Thursday, September 6, 2018

25 Jobs at Amref Health Africa - Tanzania, September 2018

  Kijiwe Cha Wasomi       Thursday, September 6, 2018
25 Jobs at Amref Health Africa - Tanzania, September 2018
Job Description
Amref Health Africa – EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Amref Health Africa is a non-profit public health organization supporting the Government of Tanzania to address public health issues including maternal and child health, HIV, TB. Malaria and Nutrition in Tanzania since 1987. Amref Health Africa is teaming up with University of Maryland in Baltimore (UMB) to complement each other’s extensive expertise to execute a robust HIV care and treatment clinical cascade Project aiming to accelerate the achievement of the current 95-95-95 goals for HIV epidemic control in Tanzania. 

The Project which is funded by The U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through CDC Tanzania. branded as Afya Kamilifu Project will be implemented in Tanga region and Zanzibar Islands in collaboration and guidance from the Tanzania Ministry of Health. Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children.
Zanzibar Ministry of health and President’s Office Regions Authority and Local Government (PORALG). With this Amref Health Africa Tanzania is announcing the following positions to be filled for this Project

Position: Associate Director- Strategic Information (1)
Location: Amref Country Office Dar es Salaam, with frequent travels to Tanga and Zanzibar
Reports to: Project Director (PD)
Job Summary
The Associate Director – SI is responsible for the leadership, coordination and management of the all Afya Kamilifu Projects M&E initiatives as well as providing technical assistance to the Afya Kamilifu M&E teams in Tanga and Zanzibar regions. The M&E specialist main objective is to guarantee the technical performance of the Amref s Afya Kamilifu Project in achieving the outcome of strategy 3 as well as oversight in the implementation of the EPMP of the Afya Kamilifu Project.
Essential duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

S/he will be responsible for the design and implementation of the Learning Agenda system that will measure the extent to which implementation approaches achieve all results through developing monitoring, evaluation and reporting (MER] systems that include appropriate indicators, baseline data, targets and a plan to evaluate performance, and produce timely accurate and complete reporting.
Developing a strong monitoring and evaluation plan consistent with the donor’s results framework, coordinate the collection of data including conducting field visits for data validation. monitor the quality and completeness of data sets, contribute to the development ofthe program and document Project performance against established outputs and indicators.

Responsible for building the capacity of the regional M&E officers, data officers and other program staff in the collection, utilization, and dissemination of data as well as ensuring that all monitoring and data collection activities are harmonized and information is shared.
Design innovative and creative methods to capture, document. and report results required by the donor, while strengthening and using relevant national and district level reporting systems.
Oversee, implement and monitor all monitoring and evaluation activities for the program.
Develop a robust M&E approach that can track the immediate and intermediate effects of program activities, including changes in knowledge. attitudes, responsiveness, data use and technical assistance demand.


Support the organization Monitoring. Evaluation and Learning (ME&L) Design and implement an M&E system that is capable of tracking and documenting the targets set for health, the level of effort expended and yearly outputs and progress for the activities.
Work with the Project Director to establish networks for collaboration between CDC. other stake holders and donors. academia, research institutes, and other CDC funded programs to identify key performance priorities in Tanzania and to utilize existing datafinformation to plan, monitor, and evaluate programs.

Provide inputs to the technical team to assist in developing program goals and objectives as well as MER tools and strategies and provide monitoring data to strategically inform the decisions on
Project performance and future direction to the Project.
Provide regular reports on the status of implementation against the Project goals and objectives to the
Project Director, CDC and other program managers as required.

Collaborate with the Project team in identifying Project activities, processes andror outcomes that are worthy ofdocumentation, and design a system for capturing lessons learned and best practices in collaboration with the Data quality technical advisor. the M&E specialist is responsible for the timely submission of high quality quarterly, semi-annual and annual progress reports to Project Director
The responsible for the timely submission of reports on activities performed, or any other report, as required.
Represent Amref Health Africa at M&E meetings at NACP and CDC inform the Project Director
Carry out any other responsibilities as assigned by line manager or other senior Amref Health Africa management team.

Qualifications:
Masters degree in Public Health,’ Economics; Biostatics: Epidemiology or related field
Experience working as M&E lead in HIV clinical service program
Experience working as M&E in PEPFAR funded HIV program
Demonstrating a professional and analytical approach of monitoring. evaluation and strategic information

Project planning and management knowledge
5 years working experience in Monitoring and Evaluation
Proven skills in Proposal Writing, Report writing. Planning and organizing
Knowledge and skills in various statistical data packages including Epi info, Stata, etc is very essential
Computer literacy, with comfortable working experience with the basic Microsoft packages (Word. Excel & power point, and Access). interpersonalCommunication skills
Competent in English and Kiswahili language

Position: Data Quality Specialist (1)
Location: Amref Country Office Dar es Salaam, with frequent travels to Tanga and Zanzibar
Reports to: Associate Director-Strategic Information
The Data Quality specialist is responsible for the design and implementation of the program’s monitoring and evaluation system. S/he provides support to M&E department in developing the Afya Kamilifu monitoring and evaluation plan and internal systems to collect and analyze the data used to measure the program’s key performance indicators. S/he will be responsible for developing Project database to cover program’s data need. He/She will be required to travel in Tanga and Zanzibar on occasional bases to support partners in data management issues and perform a variety of technical and computer support functions

Duties:
work together with SI team and other program staff in Tanga and Zanzibar to:

Manage the Databases (DHIS2 and IQ tools) and any other databases
Design and manage the Project’s database that will be used to store, manage and analyze the performance indicators identified in the PMP.
Assists partners with set-up, testing, and implementation of data collection software
Develop, manage and implement the Project’s Data Management systems, including relevant performance indicators, baselines, and annual targets and ensures compliance to PEPFAR requirements.
Develops/adapts tools for data collection; designs and implements surveys and other data collection tasks.

Provides monitoring data regularly that strategically inform the decisions on Project performance and future direction to the Amref
Health Africa management team;
Troubleshoots data submission errors and data error issues
Provides on-going consultation and technical assistance to Partners regarding database administration
To ensure the data quality control through a data validation plan, data queries, programming consistency checks and data cleaning as well as through coding and harmonizing of information

Maintain and ensure proper functioning of all databases used by Afya kamilifu Project (IQ tool, LTF tracking, Pediatric testing tracking database, HBC, VCT, CTC2 database, HIT system, DHIS2 and Pharmacy Module)
Performs any other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Required educational qualification/ Experience

Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, IT, Health Informatics with good programming skills. Masters Degree in Data Management or Public
Health Informatics will be of added advantage. 
A minimum of three years’ experience at a similar position in HIV care and treatment program

Technical Skill Requirements
Strong knowledge of Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office and database management systems (SQL Server, access etc).
Knowledge of SQL for database development
Ability to troubleshoot hardware and software problems.
Ability to exercise independent judgment in correcting data errors or omissions
Considerable knowledge of data management policies and procedures

Personal Skill Requirements
Initiative, Self motivated, Flexibility, confidentiality, team player, creative and proactive mind in the implementation of new ideas
Ability to resolve problems and find best solutions in data management.
Ability to plan and prioritize own work.
Ability to adapt to changes in technology.
Ability to manage multiple Projects simultaneously with high degree of accuracy and attention to detail.
Excellent communication skills, both written and oral

Position: Laboratory Services Specialist (1)
Location: Amref Country office; Dar es Salaam with frequent travels to Tanga and Zanzibar
Reports to: Project Director
The focus of this role is to strengthen laboratory quality management systems and provide overall strategic laboratory services to improve quality of HIV diagnosis and viral load monitoring to attain the current 95 – 95-95 of the HIV clinical cascade.

Duties:
Responsible for supporting the MOHCDGEC and stakeholders through an evidence-based CQI approach to implement a comprehensive quality management system program.
Strengthen External Quality Assurance (EQA)r’PT programme for EID. HVL. HRT, TB and OI tests
Strengthen laboratory quality management systems for CQI in VL. laboratory sample transportationrresults transmission and other HIV related testing
Strengthen HVL. EID and laboratory specimen referral system

Support implementation of the laboratory quality management systems and SLMTA
Collaborate with the MOHCDGEC. PO-RALG, Rr’CHMTs and |Ps in PPCs in Project focus regions to increase coverage of laboratory participation into SLMTA and ensure graduation with at least 2 stars.
Expand the use of laboratory information systems to all supported laboratories
Prepare quarterly, semiannually and annually narrative reports to be submitted to key stakeholders.
Carry out any other responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.

Qualifications:
Laboratory scientistr technologists background, with Masters in public health
Proven critical analysis skills and report writing skills.
At least 5 years of“hands on experience” at a senior laboratory support position in HIV prevention , care and treatment program in resource limited country
Experience working in NGO which has active Laboratory programs
Good interpersonal and people management skills-a team player and builder.
Good command of English and Swahili language will be an added advantage.

Position: Community Linkages and Tracking Advisor (1)
Location: Amref Country Office; Dar es Salaam with frequent travels to Tanga and Zanzibar
Reports to: Clinical Services Specialist
The focus of community linkage and tracking is to strengthen referral and linkage from testing services to enrollment. retention in care and adherence to ART in the first 12 months.

Duties:
Responsible in strengthening linkage to HIV care through use of the expert patientsfpeer navigators to physically escort newly diagnosed PLHIV to the CTC.
Strengthen bidirectional referrals from community HIV testing services and follow up of partners of index clients at the facility.
Strengthen Linkage and retention of clients in treatment including identification and operationalization of community based ART delivery models that are flexible and responsive to the needs of PLHIV (using CHW and stable clients).

Support adherence and improve community support groups to support PLHlv’s adherence to ART and TB medication
Provide guidance on linkage of PLHIV to the economic strengthening and life skills training
Responsible with the implementation of community programs specifically on engagement of community health workers on tracing of defaulters to minimize the loss to follow up of pre-ART and ART clients through improving evidence linkages between health facilities and community.

Responsible with achievement of agreed targets and outputs of HIV care and support at community level
Collaborate with CHMTs to identify training needs for community health workers and organize basic and refresher trainings using currently recommended national curriculums
Carry out any other responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.

Qualification:
Medical or social science background, with Masters in public health
Proven critical analysis skills and report writing skills.
At least 5 years of“hands on experience” at a senior position in community based program in an NGO which is active in health development.
Good interpersonal and people management skills-a team player and builder.
Good command of English and Swahili language will be an added advantage.

Position: HIV Prevention and Testing Advisor (1)
Location: Amref Country Office Dar es Salaam, with frequent travels to Tanga and Zanzibar
Reports to: Clinical Services Specialist
The focus of this role is to strengthen strategic HIV prevention and identification of PLHIV. increase positivity and coverage to attain the first 95 of the HIV clinical cascade.

Duties:
Responsible for designing effective differentiated identification of PLHIV that aligns with the national standard for HIV testing.
Support provision of minimum package of prevention services including integration of GEIV, FP and CECAP services in all care and treatment facilities
Advise on the development of effective evidence-based differentiated testing models for identification of PLHIV targeting high risk sub-groups at facility level including older men, young adults, adolescent girls and young women, and Key and vulnerable population
Strengthen knowledge, skills and practices of HTS among HCWs working in TB, Sexual and Reproductive

Health Clinics. TB suspects, Clients with STI, children attending TEI clinics, malnutrition clinic, and those admitted in pediatric wards.
Facilitate STI screening and treatment in accordance with the national HlViAIDSiSTl guideline.
Responsible for integration of post-GBV and VAC services within the existing care and treatment seryices in all supported facilities include HIV Post

Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP), STI screening and treatment, basic psycho-social assessment and counseling, care and support, collection of forensic evidence, and referral to the police or legal systems and to other community services for GBV survivors
Strengthen cervical cancer screening among all PLHIV women in the supported facilities as per national guidelines
Prepare quarterly, semiannually and annually narrative reports to be submitted to key stakeholders.
Carry out any other responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.

Qualification:
Medical or social science background, with Masters in public health
Proven critical analysis skills and report writing skills.
At least 5 years of “hands on experience” at a senior position in HIV prevention , care and treatment program in resource limited country
Experience working in NGO which is active in health development.
Good interpersonal and people management skills-a team player and builder.
Good command of English and Swahili language will be an added advantage.

Position: Supply Chain Management Advisor (1)
Location: Amref Country Office Dar es Salaam, with frequent travels to Tanga and Zanzibar
Reports to: Clinical Service Specialist
The Supply Chain management Coordinator is a self-motivated individual who will provide oversight to Program activities with the different partners including the Project sites.

Duties:
The Supply chain management advisor is responsible for ensuring that Project supported sites meets national standard for ARV and related commodity supply chain management by:
Assisting pharmacies at Project supported sitesidistricts to meet national standards o
Ensuring that relevant staff at Project supported sitesidistricts are trained to provide high quality of services

Ensuring that validated drug management tools ( paper tool andlor software) are available and properly used at all Project-supported pharmacies o Designing improved supply chain systems, processes and procedures for Project sites in collaboration with Supply chain partners.
Identify training needs for sites, districts and regional pharmacists and supply chain officers and facilitate trainings on good practice in pharmaceutical and supply chains management for Project and site staff;
Collaborate with National, regional and district level pharmaceutical personnel to develop a mentorship program for site level pharmacists.

Ensures uninterrupted supply in HIV-related commodities at all Project-supported sites by
Annual forecasting and budgeting of needs in HIV-related commodities including lab commodities for each single siteidistrict
Ensuring that each single siteidistrict has two to three months buffer stock offall HIV-reiated commodities including lab reagent and consumables and assist in redistribution of products when out of stock
Providing technical assistance to district pharmacists in forecasting and ordering of ARVs and related commodities from the MSD.

Ensuring that technical procedures for procurement, distribution and dispensation are respected at all sites according to the standard operating procedures, o Keep track of drug flow between stores and
Project supported sites and continuously update and educate site staff on developments and issues related to new drug formulations, national and zonal ARV and 0| drugs stocks update
Maintain the inventory of drugs and laboratory commodities and reagents that are present at both drugs stores and all of Project supported site pharmacies
Make sure that all dispensing rooms at the various sites have the necessary infrastructure and are able to function efficiently.

Play key role in the development of proposals. budgets, workplans and reports related to Project’s activities concerning pharmaceuticals and drugs commodities management
Facilitate Reporting by:
Prepare quarterly, semiannually and annually narrative reports to be submitted to key stakeholders.
Collecting on monthly basis information about the stock at all Project supported sitesidistricts, compile per region and communicate the information to the CDC, and NACP.

Provide regular information to MQHSWINACP on any challenges associated with ARV drugs, 0| drugs and test kits availability at site and district level.
Liaise with the ARV focal pharmacists and municipal counterparts on quarterly basis to address any concerns or problems that they are faced with regarding supply chain issues of HIWAIDS commodities and related supplies.
Actively perform supportive supervisions to Project supported sites. and use these supervisions to strengthen their capacity on issues related to supply chain management.
Carry out any other responsibilities as assigned by the line manager.

Desirable Skills and knowledge:
Education:
Senior pharmacist with degreeidiploma in pharmacy
Public Health background is an asset

Experience and skills
3 years of experience in Health commodities management within public and private sector (forecasting. procurement, distribution and monitoring); 2 years’ experience previous work in HIWAIDS prevention of
Care and Treatment program or Projects In-depth understandingiknowledge of national and international drugslAR\i policy and procurement issues an advantage
Experience in health program management as team member or other position, a strong advantage
Excellent written and oral communication o Fluency in English as working language
Good knowledge in computer software applications such as MS Word. Excel, and the Internet,
Ability to conduct Pharmaceutical supply chain trainings.

Position: Regional Project Managers (2)
Location: Amref Project Offices in Tanga and Zanzibar
Reports to: Project Director
The focus of this role is to provide leadership, coordination and management of the technical staff for the Field Office. The RPM main objective is to guarantee the technical performance of the Project supported HIV programs in the respective region.

Duties:
To provide technical leadership to the supported programs in the assigned region. in close collaboration with the Project director, Technical Directors and Advisors based in the DSM head office: Coordinates and manages Project’s technical and operations team based in the field office and assigned to the specific region, including supporting staff.
Assures a complete and well functioning technical team in the respective region, including the timely communication on additional staffing needs and the participation in the recruitment of staff members: wherever and whenever necessary. and take over or complement the responsibilities of the supervised Project Officers;

Responsible for the effective planning and documentation of the communication and support provided to Afya Kamilifu Project sub-grantees, including but not limited to supportive supervision, telephone communications etc:
Preparing financial reports and submit to the Project head office on a timely manner and ensuring that internal control systems are working effectively and efficiently
Collaborate with the Project M&E team for the timely submission of high quality quarterly, semi-annual and annual donor progress reports to the Project Director

Responsible for the timely submission of work plans, reports on activities performed, or any other report, as required by Project Direct and Head of Programs
Responsible for the timely and effective communication of important technical and programmatic information to Afya Kamilifu sub-grantees and other relevant stakeholders within the region:
To facilitate production of written documents including best practices and lessons learned.
Represent Amref at various regional meetings after obtaining prior approval from Amref CD and HoP
Carry out any other responsibilities as assigned by line manager or other Amref senior management team.

Qualification:
A degree of health related with Masters in public health or MBA
Proven critical analysis skills and report writing skills.
At least ‘IO years of “hands on experience” at a senior position in HIV prevention , care and treatment
program in resource limited country
Experience working in public health NGO
Good interpersonal and people management skills-a team player and builder.
Good command of English and Swahili language will be an added advantage.

Position: Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officers (5)
Location: Amref Country Offices in Tanga and Zanzibar
Reports to: Project Manager Zanzibar I Tanga
The M&E officer monitoring and evaluating initiatives, programs and Projects, both new and established, providing accountability and ensuring efficiency and success endures. Srhe will provide feedback to the direct supervisor for establishing, modifying and monitoring key program level performance indicators to report and record physical progress for specific programs and Projects within all program areas of the Project.

Duties:
Provide a Continuous observation and measurement of standards of care delivery and program management;
Measuring success of treatment outcomes via viral suppression, morbidity, mortality, and Lost To Follow Up
Facilitation of understanding, sharing, and learning among CHMTs/RHMTs to build their capacity to perform internal M&E and improve data-driven culture

Measuring quality of laboratory services and management systems in providing HIV testing and monitoring services.
Strengthen routine data collection using existing national tools for care and treatment. reproductive and child health tools, TB and MTUHA as well as the existing national HIWTBIRCH facility databases.
Work with RHMTs, CHMTs and site supervisors to conduct trainings, refresher training, onsite mentorship and supportive supervisions on data in all supported CTCs, RCHS clinics. and TB facilities.

Collaborate with NACP to conduct quarterly DQAs and ensure that data is collated, cleaned and validated.
Ensure all data entry clerks are trained on PMS and CTC2 database
Ensure data entry clerks have a basic training ion the job training on basics of troubleshooting for both database and computer.
Involved in data reporting quarterly, semi-annually (SAPR) and annually(APR) and any other reports as necessary by GoT and Donor.

Qualification:
Degree in health informatics, social sciences, or statistics
Proven critical analysis skills and report writing skills.
At least 2 years of “hands on experience” as M&E officer position in HIV prevention , care and treatment
program in resource limited country
Experience working in NGO which is active in health development.
Good interpersonal and people management skills-a team player and builder.
Good command of English and Swahili language will be an added advantage.

Position: HIV Prevention and HIV Testing Services (HTS) Officers (5)
Location Amref Country Offices in Tanga and Zanzibar
Reports to: Project Manager Zanzibar I Tanga
The focus of this role is to strengthen strategic HIV prevention and identification of PLHIV. increase positivity and coverage to attain the first 95 of the HIV clinical cascade at Projects supported facilities in respective region and district with frequent technical advice and guidance from the Project HIV preventionr’HTS advisor.

Duties:
Ensure implementation of effective differentiated identification of PLHIV that aligns with the national standard for HIV testing.
Support provision of minimum package of prevention services including integration of GBV, FP and CECAP services in all care and treatment facilities
Advise the RH MTs and CHMTs on the agreed effective evidence-based differentiated testing models for identification of PLHIV targeting high risk sub-groups at facility level including older men. young adults. adolescent girls and young women, and Key and vulnerable population

Support the Prevention advisor to Strengthen knowledge, skills and practices of HTS among HCWs working in TB. Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinics, TB suspects. Clients with STI, children attending TB clinics, malnutrition clinic. and those admitted in paediatric wards the respective regions and districts
Facilitate STI screening and treatment in accordance with the national HIVIAIDSISTI guideline.
Assist the Preventionr’HTS advisor in ensuring integration of post-GBV and VAC services within the existing care and treatment services in all supported facilities include HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP), STI screening and treatment, basic psycho-social assessment and counseling. care and support. collection of forensic evidence, and referral to the police or legal systems and to other community services for GBV survivors

Assist the Preventionr’HTS advisor in strengthening cervical cancer screening among all PLHIV women in the supported facilities as per national guidelines
Assist the Preventionr’HTS advisor in preparation of quarterly. semiannually and annually narrative reports to be submitted to key stakeholders.
Carry out any other responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.

Qualification:
Medical or social science degree
Proven critical analysis skills and report writing skills.
At least 2 years of “hands on experience” at a senior position in HIV prevention , care and treatment program in resource limited country
Experience working in NGO which is active in health development.
Good interpersonal and people management skills-a team player and builder.
Good command of English and Swahili language will be an added advantage.

Position: Community Linkage and Tracking Officers (5)
Location Amref Country Offices in Tanga and Zanzibar
Reports to: Project Manager Zanzibar I Tanga
The focus of community linkage and track is to strengthen referral and linkage from testing services to enrollment, retention in care and adherence to ART in the first 12 months in respective region and districts with frequent technical advice and guidance from the Project Community Linkage/ tracking HTS advisor

Duties:
Assist the Community linkage/tracking ad in strengthening linkage to HIV care through the use of the expert patients/peer navigators to physically escort newly diagnosed PLHIV to the CTC.
Strengthen bidirectional referrals from community HIV testing services and follow up of partners of index clients at the facility.
Strengthen Linkage and retention of clients in treatment including identification and operationalization of community-based ART delivery models that are flexible and responsive to the needs of PLHIV (using CHW and stable clients).
Support adherence and improve community support groups to support PLHIVs adherence to ART and TB medication

Provide linkage of PLHIV to the economic strengthening and life skills training
Assist the community linkage advisor in the implementation of community programs specifically on the engagement of community health workers on tracing of defaulters to minimize the loss to follow up of pre-ART and ART clients through improving evidence linkages between health facilities and community.

Responsible with the achievement of agreed targets and outputs of HIV care and support at the community level
Collaborate with CHMTs to identify training needs for community health workers and organize basic and refresher training using currently recommended national curriculums
Carry out any other responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.

Qualification:
Medical or social science degree
Proven critical analysis skills and report writing skills.
At least 2 years of “hands-on experience” at a senior position in a community-based program in an NGO which is active in health development.
Good interpersonal and people management skills-a team player and builder.
Good command of English and Swahili language will be an added advantage

Position: Laboratory Services Officers (2)
Location: Amref Country office in Tanga and Zanzibar
Reports to: Tanga regional and Zanzibar Project managers
The focus of this role is to strengthen laboratory quality management systems of supported health facilities in the region and provide overall strategic laboratory services to improve quality of HIV diagnosis and viral load monitoring to attain the current 95 – 95-95 of the HIV clinical cascade.

Duties
Responsible for supporting the district health facilities through an evidence-based CQI approach to implement a comprehensive quality management system program.
Strengthen External Quality Assurance (EQAHPT programme for EID. HVL, HRT, TB and OI tests
Strengthen laboratory quality management systems for CQI in VL. laboratory sample transportationrresults transmission and other HIV related testing
Strengthen HVL. EID and laboratory specimen referral system

Support implementation of the laboratory quality management systems and SLIVITA
Collaborate with the RrCHMTs and lPs in PPCs in Project focus regions to increase coverage of laboratory participation into SLIVITA and ensure graduation with at least 2 stars.
Expand the use of laboratory information systems to all supported laboratories
Prepare quarterly, semiannually and annually narrative reports to be submitted to key stakeholders.
Carry out any other responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.

Qualifications:
Laboratory technologists background
Proven critical analysis skills and report writing skills.
At least 5 years of“hands on experience” at a senior laboratory support position in HIV prevention , care and treatment program in resource limited country
Experience working in NGO which has active Laboratory programs
Good interpersonal and people management skills-a team player and builder.
Good command of English and Swahili language will be an added advantage.

These jobs offer competitive salary and excellent work environment. 

Interested individuals fulfilling the required criteria should email their application letter and CV combined as one document to jobs.tanzania@amref.org  including daytime telephone contact names and addresses of three referees by Wednesday, 19th September 2018. Applicants must clearly state the position being appiied for in the subject line of the email.
Duly note that Amref Health Africa does not require applicants to pay any fee at whatever stage of the recruitment and selection process.
Amref Health Africa is an equal opportunity employer and has a non-smoking environment policy.Women and People with disability are encouraged to Apply

Amref Health Africa -Tanzania regrets that only short-listed candidates will be contacted
Source: The Guardian September 05, 2018
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