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Tuesday, August 08, 2017

Latest Recruitment at Sight Savers

Sight Savers is an international organisation that changes lives for the long term. We work in more than 30 countries to eliminate avoidable blindness and support people with visual impairments to live independently.
 
We are recruiting to fiall the position below
 
Position: Coordinator - Mass Administration of Medicines, Trachoma Elimination Programme
 
Location: Abuja
 
Job Description
This role will support the mass administration of medicines and other initiatives in the national trachoma elimination programme working directly with the Federal Ministry of Health.
 
Key Accountabilities and Responsibilities
Programme Management:
• Support the national eye health coordinator in the overall coordination of distribution of antibiotics towards the elimination of trachoma in Nigeria
• Participates in state micro planning for distribution of antibiotics towards the elimination of trachoma in Nigeria
• Support coordination of implementation of mass administration of medicines and ensure adherence to work plans and budgets for the achievement of planned project outputs and targets in each state
• Coordinate capacity building initiatives as required at the state and LGAs levels
• Support the state and LGAs programme teams to identify and develop innovative approaches for the implementation of mass administration medicines to ensure delivery of programme targets.
• Support collaboration with relevant governmental, non-governmental agencies and stakeholders where necessary for the effective implementation of project activities
 
Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting (50% of time):
• Support the national eye health coordinator in monitoring and supervision of distribution of antibiotics and adherence to preferred practices.
• Conduct monthly programme site visits and follow up on outstanding issues as an integral part of the position.
• The person will be responsible for guiding the overall Monitoring and Evaluation (M & E) strategy, managing the interventions and use of M & E methodology/approaches to meet proposed goals.
• Collate and review all treatment data from the states and report to national eye health coordinator and trachoma technical action committee
Investigate all reports of all adverse experiences and submit findings to National Eye Health Coordinator. Also take appropriate actions to address all confirmed adverse effects
• Work closely with all partners to ensure proper inventory of all medicines supplied as part of the supply chain management of the programme.
• Prepare report for National Coordinator at the end of distribution of antibiotics including final treatment figures within 60 days of completion for submission to relevant partners and donors
• Assist National Coordinator in completing the dossier for the elimination of elimination of trachoma in Nigeria
• Represent the programme office on monitoring and evaluation issues at relevant state ministries and other agencies
• Ensure NTDs data is updated as required and shared with relevant agencies
• Coordinate the preparation of quarterly and annual reports to trachoma technical action committee as required
 
Person Specification
• Technical knowledge of one or more of the five leading NTDs
• Experience in managing an integrated NTD programme.
• A demonstrated record of accomplishment in developing and managing public health programmes.
• Experience in Monitoring and Evaluation.
• Minimum of 5-6 years working experience, ideally in an INGO setting.
• Experience in the management of donors supported programmes
 
Skills (Special Training or Competence):
• Excellent analytical skills.
• Ability to build strong working relationships to enable effective management of partnerships and work collaboratively as part of a global team.
• Proven ability to think strategically and translate concepts into effective action plans.
• Excellent networking and advocacy skills.
• Excellent presentation skills.
• Ability to deliver group training sessions.
• People management skills with a strong understanding of culturally and ethnically sensitive issues.
• Able to travel regularly on project visits
• An understanding of and commitment to equality of opportunity for disabled people.
 
 
Position: Technical Adviser, Trachoma Elimination Programme - 2 positions
 
Location: Lagos

Job Description
• Sightsavers is partnering with the Federal Ministry of Health to ensure wards the elimination of trachoma in Nigeria.
• The technical advisers are being engaged to support the oversight of the quality assurance of trichiasis surgeries support to the trichiasis surgeons and their supervisors across the country.
• They will be members of the Trachoma Technical Action Committee and report to the technical lead of the project in Nigeria and would be on par-time.
 
Job Purpose (the overall purpose and function of the job)
• The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust Trachoma Initiative is expanding its support to the trachoma elimination programme in Nigeria from August 2017 to March 2019.
• As part of the project two consultant Ophthalmologists will be engaged and will be responsible for the technical management of TT surgeons and their supervisors across the country.
• They will support the oversight of the quality assurance of: trichiasis surgeries and the training of TT surgeons to meet minimum requirements. 
• They will monitor, assess and advise on the performance of lid surgeons and TT surgeon supervisors and provide general technical advice on project implementation to the Trachoma Technical Advisory Committee.
• Their remit will cover the all trachoma endemic states in the country and they will report to the Technical Lead – Nigeria Trachoma Elimination Programme - Prof Caleb Mpyet.
• They are expected to work part-time and will be on a retainer with daily rates for days worked.
• Their work will be based on an agreed project requirement with their line manager.
 
Key Accountabilities and Responsibilities
Strategic Programme Planning and Development:
• Participate in strategic planning processes to successfully drive the direction and delivery of trichiasis surgeries and ensure objectives are met in line with national trachoma elimination programme in Nigeria supporting the National Trachoma Manager.
• In collaboration with the Trachoma Technical Advisory Committee develop guidelines and country level action and implementation plans for clearing of trichiasis backlog in Nigeria.
• Provide technical leadership and guidance to the programme to ensure that TT backlog trends are effectively tracked and the data collected is used to develop dossier for the elimination of trachoma in Nigeria with special attention to trichiasis.
 
Monitoring, Evaluation and Quality Assurance:
• Support the national elimination programme in developing a system for monitoring and evaluating programme performance.
• Provide effective monitoring of and guidance to TT surgeons and their supervisors in the implementation of the trachoma elimination programme in Nigeria.
• Support the state supervisors in carrying out routine supervision
• Review and analyse reports of supervisory visits and provide technical advice to the state supervisors
• Monitor all ongoing TT surgery programmes for adherence to preferred practices
• Draw up schedule for surgical audits in all TT surgical programmes for quality assurance
• Conduct TT audits according to guidelines and report to Technical Lead - Nigeria Trachoma Elimination Programme
• Analyse report of audits and schedule frequency of further audits or supervisory visits
• Ensure appropriate actions are taken based on audit findings and, where appropriate, surgeon refresher trainings are properly conducted
 
Person Specification
• Consultant Ophthalmologist with at least five years’ experience on trichiasis surgery
• Having a M.Sc in Community Eye Health would be an added advantage
• Minimum of 3 years’ experience of working and/or collaborating with INGOs on eye health
• Technical knowledge on programme support for trachoma control in Nigeria.
• Understanding of the health system in Nigeria.
• Experience of monitoring and evaluation of eye health programmes
 
Skills (Special Training or Competence):
• Excellent analytical skills.
• Ability to build strong working relationships to enable effective management of partnerships and work collaboratively as part of a global team.
• Proven ability to think strategically and translate concepts into effective action plans.
• Excellent networking and advocacy skills.
• Excellent presentation skills.
• Ability to deliver group training sessions.
• People management skills with a strong diplomatic understanding of culturally and ethnically sensitive issues.
• Able to travel regularly on a national and international basis.
• An understanding of and commitment to equality of opportunity for disabled people
 
Core behaviours:
• Networking and influencing both within and outside the organisation
• Change and improvement - Seeks continuous improvement in own and team’s performance. Assists and encourages others to adapt to change and implement new ideas.
• Communicating and influencing - Identifies the needs of others, uses effective approaches and styles to persuade and communicates to groups in an interesting and effective way.
• Decision making - Consults and listens to take clear and timely decisions.
• Planning and organisation - Develops plans considering all the resources necessary to achieve objectives.  Monitors objectives and measurement systems on a regular basis, identifying trends and key messages in data.
• Delivery and implementation - Continues to perform objectives positively in the face of pressures from various sources. Ensure the team has a ‘can do’ attitude and customer service mentality.
• Team working - Encourages and supports team members to ensure contributions are recognised, delegates effectively and encourages working in collaboration.
 
Key Relationships (Internal):
• National Coordinator Neglected Tropical Diseases Federal Ministry of Health
• National Eye Health Coordinator, Federal Ministry of Health
• State Ministries of Health in Nigeria
• Non-Governmental Organisations
 
Key Relationships (External - Sightsavers):
• Implementation partners - NGDOs
• Sightsavers - Director of NTDs
• Sightsavers NTDs department, including the global disease advisors
• Technical Lead - Nigeria Trachoma Elimination Programme
• Project Director Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust Trachoma Initiative in Sightsavers
• Sightsavers Regional Directors, West Africa
• Technical Lead - DFID and Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust, Trachoma
• Country Director - Sightsavers Nigeria
• Programme Manager Trachoma - Sightsavers Nigeria
 
Application Closing Date 
15th August, 2017.
 
Method of Application:
Use the email(s) below to apply.
• Coordinator - Mass Administration of Medicines, Trachoma Elimination Programme - jobs@sightsavers.org
• Technical Adviser, Trachoma Elimination Programme -jobs@sightsavers.org
Applicants should please download the Application form below and return the completed Application form and Equal Opportunities form as two separate documents to: jobs@sightsavers.org
 
 
 
Note
• We will be contacting shortlisted candidates for interview, shortly after the closing dates.
• We very much regret that in view of the large number of applications we receive, we are unable to respond if you are unsuccessful. I am sure that you will understand the need to concentrate resources towards our work.
• Please attach Application and Equal Opportunities form only. No CV’s accepted
• We’re an equal opportunities employer, and we particularly encourage qualified people living with a disability to apply.

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