AGAMAL

AGAMAL operates an indoor residual programme with funding from the Global Fund & AngloGold Ashanti Company Limited is calling for Applications from People to fill the Following Vacancies ahead of the Malaria Control Season.

We have vacancies for suitably qualified candidates in
our operational districts in the Upper West Region as per the details below:

DISTRICT OPERATIONS OFFICER –
JIRAPA, NADOWLI, SISSALA EAST, SISSALA WEST,
LAWRA, WA EAST, WA WEST, WA MUNICIPAL & LAMBUSSIE.

The successful candidate will report to the Zonal Operations Manager. S/he will provide lead in all IRS
activities in the district and be responsible for planning, policy and procedure implementation, quality
assurance and improvement.

Key Accountabilities

• Plan, coordinate, direct and evaluate all periodic IRS activities in the district.
• Plan and ensure all supervisors provide training and support to spray operators in accordance with
standard operating procedures.
• Review of spray data records submitted by field supervisors for accuracy, timeliness and
completeness.
• Coordinate with zonal manager for weekly and monthly logistics requirements (i.e. spray pumps,
pump parts, data cards, transportation etc.)

• Ensure weekly insecticide supply from the zonal Storage facility to the district level.
• Oversee the execution of Larviciding activities in areas of operation.
• Conduct daily safety talks and ensure safe work practices.
• Ensure strictest adherence to all IRS SOPs at all operational sites within the district.
• Ensure weekly briefing and debriefing on field operational activities and provide direction to minimize
or eliminate any related operational hazards.

• Ensure all operational related accidents and incidents are reported, investigated, reviewed and
measures taken to prevent recurrence.
• Provide direction, consultation and implementation of new spray strategies and work processes in
the district.
• Enforce health and safety policy regulations of AGAMal Limited.
• Perform any other duties that may be assigned from time to time
Technical Skills, Education/Training & Experience

• A relevant first degree with at least 3 years post-graduation experience in IRS specific setting.
• Should possess excellent managerial and leadership skills.
• Good experience working with communities and local leaders; sensitizing and mobilizing
communities.
• Ability to implement strategy for program effectiveness.
• Must have good reporting skills.
• Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a team.

Should be able to communicate in the local dialect.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Ability to use emails and MS Office.
• Ability to drive will be an added advantage

ADMINISTRATIVE /FINANCE OFFICER – JIRAPA, NADOWLI, SISSALA EAST, SISSALA
WEST, LAWRA, WA EAST, WA WEST, WA MUNICIPAL &
LAMBUSSIE.

The successful candidate will report to the District Operations Officer. S/he will assist in planning and
coordinating all Administrative activities at the district level. S/he will also be responsible for workplace
management, ensure adherence to stated Administrative/Finance policies and procedures by ensuring
effective implementation of such policies on a regular basis.

Key Accountabilities
• Execute office administrative functions that are clerical in nature.
• Prepare and manage correspondence, reports and documents.
• Organize and coordinate meetings, conferences, travel arrangements.
• Collate information, prepare minutes and reports.

• Maintain schedules and calendars of district teams and activities.
• Arrange and confirm appointments.
• Coordinate and organize internal and external events.
• Handle incoming mails and other materials.

• Set up and maintain filing systems.
• Manage and handle petty cash transactions.
• Maintain appropriate internal controls over any cash transactions.
• Keep proper accounts with supporting documentation (invoices, receipt etc.) on all cash
disbursements and expenditure.
• Prepare such financial reports as may be required.

• Perform any other duties that may be assigned from time to time
Technical Skills, Education/Training & Experience
• A first degree in Administration with at least 3 years post-graduation relevant experience.
• Must have had a good office practice exposure and be very conversant with MS Word, Excel and
Power Point.
• Ability to work as part of a team.
• Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
• Strong organizational and analytical skills.
• Ability to coordinate multiple activities.

GROUP SUPERVISORS – JIRAPA, NADOWLI, SISSALA EAST, SISSALA WEST, LAWRA, WA
EAST, WA WEST, WA MUNICIPAL & LAMBUSSIE.
The successful candidate will report to the District Operations Officer. S/he will provide support to the
District Operations Officer and be responsible for coordinating, directing and evaluating daily activities
of all spray operations on the field in the district.
Key Accountabilities
• Supervise and maintain the assigned group including spray target setting, planning, policy and
procedure implementation.
• Coordinate, direct and evaluate daily activities of all spray operations on the field.

• Perform supervision and quality assurance functions required for administrative and legal
compliance.
• Provide on-going training and support to team leaders and or spray operators at all times.
• Direct the review of spray data records for timely completion and documentation on field.
• Develop and monitor groups weekly logistics requirements (i.e. spray pumps, pump parts,
transportation etc.)
• Ensure availability of insecticides for daily distribution to spray teams for field utilization.

• Oversee the execution of Larviciding activities in areas of operation.
• Conduct daily safety talks and ensure compliance with safe work practices.
• Plan weekly and monthly field spray activities and review details with District Operations Officer.
• Inspect field operational areas and provide directions to minimize or eliminate hazards.
• Report and investigate all field accidents and incidents promptly.
• Manage team leaders on the field to keep process and workflow consistent with Malaria Control
requirements.

• Organize and effectively supervise data collection, field storage of data and transmission to District
Operations Officer.
• Provide direction and ensure implementation of new spray strategies on field of work.
• Ensure that all spray equipment are properly maintained by spray operators at all times and for safe
storage.

• Ensure that only authorized, well trained operators handle spray equipment.
• Perform any other duties that may be assigned from time to time
Technical Skills, Education/Training & Experience
• A relevant first degree with at least 3 years post-graduation experience in IRS specific setting.

• Good experience working with communities and local leaders; sensitizing and mobilizing
communities.
• Ability to implement strategies for program effectiveness.

Good reporting skills.
• Excellent leadership skills
• Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a team.
• Ability to drive will be an added advantage.
SOCIAL BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE COMMUNICATION OFFICER –
JIRAPA, NADOWLI,
SISSALA EAST, SISSALA WEST, LAWRA, WA EAST, WA WEST,
WA MUNICIPAL & LAMBUSSIE.
The successful candidate will report to the District Operations Officer. S/he will be responsible for
Information, Education and Communication of all IRS activities; and working in conformity with stated
communication strategy and procedures by ensuring effective information and communication
dissemination on a regular basis.
Key Accountabilities
• Manage and coordinate community mobilization and education to promote spraying activities.
• Identify all stakeholders and form malaria consultative committees in the district.
• Coordinate planning and execution of sensitization meetings for key stakeholders in the
Municipal/District regularly.
• Monitor/supervise the activities of community SBCC implementers in the district on routine basis
and generate weekly reports on SBCC activities.
• Design a community outreach/communication plan for IRS activities operations at the district level
in consultation with Zonal SBCC Coordinator.
• Coordinate SBCC campaign prior to, during and after spray operations.
• Liaise with partners for IRS operations (eg. RHD, DHMT, Radio stations etc.)
Agencies/organizations that will assist with community mobilization activities.
• Prepare weekly, monthly and end-of-spray round SBCC report.
• Promote IRS among communities and householders at all times.
• Perform any other duties that may be assigned from time to time

Technical Skills, Education/Training & Experience

• A first degree in the Social Sciences or Public Relations with relevant training in communication with
at least 3 years post-graduation relevant experience
• Additional experience in participatory approaches and community mobilization will be preferred.
• Proven ability to facilitate large meetings.
• Demonstrated ability to listen attentively and build consensus with community stakeholders.
• Ability to implement strategy for program effectiveness.
• Good reporting skills.
• Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a team.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.

Ability to drive will be an added advantage
MONITORING AND EVALUATION OFFICER –
JIRAPA, NADOWLI, SISSALA EAST, SISSALA
WEST, LAWRA, WA EAST, WA WEST, WA MUNICIPAL & LAMBUSSIE.

The successful candidate will report to the District Operations Officer and provide lead in planning and
coordinating all Monitoring and Evaluation activities of the IRS programme at the district level. S/he will
also be responsible for managing all the district activities and implementing M&E systems.

Key Accountabilities
• Oversee the daily monitoring activities of the programme at the district level.
• Coordinate internal and external programme communication, and organize weekly programme
meetings, report programme progress to the District Operation Officer, and perform a variety of
programme tasks to keep the programme running smoothly.
• Work closely with the District Operation Officer to develop programme presentations, reports and materials.

• Implement IRS monitoring and evaluation plan for effective tracking of IRS indicators.
• Collate and analyze the IRS operational data, and maintain data records.
• Organize data related to IRS and malaria from the district health facilities.
• Support efforts in setting up systems at the district level, ensure timely implementation and smooth
operation of program activities within the district.
• Work closely with District Operation Officer in strengthening system compliance, procedures and
monitoring activities at the district level.
• Train district teams on capturing of IRS related data, M&E indicators, reporting and data
management.
• Provide technical support to all IT related problems within the setup.
• Ensure adequate communication, information and reporting systems operate at all levels.
• Perform any other duties that may be assigned from time to time
Technical Skills, Education/Training & Experience
• A first degree in Statistics or Mathematics or a related field with three years post-graduation
experience.
• Ability to implement strategy for program effectiveness.
• Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a team.
• Ability to use emails and MS Office.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Good reporting skills.
• Ability to drive will be an added advantage.

SECURITY GUARDS – JIRAPA, NADOWLI, SISSALA EAST, SISSALA
WEST, LAWRA, WA
EAST, WA WEST, WA MUNICIPAL & LAMBUSSIE.

Key Accountabilities
• Patrol randomly or regularly building premises and perimeter to prevent and detect signs of intrusion
and ensure security of doors, windows, and gates.
• Monitor and authorize entrance and departure of employees, visitors, and other persons to guard
against theft and maintain security of premises.
• Write reports of daily activities and irregularities, such as equipment or property damage, theft,
presence of unauthorized persons, or unusual occurrences.
• Answer telephone calls to take messages, answer questions, and provide information during non￾business hours.
• Warn persons of violations, and apprehend or evict violators from premises.
• Protect company’s property and staff by maintaining a safe and secure environment
• Observe for signs of crime or disorder and investigate disturbances
• Act lawfully in direct defense of life or property
• Monitor and control access at building entrances and vehicle gates
• Perform first aid
Technical Skills, Education/Training & Experience
• Proven working experience as a security guard or relevant experience
• Trained security Guard with at least SSCE certificate
• Ability to operate an emergency equipment e.g. Fire Extinguisher
• Excellent knowledge of public safety and security procedures/protocols
• Surveillance skills and detail orientation
• Integrity and professionalism

DRIVERS – JIRAPA, NADOWLI, SISSALA EAST, SISSALA WEST, LAWRA, WA EAST, WA
WEST, WA MUNICIPAL & LAMBUSSIE.
Key Accountabilities
• Drive vehicle for official travel and purposes assigned.
• Maintain high standard of service to both staff and external guests.
• Perform duties in compliance with AGAMal Transport Policy and procedures while adhering to road
traffic rules and regulations.
• Report all highway safety hazards.
• Ensure vehicle is kept clean, tidy and in good working condition at all times.

Inspect and test drive vehicles’ after planned maintenance/repair services to ascertain vehicle
performance and effectiveness of work done.
• Complete vehicle checklist before take-off and report defects at all times.
• Report incidents and accidents immediately for the necessary action.
• Ensure safe handling and use of vehicles including accessories.
• Assist and ensure vehicle insurance and registration are updated.
• Log in all official trips, fuel top-ups, tyre change, planned maintenance/repair services and
activities/development that may relates to the vehicle.
• Perform any other duties that may be assigned from time to time.
Technical Skills, Education/Training & Experience
• Minimum of SSCE certificate with at least 5 years driving experience with a Valid driving license
(Grade C)
• Familiarity and sufficient knowledge of traffic laws
• Flexible, effective team work and interpersonal skills
• Good communication skills
• Excellent driving skills and must be safety conscious
• Honest and respectful of confidentiality

SBCC IMPLEMENTERS – JIRAPA, NADOWLI, SISSALA EAST, SISSALA WEST, LAWRA, WA
EAST, WA WEST, WA MUNICIPAL & LAMBUSSIE.
Key Accountabilities
• Coordinate and perform all IRS-SBCC activities of the Malaria Control Programme.
• Responsible for SBCC activities at the household level, and working in conformity with stated
communication strategy and procedures by ensuring effective information and communication
dissemination on a regular basis.
• Assist the District SBCC Coordinator in carrying out SBCC activities in the various communities.
• Facilitate and conduct educational campaigns in communities, institutions and for other identifiable
groups.
• Disseminate information about malaria control programme through information centers and mobile
vans in the communities.
• Undertake educational activities in the community while spraying is underway in the field.
• Disseminate information about the programme within the community.
• Post banners and posters at strategic/vantage locations in the community.
• Help organize the community for durbars and workshops.
• Address community concerns about IRS operations.
• Participate in operational research initiatives by the programme as required.

Perform any other functions as may be assigned from time to time.
Technical Skills, Education/Training & Experience
• Minimum of SSCE certificate with three years working experience in IRS specific setting.
• Ability to implement strategy for program effectiveness.
• Good reporting skills.
• Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a team.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.

MODE OF APPLICATION
Interested and eligible persons are to forward their applications to include:
1. Cover letter describing the applicant’s interest in the position and
2. Resume (CV) detailing relevant experience, skills and education to the following address not later
than Friday, January 27, 2023. E-mail applications should include the job title in the subject line.

Head, Admin & Human Resources Management
AGA Malaria Control Limited
P. O. Box 10, Obuasi
Email: recruitment@agamal.org
CONTRACT DURATION: THREE (3) MONTHS
Only short-listed applicants will be contacted and invited for interview.

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