4 BRAC International Non-profit Jobs – Health Trainers

Organisation: BRAC International
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
About US
BRAC, one of the largest Non-Governmental Development Organization in
the world, working in a number of countries in Africa and Asia on poverty
alleviation Programs, is registered in Uganda as BRAC Uganda. The organization
implements integrated development approach combining Education, Health,
Agriculture, Livestock, Adolescent Empowerment and Microfinance.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Prepare training plan for the project assistants
    (PAHs) and CHPs (Community health Promoters) as per targets.
  • Conduct field level staff and Community Health
    Promoters trainings.
  • Provide in-service supportive supervision
    at the field level for CHPs and PAHs.
  • Support plans for (CHP and health staff service
    delivery, quality assurance and monitoring CHP and staff assessments,
    certification and re-certification plans, criteria and implementation)
  • Oversee and monitor activities of health
    team within community- based EHC including health education and awareness,
    to ensure quality and the maximum use of their skills and their full and
    effective participation at the community level, and perform any other
    duties from time to time.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The applicants should hold a BSc. in
    Public Health, Nursing and or Midwifery/Clinical Officer
  • A minimum of three to five years working
    experience in directly training, managing, teaching and or supervising a
    large number of community health workers.
  • Skills in developing training/ teaching
    tools) with strong background and thorough understanding of material child
    health, nutrition and healthy behaviors.
  • Significant background in developing
    skills (capacities), working with the community health workers, especially
    in training them, their Assessments and Certification.
  • Possess sufficient knowledge in the field
    of conducting interactive training-using adult learning method and Project
  • Ability to motivate others and inspire trust
    among team members and CHPs.
  • Report writing and analytical skills are a
  • Possess a passion for teaching and
    demonstrates respects and values for community based CHWs.
How to Apply: 
All suitably qualified and interested candidates should send their
application letters, Curriculum Vitae (including bio-data such as: Date of
birth, Education qualification, language proficiency, work experience and at
least three referees), scanned copies of academic documents, and a day time
contact number to:  hrd.uganda@brac.net or recruitment.uganda@brac.net
NB.: Only Soft Copy Applications will be
considered for Shortlist, and contacted for interviews.
Deadline: 17th April, 2015.
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