Moment for Women Alliance – We are registered women and girls’ rights organization dedicated to advancing the human right of young women and girls in Nigeria. Since founded, we have positioned ourselves to secure protection for women and girls’ rights, end gender-based violence, and access to health with the focus on sexual and reproductive health services, policy advocacy & inclusive governance.

Job Position: Assistant Health Program Officer – Female

Job Location: Sango Ota, Ogun

Job Description

  • As part of our effort to advance the sexual & reproductive health & rights of women and adolescent girls particularly those in the vulnerable and displacement setting, we are currently looking for results-driven and women’s health and rights advocates who possess good working knowledge of reproductive health and modern contraceptive methods to join our program team.

Job Responsibilities

  • The successful candidates will assist in coordinating community advocacy visits and meetings as well as providing reproductive health counseling, support, and care for our key population.
  • The candidate will work with the program manager in designing and launching online and offline advocacy campaigns, community sensitization, stakeholder engagement, project implementation, monitoring & reporting, launching regular social media campaigns, and online campaigning.

Job Requirements

  1. Candidates should possess an HND, OND or B.Sc Degree in community health, Public Health, or Nursing, with at least 1-year work experience.
  2. The ideal candidate must reside within Lagos and Ogun and must have experience in sexual & reproductive health issues
  3. ICT skills and internet-based applications is an added advantage.
  4. Candidates with professional certificates such as Nursing, community and Public Health will be added advantage.

Application Deadline
17th November, 2022.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV and Application Letter to: momentforwomen@gmail.com using the Job Title as the subject of the e-mail.

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