Avis de recrutement d’un (e) Advisor Sr., Service Delivery

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Présent en Guinée depuis 2005, ChildFund est une ONG Internationale qui a pour mission d’Aider les enfants défavorisés, exclus et vulnérables d’avoir la capacité d’améliorer leur vie et la possibilité de devenir de jeunes adultes, des parents et des dirigeants qui apportent des changements durables et positifs dans leurs communautés . ChildFund favorise les sociétés dont les individus et les institutions participent à la valorisation, la protection et la promotion des droits des enfants.

ChildFund est un employeur soucieux de respecter une stricte égalité des chances et qui cherche à profiter de la diversité que les différentes personnes apportent à l’organisation.

Nous sommes à la recherche d’un (e) Advisor Sr., Service Delivery pour notre Département des Programmes qui sera basé à Conakry avec possibilité d’être basé/redéployé dans les autres lieux ou ChildFund travaille en Guinée selon les besoins de l’organisation. Veuillez trouver ci-dessous les détails :

Titre du poste Mission/Education/expérience
Advisor Sr., Service Delivery


Durée du contrat : 1 an renouvelable


Type de Contrat  : Local


ChildFund, is collaboration with Abt Associates, is recruiting qualified candidates for positions on an upcoming USAID-funded opportunity in Guinea, Local Health Systems Strengthening Activity (LHSSA). LHSSA will focus on supporting the Ministry of Health in the delivery of quality health services and strengthening the health system. LHSSA embodies strategic evidence-based strategies for malaria control and prevention, ending preventable child and maternal death, advancing to Sustainable HIV Epidemic Control, using data to make informed decisions and building local capacity to implement integrated health programs.

Under the supervision of the Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP), the Sr. Service Delivery Advisor will serve as a member of the project’s senior management team, based in Conakry, Guinea, with frequent travel. The Sr. Service Delivery Advisor will be responsible for providing technical and programmatic guidance on all health service delivery aspects and will supervise and collaborate with a technical team of advisors in service delivery improvement; reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health; family planning; malaria; and social and behavioral change.

Tâches clés


Specific duties and responsibilities include the following:

·         Provide technical leadership and oversight of project activities related to service delivery and improving access to quality health services with an emphasis at the community level, including for women and marginalized groups.

·         Advise the DCOP and COP, serve as subject matter and technical expert.

·         Supervise and collaborate with technical experts in service delivery, RMNCH, family planning, malaria, gender-based violence, prevention, prevention of infectious diseases and social and behavioral change

·         Develop recommendations and strategies toward establishing and/or reinforcing referral mechanisms and a service provision plan to help achieve key activity goals, integrating with other engagement and capacity building strategies as needed.

·         Advise changes to improve the content, quality, and supervision of community-level services in collaboration with the MoH, local stakeholders and support implementation.

·         Design or strengthen mechanisms for health care providers, local authorities, community members, and other key stakeholders to identify both clinical and behavioral service delivery issues that impede access to care and uptake of services.

·         Participate in all relevant meetings organized by the Ministry of Health at national, regional level and meetings related to health programming convened by peer INGOs.

·         Using a collaborative style of working, communicate effectively with other senior management team members, partners, and supervisors and contribute directly to monitoring and evaluation reports.

·         Contribute to reinforcing the national RMNCH data for decision making

·         Other duties as assigned.

Qualification requirements include the following:

·         Master’s Degree in public health, medicine, or other related field.

·         Strong knowledge of USAID rules, regulations, procedures and reporting requirements.

·         Minimum of 8 years of experience improving access to health service delivery.

·         Experience in senior technical or leadership positions including experience managing other staff.

·         Experience in planning and implementing programming that integrates gender equality and social inclusion highly desirable.

·         Experience facilitating trainings and workshops focusing on improving service delivery.

·         Experience supervising health care providers and health community workers

·         Knowledge of Guinea RMNCH and community health strategies

·         Professional experience interacting with U.S. Government agencies, host country governments, small NGOs, and other relevant stakeholders.

·         Excellent verbal, written, interpersonal, and presentation skills in French and working proficiency in English.


·         Guinean nationals encouraged to apply. Women encouraged to apply.

ChildFund is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer committed to fostering a diverse workforce. Abt Associates provides market-competitive salaries and comprehensive employee benefits.

ChildFund International is committed to protecting the interests, rights and well-being of the children with whom it is in contact and to conducting its programs and operations in a child-friendly manner.

Disclaimer: This job description is not an exhaustive list of the skill, effort, duties and responsibilities associated with the position.

Dossiers de candidature Les candidats intéressés sont priés de soumettre :

–      Une lettre de motivation et

–      Un CV actualisé

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NB : Seuls les candidats retenus seront contactés.

Date limite

12 Novembre 2021 à 17h00

Les candidatures féminines sont vivement encouragées.