We particularly encourage applications from women as they are currently under-represented within MSION at the management level.
About the Organisation
Marie Stopes International Organisation Nigeria (MSION) is a result-oriented social enterprise, 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 37 countries worldwide
The core responsibility of this post is to use:
￭ initiative ￭ energy ￭ persistence ￭ results orientation
￭ drive ￭ integrity ￭ enthusiasm ￭ commitment to personal development
to further MSI’s partnership mission: enabling individuals to have children by choice not chance.
The Clinical Quality Operations Manager is a member of the Clinical Services Directorate and is responsible for the coordination and delivery of high clinical standards through the regional quality advisors as guided by MDT and in line with the global Marie Stopes International (MSI) mantra of One World One Standard. This includes the coordination of and provision of all regional training, competency assessments and impactful SSV outcomes by the RQAs, which are result oriented and trackable systematically. The post will be based in Abuja with regular travels to the regions.
Team Coordination and Field Level Accountability
Providing Continuous Quality Assurance Improvement
Support the Provision of Quality Clinical training
Partnership and Advocacy Responsibilities
Note: The duties and responsibilities presented below may change at management discretion.
Safeguarding is a way of working that promotes the safety and welfare of people involved in the delivery or the receipt of humanitarian or development assistance, protecting them from harm, including all forms of exploitation, abuse and harassment. At MSION, we recognise that in the delivery of sexual reproductive health services in clinics, outreach or in the community, providers and support staff will encounter individuals who may be at risk of harm. All Employees of MSION should all be committed to actively preventing and minimising the likelihood of harm to clients and promoting a culture where abuse of any kind is not tolerated and is dealt with promptly if it does occur.
Experience & Skills
At least 5-years post-graduation experience [ESSENTIAL]
Experience of working in Sexual and Reproductive Health [ESSENTIAL]
Experience in implementing quality assurance/quality improvement projects
Good project management and coordination skills (ESSENTIAL)
Good written and verbal communication skills. [ESSENTIAL]
Work experience with a non-governmental organization (DESIRABLE)
Articulate and analytical with attention to details (ESSENTIAL)
Must have requisite experience to work with minimum supervision