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 your:
￭ 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.
About this Role
The post is part of the programmes/operations team, delivering high impact result across project states. It plays a key role in creating demand for MSION’s services raising awareness of the types of services available, disseminating information about the services and their importance and stimulating interest in clients to use them. Using a range of techniques, they reach different segments of the market (adolescents, married, unmarried, younger, older, men, women) and inform MSION’s delivery teams of the specific needs of these groups so that services can be amended accordingly. MSION Mobilisation Officer work with Social Franchise outlets, MSION’s clinic and Outreach teams. They also link with the MSION sales teams.
Key duties in relation to the responsibilities:
1. Community mapping and identification of key targets for MSION services from the population
· Identify key influencers, partners and antagonists
· Develop database of contacts. This will include local leaders (Govt, non-government, religious, community etc)
· Develop plan on whom to target when, why and how
· Establish and maintain relationships with all key stakeholders, the media and other partners that can impact our work
1. Active and growing database/directory with contacts and information of key stakeholders at community, LGA and State
2. Annual workplan/schedule of activities/locations
3. Community acceptance and support for MSION interventions
4. CYP achieved
6. Income (for income generating channels)
7. % of youth reach
8. Monthly activity report submitted to RM/M&SC at support office
9. 100% reporting rate of all facilities
2. Conduct mobilisation activities with target groups that will result in them using MSION services (O/R, SF, SM, clinic)
· Monthly activity plans developed and shared
· Meeting and collaboration with key government stakeholders at local and state levels – Reproductive health coordinators, officers in charge at PHCs, HODs for Health etc.
· Advocacy Meetings and engagement with key groups - Stakeholder engagement, traditional and religious leaders, youth and women’s group engagement, use of town criers, door to door,
· Brand promotion
3. Ensure that all channel/cost center targets are achieved
4. Identify, train and and supervise a team of community volunteers to support and sustain mobilisation in communities
· Select, train, mentor and manage community volunteers
5. Report on activities conducted showing impact /results while highlighting challenges, solutions and recommendations on service improvement
· Routine monitoring and reporting of all activities and their impact
· Documentation of case studies
· Client satisfaction surveys
· Meetings with service providers to report feedback
· Recommendations to management and colleagues on adjustments needed to services
6. Data reporting
Successful performance at MSION is not simply defined in terms of ‘what’ people achieve, but equally is about ‘how’ people go about their jobs and the impact that they have on others. There are key behaviours that MSION expects in all employees. Performance is measured against these. They are defined below