Axios Group is an International Organization specializing in improving access to healthcare in developing countries. We seeking candidates for the following positions
Participate in the devebpment and implementation of Axios work plan for projects
Process the request for HIV/AlDS medicines supply from the Health Facilitles (HF) and order same from the Axios Central Warehouse.
Support the Improvementofdata qualityatthe NFs Ina sustainable manner
Periodically conduct data quality assessment at HFs to ensure continuous progressive data quality improvement.
Provide technical supportand capacity building for staff of the HFs, SMOH and CMS
Monitoring and coordinating qualltyassurance for the Inventory Management System.
Providing technical support in decentralization of services to selected primary health care facilities
Support HF Laboratories in setting up a functional Logistics Management Information System
Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the supervisor
Qualifications, experiences and skills
A degree in Pharmacy.
3-5 years experience in Pharmacy or Logistics management.
Experience In the area of HIV/AIDS is added advantage
Project management and practical experience in health care related projects required
Experience with the government system and dynamics of working with NGOs and private parties
Good understanding of Health sector especially in the areas of HIV / AIDS as a devebpmental Issue and the Socio-economic parameters involved in Nigeria and world over
Experience In logistics management and abllity to work with Multi-disciplinary teams.
Dynamic personality with initiative and flexibility.
Excellent spoken and written English
Must have organlzational and strong computer skills
Participate in the overall M&E strategic planning activities and work plan development and reviews
Coordinate the preparation of reports: monthly and quarterly reports, semi-annual and annual program reports, and any other required program/indicator reports
Ensure that all relevant M&E documents are organized and updated
Be responsible for LMIS data quality assessments
Track and analyze program monitoring indicators for early warning signals and effective decision making
Participate in scheduled Monitoring and supervisory visits
Participate in the devebpment and review of Data Collection Tools
Participate in all data management processes and procedures and provide feedback to appropriate technical leads to support program deliverables
Conducting supply chain performance assessment and also needs assessment and generating Supply Chain Performance report
Perform other duties as assigned by the Director Monitoring and Evaluation
First degree in Pharmacy. Laboratory Science, Social Science, or Management
Minimum of three years professional experience in monitoring health programs
Experience in designing data collection tools and M&E systems for public health programs
Experience with HIV/AlDS, reproductive health. TB, and/or malaria control programs is strongly preferred
Experience with health commodity procurement and/or supply management and logistics is strongly preferred
Excellent analytical and presentation skills using MS Office package with advance knowledge of MS Excel
Ability to support devebpment of scientific papers for pair review
Good knowledge of statistical Software package (SPSS and Epi-info etc)
Ability to work under minimal supervision independently and as part of a team
The Job involves extcnsive travels locally up to 40% of the time
Please send in your application to firstname.lastname@example.org with the position as the subject before TUesday Wednesday 27th February 2013.