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job - MARIE STOPES NIGERIA (MSION) JOBS back to all Jobs

Marie Stopes Nigeria (MSION) is a results orientated Social Business, which uses modern management and marketing techniques to provide reproductive health care and allied services, MSION's goal is to meet the needs of underserved Nigerians and dramatically improve access and use of a range of reproductive health services, MSION is part of Marie Stopes International's Global Partnership which is in over 42 countries worldwide, The post holder is required to demonstrate initiative; energy: persistence; results orientation; drive; integrity and discretion; enthusiasm; and commitment to personal development; to further MSI's partnership mission of enabling individuals to have children by choice not chance,  .
Marie Stopes International is establishing a new clinic to expand the country programme in Nigeria to meet the reproductive health needs of underserved Nigerians and dramatically improve access to and use of appropriate services.
Position 1: Centre Coordinator

Location: Lagos, Nigeria.

Reporting To: Regional Manager

The candidates are for an initial contract of 2 years (renewable) with a probation period of 6 months
Provide overall leadership and direction to the medical team in ensuring the achievement of MSI Nigeria's mission and strategic objectives as well as targets of the clinic
Contributing towards MSI Nigeria'S strategy and future program direction. with particular focus on driving MSI Nigeria towards program sustainability and increasing access to family planning and SRH services in Nigeria through proper clinical services
Coordinate the different clinic units (OPD, OR, Lab.) and responsible for the organization, deployment, supervision and performance appraisal of clinic staff in accordance with MSION personnel policies,
Motivate, coach, facilitate training and continuously set and review performance targets for the medical team
Ensures the maintenance of efficient delivery of client care and the confidentiality of all cases. in accordance with accepted standard of medical practices and professional code of conduct.
Degree in Nursing/Midwifery/Public Health
minimum of 6 years in a similar position
Clinical nursing services in the area of RH,
Experience gained within the reproductive healthcare sector or related field
Track record in achieving financial and non-financial targets
Understanding of the issues surrounding provision of reproductive health care services
Understanding of major policies/issues of government health policies, regional policies.

Position 2:  Clinical Services Provider

Location: Lagos State - Nigeria.

Reporting To: Centre Coordinator
To give high quality MSION focused clinical and core clinical Services in the assigned centre of excellence.
To support MSION in its Goal and Objectives where appropriate,
Support the Community mobilization activities with counseling, service provision and follow up of clients
Coordinate and manage the clinical emergency response
Efficiently provide core MSION clinical services (family planning methods),
Follow up on all clients complaints relating to any of the MSION services and make recommendations,
Ensure proper management and maintenance of all clinical supplies and equipments
Collate information/data on services provided at the centre
Must have a recognised clinical qualification in Midwifery.
At least 1 year post-graduation experience in a Midwifery position (ESSENTIAL)
Experience of working in Sexual and Reproductive Health (ESSENTIAL)
Work experience with Nigeria Health Service and/or an INGO (DESIRABLE)
The candidates are for an initial contract of 2 years (renewable) with a probation period of 6 months.

Position 3: Laboratory Scientist

Location:  Lagos State - Nigeria.

Reporting To: Centre Coordinator  
Create a friendly, professional and client atmosphere for all clients and visitors to the laboratory to ensure client satisfaction at all times.
Maintain laboratory equipment (including calibration) in a proper working condition and prompt report of any malfunction to the centre coordinator.
Keep record of stock, perform forecasts and ensure reagents and other laboratory consumable do not fall below minimum level
Perform regular Quality control on laboratory reagents after supply and before use
Ensure specimen are obtained in the appropriate manner
Maintain accurate records of all tests performed and the result of such tests
Assist to provide counseling on core MSION Clinical services in the laboratory.
Able to sign off on a lab results and take responsibility when there is an error in diagnosis
Must have a recognised clinical qualification in Medical laboratory Science.
Must be registered with a recognised local clinical professional body in Nigeria and of good standing
MUST be licensed and have a valid practicing license
At least 1 year post-graduation experience working in a similar role.
Outstanding computer skills (Microsoft Word, excel, power point).
Method of Application:
All potential job applicants should apply via email with CV and suitability statement to:


The subject of the email should be the POSITION TITLE/LOCATION and the CV/Suitability statement should be saved in the applicants full name.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
MSION is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to achieving gender balance within the organized.
Female candidates are encouraged to apply.

Application Deadline: 26th June 2015.

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