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Management Science for Health (MSH) Nigeria Job Recruitment 2020

Management Science for Health (MSH) Nigeria Job Recruitment 2020 – MSH Nigeria is looking for suitable candidates to fill iCCM Technical Advisor, Regional Senior Technical Advisor, Regional Senior Communications Officer, and Consultant II posts in the state of Ebonyi, Abuja, Cross River, and Nassarawa.

 

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Management Science for Health (MSH) Nigeria Job Recruitment 2020

 

1. iCCM Technical Advisor – Ebonyi

 

Job ID: 13-11071
Group/Office: PDG (Program Delivery Group)
Dept/Unit: PDGGEN – Program Delivery Group
Project/Program: A576 – PMI – S
Reports To: Senior Technical Malaria Lead
Grade: I
Last date to apply: 30th April 2020

 

Note

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply as early as possible.

This advertisement will be closed early if we can find enough suitable candidates.

 

Overview

PMI-S is a five-year PMI/USAID flagship malaria project implemented through a consortium led by MSH. The project is supporting the Government of Nigeria through its agencies at the federal, state, LGA, and community levels to reduce under-five and maternal mortality by delivering quality services for the management of malaria, its complications, and prevention.

PMI-S project focuses on strengthening the capacity of the National Malaria Elimination Program (NMEP) and State Malaria Elimination Programs (SMEPs) for the implementation of the National Malaria Strategic Plan 2014-2020.

The objective of the iCCM Technical Advisor position is to coordinate public and private sector stakeholders for quality implementation of iCCM in Ebonyi state. The position will support all iCCM related activities, including the development of iCCM work plans, selection, and training of iCCM service providers, data management, supervision, and documentation in line with Nigeria National iCCM guidelines.

 

Specific Responsibilities

Coordinate implementation of project activities with the state malaria lead and SMEP.

Engage with Patent and Proprietary Medicine Vendors (PPMVs), Community Pharmacists (CPs), and other stakeholders.

Ensure that the iCCM program is utilizing standard FMOH iCCM policies, guidelines, and training materials.

Lead the development of iCCM work plans that are integrated into the state malaria work plans. Work to integrate iCCM with other child survival programs, particularly with nutrition programs and state Saving One Million Lives program.

Coordinate all iCCM related training, data collection, supervision, and DQA, working in close collaboration with the STML, SMEP, and Child Health Unit of the SMOH.

Ensure information on iCCM training, supervisions, and service data are entered into the iCCM database promptly.

Collaborate with iCCM Data Officer on data management and ensure that iCCM indicators are adequately tracked and reported.

Work with relevant partners to link demand creation in the community for iCCM and health services in facilities.

Represent MSH in relevant iCCM activities such as iCCM meetings, and stakeholders’ meetings at the state level.

Support the state team to conduct supervisory visits to iCCM service providers to assess progress, ensure quality services are provided, and address implementation challenges.

Ensure that iCCM supervisors conduct monthly supervision, submit iCCM reports, and participate in review meetings.

 

Qualifications and Experience

MPH or Bachelor’s degree in public health or a health-related field.

Minimum of 3 years of experience in program implementation in the field of malaria, iCCM, or IMCI.

Deep knowledge of capacity challenges, needs, and opportunities in collaborating with PPMVs and the private sector in general.

Familiarity with iCCM international best practices and Nigeria iCCM national guidelines, training packages, supervision, data collection processes and tools, and reporting.

Experience with community-level health interventions, including demand creation.

Willingness to travel to hard-to-reach areas in the project location.

Basic M&E experience and experience with basic database management,

Computer literate: Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Strong interpersonal, intercultural, and communication skills.

Excellent analytical and writing skills.

Fluency in English.

Knowledge of at least one local language of the project state is an added advantage.

Application Closing Date 30th April 2020.

 

How to Apply

If you are the right candidate for this post, then click here to fill the MSH Nigeria recruitment online application form.

Management Science for Health (MSH) Nigeria Job Recruitment 2020

2. Regional Senior Technical Advisor – Surveillance, Monitoring & Evaluation / Health System Strengthening (SME/HSS) – Cross River and Nassarawa

 

Number of Positions: 2
Job ID: 13-11069
Group/Office: PDG (Program Delivery Group)
Dept/Unit: PDGGEN – Program Delivery Group
Project/Program: A576 – PMI – S
Reports To: Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor
Grade: J
Last date to apply: 30th April 2020

 

Note: The position holders will work from the MSH State Field Offices in Cross River and Nassarawa.

 

Overview

PMI-S is a five-year PMI/USAID flagship malaria project implemented through a consortium led by MSH. The project is supporting the Government of Nigeria through its agencies at the federal, state, LGA, and community levels to reduce under-five and maternal mortality by delivering quality services for the management of malaria, its complications, and prevention.

PMI-S project focuses on strengthening the capacity of the National Malaria Elimination Program (NMEP) and State Malaria Elimination Programs (SMEPs) for the implementation of the National Malaria Strategic Plan 2014-2020.

The Regional Senior Technical Advisor Surveillance, Monitoring & Evaluation/Health System Strengthening (SME/HSS) will provide technical leadership state M&E/HSS interventions in the region. S/he will also be responsible for supporting work planning activities at the state level, generating strategic data for program management, reporting, and documentation of best practices.

The position holder will use analyzed and triangulated HMIS, LMIS, and surveillance data at strategic policy and management discussions to influence and guide HSS interventions in the states. S/he will build the capacity of SMEP in the use of evidence to influence HRH, health financing, and service delivery system decisions.

S/he will provide technical supervision for four M&E/HSS officers based in each region. Region one – Cross River, Akwa Ibom, Ebonyi, and Oyo states and region two Nassarawa, Plateau, Benue, and Zamfara states.

 

Specific Responsibilities

Provide technical guidance to SMEPs in the region in the planning and implementation of all M&E/HSS activities.

Support state M&E/HSS Officers in the implementation of PMI4States state-level M&E plans and work plan and reporting on program indicators and targets in collaboration with the State Coordinator.

Support the states teams to establish systems for the flow of information from service-delivery points to the PMI4States central database.

Build capacity of SMEP and state DPRS in monitoring and evaluation, data analysis, data interpretation, and data use to inform decisions and guide malaria interventions

Participate in data quality review meetings at the state level.

Work with state M&E/HSS Officer and SMEP to train health workers in the use of HMIS tools.

Work with the State Coordinators in the implementation of selected health systems interventions including, for example, evidence-based state malaria annual operational plans (AOPs) to fit into state planning and budgeting cycle.

Engage with the State DPRS, SPHCDA, and State Health Insurance Scheme to mainstream state malaria budgets in the state government budget.

Support state malaria partners to build an evidence base to monitor state malaria program performance towards elimination goals.

Participate and provide technical input in state-level malaria program review meetings.

Provide TA to the states in management of Malaria Data Repository at the state level, drawing from the national MDR instance; and promote the dissemination of information to policy and decision-makers through bulletins.

 

Qualifications and Experience

Postgraduate degree in Social Sciences, Statistics, Epidemiology or related field with focus on generating and triangulating data to inform State health systems strengthening.

Strong analytical, advocacy and program planning skills required.

Minimum of 5 years’ hands-on monitoring & evaluation experience, with a good understanding of health system strengthening at state or federal level.

Minimum of 5 years’ experience in developing monitoring plans and/or management information systems 3 years of which spent working with NGOs in an African setting.

Minimum of 3 years’ experience working in malaria programs in Nigeria.

Familiarity with USAID reporting systems highly desirable, particularly for malaria control.

Excellent data analysis, presentation, use, and reporting skills.

Strong computer skills particularly in spreadsheets, database and statistical applications, including DHIS2 for data management.

Strong problem-solving skills and the ability to foresee problems and initiate appropriate action.

Demonstrated experience in the supervision and mentoring of staff at the state level.

Excellent oral and written communication skills and fluency in English.

Demonstrated experience in planning and facilitation of training activities.

Excellent organizational, inter-personal, multi-cultural, and team-building skills.

Application Closing Date 30th April 2020.

 

How to Apply

If you are the right candidate for this post, then click here to fill the MSH Nigeria recruitment online application form.

Management Science for Health (MSH) Nigeria Job Recruitment 2020

3. Regional Senior Communications Officer – Cross River and Nassarawa

 

Number of Positions: 2
Job ID: 13-11070
Group/Office: PDG (Program Delivery Group)
Dept/Unit: PDGGEN – Program Delivery Group
Project/Program: A576 – PMI – S
Reports To: Country Project Director
Grade: J
Last date to apply: 30th April 2020

 

Note: The position holders will work from the MSH State Field Offices in Cross River and Nassarawa.

 

Overview

 

PMI-S is a five-year PMI/USAID flagship malaria project implemented through a consortium led by MSH. The project is supporting the Government of Nigeria through its agencies at the federal, state, LGA, and community levels to reduce under-five and maternal mortality by delivering quality services for the management of malaria, its complications, and prevention.

PMI-S project focuses on strengthening the capacity of the National Malaria Elimination Program (NMEP) and State Malaria Elimination Programs (SMEPs) for the implementation of the National Malaria Strategic Plan 2014-2020.

The Regional Senior Communications Officers will lead PMI-S Project’s Tasks Order 3 and 4 communications program respectively in the four states of Cross River Region – Akwa Ibom, Cross River, Ebonyi, and Oyo and four states of Nassarawa region – Nassarawa, Benue, Plateau, and Zamfara.

S/he will collaborate with the states project leadership, the Abuja-based project leadership, technical staff, key state stakeholders, and USAID to develop and implement communications strategies that promote PMI/Nigeria and USAID visibility, convey project achievements to target audiences, and contribute to project success and organizational growth.

The Officers will ensure that state-of-the-art communications approaches and systems are integrated across multiple project initiatives, develop compelling content, and promote a culture of quality across various project documents.

The Officers will contribute to donor deliverables including Monthly, Quarterly and Annual Reports, and Annual Work Plans; and will collaborate with USAID and other USAID implementing partners on the issues related to communication.

 

Specific Responsibilities

With the guidance of the project leadership team, the MSH Nigeria Communications Lead, the USAID Communications Specialist, and the MSH headquarter Senior Lead for Strategic Communication; develop a PMI-S Project Task Order 03 communications strategy and plan. The strategic plan will define key audiences and the best approaches for reaching them with the required information.

S/he will work closely with USAID and PMI/Nigeria implementing partners to define and implement communication priorities and activities. Liaise with donor communications officers to align strategies and enhance visibility within donor audiences.

Assemble and build the capacity of a diversely skilled Task Order 03 project staff, SMEP, SMOH and SPHCDA in the 4 states to implement audience-focused, results-driven communications strategies in collaboration with project and country leadership.

Establish and implement standard operating procedures, mechanisms, and relationships for collection and organization of information, knowledge, and experience from the project and its partners, and for its documentation and distribution through relevant channels.

Take responsibility for ensuring that the program’s identity, brand, and strategic messaging is in accordance with donor requirements and organizational strategies, and that all communications comply with the relevant USAID branding and marking requirements, and review and approval processes.

Manage the development of print and online publications, videos and photo essays, conference presentations and events, and social media and web updates. Write and produce creative and compelling content that conveys technical information in clear and accessible manners to key audiences. Contribute to effective donor reporting.

Manage distribution and dissemination of PMI-S materials in hardcopy and online; coordinate with HO communications and knowledge management teams to maintain a system of information sharing and to establish digital and appropriate hard copy files for all publications and project communications.

Provide TA to SMEP, SMOH, and SPHCDA in the four states to make quality presentations at state, federal and international forums.

 

Qualifications and Experience

Required: Bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications, public health, or another related discipline. Preferred: Master’s Degree in a relevant field of study.

At least seven years of progressively responsible, related experience is required.

Excellent English writing skills, with the ability to convey complex technical information in clear, compelling language without technical jargon.

Experience with public health communications and relevant technical areas required.

Understanding of USAID/donor, including trends, audiences, and requirements and experience in the implementation of USAID-funded global projects required.

Demonstrated experience developing communications strategies, annual plans, and materials related to relevant project technical areas.

Superior interpersonal skills and a demonstrated capacity to establish clear and concise communication with team members, senior management, and partner organizations across cultures to deliver results.

Experience in the production of print and digital communications content and dissemination strategies.

Fluency in English is required.

Ability to travel domestically or internationally as necessary.

Application Closing Date 30th April, 2020.

 

How to Apply

If you are the right candidate for this post, then click here to fill the MSH Nigeria recruitment online application form.

Management Science for Health (MSH) Nigeria Job Recruitment 2020

4. Consultant II – Consultancy to Conduct Situation Analysis of Bio-safety and Bio-security Practices In Nigeria – Abuja

 

Job ID: 13-11060
Group/Office: PDG (Program Delivery Group)
Dept/Unit: PDGGEN – Program Delivery Group
Project/Program: A607 – Nigeria Global Fund RSSH
Reports To: Director Lab
Grade: Consultant
Expected Completion Period: Consultancy will span the period May – July 2020
Estimated level of effort: 7 working days.
Last date to apply: 30th April 2020

 

Note

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Overview

The overarching aim of the GF Resilient & Sustainable Systems for Health [RSSH] project is to improve the health and well-being of the Nigerian people by identifying and addressing systemic issues affecting the optimal delivery of health services in Nigeria.

The RSSH grant is designed to strengthen the Nigerian health system across the HIV, TB, and Malaria program areas. In doing so it’ll have interventions targeted at the HMIS, PSM & Lab system strengthening areas.

There’s also the added dimension of the innovative “State approach” to be piloted in the three states of Oyo, Kaduna & Imo. The state approach covers elements like public financial management, support for health insurance, and health sector coordination among others.

Laboratory system strengthening aims to improve laboratory operations for optimal patient care, treatment, disease surveillance and response, biosafety, and policy development. Laboratory accidents and the inadvertent release of pathogens has been regarded as a major concern in the world.

Biological accidents, biosafety breaches, and Laboratory Acquired Infections happen all too regularly, even in the most secure of laboratories and this has been recorded to contribute to the recent increase in the rate of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases. Laboratory biosafety and biosecurity are fundamental to keeping people safe from dangerous pathogens and other biological materials and substances both inside and outside the lab.

A comprehensive biosafety culture translates into the understanding and routine application of a set of safe practices, procedures, actions, habits; use of guidelines, policy and regulations that protect the people working with biological materials, the plant, and animal populations as well as the environment.

The use of appropriate biosafety and biosecurity policies, guidelines, and regulations will ensure protection and safeguard human health and the environment from potential adverse effects of biohazards and prevent accidental exposures. It would also lead to reducing the risks of loss, theft, or misuse caused by poor management or poor accountability and protection of laboratory-generated biological agents.

This has led to the development of the National Biosafety and Biosecurity guidelines. As part of the strategic planning process to achieve a strengthened laboratory system under the RSSH Project, the Federal Ministry of Health in conjunction with the National Laboratory Technical Working Group (NLTWG) has identified the need for a situation analysis of Biosafety and Biosecurity practices in Nigeria, so as to obtain baseline information required for the development of the implementation plan for newly developed National biosafety and biosecurity guidelines based on the one-health approach.

 

Objective

The consultancy is aimed at achieving the following objectives:

 

To review the reports of the baseline assessment of the biosafety and biosecurity situation in Medical/ Clinical, environmental, veterinary, research and biotechnology laboratories in 13 states of the country

Prepare and develop a situation analysis report of the Biosafety and Biosecurity based on the reports of the findings from the assessment.

 

Specific Responsibilities

Specific Terms of Reference:

One consultant will be required to work on the documents between the periods August to December 2020 as follows:

 

The consultants will: Support the conduct of the training of assessors on the National Biosafety and Biosecurity Assessment Checklist.

Conduct a thorough review of the baseline assessment of the biosafety and biosecurity reports from the facilities visited by the assessors in 13 states including the FCT.

Develop a Biosafety and Biosecurity situation analysis for the country.

Prepare activity narrative report

 

Deliverables:

The detailed report of the review of the facilities Biosafety and biosecurity baseline assessment.

Detailed report with pictorial evidence of stakeholders’ engagement

Developed Biosafety and Biosecurity situation analysis for the country.

Activity narrative report

 

Qualifications and Experience

A Medical Laboratory professional, or public health professional with understanding of Biosafety and Biosecurity threats implication, Global Biorisk Management program, Sustainable Development Goals, among other global health issues.

Advanced degree in Public Health and /or Certification in International Federation of Biosafety Association will be an advantage.

 

Essential Experience:

Minimum of 5 – 8 years’ experience working in public health, Clinical or Research laboratory and global health at the national and international levels.

Must be familiar with Nigerian healthcare delivery systems and structures especially as it relates to laboratory services

Demonstrable Experience of having undertaken situation analysis of Biosafety and Biosecurity program training and implementation program.

Verifiable evidence of performance in similar jobs

Application Closing Date 30th April 2020.

 

How to Apply

If you are the right candidate for this post, then click here to fill the MSH Nigeria recruitment online application form.

Management Science for Health (MSH) Nigeria Job Recruitment 2020

5. Consultant II: Consultancy to conduct investment case for the costed new National Medical Laboratory Strategic Plan, 2021 -2025 – Abuja

 

Job ID: 13-11059
Grade: Consultant
Group/Office: PDG (Program Delivery Group)
Dept/Unit: PDGGEN – Program Delivery Group
Project/Program: A607 – Nigeria Global Fund RSSH
Reports To: Director Laboratory
Last date to apply: 30th April 2020

 

Note: The consultant may be required to work additional hours within the consultancy days.

 

Overview

The overarching aim of the GF Resilient & Sustainable Systems for Health [RSSH] project is to improve the health and well-being of the Nigerian people by identifying and addressing systemic issues affecting the optimal delivery of health services in Nigeria. The resulting high-level interventions have been designed to follow the Global Fund’s framework for [RSSH] that is built on the essential building blocks of WHO for a well-functioning health system, including community systems strengthening (CSS) as another critical component to be addressed in support of RSSH. The RSSH grant is designed to strengthen the Nigerian health system across the HIV, TB, and Malaria program areas. In doing so it’ll have interventions targeted at the HMIS, PSM & Lab system strengthening areas.

Laboratory system strengthening aims to improve laboratory operations for optimal patient care, treatment, disease surveillance and response, biosafety and policy development. To achieve this an enabling policy environment is required with a National Medical Laboratory Strategic Plan creating a road map for implementation of activities aimed at providing optimal laboratory services in Nigeria.

The Nigeria Medical Laboratory Services Policy was developed, between 2005 and 2007, to bridge the obvious gaps in the standards of operation of the medical laboratory, in its bid to provide to all Nigerians, appropriate, cost-effective, and high-quality laboratory services. However, there is strong evidence that health system spending contributes to better health outcomes. Health systems are an important component of the macroeconomy, both as an industry that provides a large number of jobs, and also as a key determinant of a productive labor force. With the development of a new strategic plan to cover the period 2021 -2025, there is a need for an investment case to ensure efficient and seamless implementation of the costed strategic plan.

 

Specific Responsibilities

The consultancy is aimed at achieving the following objectives:

 

Develop an investment case document of the Costed National Medical Laboratory Strategic Plan (2021 – 2025).

 

Specific Terms of Reference

The consultants will be required to work between the periods April to September 2020 and shall be provide the following:

 

Develop a Nigeria Medical Laboratory Policy investment case document that will drive the implementation of the national medical laboratory policy using the strategic plan.

Identify and engage with all relevant stakeholders involved in the implementation of the policy using the costed strategic plan.

Bring together existing evidence and present it in an accessible format on the benefits of the National Laboratory Policy documents. Use systematic methods and make these transparent so that users can have confidence in the materials

Develop a policy brief for the different actors involved in the implementation of the Nigerian Medical Laboratory Policy documents. Each brief has a one-page key messages section; a two-page executive summary giving a succinct overview of the findings. The idea is to provide instant access to key information and additional detail for those involved in drafting, informing, or advising on the policy issue.

Use evidence to show that spending on the Nigerian National Medical Laboratory policy documents is a good use of government resources and demonstrate how it can improve health systems in Nigeria.

Develop fact sheets for advocacy for different stakeholders involved in the implementation of the policy using the costed strategic plan.

Prepare activity Narrative report including pictorial evidence of stakeholders’ engagement where applicable.

 

Expected completion Period: Consultancy will span the period of June – September, 2020

Number of Consultants:1.

Estimated level of effort: 15 working days in total.

 

Deliverables:

Investment case of the Costed National Medical Laboratory Strategic Plan 2021 -2025.

 

Qualifications and Experience

Health Economist or Medical laboratory personnel with a post-graduate qualification in Health Economics from any recognized University. The consultant must have a demonstrable understanding of the Nigerian Health Systems and the National Medical Laboratory policy.

Must have a good understanding of the policy and strategic plan documents.

Advanced degree (Masters Level) in Health Economics, public health, public policy or related degree will be an advantage.

 

Essential Experience required:

5 – 7 years’ experience working in public health and global health at the national and regional levels.

Must be familiar with Nigerian healthcare delivery systems and structures especially as it relates to laboratory services.

Demonstrable experience and understanding of the National Medical laboratory strategic plan.

Demonstrable Experience of having undertaken Medical Laboratory Strategic Planning

Verifiable evidence of performance in similar jobs: Strategic Planning and Strategic Plan Development experience

Verifiable evidence of performance in similar jobs.

Application Closing Date 30th April 2020.

 

How to Apply

If you are the right candidate for this post, then click here to fill the MSH Nigeria recruitment online application form.

Management Science for Health (MSH) Nigeria Job Recruitment 2020

6. Consultant II – Development of RSSH Grant Data Use Products – Abuja

 

Job ID: 13-11058
Group/Office: PDG (Program Delivery Group)
Dept/Unit: PDGGEN – Program Delivery Group
Project/Program: A607 – Nigeria Global Fund RSSH
Reports To: Director HMIS
Grade: Consultant
Last date to apply: 30th April, 2020

 

Note: The consultant may be required to work additional hours within the consultancy days.

 

Overview

Data use is central to communicating the effect of the program and it is also very useful for improving decision making to enhance the achievement of program goals.

Data visualization, i.e. use of graphics, plots, dots, lines, or bars information graphics and another format, is a very effective and efficient method of communicating results to diverse stakeholders as it presents data in a format which helps decision-makers and other users to quickly and properly understand the data. This allows the audience to make sound decisions.

This will require that the information presented must be up to date and readily available in a format that is user-friendly, easily accessible, and consistently available (some of the issues to be addressed by the GF RSSH grant).

When finalized, the grant use products will be configured into an interactive billboard to showcase the grants’ performance over time, using a data visualization approach.

The grant interactive billboard will allow data disaggregation by a multiplicity of indices including disease areas, sector (public and private), state, LGA, facility, year, and month (to the extent of the disaggregation available in the data).

 

Specific Responsibilities

Scope of Work for Consultant:

 

Review the GF RSSH performance indicators, definition, disaggregation, and targets

Review the CaTSS interactive billboard

Discuss with the various stakeholders (MSH GF RSSH Directors, MSH IT specialist, MSH personnel engaged in the development of the CaTSS billboard, SR PIUs, HISP) on the information which may stimulate action by the various stakeholders at all levels and the various data use products that should be produced

Document and validate the requirements of the interactive billboard

Develop a first version of the user-friendly interactive billboard (using Power BI) based on the validated requirements. Note that the interactive billboard should (among others) allow users to drill down to obtain required information up to the limit of the available disaggregation in the data set, upload data from a spreadsheet, enter data manually into the application.

Test the first version of the interactive billboard to identify and fix any bugs that may be discovered

Present the tested version of the interactive billboard to stakeholders for comments

Collate and use relevant feedback from the stakeholders to finalize the billboard

Work with MSH to test run the interactive billboard and ‘place’ it in an appropriate location

Prepare a user’s manual/guide for the interactive billboard

 

Deliverables:

Report of the meeting/engagement with stakeholders to identify the various information required to be presented in the grant interactive billboard

Validated interactive billboard requirements

Functional Grant Interactive Billboard developed in Power BI and available to all stakeholders

Guidance document on how to use the interactive billboard

Codes used to develop the billboard and other required documentation (e.g. architecture, etc)

 

Timeline:

This assignment is for an estimated Level of the effort of 7 days only for one consultant.

 

Qualifications and Experience

The Consultant possesses a graduate degree in Computer Or Information Science with at least 4 years of developing or managing interactive systems for reporting and; have evidence of work done in Nigeria in the area. A post-graduate degree will be an added advantage

Previous experience in the development of data use products

S/he must show proven understanding of database designs, data presentation, interoperability protocols, etc

S/he must have an understanding of health databases.

 

How to Apply

If you are the right candidate for this post, then click here to fill the MSH Nigeria recruitment online application form.

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