Vacancy for Field Work Management and Implementation Technical Lead – Nigeria
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In partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), ICAP conducts Population-based HIV Impact Assessments (PHIAs) in specific PEPFAR-supported countries. Each PHIA defines the status of the national HIV epidemic, guide global and local allocation of funding and resources based on evidence, and integrate capacity building of country stakeholders in the design, conduct, analysis, and use of PHIA data.

POSITION SUMMARY

Reporting to the PHIA Nigeria (NPHIA) Project Director, the Field Work Management and Implementation Technical Lead (The Field Lead) will be responsible for ensuring that direct NPHIA survey implementing partners are planning, deploying, implementing and supervising data collection activities for NPHIA. This Technical Lead will serve as the main point of contact between NPHIA implementing partners, State government, and ICAPfor survey implementation. The Field Lead will ensure that implementing partners are supervising survey team performance and are monitoring progress toward reaching daily and weekly recruitment targets. The Field Lead will troubleshoot challenges that arise from implementation or are noted in data review, and coordinate quality assurance monitoring in collaboration with partner institutions.

RESPONSIBILTIES:

Develop a survey quality assurance monitoring plan and oversee its implementation in the field.
Develop survey quality monitoring assurance SOPs, tools and reports. Ensure adherence to the protocol, SOPs, and other appropriate regulations, procedures and policies in each State survey
Assist in drafting and revising SOPs and training manuals, as needed.
Conduct field visits and work with implementing partners to develop schedules of field visits to ensure fidelity to survey procedures with collection of high quality data.
Monitor the dashboard for each survey, and use metrics to monitor each survey
At the direction of the Project Director, liaise with representatives from local partner institutions (including the Ministries of Health (MoH) and CDC) to discuss progress of the project and to address any challenges or issues that arise during conduct of the project.
Participate in the preparation of scientific analyses, abstracts and publications.
Perform other duties as assigned.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Eight (8) years of experience working on HIV related public health projects either in the headquarters of an international organization or in resource-limited settings in the field of HIV care and treatment for adults or children
Minimum five (5) years of experience in the supervision of implementation of HIV related programming, with a preference for experience in the design, delivery and evaluation of HIV programming or population-based impact assessments; preferably in Nigeria
Excellent communication, writing and quantitative skills including the development of measurable objectives, operational plans and measurable indicators/targets for public health programs and projects.
Demonstrated experience in working in project-based environments requiring the management of multiple and often overlapping priorities and deadlines.
Experience working singly with a minimum of supervision and also working in a team-based environment functioning as part of a technical assistance team;
Fluency in English (speaking, reading and writing).
This is a local hire position (i.e., candidates must be eligible to work in Nigeria) and the successful candidate will be an employee of ICAP or its partners in Nigeria and subject to the local terms and conditions of employment which includes a competitive salary and benefits package.

Application Instructions

To apply, please send your CV and cover letter to icap-jobs@columbia.edu with “Field Work Management and Implementation Technical Lead – Nigeria” in the subject line.

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