DUE : 02 OCT 2022
The District Manager (DM) is responsible and accountable for implementing and monitoring the OPHID program activities at district level. The District Manager will supervise and work with district level staff and will be responsible for all technical aspects of the program, operational support, and coordination/networking, in line with organizational and national guidelines and targets. The incumbent will report to the Provincial Program Manager at the Provincial Office.
Coordinate implementation of district HIV program activities (facility and community)
Manage district program resources for the organization i.e. prepare the district annual budget and workplan in consultation with provincial program management team
Oversee the use of organizational resources in line with OPHID’s policies, the grant agreement, and in compliance with the USAID rules and regulations as applicable
Manage the performance of all district level staff within the program and ensure that deliverables and outputs are met consistently
Manage data driven site identification for HRH placement, and the recruitment, orientation, deployment, and performance management of all HRH resources (HSQO, CHNS, DA, Practice Mentors, DEC, CRF,COA, COAC etc)
Support the district and health facilities in implementing key HIV prevention activities (including PMTCT)
Support the district and health facilities in enrolling PLHIV onto lifelong ART
Support the district and health facilities in retaining patients in lifelong ART care
Support the district and health facilities in TB and TB/HIV management
Support the district and health facilities in cervical cancer screening and treatment
Support the District Strategic Information and Evaluation (SIE) teams in the implementation of all SIE activities within the districts
Degree in health or social sciences or related qualifications or Diploma in Nursing with significant management experience
A qualification in project management, administration, business management, health services management or similar will be required
A qualification in monitoring and evaluation, data management or similar will be an added advantage
Completed course in Advanced HIV and AIDS Managed will be an added advantage
At least 3 years’ experience in clinical management of HIV and TB/HIV at public health facility level
At least 5 years’ experience in HIV and TB/HIV programs management at district level within MOHCC or the NGO technical assistance environment
Demonstrable technical and clinical knowledge in Adult and Pediatric HIV Care and Treatment, including Cervical Cancer Screening, Mental Health, DREAMS and Quality Improvement
Familiarity with MOHCC guidelines for COVID-19, HIV Prevention Care and Treatment, Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment and Tuberculosis is required
Proficiency in MS Office suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook), and online collaboration technologies.
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