REF NO: HIV/CTTL /02/2022
Key Performance Areas
- Deputize the Principal Investigator in oversight of the program and be responsible for any delegated functions
- Provide technical leadership for the implementation of quality and efficient HIV/TB care and treatment services at all project supported health facilities
- Design, coordinate, monitor and report on quality improvement strategies for care and treatment services
- Supervise all activities for improving access and quality of HIV/TB care and treatment services
- Plan and coordinate mentorship and coaching and continuous medical education (CMEs) for healthcare workers
- Support the design and implementation of QA/QI activities at project supported facilities
- Lead the proactive documentation of best and promising practices, success stories and lessons learnt for sharing at county, national and international forums
- Support development of annual work plans and budgets
- In collaboration with the County AIDS & STIs Coordinator (CASCO) and Sub County AIDS & STIs Coordinators (SCASCOs) , conduct service delivery assessments and develop effective strategies to address any identified gaps
- Hold overall responsibility for achieving project targets in care and treatment services Provide technical support to health facilities and sub counties to meet set targets
- Provide overall technical support and oversight for the integrated care and treatment services at facility and community levels in collaboration with CASCO and SCASCOs
- In collaboration with the CASCO and SCASCOs, plan, design and conduct relevant trainings for healthcare workers involved in care and treatment
- Ensure that care and treatment services comply with existing policies, guidelines and standards and promptly disseminate care and treatment policy updates and programmatic shifts to healthcare workers
- Lead the development of private sector engagement strategy to facilitate ART drug refills at private outlets
- Line manage care and treatment program officers
- Represent the project at relevant TWGs
Qualification and experience
- Medical degree. MPH degree an added advantage.
- At least five years’ clinical experience in HIV/TB care and treatment programs
- Comprehensive knowledge and experience in HIV/TB management
- Good working knowledge of HIV/TB programs, strategies, processes and techniques used to plan, develop, implement and evaluate results of HIV/AIDS programs.
- Demonstrated computer skills in MS Office Applications and experience in strategic information management is an added advantage
- Excellent written and oral communication and presentation skills, including report writing.
- Demonstrated leadership and team-building skills.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to work effectively in a team.
- Knowledge of USG programming policies, regulations and county health department procedures and practices.
All applicants should urgently email a letter of application, 3 paged CV, certificates and relevant testimonials to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11th February 2022 indicating current and expected Salary. Candidates should clearly indicate the position applied for and its Reference number the email subject. Interview will be done on a rolling basis and only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Canvassing will result to automatic disqualification.
“AMURT is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to child safe guarding.”