A Public Health Advocacy Project aimed at catalysing government at national and sub-national levels to keep pledges on budgetary and policy commitment on child and family health is recruiting for the position below:
Data gathering analysis and report writing; tracking health governance indicators of policy change; supporting virtual meetings, workshops and conferences; developing and administering health CSO program performance indicators;
Reviewing workplans and tracking implementation; monitoring; results-based project management; monitoring evolving policy and legislative reform on child and family health issues areas; and coordinating and supporting health CSO activities.
The ideal candidate must have:
Postgraduate qualifications in Public Health; Sociology; Demography; Political Sciences; Health Economics or a related discipline.
The ideal candidate must also have a deep interested in research and data analysis; excellent report writing skills; strong ability to work in integrated teams; have the professionalism to engage with government and non-governmental high-level stakeholder;
Be genuinely interested in public health issues and challenges; strong gender equality credentials;
High level of proficiency in Microsoft word, excel, PowerPoint and internet applications;
Be detailed oriented; positive and problem solving attitude; deep interest in developing and strengthening project tracking tools; and just be a hard working professional.
If you do not have these qualities, please do not trouble yourself to apply.
While this is not an entry-level position, multiple years of working experience is not a requirement; we are looking for are smart, professional and keen young people interested in entering into the development field who may not necessarily have had years of working experience.
If you do not have these qualities, please do not trouble yourself to apply. Process of review and shortlisting will commence immediately after applications closes.