TSHIP (Targeted States High Impact Projects) is a five-year program focused on the improvement of Health Systems and the Management of Health Systems for higher quality Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health,
Family Planning, and Reproductive Health service delivery in Nigeria. TSHIP is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by a group of foreign and local non-governmental organizations consisting of John Snow Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI), Center for Development & Population Activities (CEDPA), Futures Group International LLC, JHPIEGO, and Management Strategies for Africa (MSA).
TSHIP is firmly committed to the principles of equal opportunity and fair employment practices, both of which are integral parts of the project's recruitment and employment policies. When there is a vacancy, TSHIP recruits by placing a job announcement in widely-distributed publications. Each announcement includes a description of the position, the qualifications required, the procedure for applying, and other pertinent information. Copies of announcements are also available in this section of the TSHIP website. What follows is general information about the types of employment opportunities currently available at TSHIP.
The Targeted States High Impact Project (TSHIP) Nigeria announces the following vacancy(s).
How to apply:
Click the link below to view available jobvacancies and to apply
JSI is an equal opportunity employer.