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Life Helpers Initiative (LHI) is a Nigerian national non-Governmental, registered in Nigeria and working in different State of the country especially in North west and North east.
In pursuit of the organization’s Health objectives, LHI is pursuing a partnership with one of the development partners in the country, dedicated to ending poverty in over 100 countries, reaching more than 90 million people through 1,300 projects. Women are a vital part of this project, using community-based efforts to improve basic education, increase access to quality health care and expand economic opportunity.
To ensure an effective and efficient outcome, LHI is seeking qualified female active health officers to be engaged as community Health workers who will be involved in order to continue to provide quality community services. The organization culture is one that is welcoming, supportive and focused, gender friendly as people living with HIV/AISDS, Disability who feels qualified are encouraged to apply for the following position:
Job Title: Data Compliance Officer
Type of Work: Part Time
Location: Sokoto & Kebbi State
Report to: Project Manager
The Data Compliance Officer role entails the daily oversight and use of data systems. The officer is responsible for the efficient storage and analysis of data with attention to confidentiality, integrity and security and accessibility.
Qualifications and Experience:
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send in their CV and a Page Cover Letter, with the position as subject matter. This can be submitted physically in a sealed envelope with the inscription of the position to:
The Admin/Human Resource
Life Helpers Initiative
Opposite Pinnacle Guest Inn
Tamaje Eastern Bye Pass Road
Or through the email to
“To be a Regional Non-Governmental Organisation
empowering Children,Youths, Women and
Communities to live maximally in all aspect
of Life through Advocacy, Capacity Development
Initiatives, Community Mobilization and Socio-economic Development.”
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