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Job Title: Program Officer, Organizational Development
Job ID: 12-4377
Job Location: Abuja
Center/Office: CHS - General   
Project/Program:  Nigeria / CUBS Application 
Organisation: Management Sciences for Health, Inc. (MSH)

This position is based in Abuja and reports directly to the Chief of Party. The position requires frequent travel at least 50% of the time.

Overall Responsibilities:
•   Program Officer organizational development (POOD) will be responsible for all aspects of organizational development and improvement of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) under contract with the CUBS project.
•   S/he is in charge of providing overall coordination of all capacity building in the area of CSO organizational development interventions in the 11 target states.

Specific Responsibilities:
•   Setting baseline of CSOs in terms of their organizational capacities
•   Developing training plans based on needs identified
•   Locating and leveraging technical resources from within MSH Nigeria to implement the plan
•   Monitoring the implementation of policies and procedures by the CSOs
•   Supporting project staff at state level to provide supportive supervision to CSOs to improve organizationally
•   Providing quarterly progress reports of CSOs improvements to COP and project technical team
•   Reporting CSO progress bi annually to CSO CEOs at review meetings
•   Coordinating activities and related interventions with Advisors responsible for other technical areas
•   Collecting and updating CSO data into the project Monitoring framework and plan
 
Qualifications:
•   Bachelor’s degree in public health, education, public administration or management, or a combination of equivalent relevant experience and education.
•   Minimum of 3 years experience managing and engaged in health and education projects, Reproductive Health/Family Planning, or Maternal Child Health, or integrated health projects.
•   Demonstrated technical expertise in at least one of the following areas:  Child Survival; Reproductive Health/Family Planning, Maternal Child Health, Child survival/Immunization, Organizational Capacity Building, Quality Assurance, integrated health education, and Behaviour Change Communication.

Demonstrated successful experience collaborating with community, local, and State-level partners. Understanding of US Government regulations and administrative procedures

For online application: http://jobs-msh.icims.com/jobs/4377/job

Due Date: 21st October, 2011.

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