Regional Project Coordinator – Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI)

Regional Project Coordinator (2 ) Infectious Diseases Institute
Reports to:
Project Manager, Expanded AMAKA project
Job Purpose: The Regional
Coordinator will be responsible for ensuring that all the projects’ objectives
and targets are met according to pre-established standards in the region s/he
manages through effective coordination and planning
Key Responsibilities:
  • S/he will be responsible for
    ensuring that all the project’s regional targets are met as per agreed
  • Planning and coordination of the regional
    project resources and ensure that all the resources are well utilized.
  • Oversee and supervise project teams.
  • Ensure that all regional reports and financial
    accountabilities are completed accurately and timely submitted
  • Participate in project meetings and other
    activities as specified by supervisor from time to time
  • Coordinate field relationships with all the
  • Any other duties assigned by
    the Supervisor.
Education and Experience:
  • A bachelors degree in human
    medicine or related field 
  • A post graduate training in project planning and
    management or public health sciences or a related field will be an added
  • Individuals with other relevant qualifications but required experience
    will be considered.
Knowledge, Skills and abilities:
  • At least three years experience
    in coordinating complex development projects in the health field, preferably in
    the HIV/AIDS field at least two years of experience managing technical teams
  • Demonstrated experience in
    establishing effective community based activities; experience developing
    relationships with community partners 
  • Excellent writing, analytical and oral
    presentation skills
  • Excellent computer skills
    including the use of word processing projects, presentation software, email,
    databases and spread sheets Prior experience managing/implementing MMC
    programmes will be an added advantage
How to Apply
Qualified and interested persons who wish to apply may hand-deliver,
email or post an application letter with a detailed CV, naming at least two
professional referees, to:
The Human Resource Manager
Infectious Diseases Institute
P. O. Box 22418, Kampala.
Deadline for receipt of applications is Monday
4th June 2012
Only short listed candidates will be

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