conduct periodic training needs assessment to determine existing training gaps. 
    • Develop training evaluation and assessment tools to measure the outcome of training programmes 

    Qualifications and Experience 
    A Master's degree in any relevant Laboratory discipline with professional certification of either AIMLT/FIMLT and a minimum of 7 years post qualification experience. Previous experience working with an international development organization will be added advantage. 

    Technical and Behavioural Competencies 
    • Ability to organize and coordinate training programme and meetings 
    • Report writing skill 
    • Oral and written communication skills 
    • Ability to work under pressure and use own initiative 
    • Familiarity with the design, implementation and monitoring of clinical testing activities, especially in an HIV/AIDS environment 

    e. Prevention Manager (Abuja) 
    The holder of this position will provide technical and programmatic support to the implementation of HIVIAIDS prevention activities of the APIN programme, including sexual prevention (HCT, Abstinence, Be faithful [AB] and Condoms and other prevention), medical prevention (Blood and Injection Safety). 

    Job Responsibilities 
    • Provide technical guidance and programmatic support to all APfN sites and partners to implement high quality HIV/AIDS prevention activities including sexual prevention and bio-medical prevention 
    • Contribute to the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and reporting of prevention services at the programme sites 
    • Build capacity and ensure delivery of high quality prevention services at all programme sites, using internationally recognized best practices 
    • Liaise with the M&E Team to ensure HIV prevention components of the M&E system are functional (clarity of indicators, M&E data tools, data quality audits, reporting, etc.) 
    • Ensure ongoing collaboration with the Government of Nigeria, US Government agencies, support groups of People 
    • Living with HIV, collaborating institutions, NGOs/CBOs/FBOs and other partners in the public and private sectors 
    • Ensure the supply and distribution of IEC materials at the programme sites 

    Qualifications and Experience 
    A first degree in Medicine, Nursing, the Social Sciences or related discipline; and a minimum of 10 years proven work experience and expertise in the design, implementation and monitoring of HIV Prevention activities, preferably in an international NGO. At least 2 years senior level experience in the design and implementation of IEC/BCC programmes is a must, while a postgraduate degree in Public Health, Health Education and Health Promotion or related field will be an advantage. 

    Technical and Behavioural Competencies 
    • Strong oral and written communication skills 
    • Counseling and testing skills 
    • Report writing 
    • Good leadership and supervisory skills 
    • Expertise in the design, implementation and monitoring of HIV/AIDS prevention activities 

    f. Medical Officer (Jos) 
    The job holder will provide technical support in all aspects of HIV/AIDS services at the programme sites, in order to integrate and improve service delivery, scale up of services and achieve programme targets in Plateau State. S/he will also strengthen working relationship with stakeholders and build systems for programme sustainability. 

    Job Responsibilities 
    • Interface between the APIN Programme Office on the one hand and the APIN partner sites and HIV stakeholders in the state on the other 
    • Support the roll-over of existing treatment sites in the state from other partners to APIN as the lead implementing partner 
    • Work towards complete coverage of the state by identifying areas of unmet need for HIV services and anchoring scale up of HIV services to new sites in the state 
    • Provide technical and programmatic support for the implementation of high quality treatment, care and support programme and work towards target achievement at the APIN supported tertiary, secondary and primary sites 
    • Collaborate with other team members to develop and implement site work plan, towards achieving high quality health 
    • care delivery and programme sustainability 
    • Work with the office head to coordinate the implementation of all components related to the clinical management of HIVIAlDS 
    • Work with the Office Head, the GON/USG stakeholders and other partners to plan, implement, monitor and evaluate ART, PMTCT, HIV/TB and Care & Support programme in the state, using international best practices 
    • Work closely with team members to document best practices, share experience and make recommendations as appropriate 
    • Pay advocacy visits to key stakeholders in the state, in conjunction with other team members 

    Qualifications and Experience 
    A degree in the Medical Sciences (MBBS or MB.Bch.), preferably with an MPH or a fellowship in relevant fields; and a minimum of five years' experience in HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment programmes; experience in MNCH, RH, Malaria and TB Programme would be an advantage 

    Technical and Behavioural Competencies 
    • Good working knowledge of current National and WHO HIV/AIDS guidelines for prevention, treatment, care & support of adults and children 
    • Knowledge of models of working with and linking different tiers of Health care facilities 
    • Ability to multitask with knowledge of various programme areas and as well work with discretion and minimal supervision . 
    • Understanding of community systems and how they impact service utilization 
    • Ability to provide mentorship and integrated supportive supervision to all categories of HCW 
    • Knowledge of HCT, PMTCT and ART National M/E tools 
    • Ability to organize and coordinate training programme and meetings 
    • Good written and oral communication skills 

    g. Quality Assurance Officer (Lagos) 
    The job holder will have responsibility for driving quality improvement programmes, with a view to achieving best practice performance levels and implementation of evidence-based practices in the treatment, care and support for People Living with HIV/AIDS under the APIN programmes

    Job Responsibilities 
    • Contribute to the periodic review of the organization's quality improvement protocol in line with national guidelines and emerging programme management guidelines 
    • Ensure compliance with project performance measurement timelines of sub-contractor sites, including dissemination to internal and external stakeholders 
    • Maintain a dossier of quality improvement profile of each sub-contractor organization and develop strategies to optimize individual sites' quality management programme. 
    • Contribute to the development and/or improvement of electronic and paper-based quality management tools and work with the database management team to deploy such 
    • Provide technical support for outcome evaluations both in the programme office and sub-contractor sites 
    • Provide technical support to programme sites in developing and implementing clinical quality improvement activities in all programme areas 
    • Promote sharing of experiences and documentation of quality improvement best practices 

    Qualifications and Experience 
    An MBBS or B.Sc. Nursing and a minimum of seven years' experience, including three years in health care management and/or HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment programming and at least one year in healthcare quality improvement, patient safety and outcome reporting 

    Technical and Behavioural Competencies 
    • Report writing and oral/written communication skills 
    • Ability to work under pressure and use own initiative 
    • Working knowledge of programme monitoring and evaluation 
    • Good knowledge of HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment 
    • Basic knowledge of statistics 

    h. Monitoring & Evaluation Officers (tbadan & Jos) 
    The Officers will be responsible for developing and implementing systems for monitoring and evaluating the implementation of programmes, reporting on achievements and progress made, as well as recommending appropriate improvement options. 

    Job Responsibilities 
    • Provide technical assistance to programme sites in the collection, analysis, reporting and use of output data for programme improvement 
    • Collate monthly reports, provide feedbacks to the sites and maintain a functional database of programme reports 
    • Disseminate programme output data to programme officers, donors and the state governments, on demand 
    • Lead programme level data quality audits at the programme sites to ensure compliance with monitoring and evaluation procedures and participate in external stakeholder DQAs 
    • Monitor the progress of the programme towards targets and provide feedback to the field office and sites 
    • Work with programme officers and site monitoring and evaluation committees to ensure that programme reports and data meet acceptable quality standards and promote their utilization by relevant end users 
    • Provide technical support to site quality improvement committees to implement internal quality management programme, in collaboration with the Quality Assurance Officer 
    • Provide technical support to strengthen host state government's M&E systems 
    • Contribute to the development of appropriate data collection tools and procedures for all monitoring and reporting needs 

    Qualifications and Experience 
    An MBBS and a minimum of seven years' experience, including at least four (4) years supporting the implementation of M&E systems, and planning and executing programme evaluation; an MPH will be an advantage. 

    Technical and Behavioural Competencies 
    • Report writing and oral/written communication skills 
    • Working knowledge of programme monitoring and evaluation and programme management 
    • Knowledge of HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment 
    • Knowledge of statistics & good knowledge of statistical methods 
    • Working knowledge of current HIV/AIDS guidelines and standards with respect to monitoring and evaluation 
    • Ability to organize and coordinate training programme 

    l. Finance Manager (Abuja) 
    The job holder will have responsibility for coordinating the Finance &Accounting function of the head office, as well as 
    for preparing and rendering donor reports 

    Job Responsibilities 
    • Coordinate the Finance & Accounting functions of the organization 
    • Prepare all monthly, quarterly and annual donor reports 
    • Coordinate all the treasury functions 
    • Effect statutory deductions and ensure remittance 
    • Manage donor and corporate budgets 
    • Supervise the preparation of payroll 
    • Monitor staff advances and ensure adherence to policies/procedures 
    • Ensure strict adherence to financial & accounting policies & procedures 
    • Manage the fixed asset 

    Qualification and Experience 
    A B.Sc. or HND in Accounting or any related disciple, with a relevant professional qualification (ACA or ACCA) and a minimum of ten years' experience in the Finance function of a best-practice organisation (preferably in an NGO), including at least five years in a managerial role
     
    Technical and Behavioural Competencies 
    • Good knowledge of use the QuickBooks Accounting software 
    • Strong leadership and supervisory skills 
    • Nose for details 
    • Ability to work under pressure 
    • Ability to consistently demonstrate a high level of integrity and responsibility 
    • Excellent oral and written communication skill 
    • Report writing skill 

    j. Senior Finance Officer (Ibadan) 
    The Senior Finance Officer will have responsibility for monitoring financial transactions to ensure adherence to financial regulations and achieve efficient utilization of financial resources as well as to track, analyze and report on financial transactions and budget implementation. 

    Job Responsibilities 
    • Monitor financial transactions at the sites, including reviewing financial transactions for compliance with the programme's financial and administrative policies, and rendering report on findings 
    • Implement APIN's financial and administrative policies, including coordination and control of the office budget 
    • Track budget implementation for the office and programme sites 
    • Review monthly financial summary reports and quarterly financial statements of the programme sites 
    • Prepare monthly financial report of the programme office 
    • Manage PAVE tax remittance and liaise with tax authorities on tax matters 
    • Manage the payment of insurance premium and liaise with APIN's insurers on insurance matters 
    • Maintain records of fixed asset by updating the fixed asset register 
    • Review staff travel and other advances, carry out age-long analysis and prepare bi-weekly report 

    Qualification and Experience 
    A B.Sc. or HND in Accounting or any related disciple, with a relevant professional qualification (ACA or ACCA) and a minimum of seven years' experience in the Finance function of a best-practice organisation, preferably in an NGO

    Technical and Behavioural Competencies
    • Nose for details 
    • Ability to work under pressure 
    • Ability to consistently demonstrate a high level of integrity and responsibility 
    • Good oral and written communication skill 
    • Report writing skill 

    k. Internal Audit Officer (Abuja) 
    Reporting to the Internal Auditor. the Internal Audit Officer will be responsible for monitoring compliance with APIN policies, donor requirements and general best practice at the programme office and sub-contractor sites 

    Job Responsibilities 
    • Support the Internal Auditor to review financial records and other reports, systems and controls maintained in all programme offices and partner sites 
    • Carry out value adding and risk based audit in all units and sites 
    • Collate and document internal audit findings as well as follow up on responses from audited units/sites as well as on implementation of audit action plan 
    • Carry out physical verification of assets and reconciles with records maintained at the offices and sites 
    • Assist the Internal Auditor in the preparation of annual plan and periodic risk assessment exercises 
    • Research and document emerging issues in internal audit practice 

    Qualification and Experience 
    A B.Sc. or HND in Accounting or any related disciple, with relevant professional qualification (ACA or ACCA) and a minimum of seven years' experience, including at least four in the audit function of a best-practice organisation, preferably in an intemational NGO 

    Technical and Behavioural Competencies 
    • Nose for details 
    • Report writing skill
    • Ability to use Quickbooks Accounting software 

    I. HR Officer (Abuja) 
    The job holder will have responsibility for providing a wide range of support in the human resource and organizational development functions 

    Job Responsibilities 
    • Drive the recruitment & selection process and manage staff retention and exit 
    • Support and monitor the implementation of organizational effectiveness initiatives and render report on progress being made 
    • Actively support change management programmes and activities 
    • Work closely with other members of the HR Team to monitor and benchmark HR systems and practices in peer organizations and report new practices for possible adoption 
    • Monitor adherence to personnel policies and code of conduct and render periodic reports on the level of compliance 
    • Drive the implementation of the performance management system and support its alignment to the organizational goals 
    • Provide necessary assistance and make contributions to the planning and implementation of HR improvement and other related projects 

    Qualifications and Experience 
    A first degree in the Social Sciences, the Humanities or any other relevant field and membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM): at least eight (8) years cognate experience, preferably in an international NGO 

    Technical and Behavioural Competencies 
    • Ability to use own initiative 
    • Report writing skill 
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills 
    • Knowledge of HR best practices 
    • Basic knowledge of the Nigerian Labour Law 
    • Good oral and written communication skills 

    m. LogisticsAssistant (Jos) 
    The Logistics Assistant will provide support and assistance in the management of the general logistics of HIV/AIDS pharmaceuticals, clinical, laboratory and other related materials as well as the in-country supply chain
     
    Job Tasks 
    • Collate all records of shipments to sites, opening and closing stock as well as usage into a monthly Logistic Report 
    • Track usage of drugs and commodities at the program sites 
    • Assist the Logistics Officer in the delivery of goods into, and movement out of, the warehouse 
    • Work in conjunction with the Logistics Officer and Inventory Specialist to ensure that all packages delivered by the distribution partners are accounted for and are in good condition before taking possession 
    • Make necessary input into the monthly allocation of stock to the program sites 
    • Participate in the quarterly stock review of drugs and other consumables in the Store 

    Qualification and Experience 
    A first degree in Purchasing & Supply/Logistics, Pharmacy or any other relevant qualification; five years' experience in Logistics/Supply Chain Management of HIV/AIDS commodities or in any other relevant function 

    Technical & Behavioural Competencies 
    • Report writing skill 
    • Ability to work with minimal supervision 
    • Basic logistic and operational understanding of the supply chain 
    • Familiarity with the program policies and procedures of APIN and program sites 
    • Experience with government systems and dynamics of working with NGOs and private parties 

    n. Programme Associate - Care & Support (Abuja) 
    The job holder will provide programmatic support to the Care & Support program of the organization, and work closely with the Clinical Service Team to ensure the achievement of programme goals and objectives 

    Job Responsibilities 
    • Contribute to the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of HIV/AIDS Care & Support programme for people living with HIV (PLHIV) and their families, including orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) 
    • Support ongoing collaboration with the government of Nigeria (GON), partner sites. NGOs/CBOs and other partners to implement both facility- and community-based HIV/AIDS Care & Support programme 
    • Support partner sites, collaborating NGOs/CBOs and other partners to provide Care & Support services, in accordance with GON policies and guidelines and internationally recognized best practices 

    Qualifications and Experience 
    A first degree in any health related field or in the Social Sciences, with a minimum of three (3) years cognate experience in an NGO or donor-funded environment 

    Technical and Behavioural Competencies 
    • Report writing skill 
    • Oral and written communication skills 
    • Ability to work under pressure and use own initiative 
    • Working knowledge of HI VIA IDS prevention, care and treatment 

    o. Database Associate (Jos) 
    The job holder will be expected to provide hands-on support to the management of the programme's database at both the office and sites level. in conjunction with other members of the Data Management Team 

    Job Responsibilities 
    • Clean and audit uploaded sites' databases in compliance with the APIN standard operating procedures, research ethics and GON guidelines 
    • Query sites' uploaded and reported data for inconsistencies and accuracy following sites' data upload and submission of M&E reports 
    • Generate sites' database upload status report on a monthly basis to measure compliance, timeliness and availability of sites' programme data on the APIN server 
    • Analyze and summarize sites' error logs on a monthly basis, highlighting emergent technical assistance needs as well as track sites' usage and response to database error logs 
    • Support sites' data managers to prepare and submit monthly, quarterly and annual M&E reports in line with APIN and GON M&E requirements in a timely manner 
    • Provide remote and onsite technical assistance to data management teams at the programme sites 
    • Organize data management trainings for new and existing sites' data personnel, in line with agreed schedule 
    • Participate inAPIN- and GON-organized data quality assessment projects, in line with agreed schedule 
    • Contribute to the regular review of data management standard operating procedures (SOP) and the site assessment tools 
    • Support the development and maintenance of programme utilities 

    Qualifications and Experience 
    A B.Sc. or HND in Computer Science or Information Technology, with a minimum of 3 years cognate experience in database management 

    Technical and Behavioural Competencies 
    • High proficiency in the use of computer as well as in the development and manipulation of databases 
    • Ability to use own initiative 
    • Knowledge of the nature of HIV/AIDS data as well as data management policies and procedures of APIN and programme sites 
    • High level of data security consciousness 

    p. Senior Admin Associate (Jos & Ibadan) 
    The job holder will provide administrative, secretarial and logistical support to the APIN programmes, create a conducive work environment and ensure smooth day-to-day running of the office 

    Job Responsibilities 
    • Provide administrative and logistic support to travelling staff members as may be requested, including 
    • making hotel reservations and flight bookings 
    • Oversee the cleaning of the office and ensure the work environment is clean and tidy 
    • Coordinate the use and maintenance of office equipment, supplies and consumables to ensure optimal 
    • performance and all round functionality and availability 
    • Devise and maintain effective office systems, including creating and maintaining an effective filing system 
    • Manage the petty cash of the office, keep records of expenses and render accounts accordingly 
    • Work closely with the office head to ensure the smooth running and effective functioning of the Office 
    • Manage the official vehicle and supervise the driver( s) 
    Qualifications and Experience 
    A minimum of five years cognate experience, with a first degree or HND in any discipline in the Social Sciences or Humanities; membership of such professional bodies as Chartered Institute of Administration, Nigerian Institute of Management, etc. would be added advantage 

    Technical and Behavioural Competencies 
    • Ability to organize work and prioritize tasks appropriately 
    • Ability to work under pressure and to deadlines 
    • Excellent communication skills (written and oral) 
    • Ability to work with little or no supervision 
    • Working knowledge of secretarial/clerical duties 
    • Ability to improve office systems and ways of working 

    Mode of Application 
    Qualified and interested applicants should visit www.apin.org.ng to complete an online application form. They should also upload their CV, which must contain a suitability statement, highlighting how their knowledge, skills and experience make them suitable for the position, and addressing the person specifications listed against the position. The statement should not exceed a page and must appear on the first page of the CV, which must be saved in Microsoft Word and as applicant's name. Applications for positions h. and p. must bear preferred location (e.g. Monitoring & Evaluation Officer- Jos). All applications must be submitted on or before November 15, 2012. Late applications will not be considered and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. 

    Computer literacy and skills in usage of personal productivity tools (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, internet browsing, etc.) are essential for all positions; and candidates must be willing to do a considerable amount of local travel, as may be required. 

    APIN offers very competitive terms of employment and is an equal opportunity employer. Women who are qualified for the positions are therefore encouraged to apply. 
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