Our Organization, Equitable Health Access Initiative (EHAI), is an indigenous non-governmental organization fully committed to positively impacting the human race through the implementation of highly innovative programs and projects that enhance positive, healthy, and productive living. EHAI is seeking to employ Sexual and Gender-Based Violence First Responders who will have the responsibility of ensuring that women and girls who access services on the REST project have a virtual safe where they can access information, get psychological First Aid counseling, and are referred to services appropriately on The Grand Canada Challenges grant in order to meet program objectives.
OPEN TO: All Qualified Candidates
OPENING DATE: January 12, 2022
CLOSING DATE: January 26, 2022
WORK HOURS: 40 hours a week based on a shift roster (Monday to Sunday)
REPORTS TO: Project Director
LOCATION: Lagos State
OVERALL JOB PURPOSE
The SGBV first responders will remotely provide 24/7 Psychological first aid and effectively link survivors of SGBV to appropriate management across all intervention platforms on the REST project. The SGBV first responders will be responsible for Picking calls, responding real-time on the website chatbot, and providing necessary information and guidance to women and girls.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
QUALIFICATION AND REQUIREMENTS
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Applicants should send detailed curriculum vitae in Microsoft word format and a typewritten cover letter to the Head of Human Resources through: firstname.lastname@example.org with the job position and location clearly indicated on the cover letter and as the subject of the email.
EHAI is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, or sexual orientation.