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Grid Consulting Nigeria has required Capacity Building Programme Officer (CBPO) for Malaria Action Programme for States (MAPS) Program. The job holder will work with the country office and state MAPS team to facilitate the achievement of key programme outputs, develop work-plans for programme capacity building and maintain effective relationship with all MAPS team members

Responsibilities:
Candidate will be actively involved in the initiation, design, management, implementation and coordination of programme activities in the national and state level to scale up key malaria control interventions in Nigeria.
The Capacity Building Programme Officer will oversee activities of short term consultants and also provide support to the Ministry of Health and programme partners in the implementation of programme capacity building activities.

Qualified candidates should possess the following:
A post-graduate qualification in Public Health or other related disciplines with at least 3 years’ experience in a coordinating role working with an international donor funded programme.
He/She must be attentive to detail, highly organized, flexible and self-motivated. S/he must be able to meet tight deadlines and prioritize efficiently.
Other skills essential for this position include: good communication, organization and demonstrable computer application skills e.g. MS Office.

How to apply?
To apply for this post, please email a covering letter addressing your suitability for the post and a CV to maps@gridconsulting.net. Please quote the job title in the subject line.

Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Please send your application CV's before 12th November, 2012.

Interview date: Commences afterwards

About the MAPS Program
‘USAID-funded programme to support the National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP)’

The USAID supported Malaria Action Programme for States (MAPS), is a five year program being implemented in seven states (Benue, Cross River, Ebonyi, Nasarawa, Kogi, Oyo and Zamfara states). It is implemented by a consortium led by FHI 360 with the other partners the Malaria Consortium and Health Partners International. This team will take on USAID’s mandate of improving malaria control at scale in seven states.

Health Partners International (HPI), one of the implementing partners of the MAPS programme, now seeks to employ qualified professionals to fill 2 vacant positions. The programme has been in operation for over 3 years and is now expanding to 4 additional states; namely; Enugu, Jigawa, Kaduna and Yobe.

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