- Post Date:January 21, 2022
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- Career Level OfficerQualification DegreeExperience 3-5 Years
- Industry Health Care
Reports: Program Manager
Jointed Hands Welfare Organisation (JHWO) is a local NGO that envisions a harm and disease-free society. JHWO implements multiple interventions across the country under the four strategic pillars namely, Health, Orphans and Vulnerable Children Adolescents and Youth, Economic Strengthening and Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, Research and Learning.
Under the Health pillar, JHWO is implementing a Pathways project in Gweru and Nkayi whose goal is to enhance the resilience of Orphans and Vulnerable Children and their caregivers towards getting to zero new HIV infections in Zimbabwe by 2022. In Kwekwe, the organisation aims to find, test, and treat at least 1000 missed HIV infected children through a community and household case management approach. The Kunda-Nqob’iTB (KN-TB) meaning the fight against TB initiative, is a 5-year USAID support to the TB Local Organization Network program in Zimbabwe, JHWO being one of the four partners that covers 8 districts across the country and soon increasing to 14. To complement the government in its quest for health for all, JHWO has a clinic at Riverdale that offers primary health care and has a laboratory to ease pressure from surrounding diagnostic sites. The organisation is host to the Stop TB Partnership Zimbabwe platform, one of the many country-level Stop TB partnerships that was formed in partnership with the Ministry of Health and Child Care’s National TB Program with support from Stop TB Partnership Global. It is against the mandate of the health pillar that the organisation seeks a Medical Officer who is skilled, passionate, and committed to implement projects under this pillar. The position will be based in Gweru, but the incumbent should be prepared to travel to all implementing districts. The organisation is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate against gender, religion, race, creed, disability, culture, or sexual diversity and believes in safeguarding both employees and communities.
- The Medical Officer will be responsible for supervising and monitoring of project staff, overseeing the Riverdale Clinic as well as offering technical guidance on all health interventions in line with the organization’s vision, mission, goals, and objectives;
- The incumbent will support staff through self-knowledge, proposal writing, consultation of expertise and policies, represent JHWO at District, Provincial and National level meetings and establishing collaborations with MoHCC.
- Medicine and Surgery (MBChB) or (MBBS);
- Masters in Public Health & NGO experience will be an added advantage;
- Experience working within, leading and coordinating teams is essential;
- Progressive experience and knowledge of data collection, analysis, monitoring and evaluation;
- Mature, collaborative leader with excellent organizational skills – establish priorities and follow-up plans;
- Progressive management and leadership experience including people leadership, budgeting and budgetary control;
- Valid Medical Practicing Certificate;
- Strong command of English and local languages, both written and spoken;
- Essential computer literacy-MS package;
- Flexible with a good team working spirit.
- Strong proposal writing, Research and documentation skills is a must.
Send your certificates, CV, copy of licence and cover letter to [email protected] Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Please note that JHWO does not solicit any organization or individual to recruit on their behalf. No fee is charged throughout the recruitment, selection, and placement process; Canvassing will lead to disqualification of candidates.
Deadline: 23 January 2022