Job Title : Project Officer 

Duty station : Greater Accra, Bono, Bono East, Northern, Upper East and Upper West regions

Level of effort : 100% 

Brief Profile of HFFG

Hope for Future Generations is a non-governmental organization that seeks to improve the well-being and quality of life of our beneficiaries and communities, especially women, children, and young people through innovative and acceptable participatory strategies and right-based approaches. HFFG has been in existence for over 22 years and has offices in 7 regions, with our work reaching all 16 regions of Ghana.  For more information please visit our website  

We have received a three-year funding from the Global Fund through WAPCAS as a sub-recipient to implement HIV and TB interventions for key and vulnerable populations. 


The WAPCAS/Global Fund Grant Cycle 7 (GC7) project (2024-2026) is an intervention, continuing the legacy of past Global Fund-funded Project. The primary focus of the GC7 grant is to strengthen access to health related and human rights services. 

Goal and Objectives 

The goal of the HIV component of the GC7 grant is to achieve epidemic control and the fast-track targets of 95-95-95 by 2025. Its objectives are to:

  • Empower the beneficiaries to prevent new HIV infections 
  • Ensure the availability of and accessibility to prevention, treatment, care and support services 
  • Mitigate the social, mental and economic effect of HIV on persons infected and/or affected by HIV 

Job Summary and Key Responsibilities

The Project Officer will be responsible for implementing and overseeing project performance, participating in project planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting. He/she will be responsible for specific implementing site of the Organisation and has responsibilities as follows:

  • Provides technical and programmatic direction to all volunteers on the field. 
  • Assign targets to volunteers
  • Supervises outreach activities including HTS. 
  • Supports linkages to health facilities.  
  • Provides support and monitor activities at the DIC
  • Conduct monthly data quality assessment with volunteers.
  • Support weekly update and monthly reports to the M&E Team at the head office.
  • Will be the liaison between the beneficiaries and the organisation.
  • Support capacity strengthening of volunteers
  • Plan, organize and run IEC and BCC activities in the beneficiary communities.
  • Organize logistical support and maintain stock levels of commodities and materials for outreach activities. 
  • Appraise the performance of volunteers. 
  • Maintain an inventory of both old and new equipment/items in your site.  


  • Minimum of a first degree in Public Health, Monitoring and Evaluation, Project Management, Statistics, or a related field in Social Science with three years’ experience. 
  • Diploma with a minimum of five years working experience in a related field
  • Strong data management skills with evidence of prior work in data management with electronic data capture and analysis. 
  • Working knowledge of HIV would be an added advantage.
  • Good writing and analytical skill 

NB: Please note that we do not condone Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment neither is Stigma and Discrimination acceptable in our line of work. We are an equal opportunity employer.

How to Apply:

Interested applicants should send the following to

1. An application letter 

2. Curriculum vitae (maximum 3 pages) 

3. Copies of academic certificates  

with subject line: PROJECT OFFICER_(surname, first name_2024)

Please merge 1 – 3 in a single pdf file  

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further engagement.

Application end date: 15:00 GMT, 20th March 2024