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 CHALLENGING  CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Society for Family Health (SFH) is one of the leading public health NGOs in Nigeria, implementing programmes for improving Reproductive Health, HIV/AIDS prevention and Maternal and Child Health.  SFH works in partnership with the Federal Government of Nigeria, the British Department for International Development (DFID) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).  We seek to recruit qualified persons as a result of growth in our organisation.  We offer professionals opportunities for career advancement, a good working environment and competitive remuneration.  We require competent candidates for the positions:

Manager, Strategic Behavioural Communication (based in Abuja)  
(Ref :MSBC, Abuja)    email: mgrsbc@sfhnigeria.org

Job Profile
Reports to the Associate Director, Strategic Behavioural Communications (SBC) or designate. The successful candidate will have the primary responsibility of interfacing with the programme and research divisions on all research and creative briefs. Whilst reporting to the AD SBC, S/He will work closely with programme managers to develop evidence based creative briefs and campaigns to address identified gaps that communication must fill.

Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidate:
•   Must possess a first degree in mass communication, behavioural or social sciences, a Master degree in a relevant field will be an added advantage
•   Must possess a minimum of six (6) years cognate experience in related functions, preferably in a reputable NGO, or media organisation
•   Must be a good custodian of communication related research briefs and documents
•   Must be a person who can translate research (desk top and others) to a workable creative brief
•   Knowledgeable about IPCs, FGDs and how to translate research outcomes to campaign messages
•   Knowledgeable about programme issues (public health) pertaining to our SFH’s core programme areas
•   Must possess self-confidence, excellent inter-personal and networking skills
•   Must have high sense of responsibility and integrity and have a drive for continuous learning and knowledge sharing
•   Experience in print media or audio-visual production will be of an added advantage   
Assistant Manager II, Monitoring and Evaluation   (based in Ogun and Akwa Ibom State)
(Ref: AMME, preferred location )                 email to:  amme@sfhnigeria.org

Job Profile
Reports to the Expanding the National Response (ENR) State Programme Manager. Under the supervision of the ENR State Programme manager and with the support of ENR Monitoring and Evaluation Technical Advisor, the successful candidate will work to build the capacity of SACA/LACA key staff, state ENR staff and partners at the local, state and national level in programme monitoring and evaluation. The M&E officer will also support the improved availability and use of monitoring, evaluation and surveillance data for programme planning, evaluation, and policy advocacy at state level.  
Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidate:
•   Must possess a first degree in social sciences, medical/biological sciences or biostatistics/statistics. A Masters degree in any relevant field is of added advantage.
•   Must have completed the national youth service, prior working experience in monitoring and evaluation preferably in a reputable NGO or with the government will be an added advantage.
•   Must possess proven experience in STI/HIV related surveillance and/or research and proven experience in implementing the DHIS and NNRIMS systems for data collation and use
•   Must have appreciable knowledge of ongoing and emerging issues in relation to HIV/AIDS prevention and care
•   Must have prior experience in planning and facilitation of training for different cadres of staff and partners
•   Must have some experience in writing research for publications and presenting research findings to policy makers, the media and the general public

Assistant Manager I/ Field Zonal Coordinator, Global Fund Malaria
(based in Kano, Sokoto, Makurdi, Lagos and Akure, Bauchi)
 (Ref: AMGFZC,  preferred location)                  email: amgfzc@sfhnigeria.org

Job Profile
Reports to the Territorial Manager. Primary duties include ensuring that good quality data is available at state level, and the monitoring of sub recipients and facilities to support the improved availability and use of process data for programme planning, evaluation, and policy advocacy at state level. S/he will work with SRs and programme staff in the collection and reporting of quantitative data at the state level, and the success of data quality assessment exercises. Other duties will include the management of the SRs: through the monitoring the progress of sub-recipients’ and contractor’s towards the achievement of programme deliverables, the quality of outputs, and assuring the fiscal integrity of all transactions and operations, behaviour change communication and mass mobilisation activities, and training. S/he will strengthen the RBM partnership in the zone and will be the liaison of SFH to the public sector arm of the GF. The successful candidate will be responsible for the overall coordination of all Global Fund Malaria activities in the Zone (2-4 states).

Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidate:
•   Must possess a first degree in any health, behavioural or social science. A post graduate degree in public health or related field is of added advantage.
•   Must possess a minimum of three (3) years post NYSC working experience in NGO field work, with sound experience in health commodities marketing , distribution and channel management
•   Must have experience in planning and facilitation of training for different cadres of staff, and in data quality assessments
•   Must have good oral, presentation and written comprehension skills, strong capacity building skills and willingness to train, with well developed written and oral communication skills.
•   Experience in donor funded projects is necessary
•   Proven experience in programme monitoring and evaluation for data collection and use is crucial.    
Assistant Manager I, Global Fund Behaviour Change Communication (based in Abuja)
(Ref: AMGFB, Abuja)           email to: amgfb@sfhnigeria.org  

Job Profile
Reports to the Associate Director, Strategic Behavioural Communications (SBC) or designate. The successful candidate will have the primary responsibility of interfacing with the programme and research divisions on all research and creative briefs relating to the Global Fund Malaria interventions within SFH. Whilst reporting to the AD SBC, S/He will work closely with programme managers to develop evidence based creative briefs to address identified gaps that communication must fill and will design with the help of agencies evidence based campaigns on malaria.

Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidate:
•   Must possess a first degree in mass communication, behavioural or social science with a Masters degree in a communication or public health will be an added advantage.
•   Must possess a minimum of three (3) post NYSC working experience in related functions, preferably in a reputable NGO
•   Must be a person who can translate research (desk top and others) to a workable creative brief
•   Knowledgeable about how to translate research outcomes into campaign messages
•   Knowledgeable about programme issues (public health) pertaining to malaria and maternal and child health issues
•   Must possess excellent inter-personal, presentation and networking skills
•   Must have high sense of responsibility and integrity and have a drive for continuous learning and knowledge sharing
•   Experience in information education and communication (IEC) material development or audio-visual production will be a crucial aspect of this job
•   Demonstrated success in development of innovative campaigns at community level will be of added advantage


Manager, State Programme – (based in Lagos, Ogun and Akwa Ibom )
(Ref: MSP, preferred location)     email to:  msp@sfhnigeria.org

Job Profile
The Post is to provide strategic and oversight leadership for the Enhancing Nigeria’s Response to HIV and AIDS (ENR) Programme team at the state level. The successful candidate will provide strategic and direct technical and mentoring support to the Executive leadership of the State Action Committee on AIDS and wider state response on broad organisational development and HIV prevention. At an operational level, the post holder will lead on ENR programme management at state level – planning, budgeting, implementation, reporting, and learning.  
Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidate:
•   Must possess a first degree in any management or social sciences. A Masters degree preferably in public health, management or related fields is a prerequisite for this post
•   Must possess a minimum of six (6) years post NYSC experience, 4 years of which should have been in public health programmes in government or a nongovernmental organisation
•   Must be familiar with DFID, USAID and the International donor community environment
•   Must understand the institutional architecture of the HIV and AIDS response in Nigeria
•   Must have experience in planning and facilitation of training for different cadres of staff
•   Must have impeccable oral and written communication skills
     
Assistant Manager, Medical Detailing      
 (Ref: AMMD, preferred location)    email to:  ammd@sfhnigeria.org
  
o  Yola - (Ref: Asst Mgr Medical Detailing , Yola)       o   Sokoto -  (Ref: Asst Mgr Medical Detailing , Sokoto)
o   Kano - (Ref: Asst Mgr Medical Detailing , Kano)    o  Gombe - (Ref: Asst Mgr Medical Detailing, Gombe)      
o   Maiduguri -  (Ref: Asst Mgr Medical Detailing, Maiduguri)                                  

Job Profile:
Reports to the Associate Director-Sales and Distribution or designate.  The successful candidates will be responsible for creating demand for SFH products and achieve sales target. S/he will support the programme divisions in improving the quality of service and quantity of sales through training of providers. They will also be responsible for achieving quality of coverage by ensuring that service delivery points are well branded.

Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidate:
•   Must have a first degree in Pharmacy
•   Must be registered with PCN
•   Must possess  a minimum  of one (1) year post  NYSC experience working in a hospital environment or related areas
•   Must be a self motivated and target driven individual, with ability to work under pressure

Assistant Manager II, External Engagement (based in Abuja)
(Ref: AMEE, Abuja)    email: amexteng@sfhnigeria.org

Job Profile
S/he will report to the Manager External Engagement and will assist the Mgr. External Engagement, in the execution of the Policy and Advocacy plan for Society for Family Health. This will include liaising with the media, advocacy activities with the government, civil society, partner NGOs, traditional and religious leaders, and the private sector at the national level. S/he will be responsible for the organisation of product launch for SFH and other assigned duties.

Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidate:
•   Must possess a degree/HND in Mass Communication /Journalism with some experience in working with NGO
•   Must have completed national youth service
•   Must be computer literate, with good interpersonal skills   
Assistant Security Officer (2) (based in Abuja)
(Ref: ASO, Abuja)         email to: asecurity@sfhnigeria.org

Job Profile
The successful candidates will report to the Chief Security Officer and will be responsible for supervising the contract security guards.  The key objective of this job is to ensure that all SFH property at the various locations and all SFH staffers are well safeguarded.

Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidates:
•   Must possess a School Certificate plus any certification from the military or paramilitary sector
•   Must possess a minimum of 5 years experience in a similar job at supervisory level in a reputable security organization or any of the armed forces or para-military.
•   Must be able to write excellent reports
 
 SFH vacancies (cont’d)

Assistant Manager I, Global Fund Research /Database Administrator   (based in Abuja)
(Ref: MGFRD, Abuja)     email to: mgfrd@sfhnigeria.org

Job Profile
Reports to the Associate Director, Research and Evaluation. This person will have the primary responsibility of monitoring data and the database to support the improved availability and use of process monitoring and evaluation data for programme planning, evaluation, and policy advocacy at state level. The GF research assistant manager/database administrator will also assist in building the capacity of SRs and GF state level staff in programme monitoring and evaluation. S/he will work with SRs and programme staff in the administration, data analysis and reporting of quantitative research and evaluation with a focus on project impact, and will coordinate the retrieval and review of process indicator data from the states. S/he will also provide input into the review of monthly, quarterly and annual report, process data, and other information from projects for decision making.
Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidate:
•   Must possess a first degree in biostatistics or statistics, management information systems or demography. A Masters degree in demography, public health, epidemiology or bio/statistics is of added advantage.
•   Must possess a minimum of three (3) years post NYSC experience.
•   Must have experience in planning and facilitation of training for different cadres of staff, and in data quality assessments
•   Must have good oral, analytical, interpretive and written comprehension skills, strong capacity building skills and willingness to train.
•   Experience with database management and data entry, cleaning and verification. Ability to work with MS Word, ACCESS, Excel, Power Point, DHIS 1.4 and 2.0 and SPSS is essential.
•   Experience in GF monitoring and evaluation systems and performance frameworks in implementing national M&E systems for data collation and use will be of added advantage.

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Re: TUESDAY JOBS@SOCIETY FOR FAMILY HEALTH IN NIGERIA; DECEMBER 8, 2009
« Reply #1 on: December 08, 2009, 03:07:11 PM »

   
Assistant Manager II,  Global Fund-Malaria RDT Technical Programmes (based in Bauchi and Yola)
(Ref: AMGFRDT, Lagos)                 email: amgfrdt@sfhnigeria.org 

Job Profile
Reports to the Regional Manager. The successful candidates primary responsibility will be to ensure the successful implementation of the Global Fund malaria diagnosis programme in assigned region. S/he will provide support for the strategic and technical coordination and implementation of all Global Fund focused programmes at the facility level. S/he will work closely with the Global Fund programme Manager and Divisional head to monitor internal and external quality of RDT services in Health facilities in the assigned region. Furthermore, s/he is to ensure adherence to quality standards, universal safety precautions and waste management procedures in the provision of RDT services. The candidate is expected to interface with other Principal Recipients, Sub Recipients, health facility personnel to support the implementation of GF-malaria programmes in health facilities. In addition, s/he will work to ensure that good quality data is available at state level, and will also monitors sub recipients and facilities to support the improved availability and use of process data for programme planning, and policy advocacy at the regional level. S/he will work with SRs and programme staff in the collection and reporting of quantitative data at the regional level, and is to coordinate the retrieval and review of process indicator data.

Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidate:
•   Must possess a first degree in medical laboratory science, microbiology, or related field.
•   Must have completed the national youth service, prior working experience in a similar capacity will be an added advantage
•   Must have good oral, presentation and written comprehension skills, strong capacity building skills and willingness to train, with well developed written and oral communication skills.
•   Must possess self-motivated and have the ability to work unsupervised
•   Experience in planning and facilitation of training for different cadres of staff, and in data quality assessment  is of added advantage

Assistant Manager II, Health Communications (North East)
(Ref: AMHC, North East)            email to: amhc@sfhnigeria.org

Job Profile
Reports to the Regional Manager. The successful candidate will ensure coordination and implementation of Behaviour Change community level interventions working with Civil Society Organisation (CSO) partners in the assigned region of the zone. S/he will carry out administrative supervision of CSO partners intervening at the various sites. And ensure the successful implementation of general population Interpersonal Communication (IPC) activities for HIV, Family Planning, and Maternal and Child Health interventions. S/he will also support the training of and supervise peer educators to conduct interventions among the general population.

Qualifications/ Experience: The desired candidate:
•   Must have a first degree in health sciences, social sciences, or communication.
•   Must have completed the national youth service, prior working experience in a similar capacity will be an added advantage
•   Must be able to communicate proficiently in the appropriate language for this target group in the zone, and be attuned to and comfortable with the culture/ traditions in the communities.
•   Must have deep knowledge and understanding of the Hausa language    
Assistant Manager II, Behaviour Change Communication  -(based in Ogun and Akwa Ibom)
(Ref: AMBCC, preferred location)      email to: ambcc@sfhnigeria.org 

Job Profile:
Reports to the Regional Manager. The successful candidate will ensure coordination and implementation of Behaviour Change community level interventions working with Civil Society Organisation (CSO) partners. Will carry out administrative supervision of CSO partners intervening at the various sites. Will ensure the successful implementation of general population Interpersonal Communication (IPC) activities for HIV, Family Planning, and Maternal and Child Health interventions. Will also support the training of and supervise peer educators to conduct interventions among the general population.

Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidate:
•   Must possess a first degree in health sciences, social sciences, or communication
•   Must have completed the national youth service, prior working experience in a similar capacity will be an added advantage
•   Must be able to communicate proficiently in the appropriate language for this target group in the state, and be attuned to and comfortable with the culture/ traditions in the communities

Assistant Manager I, Reproductive Health/Family Planning Programme  (based in Kano)
(Ref: AMPRH, Kano)          email to: amprh@sfhnigeria.org
                                                                                                             
Job Profile
Reports to the Regional Manager or designate. The successful candidate will be responsible for the coordination and implementation of FP/RH activities within his/her specific zones. S/he will ensure that partner health facilities are complying with the agreed issues as indicated in the MOU in provision of commodities, training of health facility staff in longer term methods, and the collation of feedback in an appropriate manner. Duties include ensuring that good quality management information system data is available at regional level, and the monitoring of facilities to ensure the improved availability and use of process data for programme planning, evaluation, and policy advocacy.

Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidate:   
•   Must possess a Nursing degree (BSc. Nursing), or Medical (MBBS/MBBCh), or be a nurse/midwife with current registration with appropriate National Regulatory bodies. Must possess a  Masters Degree in any public health related field
•   Must possess a minimum of three (3) years post NYSC experience in family planning programmes
•   Must possess sound technical knowledge of the provision of long term family planning methods, and reproductive health issues
•   Knowledge of the environment and language  within the region is crucial
•    Must have knowledge of logistics management and information systems and be familiar with the international donor community rules and regulations
   
Assistant Manager I, MIS and Documentation ENR Programme  (based in Abuja)
(Ref: AMMDEP, Abuja)   email to: ammdep@sfhnigeria.org

Job Profile
Reports to the Manager, ENR M&E. The ENR MIS and Documentation assistant manager will work to maintain a robust MIS, reporting and documentation system for the programme incorporating state and national level information system. S/he will be responsible for the management of SFH MIS database, will analyse data entered on a monthly basis and support the FPC in managing reports from the state. S/he will participate in SFH surveys and develop a plan for sharing information with other multilateral NGO’s, stakeholders, research organisations, etc. This includes leading on the development of an ENR newsletter in partnership with NACA and the monitoring of the ENR website.
Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidate:
•   Must possess a first degree in Biostatistics, Statistics, Mathematics, management information systems or Health/Behavioural /Social Sciences
•   Must possess a minimum of three (3) years post NYSC experience
•   Must have some experience in documentation and managing MIS systems
•   Must have good oral, presentation and written comprehension skills, strong
•   Must have excellent computer skills and must be able to use software such as MS word, MS excel, and Microsoft Access
•   Must have excellent inter personal skills
•   Must have some experience in writing reports and taking minutes of meetings.

Assistant Manager II, Information Technology (based in Abuja)
(Ref: AMIT, Abuja)  email: aminfotech@sfhnigeria.org

Job Profile
Reports to the Manager IT. The successful candidate will support the IT Manager in improving the response time to all IT issues in all SFH locations across the country. S/he will be required to develop customized IT solutions to meet challenges within SFH. 

Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidate:
•   Must possess a Bsc/HND degree in any of the following: Computer Science/ Information Technology or Electrical Electronics Engineering
•   Must have completed national youth service, however prior hands on experience in a related area will be an added advantage
•   Must be familiar with the following packages; Human Manager, Microsoft Exchange, Service Desk Plus, OP Manager, Lotus notes, QuickBooks and Daceasy
•   Must be conversant with Microsoft office 2007 packages
•   Must have good knowledge of IT user support
•   Must have excellent communication skills   
Assistant Manager I, HR  (based in Abuja)
     (Ref: AMHR )   email to: amhr@sfhnigeria.org
         
Job Profile:
Reports to the Associate Director-HR.  The successful candidate will be responsible for all personnel and staff matters. S/he will prepare relevant employee statistics. Update all staff records as at when necessary, advise employees on new policy changes and implement all HR deliverables. Must be conversant with the Nigerian labour laws

Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidate:
•   Must possess a first degree in any behavioural or social science. Must possess a Masters degree in any relevant field. Membership of CIPM will be an added advantage
•   Must possess minimum three (3) years post NYSC experience in related functions, preferably in reputable NGOs
•   Must be computer literate and have very good understanding of Microsoft Excel package 
•   Must have good knowledge of HR operating software
•   Must be very familiar with the operations and applications of a payroll system
•   Must be familiar with Nigerian Labour Laws
 
 SFH vacancies cont’d.

State System Strengthening Advisors – (based in Kaduna, Ogun and Akwa Ibom States)
(Ref: SSTA,  preferred location)     email to:  ssta@sfhnigeria.org

Job Profile
The overall responsibility of this role in the Enhancing the National Response to HIV/AIDS programme (ENR) will be to strengthen the capacity of SACA, SASCP and state line ministries to plan, budget and improve accountability for an effective, multi-sectoral and evidence-based HIV/AIDS response. The position will support the development and maintenance of efficient and effective planning, budgeting and financial systems to aid planning processes, strengthen financial controls and decision making. The role will also provide support for budgeting and costing for strategic issues, such as state strategic plans, as well as strengthening relationships between federal and state government. 

Reports on a day to day basis to the State Programme Manager with lines of communication with the Public Sector Strategic Planning & Coordination Spe...t at federal level, other Strategic Systems Strengthening Technical Advisors in the other ENR states and the Technical Director ENR, Options Consultancy Services, UK.
Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidate will have:
•   Must possess a first degree in accounting or business management, with excellent understanding of financial management or management accounting systems, with a Masters degree in any relevant field. 
•   Must possess a minimum of five (5) years post NYSC experience in management accounting;
•   Must have appreciable experience of working in budgeting and planning functions, likely to be currently working at advanced management level in either reputable NGO, government or the private sector
•   Must have experience in capacity building, mentoring and training for different cadres of staff and partners;
•   Must have good understanding of key issues  for STI/HIV programming;
•   Must have excellent communication, writing, planning and organisational skills, with proven ability to work as part of a team as well as being a self starter.    

Assistant Manager II, Admin ENR Programme  (based in Abuja) 
(Ref: AMAEP, Abuja)      email to: amaep@sfhnigeria.org

Job Profile
Reports to the ENR Programme Director and work closely with the administration division on day to day functioning of the ENR office. The programme assistant manager will lead on managing Options/Benguela ‘s and SFH’s programme support component of the ENR programme, in addition to providing day to day oversight of the ENR office. S/he will develop budgets for programme activities; act as the point person for all travel logistics and act as procurement person ensuring all ENR HQ procurements are made appropriately and on time.
Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidate:
•   Must h possess a first degree in a social sciences, arts or management related discipline
•   Must have completed the national youth service
•   Must have good experience in office management and organisation
•   Must have a good understanding of programme administrative support and excellent interpersonal skills
•   Must have some experience in writing reports, logistics and workshop management, and taking minutes of meetings.
•   Must have good oral, presentation and written comprehension skills, strong capacity    

Asst. Manager, Finance and Accounts Coordinator     
(Ref: AMFAC, Makurdi)      email: amfac@sfhnigeria.org

Job Profile
Reports to the State Project Manager. The successful candidate will be primarily responsible for the proper application of SFH and donor policies in the handling of Finances of the Gates project in Gombe, ensure the efficient management of finances and also ensure adequate records are kept safely and in easily retrievable manner. S/he will be responsible for sending financial reports to HQ; will assist in the drawing up of project budget, its monitoring and the recording of variances. S/he will reconcile all staff accounts and produce ageing report and also analyse retirements to ensure correct approvals and support documents comply with SFH policies.

Qualifications/Experience: The desired candidate:
•   Must possess a first degree (BSc/HND) in Accounts or any related field plus ACA   
•   Must possess minimum three (3) years post NYSC working experience
•   Must possess a  broad knowledge of  quick books accounting software package
•   Must possess excellent planning and organisational skills
•   Must be able to work with minimal supervision and MUST possess a high level of integrity and responsibility   
Compensation & Benefits:
The compensation package for this position is very attractive and designed to motivate talented candidates.

Method of Application:
A one page application letter using the position “Ref” as subject, should be addressed to the Associate Director-HR, clearly providing evidence of competences required for the job, as well as current remuneration and comprehensive Curriculum Vitae indicating clearly your telephone numbers, e-mail address and current contact address should be sent within two weeks of this publication to the email address beside the job you are applying for. Do note that any candidate with multiple submissions will be disqualified.  Candidates without the minimum requirement need not apply.  Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

*SFH is an equal opportunity employer.
FEMALE CANDIDATES ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.   

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Re: TUESDAY JOBS@SOCIETY FOR FAMILY HEALTH IN NIGERIA; DECEMBER 8, 2009
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Re: TUESDAY JOBS@SOCIETY FOR FAMILY HEALTH IN NIGERIA; DECEMBER 8, 2009
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Re: TUESDAY JOBS@SOCIETY FOR FAMILY HEALTH IN NIGERIA; DECEMBER 8, 2009
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Re: TUESDAY JOBS@SOCIETY FOR FAMILY HEALTH IN NIGERIA; DECEMBER 8, 2009
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