2021 TALENT POOL RECRUITMENT PROGRAMME – PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT (EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONALS) 415 views0 applications


SOCIETY FOR FAMILY HEALTH

2021 TALENT POOL RECRUITMENT PROGRAMME

Society for Family Health (SFH) is a leading Nigerian non-governmental organisation (NGO) working in partnership with communities, government, donors and the private sector for universal health coverage and social justice of all Nigerians. SFH connects all Nigerians in an innovative social business model to expand access to essential health commodities while boosting overall national health financing. We leverage on over thirty years of thought leadership in a range of practical community-level interventions and policy engagements to scale population-level impact.

SFH is desirous of creating a pool of talented candidates who are Experienced Professionals. Candidates will be tested and screened, and successful candidates will be invited to interview for suitable positions that arise in the course of the year.

What we offer

SFH offers opportunities for each person to bring individual skills, expertise, creativity and innovative ideas to the organisation and in turn find a place for continuous professional development, exposure and genuine impact. Our organisation thrives on innovation, therefore, value professionals with high sense of creative acumen. We believe that as solution providers, innovation is a non-negotiable requirement for us to maintain our leadership position in the industry. You will also be joining an organisation that provides opportunity for collaboration across all strata of the organization and supports the establishment your professional reputation in the NGO sector.

This is an opportunity for professionals who are already established in their chosen field and now desire to move into the development sector or to switch from another development organisation to join SFH’s winning team. We are open to professionals with high intellectual capacity, coupled with a top-notch level of integrity, a track record of success and innovation on previous jobs and a passion for work in the humanitarian/development space.

Requirements

Interested candidates must:

  • Have a minimum of 5 O’level credits (including English & Mathematics at ONE sitting)
  • Have graduated from the University with a minimum of Second Class (Upper Division) or have an HND with upper credit in Statistics, Economics, Demography, Sociology, Philosophy, Psychology, Public Health, Programme Management, Medicine and other related fields of study
  • A Master’s degree in Public Health, Community Health, Project Management, Epidemiology, Nutrition, Infectious Diseases, Health Economics, Health Financing, International Development.
  • Must have completed the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme
  • Must have a minimum of 5 years and maximum of 9 years post NYSC Programme Management experience specifically in any of the following programmatic areas in the non-governmental organization health programming sector: HIV; Tuberculosis; Maternal and Child Health; Sexual and Reproductive Health;  Adolescent Health;  Malaria; Nutrition; Humanitarian and Emergencies; Social Protection services; Non-communicable Diseases; Water, Sanitation and Hygiene.
  • Registration with a relevant professional body will give an added advantage
  • Must be computer literate and proficient in using the Microsoft Office Suite at the minimum

Compensation & Benefits:

The compensation package for these positions is very attractive and designed to attract, motivate and retain talented young professionals.

Closing Date:

This vacancy closes two weeks from the date of publication.

All applications will be treated in confidence. Interested persons without the minimum requirements need not apply.  We thank prospective applicants for their interest in working with SFH, however only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. SFH is an equal opportunity employer and women are encouraged to apply.

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Society for Family Health is one of Nigeria’s largest non-governmental organisations. Founded in 1985 by three eminent Nigerians: Professor Olikoye Ransome-Kuti (late), Justice Ifeyinwa Nzeako (late), Pharmacist Dahiru Wali and Phil Harvey.Society for Family Health Nigeria has a mission to empower Nigerians, particularly the poor and vulnerable to lead healthier lives.Working with the private and public sectors, SFH adopts social marketing and behaviour change communication to improve access to essential health information, services, and products to motivate the adoption of healthy behaviours.By 2017, SFH will be a strong, vibrant, highly efficient organisation conducting value for money (efficient) scalable yet focused interventions. Using a total market approach (using social marketing, free distribution and cost recovery services) SFH will be implementing projects that will target:50% of the burden of disease in Nigeria 50% of persons within the lower 3 wealth quintiles, who will have access to SFH products or interventions A 5% increase in DALYs yearly with 2012 as the baseline SFH will also have a 10% decrease in cost per DALY averted over the period of 2013-2017 using the 2012 value as deadline, and will have generated a 20% increase in unrestricted funds by 2017 compared to 2012. SFH will have developed a plan to spin off a subsidiary conducting logistics, research training, costs recovery products and specific interventions aimed at the for-profit sector including the oil and manufacturing sectors.

0 USD Nigeria CF 3201 Abc road Full Time , 40 hours per week Society for Family Health (SFH)

SOCIETY FOR FAMILY HEALTH

2021 TALENT POOL RECRUITMENT PROGRAMME

Society for Family Health (SFH) is a leading Nigerian non-governmental organisation (NGO) working in partnership with communities, government, donors and the private sector for universal health coverage and social justice of all Nigerians. SFH connects all Nigerians in an innovative social business model to expand access to essential health commodities while boosting overall national health financing. We leverage on over thirty years of thought leadership in a range of practical community-level interventions and policy engagements to scale population-level impact.

SFH is desirous of creating a pool of talented candidates who are Experienced Professionals. Candidates will be tested and screened, and successful candidates will be invited to interview for suitable positions that arise in the course of the year.

What we offer

SFH offers opportunities for each person to bring individual skills, expertise, creativity and innovative ideas to the organisation and in turn find a place for continuous professional development, exposure and genuine impact. Our organisation thrives on innovation, therefore, value professionals with high sense of creative acumen. We believe that as solution providers, innovation is a non-negotiable requirement for us to maintain our leadership position in the industry. You will also be joining an organisation that provides opportunity for collaboration across all strata of the organization and supports the establishment your professional reputation in the NGO sector.

This is an opportunity for professionals who are already established in their chosen field and now desire to move into the development sector or to switch from another development organisation to join SFH’s winning team. We are open to professionals with high intellectual capacity, coupled with a top-notch level of integrity, a track record of success and innovation on previous jobs and a passion for work in the humanitarian/development space.

Requirements

Interested candidates must:

  • Have a minimum of 5 O’level credits (including English & Mathematics at ONE sitting)
  • Have graduated from the University with a minimum of Second Class (Upper Division) or have an HND with upper credit in Statistics, Economics, Demography, Sociology, Philosophy, Psychology, Public Health, Programme Management, Medicine and other related fields of study
  • A Master’s degree in Public Health, Community Health, Project Management, Epidemiology, Nutrition, Infectious Diseases, Health Economics, Health Financing, International Development.
  • Must have completed the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme
  • Must have a minimum of 5 years and maximum of 9 years post NYSC Programme Management experience specifically in any of the following programmatic areas in the non-governmental organization health programming sector: HIV; Tuberculosis; Maternal and Child Health; Sexual and Reproductive Health;  Adolescent Health;  Malaria; Nutrition; Humanitarian and Emergencies; Social Protection services; Non-communicable Diseases; Water, Sanitation and Hygiene.
  • Registration with a relevant professional body will give an added advantage
  • Must be computer literate and proficient in using the Microsoft Office Suite at the minimum

Compensation & Benefits:

The compensation package for these positions is very attractive and designed to attract, motivate and retain talented young professionals.

Closing Date:

This vacancy closes two weeks from the date of publication.

All applications will be treated in confidence. Interested persons without the minimum requirements need not apply.  We thank prospective applicants for their interest in working with SFH, however only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. SFH is an equal opportunity employer and women are encouraged to apply.

2021-01-23

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