A national non-profit organization requires dynamic professionals to fill the following position on contract basis in a donor-funded program.
Program Officer - ICCM
1.Assist in preparation of program related work plan, budget & reports including budget reconciliation.
2.Take lead in implementation of program activities at field level, including but not limited to training, communication, collection of monthly reports on defined formats
3.Arrange trainings, workshops, seminars, meetings and other events as defined in the work plan, specifically iCCM project including coordination with local suppliers and vendors
4.Ensure accurate, reviewed & verified program expenses are submitted within the specified time line to provincial office
5.Draft letters and take meeting minutes and share with technical supervisor.
6.Identify & develop success and human-interest stories on a quarterly basis
7.Develop program & project related PowerPoint presentations as and when required
8.Maintain routine coordination with government line departments, implementing partners, provincial and PMU teams, INGOs/NGOs and other stakeholders as required
9.Share monthly progress and feedback of meetings, discussions & reviews with supervisor
10.Verify used RDTs & AMDS against issued stock every month.
11.Ensure availability of timely up to date data for quality reports including digitization of data of service providers at each union council/hotspot, warehouse stocks, etc.
12.Ensure data is timely input in iCCM software and verified before transfer to DHIS II
13.Organize data and other relevant information in timely manner for preparing monthly, bi-annual and annual reports.
14.Provide support to supervisor by providing timely data for quality reports including but not limited to donor reports as per donor formats.
15.Reviews data shared for errors, missing pages, or missing information and work with team to resolves any discrepancies.
16.Keep proper e-record of programme files and other official documents related to programme activities.
17.Coordinate with provincial office/PMU for organizing meeting logistics, arrangement of key local and international visitors and staff members, etc.
18.Support short-term contracts services including research and facilitate implemented in accordance with their terms of reference
19.Timely obtain and forward the invoices of contractors and consultants to relevant department for timely processing, ensuring compliance to requirements.
20.Any other assigned given by the supervisor
Master’s degree in social sciences
minimum two years’ work experience in health sector. Computer literate, excellent verbal and written communication skills
Preference will be given to local candidates and those having previous experience in the field of Malaria.
PSEA: The organization has zero tolerance for Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA) at work place. It is strictly prohibited engaging in any form of sexual exploitation or abuse. This includes but is not limited to inappropriate behavior, harassment, or any illegal activities of a sexual nature. In the event of any violation of this clause, The organization reserves the right to terminate the employment agreement immediately.
Safeguarding: We are committed to Safeguarding of Children and Adults and in no way tolerate any harm to our beneficiaries.
Child Safeguarding: Ensuring the safety and well-being of children, protecting them from abuse, neglect, or exploitation.
Adult Safeguarding: Protecting vulnerable adults, including the elderly or individuals with disabilities, from harm, abuse, or neglect.
Equal Opportunity Employer: We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our organization. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, origin, gender, age, marital status, or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment.