Jhpiego Nigeria – We’re one of the most gender-equal organizations in global health, and our staff from country to country reflect the myriad cultural and racial diversity of the populations we serve.
Jhpiego Nigeria is recruiting into the vacant positions. All Interested candidates are advised to go through available positions carefully and submit their applications appropriately before the deadline.
Apply for the vacant jobs at Jhpiego Nigeria. All Available positions are listed below:
- The Information Technology Officer (ITO) reports to the Senior Information Officer and S/he supports and increases the use of information and communication technologies in Jhpiego’s program activities including implementing, maintaining, and supporting appropriate and cost-effective information and communication technologies to facilitate information flow among stakeholders and support learning approaches.
- S/he provides support for online training, meetings, and webinars. The ITO ensures prompt resolution of technical difficulties for Jhpiego staff and partners.
- S/he ensures the availability of IT consumables and keeps up-to-date inventory to be able to advise on IT consumable usage patterns in both the country office and the state offices.
- S/he serves as the first contact for technical supports and s/he assists the users to effectively and efficiently use Information Technology resources and tools.
- Assist, mentor, and build the capacity of users at the individual and organizational level in specific areas of expertise including but not limited to mobile technology related to the improvement of health services management and quality improvement of health services.
- Collaborate with the Senior Information Officer to perform Quality Control of all IT-related procurements.
- Implement routine preventive and timely corrective maintenance of printers, copiers, projectors, and laptops.
- Provide technical support for online meetings, and webinars.
- Configure laptops for Jhpiego staff and partners in line with the Jhpiego global configuration specifications.
- Troubleshoot software and hardware faults and provide solutions in line with global best practices.
- Provide technical supports to IT vendors for the provision of IT services.
- Collaborate with the Senior Information Technology Officer to identify IT needs and make requisitions.
- Ensure all requests for IT support are recorded in the case management system.
- Coordinate the deployment of data systems and work with the program team to test the use of new applications or digital innovations.
- Provide technical support and training to staff on the use of Microsoft 365 for teams collaborations.
- Maintain an up-to-date inventory of IT consumables and ensure timely replenishment of stocks.
Qualifications and Requirements:
- Minimum of five (5) years of demonstrated IT development and IT implementation or Enterprise systems administration experience
- Knowledge of Networking design and implementation
- Installation and configuration and maintenance of Radio and VSAT equipment and servers.
- Has experience in developing and/or implementing backup systems for organizations
- Experience in managing cloud-based systems
- Experience in maintenance and repair of computer systems and servers.
- Experience in planning and expansion of network.
- Experience in database system design, testing and troubleshooting
Salary and Benefits
- NGN7,662,377.15 – NGN 8,329,768.35 P/A
- Jhpiego offers comprehensive employee benefits package including: medical and dental plans; paid vacation, holidays and sick leave; personal accident insurance; 403(b) retirement plan; life and disability insurance; travel insurance; education assistance plan and more.
- MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership (MCGL) project to address major contributors to maternal mortality and morbidity through the prevention and mitigation of the consequences of violence against women and girls (VAW/G) and possible drivers of child early and forced marriage.
- The project’s technical priorities include intimate partner violence and sexual violence, reduction in child early and forced marriage (CEF/M), early adoption of family planning and building capacity of local partners. It is anticipated that MCGL will support the operationalization of existing policies, guidelines, and strategies that aims to mitigate VAW/G and develop new ones where applicable to improve MNCH/FP/RH outcomes.
- The GBV Officer will work closely with the MCGL State Team to Lead on-going post-GBV care integration into health facilities to improve access to survivor-cented GBV services as well as manage community driven GBV referrals to clinical and non-clinical GBV services.
- Specifically, S/he will work supervise facility provision of post-GBV care and appropriate documentation by health providers, support GBV case management and support all GBV prevention community intervention activities,
- Apply and conduct gender analysis and use of gender-disaggregated data across community and facility level GBV Prevention and Response activities
- Lead MCGL state level implemtation of the GBV service provision package of care and across the continuum of GBV case management.
- Provide mentorship support to service providers in providing GBV survivor-centered case management services, including needs assessment, case plans, follow-up, referrals, and counseling.
- Work with service providers to Identify gaps / challenges in service delivery and coordinate with relevant actors to ensure that safe and confidential services are made available and accessible to vulnerable women.
- Take pro-active role to support the development and implementation of the agreed work-plan;
- Work with project teams to strengthen gender/GBV components of training, job aids and reporting or data collection tools at all levels
- Conduct regular GBV-focused coordination meetings, mentoring and supportive supervision visits to ensure that Jhpiego’s gender equality targets are being achieved across the states where projects are being implemented.
- Mentor and work with Local/Indigenous Partners (LPs) to implement milestone activities on time and as scheduled.
- Review milestone reports and provide feedback to LPs
- Support LPs in conducting norm shifting activities at the community level, as well as supportive supervision
- Work with monitoring and evaluation teams to analyze and report on indicators, measuring the outcomes and impact of interventions.
- Document processes and outcomes for integrating gender into programs
- Prepare and submit regular progress reports, field visit reports, training reports and contribute to the preparation of quality monthly reports
- Participate in MCGL project meetings and present on project progress, share lessons, best practices and successes related to addressing gender equality on MCGL programs
- Maximize opportunities for increasing Jhpiego Nigeria’s gender equality portfolio of work and support new business development initiatives including resource mobilization and proposal writing.
- The duties and responsibilities as set out above are not exhaustive and the role holder may be required to carry out additional duties within reasonableness of their level of skills and experience.
Qualifications and Requirements:
- Master’s Degree in Public Health, Social Sciences or related field or Bachelor’s Degree in combination with 5 years of qualifying experience will be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. Minimum of 4 years with Master’s degree of relevant experience is required.
- Prior experience working in the field of gender related projects with strong technical capacity and practical experience in designing and implementing gender sensitive development programs
- Strong understanding of inclusion and mainstreaming issues and approaches
- Familiarity with local context
- Experience in working with high level counterparts and engaging with Government officials and other development partners.
- Previous work experience working in an iNGO / USAID funded projects is considered as advantage.
- Strong analytical skills, with the ability to deal with project implementation; Sound and proven management skills and ability to work inclusively and collaboratively.
- Excellent group facilitation, multi-stakeholder consultation, and strategic planning skills
- Strong writing skills, both for technical and program reports.
- Strong interpersonal skills, able to work well in cross-cultural teams and under tight deadlines
- Practical knowledge and experience in operational and programme approaches;
- Good strategic and analytical thinking and ability to interpret public health and epidemiological data
- Strong knowledge of gender and global development issues, preferably with understanding of USAID approach to gender quality and gender-based violence.
- Familiarity with local context and willingness to travel and work in the communities of Ebonyi and Sokoto states (implementing sites).
- A personal commitment to gender equality.
Salary and Benefits
- NGN 638,000 – NGN 721,000 / Month.
- Jhpiego offers a comprehensive employee benefits package including: medical and dental plans; paid vacation, holidays and sick leave; personal accident insurance; 403(b) retirement plan; life and disability insurance; travel insurance; education assistance plan and more.
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should apply by clicking on the BUTTONS below.
Note: The successful candidate selected for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background investigation.
Deadline: Not Specified