Community TB Care Officer – Global Fund Project- National AIDS Council Station: Head Office
Reports to: Operations Director
- Develop and implement a Community HIV/TB care Strategy
- mobilize and sensitize communities on TB detection, treatment adherence and access to quality patient centred services
- Develop effective initiatives to capacity build people affected by TB with the aim to achieve zero stigma for both TB and HIV.
- train large gatherings of people on TB Infection Control interventions
- Demonstrate experience in working with Civil Society Organizations a must.
- prepare budget forecasts, raise budget requests and be accountable for the fund disbursements
- produce training guidelines for community TB care
- participate in the monitoring and evaluation of community TB care program activities
- Compile monthly, quarterly and annual programme reports.
- participate in resource mobilization and fundraising initiatives
- Document community TB good practices and stories of change
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
- Degree in Nursing, Public Health, Community Development
- Post qualification in Project Management is an added advantage.
- Three (3) years or more proven experience in implementing TB/HIV and community development work.
- Demonstrable commitment to working with People Living with HIV.
- Experience in project planning and management, monitoring and evaluating, HIV and Community development work.
- Excellent computer skills.
- Be in possession of a clean class 4 drivers’ licence.
Applicants should submit certified copies of birth certificate, ID, educational qualifications, driver’s license and a recent copy of their CV stating the current salary.
Applicants that do not comply with the above will not be considered and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Applications should be submitted by 15 December 2017 and addressed to:
The Human Resources Director, National AIDS Council, P O Box MP1311, Mt Pleasant, Harare.
Or submit applications by hand to:
The Human Resources Director, National AIDS Council, 100 Central Avenue, Harare.