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Capacity Building Trainers - Edo

Closing: Jul 6, 2022

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Published: Jun 28, 2022 (8 days ago)

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The State Ministry of Health (SMOH) and the Implementing partners require the services of Trainers to build the capacity of the scaled-up States on the Quality of Care strategy and services in their States in order to improve the quality of care and health outcomes for women, newborns, and children in Nigeria.


Required Qualifications

  • A first degree, and a Masters/PhD is an added advantage. (Preferably not less than 8 years) / Medical degree (MBBS, Nursing/midwifery, pharmacy, public health necessary for medical related consultancies)
  • Post-graduate degree in Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Professional certification in related field is an added advantage

    Publications in maternal and newborn health, especially the niche of RMNCH Quality of Care

  • At least 8 to 12 years working experience in related field
  • Extensive consultancy experience with local and international organizations of at least 7 years
  • Previous experience working with the Federal and State Ministry of Health stakeholders
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work under pressure and collaboratively in a team
  • Good knowledge of MS Office packages etc
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work under pressure and collaboratively in a team
  • Advanced level of spoken and written English
Responsibilities
The State Ministry of Health (SMOH) and the Implementing partners require the services of Trainers to build the capacity of the scaled-up States on the Quality of Care strategy and services in their States in order to improve the quality of care and health outcomes for women, newborns, and children in Nigeria.


Required Qualifications

  • A first degree, and a Masters/PhD is an added advantage. (Preferably not less than 8 years) / Medical degree (MBBS, Nursing/midwifery, pharmacy, public health necessary for medical related consultancies)
  • Post-graduate degree in Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Professional certification in related field is an added advantage

    Publications in maternal and newborn health, especially the niche of RMNCH Quality of Care

  • At least 8 to 12 years working experience in related field
  • Extensive consultancy experience with local and international organizations of at least 7 years
  • Previous experience working with the Federal and State Ministry of Health stakeholders
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work under pressure and collaboratively in a team
  • Good knowledge of MS Office packages etc
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work under pressure and collaboratively in a team
  • Advanced level of spoken and written English

Responsibilities

  • Build the capacity of 20 nominated staff from each of the six states (SMOH, SPHCDA, PRS, hospital management board, LGA staff, Professional association representatives, IPs working on MNCH in the State etc.) on QoC principles, establishment of State QoC TWG, support for establishment/strengthening of QI teams at health facility level, etc and submit a detailed report upon completion
  • Support the state to conduct a baseline assessment in Health facilities on the level of implementation of Quality of care in Service delivery, Human resources, Commodity and Supplies, Infrastructure and Equipment, to identify quality and performance gaps, services to be improved using the checklist
  • Visit the Existing States to strengthen their RMNCAEH+N QoC activities
  • Review of data collection tools, registers and worksheet and health information systems to ensure that QoC activities are documented and write and submit a detailed report
  • Support the annual assessments of learning sites/states (as included in national QoC annual operational plan) to ascertain progress made in the implementation of RMNCH QoC operational plan at state level and course correct as appropriate with submission of a detailed report
  • Support the annual assessments of learning sites/states (as included in national QoC annual operational plan) to ascertain progress made in the implementation of RMNCH QoC operational plan at state level and course correct as appropriate. Report documenting progress and challenges and recommendations for each state visited and submit a detailed report


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