Maternal health and reduced child mortality through increased contraceptive prevalent rates in selected urban cities in Nigeria. As part of a Supplement to the on-going NURHI Project implementation, NURHI is seeking highly motivated individual to join the team.


Under the supervision of the Bee Officer; the Program/Finance Assistant is responsible for providing logistics assistance and office support to the NURHI Supplement Project in Ilorin. This may include but is not limited to funds disbursements, receptionist duties, and coordination of field-based staff requests.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:
Coordinate various information for efficient operation, management of the funds, and reporting procedures;
Respond to field-based staff requests for information, documents or assistance promptly as relates to the project, including assisting on banking transaction at the project site;
Maintain organized files/records on all related program and finance documentation, reports, and documents;
Format, edit, photocopy and disseminate documents as may be required for the project;
Assist with office management logistics and compliance with project policies;
Assist staff with preparation and logistics for meetings, seminars, workshops and other events;
Write up and share minutes of all non -confidential formal meetings;
Attend to documentation request/needs in collaboration;
Manage petty cash funds and monitor functions in the field on funds disbursement; and
Attend to other jobs as may be assigned by the NURHI Supplement Project staff.

Great organizational and interpersonal skills
Strong writing, typing and computer skills
Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Powerpoint)
Education and/ or Experience
Minimum of OND Certificate in related Social Sciences, university graduate preferred
Experience working in an office, preferably a development NGO environment;
Some degree of knowledge of M&E, DATA Analysis may be an added advantage.
Language Requirement
Must be able to write, speak and read fluently in English and Yoruba

The M&E Officer will work with project field staff under the guidance of the M&E Advisor and the Baltimore research team to (1) coordinate NURHI Supplement Project research activities in Ilorin and (2) assist the NURHI M&E team with the NURHI monitoring activities.
Work with supervisors to develop or assist in the development of data collection tools and training to support the research, monitoring, and evaluation of NURHI supplement project activities;
Work with the NURHI M&E team to assist in monitoring data collection, entry and analysis;
Assist with the development and monitoring of research-related contracts and consultancies;
Collect data from staff and beneficiaries for use in quarterly and annual reports;
Perform qualitative and quantitative analyses of data collected during formative studies and operations research activities as needed;
Complete regular data analysis reports that track NURHI supplement activity progress against performance indicators;
Conduct desk research using a variety of sources to meet information needs of NURHI supplement project staff and advisors;
Develop and maintain an office library/resource center with materials and documents relevant to program operations; and
Perform other related duties as necessary.

Strong organizational, interpersonal, and management skills
Good problem solving and independent thinking skills
Solid experience developing and managing databases
Proficiency using Microsoft Word, Excel, and database software (EpiInfo, SPSS)
Experience working on and reporting on indicators
Education and/or Experience

Minimum Bachelor’s degree in public health or social sciences; Master’s level preferred
3-5 years experience managing research projects and databases
Language Requirement
English and Yoruba fluency (oral and written)

The Bee Officer will provide support to the behavior change communication activities for the NURHI Supplement Project in the selected intervention sites within in Ilorin. The position requires high emphasis on coordination with the research team and NGO partners. The BCC Officer will work under the guidance of the NURHI Deputy Project Director.
Provide assistance and support to program staff in all aspects of Bee development, implementation, and evaluation;
Collaborate with NURHI partners and other key stakeholders involved in ANC and reproductive health
Provide assistance in the development and implementation of communication strategies and materials for the project;
Assist in writing reports and documenting success stories relating to project interventions;
Work closely with NURHI project staff, NGOs, and formal and informal community leaders;
Provide supervision and mentoring to NURHI Supplement Program/Finance Assistant;
Assist in organizing and managing events: and
Perform other duties as necessary.

Strong organizational, interpersonal, and management skills
Good problem solving and independent thinking skills
Strong writing skills
Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
Education and/or Experience

University or equivalent degree in public health, social sciences or communication preferred; Master’s level preferred
3-5 years working. in health communication programs, mass media, or BCC projects
Experience working for an NGO or international donor-supported agency or project
Language Requirement
English and Yoruba fluency (oral and written)

Provide overall operating of vehicle in conveying Project staff and other roles as a project driver to address the project needs at all time within the location of assignment. The Project Driver is directly supervised by Bee Officer with an additional coordinate relationship with the NURHI Admin/HR/Logistics Officer based in the Abuja HQ Office.
To support program activities by safely operating a project motor vehicle in compliance with road traffic and company regulations;
To transport project staff to official meetings and activity site visits;
To deliver official parcels or letters to partner or other offices;
To ensure that project vehicles and accessories/tools are clean, safe and in good working condition at all times;
To carry out vehicle inspections before and after official journeys in order to detect defects, which must be reported for immediate repair;
To perform minor repairs and daily maintenance of vehicles
To ensure that all the vehicle particulars are inspected regularly with a view of calling the attention of the NURHI Admin/HR/Logistics Officers at the Abuja HQ Office to the prom pt renewal of the particulars.
Take necessary/proper actions in case of any accident to protect the interest of the Project.
To maintain a log-book to record details of all trips made and fuel consumption;
To ensure safe custody of the vehicles after of the hours; and
Attend to other related jobs as maybe assigned by NURHI Management.

Minimum O Level Certificate of Secondary Education
Clean Class e Driving License
Minimum 5 years driving experience
Willingness and flexibility to travel outside Ilorin to various locations throughout Nigeria

Must be able to speak, read and write in English and Yoruba
Qualified candidates for the above positions should forward their applications and CVs by email to with the title of the “Position” on the subject line of the e-mail.
Language Requirement for all positions: English and Yoruba fluency (oral and written) will be an added advantage for the positions.

Closing Date: 11 / 10 /2012


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