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  • Posted on: 22 October, 2019 Deadline: 29 October, 2019
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  • Medecins Sans Frontières is a private, non-profit international humanitarian organization dedicated to providing medical assistance to populations in crisis, without discrimination and regardless of race, religion, creed or political affiliation. In Jahun, Jigawa State MSF France works with the MoH to in maternal and new-born health in the Jahun Government hospital and in some primary health care facilities.

    Quantitative Interviewer

     

    Location: Jahun, Jigawa

    Context

    • The AMoCo Study (Abortion-related Morbidity and mortality in Conflict-affected settings) aims to describe and estimate the burden of abortion-related complications, particularly near-miss complications and deaths, and their associated factors among women presenting for abortion-related complications in health facilities supported by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in African fragile and/or conflict-affected settings.

    Job Description
    Accountabilities / Responsibilities (non-exhaustive list):

    • Implement the data collection of the quantitative interview component in the questionnaire in compliance with the study protocol, and seek assistance from the Site Study Coordinator, when necessary
    • Ensure full implementation of Good Clinical Practices principles, especially the ethical principles;
    • Implement the procedures of women enrollment and informed consent for participation in the quantitative interview in compliance with the study protocol;
    • Complete the filling of the quantitative questionnaires and all the forms related to the quantitative interview;
    • Ensure all documents of the quantitative interview component are present and secured in the Study site files and update them regularly;
    • Assist with the organization and safety of the quantitative interview component (informed consents, questionnaires, etc.);
    • Facilitate the logistics of clients and ensure that all the steps are completed ethically and seamlessly, including referral processes to professionals and services as needed by the women, referral to the qualitative interview if eligible; etc.
    • If necessary, assist in the implementation of the internal monitoring plan
    • Assist and accompany the site study coordinator with all other study-related tasks as needed.

    Required Skills and Conditions
    Education:

    • Degree in Social Science, Public Health, Social Support/Assistance, Education or equivalent

    Experience:

    • Experience in supporting women in vulnerable situations (for e.g. reproductive health issues like sexual violence, abortion-related issues, etc.);
    • Experience in quantitative interview (quantitative questionnaires) preferably on sexual and reproductive health or other sensitive issues

    Other:

    • Empathy, effective interpersonal supportive skills and clear sensitivity to vulnerable women’s reproductive health issues
    • Languages: Fluent English (speaking, reading, writing); Fluent Hausa (speaking, reading and writing is an advantage)
    • Computer Literacy: Excel and Word required.

    Conditions

    • Work Location: Jahun, Jigawa State, Nigeria,
    • Permanent position: subject to probationary period
    • Gross salary per month: N334,159 (Three Hundred Thirty Four Thousand One Hundred Fifty Nine Naira)

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    Medical Data Processing Officer

     


    Location:
    Jahun, Jigawa
    Permanent position: Subject to probationary period

    Background

    • The AMoCo Study (Abortion-related Morbidity and mortality in Conflict-affected settings) aims to describe and estimate the burden of abortion-related complications, particularly near-miss complications and deaths, and their associated factors among women presenting for abortion-related complications in health facilities supported by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in African fragile and/or conflict-affected settings.

    Accountabilities / Responsibilities

    • Enter quantitative data from the study into the study electronic databases;
    • Implement the double quantitative data entry system and the quantitative data quality system;
    • Ensure all documents for the quantitative data entry are present and safe in the Study site file and update them regularly via standardized and safe file transfer protocols;
    • Ensure the organization, confidentiality and security of all quantitative study documents (informed consents, CRF, questionnaires);
    • If necessary, assist in the implementation of the internal monitoring plan
    • Assist and accompany the site study coordinator with all other study-related tasks as needed

    Required Skills and Conditions

    • Education: Essential, higher education with proven computer literacy, degree in Information and Technology (IT) or mathematics field, desirable
    • Experience: Work experience in data entry, monitoring and evaluation, reproductive health, human rights, or other relevant field, is a plus;
    • Languages: Fluent English (speaking, reading); Fluent Hausa (speaking ,reading)
    • Computer Literacy: Excel and Word required (EpiData, EpiInfo, CommCare, Access, RedCap, programming is a plus); Quick and accurate keyboard skills.

    Salary
    Gross salary per month: N178,380.

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    Study Clinician

     

    Location: Jahun, Jigawa
    Permanent position: Subject to probationary period

    Background

    • The AMoCo Study (Abortion-related Morbidity and mortality in Conflict-affected settings) aims to describe and estimate the burden of abortion-related complications, particularly near-miss complications and deaths, and their associated factors among women presenting for abortion-related complications in health facilities supported by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in African fragile and/or conflict-affected settings.

    Accountabilities / Responsibilities (non-exhaustive list)

    • Implement the data collection of the medical record review component in compliance with the study protocol hand in hand with the clinician in charge of the medical management of the eligible and included women, and seek assistance from the Site Study Coordinator, when necessary
    • Ensure full implementation of Good Clinical Practices principles, especially the ethical principles;
    • Monitor and facilitate the procedures of patient opt-out processes for the medical record review component;
    • Identify eligible women to the medical record review, screen them for eligibility and then include them if they are eligible and if they didn’t opt-out
    • Complete the filling of case report forms and all forms related to the medical record review hand in hand with the clinician in charge of the medical management of the eligible and included women;
    • Identify women eligible for quantitative and qualitative interviews in compliance with the study protocol and inclusion and exclusion criteria set out in that document
    • Propose to eligible women to get more information about the quantitative and/or qualitative interviews components
    • If they accept, link them with the adequate interviewers who will proceed with the informed consent processes to participate in the interviews
    • Ensure all documents of the medical record review components are present and secured in the Study site files and update them regularly;
    • Assist with the organization and safety of the medical record review documents;
    • Facilitate the logistics of clients and ensure that all the steps are completed ethically and seamlessly, including introduction to the quantitative and qualitative interview processes;
    • If necessary, assist in the implementation of the internal monitoring plan
    • Assist and accompany the site study coordinator with all other study-related tasks as needed.

    Required Skills and Conditions

    • Education: Medical/clinical Diploma: medical doctor, midwife (or obstetric nurse) with Diploma of Epidemiology or Public Health, or other relevant degree, preferred but not essential
    • Experience: Experience in the provision of Post-Abort care and in in clinical research.
    • Other: Interest in research on maternal health
    • Languages: Fluent English (speaking, reading, writing); Fluent Hausa (speaking , reading and writing) is an advantage
    • Computer Literacy: Excel and Word required.

    Salary
    Gross salary per month: N380,942 (Three hundred eighty thousand nine hundred forty two Nairas)

    Method of Application

    Interested and qualified candidates should send their Cover Letter, CV, qualifications and contact details by email to: msff-jahun-recruitment@paris.msf.org using "Quantitative Interviewer" OR Medical Data Processing officer" OR Study Clinician as the subject of the mail.

    Note

    • Non-compliant or late applications will not be considered
    • Only successful applicants will be called for written test and interview.

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