- 23 Celina Ayom Cres, Jabi 900108, Abuja
- Email: AHNiOperations@ahnigeria.org
- 8:00am – 5:30pm Mon – Thus, 8:00am – 2:00pm Friday
Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) is an indigenous non-governmental organization that promotes socio-economic development by supporting a broad range of global health programs, education, research, and livelihoods initiatives in Nigeria. USAID-funded Accelerating Control of the HIV Epidemic in Nigeria (ACE) with focus on the BAY (Borno, Adamawa, Yobe) states is seeking qualified candidates for the following positions:
ASSISTANT TECHNICAL OFFICER- ADAPTIVE MONITORING, EVALUATION, RESEARCH AND LEARNING: The ATO-AMERL will work with others in the State Office and Local Implementing Partners to ensure that monitoring and evaluation activities are appropriate and meet the Donor and Project’s M&E needs. S/he will re-validate high Frequency reporting, support onsite mentoring activities under the guidance of the Technical Officer-AMERL and take regular M&E tools inventory, reporting same to the Technical Officer-AMERL. S/He will monitor periodic M&E tools distribution to supported sites, provide administrative support to the department, provide M&E support to the states, and ensure that locally employed Monitoring and Evaluation Staff, Consultants and Partners understand and can support the M&E requirements and coordinate the logistics for all State M&E department trainings, workshops and meetings.
Minimum Recruitment Standards
Method of application: Interested and Qualified candidates should forward a suitability statement (application) and resume (CV) as a single MS Word document to: AHNi-M&EJobs@ahnigeria.org
Vacancy closes: Friday 18th June 2022.
Only applications sent electronically (i.e., by e-mail) with the job title and location clearly indicated as the subject of the mail will be considered and only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
AHNi is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Disclaimer: AHNi does not charge Candidates a fee for a test or interview
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