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Driver – Nigeria Integrated Health Program (IHP)
Child Health Advisor – Nigeria Integrated Health Program
Nutrition Advisor – Nigeria Integrated Health Program
Health System Strengthening and Quality Improvement Coordinator – IHP
IT Specialist – Nigeria Integrated Health Program
Human Resources for Health (HRH) Advisor – Nigeria
Driver – Nigeria Integrated Health Program (IHP)
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationOND
Experience5 years
LocationAbuja, Bauchi, Kebbi, Sokoto
Job FieldTransportation and Driving

Abuja Application Link

Sokoto Application Link

Bauchi Application Link

Kebbi Application Link

Report to: Finance and Operations Manager
Duration: 5 years

Project/ Role Overview

IHP is an integrated health program with an expanded effort with the Government of Nigeria (GON) to identify and support rapid scale-up of proven interventions through improvement of service delivery and strengthening of health systems.
It will focus its support for service delivery in six intervention areas, family planning, malaria, routine immunization, nutrition, maternal/newborn health, and treatment of childhood pneumonia/diarrhea.
Job Brief

The Driver is a full-time position to support the Nigeria Integrated Health Program staff in the safe transport of team members and deliveries. Under immediate supervision of the Operations Manager.
Responsibilities

Drive vehicles as directed, including transporting staff to the field, performing pickups and delivery tasks; responsible for routine vehicle maintenance, including inspecting the vehicle; noting damage, scratches, malfunctions, or problems and reporting any faults to senior driver; and ensuring vehicles are clean, well maintained, and road worthy at all times
Compile trip reports for drivers and weekly log sheets and enter into the fuel consumption report; process monthly fuel requests and consolidate fuel liquidations for office vehicles
Ensure that self and all passengers are wearing seatbelts prior to departure, including those in the back seat
Report any accidents involved while driving project vehicle to the police and appropriate authorities; ensure vehicle has all the required forms before starting a trip.
Act as administrative assistant, when not driving.
Performs any other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the supervisor
Requirements

Have an Ordinary National Diploma (OND);
Be able to communicate in English language;
Have a minimum of 5 years work experience in a similar position within any reputable organization or within an international development project will be an added advantage;
Understand the mechanics of vehicles as this will be advantageous;
Have demonstrable knowledge of Nigerian road networks (with emphasis on Northern Nigeria)
Have demonstrable knowledge of Nigerian driving codes and regulations
Ability to drive and work long hours
Familiar with the culture of the area.
Familiar with the local terrain and routes and respond appropriately, in case of emergency.
Knowledge and fluent understanding of Hausa language will be an added advantage.
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Child Health Advisor – Nigeria Integrated Health Program
Qualification
LocationNigeria
Job Field

Location: Kebbi Application Link

Sokoto Application Link

Bauchi Application Link

Project/ Role Overview

IHP is an integrated health program with an expanded effort with the Government of Nigeria (GON) to identify and support rapid scale-up of proven interventions through improvement of service delivery and strengthening of health systems. It will focus its support for service delivery in six intervention areas, family planning, malaria, routine immunization, nutrition, maternal/newborn health, and treatment of childhood pneumonia/diarrhea.
Overview

State level Child Health Coordinator will be responsible for providing leadership in child and neonatal survival, capacity building, clinical mentoring and supportive supervision in Child Health for an upcoming USAID award in Nigeria.
The State level Child Health Coordinator will provide technical assistance at the State primary health care and community level activities.
This integrated health project aims to contribute to reductions in child and maternal morbidity and mortality in target states, and to increase the capacity of health systems (public and private) to sustainably support quality PHC.
Also, the position will provide support to strengthen community-based services to enhance access, referrals and linkages to the formal PHC system.
The project will operate over a 5-year period.
Responsibilities

Provide technical guidance on child health, Integrated Community Case Management (ICCM), Integrated Management of Childhood Illness interventions (IMCI) through PHC and community-based platforms. Guidance must be sound, evidence-based and responsive to the needs of Bauchi State and USAID. The position will work within a team to support the state to address barriers, and recommended protocols to scale routine immunization, and treatment for malaria, malnutrition, pneumonia, diarrhea and other common child health initiatives.
Provide technical leadership, and build local capacity using proven training approaches on promotion WHO’s Quality of Care Standards for Children (2018).
Provide curriculum review, revision, and master training oversight and follow-up clinical mentoring to promote child health with emphasis on high impact, and integrated child survival interventions.
Provide guidance to facility (PHC) and community-based structures (CHIPS/CORPS) to enhance community based identification of childhood illnesses, and supporting referral systems between communities and facilities to ensure childhood illnesses receive the appropriate level of care.
Liaise with M&E and SPHCDA staff to encourage case management, follow-up, and surveillance of childhood illnesses.
Work with partners, to provide key child health messages to radio-broadcastings, SMS and other community-based health messaging.
Advocate with other ministries, community, NGO’s, and religious leaders to support and promote support and access to best practices for child survival: (Vitamin A, Deworming, Hygiene, Dietary Diversity, iCCM and IMCI).
Contribute to and coordinate with the program’s monitoring and evaluation (M&E) team on activities to ensure that the program meets set targets in accordance with national and USG standards.
Represent program at state level stakeholder meetings and technical working groups in relation to service/quality improvement of RMNCH and related technical areas.
Management:

Contribute to annual work planning, training plans and quarterly reports and other required technical reports.
Contribute to timely, accurate and appropriate reporting of program activities and results.
Ensure quality program implementation consistent with MOH Nigerian Guidelines, global best practices and USAID Nigerian Strategic Directions.
Evaluate program progress against deliverables on a quarterly basis
With the State Technical Director, oversee program design, implementation, quality assurance and monitoring of work plan.
Coordinate with the other members of the technical team and NGO partners to develop and implement feasible facility and community-based approaches
Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor which contribute to the achievement of program goals.
Requirements
Required Qualifications:

State level Child Health Coordinator must be a proven leader in the field of with senior-level management experience in public health programs.
S/he must be well recognized by the RMNCH community in Nigeria.
The Coordinator must be intimately familiar with the context in Nigeria and have in-country experience with USAID programs.
Additional qualifications include:

An experienced Child Health Advisor or any other closely related health care professional; other related courses (e.g. MPH, Nursing or other relevant degree) will be an advantage.
Minimum 7 years of experience working in Child Health, or public health in Africa, preferably in Nigeria
Demonstrated expertise in working directly with host-country senior government officials and policy makers in child survival and MNCH.
Experience working with host-country partners, organizations, and institutions
Strong skills in design, implementation and monitoring of program components; e.g. services, training, supportive supervision, clinical mentoring, patient counseling, advocacy and coordination.
Demonstrated capacity to work with African experts and partners in developing technical materials and providing training to improve service delivery, advocacy and resource mobilization for expanding quality improvement of MNCH services.
Experience with technical leadership for programs funded by USAID and/or other donor programs in developing countries, with significant Nigeria experience.
Strong verbal, listening, writing, and intrapersonal skills essential for effective coordination among several institutions and staff involved in a broad range of activities.
Fluent in English, (written and oral communication) and Hausa and/or Fulfulde.
Willingness to travel throughout Nigeria as necessary.
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Nutrition Advisor – Nigeria Integrated Health Program
QualificationMBA/MSc/MA
Experience7 years
LocationBauchi, Kebbi, Sokoto
Job FieldMedical / Healthcare NGO/Non-Profit

Location: Sokoto Application Link

Kebbi Application Link

Bauchi Application Link

Project/ Role Overview

IHP is an integrated health program with an expanded effort with the Government of Nigeria (GON) to identify and support rapid scale-up of proven interventions through improvement of service delivery and strengthening of health systems.
It will focus its support for service delivery in six intervention areas, family planning, malaria, routine immunization, nutrition, maternal/newborn health, and treatment of childhood pneumonia/diarrhea.
Overview

State level Nutrition Advisor will be responsible for providing leadership in nutrition capacity building, clinical mentoring and supportive supervision in the technical area of nutrition for an upcoming USAID award in Nigeria.
The State level Nutrition Advisor will provide technical assistance at the State primary health care and community level activities. This integrated health project aims to contribute to reductions in child and maternal morbidity and mortality in target states, and to increase the capacity of health systems (public and private) to sustainably support quality PHC.
Also, the position will provide support to strengthen community-based services to enhance access, referrals and linkages to the formal PHC system. The project will operate over a 5-year period.
Responsibilities

Provide technical guidance on nutrition specific interventions through PHC and community-based platforms. Guidance must be sound, evidence-based and responsive to the needs of Sokoto State and USAID
Provide technical leadership, and build local capacity using proven training approaches on promotion of exclusive breastfeeding through the revised WHO guidelines for Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (for optimal breastfeeding promotion), the Baby Friendly Community Initiative and Comprehensive Infant and Young Child Feeding practices.
Provide curriculum review, revision, and master training oversight and follow-up clinical mentoring to promote maternal nutrition (nutrition in pregnancy, nutrition while breastfeeding, management of diarrhea), and nutrition through the lifecycle with emphasis on complementary feeding (6-23 months) and dietary diversity.
Provide guidance on how to incorporate high impact nutrition services (maternal/child supplementation, EBF promotion) into antenatal, intra and post-partum care, as well as integrated management of childhood illness protocols and integrated community case management protocols.
Provide guidance to facility (PHC) and community-based structures (CHIPS/CORPS) to enhance community based nutrition counseling and case detection and referral of MAM/CMAM cases for appropriate treatment and counseling.
Liaise with the SPHCDA, PHCs, and UNICEF-supported CMAM sites to support follow-up, and case management activities within the community.
Liaise with M&E and SPHCDA staff to encourage case management, follow-up, and surveillance of nutritional status.
Work with SPHCDA to initiate a nutritious cooking demonstrations within the PHC. The nutrition advisor will review/modify an associated curriculum design, and develop supervision methods to scale PHC-based, participatory cooking demonstrations emphasizing use of in-season, locally available nutritious and diverse foods.
Work with partners, to provide key nutrition messages to radio-broadcasted, cooking contests that promote award-winning nutritious recipes in order to facilitate awareness about how to cook diverse, local foods.
Advocate with other ministries, community, NGO’s, and religious leaders to support and promote support and access to best practices for nutrition: (breastfeeding, water, sanitation and hygiene, infant and young child feeding and household dietary diversity)
Contribute to and coordinate with the program’s monitoring and evaluation (M&E) team on activities to ensure that the program meets set targets in accordance with national and USG standards.
Represent program at state level stakeholder meetings and technical working groups in relation to service/quality improvement of RMNCH and related technical areas.
Management:

Contribute to annual work planning, training plans and quarterly reports and other required technical reports.
Contribute to timely, accurate and appropriate reporting of program activities and results.
Ensure quality program implementation consistent with MOH Nigerian Guidelines, global best practices and USAID Nigerian Strategic Directions.
Evaluate program progress against deliverables on a quarterly basis
With the State Technical Director, oversee program design, implementation, quality assurance and monitoring of work plan.
Coordinate with the other members of the technical team and NGO partners to develop and implement feasible facility and community-based approaches
Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor which contribute to the achievement of program goals.
Required Qualifications
State level Nutrition Advisor must be a proven leader in the field of with senior-level management experience in public health programs. S/he must be well recognized by the RMNCH community in Nigeria. The Advisor must be intimately familiar with the context in Nigeria and have in-country experience with USAID programs. Additional qualifications include:

An experienced Nutrition Advisor or any other closely related health care professional; other related courses (e.g. MPH, MSC, dietetics or other relevant degree) will be an advantage.
Minimum 7 years of experience working in Nutrition in Africa, preferably in Nigeria
Demonstrated expertise in working directly with host-country senior government officials and policy makers in nutrition and MNCH.
Experience working with host-country partners, organizations, and institutions
Strong skills in design, implementation and monitoring of program components; e.g. services, training, supportive supervision, clinical mentoring, patient counseling, advocacy and coordination.
Demonstrated capacity to work with African experts and partners in developing technical materials and providing training to improve service delivery, advocacy and resource mobilization for expanding quality improvement of RMNCH services.
Experience with technical leadership for programs funded by USAID and/or other donor programs in developing countries, with significant Nigeria experience.
Strong verbal, listening, writing, and intrapersonal skills essential for effective coordination among several institutions and staff involved in a broad range of activities.
Fluent in English, (written and oral communication) and Hausa and/or Fulfulde.
Willingness to travel throughout Nigeria as necessary.
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Health System Strengthening and Quality Improvement Coordinator – IHP
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationMBA/MSc/MA
Experience7 years
LocationBauchi
Job FieldMedical / Healthcare NGO/Non-Profit

Project/ Role Overview

IHP is an integrated health program with an expanded effort with the Government of Nigeria (GON) to identify and support rapid scale-up of proven interventions through improvement of service delivery and strengthening of health systems.
It will focus its support for service delivery in six intervention areas, family planning, malaria, routine immunization, nutrition, maternal/newborn health, and treatment of childhood pneumonia/diarrhea.
Overview

Zonal Office Health System Strengthening (HSS) and Quality Improvement (QI) Coordinator will be responsible for providing overall leadership and coordination of the zonal office in addition to providing technical leadership in health systems strengthening and QI.
The Zonal Office HSS/QI Coordinator will provide technical assistance to the LGAs and support LGAs in training and coach facilities and communities.
The Zonal Office HSS/QI Coordinator will provide technical assistance across areas of health systems strengthening and develop capacity in adaptive management and quality improvement to continually strengthen systems and services.
This integrated health project aims to contribute to reductions in child and maternal morbidity and mortality in target states, and to increase the capacity of health systems (public and private) to sustainably support quality PHC.
Also, the position will provide support to strengthen community-based services to enhance access, referrals and linkages to the formal PHC system. The project will operate over a 5-year period.
Responsibilities

Provide technical leadership to and build capacity of LGA officials to use available data and information to make strategic decisions for planning, budgeting and supervising systems for health financing, health workforce, service delivery, supply chain, governance and accountability.
Facilitate and support LGA officials to adapt and implement state-wide policies including, but not limited to, Primary Health Care Under One Roof (PHCUOR), One PHC per Ward, Integrated Supportive Supervision
Build capacity of LGAs to strengthen Facility Health Committees (FHC) and Ward Development Committees (WDCs) to fulfill their functions and to work with health providers to improve care.
Participate in catchment LGAs’ planning meetings, data and progress reviews to provide technical assistance and guidance and adapt/target IHP technical assistance plans, as necessary to address needs.
Conduct regular internal review and analysis of program and quality improvement data for catchment LGAs to determine progress towards goals and gaps and develop plans for technical assistance to address gaps.
Build capacity of LGAs to use quality improvement methodology to improve service delivery, coverage, referral, and health system management, including training and ongoing coaching to LGA officials.
Support and mentor LGAs to train and coach health care providers at facility and community, FHCs, and WDCs in quality improvement.
Coordinate scheduling of program-wide technical assistance activities for catchment LGAs.
Management:

Manage the overall activities of the zonal office, including planning and coordinating technical assistance activities.
Coordinate planning and implementation closely with LGA and Sanitorial Zone officials.
Communicate regularly with the Bauchi office on progress, challenges, need for technical assistance or support.
Supervise two QI Specialists and Data Analyst, including overseeing day-to-day work, providing performance reviews, and administrative issues.
Oversee financial and administrative operations of the zonal office.
Contribute to program-wide annual work planning, training plans and quarterly reports and other required technical reports.
Contribute to timely, accurate and appropriate reporting of program activities and results.
Ensure quality program implementation consistent with MOH Nigerian Guidelines, global best practices and USAID Nigerian Strategic Directions.
Evaluate program progress against deliverables on a quarterly basis.
With the State Technical Director, oversee program design, implementation, quality assurance and monitoring of work plan.
Coordinate with the other members of the technical team and NGO partners to develop and implement feasible facility and community-based approaches.
Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor which contribute to the achievement of program goals.
Required Qualifications

The Zonal Office HSS/QI Coordinator must be experienced professional in the field of health systems strengthen, have experience with quality assurance and improvement approaches, and have project management experience in public health programs.
The Coordinator must be intimately familiar with the context in Nigeria and have in-country experience with USAID programs. Additional qualifications include:

An experienced Health Systems Strengthening Advisor or any other closely related health care professional; other related courses (e.g. MD, RN, MPH, MPA, or other relevant degree) will be an advantage.
Minimum 7 years of experience working in Health Systems Strengthening in Africa, preferably in Nigeria
Experience with quality assurance and quality improvement approaches is preferred.
Minimum of 5 years of experience managing programs, including administrative and financial oversight and supervisory responsibilities.
Demonstrated experience in working with host-country partners, organizations, and institutions
Strong skills in design, implementation and monitoring of program components; e.g. health systems strengthening, qual training, supportive supervision, advocacy and coordination.
Demonstrated capacity to work with African experts and partners in developing technical materials and providing training to improve service delivery, advocacy and resource mobilization.
Experience with technical leadership for programs funded by USAID and/or other donor programs in developing countries, with significant Nigeria experience.
Strong verbal, listening, writing, and intrapersonal skills essential for effective coordination among several institutions and staff involved in a broad range of activities.
Fluent in English, (written and oral communication) and Hausa and/or Fulfulde.
Willingness to travel throughout Nigeria as necessary.
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IT Specialist – Nigeria Integrated Health Program
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND MBA/MSc/MA
Experience5 years
LocationBauchi, Kebbi, Sokoto
Job FieldICT / Computer

Location: Kebbi Application Link

Sokoto Application Link

Bauchi Application Link
Reports to Finance and Operations Manager
Duration: 5 years

Project/ Role Overview

IHP is an integrated health program with an expanded effort with the Government of Nigeria (GON) to identify and support rapid scale-up of proven interventions through improvement of service delivery and strengthening of health systems.
It will focus its support for service delivery in six intervention areas, family planning, malaria, routine immunization, nutrition, maternal/newborn health, and treatment of childhood pneumonia/diarrhoea.
Job Description

The IT Officer is the first point of contact and initial point of support for technical requests, assistance and advice to field staff for software, hardware and services utilized throughout the country.
The IT Officer will be expected to ensure that IT&T infrastructure is fully operational, strategically appropriate and compliant.
Responsibilities

Provide a high level of customer service through telephone, email and face to face support of desktop PCs, notebooks, printers and telecommunication products;
Monitor and resolve support incidents as they are logged in the IT support systems;
Appropriately forward questions and/or problems to higher level tiers as identified;
Ensure all requests are responded to within agreed internal SLA’s;
Assist in the enrolment of Corporate staff;
Assist with the deployment of PC and Laptop equipment using appropriate imaging and deployment tools.
Ensure system security and integrity, especially in relation to user access rights;
Perform and monitor regular housekeeping procedures including data backup;
Ensure that the IT&T disaster recovery processes and business continuity plan are current, documented and tested, ensuring timely resumption of services in the event of a disaster or prolonged outage.
Ensure that IT&T expenditure is kept within budget.
Liaise with Senior Executives and other levels of management as required on any issues concerning or involving Information Technology & Telecommunications, so that the appropriate parties are fully aware of all important IT&T issues at all times.
Proactively participate in, assist and advise all continuous improvement project teams that require IT&T involvement.
Candidate Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Computer Engineering or related discipline; master’s degree (preferred)
Total minimum of 5 years relevant work experience
Experience with Microsoft Windows Desktop Operating Systems specifically Windows 7.
Experience with Microsoft Windows Server Operating Systems.
General knowledge of computer hardware and software.
Network experience
Aptitude and interest for technical activities
Have the ability to multitask, work under pressure, take initiative, and acquire and apply technical skills as necessary
Excellent communication skills
Ability to quickly understand complex problems and devise effective solutions
Willing to maintain and create IT application and process documentation.
Key competencies and professional expertise required:

Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Sound analytical, problem solving and decision making skills
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Human Resources for Health (HRH) Advisor – Nigeria
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND MBA/MSc/MA
Experience7 years
LocationBauchi, Sokoto
Job FieldHuman Resources / HR

Location: Sokoto Application Link

Bauchi Application Link

Project/ Role Overview

IHP is an integrated health program with an expanded effort with the Government of Nigeria (GON) to identify and support rapid scale-up of proven interventions through improvement of service delivery and strengthening of health systems.
It will focus its support for service delivery in six intervention areas, family planning, malaria, routine immunization, nutrition, maternal/newborn health, and treatment of childhood pneumonia/diarrhea.
Overview

Sokoto’s State level Human Resources for Health (HRH) Advisor will be responsible for providing leadership in human resources policies, capacity building, training, task sharing activities and supportive supervision for an upcoming USAID award in Nigeria.
The State level HRH Advisor will provide technical assistance at the State primary health care and community level activities. This integrated health project aims to contribute to reductions in child and maternal morbidity and mortality in Sokoto state, and to increase the capacity of health workforce (public and private) to sustainably support quality PHC service delivery. Also, the position will provide support to strengthen community-based services to enhance access, referrals and linkages to the formal PHC system. The project will operate over a 5-year period.
Responsibilities

Provide technical guidance on HRH specific interventions through PHC facility- and community-based platforms. Guidance must be sound, evidence-based and responsive to the needs of Sokoto State and USAID.
Provide technical leadership, and build local capacity using proven approaches on task/sharing through the revised WHO guidelines and Nigeria’s national task/shifting guidelines.
Support the monitoring and analysis of health workforce needs, based on improved quality, completeness and timeliness of HRH data, including on production, numbers, distribution and retention of health workers, and analysis of skill mix and competencies required to meet current and future health service needs.
Provide guidance to facility (PHC) and community-based structures (CHIPS/CORPS) to enhance community-based HRH for appropriate training, mentoring and supportive supervision.
Provide technical solutions to address and improve the shortage, maldistribution and uneven performance of state health care workers.
Support the development and implementation of Sate strategic plans for Human Resources for Health that are based on best available evidence and are designed to support improvements in MNCH.
Supporting review and innovate health workforce education and training to adapt to health needs of current health system reforms in the state.
Support policies to address health workforce migration, retention, and performance, especially in rural and hard-to-reach areas.
Build-up partnerships and networks, with development partners, other USAID projects, bilateral and multilateral agencies.
Support the development and implementation of Sokoto’s IHP strategy on HRH, within the context of the PHC strategy on health system strengthening to improve maternal and child health.
Maintain up to date informed-based developments on health workforce strengthening at country level as well as regional trends in HRH, with a focus on key trends in transformative education; health workforce retention and migration and improved HRH finance and governance.
Provide technical advice and support to State authorities as requested to ensure HRH development in accordance with health service requirements and overall health sector priorities and plans, based on best available evidence.
Support strengthen health workforce governance, including health workforce policy and strategy; regulations and incentives, and engagement with other parts of government involved in HRH development, deployment and retention.
Facilitate improvements in State HRH information systems to generate quality HRH data to monitor progress on HRH, for national reporting needs.
Participate in relevant multi-state activities to develop capacity in priority HRH areas, by interaction with other USAID projects. Collaborate and promote, effective partnership between health professional regulatory bodies & professional associations, and among international development agencies working on HRH.
Contribute to and coordinate with the program’s monitoring and evaluation (M&E) team on activities to ensure that the program meets set targets in accordance with national and USG standards.
Represent program at state level stakeholder meetings and technical working groups in relation to service/quality improvement of RMNCH and related technical areas.
Management:

Contribute to annual work planning, training plans and quarterly reports and other required technical reports.
Contribute to timely, accurate and appropriate reporting of program activities and results.
Ensure quality program implementation consistent with MOH Nigerian Guidelines, global best practices and USAID Nigerian Strategic Directions.
Evaluate program progress against deliverables on a quarterly basis
With the State Technical Director, oversee program design, implementation, quality assurance and monitoring of work plan.
Coordinate with the other members of the technical team and NGO partners to develop and implement feasible facility and community-based approaches
Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor which contribute to the achievement of program goals.
Requirements
Required Qualifications:

State level HRH Advisor must be a proven leader in the field of with senior-level management experience in public health programs. The Advisor will have expertise and up-to-date knowledge and skills in human resources for health policy, planning, transformative education, management, retention and HR information development and use; substantial knowledge of public health and health systems, with an in-depth knowledge of the relationship between human resources and the development of health systems for PHC. HRH policy and practice S/he must be well recognized by the HRH community in Nigeria. The Advisor must be intimately familiar with the context in Nigeria and have in-country experience with USAID programs.
Additional qualifications include:

An experienced HRH Advisor or any other closely related health care professional; other related courses (e.g. MPH, M.Sc, or other relevant Degree) will be an advantage.
Minimum 7 years of experience working in HRH in Africa, preferably in Nigeria
Demonstrated expertise in working directly with host-country senior government officials and policy makers in HRH and MNCH.
Experience working with host-country partners, organizations, and institutions
Strong skills in design, implementation and monitoring of program components; e.g. services, training, supportive supervision, clinical mentoring, patient counseling, advocacy and coordination.
Demonstrated capacity to work with African experts and partners in developing technical materials and providing training to improve service delivery, advocacy and resource mobilization for expanding quality improvement of RMNCH services.
Experience with technical leadership for programs funded by USAID and/or other donor programs in developing countries, with significant Nigeria experience.
Strong verbal, listening, writing, and intrapersonal skills essential for effective coordination among several institutions and staff involved in a broad range of activities.
Fluent in English, (written and oral communication) and Hausa and/or Fulfulde.
Willingness to travel throughout Nigeria as necessary.

Method of Application

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