• Massive Recruitment At EngenderHealth

  • Posted on: 11 March, 2014 Deadline: Not Specified
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  • EngenderHealth works worldwide to improve the lives of individuals by making reproductive health services safe, available, and sustainable.  We provide technical assistance, training, and information, with a focus on practical solutions that improve services where resources are scarce.  We believe that individuals have the right to make informed decisions about their reproductive health and to receive care that meets their needs.  We work in partnership with governments, institutions, and health care professionals to make this right a reality.

    The Fistula Care Plus project is a five year cooperative agreement, funded by the United States Agency for International Development and managed by EngenderHealth in collaboration with partners. It seeks to increase access to quality treatment services for obstetric fistula, improve prevention, strengthen the environment to support prevention, treatment and reintegration services, and to conduct research to improve the quality of services.

    Administrative and Logistics Officer

     

    JOB SUMMARY:
    Based in Sokoto, the Administrative and Logistics Officer is responsible for providing the administrative and logistics management support for the project.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    •     Provide primary administrative support to the Office Manager to ensure smooth operation of the Nigeria office
    •     Maintain and update the approved vendor list for the Nigeria office
    •     Assist Office Manager in identifying damaged equipment and arrange for repair or replacement as well as monitor utility bills due and arrange payments
    •     Assist Office Manager in procurement related activities – soliciting for bids etc consistent with established EngenderHealth SOPs
    •     Maintain a register of all existing service contracts and agreements and notify the office manager when any is due for renewal
    •     Maintaining a database of hotels and contracts with rates in locations that the project operates
    •     Maintain custody of and issue on demand all equipment required
    •     Maintain stores stock card system for receipt and issuance of items (vehicle parts/consumables, printed items etc)
    •     Assist with recruitment – initial contract with vendor for placement of adverts, sending out invitations and arranging materials for interview
    •     Assist in delivery of all official mails and collection of mails from project post office box
    •     In collaboration with Administrative Assistant or Program Assistant , manage the project office supplies with a view to ensuring adequate supply of basic items always
    •     In  collaboration with relevant staff, assist in managing the store and supplies therein
    •     In collaboration with the Administrative Logistics Officer, manage the generator and vehicle maintenance log database
    •     Carry out reception duties when the receptionist is away
    •     Assist in the procurement process – dispatching and receiving request for bid proposals
    •     Maintain a record of all vendors and partners contact details
    •     Petty cash custodian
    •     Providing support during trainings, workshops and meetings in collaboration with the Procurement and Logistics officer
    •     Perform any other duties as assigned

    EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:

    •     BA in Administration, Business Management, Marketing or other relevant field.
    •     At least three years’ experience working in the field of procurement, Operations management, Logistics management or other relevant field.
    •     International Organization experience is an asset.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

    •     Knowledge of computer application, internet, website and other essential computer software is essential
    •     Strong organizations skills and able to effectively manage systems of the operations/logistic activities
    •     Excellent coordination skill, time management, and ability to prioritize tasks.
    •     Willingness to work under pressure.
    •     Ability to work under minimum supervision.
    •     Ability to effectively work in a team.
    •     Good command of English.
    •     Ability to travel when required.

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    Clinical Associates

     

    JOB SUMMARY:
    There are two positions: one based in Abuja and one based in Sokoto.  Clinical Associates will support strengthening Fistula Care prevention and repair activities as assigned. S/he will work closely with medical authorities in project supported states and staff in supported-sites to provide technical assistance for interventions related to fistula prevention and repair in accordance with national and EngenderHealth standards and guidelines.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Under the direction of the Deputy Project Manager, the Clinical Associate will:

    •     Provide technical assistance in the design, implementation and integration of comprehensive fistula care programs.  Contribute to the development, and participate in the evaluation, of these programs and activities. 
    •     Participate in and provide written reports on site assessments.
    •     Provide technical assistance to counterparts on clinical issues, counseling, training, and quality improvement approaches.
    •     Coordinate, monitor and, when appropriate, participate in training of providers to improve skills and clinical competence, in both prevention and repair.
    •     Partner with the MOH of the project states and local providers and trainers to implement project-supported activities.
    •     Coordinate the clinical arrangements for pooled effort services and collaborate with the logistics officer and partner sites to ensure that all necessary items are available to assure quality services.
    •     Provide clinical guidance to the FP/RH Advisor on family planning programming in supported states.
    •     Assist in the development and dissemination of curriculae, job aids and other tools to support program improvement.
    •     Assist in the review of, and provide inputs to, patient and provider communication materials
    •     Collaborate in the establishment of a State fistula coordinating taskforce or working group to improve coordination between key stakeholders in the states
    •     Assist project M&E staff, as assigned, in the review and interpretation of clinical data.
    •     Contribute to the preparation of workplans, budgets and reports on project progress.
    •     Perform other duties as assigned

    EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:

    •     Clinical Degree with advanced degree in Public Health, Management or Public Administration
    •     Certified registration with Nigeria Medical Association
    •     Training in Fistula Repair preferred
    •     Five years’ experience in management of health facilities in Nigeria, or equivalent

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

    •     Medical practice in Nigeria
    •     Experience with and understanding of MOH structure/systems, and with USAID-funded projects.
    •     Demonstrated ability to work collegially with other technical staff, experts, and with counterparts from the public, private and NGO sectors.
    •     Exceptional interpersonal communication, teamwork skills.
    •     Experience as a Trainer
    •     Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English language.

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    Community Mobilization Officer

     

    JOB SUMMARY:
    Based in Sokoto, the Community Mobilization Officer will coordinate and implement community mobilization activities as well as assist with overall monitoring of community activities aimed at promoting awareness of reproductive health including obstetric fistula prevention, treatment and reintegration; maternal health, and family planning.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Under the direction of the Deputy Project Manager, the Community Mobilization Officer will:

    •     Identify community issues/challenges and develop strategies for effective implementation of the project
    •     Prepare community mobilization strategies and activities for inclusion in workplans and budgets.  Develop budget estimates for activities
    •     Partner with Ward Development Committees (WDCs) to identify community groups in focal states which may include religious groups, women’s groups, men’s groups, local community organizations and NGOs, as well as private sector institutions.  create awareness of obstetric fistula, its prevention, access to treatment and options for reintegration
    •     Conduct sensitization workshops and coordinate other activities with WDCs, community leaders and groups to increase awareness about fistula prevention and treatment and to foster positive attitudes on SRHR issues
    •     Coordinate activities with community mobilization officers from FGON, USAID or other donor-supported projects to identify possible joint activities for implementation
    •     Facilitate community training activities
    •     Facilitate community research activities
    •     Develop and coordinate community advocacy groups/champions for the project
    •     Other duties as assigned


    EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:

    •     Bachelor Degree or Higher National Diploma from a recognized higher institution in public health, health planning or related discipline.
    •     Five years’ experience in community engagement
    •     Research and analytical skills preferred
    •     Experience with report writing and strategy writing

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

    •     Demonstrated ability to work  with community groups, other technical staff, experts, and with counterparts from the public, private and NGO sectors.
    •     Exceptional interpersonal communication, teamwork skills.
    •     Ability to conduct interviews, record and report findings and work without close supervision
    •     Computer skills with MS Word and MS Excel essential.  Knowledge of software such as SPSS, Stata, MS Access, desirable 
    •     Ability to operate in a fast-paced environment and to deal with variety of individuals from various socio economic, ethnic and cultural backgrounds
    •     Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English language.
    •     Ability to travel 30% to 50% time

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    Data Coordinator

     

    JOB SUMMARY:
    Based in Sokoto, the Data Coordinator will be responsible for monitoring and collection of data from project partners, collating such data and transmitting collated summaries to the M&E Advisor. The Data Coordinator will work under the supervision of the M&E Advisor. S/he will participate in project reporting, research activities, train facility staff on assuring data quality and the use of data for decision-making.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Under the direction of the ME&R Advisor, the Data Coordinator will:

    •     Collaborate with project partners to gather project data, ensure data integrity, clean data and follow-up with project partners on any data requiring clarification. 
    •     If necessary (i.e. partners are not able to do so themselves), the Data Coordinator will also enter partner data into the FC+ online database on their behalf.
    •     Contribute to and maintain project files for all collected data and materials
    •     Establish and retain a record of each project activity, tasks and milestones and assist project staff with preparation and follow-up of reports on project activities.
    •     Assist in the coordination of special studies and/or surveys as required by the M&E plan.
    •     Assist in the production of routine quarterly and annual reports, as well as special reports on project initiatives.
    •     Prepare monthly summary of activities and submit to M&E Advisor.
    •     Perform other duties as assigned.

    EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:

    • Bachelor’s Degree or Higher National Diploma from a recognized higher institution.
    • Diploma in data management, statistics or another relevant discipline
    • Minimum of 4 years data management experience
    • Previous Monitoring & Evaluation experience
    • Certification in data/information software such as SPSS, Stata, MS Access, MS Excel
     
    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

    •     Proficient with computer usage and data management software
    •     Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of data collection, data quality assurance and entry
    •     Demonstrated ability to work collegially with other technical staff, experts, and with counterparts from the public, private and NGO sectors.
    •     Ability to operate in a pressure-packed environment and to deal with variety of individuals from various socio economic, ethnic and cultural backgrounds
    •     Exceptional interpersonal communication, teamwork skills.
    •     Ability to conduct interviews, record findings and work without close supervision
    •     Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English language.
    •     Ability to carry out 35%-55% travel

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    Finance and Administrative Officer

     

    JOB SUMMARY:
    Based in Sokoto, the Finance and Administrative Officer will work closely with other staff to ensure proper management of the office finance and administrative activities.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Under the direction of the Finance and Operations Manager, the Finance and Administrative Officer will be responsible for the following tasks:

    •     Ensuring the use of efficient financial system as per the standard operating procedures of EngenderHealth and overseeing the overall office management of the field office.
    •     Ensure compliance of all financial transactions to local laws, donor regulations and internal policies, procedures and systems;
    •     Assist in budgets preparation and ensuring budget utilization within the available budget and work plan;
    •     Ensure timely processing & recording of all financial & administrative related payments & following up reimbursement requests; Custodianship of cash, checks, voucher pads, sensitive financial documents, etc.;
    •     Work with Admin. and Logistics Officer to ensure appropriate custody , management and inventory of organizational property.
    •     Ensure  proper collection and documentation of donated items, including maintaining a register of cost share information;
    •     Provide financial management support to all events and meetings organized by the project.
    •     Review and recommend, as appropriate, approval of all travel expenses, vendor invoices, and sub-grantee invoices in accordance with EngenderHealth’s standard operating procedures and USAID rules and regulations.
    •     Prepare financial and administrative reports as required by the Finance and Operations Manager.
    •     Maintain a comprehensive filing system for financial and administrative documents.

    EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:

    •     BA in Accounting, Business Management, Financial Management or related field.
    •     Minimum 5 years relevant work experience for BA holders. NGO experience is preferred.
    •     Work experience in a supervisory position is a plus.
    •     Experience working with a USAID supported project will be an advantage
    •     In-depth knowledge of MS Excel is mandatory.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

    •     Excellent coordination and time management skills, and ability to prioritize tasks.
    •     Willingness to work under pressure and ability to work under minimum supervision.
    •     Ability to effectively work in a team.
    •     Ability to travel when required.
    •     Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English language.

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    Monitoring, Evaluation & Research Advisor

     

    JOB SUMMARY:
    Reporting to the Project Manager, the Monitoring, Evaluation & Research Advisor will be responsible for managing monitoring, evaluation and research activities.  S/he will be matrix managed by the Deputy Director, FC+ based in New York, responsible for project-wide monitoring, evaluation and research activities.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    •     Provide overall technical oversight of monitoring, evaluation and research activities
    •     If required by the USAID Mission, collaborate with the Deputy Director in developing a Performance Management Plan (PMP) for activities in Nigeria, that is consistent with the global project PMP
    •     Collaborate with partner institutions to establish and implement uniform indicators, data collection systems and reporting formats and timelines in accordance with global project and USAID Mission requirements
    •     Provide training to partner institutions in indicator definition, data collection and reporting requirements
    •     Assist project personnel with establishing evaluation plans for activities, and the use of M&E tools
    •     Prepare quarterly and annual reports based on data received
    •     Collaborate with project team and partner institutions to review all data and information produced to build capacity in data management and to maximize its use in strategy and program planning, refinement and execution.
    •     In collaboration with the Project Manager, Deputy Project Manager and global Deputy Director, establish systems to monitor timely implementation of program activities and establish systems to alert the project team when activities are not proceeding on schedule.
    •     Under the direction of the Project Manager, Deputy Project Manager and global Deputy Director, review and provide feedback on research or evaluation study protocols to be carried out in Nigeria, in compliance with EngenderHealth’s Evaluation and Research Standard Operating Procedures (E&R SOPs).  Collaborate on the implementation of studies in Nigeria.
    •     Under the guidance of the Project Manager, initiate and maintain strong ties with all project partners on monitoring, evaluation and research including the MoH, National Health Research/Ethics Council (NHREC) state and LGA leadership/management, and site-level staff.
    •     Represent Fistula Care Plus/Nigeria in National Technical Working Groups responsible for developing research related protocols and guidelines.
    •     Supervise Data Coordinator, as well as monitoring, evaluation and research consultants and interns.
    •     Travel 30% of time for field based technical assistance.
    •     Other duties, as assigned.

    EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:

    • Master’s degree in a field related to epidemiology, biostatistics, monitoring and evaluation of international health and development programs.
    • A minimum of 10 years of work experience in M,E&R working on international health projects.
    • Experience designing and conducting evaluation studies and operations/applied research.
    • Experience providing technical assistance on the use of data for planning and decision making.
    • Experience of USAID-funded cooperative agreements preferred

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

    •     Strong analytical skills
    •     Excellent computer skills, with particular knowledge of Excel, PowerPoint and Word in addition to statistical applications (e.g. SPSS, Stata, Epi Info); knowledge of qualitative software packages desirable.
    •     Excellent verbal and writing skills in English required
    •     Exceptional organizational, interpersonal and teamwork skills

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    Program Assistant

     

    JOB SUMMARY:
    Based in Sokoto, the Program Assistant will directly report to the Deputy Project Manager, Fistula Care and will support administrative, finance and documentation functions.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    •     Maintains calendar of project activities including travel and visiting schedules, staff and other meetings and reminds the team of upcoming events
    •     Prepares agenda, take meeting notes, provides interpretation, assists with preparation of Project’s presentations and other PR activities
    •     Set up and maintain project files, electronic files, project library and other resources
    •     Maintains and organizes public folder filing system
    •     Provides administrative and if necessary logistic support to project activities, assists in organizing training sessions, workshops, conferences
    •     Drafts routine correspondence to partners and collaborators (greetings, thank you letters etc)
    •     Contributes to developing and maintains the Training Materials and ensures equipment support for the project presentations, training activities etc
    •     Participates in field visits providing support withy scheduling meetings and follow up activities
    •     Assists with proof reading of major program products such as training curricula, reference materials, survey tools, study reports, requests for applications etc.
    •     Assists the Deputy Project Manager and team in gathering information and responding to inquiries inside and outside the project
    •     Other comparable duties may be assigned to this position from time to time, in general support of EngenderHealth activities

     EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:

    •     BA in Social Science or business administration
    •     At least one year experience working as Program Assistant or secretary. NGO experience is preferred.
    •     Secretarial course with strong communication skills in English.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

    •     Knowledge of computer application, internet, website and other essential computer programs is essential
    •     Excellent coordination skill, time management, and ability to prioritize tasks.
    •     Willingness to work under pressure.
    •     Ability to work under minimum supervision.
    •     Ability to effectively work in a team.
    •     Excellent command of verbal and written English.
    •     Ability to travel when required.

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    Program Manager

     

    JOB SUMMARY
    The Project Manager has responsibility for management, implementation and achievement of results of the Fistula Care Plus Project in Nigeria, under the direction of the Project Director. S/he manages relationships with in-country agencies, EngenderHealth Headquarters, EngenderHealth global project management, partners, and other key stakeholders.  S/he has program, managerial and fiscal responsibility for implementation of the project activities in Nigeria under a pre-defined strategic framework for the project, including ensuring compliance with donor’s and EngenderHealth’s regulations, policies and procedures.  S/he will have direct responsibility for supervision of designated staff.  S/he oversees and works closely and in a complementary fashion with other key personnel, internal and external stakeholders to effectively lead and manage the project in Nigeria.  

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    •     Leads the successful implementation and monitoring of the Project strategy in close coordination with USAID, the Ministry of Health, other  in-country counterparts;  EngenderHealth’s  management, project staff, partners, and other key stakeholders
    •     Leads and manages the performance of project staff to ensure delivery of project results to highest quality standards and in accordance with local statutory and EngenderHealth requirements incl. ensures timely and quality implementation and evaluation of approved workplans and budgets and submission in a timely fashion for Project Director’s approval of all narrative and financial reports to a donor.
    •     Reports to Project Director on project programmatic, financial, and operational matters
    •     Coordinates closely with the Project Director  for technical assistance to support delivery of high quality project outcomes and application of best practices in accordance with EngenderHealth’s comprehensive programming approach
    •     Proactively communicates and responds to all relevant internal and external stakeholders in all significant matters related to the performance of the project.
    •     Where required, represents the project at a local level to country partners, other donors and cooperating agencies to further the aims of the project
    •     Ensures the project staff maintain effective and collaborative working relationships with all partners, other donors, stakeholders, and other collaborating agencies
    •     Proactively communicates with country partners on project strategy and workplans, and addresses any partnership issues as the need arises.
    •     Provides leadership to the Nigeria project team to ensure effective achievement of results, collaboration, teamwork, and a good working environment.
    •     Provides programmatic and technical leadership and support to project staff as required
    •     Ensures the project is implemented in a fiscally responsible manner and in full compliance with all laws, regulations, and EngenderHealth policies and procedures.
    •     Represents the project at country level to donor and other key external stakeholders. Obtains Project Director’s approval for participation in major meetings or publications. Reports on discussions with those officials to Project Director.
    •     Contributes to environmental scan for country-level business development
    •     Project Manager may be required to act on behalf of EngenderHealth in relation to non-project activities in Nigeria which will be funded separately.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

    •     Master’s Degree or Ph.D. in health sciences or related advanced degree relevant to the field of RH/FP.
    •     Minimum of 10 years senior level  programmatic and technical experience
    •     At least 5 years experience with management of donor programs including USAID.
    •     Demonstrated management and leadership skills working with the staff of large, complex programs addressing a variety of social and health issues, particularly pertaining to reproductive health and family planning in developing countries
    •     Demonstrated in-depth knowledge of reproductive health and/or maternal health and experience in the design and implementation of such programs
    •     A proven leader, manager, and mentor, with excellent interpersonal skills, capable of directing and managing change, and inspiring teamwork and high-performing teams
    •     A proven ability to meet deadlines in a high volume working environment
    •     Demonstrated strong multi-tasking skills
    •     Demonstrated leadership in working and collaborating with other donors and a wide range of USAID and other donor-funded organizations
    •     Demonstrated strong organizational skills with high-level accuracy and attention to detail
    •     Demonstrated experience nurturing public and private partnerships
    •     Excellent written and oral communication skills applicable in a wide variety of settings
    •     Demonstrated leadership in working with country officials from the public, private commercial, and NGO sectors
    •     Excellent problem-solving skills
    •     Experience of working at a senior level in international organizations
    •     Significant experience of providing field – based programmatic leadership in the area of expertise on either a short or long term basis.
    •     Fluency in English
    •     Ability to travel up to 25%, mostly internally in Nigeria.

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    Reproductive Health and Family Planning Advisor

     

    JOB SUMMARY:
    The Reproductive Health and Family Planning (RH/FP) Advisor will partner with authorities in supported states and staff in supported-sites to strengthen family planning and reproductive health.  Family planning is a key intervention to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity.  Under the direction of the Deputy Project Manager, s/he will be responsible for designing and implementing RH/FP strategies for facility based and community based interventions to increase access to and use of family planning.
     
    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    The Reproductive Health and Family Planning Advisor will:

    •     Develop workplans and budgets and monitor progress to support increased access to family planning in supported states and facilities.
    •     Provide technical assistance in the application and scale up of the EngenderHealth approach to integrating family planning into fistula services and follow-up with stakeholders on their action plans to increase access to family planning
    •     Develop, support and evaluate networks to support FP counseling and service delivery in supported facilities, including a full range of methods to meet clients’ reproductive inentions.
    •     As part of a prevention strategy, develop and implement activities to increase access to and use of  long-acting and reversible methods (IUDs and implants) to those who wish to use them, within the framework of informed choice
    •     Plan, implement and evaluate training for new and existing healthcare providers in supported sites and in the surrounding communities
    •     Partner with the Community Mobilization Officer to implement awareness creation activities for family planning at community level
    •     Work with FP task force where present to increase FP advocacy-level activities.
    •     Collaborate with the M&E Advisor and the Data Collector to capture FP data and monitor uptake in supported facilities.
    •     Prepare and submit in a timely fashion quarterly reports on activities, and other writing assignments as assigned
    •     Other tasks or duties as assigned

    EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:

    •     Relevant post-graduate degree (MPH, etc)
    •     Clinical reproductive health background, e.g., nurse, midwife, preferred.
    •     At least 6 years’ experience in RH/FP.  Experience with maternal health and/or child survival service delivery in Nigeria also an advantage.  
    •     Training or Trainer’s Certificate in Reproductive Health and experience with participatory training, adult-learning theory and practice.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

    •     Demonstrated experience and leadership in RH/FP related activities in Nigeria
    •     Experience with and understanding of MOH structure/systems, and with USAID-funded projects.
    •     Demonstrated ability to lead and work collegially with other technical staff, experts, and with counterparts from the public, private and NGO sectors.
    •     Exceptional interpersonal communication, teamwork, and partnering skills.
    •     Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and Hausa language proficiency.

    Method of Application

    Interested applicants should click here to apply online.

    EngenderHealth provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, amnesty, or status as a Vietnam era or special disabled veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

    EngenderHealth complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

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