ALIMA Nigeria is seeking to recruit dynamic and suitably qualified and experienced Nigerians for its OFDA/USAID funded health and nutrition projects in Monguno, Borno State of Nigeria.
1. Midwife Supervisor
Successful candidate will work with the Medical team in the setting up the ALIMA Nigeria’s Monguno complicated deliveries programme. Working with the Medical Referent and medical doctors, the successful incumbent will support in staffing the programme, setting up appropriate medical protocols and ensuring reproductive health care within Monguno is to best practice. S/He will also assist in obstetrical procedures and ensuring all staff adhere to standard practice and hygiene procedures according to set guidelines.
Applicants should have a post basic qualification in midwifery, at least 5 years post qualifying experience and in possession of a valid practicing certificate. Experience working in complex/humanitarian emergencies and knowledge of local language (Hausa or Kanuri) is an added advantage.
Reporting to the Nursing Supervisor, successful applicants will provide nursing care, treatment and follow up of patients according to ALIMA protocols, universally accepted hygienic standards and international health standards. ALIMA Nurses are on the forefront of ALIMA’s mission of providing good health care delivery to marginalized and vulnerable population in conflict and humanitarian contexts.
Applicants should have a Diploma in Nursing Sciences, and at least two years post qualifying experience and have post training experience in the provision of nutritional services to under-fives. Candidates should possess a valid practicing certificate, and willing to develop career within a humanitarian context.
Applications clearly stating the vacancy applied should be addressed to email: [email protected]
The closing date for receipt of applications is before close of business on Tuesday 3rd April 2017.
ALIMA is an equal opportunity employer. Women are encouraged to apply.
Note: Only short listed applicants will be contacted.