Job Openings at Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF)

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  • Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) is on a mission to create a world where no mother, child, or family is devastated by HIV and AIDS, and we are making an impact. We are a proven leader in the global fight to end HIV and AIDS, and an advocate for every child to live a full and healthy life into adulthood. For more than 30 years, EGPAF has bee…

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    • Open Jobs
      1. Administrative and Finance Assistant
      2. Technical Officer, Pediatrics and Adolescent HIV
    • Method of Application

    Administrative and Finance Assistant

    • Job Type Full Time
    • Qualification BA/BSc/HND
    • Experience 2 – 3 years
    • Location Abuja
    • Job Field Administration / Secretarial&nbsp , Finance / Accounting / Audit&nbsp

    Employment Duration: Full-time
    Reports To: Program Manager, Nigeria

    Job Description
    How will you fight for an AIDS-free generation?

    • EGPAF currently supports a suite of pediatric and adolescent-focused HIV programs in Nigeria, primarily through technical assistance modalities. These programs include one effort focused on optimizing pediatric and adolescent HIV service delivery, and two efforts focused on optimizing pediatric and adolescent treatment through the provision of second- and third-line ART and a research study related to pediatric and adolescent second and third line ART.
    • We are seeking a qualified, highly resourceful and dynamic Administrative and Finance Assistant to coordinator administrative, secretarial, and financial support services for the implementation of EGPAF’s program strategies in Nigeria.

    Responsibilities
    No two days are alike at EGPAF, but what can you expect as a Technical Officer?

    Administrative:

    • Coordinate all administrative and secretarial support services for the implementation of EGPAF’s program strategies
    • Assist with effective management of day to day operations of the office
    • Receive visitors to the office with a high standard of courtesy and hospitality and direct them appropriately
    • Support the organization of internal and external meetings and events as directed which may include setting up of rooms/venues, arranging catering and refreshments, ensuring the necessary equipment and materials are in place and functioning.
    • Record minutes of staff meetings and circulate same amongst the staff and meeting attendees
    • Assist in documentation and archiving of program documents, records and reports in line with EGPAF’s requirements
    • Review outgoing correspondence for accuracy (address, attachments etc.) and conformance with formal formatting procedures and special instructions prior to dispatch
    • Arrange travel logistics for staff, consultants and training participants including hotel reservations and where required airport and hotel pick-ups
    • Facilitate retirement of trips for program staff and non-EGPAF staff where required.
    • Develop and maintain an updated address book of all key partners and stakeholders

    Financial:

    • Process financial transactions and verify that information and supporting documentation is timely, accurate, complete and in compliance with EGPAF’s financial, policies
    • Perform bank reconciliations
    • Disburse travel advances and reconcile staff advance accounts
    • Assists the Program Manager in the maintenance of an efficient filing and recording of financial and administrative files
    • Perform bank related activities; picking up monthly bank statements, cashing checks, deliver communications, etc.
    • Assist with uploading of payment on the online banking platform
    • Support in the payments of participants and other beneficiaries
    • Respond to routine queries on status of payments, requests for general information and other budgetary issues
    • Maintain stock records for stationery and supplies for the office, working with suppliers, verifying receipt of supplies, and requisitioning in line with office procedures.
    • Maintain and update spreadsheets and databases for internal expenditure control purposes.
    • Prepare regular financial reports
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Requirements
    To be successful, you will have:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences, Business Degree or any other related field.
    • 2 – 3 years relevant experience
    • Experience with automated accounting systems and MS Office Suite
    • Experience managing procurements and tracking inventory, coordinator travel and logistics, and working in a fast-paced environment with multi-tasking and deadlines
    • Excellent analytical thinking with the ability to detect and report inconsistencies.

    Bonus points if you have:

    • Experience in QuickBooks

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    Technical Officer, Pediatrics and Adolescent HIV

    • Job Type Full Time
    • Qualification BA/BSc/HND
    • Experience 3 – 4 years
    • Location Abuja
    • Job Field Medical / Healthcare&nbsp , NGO/Non-Profit&nbsp

    Reports To: Program Manager, Nigeria

    Job Description
    How will you fight for an AIDS-free generation?

    • EGPAF currently supports a suite of pediatric and adolescent-focused HIV programs in Nigeria, primarily through technical assistance modalities. These programs include one effort focused on optimizing pediatric and adolescent HIV service delivery, and two efforts focused on optimizing pediatric and adolescent treatment through the provision of second- and third-line ART and a research study related to pediatric and adolescent second and third line ART.
    • We are seeking a qualified, highly resourceful and dynamic Technical Officer to accelerate progress toward the attainment of program goals in the country. The primary function of this role (approximately 70%) is to ensure smooth implementation of EGPAF’s role in pediatric and adolescent HIV service delivery through the ‘Breakthrough’ project. Additionally, the Technical officer will provide support to the New Horizons projects (approximately 15%). Finally, this position will work with the program manager Nigeria to provide support to EGPAF’s new business development efforts in the country. (Approximately 15%)
    • This position will work very closely with facility-based health workers, State Ministries of Health, State Primary Health Care Development Board, Community based organizations, national and international partners and representatives from other normative agencies.

    Responsibilities
    No two days are alike at EGPAF, but what can you expect as a Technical Officer?

    • Provide technical assistance at supported HIV treatment facilities to achieve epidemic control by reaching the UNAIDS’ 95-95-95 goal in children and adolescents living with HIV
    • Support scale up of evidenced based strategies in accordance with the UNICEF service delivery framework in supported states and health facilities
    • Perform quality of care assessment and ensure that children and adolescents living with HIV (CALHIV) in all supported health facilities receive high quality comprehensive ART services in accordance with National Treatment guidelines.
    • Support uptake of differentiated models of care and treatment for CALHIV in order to improve treatment outcomes and create efficiencies, including multi-month drug refills, use of community structures, etc.
    • Represent EGPAF at relevant state –level fora, scientific and technical meetings.
    • Provide support to the New Horizons project, as needed, which may include facility-based technical assistance and capacity building of health workers.
    • Generate routine program reports as required (monthly, quarterly etc.)
    • Provision of capacity building, hands-on mentoring and technical support to ensure breakthrough interventions at the state and facility level are implemented according to agreed work plans
    • Ensure that site and patient level data including clinical, laboratory and community data are collected and documented into appropriate registers
    • Develop, maintain and routinely update a dashboard of program data.
    • Routine monitoring and evaluation of programs
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Requirements
    To be successful, you will have:

    • Medical Degree (MBBS, MBChB) from a recognized institution.
    • 3-4 years of experience supporting HIV programs in Nigeria.
    • Registered medical practitioner with a current practice license from the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN).
    • Extensive understanding of the HIV epidemic and response in Nigeria, including up-to-date knowledge of guidelines and metrics; knowledge of global and national HIV treatment guidance and standards.
    • Skills in leadership and mentoring, written and verbal communication, high levels of responsibility and integrity, analytical thinking and data interpretation, and problem-solving and creativity.

    Bonus points if you have:

    • Experience in pediatric ART service delivery.

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