1. EOC Staff
Location: Damaturu, Yobe, Nigeria
Emergency Operation Centres (EOCs) are currently being developed for the management for the polio epidemic. Governmental agencies
and NGOs are uniting to fight polio together through the shared use of the EOCs. Representatives from the NPHCDA, WHO, UNICEF, CDC, FMOH, McKinsey, and Rotary will be stationed at the EOCs hosted in key states.
Office Manager responsibilities:
General oversight of the EOCMaintain organisational proceduresMaintain electric and hard copy filing systemResolve administrative problems and inquiresOrganising meetings and setting up the meeting room and technology Managing other staff members (Administrative Coordinator, Cleaning staff, Guards, etc)Keeping track of who is using and how they are using the EOCFixing any facility issues such as plumbing, roofing, etcMaintain office supply inventoriesManaging all technical equipment (printers, computers, projectors, etc)Manage daily task managers and email remindersAdministrative Coordinator responsibilities:
Assume receptionist duties, greet public and refer them to appropriate staff members, answer phones, route calls, and take messagesGeneral clerical duties including photocopying, fax, mailingAssist admin and partners with administrative duties as requestedRetrieve documents and/or supplies for admin and partnersPrepare and modify documents including correspondence, reports, drafts, and emailsRecord, compile, and transcribe minutes of meetingsOrganizing meetings and setting up the meeting room and technology Assist in managing all technical equipment (printers, computers, projectors, etc)Arrange lunches, dinners, and refreshments
2. Logistics Team Member
Location: Kano, Kano, Nigeria
This position is responsible for overseeing all logistics related aspects of eHealth’s vaccination tracking and map correction projects. In close collaboration with other logistics staff and program administrators, this person will anticipate logistics needs to ensure that operations team members are supplied and supported during vaccination campaigns and data collection trips.
Prepares equipment, overnight kits, forms, and funds for dispatch teams to support vaccination campaigns and data collection projectsMaintains daily contact with operations team members during IPDs and data collection activities to provide guidance and support, and to assist with any issues that the team encounters in the fieldSurfaces all problems in the field, and any technical issues to the appropriate personnel for resolution Creates and maintains the campaign checklist for each LGA to record pertinent details about the IPD activities in the LGAOn a daily basis, prepares and submits clear, concise, and timely reports to program administratorsInventories stock and ensures the logistics team has adequate supplies to support vaccination campaigns and data collection projectsReceives, sorts, logs, and ensures timely and secure storage for incoming purchases and equipment that is returned from the fieldEnsures equipment is purchased, used, replaced, and disposed in accordance with eHealth’s policies and proceduresIdentifies equipment issues, and makes efficient arrangements for equipment repairs and replacement partsSupports all aspects of the organization’s asset tracking and management initiativeWorks collaboratively with other logistics staff and managers to achieve common goals, and develop a highly productive environmentCommunicate effectively with team members and partner organizations to establish trust and promote the organization’s core values of ethics and integrityOther duties and tasks may be assigned as appropriate
3. Operations Team Member
Location: Kano, Kano, Nigeria
This role represents eHealth Africa to provide GIS tracking support for polio vaccination campaigns at the LGA level. The primary responsibilities of the operations team member is to provide functional GIS tracking equipment to vaccinators during IPD campaigns and work with partner organizations to provide accurate feedback and progress reports at the LGA evening review meetings. This person will ensure that the eHealth mission and objectives are communicated and understand at the LGA, and they will be responsible for the following.
Build rapport and establish close working relationships with the LIOs, WFPs, WHO personnel, LGA facilitators, and other partner organizationsCoordinate GIS activities at the LGA to ensure effective vaccination tracking operations Provide excellent customer service to all partner organizationsProvide timely feedback to the home office, and communicate issues in a clear and concise manner
4. Software Developer
Location: Kano, Kano, Nigeria
eHealth Africa has developed a platform for public health information systems that is being used at UNICEF and now the US CDC. The new developer will work on the general development of the platform and also develop software for android apps, our SMS gateway, and Ubuntu desktop apps. Our tools are currently in use in Nigeria, Cameroon, Mauritana, Angola and soon more of West/Central Africa. eHealth Africa is seeking a software developer with an interest in international work and public health. The developer will lead development projects as well as work on collaborative projects. Systems that the developer will work on are: Continue reading
A web-based platform for managing vaccine logistics and reports on temperature while in transitSMS and Voice-based notifications systems for public health messagingeLearning tools such as classes designed for low-literate health workers that can be run on mobile phones and synchronized remotelyA system which can collect information such as GIS data on areas with high polio incidenceAdditional systems that need to be developed for clients on an individual basisRequired Skills
The position requires intermediate to advance level skills in one or more of the following