an Indigenous Non-profit and Non-governmental Organization
We are an indigenous non-profit and non-governmental organization with Head Office in Abuja and field offices in several locations across Nigeria. We are in the business of saving lives, making life more meaningful and productive for all Nigerians and especially for people living with; and affected by HIV. It is an organization built on strong core values, we believe strongly in commitment, innovation, inspiring leadership, and partnerships.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: Clinical Services Officer – Adult ART
Job Code: CSU:0043
Grant Duration: Subject to availability of funds and exceptional grant performance
Do You Have What it Takes to Join Us?
We are in search of innovative, creative, and self-motivated talents with outstanding skills and proven track records in the advertised position.
A reliable individual who is committed, audacious, accountable, and passionate (females and HIV community members are strongly encouraged to apply) with strong core values to work with our highly experienced team.
A reliable executor who is flexible and can hit the ground running in aiding the organization achieve its goals as it aligns with saving lives, making life more meaningful and productive for all Nigerians and especially for the most vulnerable. If this typifies you, kindly read on.
The incumbent will support in the provision of quality assurance/ improvement focused technical assistance and serve as subject matter expertise regarding process improvement initiatives across ART/ TB, PMTCT, care and support, prevention & community services.
The job holder will provide periodic updates to the Program Manager QA and supervise the central Clinical Quality Assurance Officers
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Provides direct technical assistance to health care facilities supported by CIHP in the state will be responsible for coordinating and managing the technical services essential to the functioning and effective implementation of the Adult, Pediatrics, PMTCT/FP and TB/HIV Treatment programs
Provides technical support in the development, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of activities, strategies and policies around HIV prevention with focus on integrating PMTCT into maternal and child health.
Supports programs to strengthen linkages and integration between sexual and reproductive health (SRH), Maternal Newborn and Child Health (MNCH) services and HIV/AIDS programs
Provides medical and technical expertise and training for HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment efforts including antiretroviral prophylaxis implementation in the area of PMTCT. This will include scale up of the provision of combination ARV regimens and antiretroviral
Serves as a resource for the evaluation of ongoing pediatric care and treatment programs, and in the subsequent development of new and/or expanded programs for the care and treatment of HIV/AIDS in infants, children, and teenagers.
Facilitates the Treatment for special populations- Children of KP, OVC, PMTCT Linkages & adolescent care and Pediatrics friendly clinics, transitioning and community ART, Pediatrics quality improvement-cascade management
Strengthens linkages systems with PMTCT to ensure all live births of HIV infected mothers are enrolled into child follow up care and institute programs to identify HIV exposed and infected children including inpatient pediatrics testing programs, pediatrics HIV testing in adult clinics, linkages with OVC etc.
Provides support to state for Community TB & linkages – standalone DOTS, community TB contact tracing, TB in special cases – pediatrics, pregnancy and KP and TB prevention (TB BASICS). TB /HIV Case management, intensified case finding and IPT and TB Quality improvement- TB cascade management
Builds capacity of facility personnel to better implement their role in the technical planning, management and evaluation of clinical issues related to HIV/AIDS Treatment programs.
Provides on-going mentoring and supervision to clinicians; serve as a resource for quality service improvement, evaluation and delivery.
Inspires the facility care team to perform or out-perform as per facility target by aligning facility team goals, roles and responsibilities.
Qualifications and Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine, Public Health or a related field; or a Master’s or equivalent in public health or related fields
At least 5 years’ post NYSC experience in developing country health care programs or program support function
Knowledge of the policies, regulations, reporting formats, and cultures of principal donors, including USAID, EC, DFID, CDC/PEPFAR, and others
Extensive clinical experience in care and treatment of HIV/AIDS patients
Demonstrated experience in non-profit sector in a program management role
Strong supervisory and management skills
Ability to lead teams and promote cross learning
Ability to handle confidential information with discretion and make reasoned judgments in a timely fashion. Committing to a course of action without undue delay or prevarication
Willingness to work under challenging environments and difficult terrains.
Ability to handle confidential information with discretion and make reasoned judgments in a timely fashion.
Committing to a course of action without undue delay or prevarication.
Application Closing Date
4th January, 2023.
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online
Submit their current CV and Suitability Statement not more than 200 words indicating Position and Location in Microsoft Word format by email to: [email protected] The subject of the email should be the JOB TITLE, LOCATION AND APPLICANT FULL NAME e.g. Clinical Services Officer – Adult ART – CSU:0043 – Kaduna – ADESUWA NWACHUKWU.
It is important to apply via the link and the mail, as applications sent to ONLY the email address will be considered invalid.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted to advance to the next stage of the selection process.
Qualified Locals and residents of this location are encouraged to apply.
Applications are reviewed in the order of arrival, and we reserve the right to close the offer before the term initially indicated if suitable applications are received.
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