QUALIFICATINS AND EXPERIENCE
Minimum Required Qualifications and Experience:
- Master’s in Public Health with
- Training in Project Management will be an added advantage
- Training in HIV/OI Management in a requirement
Desirable Qualifications and Experience:
TECHNICAL AND BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES
- 3 years’ experience in managing a project, District or Provincial Health Office
- Strong knowledge of HIV/AIDS policy, strategy and programmes
- Experience in Training / facilitation or mentorship programs
KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS
- Computer literate
- Knowledgeable in Microsoft Office
- Good communication skills
- Good interpersonal skills
- Project Management skills
- Provide general administration, and overall programmatic technical support through; budgeting/planning, monitoring and reporting.
- Track Performance of direct report staff and provide assessment reviews.
- Brief and communicate programmatic performance to EQUIP Zambia management in consultation with the Head of Technical Programs
- Work closely with MoH and Provincial personnel and other stakeholders e.g. laboratory services, pharmacy to develop and implement strategies to strengthen the program management
- Ensure adherence of USAID/GRZ internal controls/following SOPs & ensure that all administration in the department is coordinated and according to internal standards
- Performing tasks accurately, completely and effectively in line with management expectations and department performance standards.
About the Organization
Right to Care (RTC) is a non-profit company with a vision that all HIV-positive patients receive high quality treatment, care and support, improving their quality of life and productivity in South Africa and other African Countries.
The EQUIP Consortium is led by Right to Care (RTC) in collaboration with four other Africa based Partners. The EQUIP Consortium provides countries with innovative and customized solutions that increase HIV testing and linkage to care, widens the coverage of ART, expands capacity for viral load monitoring and improves retention of patients on ART. With the support of USAID, EQUIP is designed to provide rapid responses to the needs of high-priority PEPFAR countries.