Monday, May 24, 2010

John Snow: Logistics Training Advisor (Nigeria)

John Snow Inc (JSI) is a US based international public health firm. They are hiring for: Public Health Logistics – Training Advisor

Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Design detailed logistics management training curricula (as well as assisting other technical staff in developing on-the-job training manuals/references) and training materials (job aids, exercises, worksheets, flip chart, handbook, computer graphics presentations, audio visual presentation, etc) appropriately targeted to specific jobs and management tiers.
• Work with project staff, government counterparts, and other stakeholders as appropriate to identify training sites, trainers, and participants.
• Prepare annual plans, training budgets and training implementation strategies.
• Conduct logistics management training and other performance improvement interventions.
• Communicate with the Director for Systems Strengthening and the Deputy Chief of Party and other Technical Advisors regarding activities for which the training advisor is the lead.
• This is a full-time position based in Abuja, but will require up to 40% domestic travel.
Supervision and Reporting
• The Training Advisor will work under the guidance of the Director of Systems Strengthening and the Deputy Chief of Party.


Applicants for this position should possess at a minimum, the following qualifications:
• Four or more year’s experience in performance improvement and training program design and delivery mandatory.
• Excellent written and verbal English language skills.
• Thorough understanding of adult learning theory
• Master’s degree in international adult education or related Held desirable
• Experience providing technical assistance in the any areas of public health supply chain management highly desirable
How to Apply

Interested applicants should submit cover letter and resume by e-mail to:

Salary requirement should be included with application. Be sure to write position applied for in the subject line of your e-mail.

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