Integrated Service Delivery & Quality of Care Advisor
The Advisor will work closely with programme staff (Advisors at HQ, STLs and Officers in the MNCH2 States) and counterparts at federal and state level to make sure that outputs contribute to and work coherently to improve quality of MNCH services, in the following ways:
- Provide strategic direction to the delivery of quality maternal, newborn and child health and related services for women and children in northern Nigeria through capacity building of health workers, improved conditions at facilities, effective facility audits and HRIS data management systems.
- Ensuring the programme effectively achieves a significant increase in the delivery of quality services for women and children through an integrated package of essential MNCH, routine immunisation and family planning services.
- Contribute to increased and effective investment in the quality of health services by government through effective planning and budgeting.
- Ensure demand for quality services by communities and make sure that health services meet the needs of women, newborn and children.
- In collaboration with the Accountability and Advocacy Advisor ensure availability of robust data and strengthened use of data on MNCH services for evidence based decision making by government and services providers to facilitate evidence based planning and decision making.
- Contribute to the generation and dissemination of high quality data, including on QoC.
- The Integrated Service Delivery & QoC Advisor will work with and report to the MNCH2 Technical Director, to make sure that the QoC strategy is successfully aligned with other programme strategies and contributes effectively to achieving the results as outlined in the programme logframe.
- An advanced degree in public health or a relevant field
- Experience with the development of Quality of Care and Service Delivery strategies and in having a leading role in the implementation of these strategies, overseeing a large team of highly skilled professionals, under a large development programme in Nigeria.
- Understanding and experience working with key existing MNCH and RI strategies in Nigeria.
- In depth experience working effectively with Local Government Area, State and Federal level authorities.
Skills and attributes
- Being an excellent leader and team player, with outstanding interpersonal skills and comfortable working in a multi-disciplinary team.
- Familiarity with the political, social, economic, and cultural context of Northern Nigeria required.
To apply, please send your CV with a cover note detailing how your skills and experience meet the requirements of the role to Christian Haussner at email@example.com. Candidates should state the role in the subject header.
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for interview.
Options is an equal opportunities employer
Candidates require the right to work in Nigeria.