Assistant Technical Officer-Monitoring & Evaluation/Communication

Ngala - Borno
Posted 11 months ago

Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) is an indigenous non-governmental organization that promotes socio-economic development by supporting a broad range of global health interventions, education and economic initiatives in Nigeria. AHNi is an allied organization to Family Health International (FHI360) with co-existing and mutually supportive interest in advancing the collective goals of the people and communities served. AHNi currently has its headquarters in Abuja, Nigeria.

AHNi in partnership with FHI 360, will implement the Strengthening Humanitarian Assistance and Resilience to Affected Populations, an NHF-funded project, in Ngala and Banki-Bama LGAs, Borno state. The project will implement WASH and Nutrition sector activities in the named locations. The project will complement ongoing multi-sectoral interventions in Ngala to address prevailing needs in the targeted locations.  

To this regard, we are seeking qualified candidates for the following positions:

ASSISTANT TECHNICAL OFFICER-MONITORING & EVALUATION/COMMUNICATION: Will support project M&E systems towards ensuring quality data and information management and reporting of the NHF-funded project and other deliverables. S/he will work with program and technical staff to support the correct implementation and use of monitoring and evaluation tools, and adherence to complete, correct and timely reporting, ensuring that the quality of program/project activities adheres to SOPs by supporting the development and implementation of appropriate mechanisms to ensure quality. S/He will work with others and local implementing partners to ensure that the monitoring and evaluation activities are appropriate and meet the donor and project’s M&E needs.

Minimum Recruitment Standard:

  • BS/BA in Statistics, Public health, Development studies, Monitoring and Evaluation or in relevant degree with 1–3 years’ relevant experience in monitoring and evaluation or data management.
  • Familiarity with Nigerian public health sector systems and NGOs and CBOs is highly desirable.
  • Familiarity with Northern Nigeria context and locations (Banki, Bama, Dikwa, Ngala, and Damasak).
  • A sound understanding of humanitarian assistance programming is desirable.

Method of application: Interested and qualified candidates should forward a suitability statement (application) and resume (CV) as a single MS Word document to:

Vacancy closes: Wednesday, January 11th 2023

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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