Aug 28, 2018
Health Services Manager Featured
Job Summary Through a grant from Unitaid, EGPAF has introduced innovative point-of-care (POC) early infant diagnosis (EID) in Swaziland. In support for the 90-90-90 care and treatment targets, this four-year project aims to increase pediatric HIV diagnosis, earlier initiation of infants on ART, increased pediatric ARV coverage, and improved survival of HIV-positive infants. Key duties and Responsibilities • Provides smite orientation/trainings for site staff on POC EID as per need • Contribute to the collection, analysis and use of project data for report generation, advocacy, and information sharing and program improvement • Work closely with M&E team to review data collections tools, project data and initiate improvement strategies through the QI approach • Monitor documentation on all POC ElD registers and tools in all supported facilities, and ensure timely reporting and ordering of supplies. • Work with HCWs at supported facilities to develop and implement strategies to improve POC HD service delivery, linking patients to the next point of care, patient tracking, patient management and patient initiation using the QI approach • Participate in data review meetings and conduct "action reviews" to consistently monitor the quality and appropriateness of technical assistance provided to HCWs • Contribute in the development of Unitaid POC E►D annual work plans and monitors implementation • Support project evaluation and operations research studies as appropriate • Work with HCWs in supported facilities to document and share successes and strategies in uptake of POC EID services • Verifies and synthesizes data coming from the supported facilities • Assists the M&E officer in training and mentoring data entry clerks and other personnel who are responsible for collecting POC EID data; • Supports the use of POC EID project M&E plans, systems and tools; • Support the development, adaptation and use of project tools and training materials/ curriculum • Participate during RHMT monthly meetings to share POC EID project performance Collaborate and liaise with the regional partners and ensure coordinated implementation of POC-EID activities. • Plan and conduct joint mentorship visits with regional partners to POC HD sites • Provide regular and routine site monitoring and mentorship to HCWs on POC EID • Develop and share routine reports on site monitoring and mentorship activities in the region Required Qualifications • A medical degree with at least three years' experience in HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment. • Public health experience in PMTCT and Pediatric AIDS will be an added advantage • Demonstrated ability to manage. design, implement and evaluate HIV prevention and treatment programs • Excellent interpersonal, facilitation and team building skills • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision • Excellent analytical, written and oral communication skills • Experience in Microsoft office packages and PowerPoint. If you are interested in any of these positions, please send by e-mail or hand deliver a Cover Letter, a detailed current Curriculum Vitae and certified copies of academic qualifications, clearly stating the position you are applying for, to: The Human Resources Manager Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation MVA Office Park, Mbhitibhi Street, Mbabane P.O. Box A507 Swazi Plaza Mbabane Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date for applications is 2pm Friday 9 August, 2018. Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.
Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation Full time