Sequence to previous Nigeria Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training (NFELTP) Job Vacancies, NFELTP recruits:
3.) NSTOP POLIO COORDINATOR
To Coordinate the Nigeria Stop Transmission of Polio (NSTOP) program.
The responsibilities of the NSTOP Polio Coordinator include:
*. Provide overall management, oversight, and leadership of the NSTOP program
*. Participate in the design andconduct of training for NSTOP assignees
*. Foster inter-agency collaboration, partnership and communication
*. Provide regular NSTOP updates to interagency team.
Certifications, License, Physical Requirments or Other Expertise Required
a. Education: MBBS or PhD Degree required. Masters in Public Health is an advantage
b. Post-graduate field epidemiology training program, or a post-doctoral training in administration and management.
Prior Work Experience:
The incumbent must have Nigeria field experience in vaccine preventable disease activities. Strong adult teaching experience in preferred.
a. Language Proficiency: English and Hausa
b. Job Knowledge: Strong technical knowledge in Public Health, epidemiology, and immunization
c. Skills and Abilities: Experience in Word processing and statistical analysis software (i.e Epi Info,SAS, STATA, SPSS).
4.) NSTOP PROGRAM ANALYST
To serve as key Analysis to the NSTOP program
The responsibilities of the NSTOP program analyst include:
*. Participate in the selection of NFELTP resident placed inthe NSTOP program
*. Assist with organization andmanagement workshops as needed
*. Provide logistic and technical support to NSTOP field assignees
*. Coordinate interagency activities relates to NSTOP
*. Participate in monitoring andevaluating field work of NSTOP assignees
*. Provide regular updates to interagency team on NSTOP activities
*. Provide data for partner reports, donor reports and presentations.
Certifications, License, Physical Requirments or Other Expertise Required :
*. Masters in Public Health or the Social Sciences. PhD or MBBS is desirable
*. Post-graduate training through a field epidemiology training program is an added advantage.
Prior Work Experience
*. Extensive experience in running international public health program, including training programs is required
*. Field experience with the CDC STOP program and adult teaching experiences is an advantage.
a. Language Proficiency: English
b. Job Knowledge: Good understanding or public health, epidemiology, and immunization
c. Skills and Abilities: Standard computer skills, use of scientific publication software, and scientific literature search engines
d. Knowledge and/or experience: Working with the Nigeria Ministry of Health or other partners is highly desirable.
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Interested applicants should submit resume, application letter and relevant documentation not later than 23rd July, 2012, to:
African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET)
No.50, Halle Selassie Street,
Note: Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
Application Closing Date: July 23, 2012