Data Entry Clerk at the Lagos State Ministry of Health (LSMOH)

The Lagos State Ministry of Health (LSMOH) remains the only state to receive direct funding from the Global Fund since 2017 and is currently a Principal Recipient for the implementation of the Resilient and Sustainable Systems for Health (RSSH) grant during the 2024 – 2026 implementation period.

As the Principal Recipient, the Ministry of Health is legally responsible for managing the grant and ensuring the achievement of the programmatic results and accountability of the grant's resources. To fulfil the mandate of the Principal Recipient, the Ministry of Health established the Global Fund Grant Management Unit (GMU) to carry out the functions of the PR. The Grant Management Unit works with the implementing units within the LSMOH, and other implementing partners in executing its mandate and ensuring that the grant is managed and implemented in compliance with the grant agreement signed between the Global Fund and the Principal Recipient.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:


Job Title: Data Entry Clerk

Location: Badagry / Ifako ijaye / Eti Osa - Lagos
Employment Type: Contract

Job Responsibilities

  • Work with the LGA Focal Persons, M&E Officers and LACA structures to ensure that all facilities offering HIV services within the LGA are reporting timely and quality HIV data.
  • Conduct supportive supervision visits to health facilities providing HIV services within their respective LGAs. Visit at least 3 facilities per week with evidence of visits (Signed supervision visits register).
  • Work with the Implementing Partners within the facility to ensure provision of quality HIV services and routine data is promptly provided to the State AIDS Control Program unit.
  • Work with Local Implementation Team (which includes the LGA FP, LGA M&E officer) on coordination and implementation of the HIV activities in their LGAs using data to make informed decisions.
  • Attend the quarterly State-level Data Validation Meetings and make presentations as required.
  • Participate in other grant-related activities where attention/services are required.
  • Ensure adequate availability of M&E (PMM and PME) Tools across the supported health facilities (public and private)
  • Work with the Logistic Officer (SASCP) to ensure there are No Stock Out of HIV Commodities at the facilities (public and private)
  • Submit quality and complete HIV reports (HTS, PMTCT, ART) on the new national reporting platform - National Data Reporting System (NDARs) on or before 10th of the following month.
  • Any other task as assigned by the Supervisors at the LGA and State level.


  • Interested candidates should possess an OND qualification with at least 1 year experience.


How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
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Application Deadline  15th March, 2024.