Ipas Nigeria is an international NGO dedicated to improving women's reproductive health and rights. The Ipas Country Office in Nigeria builds the capacity of health systems in the country to expand the quality of woman-centered reproductive health services. The office assistant will work the
Office Manager in daily administration.
Receive, send, register and distribute mails.
Receive and register daily newspaper supply and archive them as appropriate.
Disseminate essential information to staff.
Ensure proper filling of documents for the Office
Manager and other staff as necessary,
Execute minor office maintenance projects as assigned by the office manager.
Printing and photocopying of documents for trainings and creating materials for public presentations as instructed.
Perform other secretarial and administrative support functions for managers, supervisors and staff.
Schedule assigned appointments, meetings and conferences; coordinates arrangements and sets up meeting rooms; notifies meeting participants; prepares and/or assembles meeting materials from rough notes,
drafts, dictation or oral instructions
Assist with handling travel logistics for technical unit staff and with carrying out administrative tasks such as ensuring vendors deliver goods on time, ascertaining that goods requested for were delivered and other related tasks.
Perform other tasks as may be required.
• Must be a degree holder from a higher institution.
• 1 year experience.
• Must be able to work independently.
• Must' possess strong writing and verbal
• Must possess strong interpersonal skills
• Must possess strong computer skills
Provide leadership and strategic direction in planning of country strategies and program objectives to set direction For the Ipas Nigeria country program.
Responsible to plan and manage the country program,
ensure program results are achieved consistent with
organizational priorities, donor requirements and budget parameters
Provides guidance and supervision to the management team working closely with the Program Manager, and encourages strong teamwork, positive communications and a supportive team culture to meet overall country objectives.
Represents Ipas with donors and provides leadership in donor proposals and reports.
Represents Ipas with policy makers and stakeholders and advocates for policies and programs that maximizes impact and resources to further the mission of Ipas.
• Advanced degree in relevant field required
• 10-15 years' related experience required
• least 5 or more years of supervisory and HR experience required
• Must be familiar with women's sexual and reproductive rights and a strong advocate for Ipas mission
• Proven experience with donor relations and in writing proposals and donor reports
• Must be able to work independently with a strong teamwork focus
• Cross cultural experience and international NGO work experience
• Ability to travel up to 50 time within Nigeria
• Must possess strong writing and verbal communications skills
• Must possess strong interpersonal, negotiation and representational skills
• Must possess strong skills in planning, financial and human resource management Must possess strong computer skills
Ipas is an international NGO dedicated to improving women's reproductive health and rights. Its country office in Abuja carries out and implements programs that build the capacity of health systems to expand quality woman-centered reproductive health services. The HSA Coordinator will assist the HS Unit and the organization as a whole in the area of training and service delivery. This person will contribute to the development of strategies, products and projects to improve training of health personnel and quality of reproductive services. The HS Coordinator will help carry out country-level training and service delivery efforts and help contribute to global HS unit goals.
Assist in writing and editing training curriculum and service delivery tools; assist in developing proposals and other documents as assigned; assist in coordinating reporting of results to donors.
Assist in supporting and developing partnerships with government, private sector organizations, other civil society groups and other RH advocates, assist the HS associate in representing lpas at national, regional, and international conferences and events.
Assists in the monitoring of the unit's activities. Assists in conference participation. Assists the unit with presentations at national and international meetings.
Assists in the preparation and monitoring of income and expenses related to unit budgets. Assists in planning program related activities and workshops
Bachelor's degree in relevant discipline plus 4 years' experience. A Master's degree will be an added advantage.
Demonstrated leadership and technical skills in areas of responsibility;
Strong communications and writing skills;
Demonstrated computer experience; Demonstrated cross cultural/language skills.
Excellent interpersonal skills
Applicants should submit a cover letter and CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org . We do not accept phone calls but we encourage you to visit our website: http://www.ipas.org before applying or send your queries to email@example.com .
The advertisement will remain open until the position is filled.
Due to anticipated volume of applications, only qualified applicants will be contacted.