Apply: GAIN Programme Quality Specialist

Deadline: 22 May, 2024

Location: Abuja, Nigeria.

The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) is seeking to fill the role of Programme Quality Specialist.

GAIN is a Swiss-based foundation launched at the United Nations in 2002 to tackle the human suffering caused by malnutrition.


  • Support the DCD to develop, implement, and monitor quality improvement (QI) strategies for project interventions and support the development of practical continuous Quality improvement (CQI) approaches
  • Support the DCD to design and operationalise a quality improvement, quality assurance framework for GAIN nutrition interventions
  • Support the design and implementation of CQI tools and guidelines to institutionalise functional quality improvement systems at various intervention levels
  • Provide support and tools based on identified needs; and conduct intensive supportive field visits
  • Support the establishment of CQI community of practice to strengthen and sustain a culture of joint problem-solving and learning
  • Support effective linkages between programme learning and planning, monitoring and evaluation processes


  • Bachelor’s degree in Public Health, Epidemiology, Nutrition Agriculture, Agribusiness Social Sciences, International Development, Nutrition, International Relations, Statistics or related fields
  • Experience in quality improvement and quality assurance of public health and/or healthcare services
  • Experience in data analysis and the use of dashboards combined with learning and knowledge management
  • Experience in designing and implementing of contextual tools and systems to demonstrate impact, and also support learning across GAIN’s programmes, teams, and partners
  • Ability to think strategically and be comfortable with understanding and communicating concepts to a wide range of audiences both internally and externally
  • Experience leading quality assurance of project activities across different portfolios

To apply and for more information, click here.

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