Community Health Extension Worker - CHEW
AHNI
Benue
6d ago
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    Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) is a non-profit organization that promotes socio-economic development by supporting global health and economic initiatives in Nigeria.

    AHNi currently has its headquarters in Abuja, Nigeria. To strengthen our operations and interventions in the country.

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    Contract Type : 4 Month Fixed Terms

    Project Summary

    The UNFPA Integrated Reproductive Health & Mentoring activity is a 6-month intervention implemented by FHI 360 and Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) in Borno and Benue states.

    The overall goal of the activity is to meet the most urgent reproductive health (RH) and mentoring needs of 285,000 conflict affected underserved adolescents, youth and women through gender sensitive, rights-

    based approaches within host and reclaimed communities and IDP camps in north-east (Borno) and north central Nigeria (Benue).

    Responsibilities

    State Project Coordinator will be responsible for supporting technical and supervision of project activities to increase access to reproductive health services to women, young women and girls and their partners in Borno and Benue states.

    S / he will oversee quality assurance of all program activities; ensure adherence to timelines and submission of deliverables.

    The incumbent will lead program monitoring, evaluating, and periodic reporting as related to in coordination with team.

    Minimum Recruitment Standards

  • Master’s degree in Public Health or the Social Sciences or a minimum of seven years working in a technical leadership role, with at least five years in RMNCH / Programs / Technical interventions related to RH, gender and AGYW mentoringExperience and / or knowledge of reproductive maternal newborn and child health programmes in Nigeria;
  • Preferred work experience in Nigeria, preferably in conflict affected states in the north-east (Borno) and north-central (Benue);
  • Fluency in English, strong writing and presentation skills. Local language skills will be an asset;Strong communication skills to collaborate with state governments, local and international NGOs and community leaders and similar stakeholders,Demonstrated ability to achieve results in restrictive development operating environments;
  • Computer skills in Microsoft Word, excel, power point and Outlook at minimum

    Contract Type : 4 Month Fixed Terms

    Project Summary

    The UNFPA Integrated Reproductive Health & Mentoring activity is a 6-month intervention implemented by FHI 360 and Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) in Borno and Benue states.

    The overall goal of the activity is to meet the most urgent reproductive health (RH) and mentoring needs of 285,000 conflict affected underserved adolescents, youth and women through gender sensitive, rights-

    based approaches within host and reclaimed communities and IDP camps in north-east (Borno) and north central Nigeria (Benue).

    Responsibilities

    Community Health Extension Workers - CHEW will deliver quality integrated reproductive health, services in target communities and facilities through mobile outreaches in communities and facilities and documentation of all activities in target communities in intervention states.

    Minimum Recruitment Standards

    Registered CHEW with a minimum of 3 years’ post qualification experience.Possess appropriate certification in nationally approved training packages for Family Planning, Emergency Obstetric Care and other Sexual and Reproductive Health PackagesFluency in written and spoken English, proficiency in local dialect and Hausa language is required.

    Ability to work well with others and to develop and maintain compatibility among project staff, subcontractors, consultants and recipients of assistance.

  • Computer skills in Microsoft Word, excel, power point and Outlook at minimum (adsbygoogle ).push( );
  • Contract Type : 4 Month Fixed Terms

    Project Summary

    The UNFPA Integrated Reproductive Health & Mentoring activity is a 6-month intervention implemented by FHI 360 and Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) in Borno and Benue states.

    The overall goal of the activity is to meet the most urgent reproductive health (RH) and mentoring needs of 285,000 conflict affected underserved adolescents, youth and women through gender sensitive, rights-

    based approaches within host and reclaimed communities and IDP camps in north-east (Borno) and north central Nigeria (Benue).

    Responsibilities

    Community Mobilization Assistant Under the direction of the Community Mobilization Coordinator, will support in ensuring a close working relationship between IDPs, host communities and relevant government stakeholders as well at implementing partners to achieve desired objectives.

    S / he will be responsible for ensuring seamless community entry to internally displaced persons camps, with gatekeepers in host communities, health care workers, local emergency and humanitarian response stakeholders, religious leaders, adolescent girls, young women and their caregivers to ensure project gains sustainable support.

    Minimum Recruitment Standards

  • Diploma in Sociology, Social Work or Community Development with at least 5 years work experience especially in OVC and girls training / HIV / AIDS and gender issues;
  • 1 year experience in community mobilizationPreferred work experience in conflict affected states in Nigeria;Fluency in English, strong writing and presentation skills.

  • Local language skills will be an added advantage;Strong communication (particularly community entry skills) to collaborate with community leaders, state governments and local NGOs;
  • Sensitivity to socio-cultural context in communities;Willingness to travel up to 60% of the time

    Contract Type : 4 Month Fixed Terms

    Project Summary

    The UNFPA Integrated Reproductive Health & Mentoring activity is a 6-month intervention implemented by FHI 360 and Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) in Borno and Benue states.

    The overall goal of the activity is to meet the most urgent reproductive health (RH) and mentoring needs of 285,000 conflict affected underserved adolescents, youth and women through gender sensitive, rights-

    based approaches within host and reclaimed communities and IDP camps in north-east (Borno) and north central Nigeria (Benue).

    Responsibilities

    Community Mobilization Coordinator Under the direction of the State project coordinator, S / he will be responsible for working closely with the IRHM team to foster and strengthen relationships between the IDPs, host communities and relevant government stakeholders as well as implementing partners to achieve desired objectives.

    S / he will be responsible for working closely with internally displaced persons camp (IDP) officials, gatekeepers in host communities, health care workers, local emergency and humanitarian response stakeholders, religious leaders, adolescent girls, young women and their caregivers to ensure project gains sustainable support.

    The Community Mobilization Coordinator is also expected to create a network of support and participation with the local government departments that can provide caregivers with critical knowledge, expertise and means to empower their financial productivity and know how.

    Minimum Recruitment Standards

  • Bachelor’s Degree / Diploma in Sociology, Social Work or Community Development with at least 5 years work experience especially in OVC and gitls training / HIWAIDS and gender issues;
  • 3 to 5 years’ relevant experience with a sound understanding of programming in resource constrained settings;Preferred work experience in conflict affected states in north-

  • east Nigeria;Fluency in English, strong writing and presentation skills. Local language skills will be an added advantage;
  • Strong communication (particularly community entry skits) to collaborate with community leaders, state governments and local NGOs;
  • Sensitivity to socio-cultural Context in communities in Benue.

    Contract Type : 4 Month Fixed Terms

    Project Summary

    The UNFPA Integrated Reproductive Health & Mentoring activity is a 6-month intervention implemented by FHI 360 and Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) in Borno and Benue states.

    The overall goal of the activity is to meet the most urgent reproductive health (RH) and mentoring needs of 285,000 conflict affected underserved adolescents, youth and women through gender sensitive, rights-

    based approaches within host and reclaimed communities and IDP camps in north-east (Borno) and north central Nigeria (Benue).

    Responsibilities

  • Quality Improvement Officer under the direct supervision of the Project Coordinator and with the support of Technical Team and RMNCH will be responsible for the quality of the data collected from the field;
  • for performing statistical analysis at National level; for facilitating the strengthening of the quality of services provided;
  • and for assisting the M&E Officer in any other relevant tasks.

    Minimum Recruitment Standards

    Epidemiology. 1-3 years of field experience in Monitoring and Evaluation in reproductive health or HIV / AIDS programs in Nigeria.

    Experience working with local Nigerian partners, including NGO5, CBOs and Health Facilities.Former experience in building a Quality Improvement System is a strong asset.

    Experience must reflect the knowledge, skills and abilities listed above

    Contract Type : 4 Month Fixed Terms

    Project Summary

    The UNFPA Integrated Reproductive Health & Mentoring activity is a 6-month intervention implemented by FHI 360 and Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) in Borno and Benue states.

    The overall goal of the activity is to meet the most urgent reproductive health (RH) and mentoring needs of 285,000 conflict affected underserved adolescents, youth and women through gender sensitive, rights-

    based approaches within host and reclaimed communities and IDP camps in north-east (Borno) and north central Nigeria (Benue).

    Responsibilities

    Project Officer will be responsible for providing programmatic and technical assistance in the areas of RMNCH and AGYW programming including monitoring and evaluation.

    The Project Officer (Technical) will track implementation of all program activities; ensure adherence to timelines and submission of deliverables.

    The incumbent will support project related activities including documentation, travels and timely reporting.

    Minimum Recruitment Standards

    BA / BSc / MBBS, or BSc. Nursing, Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Public health or similar degreeMinimum of 2 years relevant experience in programs with a sound knowledge / understanding of GBV, mentoring, RH, adolescents young girls and women programming.

    Experience with delivering reproductive and maternal health services, in community and facility settings.Familiarity with Humanitarian interventions, NGOs and CBOs is highly desirable.

    Fluency in English, strong writing and presentation skills. Local language skills are required;Strong communication skills to collaborate with state governments, local and international NGOs and community leaders and similar stakeholders.

    Strong reporting, monitoring, evaluation,Willingness to travel up to 60% of the time.Sensitivity to cultural diversity and understanding of the political and ethical issues surrounding Humanitarian interventions.

    Location : Borno (Selected LGAs)

    Contract Type : 4 Month Fixed Terms

    Project Summary

    The UNFPA Integrated Reproductive Health & Mentoring activity is a 6-month intervention implemented by FHI 360 and Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) in Borno and Benue states.

    The overall goal of the activity is to meet the most urgent reproductive health (RH) and mentoring needs of 285,000 conflict affected underserved adolescents, youth and women through gender sensitive, rights-

    based approaches within host and reclaimed communities and IDP camps in north-east (Borno) and north central Nigeria (Benue).

    Responsibilities

    Field Coordinator will support accurate documentation of all activities in target communities in intervention states, conducting routine monitoring visits to mobile / outreach & facilities including the conduct of on the spot quality checks of documentation & daily aggregation, assist in the preparation of daily, weekly & monthly reports, and provide supportive supervision to the DSO5 & LGA operating teams on M&E activities.

    Minimum Recruitment Standards

  • or similar degree with 3 to 5 years' relevant experience in clinical and community- based care with a sound understanding of RMNCH programmes in resource constrained settings;
  • Preferred work experience in conflict affected states in north-east Nigeria;Fluency in English, strong writing and presentation skills.

  • Proficiency in local dialect and Hausa language is required.Strong communication (particularly community entry skills) to collaborate with community leaders, state governments and local NGOs;
  • Sensitivity’to socio-cultural context in communities in Borno state;Strong reporting, monitoring, evaluation and work plan management skills;
  • Willingness to travel up to 80% time;Experience with integration of RH / HIV and Maternal Health services, and continuous quality improvement;
  • Sensitivity to cultural diversity and understanding of the political and ethical issues surrounding RMNCH in assigned areas;
  • Experience leading a diverse team of health professionals.

    Contract Type : 4 Month Fixed Terms

    Project Summary

    The UNFPA Integrated Reproductive Health & Mentoring activity is a 6-month intervention implemented by FHI 360 and Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) in Borno and Benue states.

    The overall goal of the activity is to meet the most urgent reproductive health (RH) and mentoring needs of 285,000 conflict affected underserved adolescents, youth and women through gender sensitive, rights-

    based approaches within host and reclaimed communities and IDP camps in north-east (Borno) and north central Nigeria (Benue).

    Responsibilities

    Midwife will deliver quality integrated reproductive health, services and documentation of all activities in target Communities in intervention states Provide integrated Reproductive Health services in target communities and facilities through mobile outreaches in communities and facilities.

    Specific services include : HIV testing and counselling,Quality FP counselling services to all girls and women, with options to opt out,Non-

    prescriptive and LARC services to acceptorsAntenatal and Postnatal services

    Minimum Recruitment Standards

    Registered Midwife with a minimum of 3 years' post qualification experience.Possess appropriate certification in nationally approved training packages for Family Planning, Emergency Obstetric Care and other Sexual and Reproductive Health PackagesWillingness to travel up to 60% of the timeFluency in written and spoken English, proficiency in local dialect and Hausa language is required.

    Contract Type : 4 Month Fixed Terms

    Project Summary

    The UNFPA Integrated Reproductive Health & Mentoring activity is a 6-month intervention implemented by FHI 360 and Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) in Borno and Benue states.

    The overall goal of the activity is to meet the most urgent reproductive health (RH) and mentoring needs of 285,000 conflict affected underserved adolescents, youth and women through gender sensitive, rights-

    based approaches within host and reclaimed communities and IDP camps in north-east (Borno) and north central Nigeria (Benue).

    Responsibilities

    Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant Under the direct supervision of the M&E officer, the M&E Assistant will work with others in the project office and local implementing partners to ensure that monitoring and evaluation activities are appropriate as well as meet donor and project’s M&E needs.

  • S / He will enter program data into the FH1360 data management software for subsequent analysis; identifies and follows up missing data;
  • undertakes basic validation checks, and stores and disseminates data and hardcopy files as appropriate.

    Minimum Recruitment Standards

    Microbiology, Monitoring and Evaluation, or in relevant degree with 1-3 years relevant experience in Monitoring and Evaluation or data management.

    Familiarity with NGOs and CBOs is highly desirable.Willingness to travel up to 60% of the time

    Contract Type : 4 Month Fixed Terms

    Project Summary

    The UNFPA Integrated Reproductive Health & Mentoring activity is a 6-month intervention implemented by FHI 360 and Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) in Borno and Benue states.

    The overall goal of the activity is to meet the most urgent reproductive health (RH) and mentoring needs of 285,000 conflict affected underserved adolescents, youth and women through gender sensitive, rights-

    based approaches within host and reclaimed communities and IDP camps in north-east (Borno) and north central Nigeria (Benue).

    Responsibilities

    Project Accountant Under the direction of the Project Director and with direct oversight of the Senior Account and Finance Manager, the Accountant shall assume responsibility for accounting and ensure compliance with the contractual financial requirements of the Project and the organization.

    Minimum Recruitment Standards

    Finance and Business Administration or its recognized equivalent, and 3-5 years relevant experience.Or MS / MA degree in Accounting, Finance and Business Administration or its recognized equivalent, and 1-

    3 years relevant experience.Minimum of 1-3 years’experience in accounting related to international development programs.Familiarity with donor-

    funded programs and non-governmental organizations in Nigeria is an aLvantage. CPA, ACA, ICAN or recognized equivalent is an advantage.

    Demonstrated success in multicultural environments is an advantage.Willingness to travel up to 60% of the time

    Contract Type : 4 Month Fixed Terms

    Project Summary

    The UNFPA Integrated Reproductive Health & Mentoring activity is a 6-month intervention implemented by FHI 360 and Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) in Borno and Benue states.

    The overall goal of the activity is to meet the most urgent reproductive health (RH) and mentoring needs of 285,000 conflict affected underserved adolescents, youth and women through gender sensitive, rights-

    based approaches within host and reclaimed communities and IDP camps in north-east (Borno) and north central Nigeria (Benue).

    Responsibilities

    Finance & Admin Officer Under the direction of the Senior Accountant, the Finance & Administrative Officer will be responsible for the provision of administrative, Finance and logistical services to the Finance directorate.

    Minimum Recruitment Standards

  • Bachelor's Degree / Diploma in Development, Sociology, Statistics, Community Development or any course related with at least 5 years work experience especially in girls training / HIV / AIDS and gender issues;
  • Must be computer literate (MS Office Packages)And proficient in FHI 360 M&E softwares such as DHIS, LAMIS, NOMIS, etc.Good facilitation and report writing skills;
  • Willingness to travel up to 60% of the time

    Contract Type : 4 Month Fixed Terms

    Project Summary

    The UNFPA Integrated Reproductive Health & Mentoring activity is a 6-month intervention implemented by FHI 360 and Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) in Borno and Benue states.

    The overall goal of the activity is to meet the most urgent reproductive health (RH) and mentoring needs of 285,000 conflict affected underserved adolescents, youth and women through gender sensitive, rights-

    based approaches within host and reclaimed communities and IDP camps in north-east (Borno) and north central Nigeria (Benue).

    Responsibilities

    Mentoring & Protection Coordinator will be responsible for organizing services to be delivered through safe spaces in internally displaced persons camps in Benue State Nigeria.

    These services will include mental health services, psychosocial support and case management of gender-based violence.The safe spaces will seek to promote the well-

    being and protection of women and children and other vulnerable groups.S / he will ensure women and girls benefit from targeted personalized counselling, care, emotional support and practical support services provided by trained social workers and case workers.

    Minimum Recruitment Standards

  • Bachelor's Degree in International Development, Gender Studies, Social Science, Education or equivalent;At least 5 years' experience in the fields of gender and education with expertise in girls’ education, mentoring / Adolescent Reproductive Health / SRGBV;
  • Must have participated in trainings on GBV in Humanitarian settingsMust be computer literate (MS Office Package / Internet, etc.

    Minimum of 3-5 years relevant experience in GBV, mentoring, RH, adolescents young girls and women programming.Experience with delivering reproductive and maternal health services, in community and facility settings.

    Familiarity with Nigerian public sector health systems and NGOs and CBOs is highly desirable.Fluency in English, strong writing and presentation skills.

    Local language skills will be an added advantage;Strong communication skills to collaborate with state governments, local and international NGOs and community leaders and similar stakeholders.

    Strong reporting, monitoring, evaluation,Willingness to travel up to 60% of the time.

    Method of Application

    Use the email(s) below to apply.

    State Project Coordinator - AHNi-ProgMgtJobs Community Health Extension Worker - CHEW - AHNi-M&EJobs Community Mobilization Assistant -

    AHNi-M&EJobs Community Mobilization Coordinator - AHNi-M&EJobs Quality Improvement Officer - AHNi-ProgMgtJobs Project Officer -

    AHNi-ProgMgtJobs Field Coordinator - AHNi-ProgMgtJobs Midwife - AHNi-PCTJobs Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant - AHNi-

    M&EJobs Project Accountant - AHNi-F&AJobs Finance & Admin Officer - AHNi-F&AJobs Mentoring & Protection Coordinator - AHNi-ProgMgtJobs

    Applicants should send their Suitability Statement (Application) and Resume (CV) as a single MS Word Document to : AHNi-ProgMgtJobs

    Note : Only applications sent electronically (i.e by email) with the Job Title and Location clearly indicated as the subject of the email will be considered and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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