Management Sciences for Health Job Vacancies

The LMS Prevention Organizational Systems AIDS Care and Treatment Project (ProACT) is a USAID-funded project managed by Management Sciences for Health (MSH). The goal of the project is to build the capacity of Nigeria’s public/private institutions and communities to strengthen sustainable systems for HIV/ AIDS and TB service delivery. The project seeks to recruit highly creative and innovative individuals with cutting edge technical skills and integrity to fill the following vacant position:
Job Title: State Laboratory Systems Specialist (1 Position)
The objective of the Laboratory Specialist position is to provide technical leadership and management of the project State laboratory program in a manner that strengthens state government ownership and leadership of continuous lab improvements and leads to sustainable HIV/AIDS prevention and control efforts.

The suitable candidate shall posses a post graduate degree in Medical Laboratory Science and at least 5 years technical working experience in an automated HIV/AIDS laboratory and demonstrable capacity to operate a CD4, hematology and chemistry automated equipment.
- She/he will have program management experience particularly with relevance to managing laboratory systems at a senior level.
- Experience managing, supervising and coaching laboratory staff is mandatory.
- PEP FAR experience is desirable. Experience in operations research and health system strengthening shall be an added advantage.
Method of Application
Interested persons may send comprehensive resume with a brief cover letter as ONE MS Word document to not later August 11, 2010. If you wish to be considered for a post, please specify the position in the subject line.
Note that if the underline instructions are not followed application will not be considered


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