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Terms of Reference for the position of 

Improvement
Officer

South Saharan Social Development Organization (SSDO) is a duly registered non-profit organization in Nigeria, with a primary focus of equipping young women and men with the social, health, economic, educational and political skills needed to survive and compete favourably in a vastly changing and urbanizing sub Saharan Africa. 


Since its inception in 2001, SSDO has become a viable platform for many young women and men to learn about and explore their femininity and masculinity in a non-destructive, mutually reinforcing and respectful manner that empowers them to exploit their full citizenship. 

Recognizing that full citizenship can only be achieved through economic, political and social independence, SSDO also provides women with a set of financial services and tools to strengthen their skills and income and minimize their interest in anti-social activities.
South Saharan Social Development Organization calls for application from suitably qualified candidates for the position of Programme officer.

Terms of Reference (ToR)

  •  Oversee and monitor the development and implementation of quality improvement program to vulnerable children and households
  •  Work with the Improvement Manager to establish community improvement teams in the selected communities
  •  Work with the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Advisor on establishing with private firms and companies for Vulnerable Children
  •  Assure that the improvement activities are documented and reported with the organization and externally as appropriate 
  •  Have a good knowledge of OVC policies and its laws
  •  Oversee all the program activities in the state
  •  Identify referral coordinators
  •  Organize monthly referral meetings
  •  Organize trainings for referral coordinators on the appropriate tools and how to carry out referrals
  •  Supervise the management of improvement coaches and teams
  •  Support program staff in implementing technical activities to improve the well-being and care for vulnerable children and their house-holds in Anambra state using the national service standard and improvement science
  •  Assist with information gathering on success stories and case studies.


Qualifications/Key requirements


Job type: full time

Qualifications: Bachelors degree in health or Social Sciences with knowledge of OVC laws

 Working experience: 2 years


 Location: Anambra state

How to Apply

Qualified persons with the required skills are invited to submit their applications (most updated CV and cover letter) to rita@southsaharan.org by or before 30th January 2018 with the subject line clearly indicating the position you are applying for.

Please note that only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


SOUTH SAHARAN is an Equal Opportunity Employer.