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Nutrition Assistant Officer HND / BA / BSc Job

2024-01-23 15:45   Secretarial / Front Desk / Assistance   Borno   61 views
Job Details

Location: Nganzai, Borno

Job Type: Full Time

Reporting line: Nutrition officer

Job Summary

Lead on the screening, supervise MUAC, and formation of lead mothers and reporting, also involving in provision of tom brown supplement to MAM children.

Support the Implementation of the project with the assistance Community Nutrition Volunteers

Assist the Nutrition Officer in Harmonization of all the activities report on a weekly/monthly basis.

Assist the Nutrition Officer in Document and compile lessons learn and support the MEAL Officer on assessments, Monitoring and Evaluation of Project activities.

Assist the project on assessment, analysis, design, capacity building.

Assist in identification, recruitment, training of community Nutrition volunteers, and Beneficiaries in the project locations.

Assist in Identification and training of stakeholders/beneficiaries at the project locations.

He/she will assist for supervising, training, and building the capacity of the Community Nutrition Volunteers, Primary and Secondary stakeholders,


Assistance Nutrition officer shall lead on the screening, formation of data tools

Supervise MUAC and formation of lead mothers and reporting.

involvement in provision of RUSF at OTP centers to MAM children

Assist in carrying out project community consultation for community entry.

Assist in developing training materials for the training of community volunteers, Lead mothers, and Caregivers, pregnant, and Lactating Women on Tom Brown production, and IYC, and other training that may come concerning the project

Assist in identifying and recruiting community volunteers.

Assist in developing key massages for beneficiary’s and support the community nutrition Volunteers for the awareness and sensitization campaign.

Assist in developing activity schedule and guide the community nutrition volunteers’ activities.

Support and supervise the activities carried out by the CNMs and send weekly reports to the Nutrition Officer.

Assist the MEAL department on project data collection activities.

Assist in capacity building training for beneficiaries (community nutrition mobilizers, Caregivers, PLW, lead mothers, and mother to mother support group).

Assist Training, supervision, and technical support of CNMs

Provide weekly updates on challenges, progress to the head of programs in all locations of implementation.

Collaborate with community structures, local authorities to strengthen community IYCF

Attend monthly meeting with CNMs, Lead mothers and M2MSGs for need to support record challenges, update their knowledge on production of Tom Brown, and IYCF training, this will serve as a platform to discussing and addressing issues on the project.

Carry out any relevant activities or tasks that you’ll be called upon.

Application Closing Date

26th January, 2024

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should:

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Note: Female candidates are strongly advised to apply.

Company Description
Global Village Healthcare Initiative for Africa (GHIV Africa) is a Non-governmental, Non-for profit humanitarian/Developmental organization which started in 2014. We deliver assistance to affected populations before, during and after crisis situations. GHIV Africa was founded to mitigate the health deficit in Africa and to provide all forms of assistance leading to improved quality of life.The organization is equally poised to support the delivery of healthcare services at the doorsteps of every African village by bridging the gap between primary health care delivery and tertiary health care services through a robust referral system. We offer assistance in need to the most vulnerable population regardless of their religion, race, gender and or political affiliation. Our decisions as an organization are not based on political, economic or religious interest but solely on needs of the affected population.