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We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: Nutrition Senior LGA Facilitator
Reference Number: DUN081
Locations: Sokoto & Zamfara
Reports to: The Nutrition Specialist
- The role is for Deloitte Independent Facilitators, who will develop essential linkage between the UNICEF FO and the LGA for coordination and integration of nutrition activities implementation of nutrition in their assigned areas
- These facilitators will be responsible for supervising the day to day implementation of nutrition activities and the daily operations of the ward nutrition supervisors with a focus on ensuring quality implementation and data reporting.
- Coordination and supervision of Nutrition activities within LGA of assignment in collaboration with the LGA nutrition focal person.
- Provide weekly update on the humanitarian situation and relevant updates on the changes, such as influx of new IDP’s or disruption to services.
- Ensure that national guidelines are followed for the provision of Nutrition services at the community and facility levels.
- Ensure adequate stock of key commodities (RUTF, MNP) are available within the LGA and at facilities.
- Monitor the distribution and utilization of Nutrition commodities and provide reports on suspected misuse to supervisor.
- Participate in meetings at LGA and state level as required.
- Supervise the ward nutrition supervisors and provide regular updates on the functioning of the community structures to the supervisor, including compiling of data from nutrition implementing sites.
- Ensure that nutrition supplies are requested appropriately, stored in good conditions at LGA level and report inappropriate storage conditions to supervisor.
- Coordinate the activity of community nutrition mobilizers
- Any other duties assigned by supervisor that are in line with the general job description.
- University Degree in Public Health, Nutrition or a Health related field OR the equivalent.
- At least 3 years experience in Health/Public health program management.
- Experience working in emergencies will be an advantage.
- Experience in working with communities on Nutrition and/or other health related issues.
- Must be a computer literate.
- Fluency in English and Hausa is compulsory.
- Good verbal and communication skills
- Demonstrated leadership skills.
- Effective Communication skills and a people person.
- Good verbal and communication skills.
- Demonstrated leadership skills.
Job Title: Health Senior State Facilitator
Reference Number: DUN082
Reports To: The Health Specialist
- The role is for a Deloitte Independent Facilitator who will take on responsibilities as a Senior State Facilitator for the UNICEF Health Programme in Adamawa State.
- Support the development of annual state work plans and implementation of quarterly state work plans for EPI (social mobilisation and vaccine security) to ensure conformity with comprehensive Multi-Year plan (cMYP) and articulation of a well-defined action tracker for monitoring implementation.
- Support the development and implementation of state work plans for EPI (social mobilisation and vaccine security) to ensure conformity with the comprehensive Multi-Year Plan (cMYP) and Effective Vaccine Management Improvement Plan (EVM IP) including articulation of a well-defined action tracker for monitoring implementation.
- Support the development of State Logistics Working Group (SLWG) Work Plans towards implementing the vaccine management standards and practices including bundling vaccines, maintaining stocks levels, preparing and following optimised distribution plans of vaccine, devices and data tools for RI and SIAs and ensuring cold chain functionality and maintenance in line with Effective Vaccine Management (EVM) standards:
- Review the temperature records of state cold stores and advocate for solving identified gaps such as ensuring timely repair and routine maintenance of cold chain equipment; backup generators are functional, adequate funds are provided to operate generator as required on continued basis and provide regular reports.
- Ensure that computerized temperature monitoring devices provided to stores are functional and maintained and Temperature Monitoring and Control (TMC) systems are adhered to.
- Facilitate the development of a State Action Plans for implementation of the Polio and other SIAs including MNCHWs in the target States and support their implementation.
- Facilitate tracking progress of implementation of the Effective Vaccine Management (EVM) improvement plans at state, LGA and health facility level by the SLWG.
- Serve as State technical advisors in cold chain management, delivery and distribution of vaccines for the polio eradication and routine immunisation programme:
- Assist with the implementation of guidelines and norms regarding cold chain and safety of immunization services delivery.
- Support the state team in ensuring timely planning and disbursement of funds to LGAs.
- Develop specific related vaccines security and logistics strategies for reaching the hard to reach nomadic and minority groups in the high risk within the state.
- Transfer of competencies to State and LGA Cold Chain/Logistics Officers on VSL issues:
- Support capacity building of government and partners in immunizations with special emphasis on VSL taking into account the lessons learnt and new developments from the Effective Vaccine Management (EVM) processes and New Vaccine Introduction.
- Support capacity building of State cold chain officers on new cold chain equipment technologies in light of GAVI CCE optimisation systems for effective cold chain planning in respective states.
- Assist State/LGAs in building cold chain and logistics equipment inventory and efficient equipment management systems, utilize same for needs assessment and provide corrective trainings as the need arises.
- Support states in conducting trainings, supportive supervisions in vaccine management & logistics and cold chain maintenance.
- Provide regular comprehensive bottleneck analysis of stock, cold chain operational status and coverage (RI & SIA) of states and support states in implementing the innovative solutions on a monthly basis.
- Support the CCO and SIO to be conversant with the use of national Stock Management Too/LMIS and ensure completeness and accuracy of the data therein.
- Undertake supportive supervisory field visits to LGA and communities to assess progress, identify problems and propose remedial or alternative strategies or courses of actions to accelerate/improve quality of EPI delivery in the assigned state.
- Carry out any other duties in support of UNICEF led Health interventions as assigned by supervisors or authority of UNICEF Field office.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Business / Health Sciences / Material Management / Engineering or equivalent (minimal).
- At least three (3) years progressively professional work experience with at least one (1) year providing technical support in the area of logistics, supply chain management, health, immunization, cold chain (OR) a Master’s Degree in Public Health or Pharmacology, Business or Engineering.
- At least one year experience in managing cold chain system for vaccines or other related medical supplies and providing immunization services is an advantage.
- Fluency in English. Knowledge of the three (3) major Nigerian languages is an added advantage. of the duty station is an asset.
- Experience in social mobilization, advocacy and communication in health-related programmes, training/capacity building, team leading and team building.
- Proven ability to conceptualize, innovate, plan and coordinate logistics activities as well as to transfer knowledge and skills.
- Strong analytical and negotiating skills.
- Proficiency in computer applications including excel and PowerPoint.
- Ability to work in a team.
- Ability to monitor progress, collect and analyse data, effect corrections and prepare reports.
- Demonstrated ability to work in an international or multi-cultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationships both within and outside the organization.
Deadline: 26th November, 2020.