[Vacancy] Activity Instructor at Excellence Community Education Welfare Scheme Ltd/Gte (ECEWS) Promoting “No Means No” (NMNW)

About The Company:

Excellence Community Education Welfare Scheme Ltd/Gte (ECEWS) stands as a prominent indigenous non-profit organization committed to enhancing access to high-quality healthcare, education, and economic strengthening services in Nigeria. Our team comprises professionals with expertise in health, education, social work, youth development, civil society, and research. Presently, our LOCATE project, a CDC/PEPFAR HIV prevention, care, and treatment initiative, is actively seeking competent candidates for the position of Clinical Care Specialist in Imo State.

Role Overview:

The Clinical Care Specialist holds a vital role in providing technical support for comprehensive HIV/AIDS care and treatment. Collaborating closely with ECEWS clinicians and health facility-based site teams, the specialist will play a crucial part in implementing care and antiretroviral treatment services.

Job Details:

Job Type: Full Time

Qualification Experience: OND

Location: Delta, Osun

Job Field: NGO/Non-Profit


The “No Means No” (NMNW) Activity is an intervention program designed to reduce sexual violence and HIV transmission risks among adolescents, particularly orphan and vulnerable children.
This curriculum-based capacity-building session focuses on empowering adolescent girls and boys aged 10-14, equipping girls with verbal, mental, and physical skills to defend themselves against unwanted advances or rape, and training boys to stand up for girls. The NMNW approach includes prevention, intervention, and recovery components, featuring 8 hours of empowerment self-defense classes, network referral systems, and aftercare support through Survivors in Recovery Anonymous (SIRA).
The instructors for this program will mobilize communities for change and teach mental, verbal, and physical skills/strategies to prevent sexual assault and Gender-Based Violence, thus reducing HIV risk.
ECEWS will implement the NMNW activity separately for boys in Delta State and for girls in Osun State.

Position Description:

  • The instructors will be responsible for mobilizing their communities for change and teaching girls aged 10-14 how to enhance their mental, verbal, and physical skills to stand up against potential violators.
  • They will receive intensive training on the NMNW activity strategies of violence prevention, intervention, and recovery, mastering a 12-hour curriculum for adolescents that emphasizes mental, verbal, and physical skills and human rights knowledge.
  • Instructors will implement the NMNW curriculum in prioritized communities and LGAs, working in pairs and maintaining follow-up with participants.
    They will contribute to the development of a comprehensive referral network for prevention and aftercare resources, set up and maintain SIRA meetings, and collect basic M&E data from participants.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Participate in training to learn the NMNW Activity curriculum and prevention intervention.
    Implement the NMNW curriculum with adolescents in the target State/LGAs and maintain follow-up with participants.
  • Contribute to developing a comprehensive referral network for prevention and aftercare resources.
    Set up and maintain Survivors in Recovery Anonymous (SIRA) meetings.
  • Collect basic M&E data from participants and report in a timely manner.
  • Liaise with local child safety, gender-based violence organizations, stakeholders, government sources, and schools to enhance violence prevention.
    Participate in monthly review meetings for all instructors.

Minimum Recruitment Standard:

  • Age: 25-35 years.
  • Residency in the target State/LGAs of intervention.
  • Minimum of an OND qualification.
  • Proficiency in English language (reading and speaking).
  • Knowledge of the local language is beneficial.
  • Available for weeks of training.
  • Comfortable implementing NMNW activity for adolescent girls or boys, depending on the case.
  • Males can only apply as Boys Instructors, and Females can only apply as Girls Instructors.
  • Proficient in using a computer and Microsoft suites (MS Word, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint).
  • Familiarity with gender-based violence and its prevention, knowledge of sexual and reproductive health, emotional intelligence to work with adolescents, and ability to lead or facilitate group sessions.
  • Critical thinking, organizational skills, tenacity, effective verbal communication, and reliability in punctuality and consistency.

Method of Application:

Interested and qualified candidates should send a detailed Resume and a one-page cover letter as one MS Word document explaining suitability for the position to the Human Resources Unit via: careers@ecews.org, using their Full names, the job title, and the location as the subject of the email.


  • The application must explicitly state the applicant’s full name and the position of interest with the preferred location as the subject of the email.
  • Candidates should provide three professional referees with email addresses and phone numbers.
    Eligible female applicants are encouraged to apply.
  • ECEWS offers a competitive compensation package and is an equal-opportunity employer (EOE).
  • ECEWS does not charge candidates a fee for a test or interview. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Deadline: Jul 28, 2023.

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