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Nigeria Red Cross Society (NRCS) Recruitment 2023/2024 Job Vacancies

This is a notice that Nigeria Red Cross Society (NRCS) Recruitment and job vacancies for 6 job position is now made available for all eligible applicant who may wish to apply for the ongoing application. It is important to note that Nigeria Red Cross Society (NRCS) Recruitment form is open for only eligible ND qualified Applicant who may wish to apply online.

All you need to do is to go by the instructions that had been updated for you on Nigeria Red Cross Society (NRCS) Recruitment 2022 Online application form. Also ensure you note the deadline for application.

How to Apply for Nigeria Red Cross Society (NRCS) Recruitment

Nigeria Red Cross Society (NRCS) Recruitment Application Portal Job Vacancies

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Technical Officer – Clinical Services (TO-CS)
Location: Abuja
Job Purpose
The Technical Officer – Clinical Services (TO-CS) will lead the delivery of health and nutrition intervention to the Cameroon refugees and host communities in his/her location by providing technical assistance and support to existing Government systems and structures to improve primary healthcare services and referral linkages.
Job Responsibilities
TO-CS shall be responsible for ensuring that effective, efficient, and quality clinical services are provided at the respective health facilities where he/she shall be stationed.
TO-CS will coordinate and lead the medical outreach team in providing health care to the refugees in the settlements and health care facilities.
Responsible for ensuring that effective, efficient and quality clinical services are provided at the respective health facilities where he/she shall be stationed.
Provide mentoring and on-the-job training for Health staff and Volunteers in supported Health facilities and in the settlements according to the National guidelines and SoPs.
Support the setting up and strengthening of Ward/Village Development Committees to support health facilities and ensure their operations are in synergy with minimum standards of NPHCDA and BHCPF.
Provide technical guidance to Assistant Technical Officers – Nutrition, Mental Health, Essential Drugs, M&E team in the team.
Undertakes patients’ consultation and physical examination and promotes health education
Responsible for generation of Note for File (NFF) for Persons of Concern (PoC) requiring referrals to secondary and tertiary care; for the purpose of approval by the Project Manager
Follow up with PoCs on admission at secondary or tertiary health facilities, monitor their management and progress, provide feedback and generate discharge summaries and verification of medical bills.
Be responsible for ensuring that medicines and medical supplies are available for the outreach team for effective service delivery.
Represent NRCS as a health partner in State and LGA-level Health coordination meetings
Support the celebration of UN Days (Refugee, HIV, Malaria, Breastfeeding, etc) in collaboration with the UNHCR, State governments as well as other Ips
Support ambulance services/crew for referrals and transport of referrals of emergencies in PoC from PHC to secondary and tertiary health facilities in-line with UNHCR guidelines and SOPs including insured and uninsured refugees.
Lead emergency response for PoC new arrivals
Lead the assessment and screening of PoCs to address physical disability, visual impairment, hearing impairment, and albinism.
Support uptake of high-impact MNCH interventions such as immunization, Focused ANC, treatment of common ailments, MHPSS, CMR by PoCs through social mobilization, community engagement and school health program
Support neglected tropical disease mass drug distribution and cervical cancer screening among PoCs and Long-lasting insecticide nets procurement and distribution.
Support the team in the development of Terms of References for planned activities such as capacity building, missions, meetings, stakeholder engagements etc.
Support to review weekly, monthly and quarterly project reports submitted by ATO for the team
Review retirements and other financial documents before submission to NHQ
Submit reports of Project activities to the NHQ

Qualifications and Requirements

Candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine and Surgery
Must be registered with Nigeria Medical and Dental Practitioner’s council
Must possess a valid practicing license for 2023
Minimum of three years experience in clinical work or humanitarian settings.
Knowledge, Skills & Attributes:
Ability and willingness to stay at the project sites is required
Ability to respect and maintain medical secrets and confidentiality at all times
Willingness and capacity to be flexible and accommodating when faced with difficult and frustrating working conditions like long-distance walking to distribution sites.
High level of integrity
Excellent written and oral proficiency in the local language.
Excellent Advocacy skills
In-depth Knowledge of PHC services in Nigeria
Excellent report writing
Coordination and team-building skills
Strong interpersonal communication and collaboration skills
Ability to multitask and work with minimal supervision

Excellent MS Office skills (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc.)
Job Title: Assistant Technical Officer – Essential Drugs (ATO-ED)
Location: Abuja
Job Purpose
Under the direct supervision of the Field Operations Team lead, the Assistant Technical Officer – Essential Drugs (ATO-ED) will support the implementation of a sustainable essential drugs supply component of delivering health and nutrition intervention to the Cameroon refugees and host communities in the Calabar operations office.

Job Responsibilities
Provide Logistics support to the outreach team and PHCs focusing on reporting, distribution, storage, and warehousing of PHC essential drugs and commodities.
Support the PHC on product selection, quality assurance, receipt of commodities, and efficient storage and distribution systems including laboratory logistics.
Support PHCs with appropriate tools and templates for submission of PoC bills and follow up to ensure compliance and timely submission
Review and certify the encounter & referral bills from PHC, secondary and Tertiary facilities in line with provisions of the project
Provide feedback to PHC, secondary and Tertiary facilities on bills submission and address any discrepancy that may arise
Follow up with NHQ for payment of PoC bills
Ensure all bills are reported on the electronic payment tracker
Work with the team in developing, maintaining, and improving logistics management information for PHCs
Ensure the establishment and strengthening of Performance Based Financing and Drug Revolving Fund systems committees for health facilities through the engagement of host and refugee communities.
Support coordinated systems for NRCS to transport health commodities report and forecast delivery times, transport costs, and performance to reduce stock-outs, eliminate wastes and lower costs.
Ensure that all documentation for health commodities in the team is complete and compliant with established standards.
Monitor disbursements of Medications, drugs, and consumables to health facilities.
Coordinate the PBF intervention including independent monitors contract, deployment, facility gains and follow-up on challenges reported by the facilities
Ensure PHC utilizes the PBF gains for sustainable DRF according to the project plan
Support PHC to generate essential drug lists based on NPHCDA minimum standards and ensure linkage of PHCs to vendors for procurement of commodities.
Liaise with other team members for commodity distribution to other locations
Provide mentorship and guidance to health workers in PHCs on LMIS.
Support the team in the development of Terms of References for planned activities such as capacity building, missions, meetings, stakeholder engagements etc.
Review the team’s weekly, monthly, and quarterly project reports
Review retirements and other financial documents before submission to NHQ
Submit reports of Project activities to the NHQ

Qualifications and Requirements
Candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy
Must be registered with Pharmaceutical Council of Nigeria
Must possess a valid practicing license
Minimum of two years relevant experience in clinical work or humanitarian settings.
Knowledge, Skills & Attributes:
Ability and willingness to stay at the project sites is required
Ability to respect and maintain medical secrets and confidentiality at all times
Willingness and capacity to be flexible and accommodating when faced with difficult and frustrating working conditions like long distance walking to distribution sites.
High level of integrity
Excellent written and oral proficiency in the local language.
Excellent Advocacy skills
In-depth Knowledge of PHC services in Nigeria
Excellent report writing
Coordination and team-building skills
Strong interpersonal communication and collaboration skills
Ability to multitask and work with minimal supervision
Excellent MS Office skills (including Word, Excel, Power-point etc.)
Job Title: Assistant Technical Officer – Monitoring and Evaluation (ATO – M&E)
Location: Abuja
Job Purpose
Assistant Technical Officer – Monitoring & Evaluation will support the operationalization of M&E systems on the projects to ensure compliance with NRCS and Donor M&E standards.

Job Responsibilities
Collate the teams weekly, monthly and quarterly project reports
Lead on the implementation of facility balanced score card assessment.
Support the operationalization of M&E systems on the projects to ensure compliance with donor and NRCS M&E standards
Provide technical inputs in the design, implementation, and refinement of a comprehensive M&E system to track and monitor progress based on the Performance Framework for the project.
Track, report and monitor project indicators to ensure compliance and achievement to donor obligation
Ensure timely and quality data collection, entry, analysis, and interpretation by working closely with the outreach and PHC team
Support the team in the development of Terms of References for planned activities such as capacity building, missions, meetings, stakeholder engagements etc.
Submit reports of Project activities to the NHQ
Support the team to identify lessons learned and best practices, and produce case studies and human interest stories through collation and analysis of M&E information
Be available to participate in sectorial training organized by NRCS/UNHCR or external stakeholders.
Duties applicable to all staff:
Actively work towards the achievement of the NRCS goals
Abide by and work in accordance with the Red Cross Fundamental Principles and NRCS Statutes
Show capacity to assist other members of staff and management, aptitude for maintaining cooperation and team spirit necessary to achieve the objectives of the National Society
Perform any other work-related duties and responsibilities that may be assigned by Line Manager
Qualifications and Requirements
Candidates should possess a Bachelor’s Degree / HND in any relevant discipline.
Minimum of 2 years of relevant work experience.
Good leadership and accountability skills
Strong judgment and ability to identify and analyse problems and to think strategically to anticipate, interpret and develop strategic responses to issues
Ability to persuade, influence, negotiate, manage and sustain effective, successful strategic relationships both internally and externally
Proficiency in the use of MS Office tools
Fluency in written and spoken English.
Desirable attribute:
Understanding of NRCS Fundamental Principles and Code of Conduct.
Behavioural Competencies:
Communicating, and a curious and effective listener
Ability to protect the reputation of NRCS through the quality of work, knowledge and experience
High ethical standards and honesty in handling the organizational resources and zero tolerance to corruption
Culturally sensitive, globally minded and showing respect to the views and opinions of others
Ability to collaborate and work well in a team
Ability to work under pressure.

Application Closing Date

25th November, 2022.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to: recruitment@redcrossnigeria.org using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

Note
Pay close attention to job description requirements as applicants that do not meet these requirements will not be considered.
Applicants who fail to comply with application instructions above will not be considered.

 

About NRCS

The Nigerian Red Cross Society (NRCS) was established through an Act of the Parliament in 1960 to complement public authorities in humanitarian interventions with the mandate to prevent and alleviate human suffering at times of peace or conflict, and to support individuals and communities to respond effectively to emergencies, without any form of discrimination as to class, gender, race, political opinions or religion.

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