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56 Job Opportunities at Management and Development for Health (MDH)

56 Job Opportunities at Management and Development for Health (MDH)

56 Job Opportunities at Management and Development for Health MDH (Sub recipient) in collaboration with Deloitte Consulting Limited (Prime) through USAID funded Comprehensive Client-Centered Health Program–HIV and Tuberculosis (C3HP HIV TB) seeks to recruit qualified individuals to fill the following vacancies based in Dar es salaam and 6 supported regions of Iringa, Lindi, Morogoro, Mtwara, Njombe and Ruvuma.
1. POSITION TITLE: Senior Manager Quality Service Delivery (1 Post)
LOCATION: Dar es Salaam Region
REPORTS TO: Director of Technical Services/DCOP
Position Summary:
The Senior Manager Quality Service Delivery will be a health programs specialist and technical expert in all matters pertaining to public health program implementation. She/He will provide guidance and technical support to C3HP central team in the design, implementation, evaluation and reporting of the HIV and TB interventions as well as serve as the content experts on all matters pertaining to public health and epidemic control, in line with national guidelines and agreeable international standards. The Senior Manager Quality Service Delivery will also ensure continuum of care and program integration across the various program units and departments. The Senior Manager Quality Service Delivery will work under and advise the Director of Technical Services/DCOP on program implementation, outcomes and direction to ensure efficiency and sustainability.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Work with the DCOP to lead development of detailed programs work-plans, including goals, objectives, outputs and outcomes, as well as budgets in-line with donor, program and national priorities.
2. Support the DCOP in overseeing program implementation, perform work-plan and budget control, and ensure effective monitoring of programs work-plan implementation, outputs and outcomes.
3. Work with finance department to review financial burn rate in relation to outputs achievement and advise the DCOP on how to optimize financial performance towards efficiency and maximal outcomes.
4. Provide technical support to program managers in developing plans, priorities, strategies, evaluations and budgets and facilitate program integration across units to ensure synergies and maximal outcomes.
5. Conduct technical visits to supported regions & facilities to assess implementation of program priorities and work with regional project team to identify and address gaps in program implementation.
6. Lead and coordinate writing of key program and scientific documents including project proposals, work-plans, reports, best practices, lessons learned, abstracts, posters manuscripts, and policy briefs.
7. Conduct skills gaps assessment to C3HP project team and organize efforts to address these gaps through internal and external capacity building.
8. Coordinate various technical program meetings to review and monitor program progress and outcomes including weekly, monthly and quarterly program meetings.
9. Actively participate in and oversee technical site visits by the central government, PEPFAR
agencies, and other donor institutions to assess quality of C3HP supported services.
10. Actively participate in and represent the DCOP at national and global technical meetings to share progress, review priorities, develop guidelines and standards of operation in areas inline with C3HP project.
11. Support and advise the DCOP and project leadership and carry out relevant duties assigned by the DCOP and project leadership.
Requirements: Education, Work experience and Skills:
1. Medical degree (MD or equivalent) with Master’s degree in Public Health or related
discipline.
2. Minimum 10 years’ work experience in facility-based HIV program services including 5
years’ experience with HIV program planning and implementation at the national level.
3. Working knowledge of PEPFAR-funded HIV programs.
4. Demonstrable leadership experience in public health programs and services with competencies in supervising individuals and teams to deliver intended outcomes.
5. Experience in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), Data Analysis, Interpretation, Utilization, CQI and Operational research in the HIV program. 6. Fluency in both written and spoken English and Swahili Languages.
7. Strong computer skills (MS Excel, Access, Word, and PowerPoint).
8. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and strong problem-solving skills.
9. Ability to travel to implementation regions a minimum of 50% of time.
2. POSITION TITLE: Manager – Care &Treatment Service Delivery (1 Post)
LOCATION: Dar es Salaam Region
REPORTS TO: Senior Manager Quality Service Delivery 3
Position Summary: The Manager- Care &Treatment (ART delivery, FP&CECAP) Service Delivery is a member of the central technical team responsible for providing technical guidance on care and treatment services, family planning integration and CECAP services under the project. Working closely with the Senior Manager Quality Service Delivery, s/he provides technical assistance to the central and regional team ensuring effective implementation of interventions related to care and treatment family planning integration and CECAP in facility settings; as well as working with and providing technical support to other project staff at supported regions and regions, key stakeholders at national, regional and local government authorities and other partners.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Lead and oversee planning, implementation, M&E and reporting of Care & Treatment (ART delivery, FP &CECAP) services and other relevant activities across all supported regions and councils.
2. Oversee implementation of initiatives to address key program, donor and national priorities, including 2nd and 3rd 95 interventions, Cryptococcal program, FP/HIV integration and CECAP in line with national guidelines.
3. Forge strong partnership with key government ministries and offices at national, regional and council level, support national efforts and provide TA to relevant ministries, RHMTs and CHMTs in planning, implementation, M&E and reporting of HIV testing and prevention services.
4. Oversee needs assessment, on Care &Treatment (ART delivery, FP & CECAP) services and organize efforts to address these needs; including capacity building and health system strengthening – in collaboration with the R/CHMTs.
5. Oversee and ensure efficient management project expenditure and other resources as per approved work-plan and budget.
6. Work with the project M&EL unit to put in place an efficient system for routine Care
&Treatment (ART delivery, FP&CECAP) data recording, cleaning, reporting and utilization.
7. Lead efforts to robustly analyse and utilize Care &Treatment (ART delivery, FP&CECAP) data to inform plans, priorities and resource allocation and write reports, best practices and lessons learned for wider dissemination.
8. Lead efforts to identify gaps in Care &Treatment (ART delivery, FP&CECAP) services; design and implement operational research (OR), PHE, secondary data analyses and CQI initiatives to address these gaps; and write abstracts, posters manuscripts, and policy briefs to widely disseminate findings.
9. Implement robust capacity building programs, for Care &Treatment (ART delivery, FP&CECAP) services; capitalizing on supportive supervision, mentorship and on-job training in line with national guidelines.
10. Supervise program staff under her/him across supported regions.
11. Lead efforts in writing technical program documents including project proposals, workplans, reports, best practices, lessons learned and other relevant documents, as
required by the supervisor.
12. Support and advise the project leadership on all Care &Treatment (ART delivery, FP&CECAP) issues and perform other relevant duties as assigned by her/his supervisor.
Requirements: Education, Work experience and Skills:
1. Medical degree (MD or equivalent).
2. Master’s degree Public Health or related discipline preferred.
3. Minimum 8 years’ work experience in facility-based HIV program services including 5 years’ experience with Care & Treatment program planning and implementation at the national or regional level.
4. Working knowledge of PEPFAR-funded HIV programs.
5. Demonstrable leadership experience in public health programs and services with competencies in supervising individuals and teams to deliver intended outcomes.
6. Experience in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), Data Analysis, Interpretation, Utilization, CQI and Operational research in the HIV care and treatment, FP/HIV integration, Cervical Cancer screening program.
7. Fluency in both written and spoken English and Swahili Languages.
8. Strong computer skills (MS Excel, Access, Word, and PowerPoint).
9. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and strong problem-solving skills.
10. Ability to travel to implementation regions a minimum of 50% of time
3. POSITION TITLE: Manager – PMTCT/EID/Pediatric HIV Service Delivery (1 Post)
LOCATION: Dar es Salaam Region
REPORTS TO: Senior Manager Quality Service Delivery
Position Summary: The Manager – PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV Service Delivery is a technical expert in matters pertaining to PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV Services. She/ He provides technical leadership and oversight of all PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV interventions and services. This includes; keeping abreast with key advances in the area of PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV services; translating into practice, key program, national and global priorities in PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV; as well as working with and providing technical support to other project staff at supported regions, key stakeholders at national, regional and local government authorities and other partners.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Lead and oversee planning, implementation, M&E and reporting of PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV services and other relevant activities across all supported regions and councils.
2. Oversee implementation of initiatives to address key program, donor and national priorities, including Option B+, Index HIV testing, male involvement, Infant Virologic testing, PrEP for discordant couple and Pediatric HIV case identification, ART optimization & HVL suppression in line with national guidelines.
3. Forge strong partnership with key government ministries and offices at national, regional
and council level, support national efforts and provide TA to relevant ministries, RHMTs and CHMTs in planning, implementation, M&E and reporting of HIV testing and prevention services.
4. Oversee needs assessment, on PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV services and organize efforts to address these needs; including capacity building and health system strengthening – in collaboration with the R/CHMTs.
5. Oversee and ensure efficient management project expenditure and other resources as per approved work-plan and budget.
6. Work with the project M&EL unit to put in place an efficient system for routine
PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV data recording, cleaning, reporting and utilization.
7. Lead efforts to robustly analyse and utilize PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV data to inform plans, priorities and resource allocation and write reports, best practices and lessons learned for wider dissemination.
8. Lead efforts to identify gaps in PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV services; design and implement operational research (OR), PHE, secondary data analyses and CQI initiatives to address these gaps; and write abstracts, posters manuscripts, and policy briefs to widely disseminate findings.
9. Implement robust capacity building programs, for PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV services; capitalizing on supportive supervision, mentorship and on-job training in line with national guidelines.
10. Supervise program staff under her/him across supported regions.
11. Lead efforts in writing technical program documents including project proposals, workplans, reports, best practices, lessons learned and other relevant documents, as required by the supervisor.
12. Support and advise the project leadership on all PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV issues and perform other relevant duties as assigned by her/his supervisor.
Requirements: Education, Work experience and Skills:
1. Medical degree (MD or equivalent) or Nursing Degree.
2. Master’s degree Public Health or related discipline preferred.
3. Minimum 8 years’ work experience in facility-based HIV services including 5 years’ experience with PMTCT or paediatric HIV program planning and implementation at the national or regional level.
4. Working knowledge of PEPFAR-funded HIV programs.
5. Demonstrable leadership experience in public health programs and services with competencies in supervising individuals and teams to deliver intended outcomes.
6. Experience in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), Data Analysis, Interpretation, Utilization, CQI and Operational research in the PMTCT/EID and Ped HIV.
7. Fluency in both written and spoken English and Swahili Languages.
8. Strong computer skills (MS Excel, Access, Word, and PowerPoint).
9. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and strong problem-solving skills.
10. Ability to travel to implementation regions a minimum of 50% of time.

4. POSITION TITLE: Manager – HTS & Facility HIV Prevention Service Delivery (1 Post) 
LOCATION: Dar es Salaam Region
REPORTS TO: Senior Manager Quality Service Delivery
Position Summary: The Manager –HTS & Facility HIV Prevention Service Delivery is a technical expert in matters pertaining to HIV testing services (HTS) and HIV prevention. She/ He provides technical leadership and oversight of all HIV testing and prevention interventions and services. This includes; keeping abreast with key advances in the area of HIV testing and prevention; translating into practice, key program, national and global
priorities in HTS and HIV prevention; as well as working with and providing technical support to other project staff at supported regions, key stakeholders at national, regional and local government authorities and other partners.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Lead and oversee planning, implementation, M&E and reporting of HIV testing and prevention services and other relevant activities across all supported regions and councils.
2. Oversee implementation of initiatives to address key program, donor and national priorities, including index testing, focused PITC, peer-based ART linkage, HIV selftesting, PrEP in line with national guidelines.
3. Forge strong partnership with key government ministries and offices at national, regional and council level, support national efforts and provide TA to relevant ministries, RHMTs and CHMTs in planning, implementation, M&E and reporting of HIV testing and prevention services.
4. Oversee needs assessment, on HIV testing and prevention services and organize efforts to address these needs; including capacity building and health system strengthening – in collaboration with the R/CHMTs.
5. Oversee and ensure efficient management project expenditure and other resources as per approved work-plan and budget.
6. Work with the project M&EL unit to put in place an efficient system for routine HIV
testing and prevention data recording, cleaning, reporting and utilization.
7. Lead efforts to robustly analyse and utilize HIV testing and prevention data to inform plans, priorities and resource allocation and write reports, best practices and lessons learned for wider dissemination.
8. Lead efforts to identify gaps in HIV testing and prevention services; design and implement operational research (OR), PHE, secondary data analyses and CQI initiatives to address these gaps; and write abstracts, posters manuscripts, and policy briefs to widely disseminate findings.
9. Implement robust capacity building programs, for HIV testing and prevention services; capitalizing on supportive supervision, mentorship and on-job training in line with national guidelines.
10. Supervise program staff under her/him across supported regions.
11. Lead efforts in writing technical program documents including project proposals, workplans, reports, best practices, lessons learned and other relevant documents, as required by the supervisor.
12. Support and advise the project leadership on all HIV testing and prevention issues and perform other relevant duties as assigned by her/his supervisor. Requirements: Education
Work experience and Skills:
1. Medical degree (MD or equivalent).
2. Master’s degree Public Health or related discipline preferred.
3. Minimum 8 years’ work experience in facility-based HIV services including 5 years’ experience with HIV testing services and/or prevention program planning and implementation at the national or regional level.
4. Working knowledge with PEPFAR-funded HIV programs.
5. Demonstrable leadership experience in public health programs and services with competencies in supervising individuals and teams to deliver intended outcomes.
6. Experience in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), Data Analysis, Interpretation, Utilization, CQI and Operational research in the HTS and PreP. 7. Fluency in both written and spoken English and Swahili Languages.
8. Strong computer skills (MS Excel, Access, Word, and PowerPoint).
9. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and strong problem-solving skills.
10. Ability to travel to implementation regions a minimum of 50% of time.
5. POSITION TITLE: Manager – TB & TB/HIV Service Delivery (1 Post)
LOCATION: Dar es Salaam Region
REPORTS TO: Senior Manager Quality Service Delivery
Position Summary: The Manager – TB & TB/HIV Service Delivery will provide technical direction for development and implementation of evidence-based, locally relevant strategies for integrated/comprehensive TB and TB/HIV activities consistent with C3HP HIV
TB results framework. S/he will oversee implementation and reporting of all the project’s TB and TB/HIV 8 activities, working closely with the National TB & Leprosy Program and other key stakeholders. She/He will also provide technical support to other project staff at supported regions, key stakeholders at regional and local government authorities and other partners.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Lead and oversee planning, implementation, M&E and reporting of TB and TB& HIV program per national guidelines and donor’s guidance and targets, across all the supported regions.
2. Oversee implementation of key program initiatives – in her/his unit – to address program, donor and national priorities – such as Intensified TB case finding, Ped TB, Community TB, TB/HIV integration, TB Preventive Therapy and TB Infection Control – in line with national guidelines.
3. Forge strong partnership with key government ministries and offices at national, regional and council level, support national efforts and provide TA to relevant ministries, R/CMTs and CHMTs in planning, implementation, M&E and reporting of TB and TB/HIV services.
4. Oversee needs assessment, on TB and TB/HIV programs and services and organize efforts
to address these needs -; including capacity building and health system strengthening – in collaboration with the project regional teams and R/CHMTs.
5. Oversee and ensure efficient management project expenditure and other resources as per approved work-plan and budget.
6. Work with the project M&EL unit to put in place an efficient system for routine TB and
TB/HIV data recording, cleaning, reporting and utilization.
7. Lead efforts to robustly analyse & utilize TB and TB/HIV programmatic data to inform plans, priorities and resource allocation and write required reports, best practices and lessons learned for wider dissemination.
8. Lead efforts to identify gaps in TB and TB/HIV services; design and implement operational research (OR), PHE, secondary data analyses and CQI initiatives to address these gaps; and write abstracts, posters manuscripts, and policy briefs to widely disseminate findings.
9. Implement and manage a robust capacity building program, for TB and TB/HIV services; capitalizing on supportive supervision, mentorship and on-job training in line with national guidelines.
10. Supervise program staff under her/him across supported regions.
11. Support and advise the project leadership on all TB and TB/HIV program issues and perform other relevant duties as assigned by her/his supervisor.
Requirements: Education, Work experience and Skills:
1. Medical degree (MD or equivalent).
2. Master’s degree Public Health or related discipline preferred.
3. Minimum 8 years’ work experience in TB and/or TB/HIV services including 5 years’ experience with TB and TB/HIV program planning and implementation at the national or regional level working with NGOs.
4. Working knowledge of National TB and Leprosy Control program and donor TB & TB/HIV
policies and and strategies.
5. Demonstrable leadership experience in public health programs and services with competencies in supervising individuals and teams to deliver intended outcomes.
6. Experience in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), national TB database, Data Analysis, Interpretation, Utilization, CQI and Operational research in the TB and TB/HIV program data.
7. Fluency in both written and spoken English and Swahili Languages.
8. Strong computer skills (MS Excel, Access, Word, and PowerPoint).
9. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and strong problem-solving skills.
10. Ability to travel to implementation regions a minimum of 50% of time
6. POSITION TITLE: Manager – ART Retention and Community Based Health Service
Delivery (1 Post)

LOCATION: Dar es Salaam Region
REPORTS TO: Senior Manager Quality Service Delivery
Position Summary: The Manager- ART Retention and Community Based Health Service Delivery is the technical expert in all matters pertaining to ART Retention and Community Based Health programs and services. She/ He provides technical leadership and oversight of related interventions and services. This includes; keeping abreast with key advances in the area of ART Retention and Community based health services; translating into practice, key program, national and global priorities; as well as working with and providing technical support to other project staff at supported regions, key stakeholders at national, regional and local government authorities and other partners.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Lead and oversee planning, implementation, M&E and reporting of ART Retention(continuity) and community-based health services and other relevant activities across all supported regions and councils.
2. Oversee implementation of initiatives to address key program, donor and national priorities, including ART continuity interventions, community linkage, community based DDD in line with national guidelines.
3. Forge strong partnership with key government ministries and offices at national, regional and council level, support national efforts and provide TA to relevant ministries, RHMTs and CHMTs in planning, implementation, M&E and reporting of ART Retention(continuity) and community-based health services.
4. Oversee needs assessment, on ART Retention(continuity) and community-based health services and organize efforts to address these needs; including capacity building and health system strengthening – in collaboration with the R/CHMTs.
5. Oversee and ensure efficient management project expenditure and other resources as per approved work-plan and budget.
6. Work with the project M&EL unit to put in place an efficient system for routine ART Retention(continuity) and community-based health data recording, cleaning, reporting and utilization.
7. Lead efforts to robustly analyse and utilize ART Retention(continuity) and communitybased health services data to inform plans, priorities and resource allocation and write reports, best practices and lessons learned for wider dissemination.
8. Lead efforts to identify gaps in ART Retention(continuity) and community-based health services; design and implement operational research (OR), PHE, secondary data analyses and CQI initiatives to address these gaps; and write abstracts, posters manuscripts, and policy briefs to widely disseminate findings.
9. Implement robust capacity building programs, for ART Retention(continuity) and community-based health services; capitalizing on supportive supervision, mentorship and on-job training in line with national guidelines.
10. Supervise program staff under her/him across supported regions.
11. Lead efforts in writing technical program documents including project proposals, workplans, reports, best practices, lessons learned and other relevant documents, as required by the supervisor.
12. Support and advise the project leadership on all ART Retention(continuity) and
community-based health services issues and perform other relevant duties as assigned by her/his supervisor.
Requirements: Education, Work experience and Skills:
1. Bachelor Degree in Social Sciences or Medical degree (MD or equivalent) or Nursing
Degree.
2. Master’s degree Public Health or related discipline preferred.
3. Minimum 8 years’ work experience in facility-based HIV services including 5 years’ experience in ART Retention and/or Community health program planning and implementation at the national or regional level.
4. Working knowledge of PEPFAR-funded HIV programs.
5. Demonstrable leadership experience in public health programs and services with competencies in supervising individuals and teams to deliver intended outcomes.
6. Experience in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), Data Analysis, Interpretation, Utilization, CQI and Operational research in the HIV ART Continuity and Community health services delivery.
7. Fluency in both written and spoken English and Swahili Languages.
8. Strong computer skills (MS Excel, Access, Word, and PowerPoint).
9. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and strong problem-solving skills.
10. Ability to travel to implementation regions a minimum of 50% of time
7. POSITION TITLE: Advisor – Care &Treatment Service Delivery (6 Posts)
LOCATION: Iringa, Lindi, Morogoro, Mtwara, Njombe and Ruvuma
REPORTS TO: Senior Advisor Quality Service Delivery
Position Summary: The Advisor- Care &Treatment (ART delivery, FP&CECAP) Service Delivery is a selfmotivated individual who will be responsible for providing overall technical leadership and oversight of – Care &Treatment (ART delivery, FP&CECAP) interventions and services at regional, district and facility site level. This includes; keeping abreast with key advances/priorities in the area of – Care &Treatment services implementation; translating into practice, key program, national and global priorities; as well as working with and providing substantive and technical direction and assistance to other regional staff at supported region. She/he will work in close collaboration with the respective regional and district level health management teams and C3HP supported facilities
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Lead and oversee planning, implementation and M&E of Care &Treatment (ART delivery, FP&CECAP) services under the C3HP Program, in her/his respective region.
2. Provide oversight and lead the implementation of key – Care &Treatment program initiatives to address program, donor and national priorities – such as accelerating 2nd and
3rd 95 interventions, Cryptococcal program, FP/HIV integration and CECAP in line with
Tanzania national guidelines.
3. Actively participate in and provide technical assistance (TA) to Regional & Council Health Management Teams (R/CHMT), supported health facilities and community structures in planning and implementation of Care &Treatment programs and services.
4. Conduct regular need assessment, on Care &Treatment services provision in her/his
region and organize efforts to address these needs -; including areas of capacity building and health system strengthening – in collaboration with the R/CHMT.
5. Oversee and ensure efficient management of regional Care &Treatment project expenditure and other resources as per approved work-plan and budget.
6. Ensure timely collection and submission of Care &Treatment services data as well as support strengthening of the related M&E systems – in collaboration with the M&E team.
7. Lead efforts to robustly analyse and utilize Care &Treatment services data to inform regional plans, priorities and resource allocation.
8. Lead efforts to identify gaps in Care &Treatment services provision, design and implement
Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) initiatives to address the gaps identified.
9. Organize and support routine meetings with key project stakeholders to share, monitor and evaluate program progress towards assigned targets.
10. Prepare timely quarterly and annual narrative reports, best practices, lessons learned and other relevant documents on Care &Treatment services as assigned by line manager.
11. Support and advise the line manager on all Care &Treatment services issues and perform other relevant duties as assigned by the line manager.
Requirements: Education, Work experience and Skills:
1. Medical degree (MD or equivalent) or Advance Diploma in Medicine.
2. Master’s degree in Public Health or related discipline preferred.
3. Minimum 5 years’ work experience in facility-based HIV program services including 3 years’ experience with Care & Treatment program planning and implementation at the regional level.
4. Working knowledge of PEPFAR-funded HIV programs.
5. Experience in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), Data Analysis, Interpretation, Utilization, CQI and Operational research in the HIV care and treatment, FP/HIV integration, Cervical Cancer screening program.
6. Ability to work and deliver under pressure and tight deadlines with minimum supervision.
7. Excellent communication (both verbal and written) and presentation skills.
8. Fluency in both written and spoken English and Swahili Languages.
9. Strong computer skills (MS Excel, Access, Word, and PowerPoint).
10. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and strong problem-solving skills.
11. Ability to travel to implementation regions a minimum of 80% of time
 
8. POSITION TITLE: Advisor – PMTCT/EID/Pediatric HIV Service Delivery (6 Posts)
LOCATION: Iringa, Lindi, Morogoro, Mtwara, Njombe and Ruvuma
REPORTS TO: Senior Advisor Quality Service Delivery
Position Summary: The Advisor – PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV Service Delivery is a self- motivated individual who will be responsible for providing overall technical leadership and oversight of PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV interventions and services at regional, district and
facility site level. This includes; keeping abreast with key advances/priorities in the area of PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV services implementation; translating into practice, key program, national and global priorities; as well as working with and providing substantive and technical direction and assistance to other regional staff at supported region. She/he will work in close collaboration with the respective regional and district level health management teams and C3HP supported facilities
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Lead and oversee planning, implementation and M&E of PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV
services under the C3HP Program, in her/his respective region.
2. Provide oversight and lead the implementation of key PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV program initiatives to address program, donor and national priorities – Option B+, Index HIV testing, male involvement, Infant Virologic testing, PrEP for discordant couple and Pediatric HIV case identification, ARV optimization & HVL suppression – in line with Tanzania national guidelines.
3. Actively participate in and provide technical assistance (TA) to Regional & Council Health Management Teams (R/CHMT), supported health facilities and community structures in planning and implementation of PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV programs and services.
4. Conduct regular need assessment, on PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV services provision in her/his region and organize efforts to address these needs -; including areas of capacity building and health system strengthening – in collaboration with the R/CHMT.
5. Oversee and ensure efficient management of regional PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV
project expenditure and other resources as per approved work-plan and budget
6. Ensure timely collection and submission of PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV services data as well as support strengthening of the related M&E systems – in collaboration with the M&E team.
7. Lead efforts to robustly analyse and utilize PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV services data to inform regional plans, priorities and resource allocation.
8. Lead efforts to identify gaps in PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV services provision, design and implement Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) initiatives to address the gaps identified.
9. Organize and support routine meetings with key project stakeholders to share, monitor and evaluate program progress towards assigned targets.
10. Prepare timely quarterly and annual narrative reports, best practices, lessons learned and other relevant documents on PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV services as assigned by line manager.
11. Support and advise the line manager on all PMTCT/EID and Pediatric HIV services issues and perform other relevant duties as assigned by the line manager.
Requirements: Education, Work experience and Skills:
1. Medical degree (MD or equivalent) or Nursing Degree or Advance Diploma in Medicine.
2. Master’s degree Public Health or related discipline preferred.
3. Minimum 5 years’ work experience in facility-based HIV services including 3 years’
experience with PMTCT or paediatric HIV program planning and implementation at the
regional level.
4. Working knowledge of PEPFAR-funded HIV programs.
5. Experience in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), Data Analysis, Interpretation, Utilization, CQI and Operational research in the PMTCT/EID and Ped HIV.
6. Ability to work and deliver under pressure and tight deadlines with minimum supervision.
7. Excellent communication (both verbal and written) and presentation skills.
8. Fluency in both written and spoken English and Swahili Languages.
9. Strong computer skills (MS Excel, Access, Word, and PowerPoint).
10. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and strong problem-solving skills.
11. Ability to travel to implementation regions a minimum of 80% of time

9. POSITION TITLE: Advisor – HTS & HIV Prevention Service Delivery (6 Posts)

LOCATION: Iringa, Lindi, Morogoro, Mtwara, Njombe and Ruvuma
REPORTS TO: Senior Advisor Quality Service Delivery
Position Summary: The Advisor –HTS & Facility HIV Prevention Service Delivery is a self- motivated individual who will be responsible for providing overall technical leadership and oversight of HTS & Facility HIV Prevention services interventions at regional, district and facility site level. This includes; keeping abreast with key advances/priorities in the area of HTS & Facility HIV Prevention services implementation; translating into practice, key program, national and global priorities; as well as working with and providing substantive and technical direction and assistance to other regional staff at supported region. She/he will work in close collaboration with the respective regional and district level health management teams and C3HP supported facilities.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Lead and oversee planning, implementation and M&E of HTS and HIV Prevention services under the C3HP Program, in her/his respective region.
2. Provide oversight and lead the implementation of key HTS and HIV Prevention program initiatives to address program, donor and national priorities – such as accelerating index testing, focused PITC, linkage case management, PrEP services – in line with Tanzania national guidelines.
3. Actively participate in and provide technical assistance (TA) to Regional & Council Health Management Teams (R/CHMT), supported health facilities and community structures in planning and implementation of HTS and HIV Prevention programs and services.
4. Conduct regular need assessment, on HTS and HIV Prevention services provision in her/his region and organize efforts to address these needs -; including areas of capacity building and health system strengthening – in collaboration with the R/CHMT.
5. Oversee and ensure efficient management of regional HTS and HIV Prevention project expenditure and other resources as per approved work-plan and budget.
6. Ensure timely collection and submission of HTS and HIV Prevention services data as well as support strengthening of the related M&E systems – in collaboration with the M&E team.
7. Lead efforts to robustly analyse and utilize HTS and HIV Prevention services data to inform regional plans, priorities and resource allocation.
8. Lead efforts to identify gaps in HTS and HIV Prevention services provision, design and implement Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) initiatives to address the gaps identified.
9. Organize and support routine meetings with key project stakeholders to share, monitor
and evaluate program progress towards assigned targets.
10. Prepare timely quarterly and annual narrative reports, best practices, lessons learned and other relevant documents on HTS and HIV Prevention services as assigned by line manager.
11. Support and advise the line manager on all HTS and HIV Prevention services issues and perform other relevant duties as assigned by the line manager.
Requirements: Education, Work experience and Skills:
1. Medical degree (MD or equivalent) or Advance Diploma in Medicine or Degree in
Nursing.
2. Master’s degree Public Health or related discipline preferred.
3. Minimum5 years’ work experience in facility-based HIV services including 3 years’ experience with HIV testing services and/or prevention program planning and implementation at the regional level.
4. Working knowledge with PEPFAR-funded HIV programs.
5. Experience in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), Data Analysis, Interpretation, Utilization, CQI and Operational research in the HTS and Prevention services.
6. Ability to work and deliver under pressure and tight deadlines with minimum supervision.
7. Excellent communication (both verbal and written) and presentation skills.
8. Fluency in both written and spoken English and Swahili Languages.
9. Strong computer skills (MS Excel, Access, Word, and PowerPoint).
10. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and strong problem-solving skills.
11. Ability to travel to implementation regions a minimum of 80% of time.
10. POSITION TITLE: Advisor – ART Retention and Community Based Health Service
Delivery (6 Posts)

LOCATION: Iringa, Lindi, Morogoro, Mtwara, Njombe and Ruvuma
REPORTS TO: Senior Advisor Quality Service Delivery
Position Summary: The Advisor- ART Retention and Community Based Health Service Delivery is a selfmotivated individual who will be responsible for providing overall technical leadership and oversight of ART Retention and Community based health services interventions and services at regional, district and facility site level. This includes; keeping abreast with key advances/priorities in the area of ART Retention and Community based health services implementation; translating into practice, key program, national and global priorities; as well as working with and providing substantive and technical direction and assistance to other regional staff at supported region. She/he will work in close collaboration with the respective regional and district level health management teams and
C3HP supported facilities.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Lead and oversee planning, implementation and M&E of ART Retention and Community
Based Health Service under the C3HP Program, in her/his respective region.
2. Provide oversight and lead the implementation of key ART Retention and Community Based Health Service program initiatives to address program, donor and national priorities – such as accelerating various ART retention initiatives including Community ART services – in line with Tanzania national guidelines.
3. Actively participate in and provide technical assistance (TA) to Regional & Council Health Management Teams (R/CHMT), supported health facilities and community structures in planning and implementation of ART Retention and Community Based Health programs and services.
4. Conduct regular need assessment, on ART Retention and Community Based Health Services provision in her/his region and organize efforts to address these needs -; including areas of capacity building and health system strengthening – in collaboration with the R/CHMT.
5. Oversee and ensure efficient management of regional ART Retention and Community Health Service project expenditure and other resources as per approved work-plan and budget.
6. Ensure timely collection and submission of ART Retention and Community Based Health Service data as well as support strengthening of the related M&E systems – in collaboration with the M&E team.
7. Lead efforts to robustly analyse and utilize ART Retention and Community Based Health
Service data to inform regional plans, priorities and resource allocation.
8. Lead efforts to identify gaps in ART Retention and Community Based Health Service provision, design and implement Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) initiatives to address the gaps identified.
9. Engage and facilitate strategic collaboration with key technical and communitybased stakeholders, in improving ART Retention and overall provision of Community health services including community leaders.
10. Organize and support routine meetings with key project stakeholders to share, monitor and evaluate program progress towards assigned targets.
11. Prepare timely quarterly and annual narrative reports, best practices, lessons learned and other relevant documents on ART Retention and Community Based Health services as assigned by line manager.
12. Support and advise the line manager on all ART Retention and Community Based Health
Service issues and perform other relevant duties as assigned by the line manager.
Requirements: Education, Work experience and Skills:
1. Bachelor Degree in Social Sciences or Medical degree (MD) or Advance Diploma in
Medicine or Nursing Degree.
2. Master’s degree Public Health or related discipline preferred.
3. Minimum 5 years’ work experience in facility-based HIV services including 3 years’
experience in ART Retention and/or Community health program planning and implementation at the regional level.
4. Working knowledge of PEPFAR-funded HIV programs.
5. Experience in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), Data Analysis, Interpretation, Utilization, CQI and Operational research in the HIV ART Continuity and Community health services delivery.
6. Ability to work and deliver under pressure and tight deadlines with minimum supervision.
7. Excellent communication (both verbal and written) and presentation skills.
8. Fluency in both written and spoken English and Swahili Languages.
9. Strong computer skills (MS Excel, Access, Word, and PowerPoint).
10. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and strong problem-solving skills.
11. Ability to travel to implementation regions a minimum of 80% of time
11. POSITION TITLE: Advisor – Pharmaceutical Support and Supply Chain (6 Posts)
LOCATION: Iringa, Lindi, Morogoro, Mtwara, Njombe and Ruvuma
REPORTS TO: Senior Advisor Quality Service Delivery
Position Summary: The Advisor-Pharmaceutical Support and Supply Chain is a self- motivated individual who will be responsible for providing oversight and technical leadership for pharmaceutical support and supply chain services for C3HP at the regional/district and all supported facilities. S/he main objective is to guarantee the technical performance of the C3HP pharmaceutical support and supply chain services and ensuring uninterrupted availability of health commodities in the respective region. She/he will be working with and providing substantive and technical direction and assistance to other regional staff at supported region and will work in close collaboration with the respective regional and district level health management teams and C3HP supported facilities.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Responsible for ensuring that C3HP respective region meets national standard for health commodities supply chain management by: o Conduct regular need assessment on pharmaceutical and supply chain service provision and and organize efforts to address these needs -; including areas of capacity building and health system strengthening – in collaboration with the R/CHMT. o Ensuring all supported facilities have all required LMIS tools for health commodities record keeping and reporting. o Ensuring supply chain data reported in eLMIS and Pharmacy Module Database/CTC3 Macro by supported facilities are
of high quality. o Working with R/CHMT to track and report regional performance on the national supply chain key performance indicators and conduct quarterly supply chain DQA to all supported facilities.
2. Ensures uninterrupted supply in HIV/TB and related commodities at all C3HP – supported sites by: o Annual forecasting of needs in HIV/TB and related commodities including lab
supplies for each single site/district during planning. o Ensuring that each single site/district has appropriate buffer stock off all HIV/TB and related commodities including lab reagents and consumables and o In collaboration with R/CHMT, he/she will support redistribution of health commodities to ensure continuum of care and avoid wastage/pileups. o Providing technical assistance to Regional/district pharmacists in reporting and ordering of ARVs, TB medicines and related commodities from the MSD. o Ensuring that technical procedures for procurement, distribution and dispensation are respected at all sites according to the standard operating procedures. o Keep track of drug flow between stores and C3HP supported sites and continuously update and educate site staff on developments and issues related to new drug formulations, national and zonal ARV and OI drugs stocks update. o Provide TA to C3HP supported facilities to maintain the inventory of medicines and laboratory supplies and they submit their Report and Request forms to MSD timely for resupply of health commodities. o Make sure that all dispensing rooms at all supported facilities have the necessary infrastructure and are able to function efficiently. o Assist R/CHMTs members to conduct medicine audit to increase accountability on health commodities and proper documentation.
3. Support implementation of IMPACT teams’ activities in the respective regions.
4. Oversee and ensure efficient management of regional project expenditure and other resources as per approved work-plan and budget.
5. Ensure timely collection and submission of Supply Chain data services data as well as support strengthening of the related M&E systems – in collaboration with the M&E team.
6. Lead efforts to robustly analyse and utilize supply chain data services data to inform regional plans, priorities and resource allocation.
7. Lead efforts to identify gaps in pharmaceutical and supply chain services provision, design and implement Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) initiatives to address the gaps identified.
8. Preparing quarterly and annual narrative reports to be submitted to key stakeholders.
9. Support and advise the line manager on all Pharmaceutical and supply chain issues and perform other relevant duties as assigned by the line manager.
Requirements: Education, Work experience and Skills:
1. Degree in Pharmacy or its equivalent.
2. Minimum 5 years’ work experience in public health program including 3 years’ experience
in the relevant field at regional level.
3. Work experience in PEPFAR-funded HIV programs.
4. Experience in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), Data Analysis, Interpretation, Utilization, CQI and Operational research in the pharmaceutical and supply chain program.
5. Ability to work and deliver under pressure and tight deadlines with minimum supervision.
6. Excellent communication (both verbal and written) and presentation skills.
7. Fluency in both written and spoken English and Swahili Languages.
8. Strong computer skills (MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint).
9. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and strong problem-solving skills.
10. Ability to travel to implementation districts a minimum of 80% of time

12. POSITION TITLE: Advisor –Laboratory Services (6 Posts)

LOCATION: Iringa, Lindi, Morogoro, Mtwara, Njombe and Ruvuma
REPORTS TO: Senior Advisor Quality Service Delivery
Position Summary: The Advisor-Laboratory Services is a self-motivated individual who will be responsible for providing overall technical leadership and oversight of Laboratory services implementation at respective region. This includes; keeping abreast with key advances in the area of Laboratory support and standards for the HIV and TB programs; translating into practice, key program, national and global priorities of Laboratory services for the HIV and TB programs; as well as working with and providing substantive and technical direction and assistance to other regional staff at supported region. She/he will work in close collaboration with the respective regional and district level health management teams and C3HP supported facilities.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Provide oversight and lead implementation of HIV Viral load (HVL) Services by providing technical support focusing on sample collection, packaging, transportation, testing, and result reporting; o Ensure implementation of demand creation strategies for improved coverage of HVL services. o Oversee HVL testing laboratories, to ensure there is maintenance or improvement of the workflow for laboratory processes and improve TAT.
2. Strengthen Early Infant Diagnosis (EID) Service by providing technical support focusing on sample collection, packaging, transportation, testing, and result reporting.
3. Support scaled up use and maximum utilization of available point of care
(POC)/GeneXpert platforms in EID for improved turnaround time of test results.
4. Support TB Diagnosis Service by providing technical support focusing on sample collection, packaging, transportation, testing, and result reporting; o Ensure maximum utilization of available GeneXpert for TB diagnosis o Strengthen integration of TB diagnostic samples transportation into the sample referral system
5. Collaborate with R/CHMTs and other stakeholders to expand and strengthen EQA services especially for HIV rapid test.
6. Coordinate with R/CHMTs to strengthen the laboratory sample referral system, and work with Couriers to facilitate sample transportation from lower sites to facilities with testing capacity, and results back to respective sites. o Ensure maximum utilization of electronic sample referral system for improved turnaround time of test results.
7. Collaborate with stakeholders to improve quality of HIV testing, by supporting the
national certification program for non-laboratory HIV testers and HIV testing points, through provision of technical assistance and mentorship to participating facilities.
8. Responsible for ensuring supported sites meet national standard for laboratory practice required to support all project activities, including assessing site needs, identifying areas for quality improvement and capacity building of laboratory personnel through training and mentorship.
9. Support implementation of laboratory continuous quality improvement and quality management systems to ensure good quality clinical laboratory testing in C3HP supported
sites.
10. Oversee and ensure efficient management of regional project expenditure and other resources as per approved work-plan and budget.
11. Ensure timely collection and submission of Laboratory services data as well as support strengthening of the related M&E systems – in collaboration with the M&E team.
12. Lead efforts to robustly analyse and utilize laboratory services data including HVL data to inform regional plans, priorities and resource allocation.
13. Lead efforts to identify gaps in laboratory services provision, design and implement
Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) initiatives to address the gaps identified.
14. Prepare timely quarterly and annual narrative reports, best practices, lessons learned and other relevant documents on laboratory services as assigned by line manager.
15. Support and advise the line manager on all Laboratory services issues and perform other relevant duties as assigned by the line manager.
Requirements: Education, Work experience and Skills:
1. Degree in Laboratory Science/Biomedical Laboratory Sciences or Diploma in Medical
Laboratory Science.
2. Minimum 5 years’ work experience in public health program including 3 years’ technical
expertise in Laboratory Services for HIV and TB programs.
3. Work experience in PEPFAR-funded HIV programs.
4. Experience in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), Data Analysis, Interpretation, Utilization, CQI and Operational research in the Laboratory services for HIV and TB program.
5. Ability to work and deliver under pressure and tight deadlines with minimum supervision.
6. Excellent communication (both verbal and written) and presentation skills.
7. Fluency in both written and spoken English and Swahili Languages.
8. Strong computer skills (MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint).
9. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and strong problem-solving skills.
10. Ability to travel to implementation districts a minimum of 80% of time
 
13. POSITION TITLE: PMTCT/EID/Paediatric HIV Officer (4 Posts)
LOCATION: Iringa, Morogoro, Njombe and Ruvuma Regions
REPORTS TO: PMTCT/EID/Paediatric HIV Advisor
Position Summary: The PMTCT/EID/Pediatric HIV Officer works with and supports the PMTCT/EID/Paediatric HIV Advisor to ensure efficient implementation, M&E and reporting of PMTCT and EID services in her/his respective region, including Pediatric, adolescent and youth HIV prevention, testing, care and Anti-Retroviral Treatment services. She/he is responsible for the field implementation, coordination and reporting of all PMTCT/EID/Paediatric HIV initiatives in her/his respective region under the guidance of the PMTCT/EID/Paediatric HIV Advisor in collaboration with Senior Advisor Quality Services Delivery, other project staff and R/CHMTs and supported facilities.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Support the PMTCT/EID/Paediatric HIV Advisor in implementation, M&E and reporting of
PMTCT/EID/Paediatric HIV services under the C3HP project, in line with project work-plan.
2. Support implementation of initiatives to address key program, donor and national priorities – such as Option B+, Index HIV testing, male involvement, Infant Virologic testing, PrEP for discordant couple and Pediatric HIV case identification, ARV optimization & HVL suppression -in line with national guidelines.
3. Provide TA to the R/CHMTs and supported facilities in planning, implementation, M&E
and reporting of PMTCT/EID/Paediatric HIV and related programs and services.
4. Support PMTCT/EID/Paediatric HIV Advisor to asses and implement initiatives to address skill and resource needs in PMTCT/EID/Paediatric HIV services through supportive supervision, mentorship, on-job training, CQI and other approaches in collaboration with R/CHMTs.
5. Support timely collection and submission of PMTCT/EID/Paediatric HIV data – as well as support strengthening of the related M&E systems – in collaboration with the M&E team.
6. To support the PMTCT/EID/Paediatric HIV Advisor in writing technical program documents including, reports, best practices, lessons learned and other relevant documents.
7. Support and advise PMTCT/EID/Paediatric HIV Advisor on all PMTCT/EID/Paediatric HIV
issues and perform other relevant duties as assigned by the line manager.
Requirements: Education, Work experience and Skills:
1. Doctor of Medicine degree/ Advance Diploma in Medicine or Degree/Diploma in Nursing.
2. Minimum 3 years’ work experience in public health program including 2 years’ experience
technical expertise in PMTCT/Ped HIV programs at regional level.
3. Work experience in PEPFAR-funded HIV programs.
4. Experience in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), Data Analysis, Interpretation, Utilization, CQI and Operational research in the PMTCT/Ped HIV program.
5. Ability to work and deliver under pressure and tight deadlines with minimum supervision.
6. Excellent communication (both verbal and written) and presentation skills.
7. Fluency in both written and spoken English and Swahili Languages.
8. Strong computer skills (MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint).
9. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and strong problem-solving skills.
10. Ability to travel to implementation districts a minimum of 80% of time
14. POSITION TITLE: HTS & HIV Prevention Service Delivery Officer (4 Posts)
LOCATION: Iringa, Morogoro, Njombe and Ruvuma Regions
REPORTS TO: HTS & HIV Prevention Service Delivery Advisor
Position Summary: The HTS & HIV Prevention Service Officer works with and supports the HTS & HIV Prevention Service Delivery Advisor to ensure efficient implementation, M&E and reporting of HIV testing and HIV prevention services in her/his respective region, including accelerating index testing, focused PITC, linkage case management, PrEP services. She/he is responsible for the field implementation, coordination and reporting of all HTS & HIV Prevention initiatives in her/his respective region under the guidance of the HTS & HIV
Prevention Service Delivery Advisor in collaboration with Senior Advisor Quality Services
Delivery, other project staff and R/CHMTs and supported facilities.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Support the HTS & HIV Prevention Service Delivery Advisor in implementation, M&E and reporting of HTS & HIV Prevention services under the C3HP project, in line with project work-plan.
2. Support implementation of initiatives to address key program, donor and national priorities – such as accelerating index testing, focused PITC, linkage case management, PrEP services -in line with national guidelines.
3. Provide TA to the R/CHMTs and supported facilities in planning, implementation, M&E
and reporting of HTS & HIV Prevention Services and related programs and services.
4. Support HTS & HIV Prevention Service Advisor to asses and implement initiatives to address skill and resource needs in HTS & HIV Prevention services through supportive supervision, mentorship, on-job training, CQI and other approaches in collaboration with R/CHMTs.
5. Support timely collection and submission of HTS & HIV Prevention Services data – as well as support strengthening of the related M&E systems – in collaboration with the M&E team.
6. Support the HTS & HIV Prevention Service Delivery Advisor in writing technical program documents including, reports, best practices, lessons learned and other relevant documents.
7. Support and advise HTS & HIV Prevention Service Delivery Advisor on all HTS & HIV Prevention Services issues and perform other relevant duties as assigned by the line manager.
Requirements: Education, Work experience and Skills:
1. Doctor of Medicine degree/ Advance Diploma in Medicine or Degree in Nursing.
2. Minimum 3 years’ work experience in public health program including 2 years’ experience
technical expertise in HTS & HIV Prevention program at regional level
3. Work experience in PEPFAR-funded HIV programs.
4. Experience in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), Data Analysis, Interpretation, Utilization, CQI and Operational research in the HTS & HIV Prevention program.
5. Ability to work and deliver under pressure and tight deadlines with minimum supervision.
6. Excellent communication (both verbal and written) and presentation skills.
7. Fluency in both written and spoken English and Swahili Languages.
8. Strong computer skills (MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint).
9. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and strong problem-solving skills.
10. Ability to travel to implementation districts a minimum of 80% of time
15. POSITION TITLE: Advisor – ART Retention and Community Based Health Service
Delivery (6 Posts)

LOCATION: Iringa, Lindi, Morogoro, Mtwara, Njombe and Ruvuma
REPORTS TO: Senior Advisor Quality Service Delivery
Position Summary: The Advisor- ART Retention and Community Based Health Service Delivery is a selfmotivated individual who will be responsible for providing overall technical leadership and oversight of ART Retention and Community based health services interventions and services at regional, district and facility site level. This includes; keeping abreast with key advances/priorities in the area of ART Retention and Community based health services implementation; translating into practice, key program, national and global priorities; as well as working with and providing substantive and technical direction and assistance to other regional staff at supported region. She/he will work in close collaboration with the respective regional and district level health management teams and C3HP supported facilities.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Lead and oversee planning, implementation and M&E of ART Retention and Community
Based Health Service under the C3HP Program, in her/his respective region.
2. Provide oversight and lead the implementation of key ART Retention and Community Based Health Service program initiatives to address program, donor and national priorities – such as accelerating various ART retention initiatives including Community ART services – in line with Tanzania national guidelines.
3. Actively participate in and provide technical assistance (TA) to Regional & Council Health Management Teams (R/CHMT), supported health facilities and community structures in planning and implementation of ART Retention and Community Based Health programs and services.
4. Conduct regular need assessment, on ART Retention and Community Based Health Services provision in her/his region and organize efforts to address these needs -; including areas of capacity building and health system strengthening – in collaboration with the R/CHMT.
5. Oversee and ensure efficient management of regional ART Retention and Community Health Service project expenditure and other resources as per approved work-plan and budget.
6. Ensure timely collection and submission of ART Retention and Community Based Health Service data as well as support strengthening of the related M&E systems – in collaboration with the M&E team.
7. Lead efforts to robustly analyse and utilize ART Retention and Community Based Health
Service data to inform regional plans, priorities and resource allocation.
8. Lead efforts to identify gaps in ART Retention and Community Based Health Service provision, design and implement Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) initiatives to address the gaps identified.
9. Engage and facilitate strategic collaboration with key technical and communitybased stakeholders, in improving ART Retention and overall provision of Community health services including community leaders.
10. Organize and support routine meetings with key project stakeholders to share, monitor and evaluate program progress towards assigned targets.
11. Prepare timely quarterly and annual narrative reports, best practices, lessons learned
and other relevant documents on ART Retention and Community Based Health services as
assigned by line manager.
12. Support and advise the line manager on all ART Retention and Community Based Health
Service issues and perform other relevant duties as assigned by the line manager.
Requirements: Education, Work experience and Skills:
1. Bachelor Degree in Social Sciences or Medical degree (MD) or Advance Diploma in
Medicine or Nursing Degree.
2. Master’s degree Public Health or related discipline preferred.
3. Minimum 5 years’ work experience in facility-based HIV services including 3 years’ experience in ART Retention and/or Community health program planning and implementation at the regional level.
4. Working knowledge of PEPFAR-funded HIV programs.
5. Experience in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), Data Analysis, Interpretation, Utilization, CQI and Operational research in the HIV ART Continuity and Community health services delivery.
6. Ability to work and deliver under pressure and tight deadlines with minimum supervision.
7. Excellent communication (both verbal and written) and presentation skills.
8. Fluency in both written and spoken English and Swahili Languages.
9. Strong computer skills (MS Excel, Access, Word, and PowerPoint).
10. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and strong problem-solving skills.
11. Ability to travel to implementation regions a minimum of 80% of time

HOW TO APPLY:

Interested candidates for any of the above position should submit an application letter, a detailed copy of their CV, names and contact information (email addresses and telephone numbers) of three work related referees. The candidate MUST clearly indicate the Title of the position applied for (as it appears in the advertisement) on the heading of the email. Applications should be submitted to the Human Resource Director through
email [email protected] by 8th December 2021. MDH DO NOT have any agents and DO NOT charge any fees to the interested candidates. Kindly note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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