E4A is a five year programme funded by the UK Department for International Development to improve maternal and newborn survival through a combined focus on evidence, advocacy and accountability across six African countries. For information on E4A Nigeria work please visit our website: http://www.mamaye.org.ng/en/about-mamaye
We are recruiting for one position based in Jigawa with the E4A Nigeria team:
Quality of Institutional Care (QuIC) Project Coordinator
We are seeking a dynamic, focused Project Coordinator to join our E4A Nigeria Team. You will have the lead responsibility for the coordination and successful implementation of a pilot project which seeks to support health systems response to quality of care challenges across health facilities.
You will have a proven track record in delivering projects, especially project set-up; stakeholder orientation and partnership management; planning, coordinating and reporting on implementation; and ongoing monitoring, learning and improvements to project delivery. A confident self-starter, you will have excellent communication skills, an eye for details, and be a team player. Additionally you will demonstrate your willingness to work extensively in peripheral regions, liaising effectively and working closely with the health system at different levels to ensure successful project delivery.
For an Application Pack for this role including job responsibilities, person specification and Application Form, please visit the website: http://www.mamaye.org.ng/resources/free-downloads and download the QUIC Nigeria Project Coordinator Application Form and Quality of Institutional Care (QUIC) Project Coordinator
To apply, please fill in and email your Application Form, with the position you are applying for in the subject line, to: Charlotte Langridgec.email@example.com
Note only Application Forms will be accepted and read.
The closing date for applications is: Wednesday 17th December 2014.