SFH: Asst Manager II, Behavior Change vacancies

Posted on :

21 Dec, 2009

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Healthcare Jobs in Nigeria

Society for Family health is recruiting for an Assistant Manager II, Behavior Change Communication

Assistant Manager II, Behavior Change Communication (based in Ogun and Akwa Ibom) (Ref: AMBCC, preferred location) email: [email protected]

Job Profile:

Reports to the Regional Manager.

  • The successful candidate will ensure coordination and implementation of Behaviour Change community level interventions working with Civil Society Organisation (CSO) partners.
  • Will carry out administrative supervision of CSO partners intervening at the various sites.
  • Will ensure the successful implementation of general population interpersonal Communication (IPC) activities for HIV, Family Planning, and Maternal and Child Health interventions.
  • Will also support the training of and supervise peer educators to conduct interventions among the general population.


The desired candidate:

  • Must possess a first degree in health science, social sciences, or communication
  • Must have completed the national youth service, prior working experience in similar capacity will be an added advantage
  • Must be able to communicate proficiently in the appropriate language for this target group in the zone, and be attuned to and comfortable with the culture/traditions in the communities.

Method of Application:

A one page application letter using the position “Ref” as subject, should be addressed to the Associate Director HR, clearly providing evidence of competences required for the job, as well current remuneration and comprehensive curriculum vitae indicating clearly your telephone numbers, e-mail address and current contact address should be sent to the email address beside the job you are applying for. Do note that any candidate with multiple submissions will be disqualified. Candidates without the minimum requirement need not apply. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Email: [email protected] (Ref: AMBCC, preferred location)

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