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Deloitte Nigeria Recruitment | 17 Positions

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Overview

Deloitte Nigeria – As part of the mandate received from The Global Fund (TGF) – a partnership organization designed to accelerate the end of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria as epidemics, The National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Control Programme (NTBLCP) seeks to recruit suitable, qualified and experienced public health professionals for The National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Control Programme (NTBLCP) which was established by the Government of Nigeria to coordinate tuberculosis and leprosy control efforts in Nigeria. Therefore, on behalf of the NTBLCP (National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Control Programme), Deloitte is searching for suitable candidates to fill the position below:

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Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (Public Sector)
Reference Number: GFA015
Location: Nigeria

Job Summary

  • To provide support to the M & E manager to ensure accurate, timely and complete reporting of programmatic information (related to the public sector implementation efforts) on the Global Fund grants to the NTBLCP including the PUDRs and other reporting to the Global Fund. Work closely with the M & E specialist to strengthen M & E activities in the Global Fund Programs.
  • Work closely with the M & E specialist to ensure development of technical capacity as well as the integration of M&E activities and responsibilities into all aspects of programming.  Collaborate with the national programmes M & E staff to ensure effective program monitoring and implementation.

Roles and Responsibilities
Policies, Procedures and Processes:

  • Assists to ensure adherence of the Organisation to the relevant legal regulations, industry standards and organizational policies
  • Provides support in the development of standard operating systems and guidelines for M&E, reporting, and related services in line with the national M&E framework.

Programme Evaluation:

  • Provides support to the programmes through periodic review and updating of M & E plans for the Global Fund grants.
  • Develops activity schedules for approval by the M&E specialist.

Monitoring and Management:

  • Provides support for on-site data verification (OSDV) visits conducted by the LFA
  • Provides support the regular monitoring of programmatic performance of the Global Fund grants, and, in conjunction with the NTBLCP program officers

Records Management and Reporting:

  • Provides support to the M&E specialist to ensure that accurate reporting of the regular quality assurance of the data collection and reporting systems
  • In collaboration with the M&E specialist and PMU Team Lead, drafts responses to enquiries from the Global Fund and Local Fund Agent to be reviewed by the National Coordinator
  • Performs any other duty within the grant as assigned by the M&E specialist, PMU Team Lead or National Coordinator of NTBLCP

Experience and Qualifications

  • B.Sc in Health Sciences, Public Health, Statistics, Population Studies, Demography, Epidemiology or its equivalent.
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in monitoring and evaluation of Malaria or TB or HIV programs and experience in the management information systems in the public sector
  • Training and experience in logical framework, project management and M&E and setting up of M&E systems in health programs

Desired Competencies:

  • Familiarity with the MoH health management information system
  • Familiarity with qualitative and quantitative M&E methods in the health sector
  • Knowledge of relevant evaluation model/tools
  • Excellent writing and oral communications Skills
  • Demonstrated experience in designing and implementing M&E systems including performance frameworks, project management, and program / project evaluations within the health sector
  • Monitoring and implementation of Global Fund grants
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft office, database programs and statistical software
  • Technical expertise in report writing
  • Strategic orientation, Teamwork & Motivation
  • Interpersonal relationship ability
  • Responsiveness and Analytical thinking
  • Action planning& Creativity/Innovation
  • Responsive, Sound managerial and leadership skills
  • Sound administrative ability & Negotiating skills
  • Problem solving, Matured & Self-motivated

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Tuberculosis (TB) Specialist
Reference Number: GFA005
Location: Nigeria

Job summary

To manage all the technical aspects of the implementation of the public sector TB grant.

Roles and Responsibilities
Monitoring and Reporting:

  • Supports the monitoring and supervision of technical activities related to the grant
  • Supports the PMU team lead in the effective management of the Global Fund grant focusing on quality control from formulation to implementation of the country programme to achieving program results
  • Supports the preparation and submission of narrative reports, progress updates and disbursement requests to the Global Fund including the CCM dashboard, and other reports as required.
  • Collects, reports and analyses information on project activities.
  • Monitors and evaluates progress towards annual work plans, expected outputs, including selecting and monitoring progress in meeting indicators
  • Compiles information on lessons learned and expertise within and outside the project.

Stakeholder Management

  • In consultation with Global Fund and NTBLCP, develops relevant agreements, work plans, budgets, and reports and to facilitate implementation of activities.
  • Participates on behalf of the project in appropriate technical meetings and conferences.

Provision of technical advice:

  • Provides technical support to the zonal officers, state teams and other implementers of the public sector TB grant
  • Supports joint efforts of Global Fund and NTBLCP for resource mobilization.
  • Promotes the activities of Global Fund and NTBLCP through advocacy, development of communication materials and communication in various fora.

Experience and Qualifications

  • Medical Doctor with a Masters’ degree in Public Health or Social Sciences.
  • Minimum of  7 years’ work experience in public health programs, particularly TB out of which at least 5 years’ should be experience with DR-TB/MDR-TB and 3 years’ working with donor funded projects

Desired Competencies:

  • Sound knowledge of the Nigerian government’s structures and policies relevant to the management and oversight of Global Fund programs.
  • Knowledge of GF reporting processes and templates will be an asset.
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Management
  • Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint and Excel skills
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, including professional level English language skills.
  • Strong Negotiation and Inter-personal skills

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Procurement and Supply Management (PSM) Specialist
Reference Number: GFA013
Location: Nigeria

Job Summary

  • To provide support and help with the coordination of all PSM related activities of the Global Fund grant
  • To ensure the related procurement activities are conducted in line with the applicable National and Global Fund Policy Requirements to ensure timely implementation of grant activities.

Roles and Responsibilities
Procurement Compliance:

  • Confirms full compliance of procurement activities with GF rules, regulations, policies and strategies including elaboration of the effective internal control, proper design and functioning of a client-oriented procurement management system.
  • Ensures timely and proper preparation of procurement plans for the TB grant and establishment of their deadlines
  • Implements of proper monitoring system and control of procurement processes including organization of tender documents, receipt and evaluation of quotations, bids or proposals, negotiation of certain conditions of contracts in full compliance with GF rules and regulations
  • Drafting submissions to the Contract, Asset and Procurement Committee (CAP) and Advisory Committee on Procurement (ACP).
  • Reviews SR and State Office financial and operational reporting systems to ensure integrity and reliability of information for decision making.
  • Provides necessary support and information to external assurance providers to facilitate their independent assessment of NTBLCP activities

Procurement Monitoring:

  • Deploys proper monitoring system and control of procurement processes including organization of tender documents, receipt and evaluation of quotations, bids or proposals, negotiation of certain conditions of contracts in full compliance with GF rules and regulations

Budget Management:

  • Ensures budget raising and checking of requisitions

Market Research:

  • Conducts market research to keep abreast of market developments, research and analyze statistical data and market reports on the world commodity situation, production patterns and availability of goods and services.

PSM Logistics and Vendor Management:

  • Develops and update of roster of suppliers
  • Implementation of supplier selections and evaluation
  • Manages all assets under the grant in compliance with the NTBLCP Asset Management Rules and Regulations including but not limited to recording, coordinating and reconciling asset inventory including physical verification of asset on sites, asset transfer, disposal, write-off and synchronization of asset Inventory
  • Participates in the conduct of DSA, Travel Agencies, vehicle maintenance, hotel and conference facilities surveys
  • Organizes travel including purchase of air tickets, DSA calculation, requisition preparation, arrangement of shipments, vehicle maintenance and conference facilities arrangements
  • Maintaining electronic and hardcopy files and records to ensure proper accountability

Experience and Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy, any of the Social Sciences or any Development related field is a requirement.
  • A Master’s Degree will be in Business Management will be an advantage
  • Professional membership to a standard body will be an added advantage.
  • Minimum of five years’ professional experience providing technical support to large organization or project or government projects, preferably in donor-funded programs includes at least 5 years of experience in pharmaceutical and medical procurement.

Desired Competencies:

  • Strong knowledge of drug procurement processes and clearance.
  • Knowledge of planning and forecasting processes.
  • Knowledge of procurement and contract management.
  • Knowledge of operational controls
  • Knowledge of sourcing and procurement techniques
  • Knowledge of applicable procurement software
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Management
  • Demonstrates expertise in Financial Information Data Analytics
  • Expertise in the application of financial principles
  • Research and investigative ability
  • Data analysis and interpretation
  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office applications, i.e. MS Word, Excel, etc.
  • Supervision and Management
  • Inter-personal and negotiation skills.

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Senior Finance Officer (Southern Region)
Reference Number: GFA011
Location: Nigeria

Job Summary

  • To handle all financial management in line with approved procedures and ensure prompt reporting within the given deadline. To assume responsibility for the financial transactions of zonal offices and states under the region, the financial transactions of PR – Procurement (including contracts) and Laboratory Units.

Roles and Responsibilities
Grants Management:

  • Ensures that specific programmes and projects are managed in a financially responsible manner and that significant discrepancies are promptly reported to the Finance and Admin manager for resolution.
  • Undertakes occasional financial verification visits to the zones and states to confirm the adequacy of supporting documentation, accuracy of reporting and adherence to NTBLCP policies and Global Fund guidelines.

Policies and procedures/ Compliance:

  • Reviews the concept notes/ proposals provided with payment/ advance requests to ensure they are in line with the approved work-plan and budget, and that previous advances have been liquidated, prior to approval of subsequent disbursements.
  • For all head office procurement and other activities, ensures compliance with the applicable procedures and that all supporting documentation is in place and checked prior to processing payment.

Period-end procedures:

  • Conducts month-end closing activities including reviewing the accuracy and classification of general ledger entries, completing balance sheet reconciliations (including cash/ bank and advances) and calculating the expenditure allocations to programmes and donors, where applicable.

Financial Planning, Reporting and Analysis:

  • Provides assistance in the preparation of periodic financial reports, including annual financial statements, in line with NTBLCP and donor guidelines and formats.
  • Provides support in work-plan and budget formulation process by providing cost input and other pertinent data including any commitments and, on a day-to-day basis
  • Provides advice to budget holders and other staff on relevant budgetary issues.

Bank and Cash Management:

  • Provides assistance to the Finance and Admin Manager on an ongoing basis to update and refine the organizational cash-flow forecast based on absorption and any identified reprogramming needs.
  • Generates monthly budget variance reports for management including comments to justify any significant variances between budgeted and actual expenditure.

Accounting systems and Financial Records:

  • Prepares the bank reconciliation on a monthly basis and submit reconciliations for final review and approval by the Finance and Admin Manager.
  • Maintains the fixed asset register and inventory records in line with related policies and procedures.

Audit and Assurance:

  • Provides auditors and other reviewers with relevant input/ information and any other required assistance to ensure that the reviews run smoothly
  • Implements audit recommendations and provide regular progress updates to the Finance and Admin Manager.

Tax

  • Reviews monthly statutory deduction schedule (PAYE, withholding tax and Pension deductions) to ensure accuracy and timely remittances to the relevant authority.
  • Reviews and collates the taxes incurred on the Global Fund grants for periodic reporting to the donor.

Human Resources Management:

  • Reviews the PMU payroll on a monthly basis according to the payroll schedule ensuring that all the required deductions are made.
  • Supervises and provides mentoring to direct reports (Finance Officers).

Capability Development:

  • Provides grant compliance training and support to the PMU staff, where required, to ensure compliance with NTBLCP and GF requirements.
  • Carries out any other tasks assigned by the Finance and Admin Manager that can reasonably be expected of a senior finance officer, but not necessarily specified above.

Experience and Qualifications

  • HND / BSc in Accountancy / Finance or related discipline
  • Professional qualification (ACA, CA, CPA / ACCA) is mandatory
  • Minimum of 5 years’ financial / grants management experience, with at least 2 years in a supervisory role
  • Demonstrated experience with donor funded grants. Specific experience in the Health sector and with Global Fund grants is an added advantage

Desired Competencies:

  • Experience and knowledge of MOH financial and accounting procedures
  • Knowledge in Finance and Accounts Management
  • Excellent understanding of financial systems, procedures and relevant financial software applications
  • Knowledge of the financial management requirements and policies of the Global Fund to Fight HIV, TB and Malaria
  • Knowledge of IFR Standards
  • Financial Management, Regulatory Framework, Financial modelling
  • Business Acumen
  • Inter-personal and Negotiation skills
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Management
  • Demonstrates expertise in Financial Information Data Analytics
  • Research and investigative ability
  • Data analysis and interpretation
  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office applications, i.e. MS Word, Excel, etc.
  • Experience with Microsoft Dynamics (Navision) is an asset

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Finance and Administration Manager
Reference Number: GFA003
Location: Nigeria

Job Summary

  • To handle all financial management in line with approved procedures and ensure prompt reporting within given deadlines.

Roles and Responsibilities
Grants Management:

  • Serves as a key member of the senior management team providing strategic financial advice and support to ensure the effective management of the TB programmes in line with donor requirements and grant agreements.
  • Ensures that NTBLCP has adequate financial policies and procedures reflecting appropriate risk mitigation and all applicable statutory and donor regulations/ requirements.

Period-end procedures:

  • Provides financial oversight over State Offices/ Sub-Recipients to ensure compliance with the approved NTBLCP and GF policies and procedures including providing capacity building support, where required.
  • Reviews and authorises all month-end closing activities including general ledger maintenance, balance sheet reconciliations (including cash/ bank and advances) and overhead cost allocation, where applicable.

Financial planning, Reporting and Analysis:

  • Ensures the timely preparation of comprehensive and accurate financial management reports in line with both internal and Global Fund guidelines and formats. This will include incorporating relevant input from the different functions (program management, PSM, M&E and other functional units) to ensure a consistent and faithful representation of the grant performance.
  • Supports management in formulating the work plan and budget and, on an ongoing basis, monitor organisational finance performance against the approved work plan and budget.

Assets and Inventory Management:

  • Ensures that policies are adequate to safeguard the NTBLCP/GF assets and ensure optimal utilisation. This will include ensuring that all assets (including inventory) are appropriately insured and accounted for.
  • Effectively manages the treasury function with recourse to NTBLCP policies and procedures and best practice, ensuring the availability of adequate funds for continued operations.

Accounting systems and Financial Records:

  • Ensures that the accounting software and related IT systems are up-to-date, and that adequate processing and reporting capacity and capability is in place at all times.
  • Ensures that an effective records management system is in place ensuring safety of records and allowing easy retrieval of documents when required, and that essential financial data is backed up regularly (on-site and off-site) in line with NTBLCP’s policy and procedures.

Audit and Assurance:

  • Manages the relationship with internal auditors, external auditors and other reviewers ensuring they get the necessary support and cooperation to perform their duties.
  • Ensures preparation of financial statements for the external auditors to a final, audit-ready stage with appropriate supporting documentation.
  • Ensures timely implementation of audit recommendations in collaboration with relevant staff and provide regular progress updates to the PMU Team Leader, National Coordinator and Audit Committee.

Tax:

  • Ensures that all monthly statutory deductions (PAYE, withholding tax and Pension) are made and returns submitted on time.
  • Ensures the establishment of an effective and efficient system to track taxes incurred on payments made using the Global Fund grant funds (other than PAYE and WHT) and liaise with the relevant tax authorities to seek a refund of any taxes incurred in accordance with the grant agreement.

Human Resources Management:

  • Oversees the timely preparation of the payroll on a monthly basis ensuring that all the required deductions are made.
  • Supervises and manages all finance and admin staff to ensure the efficient and effective completion of finance and admin related tasks and functions.
  • Provides mentoring to direct reports (Senior Finance Officers and HR and Admin Manager).

Stakeholder management and Capability Development:

  • Maintains key stakeholder relationships including with suppliers and banks.
  • Provides grant compliance training and support to the PMU staff, where required, to ensure compliance with NTBLCP and GF requirements.
  • Carries out any other tasks assigned by the PMU Team Leader that can reasonably be expected of a Finance and Admin Manager, but not necessarily specified above.

Experience and Qualifications

  • HND / BSc in Accountancy / Finance or related discipline
  • Professional qualification (ACA, CA, CPA / ACCA) is mandatory
  • Minimum of 7 years’ financial / grants management experience, with at least 5 years in a management role
  • Demonstrated experience with donor funded grants. Specific experience in the Health sector and with Global Fund grants is an added advantage.

Desired competencies:

  • Experience and knowledge of MOH financial and accounting procedures
  • Knowledge in Finance and Accounts Management
  • Excellent understanding of financial systems, procedures and relevant financial software applications
  • Knowledge of the financial management requirements and policies of the Global Fund to Fight HIV, TB and Malaria
  • Knowledge of IFR Standards
  • Financial Management, Regulatory Framework, Financial modelling
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Management
  • Data analysis and interpretation
  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office applications, i.e. MS Word, Excel, etc.
  • Experience with Microsoft Dynamics (Navision) is an asset.

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Programme Management Unit Team Lead
Reference Number: GFA001
Location: Nigeria

Job Summary

  • Manage all aspects of implementation of public sector Global Fund grants in accordance with the Global Fund grant agreement and laws of Nigeria.
  • Responsible for overall program oversight and ensuring that the objectives of the PMU are met – oversee coordination, implementation, quality assurance and achievement of PMU goals.
  • Provide necessary strategic and operational leadership, interfacing directly with the Global Fund.  Furthermore, ensure that NTBLCP and the sub-recipients meet Global Fund requirements.

Roles and Responsibilities
Fully responsible for the day-to-day management of the PMU providing strategic and operational leadership for the unit.

  • Coordinate program planning, implementation, reviews, and evaluation in collaboration with the larger NTBLCP structure
  • Support the coordination of public sector TB grant implementation and participate in day-to-day management of the PMU.
  • Ensure grant objectives and targets are achieved, while ensuring compliance with the Global Fund policies and procedures.
  • Proactively identify and address bottlenecks to implementation of grant activities
  • Institute proper budget control systems by reviewing and monitoring grant budget, expenditure and variances on quarterly basis.
  • Act as NTBLCP focal person to the Global Fund, the Local Fund Agent and the fiduciary agent
  • Monitor grant procurement plan and related contracts
  • Ensure both internal and external audit of the Global Fund grants are implemented in accordance with the grant agreement
  • Ensure timely preparation and submission of progress updates and disbursement requests to the Global Fund and CCM
  • Provide technical support to the TB specialist, the zonal officers and state teams.
  • Support coordination of monitoring and supervision of project activities
  • Coordinate the LFA meetings and field visits to verify the progress update and other reports submitted by the national programs
  • Ensure security of assets of the Global Fund grant
  • Any other duties as may be required by the National Coordinator

Experience and Qualifications

  •  A degree, preferably at Masters’ level, in public health, social sciences, and administration or business
  • Project Management Certification or relevant industry qualification (Information Technology/Business Information Systems/Business Management) Strong industry networks.
  • Minimum of 10 years work experience managing public health programs and projects with at least 7 years relevant TB experience
  • Strong management, supervisory, and capacity building skills, including at least 5 years’ experience (with donor funded organizations) in managing teams of professional staff.

Desired Competencies:

  • Knowledge of policies and processes of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
  • Sound knowledge of the Government of Nigeria’s structures and policies relevant to the management and oversight of Global Fund programs
  • Project Management and Stakeholder Engagement
  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office applications, i.e. MS Word, Excel, etc. and Microsoft Projects.
  • Excellent understanding of budgets, financial processes and financial reporting and compliance with donor requirements
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, including professional level English language skills
  • Strong Leadership, Inter-personal and Negotiation skills

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (Private Sector)
Reference Number: GFA016
Location: Nigeria

Job Summary

  • To provide support to the M&E specialist to ensure accurate, timely and complete reporting of programmatic information (related to the private sector/ community implementation efforts) on the Global Fund grants to the NTBLCP including the PUDRs and other reporting to the Global Fund.
  • Work closely with the M&E specialist to strengthen M&E activities in the Global Fund Programs. Work closely with the M&E specialist to ensure development of technical capacity as well as the integration of M&E activities and responsibilities into all aspects of programming.
  • Collaborate with the national programmes M & E staff to ensure effective program monitoring and implementation.

Roles and Responsibilities
Policies, Procedures and Processes:

  • Assists to ensure adherence of the Organisation to the relevant legal regulations, industry standards and organizational policies
  • Provides support in the development of standard operating systems and guidelines for M&E, reporting, and related services in line with the national M&E framework.

Programme Evaluation:

  • Provides support to the programmes through periodic review and updating of M & E plans for the Global Fund grants.
  • Develops activity schedules for approval by the M&E specialist.

Monitoring & Management:

  • Provides support for on-site data verification (OSDV) visits conducted by the LFA
  • Provides support the regular monitoring of programmatic performance of the Global Fund grants, and, in conjunction with the NTBLCP program officers

Records Management and Reporting:

  • Provides support to the programmes through periodic review and updating of M&E plans for the Global Fund grants.
  • Provides support in information collation for timely, accurate and complete programmatic reporting (specifically from private and community sector) on the Global Fund grants to the NTBLCP and the Global Fund.
  • Provides necessary support to the program and SRs in the preparation of quarterly progress updates on Global Fund grant activities as required
  • Performs any other duty within the grant as assigned by the M&E specialist, PMU Team Lead or National Coordinator of NTBLCP

Experience and Qualifications

  • B.Sc in Health Sciences, Public Health, Statistics, Population Studies, Demography, Epidemiology or its equivalent.
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in monitoring and evaluation of Malaria or TB or HIV programs and experience in the management information systems in the public sector
  • Training and experience in logical framework, project management and M&E and setting up of M&E systems in health programs

Desired Competencies:

  • Familiarity with the MoH health management information system
  • Familiarity with qualitative and quantitative M&E methods in the health sector
  • Knowledge of relevant evaluation model/tools
  • Excellent writing and oral communications Skills
  • Demonstrated experience in designing and implementing M&E systems including performance frameworks, project management, and program / project evaluations within the health sector
  • Monitoring and implementation of Global Fund grants
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft office, database programs and statistical software
  • Technical expertise in report writing
  • Strategic orientation, Teamwork & Motivation
  • Interpersonal relationship ability
  • Responsiveness and Analytical thinking
  • Action planning& Creativity/Innovation
  • Responsive, Sound managerial and leadership skills
  • Sound administrative ability & Negotiating skills
  • Problem solving, Matured & Self-motivated

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Human Resource and Admin Officer
Reference Number: GFA012
Location: Nigeria

Job Summary

  • To provide overall leadership and direction for the Human resources function through the coordination, development and implementation of HR strategies and processes towards the development and management of employees to support GF’s strategic goals and mandate.

Roles and Responsibilities
Overall human resource management:

  • Designs and develops human resource strategies covering selection, placement, learning, career and performance management, rewards, benefits and incentives and employee relations
  • Directs periodic departmental meetings to review policies, guidelines and performance of the Department against set targets/metrics
  • Ensures the availability of up-to-date HR information to enhance Employee performance and guide working practices
  • Oversees adequate management of employee relations issues
  • Builds and maintains relationships with vendors and other service providers
  • Ensures effective communication and change management implementation across organization

Recruitment and selection process:

  • Oversees conformity and appropriateness of HR policies and processes to best practice
  • Validates and recommends advertisement proposals and candidate applications
  • Oversees effective monitoring and cost reduction measures of the recruitment process
  • Oversees consistent monitoring, implementation and compliance to labour legislation laws
  • Ensures maintenance of relationships with both internal and external clients to ensure staffing goals are achieved
  • Approves successful candidates list for pre-employment medical screening, background checks and verification of certificates

Management of disciplinary issues:

  • Provides advisory services to supervisors on relevant personnel policies and procedures and ensure consistent application.
  • Ensure compliance with NTBLCP and GF policies and procedures, systems and practices
  • Oversees conduct of disciplinary matters.
  • Oversees collaboration with teams and provides support, advice and assistance in resolving conflicts, grievances and ethical issues

Employee welfare management:

  • Oversees the coordination of staff welfare and recreational activities for staff and execution of the retention strategies defined.
  • Oversees consistent liaisons with relevant HMOs and optimal service delivery to all employees.
  • Ensures deployment of best practice HR solutions that will ensure the organization attracts, develops, retains and rewards the right people to ensure the objectives of the organization and grant are achieved.

Compensation and Benefits management:

  • Ensures prompt and accurate administration of compensations, rewards and benefits to employees
  • Ascertains and oversees prompt resolution of staff complaints on compensation rewards and benefits
  • Monitors the administration of staff loans and advances to employees
  • Ensures cross-checking and reviews of figures prior to payment of compensations and benefits
  • Oversees the entire payroll process

Pensions administration and management:

  • Provides functional knowledge/insight on unresolved issues
  • Ascertains prompt resolution of employee complaints on pension payments
  • Monitors the administration of pension payroll and related issues

Staff placement and deployment:

  • Reviews HR data business data information from for career management purpose
  • Supervises the creation of work structures, organization, jobs and positions on applicable ERP
  • Coordinates appropriate matching of skills and competencies with the available jobs for optimal utilization
  • Ensures that staff records are updated regularly
  • Coordinates the processes involved in the transfer / deployment, posting, secondment and executive appointment of staff

Succession Management:

  • Oversees the succession planning and management for key positions in the Organisation

Performance evaluation management:

  • Coordinates monitoring of performance evaluation and suggests revisions as necessary
  • Coordinates administration of promotion letters for those who have been duly promoted
  • Designs, prepares and implements contemporary processes and practices related to Performance Management.

 Experience and Qualifications

  • HND/BSc in Management or related discipline
  • Membership of the CIPM, CIPD, HRBP, SHRM or any other related professional qualification is required.
  • Minimum of 5 years working experience
  • Reasonable hands-on experience in Grant management, or health sector / NGO will be an added advantage.

Desired Competencies:

  • Knowledge of personnel management processes
  • Knowledge of HRIS application
  • Deep understanding of the industry
  • Knowledge of Human resource strategy development
  • Knowledge of organization development and change management
  • Knowledge of recruitment management
  • Knowledge of career and performance management
  • Knowledge of employee relations management
  • Knowledge of value creation
  • Excellent Organizational and coordination skills
  • Excellent Writing and Communications Skills
  • Application of P/C personal productivity tools such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Oracle HR, SAP and payroll etc.
  • Demonstrates expertise in rewards and benefits management, budget and cost management
  • Strong Negotiation and Interpersonal skills

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Audit/Compliance Officer
Reference Number: GFA009
Location: Nigeria

Job Summary

  • To execute planned audit activities efficiently and professionally in accordance with the Internal Audit Manual and the IIA Standards. Also, to assist the Audit Manager in implementing the internal audit plan.

Roles and Responsibilities
Risk Management and Assurance:

  • Reviews SR and State Office financial and operational reporting systems to ensure integrity and reliability of information for decision making.
  • Provides necessary support and information to external assurance providers to facilitate their independent assessment of NTBLCP activities

Compliance:

  • Follows up with SRs, State Offices and relevant NTBLCP staff to ensure proper, complete and timely retirement of advances.
  • Conducts checks to verify compliance with NTBLCP and Global Fund policies and procedures, and external (regulatory) requirements.
  • Participates in procurement activities as an independent observer to ensure compliance with the relevant policies and procedures.
  • Conducts audit activities in compliance with the audit manual and charter.

Audit Planning:

  • Prepares audit program and budget for review and approval by the Audit Manager.
  • Prepares audit notification including the timing of audits and list of audit requirements.
  • Participates in annual asset verification and inventory/stock taking exercises.

Audit Execution:

  • Conducts regular field visits to sub-recipients, project/ activity locations, beneficiaries, vendors and other relevant stakeholders, as required, to address key identified risks in line with the approved audit plan.
  • Conducts spot checks of transactions to verify purpose in line with grant objectives and agreement, value for money, and appropriate authorization.
  • Routinely carries out physical verification of fixed assets, stock and cash, and follow-up on any discrepancies noted.
  • Performs or assist in advisory/ special assignments including investigations of suspected fraud or misappropriation, as assigned by the Audit Manager.
  • Communicates with relevant stakeholders throughout the audit and ensure that significant issues/ irregularities are communicated to the appropriate authorities for immediate action.
  • Ensures that work done is documented in working papers linked to specific audit objectives and cross-referenced to the relevant audit program sections.

Reporting and Follow Up:

  • Ensures working papers are complete and that evidence obtained is sufficient to support audit findings.
  • Drafts audit report, including key findings and recommendations for improvement, for Audit Manager’s review and approval.
  • Follows-up on significant findings from previous audits and flag any long-outstanding issues for management action.
  • Performs any other duties that can be reasonably expected of an audit/ compliance officer, as assigned by the Audit Manager.

Experience and Qualifications

  • HND / BSc in Accountancy / Finance or related discipline
  • Professional qualification (ACA, CA, CPA / ACCA) is mandatory
  • Professional internal audit/ risk qualification such as CIA, CISA, ACFE is an added advantage.
  • 3-5 years’ experience in internal audit, consulting, assurance services, or a related field.

Desired competencies:

  • Working knowledge of computerized accounting systems.
  • Experience with Microsoft Dynamics (Navision) is an asset.
  • Knowledge of Nigerian Financial Regulation and Tax Laws.
  • Knowledge in executing and implementing risk assessments and programs in the audit area.
  • Knowledge of IFR Standards
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Management.

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Zonal Tuberculosis (TB) Officer
Reference Number: GFA017
Location: Nigeria
Slots: 6 Openings

Job Objectives and Summary

  • To support the NTBLCP in implementing key strategic interventions in every target state / zone assigned providing technical support for all key interventions in the grant in order to ensure the achievement of key targets contained in the GF Performance Framework and in the 2015-2020 TB NSP.
  • Provide closer technical guidance and support on TB to States, LGA and facilities while ensuring quick reporting on key strategic interventions in each state and also support regular advocacy to state authorities
  • Support state level coordination activities and ensure TB service expansion in all the states
  • Supervise and monitor interventions in assigned states while ensuring interventions are delivered timely.

Core Responsibilities and Key Result Areas
Planning & Implementation Support:

  • Support the state in planning and implementation of all planned activities particularly activities related to case finding (e.g. active case finding in the community, TB screening in OPD sites; intensify TB case findings among PLHIV, intensify TB case finding in health facilities; active case findings among high risk groups)
  • Support the states technical in ensuring Global Fund Objectives are achieved.
  • Supervise and Monitor states in their zones and ensure timely implementation of the grant activities.
  • Provide TA for implementation of PMDT at community level and support enrollment to reduce the number of patients on waiting list for MDR patients.

Training & Capacity Building:

  • Provide on the job training/mentoring for state and LGA programme managers to enhance their capacity in planning, implementing and monitoring of programme activities.

Data Collation & Reporting:

  • Facilitate timely and complete collection, collation, analysis of state epidemiological data
  • Facilitate timely submission of state data and reports to the National Programme and the GF
  • Support provision of feed-back and dissemination of state epidemiological data and reports to key stakeholders
  • Facilitate on site data verification and data quality assurance at state and LGA levels.
  • Report quarterly activity implementation and provide plans for the next quarter.

Advocacy:

  • Conduct strategic advocacy to LGAs in the state with aim of mobilizing resources for TB/HIV control efforts.

Compliance:

  • In collaboration with the Finance Officers, ensure that the State Offices/ Sub-Recipients are complying with the terms of the MOUs/ grant agreements including facilitating timely retirement of advances.

Experience and Qualifications

  • Medical Doctor with Master’s level study in Public Health or Social Sciences.
  • Project / Program Management Certification.
  • At least 5 years experience in public health
  • Experience in TB programme implementation is a necessary requirement
  • Experience working with donor funded projects is an added advantag

Desired Competencies:

  • Knowledge of policies and processes of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is an added advantage.
  • Knowledge of GF reporting processes and templates will be an asset.
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Management
  • Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint and Excel skills
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, including professional level English language skills;
  • Competency in Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint and Excel skills.
  • Strong management, supervisory, and capacity building skills
  • Good understanding of budgets, financial processes and financial reporting and compliance with donor requirements;
  • Knowledge of M&E processes will be an added advantage
  • Site data verification and data quality assurance at state and LGA levels
  • Inter-personal and negotiation skills

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Senior Finance Officer (Northern Region)
Reference Number: GFA011
Location: Nigeria

Job Summary

  • To handle all financial management in line with approved procedures and ensure prompt reporting within the given deadline. To assume responsibility for the financial transactions of zonal offices and states under the region, the financial transactions of PR – Procurement (including contracts) and Laboratory Units.

Roles and Responsibilities
Grants Management:

  • Ensures that specific programmes and projects are managed in a financially responsible manner and that significant discrepancies are promptly reported to the Finance and Admin manager for resolution.
  • Undertakes occasional financial verification visits to the zones and states to confirm the adequacy of supporting documentation, accuracy of reporting and adherence to NTBLCP policies and Global Fund guidelines.

Policies and procedures/ Compliance:

  • Reviews the concept notes/ proposals provided with payment/ advance requests to ensure they are in line with the approved work-plan and budget, and that previous advances have been liquidated, prior to approval of subsequent disbursements.
  • For all head office procurement and other activities, ensures compliance with the applicable procedures and that all supporting documentation is in place and checked prior to processing payment.

Period-end procedures:

  • Conducts month-end closing activities including reviewing the accuracy and classification of general ledger entries, completing balance sheet reconciliations (including cash/ bank and advances) and calculating the expenditure allocations to programmes and donors, where applicable.

Financial Planning, Reporting and Analysis:

  • Provides assistance in the preparation of periodic financial reports, including annual financial statements, in line with NTBLCP and donor guidelines and formats.
  • Provides support in work-plan and budget formulation process by providing cost input and other pertinent data including any commitments and, on a day-to-day basis
  • Provides advice to budget holders and other staff on relevant budgetary issues.

Bank and Cash Management:

  • Provides assistance to the Finance and Admin Manager on an ongoing basis to update and refine the organizational cash-flow forecast based on absorption and any identified reprogramming needs.
  • Generates monthly budget variance reports for management including comments to justify any significant variances between budgeted and actual expenditure.

Accounting systems and Financial Records:

  • Prepares the bank reconciliation on a monthly basis and submit reconciliations for final review and approval by the Finance and Admin Manager.
  • Maintains the fixed asset register and inventory records in line with related policies and procedures.

Audit and Assurance:

  • Provides auditors and other reviewers with relevant input/ information and any other required assistance to ensure that the reviews run smoothly
  • Implements audit recommendations and provide regular progress updates to the Finance and Admin Manager.

Tax

  • Reviews monthly statutory deduction schedule (PAYE, withholding tax and Pension deductions) to ensure accuracy and timely remittances to the relevant authority.
  • Reviews and collates the taxes incurred on the Global Fund grants for periodic reporting to the donor.

Human Resources Management:

  • Reviews the PMU payroll on a monthly basis according to the payroll schedule ensuring that all the required deductions are made.
  • Supervises and provides mentoring to direct reports (Finance Officers).

Capability Development:

  • Provides grant compliance training and support to the PMU staff, where required, to ensure compliance with NTBLCP and GF requirements.
  • Carries out any other tasks assigned by the Finance and Admin Manager that can reasonably be expected of a senior finance officer, but not necessarily specified above.

Experience and Qualifications

  • HND / BSc in Accountancy / Finance or related discipline
  • Professional qualification (ACA, CA, CPA / ACCA) is mandatory
  • Minimum of 5 years’ financial / grants management experience, with at least 2 years in a supervisory role
  • Demonstrated experience with donor funded grants. Specific experience in the Health sector and with Global Fund grants is an added advantage

Desired competencies:

  • Experience and knowledge of MOH financial and accounting procedures
  • Knowledge in Finance and Accounts Management
  • Excellent understanding of financial systems, procedures and relevant financial software applications
  • Knowledge of the financial management requirements and policies of the Global Fund to Fight HIV, TB and Malaria
  • Knowledge of IFR Standards
  • Financial Management, Regulatory Framework, Financial modelling
  • Business Acumen
  • Inter-personal and Negotiation skills
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Management
  • Demonstrates expertise in Financial Information Data Analytics
  • Research and investigative ability
  • Data analysis and interpretation
  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office applications, i.e. MS Word, Excel, etc.
  • Experience with Microsoft Dynamics (Navision) is an asset

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Audit Manager
Reference Number: GFA004
Location: Nigeria

Job Summary

  • To handle all audit and assurance requirements on the grant in accordance with the Internal Audit Manual and the IIA Standards.

Roles and Responsibilities
Audit Execution:

  • Ensures that work is done in line with the approved audit program and that any deviations are appropriately justified and approved.
  • Flags major/ urgent issues to senior management for immediate action being conducted in compliance with donor and NTBLCP guidelines.
  • Develops and implements an internal audit performance measurement system.

Reporting and Follow Up:

  • Ensures all Quality-assure work are done including checking completeness of working papers and validity of audit findings and conclusions.
  • Reviews audit reports and submit final versions to management for action.
  • Periodically follows up to ensure implementation of agreed management actions and, where required, flags recurring/ unaddressed issues to senior management and/or the audit committee for further action.
  • Provides an opinion on the overall effectiveness of governance, risk management, and internal control. This will highlight progress made in addressing identified weaknesses and areas for emphasis going forward.

Capacity Building:

  • Conducts advisory/ special reviews on request of management including conducting/ facilitating training, where required.
  • Supervises, coaches and develops direct reports (i.e. Audit/ Compliance officers).

Stakeholder Management:

  • Develops a strong working relationship with NTBLCP management and staff, external assurance providers, and regulators.
  • Performs any other duties that can be reasonably expected of an audit manager, as assigned by the Head of Internal Audit/ Audit Committee.

Audit Execution:

  • Ensures that work is done in line with the approved audit program and that any deviations are appropriately justified and approved.
  • Flags major/ urgent issues to senior management for immediate action being conducted in compliance with donor and NTBLCP guidelines.
  • Develops and implements an internal audit performance measurement system.

Reporting and Follow Up:

  • Ensures all Quality-assure work are done including checking completeness of working papers and validity of audit findings and conclusions.
  • Reviews audit reports and submit final versions to management for action.
  • Periodically follows up to ensure implementation of agreed management actions and, where required, flags recurring/ unaddressed issues to senior management and/or the audit committee for further action.
  • Provides an opinion on the overall effectiveness of governance, risk management, and internal control. This will highlight progress made in addressing identified weaknesses and areas for emphasis going forward.

Capacity Building:

  • Conducts advisory/ special reviews on request of management including conducting/ facilitating training, where required.
  • Supervises, coaches and develops direct reports (i.e. Audit/ Compliance officers).

Stakeholder Management:

  • Develops a strong working relationship with NTBLCP management and staff, external assurance providers, and regulators.
  • Performs any other duties that can be reasonably expected of an audit manager, as assigned by the Head of Internal Audit/ Audit Committee.

Experience and Qualifications

  • HND / B.Sc in Accountancy / Finance or related discipline
  • Professional qualification (ACA, CA, CPA / ACCA) is mandatory
  • Professional internal audit/ risk qualification such as CIA, CISA, ACFE is an added advantage.
  • Minimum of  7 years’ work experience in public health programs out of which at least 5 years’ should be experience working with donor funded projects and managing a team of professionals

Desired Competencies:

  • Working knowledge of computerized accounting systems. Experience with Microsoft Dynamics (Navision) is an asset.
  • Knowledge of Nigerian Financial Regulation and Tax Laws.
  • Knowledge in executing and implementing risk assessments and programs in the audit area.
  • Knowledge of IFR Standards
  • Negotiation, Governance, Risk analysis and Control assessment techniques
  • Forensic skills and Fraud awareness
  • Business process analysis and Total quality management
  • Financial analysis tools and techniques
  • ISO knowledge
  • Data collection and analysis tools and techniques.

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Laboratory Manager
Reference Number: GFA007
Location: Nigeria

Job Summary

  • To manage all the technical aspects of the implementation of the public sector TB grant.

Roles and Responsibilities
Policies and Procedures:

  • Ensures grant objectives and targets are achieved, and that the Global Fund policies and procedures are followed
  • Conducts site visit assessments to GF and other implementing partners supported programs to ensure programs are carried out in compliance with national and programmatic guidelines regarding implementation of quality TB diagnostics and monitoring
  • Ensures project activity proposals and reviews of budget for funding awards are reported as at when due

Monitoring and Reporting:

  • Coordinates preparation and submission of progress updates to PMU team leader
  • Monitors the performances of key laboratory indicators through technical reviews and identifies potential issues, informs PMU team leader and makes recommendations for amelioration and resolution of challenges
  • Prepares, collaborates, and presents technical reports on the results of laboratory investigations and studies, as well as progress made by GF and other implementing partners towards achieving full coverage of TB diagnostic testing needs.
  • Creates and maintains a data base of information on TB diagnostics to guide decision making on prevention and treatment interventions and provide regular quarterly TB updates to PMU team leader and National Coordinator.

Laboratory Administration and Management:

  • In collaboration with the PSM Manager monitor procurement and supply for laboratory equipment and commodities to ensure arrangements are efficient, cost-effective and in compliance with the laws and policies in coordination with the PMU
  • Ensures quarterly review of functional diagnostic sites and analyze results to assess progress towards targets of full coverage of expert MTB/RIF, TB microscopy, culture, line probe assays (LPA) and phenotypic drug susceptibility testing in the country, recommends solutions and communicates red-flags to the PMU and TWG as necessary
  • Liaises through the PMU with the NTBLCP to evaluate new testing and monitoring technologies in the areas of TB and evaluate possible alternative approaches to standard laboratory procedures.
  • Conducts laboratory systems assessment reviews and evaluates technical staff performance on a regular basis.
  • Evaluates, guides and implements possible alternative approaches to standard laboratory methods, recognizing and defining problems in TB/HIV techniques and procedures; evaluate methods for solutions and recommend way forward

Stakeholder Management:

  • Supports the coordination and leveraging of resources with other stakeholders to implement planned laboratory programme activities
  • Liaises with technical specialists at post and with other partners on technical reviews and program management.

Training and Capacity Building:

  • Conducts on the job training of laboratory personnel involved in TB and DR TB testing with focus on quality management, sustainability and accurate testing and monitoring methods.

Experience and Qualifications

  • A Degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences.
  • Master’s Degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences (preferable)
  • Minimum of  7 years’ work experience in public health programs out of which at least 5 years’ should be experience working with donor funded projects and managing a team of professionals

Desired competencies:

  • Sound knowledge of the Nigerian government’s structures and policies relevant to the management and oversight of Global Fund programs and other US government related programs.
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft office, database programs and statistical software
  • Problem solving, Negotiating, Interpersonal skills
  • Internal and External Quality Assurance Systems
  • Research
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, including professional level English language skills.
  • Inter-personal and negotiation skills.

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Logistics Management Information System (LMIS) Specialist
Reference Number: GFA014
Location: Nigeria

Job Summary

  • To manage contract with MIS software vendor/consultant and maintain a working relationship with software vendor/consultant to determine data needed to be collected and the appropriate data resources for specific health data projects.
  • To formulate, implement, and enforce proper data collection policies and procedures.
  • Also, to establish data quality standards and works with NTBLCP, State control programmes, SRs and other stakeholders to ensure logistics reporting standards are met.

Roles and Responsibilities
Project Data Management:

  • Reviews and when necessary update existing data collection and evaluation methodologies, including format design, project criteria and requirements, data compilation, relevancy and usage.
  • Determines data to be collected and the appropriate data resources for specific health data projects
  • Establish data quality standards and works with reporting agencies to ensure standards are met.
  • Ensures quality data collection techniques are established for reporting.
  • Performs document procedures for data preparation including data cleaning, standardization and analysis
  • Develops and implement evaluation methodology related to various health data programs to determine completeness and adequacy of the data collection procedure.
  • Ensures that the applicable LMIS is/are properly installed and rolled out

MIS Management:

  • Ensures that applicable date is (medical and management) is collected from the public and private practices and clinics.
  • Ensures the accuracy, completeness, and consistency of data collection
  • Provides assistances for operational or data problems.
  • Coordinates data entry, transcription, coding, and collating searches and data cleaning.

Data Reporting & Analytics:

  • Guides LMCU staff in LMIS data aggregation and analysis and provide quarterly feedback to service delivery points
  • Develops LMIS analysis reports as required by NTBLCP and other key stakeholders.
  • Develops ad-hoc reports as necessary.

Experience and Qualifications

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Health related field. Additional training in Logistics/supply chain and IT.
  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in Logistics Management of Health commodities.
  • Experience in Health Data Analysis/Management, Statistics, Public Health is an added advantage.

Desired Competencies:

  • Working knowledge of SQL applications.
  • Demonstrable knowledge of the principles and practices of data management, data collection, utilization and validation
  • Knowledge of research methodologies
  • Appreciable grasp of health statistics and its usage for decision making
  • Strong knowledge of drug procurement processes and clearance.
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Management
  • Logistics, Supply Management, and Quality Control
  • Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint and Excel skills
  • Use of quantification tools such as Quan TB
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, including professional level English language skills.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English is an absolute necessity
  • Excellent inter-personal and team building skills.
  • Ability to use computer applications for data collection

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Procurement and Supply Management (PSM) Manager
Reference Number: GFA008
Location: Nigeria

Job Summary

  • To be responsible for the overall procurement and supply Management activities of the grant.

Roles and Responsibilities
Planning:

  • Organizes, Forecasts and Quantifies of TB medicines
  • Places order for the procurement of TB commodities.
  • Plans Shipment based on outcome of stock assessment of TB medicines
  • Coordinates and Participates in TB TWG Meeting
  • Leads and participates in the quantification, forecasting and supply planning of commodities.
  • Collects and analyses Quarterly report of supervision exercise from North West, North East and North Central Geopolitical Zones.

Logistics and Supply Management:

  • Tracks the Shipment of Tuberculosis medicines
  • Ensures proper engagement of 3rd Party logistic for effective distribution.
  • Guides the program on in-country custom and NAFDAC clearance of imported commodities.
  • Collects LMIS Reports (excel and web based like PnP, MMT and NETIMS), analyse and provide feedback.
  • Guides the Preparation of distribution plans and assessing the stock at all levels using the QuanTB Tool.
  • Designs and develops tools to support logistics management

Policy Development:

  • Participates in development of policy documents

Capacity Building:

  • Plans and implements supervisory and mentoring exercises

Quality Control:

  • Ensures that all forms of procurement, both health and non-health, are carried out in line with the provisions of NTBLCP Best Practice Manual and donor’s guidelines.

Experience and Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharm)
  • MSc Pharmacy
  • An MBA or Post Graduate training in Project planning/procurement will be an added advantage.
  • Membership of Nigeria Institute of Purchase and Supplies or any related certification is required
  • Minimum of  7 years’ work experience providing technical support to a large organization, project or government projects, preferably in donor-funded programs

Desired competencies:

  • Excellent understanding of Global Fund Procurement and Supply Management requirements.
  • Strong knowledge of drug procurement processes and clearance.
  • Knowledge of planning and forecasting processes.
  • Knowledge of procurement and contract management.
  • Knowledge of accounts payable and operational controls
  • Knowledge of sourcing and procurement techniques as well as a dexterity in “reading” the market
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Management
  • Logistics, Supply Management and Quality Control
  • Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint and Excel skills
  • Use of quantification tools such as Quan TB
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, including professional level English language skills.

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Manager
Reference Number: GFA006
Location: Nigeria

Job Summary

  • To ensure accurate, timely and complete reporting of programmatic information on the Global Fund grants to the NTBLCP including in the PUDRs and other reporting to the Global Fund.
  • Work with the national programmes to strengthen M & E activities in the Global Fund Programs.
  • Work closely with the program staff to ensure development of technical capacity as well as the integration of M & E activities and responsibilities into all aspects of programming.
  • To collaborate with the national programmes M & E staff to ensure effective program monitoring and implementation.

Roles and Responsibilities
Policies, Procedures and Processes:

  • Develops standard operating systems and guidelines for M&E, reporting, and related services in line with the national M&E framework
  • Ensures adherence of the organisation to the relevant legal regulations, industry standards and organizational policies

Programme Evaluation:

  • Provides support to HIV, TB and Malaria programmes through conduct of periodic review and updating of M&E plans for the Global Fund grants.

Monitoring and Management:

  • Provides necessary support to the Programmes and SRs in the preparation of quarterly progress updates on Global Fund grant activities as required
  • Facilitates on site data verification (OSDV) visits conducted by the LFA
  • Leads and informs the regular monitoring of programmatic performance of the Global Fund grants, and, in conjunction with the NTBLCP program officers

Records Management and Reporting:

  • Coordinates the information collation for timely, accurate and complete programmatic reporting on the Global Fund grants to the NTBLCP and the Global Fund.
  • Ensures accurate reporting of the regular quality assurance of the data collection and reporting systems
  • Identifies and escalates critical issues and their implications to PMU Team Lead for rapid intervention

Stakeholder Management:

  • Liaises and coordinates with the NTBLCP counterpart to make sure that the deliveries of supplies are in line with work programs and targets so that program objectives will be achieved
  • Drafts responses to enquiries from the Global Fund and Local Fund Agent reviewed by the National Coordinator of NTBLCP in collaboration with the PMU Team leader.

Experience and Qualifications

  • B.Sc and a Post graduate degree in Health Sciences, Public Health, Statistics, Population Studies, Demography, Epidemiology or its equivalent
  • Minimum 7 years’ experience in monitoring and evaluation of Malaria or TB or HIV programs and experience in the management information systems in the public sector
  • Training and experience in logical framework, project management and M&E and setting up of M&E systems in health programs

Desired Competencies:

  • Familiarity with the MoH health management information system
  • Familiarity with qualitative and quantitative M&E methods in the health sector
  • Knowledge of relevant evaluation model/tools
  • Excellent writing and oral communications Skills
  • Experience in designing and implementing M&E systems including performance frameworks, project management, and program / project evaluations within the health sector
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft office, database programs and statistical software
  • Problem solving, Negotiating, Interpersonal skills

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

 

Job Title: Senior Tuberculosis (TB) Technical Advisor
Reference Number: GFA002
Location: Nigeria

Job Summary

  • To provide technical assistance to the National Coordinator of NTBLCP and the PMU team leader on current and international best practices in Tuberculosis control.

Roles and Responsibilities
Technical Assistance of the National TB program and GF PMU:

  • Provide technical assistance to the National Coordinator and the PMU team lead on TB global best practices
  • Review national strategies and the program implementation plan of the PMU for adequacy to respond to the current national TB priorities and disease epidemiology
  • Design and implement an internal performance review of the national program and the GF grant activities on a regular basis to inform strategy shifts and design changes.
  • Work to support the technical capacity of the State Ministry of Health’s TB control officers
  • Support the national program in developing its country priorities for the next funding cycle
  • Ensure effective execution of technical support activities and facilitate donor reporting
  • Participates in joint TB/HIV and TB specific supportive supervision visits including technical working group meetings

Training and Capacity Building:

  • Conduct technical capacity assessments including training needs assessments of the Core National program technical staff and the PMU technical staff
  • Develop a capacity building plan based on the findings of the training needs assessments
  • In conjunction with the Global Fund country team, design and conduct capacity building sessions to address technical capacity gaps
  • Bring knowledge to the national TB program and implementation strategies to improve performance (based on experiences in other countries, community level best practices, etc.).
  • Assist in the development and co-facilitate technical TB trainings
  • Provides support and mentorship to the PMU, Zonal and State level TB officers for program implementation

Policies and procedures/ Compliance:

  • Contribute to the review/update and development of guidelines and tools, including SOPs for National, State and LGA TB control

Stakeholder Management:

  • Liaise with international and national technical partners and working groups to ensure a coordinated national response is achieved across all TB related programs
  • Maintain a direct and regular communication with the Global Fund Country Team and TB Advisors to ensure the GF grant is responsive to their recommendations for program improvement.

Experience and Qualifications

  • MBBS with a Masters’ degree in Public Health or Social Sciences.
  • Any relevant qualification is an added advantage
  • Minimum of  10 years work experience in public health and health systems programs with emphasis on TB program implementation of which 7 years must be with a donor funded project and 5 years while managing a team of professional staff

Desired Competencies:

  • Knowledge of the national TB program and implementation strategies
  • Knowledge of Public health issues in Nigeria
  • Project Management and Stakeholder Engagement
  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office applications, i.e. MS Word, Excel, etc. and Microsoft Projects.
  • Excellent understanding of budgets, financial processes and financial reporting and compliance with donor requirements
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, including professional level English language skills
  • Strong Leadership, Inter-personal and Negotiation skills

Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply

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