Apply: Jhpiego Programme /M and E Assistant

Deadline: Not specified

Location: Abuja, Nigeria

Jhpiego is seeking to fill the position of programme/ monitoring and evaluation assistant.

Jhpiego is a nonprofit global leader in the creation and delivery of transformative healthcare solutions for the developing world, partnering with national governments, health experts and local communities, to build health providers’ skills, and develop systems that save lives now and guarantee healthier futures for women and their families.


  • Support implementation, management, and monitoring of projects at national and state levels
  • Support project M and E activities including data collation, cleaning, analysis, and presentation development, as well as data triangulation and validation to ensure accuracy and consistency across multiple data sources
  • Coordinate effectively with multiple national and subnational stakeholders including National Primary Healthcare Development Agency (NPHCDA) and Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH)
  • Manage tight deadlines with minimal supervision and deliver high volumes of work
  • Assist with training, services, research, learning, and other programmatic activities
  • Collect information and develop success stories from various programme aspects
  • Contribute to report writing, annual work plans, project monitoring tracking matrices, and implementation plans
  • Work closely with technical and programme staff to ensure quality programme implementation and monitor project spending
  • Support programme coordination, develop and monitor work plans and budgets
  • Provide coordination and administrative support, including meeting agendas, attendance, minutes, reports, activity profiles, budgeting, goods request and services forms (GRS), travel authorisation, retirements and preparing documents for participants payment and proactively following up to ensure payments by finance
  • Handle logistics for health commodity systems, including medical commodities quality assurance, warehousing, distribution, forecasting and quantification of immunisation as well as maternal and child health products


  • Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy
  • Pharmacist with three years, minimum, of experience in programme support and commodity management
  • Proficiency in managing health-related supply chain and programmatic activities
  • Possess multiskilled capabilities to effectively support and drive multiple projects, ensuring
    both programmatic and logistical excellence

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