Establish risk-based audits  within all operational activities of GHIV Africa, advise on internal control and participate in enhancing internal audit standards and practices.
Design and implement ,and continuously review audit schedule and procedures. Continually communicate key organizational controls, policies, approval limits within the company.
Document audit... evidence (on fraudulent activities) arising from audit and provide internal audit recommendations to the Finance and compliance manager/Executive Director for review and approval.
Conduct thorough and objective examination of financial transactions records. Review monthly reconciliation of all GL accounts by Finance department. Periodically review fund management / cash flow and investment appraisals of the company's resources.
Conduct periodic internal audit of each department.
Prepare and present audit reports identifying weaknesses and suggesting new procedure, controls, and policies, of departments, unit and processes in the group.
Serve as liaison with external auditors (and relevant regulatory bodies) during external audits to meet their requirements and to resolve any issues identified.
Follow up on findings and recommendations made in the external auditor's reports to determine if management has responded accordingly.

Financial Risk Management

Develop risk management strategies to mitigate identified risks.
Review and appraise the soundness, effectiveness, and proper application of accounting and financial controls, compliance procedures and controls and timeliness of documentation generation.
Act as a facilitator in GHIV Africa risk management and carrying out reviews, thereby assisting management in the effective discharge of their responsibilities.
Review monthly variance computation and variance analysis as presented by HOD Finance, and report accordingly to the CEO.
Periodic review of compliance to relevant regulatory authorities.
Review tax management and compliance.


Evaluate and test controls in place to ensure areas for improvement are identified and risks minimized.
Periodically monitor process execution in operational areas.
Monitor quality of Internal and external processes for all departments and functions within the organization.
Conduct orientation of relevant parties on new processes, policies, and controls.
Address specific training and development needs to fill compliance gaps.
Monitor and control Operations.
Review matters relating to exit of staff.
Review handling of disciplinary issues by HR


Bachelor degree in Business management, law, finance, business administration or any other relevant field.
Two to three years working experience in roles related to managing risk and compliances.
Excellent problem solving skills and attention detail.
Compliance and other professional certifications will be considered as an added advantage.

Female candidates are strongly advised to apply.
  • Maiduguri

To support the implementation of PSEA and Gender policies within the organization.
Prevention activities to raise awareness of staff and also development of code conduct addressing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse.
Advise on any PSEA related issues that require immediate action and advocacy.
Provide training and capacity –building activities to identify target groups and... stakeholders in the community regarding PSEA.
Support the project by integrating PSEA during the response and ensure co-workers, community and stakeholders had understanding of regulations.
Responsible for conducting gender analysis and gender-related assessment in the community and providing reports to the Area project coordinator.
Respond to requests and provide advice, assistance and solutions to protect staff related to gender equality and women empowerment both in development and humanitarian context.
Engage with local with local service providers and supervise the gender related components of service contracts, providers and beneficiaries.
Monitor and oversee regular activities implemented focusing on women, men, children and people with special needs in targeted community, making sure of equal access.
Prepare technical and other reports, monthly or as required by line manager.
Support to ensure that gender considerations are integrated into the M& E process and report on gender specific indicators to the project team.


Bachelor degree in gender, social sciences or law
Working experience with an international NGO in related field.
Strong communication skills (verbal and writing).
Good verbal communication in native languages.
Experience in conducting assessments.
Must be a team player with strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with diverse group of people.

Female candidates are strongly advised to apply.
  • NGO/Non-Profit
Location: Nganzai
Job Summary

lead on the screening, supervise MUAC, and formation of lead mothers and reporting, also involving in provision of tom brown supplement to MAM children.
Support the Implementation of the project with the assistance Community Nutrition Volunteers
Assist the Nutrition Officer in Harmonization of all the activities report on a weekly/monthly basis.
Assist the... Nutrition Officer in Document and compile lessons learn and support the MEAL Officer on assessments, Monitoring and Evaluation of Project activities.
Assist the project on assessment, analysis, design, capacity building.
Assist in identification, recruitment, training of community Nutrition volunteers, and Beneficiaries in the project locations.
Assist in Identification and training of stakeholders/beneficiaries at the project locations.
He/she will assist for supervising, training, and building the capacity of the Community Nutrition Volunteers, Primary and Secondary stakeholders,


Assistance Nutrition officer shall  lead on the screening, formation of data tools
Supervise MUAC and formation of lead mothers and reporting.
involvement in provision of RUSF at OTP centers to MAM children
Assist in carrying out project community consultation for community entry.
Assist in developing training materials for the training of community volunteers, Lead mothers, and Caregivers, pregnant, and Lactating Women on Tom Brown production, and IYC, and other training that may come concerning the project
Assist in identifying and recruiting community volunteers.
Assist in developing key massages for beneficiary’s and support the community nutrition Volunteers for the awareness and sensitization campaign.
Assist in developing activity schedule and guide the community nutrition volunteers’ activities.
Support and supervise the activities carried out by the CNMs and send weekly reports to the Nutrition Officer.
Assist the MEAL department on project data collection activities.
Assist in capacity building training for beneficiaries (community nutrition mobilizers, Caregivers, PLW, lead mothers, and mother to mother support group).
Assist Training, supervision, and technical support of CNMs
Provide weekly updates on challenges, progress to the head of programs in all locations of implementation.
Collaborate with community structures, local authorities to strengthen community IYCF
Attend monthly meeting with CNMs, Lead mothers and M2MSGs for need to support record challenges, update their knowledge on production of Tom Brown, and IYCF training, this will serve as a platform to discussing and addressing issues on the project.
Carry out any relevant activities or tasks that you’ll be called upon.

Female candidates are strongly advised to apply.
  • Medical
  • Healthcare
Job Overview: 
As a Communication and Engagement Officer at GHIV Africa, you will play a key role in shaping and delivering our communication strategies. You will be responsible for enhancing our visibility, engaging with diverse stakeholders, and ensuring effective internal and external communication. This role requires a blend of creativity, strategic thinking, and a passion for social... change.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:

Strategic Communication: Develop and implement communication strategies that effectively convey our mission, projects, and impact to a diverse audience.
Content Creation: Produce engaging and high-quality content for various platforms, including social media, newsletters, and our website.
Stakeholder Engagement: Build and maintain relationships with media, partners, donors, and community leaders to enhance our outreach and impact.
Event Management: Plan, organize, and execute events such as workshops, seminars, and fundraising activities, ensuring effective communication and engagement.
Media Relations: Act as a point of contact for media inquiries, prepare press releases, and coordinate media events.
Brand Management: Uphold and promote our organizational brand, ensuring consistency across all communication channels.
Internal Communication: Facilitate effective communication within the organization to ensure all team members are aligned with our goals and activities.
Monitoring and Reporting: Regularly assess the effectiveness of communication strategies and provide reports with insights and recommendations for improvement.


Strong Communication Skills: Exceptional writing, editing, and verbal communication skills.
Creativity and Innovation: Ability to develop fresh, engaging content and creative solutions for communication challenges.
Strategic Thinking: Aptitude for thinking strategically and integrating communication efforts with organizational objectives.
Stakeholder Management: Skilled in building and maintaining relationships with a variety of stakeholders.
Organizational Skills: Strong planning and execution abilities, with attention to detail.
Adaptability: Flexibility to adapt to changing environments and handle multiple priorities.
Digital Proficiency: Familiarity with digital communication tools and social media platforms.


Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Journalism, Public Relations, or a related field.
A minimum of 3 years of experience in a communication role, preferably in the non-profit or humanitarian sector.
Proven track record of developing and implementing successful communication strategies.

Female candidates are strongly advised to apply.
  • Media
  • Advertising
  • Branding
The Finance Manager shall lead the finance department to ensure day-to-day financial operations, with functional responsibility for financial accounting, in line with GHIV Africa’s financial policy, Donor agreement and national law.
Duties and Responsibilities

Provide leadership to the finance department, providing technical support to subordinates and ensuring that all accounting... staff are competently performing their duties and safeguarding organization resources and funds.
Responsible for managing computerized accounting software, electronic payments.
Facilitate payments and ensure that all expenditures are in accordance with approved budgets and grant conditions.
 All under/over expenditure are immediately notified to the Executive Director and Head of Program through the Head of Admin for prompt action.
Support the procurement process providing guidance on budgets and funds available.
 Prepare and review work plan and other budgets for GHIV Africa’s projects;
 Prepare all financial reports as required;
Track and monitor project expenditures against budget; BVA including preparing monthly pipeline analyses for GHIV Africa AHQ and field team;
Propose practical and value-added recommendations to address control weaknesses and/or process inefficiencies;
Participate in closing meetings with donors at the end of fieldwork, providing clear explanations for identified issues
Conducts training for finance and non-finance project staff on financial and grants management
Review all staff accountabilities and claims or refunds
Vet and review invoices and other payment vouchers prior to submitting them for approval
File and keep proper record of all prepayments, accruals, and related accounts

Personal Qualities:

A confident professional with integrity, discretion and the ability to develop trust with staff and managers at all levels.
Energetic, flexible, responsive and willing to be hands-on. Committed to providing a service that makes a difference.
Well organized, with the ability to manage multiple programs and workstreams as well as ad hoc responsive tasks, balancing a range of priorities and deadlines.


Master’s / Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance with at least 5 years’ experience with international development program, Professional certification in ICAN, ACCA, ACA, CFA, etc would be an added advantage.  
Experience with donor-funded projects and experience working in an INGO/NGO environment (Required)
At least 5 years working experience in  this role with INGOs.
Two years experience in a managerial or supervisory roles.
Ability to work both independently and in teams, within a fast-paced environment;
Knowledge of generally accepted accounting, budgeting and fiscal control theory and practices. Budget monitoring and general ledger skills;
Relevant software skills including automated accounting software, database spreadsheets, and Management Information Systems;
Familiarity with Nigerian non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and community-based organizations (CBOs) in Nigeria (Highly Desirable);
Ability to respond to inquiries independently and follow-up on requests in an efficient manner with minimal supervision, manage high-volume of workflow efficiently.
Ability to handle financial and quantitative information with accuracy and precision; resourceful in gathering, verifying and analyzing financial data as well as experience with computer spreadsheets.
Ability to interpret financial information and reports
Ability to work collaboratively, productively and sensitively within a multidiscipline, multicultural environment
  • Finance
  • Accounting
  • Audit
Slot :2
Job Summary:
Provide technical and professional management of information and reporting processes to ensure high quality communication for Nutrition project by developing tools, designing and planning, executing, managing and implementing monitoring activities, evaluation and reporting.

Conduct project assessment on quarterly basis to assess the progress of... the project for adjustments, and possible improvement.
Organize review meetings with project team to validate the MEAL plan and the activity work plan on a monthly basis to know if the project is going as agreed in the original project document.
Develop project performance monitoring tools.
Conduct orientation session with community volunteers on how to use the      monitoring tools and on how to gather project required data for evaluation.
Supervise project performance assessment in the field.
Carry out project performance audit as stipulated in the MEAL plan.
Coordinate with the project officer to ensure quality project output and outcomes.
Carry out project performance audit analysis.
Report project evaluation reports to the MEAL Manager.
Train and build capacity of community volunteer/community Nutrition Assistants on how to use data collection tool and how to collect required project data.
Harmonize filed activities data to produce evidence –based, analytical and quality internal and (donor) reports as per the report frequency.
Handle the development and management of data base management system.

Technical expertise ,skills, knowledge and competencies:

University education or equivalent in preferably statistics, engineering, social science or related fields.
Minimum of 3 years’ relevant work experience in MEAL in Emergency.
Good knowledge of the Logical Log-frame Approach (LFA)
Have worked before as MEAL Officer, with knowledge of assessment planning, design, implementation, analysis especially on a vulnerable population in emergency response settings preferably northeast Nigeria
Good knowledge of child Safeguarding, PSEA policies, the concept of Do No Harm, concept of confidentiality, and good in working with children and vulnerable people in emergency setting
Fluency in speaking and writing of the local languages (English, Kanuri, Hausa and Fulfulde).
Can analyze northeast humanitarian context and come up with intervention priorities. Experience in collection of information using smart phone, and can be able to create forms on Kobo toolbox, train and guide, and supervise field workers on data collection.
Can plan and facilitate FGDs, and participatory mapping sessions.
Experience hiring and managing community volunteers
Excellent communication, and excellent time management skill
Good knowledge of data analysis
Must be a team player
  • Data
  • Business Analysis and AI
The Agricultural Extension Officer will provide critical support to the nutrition project by disseminating agricultural knowledge, promoting best practices related to nutrition-focused agriculture, and bridging the gap between research findings and the practical application within local farming communities.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:

Regularly visit farms to provide hands-on... guidance and support.
Monitor and evaluate the implementation of nutrition-sensitive agricultural practices and provide feedback.

Training and Capacity Building:

Conduct training sessions for farmers on sustainable and nutrition-sensitive agricultural practices.
Coordinate with local stakeholders, including farmer groups and community leaders, to ensure uptake of improved techniques.

 Research and Knowledge Transfer:

Stay updated with the latest research on crops and farming practices that have a positive impact on nutrition.
Disseminate research findings and technical information to farmers and stakeholders in an easily  understandable manner.

Collaboration and Networking:

Collaborate with other departments, institutions, and NGOs to strengthen the nutrition-agriculture nexus.
Attend seminars, workshops, and conferences related to nutrition and agriculture to foster partnerships  and stay updated on industry trends.

 Reporting and Documentation:    

Prepare and submit regular progress reports detailing the activities conducted, challenges faced, and recommendations. 
Document success stories and case studies to showcase the impact of the nutrition project on local communities


Technical Knowledge: Proficient understanding of agricultural practices and their nutritional implications.
Training of farmers as a facilitator is merit
Communication: Excellent verbal and written communication skills to effectively transfer knowledge.  
 Interpersonal Skills: Ability to engage with and motivate farmers and community members. 
 Problem Solving: Ability to diagnose challenges in the field and recommend appropriate solutions
 Adaptability: Ability to work in diverse environments and adjust strategies based on the local context.
 Teamwork: Collaborate effectively with colleagues and stakeholders to achieve project goals.

Field Work and Farmer Engagement:
Educational Qualifications:

A Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture, Agronomy, Sociology, Anthropology, Nutrition, or a related field. A Master's degree will be an added advantage.
At least 2-3years of experience in agricultural extension services, with a focus on nutrition-sensitive agriculture preferred.
Knowledge of local agricultural practices and challenges.
Proficient in the use of agricultural and office software tools.
  • Agriculture
  • Agro-Allied
The Accountability to Affected Populations and Communication Assistant officer (AAP) is in charge of ensuring that accountability mechanisms are in place at GHIV Africa and that they are being implemented across all programs in order to meet GHIV Africa’s minimum accountability standards, particularly in terms of community engagement, which includes information sharing, beneficiaries'... meaningful participation, and feedback and complaint handling. The Assistant AAP/Communication will be responsible for implementing and managing the organization’s Feedback and Response Mechanisms (FRM) process with the assistance of the MEAL team. Furthermore, working closely with the head of programs projects staff, and the MEAL Staff, the AAP/communication Assistant officer will contribute to the successful management of knowledge management and learning (KML) processes by incorporating lessons learned and best practices derived from AAP activities.
This position reports directly to the MEAL Manager.

Actively promote PSEA standards within GHIV Africa and among its beneficiaries.
Help to build the organization's positive image and overall credibility by following the Code of Conduct,humanitarian principles, and the 7 Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) commitments.
Assist the HR/MEAL Departments with the implementation of policies and procedures. And for monitoring, evaluating, and reporting AAP and CHS commitments respectively.
Assist the MEAL team in adapting needs assessments and planning to be more inclusive of vulnerable and marginalized groups or appropriate key informants (women, children, the elderly, people with disabilities, and other marginalized ethnic/social groups).
Assist in the completion of additional AAP analyses/assessments, such as conducting stakeholder analysis; communication needs assessments, and/or community consultations.
Work with the MEAL team to develop and test simple data collection tools based on AAP monitoringindicators.
Ensure that AAP data is collected on a regular basis throughout the project cycle (not just at project mid and endpoints, enabling corrective action). • Assist in the development of a robust monitoring system for AAP initiatives.
Encourage and incorporate considerations for the various needs of vulnerable groups, such as people of different genders, ages, and disability statuses, into all MEAL systems and activities.
As needed, assist or lead in the implementation of gender analyses and gender assessments, including  data collection.
Identify and use the best communication approaches based on community feedback and assessment data  to provide communities with relevant and actionable lifesaving information.
Create tools and methodologies for sharing timely, accurate, and relevant information with communities on  a regular basis.
Ensure that accountability processes are fully consistent with GHIV Africa AAP commitments, such asIASC CAAP, CHS, and the Sphere Humanitarian Charter.
Take part in the regular solicitation and collection of beneficiary feedback on GHIV Africa’s activities and stated commitments.
As part of monitoring, conduct regular checks to ensure that information shared with communities is  understood, relevant, and useful. Feedback and Response Mechanism in the Community.
Assist the MEAL team with the implementation of methodologies for consulting communities on their preferences based on operational context.
Assist the MEAL team in the design of CBFRM channels with community input to ensure they are safe, non-  threatening, and accessible to all (including women and men, boys and girls, and vulnerable andmarginalized groups).
Perform routine quality checks on CBFRM database entries to ensure timely and accurate recording ofcommunity feedback and complaints, and re-educate GHIV Africa staff as needed.
Maintain a central CBFRM database, analyze data for trends, and disseminate findings.
Work closely with the MEAL department to support the development of basic data management tools to capture AAP lessons learned and best practices.
Assist in the creation of a relevant database for tracking and documenting AAP activities (e.g., trainingcommunity sensitization and consultations).
Assist in the creation of project-level AAP reporting and a data flow map.
Support AAP components for internal and external evaluations, as well as community consultations, in order to analyze the performance of AAP mechanisms in projects.
Assist in the preparation of AAP components for project evaluation.
When evaluating AAP aspects, use quantitative, qualitative, and mixed data collection methods.
Update and make report to MEAL department as time may be required, on a monthly basis
In addition, any other tasks that you may be assigned.

Technical expertise, Skills, Knowledge, and competencies:

A bachelor's degree in social sciences, public health, statistics, or international development is typically required, as is experience or background in MEAL and accountability to affected populations. As appropriate, an equivalent combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted.
Typically, 2+ years of practical experience with a humanitarian organization or working with refugees/IDPs in humanitarian settings is required.
Understand key concepts and commitments related to accountability to affected populations (AAP), such as the IASC CAAP, Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS), or other humanitarian quality management initiative.
Understanding of quality management and accountability initiatives, codes of conduct, principles, and standards commonly used in the aid sector, including, but not limited to -The International Red Cross Movement and the NGO Code of Conduct in Disaster Relief -The Humanitarian Charter and ProtectionPrinciples of the Sphere Project -The Minimum Standards. Strong facilitation/presentation skills and/or   experience with community-level information Nutrition campaigns are required.
Proven understanding of accountability mechanisms. 
Fundamental understanding of MEAL processes (monitoring and evaluation).
Must be computer literate with advanced skills in Microsoft applications such as Word and Excel, as well as Mobile Data Collection tools.
Demonstrated ability to think critically and analyze quantitative data,analytical and writing skills withattention to detail are required.
Excellent interpersonal, communication, and listening skills, as well as the ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds and groups.
Knowledge of data protection and confidentiality as part of data collection and management practices, as  well as the ability to respect and maintain confidentiality.
Advanced English proficiency (speaking, reading, and writing).
Advanced Nigerian working language proficiency (English) (Speaking – Reading – Writing).
Strong ability to work independently, organize work, meet deadlines, keep calm under pressure, prioritize work, coordinate multiple tasks, and pay attention to detail
Knowledge and understanding of DO NO HARM principles and internationally recognized child protection   standards.
Experience working with internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), refugees, and other vulnerable populations
Experience with participatory approaches to Health/Nutrition, emergency preparedness, crisis/emergency  relief management, or a related field is preferred.
Exceptional interpersonal and problem-solving abilities, creativity, and adaptability
Works well in and promotes teamwork, is at ease in a multi-cultural setting, is adaptable, and can handle  pressure well.
  • NGO/Non-Profit
  • I'm really interested to work with you and will be grateful to work with you in the future

Location: Machina,Karasuwa,Gujiba (Yobe -State), Nganzai (Borno-State)
Department:  Nutrition/Food Security in Emergency
Duration:12 Months

Job Summary

Develop/update as appropriate the overall Nutrition strategy in collaboration with local and national authorities, the nutrition cluster team and other relevant actors; Assess, verify, and map emerging assistance needs.
Directly... Implement the project with the assistance of Nutrition Assistant and Community Nutrition Volunteers
Harmonization of all the activities report in all the two (4) LGAs to the Head of Programs on a monthly basis.
Document and compile lessons learn and support the MEAL Officer on assessments, Monitoring and     Evaluation of Project activities.
Responsible for the recruitment, training community Nutrition volunteers, and Beneficiaries in the project   locations.
Identification and training of stakeholders and beneficiaries at the project locations.
He/she will be responsible for supervising, training, and building the capacity of the Community Nutrition   Volunteers, Primary and Secondary stakeholders,


Carry out project community consultation for community entry
Develop training material for the training of community volunteers, Lead mothers, and Caregivers, pregnant, and Lactating Women on Tom Brown production, and IYC, and other training that may come concerning the project
Identify and recruit community volunteers
Oversee the implementation of the project activities using the trained Community Nutrition Volunteers
Develop key massages for beneficiary’s awareness and sensitization by the community nutrition Volunteers
Develop activity schedule to guide the community nutrition volunteers’ activities
Support and supervise the activities carried out by the Nutrition Assistant, CNVs and send weekly reports and consolidated monthly report
Responsible for the reporting of Nutrition sector 5Ws on a monthly basis manage, maintain, and update the project data base
Collect and send weekly reports and monthly consolidated reports
Collect and compile lessons learnt and challenges from field locations
Support on project assessments, analysis and support the MEAL department of MEAL process and activities
Design, and carry out capacity building for deep field staff and beneficiaries (community nutrition volunteers and Caregivers, PLW, lead mothers, and mother to mother support group)
Train, supervise, and technically support Nutrition Assistant and CNVs
Observe and record trends and situation of project locations in terms of gaps and persons in Needs for future programming
Provide weekly updates on challenges, progress to the head of programs in all locations of implementation
Collaborate with community structures, local authorities to strengthen community IYCF
Conduct monthly meeting with CNVs, Lead mothers and M2MSGs for need to support record challenges, update their knowledge on production of Tom Brown, and IYCF training, this will serve as a platform to discuss and address issues on the project
Carry out any relevant activities or tasks that you’ll be called upon

Technical expertise, Skills, Knowledge, and competencies:

University education or equivalent in Nutrition and dietaries, or related fields
Minimum of 3 years’ relevant work experience on implementing Nutrition projects in emergencies
Have worked before directly with malnourished children, PLW, Caregivers, and vulnerable population in deep   field
Good knowledge of the Nutrition Sector, and understand the nutrition, food security situation of the northeast   Nigeria
Good knowledge of AAP, PSEA Policies, and the concept of Do No Harm, and good at working with vulnerable   population especial in emergency settings, good knowledge of emergency preparedness, and relief  management
Experience working in emergencies context
Must be a team player


Previous experience in similar roles in a humanitarian set up (WFP, UNICEF and BHA funded    project)
Good knowledge of the intervention area/s and local text

 Note: Females participation is highly recommended
  • Medical
  • Healthcare
Job Summary:
The Health and Nutrition Manager will oversee all Nutrition and health interventions in Northeast Nigeria and provide leadership and supervision in developing, implementing, and monitoring GHIV Africa's health programs. The role will be responsible for designing, planning, implementing, and evaluating all health interventions, with a focus on, emergency response, and nutrition... response. Additionally, the Health Coordinator will be responsible for developing project proposals, preparing and monitoring budgets, performance monitoring for staff, and donor advocacy.

Participate in the development of health and nutrition sector budgets and follow up on their effective implementation.
Supervise and coordinate the implementation and monitoring of health and nutrition project activities.
Conduct health and nutritional surveillance in the program sites, including host community and internally displaced persons (IDPs) based on agreed methodologies including surveys, process
Monitoring, SMART, and assuring the project documentation is in line with the M&E indicator tracking table to ensure project success
Work with the field-based health and nutrition staff and community health Volunteers to establish, implement and monitor community-based management of acute malnutrition activities, coupled
Ensure patient follow-up, referrals, and education for their better management of the project at a community level.
Develop health and nutrition sector work plans for all the GHIV Africa health and nutrition grants.
Coordinate with other GHIV Africa departments and implementing partners to develop training curricula and implementation plans for Community Health Volunteers (CHVs).
Assist in the response and management of any health and nutrition emergency and participate in the development of disaster preparedness systems.
Promote mother-infant and young child feeding best practices in various health facilities.
Oversee implementation and integration of comprehensive growth monitoring program/Mass MUAC screenings, and daily screening for Malnutrition at the community level and report accordingly.
Participate actively in planned program Rapid Health and Nutrition assessment/surveys.
Monitoring and supervising both GHIV Africa and Government supporting the project to ensure work is performed efficiently.
Routinely monitor staff performance according to their job description and provide written feedback in a timely manner.
Oversee continuous training programs for the health and nutrition staff.
Review personnel issues and concerns of health and nutrition staff and assist with determining and implementing solutions.
Participate in the recruitment of health and staff as appropriate.
Participate in the development of proposals, budgets, and concept notes in coordination.
Supervise the use of materials, equipment, and supplies for the intervention.
Identify opportunities for program development

Technical expertise, Skills, Knowledge, and competencies:

University education in Health, Public Health.
Minimum of 5 years relevant work experience in implementing health and Nutrition projects in emergencies.
Can work efficiently with Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Access programs
Most know to analyze project progress
Most know about data assessment planning, data collection, and analysis
Most efficient in the use of data analytics tools and information management tools.
Have worked before directly with malnourished children, PLW, Caregivers, and vulnerable populations in the deep field
Good knowledge of the `health and nutrition Sectors, and understanding of the nutrition, health, and food security situation of northeast Nigeria.
Good knowledge of AAP, PSEA Policies, and the concept of Do No Harm, and good at working with vulnerable populations, especially in emergency settings, and good knowledge of emergency preparedness, and relief management.
Experience working in emergencies context.
Must be a team player
  • Medical
  • Healthcare