- The Institutional Strengthening Officer is responsible for ensuring the day to day implementation of capacity development interventions taking place under the design of the program and within the proposed timeframe.
- The Officer will work collaboratively to ensure that capacity development is holistic, meeting the individual needs, as assessed of LGAs.
- The institutional Strengthening Officer will assess the needs of identified partners, including government and non governmental partners, and implement capacity development interventions accordingly.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities
- Support the coordination of the activities of the technical team; institutional strengthening and health system strengthening to ensure integration of both and with MG objective.
- Documentation: lead the collation of monthly report, specific activity reports and track document progress of technical team’s activities.
- Participate in Program planning and implementation, contributing to work plans.
- Facilitate organizational capacity assessments and develop institutional strengthening plans.
- Support the Organization and facilitation of trainings, workshops and networking events by IS and HSS teams.
- Actively solicit, caption and electronically file project photographs
- Match project implementation with the work plan every week and flag areas of action.
- Working with the Institutional Strengthening Advisor lead in the compiling and editing quarterly, semiannual and annual reports for timely review by the Directors and submission to Pact.
- BA in Public Health, Development, Public Administration or another related field.
- Minimum of 4 years of experience in capacity development of CSO's and/or government.
- Extensive knowledge of Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
- Proficiency in developing and managing a budget; experience in developing strategic plans, work plans, fundraising plans; knowledge of sound financial, human resources, and administrative policy and procedures.
- Experience in facilitation and training.