Two (2) x Zvandiri Mentor Nurse
- Post Date:May 31, 2021
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- Career Level OtherQualification DiplomaExperience 3-5 Years
- Industry Health Care
Location: Tsholotsho and Harare
Africaid is a community organisation which through its Zvandiri programme, integrates community prevention, treatment, care and support for children, adolescents and young people living with HIV. Works with the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC) and National AIDS Council in implementing these interventions with funding from USAID, Zim-TTECH, UNICEF, ELMA, READY+, Maruva Trust and ZACH.
The Zvandiri Mentor Nurse’s role is a key position with very huge demands at any given time hence the person should be a team player who achieves balance in their life and grow the enthusiasm of fellow employees for the global achievement of the organisational set goals and objectives.
The Zvandiri Mentor Nurse will be working under the direct supervision of the Regional Coordinator responsible for coordinating the scale up of Africaid’s Zvandiri model and Community Adolescent Treatment Supporters (CATS) services through technical capacity building of MoHCC service providers and support and mentorship of CATS in a specific district. This role will include amongst other things, provision of clinical support services, coordination of Africaid’s project activities in the districts, in accordance with the approved project work plans ensuring timeous delivery of the project to the required quality standards. Also ensure that all beneficiaries receive the appropriate differentiated care, based on the CATS Zvandiri Intervention Model
The Zvandiri Mentor Nurse must have:
- A national diploma in general nursing;
- Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences a plus,
- At least three years’ experience in community development and/or mobilisation;
- Experience working with children and adolescents essential;
- Comprehensive understanding of Africaid’s Zvandiri Model desirable;
- Demonstrated experience in adolescent HIV/ART programming, including community, peer-led interventions;
- Fluency in English, Shona/ Ndebele a requirement;
- Knowledge of and familiarity with the Ministry of Health and Child Care Systems.
To apply for this position please send a 2 pager CV and letter of motivation stating preferred district to [email protected]
Africaid is an equal opportunities employer
Deadline: 1 June 2021