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The Women for Health (W4H) programme is a 5 year DFID-funded health programme with the main objective of addressing the severe shortage of female health workers in five selected states in the Northern Nigeria. Women for Health is in full support of the MDG goals on reduction of child and maternal mortality especially in the selected Northern states in Nigeria and aims to address this through provision of female health workers in order to encourage improved access to health for women. The programme will address the critical health sector human resource challenges by using an approach which empowers women as service providers. Women for Health (W4H) are operated by a consortium of three organizations, namely: Health Partners International UK, Save the Children, UK and GRID Consulting Nigeria. As the programme commences its activities in Jigawa, Katsina, Zamfara and Yobe with coordination from the programme head office in Kano.

There has a vacancy for the post of Driver. This position will be based in each of the five (5) operating States (Jigawa, Katsina, Zamfara, Yobe, Kano (Nigeria)). The Driver will be responsible for operating the programme vehicle and ensuring general safety for the vehicle at all times. The successful candidate will also be responsible for pick-ups and other scheduled programme appointments.

Qualified candidates should possess the following:
A min. of five (5) years driving experience and not less than an SSCE qualification is required for this position.  
Ability to speak, write and read English Language is essential for this position.
Previous experience in a similar role and environment will be an added advantage.

How to apply?
To apply for this post, please email a covering letter addressing your suitability for the post and a CV to W4H@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 20th November, 2012.

Interviews will commence thereafter.

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