Latest NGO Jobs at Society for Family Health (SFH)

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Society for Family Health (SFH) is one of the leading non-governmental public health organisations in Nigeria, implementing programmes in Reproductive Health/Family Planning, HIV & AIDS prevention and treatment, malaria prevention and treatment, primary health care system strengthening and maternal, newborn and child health care. We work in partnership with the Federal and State Governments of Nigeria, the Global Fund, United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Department for International Development (DFID), Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, MSD for Mothers and Children Investment Fund Foundation among other international donors.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Latest NGO Jobs at Society for Family Health

Job Title: Technical Lead – Prevention Care & Treatment

Job ID: sfh-40072
Location: Abuja
Job type: Full-time
Category: Programs
Contract Duration: 8 weeks (may be extended for a further period)

Job Description

  • Head-PCT will provide technical support to implement high-quality care, treatment, and support activities with a primary focus on clinical management of HIV/AIDS including provision of Anti-retroviral therapy (ART).

Job Role
The successful candidate will perform the following functions:

  • To provide technical support for the planning and implementation of Prevention Care and Treatment services at the implementing state level
  • Collaboration with key stakeholders and gatekeepers at national and state l levels to provide an enabling environment for the implementation of HIV prevention and treatment activities among Key Populations in the state.
  • Supervise the implementation of comprehensive operational work plans for HIV prevention, care, and treatment activities for the technical team at the HQ and implementing states.
  • Routinely review program and M&E data and report via DHIS, and CRRF, and prepare and submit monthly quarterly, and annual reports, also routinely review the quality of data on the EMR (LAMIS)

Qualifications/Experience

  • Must possess an MBBS or MPH
  • 7 – 10 years of hands-on experience in implementing HIV-related work at the community level and facility or in resource-constrained settings; should also have 4 years’ experience in HIV Monitoring and Evaluation.
  • Experience in the design and operations of a One Stop Shop (OSS)
  • Good analytical, presentation, and reporting skills.
  • Conversant with the use of electronic medical records (LAMIS)
  • Experience in supervising and mentoring a dynamic team.
  • Ability to think out of the box in solving programmatic bottlenecks.
  • Ability to work independently, and in a team.
  • Experience in writing reports and articles
  • Experience in stakeholder management
  • Ability to use infographics.

Skills and competencies:

  • Creative critical thinker. You understand and value the importance of creating safe spaces for teams to ideate, reflect, and think ‘big’. You know how to ensure rigorous, evidence-based thinking is a part of this creative space so that products are both ambitious and technically sound.
  • Collaborative spark. You know how to foster teams’ enthusiasm and ability to work together to engage with learning and improve. You encourage the team’s desire to problem-solve, helping to apply global and local evidence as teams try new things, and advance toward shared goals for the project. You cultivate vibrant exchanges where diverse perspectives enrich outcomes.
  • An agile executor. You know how to make the work of technical learning and knowledge management feel ‘doable’ to busy teams. You understand how and when to empower colleagues to lead learning efforts, and when it is important to carry the work yourself to enable high-quality outputs without slowing teams’ progress on other primary objectives.
  • A rigorous detective, and communicator. You are an experienced analyst and a thought leader. You know how to move from field observation to data capture, synthesis, and results, applying rubrics effectively to generate systematic findings from design and implementation experience. You know how to take these findings and develop compelling technical knowledge products.
  • Problem Solver You identify the real problem being faced, are diligent in researching the situation and processes behind the problem, understand all the complexities, then draw on your team’s critical thinking to brainstorm possible solutions and determine the best possible resolution.

Compensation & Benefits
The compensation package for this position is very attractive and designed to attract, motivate and retain talented candidates.

Application Closing Date
23rd July, 2023.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Job Title: Young Innovation Officer (Midwife / Nurse / Social Work)

Job ID: sfh-87994
Location: Nasarawa
Job Type: Full-time
Contract Duration: Fixed Term
Department: Programs

Job Profile

  • The Young Innovation Officers will support the design and state-specific innovations and program adaptations in the field. They will be an integral part of the multidisciplinary team to design, test, and adapt.
  • Their deliverables will span Design & adaptation, Surveys, and documentation.
  • They will be supervised by the Regional Coordinators and managed by the BCC Specialist They will also act as advocates for AYSRH in their states and influence policy on ASRH programming these states.

Job Role
The successful candidate will perform the following functions:

  • Lead/ Co-ordinate the Youth – Adult partnership in the multidisciplinary team (bringing in young person’s perspective) for the A360 Amp design phase
  • Attend the Insight gathering workshop (Boot camp).
  • Participation in daily insight gathering and download of information and Participation in daily debrief meetings.
  • Lead and Ensure visibility for the project activities in the state – routine and Special activities within SFH and with external stakeholders
  • Co-ordinate the Commemoration of Special National/ World/ UN days in the states.
  • Co-ordinate and document state adaptive implementation as well as learnings
  • Liaise with Regional Coordinator / PA to identify and document implementation gaps that stem from advocacy needs in the Community, L.G.A and State levels
  • Participation in synthesis workshops to identify themes/points of convergence and design opportunities.
  • Leverage existing structures/systems (e.g. Conferences, TWG meetings, etc.) to facilitate a network of AYSRH youth advocates.
  • Actively participate in State AYSRH meetings along with RC and PA
  • Lead Program/project Surveys and evaluations in the state: Mystery client, Client satisfaction surveys, Client Exit Interviews, Process Evaluations, PAR, Cost Evaluation, and other program Evaluation.
  • Co-ordinate tracking and Reporting of referrals from all digital platforms to providers and Facilities for Counselling and/ or Services.
  • Coordinate WhatsApp Group and other Digital Solutions in the state/ field.

Qualifications / Experience

  • Must possess a First Degree in Nursing or Midwifery (for states), Social Sciences and Humanities, Mass Communication and Digital Communication for HQ. Multitask, mentor, and work with minimal supervision
  • A minimum of one (1) year post-NYSC experience in volunteering, or an equivalent NGO role
  • Not more than 23 years of age at the date of application.
  • Project implementation for service delivery.
  • Basic supervision and monitoring for service delivery.
  • Documentation and reporting.
  • Health commodity tracking.
  • Understanding of NGO space.
  • Good written and oral communication.
  • Knowledge of ASRH issues.

Skills and Competencies:

  • Collaboration and teamwork
  • Resourcefulness and creativity
  • Documentation
  • Customer focused
  • Drive for continuous growth

Compensation & Benefits
The compensation package for this position is very attractive and designed to attract, motivate and retain talented candidates.

Application Closing Date
25th July, 2023.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Job Title: Young Innovation Officer (Midwife / Nurse / Social Work)

Job ID: sfh-53782
Location: Kano
Job Type: Full-time
Contract Duration: Fixed Term
Department: Programs

Job Profile

  • The Young Innovation Officers will support the design and state-specific innovations and program adaptations in the field.
  • They will be an integral part of the multidisciplinary team to design, test, and adapt. Their deliverables will span Design & adaptation, Surveys, and documentation.
  • They will be supervised by the Regional Coordinators and managed by the BCC Specialist They will also act as advocates for AYSRH in their states and influence policy on ASRH programming these states.

Job Role
The successful candidate will perform the following functions:

  • Lead/ Co-ordinate the Youth – Adult partnership in the multidisciplinary team (bringing in young person’s perspective) for the A360 Amp design phase
  • Attend the Insight gathering workshop (Boot camp).
  • Participation in daily insight gathering and download of information and Participation in daily debrief meetings.
  • Lead and Ensure visibility for the project activities in the state – routine and Special activities within SFH and with external stakeholders
  • Co-ordinate the Commemoration of Special National/ World/ UN days in the states.
  • Co-ordinate and document state adaptive implementation as well as learnings.
  • Liaise with Regional Coordinator / PA to identify and document implementation gaps that stem from advocacy needs in the Community, L.G.A and State levels.
  • Participation in synthesis workshops to identify themes/points of convergence and design opportunities.
  • Leverage existing structures/systems (e.g. Conferences, TWG meetings, etc.) to facilitate a network of AYSRH youth advocates.
  • Actively participate in State AYSRH meetings along with RC and PA.
  • Lead Program/project Surveys and evaluations in the state: Mystery client, Client satisfaction surveys, Client Exit Interviews, Process Evaluations, PAR, Cost Evaluation, and other program Evaluation.
  • Co-ordinate tracking and Reporting of referrals from all digital platforms to providers and Facilities for Counselling and/ or Services.
  • Coordinate WhatsApp Group and other Digital Solutions in the state/ field.

Qualifications / Experience

  • Must possess a First Degree in Nursing or Midwifery (for states), Social Sciences and Humanities, Mass Communication and Digital Communication for HQ. Multitask, mentor, and work with minimal supervision
  • A minimum of one (1) year post-NYSC experience in volunteering, or an equivalent NGO role
  • Not more than 23 years of age at the date of application.
  • Project implementation for service delivery.
  • Basic supervision and monitoring for service delivery.
  • Documentation and reporting.
  • Health commodity tracking.
  • Understanding of NGO space.
  • Good written and oral communication.
  • Knowledge of ASRH issues.

Skills and Competencies:

  • Collaboration and teamwork
  • Resourcefulness and creativity
  • Documentation
  • Customer focused
  • Drive for continuous growth

Compensation & Benefits
The compensation package for this position is very attractive and designed to attract, motivate and retain talented candidates.

Application Closing Date
25th July, 2023.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Job Title: Young Innovation Officer (Midwife / Nurse / Social Work)

Job ID: sfh-24425
Location: Jigawa
Job Type: Full-time
Contract Duration: Fixed Term
Department: Programs

Job Profile

  • The Young Innovation Officers will support the design and state-specific innovations and program adaptations in the field.
  • They will be an integral part of the multidisciplinary team to design, test, and adapt. Their deliverables will span Design & adaptation, Surveys, and documentation.
  • They will be supervised by the Regional Coordinators and managed by the BCC Specialist They will also act as advocates for AYSRH in their states and influence policy on ASRH programming these states.

Job Role
The successful candidate will perform the following functions:

  • Lead/ Co-ordinate the Youth – Adult partnership in the multidisciplinary team (bringing in young person’s perspective) for the A360 Amp design phase
  • Attend the Insight gathering workshop (Boot camp).
  • Participation in daily insight gathering and download of information and Participation in daily debrief meetings.
  • Lead and Ensure visibility for the project activities in the state – routine and Special activities within SFH and with external stakeholders
  • Co-ordinate the Commemoration of Special National/ World/ UN days in the states.
  • Co-ordinate and document state adaptive implementation as well as learnings.
  • Liaise with Regional Coordinator / PA to identify and document implementation gaps that stem from advocacy needs in the Community, L.G.A and State levels.
  • Participation in synthesis workshops to identify themes/points of convergence and design opportunities.
  • Leverage existing structures/systems (e.g. Conferences, TWG meetings, etc.) to facilitate a network of AYSRH youth advocates.
  • Actively participate in State AYSRH meetings along with RC and PA.
  • Lead Program/project Surveys and evaluations in the state: Mystery client, Client satisfaction surveys, Client Exit Interviews, Process Evaluations, PAR, Cost Evaluation, and other program Evaluation.
  • Co-ordinate tracking and Reporting of referrals from all digital platforms to providers and Facilities for Counselling and/ or Services.
  • Coordinate WhatsApp Group and other Digital Solutions in the state/ field.

Qualifications / Experience

  • Must possess a First Degree in Nursing or Midwifery (for states), Social Sciences and Humanities, Mass Communication and Digital Communication for HQ.
  • Multitask, mentor, and work with minimal supervision
  • A minimum of one (1) year post-NYSC experience in volunteering, or an equivalent NGO role.
  • Not more than 23 years of age at the date of application.
  • Project implementation for service delivery.
  • Basic supervision and monitoring for service delivery.
  • Documentation and reporting.
  • Health commodity tracking.
  • Understanding of NGO space.
  • Good written and oral communication.
  • Knowledge of ASRH issues.

Skills and Competencies:

  • Collaboration and teamwork
  • Resourcefulness and creativity
  • Documentation
  • Customer focused
  • Drive for continuous growth

Compensation & Benefits
The compensation package for this position is very attractive and designed to attract, motivate and retain talented candidates.

Application Closing Date
25th July, 2023.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Job Title: Quality Focal Person

Job ID: sfh-75925
Location: Nasarawa
Job Type: Full-time
Contract Duration: Fixed Term
Department: Programs

Job Profile

  • The Quality Focal Person will Support the identification, assessment, and selection of facilities and providers for the provision of services to adolescent girls 15 – 19 years, Provide supportive supervisory visits and on-the-job coaching to providers in all a360 facilities providing sexual and reproductive health services for adolescent girls 15 -19 years, ensure quality standards are maintained in all A360 facilities (and supporting Government led facilities) providing sexual and reproductive health services for adolescent girls 15 – 19 years using innovative approaches for designing programs for improving the sexual and reproductive health of adolescent girls (15 – 19 years) and ensure 70% contraceptive continuation is achieved.

Job Role
The successful candidate will perform the following functions:

  • Lead the setup and implementation of all Adolescents 360 service delivery areas.
  • In collaboration with other Adolescents 360 team members, identify health facilities in the state willing to provide safe space for adolescents’ sexual reproductive health services.
  • Recruit facilities that meet set criteria by administering facility assessment checklists.
  • Ensure that the MMA Facilities identified as part of the network maintain recommended standards and abide by the contractual agreement at all times.
  • disorders to effect improved adjustments utilizing various psychological techniques; select appropriate treatment approach and plans frequency, intensity, and duration of individual, group, and family therapies.
  • Ensures that contraceptive continuation is achieved through the conduct of proper follow-up calls/use of the 3Ws and documentation monthly.
  • Ensures proper referral for integrated services for all girls concerned. (GBV, HIV/C/T, PAC services.
  • Ensure Provider Behavior Change Communication (PBCC) (which provides solutions to provider needs to motivate/persuade/ convince providers to adopt the desired behavior usually done on a one-on-one interaction during Supportive supervision with the provider.
  • Conduct supervisory support visits (SSVs) based on needs as per the HNQIS/State schedule (in government-led sites) monitoring plan and on-the-job coaching to MMA facility providers in the state to ensure quality standards are maintained.
  • Maintain a database of all family planning methods and STI cases from 9ja Girls/MMA Network facilities in his/her state (analyzing use against supply to assist forecast for the preceding quarter, monthly.
  • Maintain a record of SSV findings from MMA Network facilities in his/her state.
  • Monthly analysis and action plans for State QoC from the HNQIS dashboard
  • Harmonize and submit monthly reports of Adolescents 360 service delivery activities, in the state, including MIS from the facilities on or before the 5th of each month using approved formats to the State Program Manager and Service Delivery specialist.
  • Develop quarterly work plans for Service delivery and Quality Assurance activities and submit them to State Program Manager and work with monthly activity plans.
  • Develop monthly service delivery activity budget and track to ensure there is no under
  • Support Government led sites to maintain access to high-quality, user-centered, and integrated services for Adolescents

Qualifications / Experience

  • Must be a Certified Nurse Midwife or possess a Nursing Degree (B.Sc. Nursing, with current registration with appropriate national regulatory bodies.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Must possess a minimum of five (5) years post-NYSC working experience in international health and family planning program.
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication (oral and written), and presentation skills
  • Must have a continuous drive for learning and knowledge sharing.
  • Must be excellent at report writing and possess strong M&E skills.
  • Candidates should be experienced in donor-funded projects and advocacy skills.
  • Multitask, mentor, and work with minimal supervision

Skills and Competencies:

  • Flexible Thinking
  • Achievement Focus
  • Performance management
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Professional

Compensation & Benefits
The compensation package for this position is very attractive and designed to attract, motivate and retain talented candidates.

Application Closing Date
25th July, 2023.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Job Title: Quality Focal Person

Location: Kano
Job Type: Full-time
Contract Duration: Fixed Term
Department: Programs

Job Profile

  • The Quality Focal Person will Support the identification, assessment, and selection of facilities and providers for the provision of services to adolescent girls 15 – 19 years, Provide supportive supervisory visits and on-the-job coaching to providers in all a360 facilities providing sexual and reproductive health services for adolescent girls 15 – 19 years, ensure quality standards are maintained in all A360 facilities (and supporting Government led facilities) providing sexual and reproductive health services for adolescent girls 15 – 19 years using innovative approaches for designing programs for improving the sexual and reproductive health of adolescent girls (15 – 19 years) and ensure 70% contraceptive continuation is achieved.

Job Role
The successful candidate will perform the following functions:

  • Lead the setup and implementation of all Adolescents 360 service delivery areas.
  • In collaboration with other Adolescents 360 team members, identify health facilities in the state willing to provide safe space for adolescents’ sexual reproductive health services.
  • Recruit facilities that meet set criteria by administering facility assessment checklists.
  • Ensure that the MMA Facilities identified as part of the network maintain recommended standards and abide by the contractual agreement at all times.
  • disorders to effect improved adjustments utilizing various psychological techniques; select appropriate treatment approach and plans frequency, intensity, and duration of individual, group, and family therapies.
  • Ensures that contraceptive continuation is achieved through the conduct of proper follow-up calls/use of the 3Ws and documentation monthly.
  • Ensures proper referral for integrated services for all girls concerned. (GBV, HIV/C/T, PAC services.
  • Ensure Provider Behavior Change Communication (PBCC) (which provides solutions to provider needs to motivate/persuade/ convince providers to adopt the desired behavior usually done on a one-on-one interaction during Supportive supervision with the provider.
  • Conduct supervisory support visits (SSVs) based on needs as per the HNQIS/State schedule (in government-led sites) monitoring plan and on-the-job coaching to MMA facility providers in the state to ensure quality standards are maintained.
  • Maintain a database of all family planning methods and STI cases from 9ja Girls/MMA Network facilities in his/her state (analyzing use against supply to assist forecast for the preceding quarter, monthly.
  • Maintain a record of SSV findings from MMA Network facilities in his/her state.
  • Monthly analysis and action plans for State QoC from the HNQIS dashboard
  • Harmonize and submit monthly reports of Adolescents 360 service delivery activities, in the state, including MIS from the facilities on or before the 5th of each month using approved formats to the State Program Manager and Service Delivery specialist.
  • Develop quarterly work plans for Service delivery and Quality Assurance activities and submit them to State Program Manager and work with monthly activity plans.
  • Develop monthly service delivery activity budget and track to ensure there is no under..
  • Support Government led sites to maintain access to high-quality, user-centered, and integrated services for Adolescents.

Qualifications / Experience

  • Must be a Certified Nurse Midwife or possess a Nursing Degree (B.Sc. Nursing, with current registration with appropriate national regulatory bodies.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Must possess a minimum of five (5) years post-NYSC working experience in international health and family planning program.
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication (oral and written), and presentation skills
  • Must have a continuous drive for learning and knowledge sharing.
  • Must be excellent at report writing and possess strong M&E skills.
  • Candidates should be experienced in donor-funded projects and advocacy skills.
  • Multitask, mentor, and work with minimal supervision.

Skills and Competencies:

  • Flexible Thinking
  • Achievement Focus
  • Performance management
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Professional.

Compensation & Benefits
The compensation package for this position is very attractive and designed to attract, motivate and retain talented candidates.

Application Closing Date
25th July, 2023.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Job Title: Quality Focal Person

Job ID: sfh-75625
Location: Kaduna
Job Type: Full-time
Contract Duration: Fixed Term
Department: Programs

Job Profile

  • The Quality Focal Person will Support the identification, assessment, and selection of facilities and providers for the provision of services to adolescent girls 15 – 19 years, Provide supportive supervisory visits and on-the-job coaching to providers in all a360 facilities providing sexual and reproductive health services for adolescent girls 15 – 19 years, ensure quality standards are maintained in all A360 facilities (and supporting Government led facilities) providing sexual and reproductive health services for adolescent girls 15 – 19 years using innovative approaches for designing programs for improving the sexual and reproductive health of adolescent girls (15 – 19 years) and ensure 70% contraceptive continuation is achieved.

Job Role
The successful candidate will perform the following functions:

  • Lead the setup and implementation of all Adolescents 360 service delivery areas.
  • In collaboration with other Adolescents 360 team members, identify health facilities in the state willing to provide safe space for adolescents’ sexual reproductive health services.
  • Recruit facilities that meet set criteria by administering facility assessment checklists.
  • Ensure that the MMA Facilities identified as part of the network maintain recommended standards and abide by the contractual agreement at all times.
  • disorders to effect improved adjustments utilizing various psychological techniques; select appropriate treatment approach and plans frequency, intensity, and duration of individual, group, and family therapies.
  • Ensures that contraceptive continuation is achieved through the conduct of proper follow-up calls/use of the 3Ws and documentation monthly.
  • Ensures proper referral for integrated services for all girls concerned. (GBV, HIV/C/T, PAC services.
  • Ensure Provider Behavior Change Communication (PBCC) (which provides solutions to provider needs to motivate/persuade/ convince providers to adopt the desired behavior usually done on a one-on-one interaction during Supportive supervision with the provider.
  • Conduct supervisory support visits (SSVs) based on needs as per the HNQIS/State schedule (in government-led sites) monitoring plan and on-the-job coaching to MMA facility providers in the state to ensure quality standards are maintained.
  • Maintain a database of all family planning methods and STI cases from 9ja Girls/MMA Network facilities in his/her state (analyzing use against supply to assist forecast for the preceding quarter, monthly.
  • Maintain a record of SSV findings from MMA Network facilities in his/her state.
  • Monthly analysis and action plans for State QoC from the HNQIS dashboard
  • Harmonize and submit monthly reports of Adolescents 360 service delivery activities, in the state, including MIS from the facilities on or before the 5th of each month using approved formats to the State Program Manager and Service Delivery specialist.
  • Develop quarterly work plans for Service delivery and Quality Assurance activities and submit them to State Program Manager and work with monthly activity plans.
  • Develop monthly service delivery activity budget and track to ensure there is no under..
  • Support Government led sites to maintain access to high-quality, user-centered, and integrated services for Adolescents.

Qualifications / Experience

  • Must be a Certified Nurse Midwife or possess a Nursing Degree (B.Sc. Nursing, with current registration with appropriate national regulatory bodies.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Must possess a minimum of five (5) years post-NYSC working experience in international health and family planning program.
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication (oral and written), and presentation skills
  • Must have a continuous drive for learning and knowledge sharing.
  • Must be excellent at report writing and possess strong M&E skills.
  • Candidates should be experienced in donor-funded projects and advocacy skills.
  • Multitask, mentor, and work with minimal supervision.

Skills and Competencies:

  • Flexible Thinking
  • Achievement Focus
  • Performance management
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Professional.

Compensation & Benefits
The compensation package for this position is very attractive and designed to attract, motivate and retain talented candidates.

Application Closing Date
25th July, 2023.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Job Title: Quality Focal Person

Job ID: sfh-98509
Location: Jigawa
Job Type: Full-time
Contract Duration: Fixed Term
Department: Programs

Job Profile

  • The Quality Focal Person will Support the identification, assessment, and selection of facilities and providers for the provision of services to adolescent girls 15 – 19 years, Provide supportive supervisory visits and on-the-job coaching to providers in all a360 facilities providing sexual and reproductive health services for adolescent girls 15 -19 years, ensure quality standards are maintained in all A360 facilities (and supporting Government led facilities) providing sexual and reproductive health services for adolescent girls 15 -19 years using innovative approaches for designing programs for improving the sexual and reproductive health of adolescent girls (15 – 19 years) and ensure 70% contraceptive continuation is achieved.

Job Role
The successful candidate will perform the following functions:

  • Lead the setup and implementation of all Adolescents 360 service delivery areas.
  • In collaboration with other Adolescents 360 team members, identify health facilities in the state willing to provide safe space for adolescents’ sexual reproductive health services.
  • Recruit facilities that meet set criteria by administering facility assessment checklists.
  • Ensure that the MMA Facilities identified as part of the network maintain recommended standards and abide by the contractual agreement at all times.
  • disorders to effect improved adjustments utilizing various psychological techniques; select appropriate treatment approach and plans frequency, intensity, and duration of individual, group, and family therapies.
  • Ensures that contraceptive continuation is achieved through the conduct of proper follow-up calls/use of the 3Ws and documentation monthly.
  • Ensures proper referral for integrated services for all girls concerned. (GBV, HIV/C/T, PAC services.
  • Ensure Provider Behavior Change Communication (PBCC) (which provides solutions to provider needs to motivate/persuade/ convince providers to adopt the desired behavior usually done on a one-on-one interaction during Supportive supervision with the provider.
  • Conduct supervisory support visits (SSVs) based on needs as per the HNQIS/State schedule (in government-led sites) monitoring plan and on-the-job coaching to MMA facility providers in the state to ensure quality standards are maintained.
  • Maintain a database of all family planning methods and STI cases from 9ja Girls/MMA Network facilities in his/her state (analyzing use against supply to assist forecast for the preceding quarter, monthly.
  • Maintain a record of SSV findings from MMA Network facilities in his/her state.
  • Monthly analysis and action plans for State QoC from the HNQIS dashboard
  • Harmonize and submit monthly reports of Adolescents 360 service delivery activities, in the state, including MIS from the facilities on or before the 5th of each month using approved formats to the State Program Manager and Service Delivery specialist.
  • Develop quarterly work plans for Service delivery and Quality Assurance activities and submit them to State Program Manager and work with monthly activity plans.
  • Develop monthly service delivery activity budget and track to ensure there is no under..
  • Support Government led sites to maintain access to high-quality, user-centered, and integrated services for Adolescents.

Qualifications / Experience

  • Must be a Certified Nurse Midwife or possess a Nursing Degree (B.Sc. Nursing, with current registration with appropriate national regulatory bodies.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Must possess a minimum of five (5) years post-NYSC working experience in international health and family planning program.
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication (oral and written), and presentation skills
  • Must have a continuous drive for learning and knowledge sharing.
  • Must be excellent at report writing and possess strong M&E skills.
  • Candidates should be experienced in donor-funded projects and advocacy skills.
  • Multitask, mentor, and work with minimal supervision.

Skills and Competencies:

  • Flexible Thinking
  • Achievement Focus
  • Performance management
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Professional.

Compensation & Benefits
The compensation package for this position is very attractive and designed to attract, motivate and retain talented candidates.

Application Closing Date
25th July, 2023.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Application Instruction

  • Click on the link above, you will be transferred to a new page to apply.
  • Follow the instruction and a confirmation mail will be sent to you upon completion of your application.
  • Please include the names and contact details (including telephone and e-mail addresses) of three referees who are knowledgeable about your professional achievements.

Note

  • All applications will be treated in confidence. Candidates without the minimum requirements need not apply.
  • We thank prospective applicants for their interest in working with SFH, however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. SFH is an equal opportunity employer.

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