The job holder will work closely with CBOs to support them to hold demand creation activities.
S/he will help CBOs to unpack BCC materials for the understanding of mothers so they seek the right treatment for their children.
S/he will also support state partners to be able to do demand creation activities within their communities.
The post holder will supervise and provide support to CD Officer, MERL Assistant and the rest of the state team.
This position reports directly to the BCC Advisor.
Masters Degree in Public Health, Health Policy, Health Planning, Health Systems Management & administration, or other relevant field.
Minimum of 6 years of professional experience in managing health systems strengthening and/or health service delivery programs, with a significan portion of this experience centered in Northern Nigeria.
Experience in the clinical management of common health service areas, such as TB, Malaria, Reproductive Health, and HIV/AIDS.
Specific experience in community-based services and support programs for the poor and vulnerable seqrnents of society, particularly women and children.
Good knowledge and experience of Human Resources Management and Public Private Partnership concept for Health.