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Malaria Consortium Recruitment for Graduates 2019 | MC Application Guide and Requirements

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Malaria Consortium Recruitment for Graduates 2019 | MC Application Guide and Requirements.

Malaria Consortium Recruitment for Graduates 2019, In this article you will get latest updates on Malaria Consortium Recruitment for Graduates 2019, recruitment  requirements, qualifications, guidelines and other important updates for free.

Malaria Consortium Recruitment

Malaria Consortium is one of the world’s leading non-profit organisations, which is dedicated to the comprehensive control of malaria and other communicable diseases in Africa and Southeast Asia. Malaria Consortium (MC) works to improve lives in Africa and Asia through sustainable, evidence-based programmes that combat targeted diseases and promote child and maternal health.

Malaria Consortium has recently been awarded funding from Givewell Foundation to implement seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) in three countries, including Nigeria. The funds will support SMC implementation in selected LGAs in Jigawa and Katsina states as a follow on to previous SMC campaigns funded by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and DFID. Approved by WHO in 2012, SMC is the monthly administration of a combination sulphadoxine-pyrimethamine and amodiaquine (SP+AQ) to children aged 3-59 months during the malaria transmission season to prevent or reduce the effects malaria. Evidence suggests that SMC given monthly prevents approximately 75% of all malaria episodes.

Malaria Consortium is currently looking to recruit candidates for the role below in the Givewell SMC project:

1. Job Title: Senior Governance Specialist

Locations: Abuja
Department: Technical
Length of contract: Five years
Role type: National
Grade: 11

Country and Project Background 

Malaria is highly endemic in Nigeria and it remains one of the leading causes of childhood and maternal morbidity and mortality in the country. Nigeria is deeply committed to making progress towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and it recognizes the fact that, without firm efforts to control malaria, achievement of the targets related to child mortality, maternal mortality, and reducing the burden of communicable disease will not be possible. Malaria therefore constitutes a significant development challenge for Nigeria. Interventions for reducing malaria burden in the country are documented in the national malaria strategic plan with Government taking the lead in its implementation with the support of all the RBM partners.

The DFID funded and Malaria Consortium led malaria programme, SUNMAP, provided technical assistance and other support to the Nigeria National Malaria Elimination Programme (NMEP) covering the period 2008 to 2016. SUNMAP2 has been designed to strengthen the management and technical capacity of NMEP, State Malaria Elimination Programme (SMEP) and their stakeholders to drive the implementation of the National Malaria Strategic Plan, 2014 to 2020 and achieve its ambitious targets. This will include short term technical assistance and technical assistance embedded in NMEP in key areas of programme management, evidence generation and use, and capacity building across all project outputs and ultimately reducing Nigeria’s malaria burden and strengthening the Government of Nigeria’s health systems capacity to ensure long term programme and impact sustainability.

Job Purpose

  • The Senior Governance specialist provides high quality guidance, technical support, training, coaching and mentoring to the programme team.
  • The jobholder will take the lead on programme interventions focused on improving governance at national level and project states, local government and communities and private sector towards improved performance of the health system using malaria as the entry point.

Scope of Work

  • The job holder provides high technical oversight and guidance for the project.
  • S/he will mobilise and coordinate with a broad range of stakeholders and technical experts to deliver the project.
  • The job holder will take the lead in providing in-depth understanding to the project team on the interests, accountabilities and incentives of different groups in the political economy landscape of the country (particularly political elites), and how these affect decisions and policy outcomes, the role that formal institutions (e.g. rule of law, elections) and informal social, political and cultural norms play in social interaction, human and economic development and the impact of values, ideas, political ideologies, religion and cultural beliefs, on political behavior and public policy.
  • S/he will represent the programme on relevant technical working groups.

Key Working Relationships:

  • The Senior Governance specialist will work closely with the technical experts within the project and a broad range of stakeholders to deliver the project.
  • S/he will work closely with the FMOH, National Malaria Elimination Programme, SMOH, State Malaria Elimination Programmes in the six SUNMAP2 supported states, public and private sector actors in the malaria control landscape and Malaria Consortium’s team of global technical specialists.
  • Along with the Team Leader he/she will liaise periodically with DFID Nigeria.
  • S/he will be a member of the Senior Management Team (SMT) of the project and act as the project focal person for DFID funded and other governance projects.

Key Accountabilities (Percentage level of effort) 
Strategic & Technical Leadership (70%):

  • Provide leadership to the political economy assessments as part of the baseline assessment and longitudinal studies
  • Take the lead in using the political economy aspects of the findings of assessments and working with relevant programme partners, DFID and DFID funded programmes to inform and revise programme strategy on governance issues such as effective decision making for sustainability, raising domestic financing, planning and the use of evidence.
  • Provide technical support and results monitoring of programme strategies to strengthen leadership and accountability in the health system using malaria as the entry point.
  • Coordinate effectively with other DFID governance programmes
  • Identify opportunities for linkages and coordination among public sector, private sector and civil society to increase collective effectiveness
  • Help design and oversee a programme approach for increased representation and access to services for vulnerable populations including women, youth, ethnic and religious minorities and pastoralists and other marginalized groups
  • Work closely with the Social Accountability Specialist and programme partners to design and implement feedback mechanisms whereby vulnerable populations are able to hold service providers accountable and contribute to their development

Capacity building and institutional strengthening (25%):

  • Remain abreast of technical developments in political economy of the country and share them with the project team and with NMEP with the purpose of building their capabilities to interpret and act upon political economy information.
  • Lead in building capacity within the NMEP and SMEP in line with the project capacity building tools and work guidance documents especially those focussed on improving governance and improved funding of malaria activities. Ensure these are in sync with capacity building materials produced by other governance programmes and donors in the country
  • Participate actively in studies focusing on the political economy e.g. Public Expenditure reviews, political economy analysis etc. and ensure malaria issues are reflected and the findings of these studies are periodically fed back to malaria stakeholders
  • Work closely with long term technical assistance (LTTA) to NMEP to strengthen its institutional capacity to use evidence for decision-making and to capture learning.

External Representation (5%):

  • Participate in relevant national or regional technical working groups
  • Participate and represent MC in relevant government-related meetings on pertinent issues in malaria control the governance space.
  • Make data-informed presentations at national, regional or global conferences showcasing the key political economy issues which affect malaria control based on experiential learning from the programme

Person Specification

Qualifications and Experience
Essential:

  • Master’s degree in Public Policy and Administration, International Development, or related field
  • Minimum of 7 years of experience working on DFID-funded projects, particularly those on governance
  • Experience implementing programming focused on governance
  • Experience in undertaking political economy analysis especially in the health sector

Desirable:

  • A clear understanding and experience of governance issues in public and private sector in Nigeria

Core Competencies
Delivering Results:

LEVEL C – Supports others to achieve results:

  • Displays a positive and enthusiastic approach and is not deterred by setbacks, finding alternative ways to reach goals or targets.
  • Supports others to plan and deliver results
  • Supports others to manage and cope with setbacks Analysis and use of information LEVEL D – Analyses the external environment confidently
  • Generates a range of policy options and appraises them based on the internal and external evidence
  • Develops ways of applying new knowledge and ensures lessonâ€�learning with self and wider team
  • Analyses the significance of external events and situations for Malaria Consortium Interpersonal and communications

LEVEL C – Adapts communications effectively:

  • Tailors communication (content, style and medium) to diverse audiences
  • Communicates equally effectively at all organisational levels
  • Understands others’ underlying needs, concerns and motivations and communicates effectively in sensitive situations
  • Resolves intra-team and inter-team conflicts effectively Collaboration and partnering

LEVEL D – Develops external networks to increase internal thinking/ learning.

  • Actively develops partnerships with relevant organisations, think tanks and individuals
  • Takes initiative to establish a network or partnership where one does not exist
  • Ensures any external learning is effectively brought in-house Leading and motivating people

LEVEL C – Effectively leads and motivates others or direct reports:

  • Gives regular, timely and appropriate feedback
  • Acknowledges good performance and deals with issues concerning poor performance
  • Carries out staff assessment and development activities conscientiously and effectively
  • Develop the skills and competence of others through the development and application of skills
  • Coaches and supports team members when they have difficulties Flexibility/ adaptability

LEVEL C – Supports others to cope with pressure:

  • Responds positively to change, embracing and using new practices or values to accomplish goals and solve problems and supports others to do the same
  • Adapts team approach, goals and methods to achieve solutions and results in dynamic situations
  • Sets realistic deadlines and goals for self or team Living the values

LEVEL D – Acts as a role model in promoting Malaria Consortium’s values:

  • Champions and takes ownership of corporate decisions, values and standards and ensures team members implement them in a positive manner
  • Acts as role model internally and externally in promoting Malaria Consortium’s values
  • Is accountable for ensuring that cultural awareness is demonstrated across the area (s) they manage  Strategic planning and thinking and sector awareness

LEVEL C – Keeps up to date with the internal and external environment:

  • Takes into account economic, political and other business factors when drawing up medium and long-term plans, covering both public and private sectors
  • Looks beyond the immediate operations to prospects for new business
  • Engages with appropriate internal and external sources to establish major influences on future plans

Salary
NGN7,481,250 (Basic Salary)

Application Deadline: 29th October, 2019 by 23:59

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply online
Click Here for More Information (PDF)


2. Job Title: Human Resources Officer

Locations: Abuja
Department: Human Resources
Length of contract: Indefinite
Role type: National
Grade: 6
Reporting to: HR Manager

Country and Project Background

  • Malaria is highly endemic in Nigeria and it remains one of the leading causes of childhood and maternal morbidity and mortality in the country. Nigeria is deeply committed to making progress towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and it recognizes the fact that, without firm efforts to control malaria, achievement of the targets related to child mortality, maternal mortality, and reducing the burden of communicable disease will not be possible. Malaria therefore constitutes a significant development challenge for Nigeria.
  • Interventions for reducing malaria burden in the country are documented in the national malaria strategic plan with Government taking the lead in its implementation with the support of all the RBM partners.
  • The DFID funded and Malaria Consortium led malaria programme, SuNMaP, provided technical assistance and other support to the Nigeria National Malaria Elimination Programme (NMEP) covering the period 2008 to 2016.

Job Purpose

  • The Human Resources Officer will provide administrative support to the HR Manager in relation to the all Human Resource related functions in the organization. This will include ensuring consistency of our approach to processes and policies and maintaining high quality standards across all of Malaria Consortium, Nigeria.

Scope of Work

  • This position will work closely with the HR Manager in providing HR support on all related functions.
  • The HR Officer will consistently support in all recruitment processes, overall administration; including contracting, staff orientation, benefit reviews, appraisals, reward and Learning & Development for staff.

Key Working Relationships 

  • Within this position, the key internal working relationships are with the HR Manager and West and Central Africa Programmes Director.
  • They will also work closely with the wider team including colleagues in State Offices providing assistance in matters relating to HR and Recruitment.

Key Accountabilities  
HR Administration (40%):

  • Create and maintain up to date electronic personnel records for national Nigeria employees
  • Support the coordination of inductions for new starters
  • Collect and process documentation for all employees
  • Maintain trackers of all recruitment and new starter information
  • Assist in collecting information required for HR policies and other HR related projects
  • Manage a filing system for HR information, including sensitive and confidential information
  • Support in the management of the HR Information System (Cascade)
  • Collate Staff Objectives and completed probation reviews & appraisals, saving information in electronic personnel files
  • Support with administration relating to Learning & Development activities

Recruitment and orientation (30%):

  • Advertise roles in the Malaria Consortium website, public boards, and any other relevant forums.
  • Support in the long listing of applicants based on the minimal requirement specified by the Job Description.
  • Arrange interviews, including correspondence with candidates and panel members.
  • Prepare and keep electronic files of the recruitment material as required.
  • Together with the HR Manager ensure that Cascade recruitment module is maintained and all candidates receive timely communication.
  • Keep recruitment data like job descriptions, interview grids, tests on the personal files in line with Data Protection regulations.

HR Project Support (20%):

  • Draft contractual documents for all staff both for national long term employees  and short terms consultancy support;
  • Provide oversight support to the state offices to ensure compliance of HR policies in relation to recruitment of short term consultancies and other contractual processes;
  • Periodically provide on-field support to staff to ensure consistency of all applications of the Human Resources policies as well as other policies across its operating states;

Other Duties (10%):

  • Lead in the scheduling of HR meetings and appointments.
  • Schedule exit interviews and other meetings for exiting staff.
  • Maintain accurate records of employment benefits.
  • Ensure that all employees are covered under the appropriate benefits policy.
  • Minute taking in HR related meeting e.g. disciplinary cases
  • Any other reasonable duties as may be designated to the role form time to time.
  • Provide regular HR monthly reports on Nigeria activities;
  • Provide first-hand HR support to the state offices on administrative or policy related challenges

Person Specification

Qualifications and Experience:
Essential:

  • Certificate in Human Resource Management, Business Administration or a related discipline.
  • Minimum of 3-years’ experience in a related role
  • Prior experience in a similar level role
  • Experience in human resources or administration
  • Experience in record keeping/management.
  • Knowledge of Nigeria employment law.

Desirable:

  • INGO experience will be an added advantage.

Work-Based Skills:
Essential:

  • Commitment to maintain confidentiality of HR information
  • Able to work on own initiative with limited supervision
  • Excellent in English with good written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent attention to detail.

Core Competencies
Delivering Results:

  • LEVEL A – Focuses on delivering contribution to Malaria Consortium and achieving own objectives:
    • Puts in effort required to ensure the delivery of own work and objectives to meet (and exceed) expectations.
    • Strong self-management of time and effort.
    • Checks own work to ensure quality.

Analysis and use of information:

  • LEVEL A – Gathers information and identifies problems effectively:
    • Interprets basic written information
    • Attentive to detail
    • Follows guidelines to identify issues
    • Recognises problems within their remit
    • Uses appropriate methods for gathering and summarising data

Interpersonal and communications:

  • LEVEL B – Fosters two-way communication:
    • Recalls others’ main points and takes them into account in own communication
    • Checks own understanding of others’ communication by asking questions
    • Maintains constructive, open and consistent communication with others
    • Resolves minor misunderstandings and conflicts effectively

Collaboration and partnering:

  • LEVEL B – Collaborates effectively across teams:
    • Proactive in providing and seeking support from expert colleagues
    • Raises difficult issues with teams/ partners and stakeholders with a view to positive resolution
    • Proactive in building a rapport with a diverse range of people

Leading and motivating people:

  • LEVEL A – Open to learning and responds positively to feedback:
    • Willingness to manage own development and performance.
    • Builds capacity of colleagues by sharing knowledge (induction) and acting as induction ‘buddy’ when asked.
    • Open to learning new things.
    • Responds positively to feedback from others
    •  Identifies mistakes and takes positive steps to improve.

Flexibility/ Adaptability:

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  • LEVEL A – Recognises own stress levels and adapts:
    • Recognises limitations and take steps to manage any resulting pressure or stress.
    • Remains focused on objectives and goal in a rapidly changing environment.
    • Takes responsibility for own work and for the impact of own actions.

Living the Values:

  • LEVEL B – Promotes Malaria Consortium values amongst peers:
    • Shows a readiness to promote Malaria Consortium’s values amongst peers.
    • Promotes ethical and professional behaviour in line with Malaria Consortium’s values

Salary
NGN3,052,350 (Basic Salary)

Application Closing Date
26th October, 2019. by 23:59

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply online
Click Here For More Information (PDF)


3. Job Title: Driver

Locations: Abuja, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Lagos, Katsina, Yobe
Department: Operations
Length of contract: 5-years
Role type: National
Grade: 2
Child safeguarding level: TBC
Reporting to: Line manager: Admin Officer

Country and Project Background
Malaria is highly endemic in Nigeria and it remains one of the leading causes of childhood and maternal morbidity and mortality in the country. Nigeria is deeply committed to making progress towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and it recognizes the fact that, without firm efforts to control malaria, achievement of the targets related to child mortality, maternal mortality, and reducing the burden of communicable disease will not be possible.

Malaria therefore constitutes a significant development challenge for Nigeria. Interventions for reducing malaria burden in the country are documented in the national malaria strategic plan with Government taking the lead in its implementation with the support of all the RBM partners. The DFID funded and Malaria Consortium led malaria programme, SuNMaP, provided technical assistance and other support to the Nigeria National Malaria Elimination Programme (NMEP) covering the period 2008 to 2016.

The anticipated follow on project, SuNMaP2 has been designed to strengthen the management and technical capacity of NMEP, State Malaria Elimination Programme (SMEP) and their stakeholders to drive the implementation of the National Malaria Strategic Plan, 2014 to 2020 and achieve its ambitious targets. This will include short term technical assistance and technical assistance embedded in NMEP in key areas of programme management, evidence generation and use, and capacity building across all project outputs and ultimately reducing Nigeria’s malaria burden and strengthening the Government of Nigeria’s health systems capacity to ensure long term programme and impact sustainability.

Job Purpose

  • This job holder is responsible for operating the vehicle and ensures general safety of assigned vehicle.

Scope of Work

  • The driver would be responsible for picking up and driving the programme officials, pickups and other scheduled appointments.
  • And also will be responsible for performing minor maintenance tasks on the vehicles to assure the functionality of the vehicle.

Key Working Relationships:

  • The role will report to the State Admin Officers for SuNMaP2 and will work closely with the state team for logistics support in carrying out daily operations of programme activities.

Key Accountabilities
Safely transport persons and goods (70%):

  • Transport safely Malaria Consortium employees and goods as directed by the line manager
  • Always be in possession of a valid driving license and personal identification
  • Respect and observe the Nigeria traffic regulations, speed limits and adjust speed according to road and risk conditions (for example, when driving in villages or populated areas)
  • Observe Malaria Consortium standard operating procedures for vehicles
  • Observe the manufacturer technical conditions of use for all vehicles
  • Report any accident immediately to line manager and the nearest police station for purpose of insurance claims
  • Assist in loading and off-loading, and fetching water
  • Ensure safety of vehicles assigned to you at all times
  • Ensure passengers wear seat belts at all times

Vehicle maintenance and checklist for field trips (20%):

  • Responsible for daily and weekly preventive maintenance and report to the line manager any problems with vehicles
  • Ensure vehicles are always on full fuel tanks
  • Diligently and promptly update the movement and fuel consumption logbook
  • Furnish the logbook to the line manager as and when required to facilitate preparation of monthly vehicle and fuel consumption reports
  • Always ensure the vehicle insurance and licenses are valid before driving any vehicle
  • Alert line manager when service and maintenance schedules are due
  • Clean the vehicle inside and outside as and when necessary/ keep your vehicle clean externally and internally at all the times
  • Check that items mentioned in the logbook are in the vehicle before leaving
  • Perform daily vehicle pre–departure checks to include fuel, engine oil, coolant, lights, tyres, horn, tools and equipment, brakes, windows and mirrors, etc.
  • When a field trip is planned, the driver has to inspect and prepare the vehicle the day before leaving and be ready for scheduled departure time
  • The driver has also to prepare additional materials according to trip needs (for example, additional fuel tank, stickers, flag, medical and food kits, additional spare tyres)
  • Conduct daily, weekly and monthly vehicle check
  • Behave in a professional manner at all the times with the understanding that the public associates your behaviour with Malaria Consortium
  • Ensures the official vehicles are safely parked within the office environment and approved sites at all times

Security, communication and miscellaneous duties (10%):

  • Ensure the vehicle radio communication is in good working condition
  • Maintain regular radio communication with the base station while travelling away from the base. Radios should be switched on for communications at all times
  • Observe and ensure adherence with security guidelines in the programme area of operation
  • Assist Logistics Officer and colleagues in gathering security information analysis especially pertaining to routes to be travelled. To advise the logistician on the security of such routes and whether Malaria Consortium vehicle should travel or not on a given route
  • Promptly report all relevant security incidents/concerns to the Logistics Officer
  • Carry out other delegated tasks using Malaria Consortium vehicles. Theses may range from mail delivery, payment of bills, picking or dropping of staff or visitors and other similar tasks
  • Organise the assigned task in the most efficient and effective manner, so as to minimize vehicle use (fuel consumption, wear and tear)
  • Carry out any other duties as requested by the Logistics Officer and any senior staff
  • Follow Malaria Consortium’s security protocol at all times

Person Specification
Qualifications and Experience:

Essential:

  • Minimum Qualification of O’ Level Certificate
  • Fluent in English
  • Valid driving licence
  • Previous experience working as a driver

Desirable:

  • Three years’ driving experience.

Work-based skills and competencies:
Essential:

  • Honest, hardworking and pleasant personality with effective interpersonal skills

Core Competencies
Delivering results:

LEVEL A – Focuses on delivering contribution to Malaria Consortium and achieving own objectives:

  • Puts in effort required to ensure the delivery of own work and objectives to meet (and exceed) expectations
  • Strong self-management of time and effort
  • Checks own work to ensure quality

Analysis and use of information:
LEVEL A – Gathers information and identifies problems effectively:

  • Interprets basic written information
  • Attentive to detail
  • Follows guidelines to identify issues
  • Recognises problems within their remit
  • Uses appropriate methods for gathering and summarising data

Interpersonal and communications:
LEVEL A – Listens and clearly presents information:

  • Actively listens and pays attention
  • Presents information and facts in a logical way
  • Shares information willingly and on a timely basis
  • Communicates honestly, respectfully and sensitively

Collaboration and partnering:
LEVEL A – Is a good and effective team player:

  • Knows who their customers are and their requirements
  • Respects and listens to different views/ opinions
  • Actively collaborates across teams to achieve objectives and develop own thinking
  • Proactive in providing and seeking support from team members

Leading and motivating people:
LEVEL A – Open to learning and responds positively to feedback:

  • Willingness to manage own development and performance
  • Builds capacity of colleagues by sharing knowledge (induction) and acting as induction ‘buddy’ when asked
  • Open to learning new things
  • Responds positively to feedback from others
  • Identifies mistakes and takes positive steps to improve

Flexibility/ adaptability:
LEVEL B – Remains professional under external pressure:

  • Able to adapt to changing situations effortlessly
  • Remains constructive and positive under stress and able to tolerate difficult situations and environments
  • Plans, prioritises and performs tasks well under pressure
  • Learns from own successes/ mistakes

Living the values:
LEVEL A – Demonstrates Malaria Consortium values:

  • Demonstrates integrity, honesty and fairness in dealing with colleagues and stakeholders
  • Maintains ethical and professional behaviour in line with Malaria Consortium’s values
  • Treats all people with respect

Strategic planning and thinking and sector awareness:
LEVEL A – Manages own workload effectively:

  • Plans and manages own workload effectively
  • Is familiar with Malaria Consortium’s mission and current strategic plan
  • Understands own contribution to Malaria Consortium’s objectives.

Salary
N1,017,450 (Basic Salary).

Application Closing Date
23rd October, 2019.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply online
Click Here For More Information (PDF)


4. Job Title: State Finance Officer

Locations: Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Lagos, Yobe
Department: Finance
Length of contract: 5 years
Role type: National
Grade: 6
Reporting to: Line manager: State Team Manager

Job Purpose

  • The Finance Officer will provide a cashier function and accounting services of maintaining proper financial records of all transactions in accordance with MC financial procedures to the respective field/state offices.

Scope of Work

  • The Finance Officer will be responsible for timely posting of all Invoices approved and paid, petty cash management and banking, filing of field office monthly financial information inclusive of payment vouchers, bank information, financial correspondence etc.
  • S/he will also ensure orderliness within the finance department.
  • The Finance officer will deal with all cash receipts and payments as well as advising the State team Manager and other Technical Officers on the arising financial matters and sharing area of concern with suggested solution.

Key Working Relationships:

  • The finance officer (FO) will be a staff in the state and will report to the State Team Manager while interacting directly with other staff including the Administrative officer and other technical staff in the field/state office.
  • S/he will also work with stakeholders, Local government and communities in the state. Indirectly report to the Finance Manager.

Key Accountabilities
Finance work (40%):

  • Prepare monthly reports to the State Team Manager as set on monthly finance timetable which comprises the following:
    • Bank reconciliation statement including copy of bank statement
    • Aged list of outstanding Advances and Other ledger balances
    • Fixed asset register update and Spot Check reports
    • Authorised Petty Cash Count Certificate and reconciliations
    • Monthly timesheet update
    • End of Month Checklist
  • Making Payments of all meetings, workshop and training participants and consultants
  • Safeguarding the organisation resources by scrutinising all payment requests, TAFs, PRFs by adhering to the MC Manual, Policies and Procedures
  • Advising the State Team Manager and Finance Manager on the arising financial matters and sharing areas of concern with suggested solutions
  • Follow up on the stock balance of financial documents (forms, vouchers, receipts etc.) and make a timely order before stock outs occurs

Suppliers Invoice (25%):

  • Receive all invoices from suppliers & vendors and prepare the Invoice authorisation forms
  • Review and post all invoices onto PSF ledger ensuring the accuracy of codes, support documentation, budget availability and necessary approval from the authorised personnel
  • Prepare all payments – cash, cheque, bank transfers and obtain approval from the authorised personnel
  • Post payments onto PSF general ledger ensuring the accuracy of all the required codes

Operations related work (25%)

  • Be responsible for issuing travel and activity advances to team Managers, technical officers, consultants and/or any other staff travels, including reconciliation of the same on return
  • In charge of archiving and filling all finance documents and ensuring that they are in safe custody and easily accessible by the finance team
  • In -charge of collating timesheets of all field office staff.

Petty Cash (10%):

  • In charge of keeping the Petty cash impress system and records, making requisitions and issues as approved by the authorised personnel. Take collections after issuing proper receipts and make a deposit of all cash collections in a timely, honest and trust worthy manner
  • Count Petty Cash on a minimum of a monthly basis with the Finance Manager
  • Post all petty cash invoices and vouchers into the General Ledger with accurate codes

Qualifications and Experience
Essential:

  • HND or Bachelors in Accounting
  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in a finance team, with at least one year in an Accounts Officer position.

Desirable:

  • Experience in working in INGO an added advantage
  • Member of Accounting Professional body is an added advantage
  • Work-based skills and competencies:

Work-based skills and competencies:
Essential:

  • Excellent interpersonal and communications skills
  • Knowledge of NGO donors and their financial reporting requirements
  • Excellent computer skills with high proficiency in Microsoft excel
  • Good analytical and reporting skills
  • Strong ability to be able to manage and prioritise multiple tasks
  • Willingness to learn at all times

Desirable:

  • Working knowledge of accounting software is an added advantage
  • Trustworthiness, Stress tolerance and operational decision making skills is an added advantage.

Core competencies
Delivering results:

  • LEVEL A – Focuses on delivering contribution to Malaria Consortium and achieving own objectives
    • Puts in effort required to ensure the delivery of own work and objectives to meet (and exceed) expectations
    • Strong self-management of time and effort
    • Checks own work to ensure quality

Analysis and use of information:

  • LEVEL B – Uses evidence to support work
    • Identifies and uses various sources of evidence and feedback to support outputs
    • Uses evidence to evaluate policies, projects and programmes
    • Identifies links between events and information identifying trends, issues and risks
    • Ensures systems are in place to address organisation needs

Interpersonal and communications:

  • LEVEL B – Fosters two-way communication:
    • Recalls others’ main points and takes them into account in own communication
    • Checks own understanding of others’ communication by asking questions
    • Maintains constructive, open and consistent communication with others
    • Resolves minor misunderstandings and conflicts effectively

Collaboration and partnering:

  • LEVEL B – Collaborates effectively across teams:
    • Proactive in providing and seeking support from expert colleagues
    • Raises difficult issues with teams/ partners and stakeholders with a view to positive resolution
    • Proactive in building a rapport with a diverse range of people

Leading and motivating people:

  • LEVEL A – Open to learning and responds positively to feedback:
    • Willingness to manage own development and performance
    • Builds capacity of colleagues by sharing knowledge (induction) and acting as induction ‘buddy’ when asked
    • Open to learning new things
    • Responds positively to feedback from others
    • Identifies mistakes and takes positive steps to improve

Flexibility/ adaptability:

  • LEVEL B – Remains professional under external pressure:
    • Able to adapt to changing situations effortlessly
    • Remains constructive and positive under stress and able to tolerate difficult situations and environments
    • Plans, prioritises and performs tasks well under pressure
    • Learns from own successes / mistakes

Living the values:

  • LEVEL A – Demonstrates Malaria Consortium values:
    • Demonstrates integrity, honesty and fairness in dealing with colleagues and stakeholders
    • Maintains ethical and professional behaviour in line with Malaria Consortium’s values
    • Treats all people with respect

Strategic planning and thinking and sector awareness:

  • LEVEL A – Manages own workload effectively:
    • Plans and manages own workload effectively
    • Is familiar with Malaria Consortium’s mission and current strategic plan
    • Understands own contribution to Malaria Consortium’s.

Salary
3,052,350

Application Closing Date
23rd October, 2019.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply online
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