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Job Title: Assistant Technical Officer, Clinical Services

Employer: FHI 360 – Nigeria

Sector: Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)

Location: Adamawa, Nigeria

Req ID: 4117

Basic Function: With the State Technical Officer, the Assistant Technical Officer (Clinical Services) will provide technical and programmatic support to implement high quality care and support activities with primary focus on clinical management of HIV/AIDS, Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV/AIDS, Reproductive Health/Family Planning (RH/FP), TB and integrated medical services at the state level.

Duties and responsibilities:

1.   Contribute to the development of lessons learned from programs and projects related to clinical management of HIV/AIDS, PMTCT, RH/FP, TB and integrated medical services and apply these lessons to modify existing programs and improve the design of new programs.

2.   Assist the State technical officer in strengthening a system of reporting on program progress against stated objectives and monitoring and evaluation frameworks.

3.   Work with the State Technical Officer to contribute to the development of program strategies, subproject documents, work plans and budgets.

4.   With the STO, assist in the provision of programmatic assistance to local partners in programming HIV/AIDS/STI/TB, RH/FP and integrated medical services activities.

Qualifications and Requirements:

1.   MB.BS or similar degree with minimum of 1 year relevant experience in clinical care with a sound understanding of HIV/AIDS with provision of PMTCT and anti-retroviral therapy (ART) in resource constrained settings.

2.   B.Sc. Nursing, Public health, Pharmacy or other closely related field with 1-3 years relevant experience.

3.   Familiarity with Nigerian public sector health systems and NGOs and CBOs is highly desirable.

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