Trachoma Communication Project Manager Job Opportunity – Johns Hopkins University/Center for Communication Programs (CCP)

Organisation: Johns Hopkins
University/Center for Communication Programs (CCP)
Duty Station: Kampala,
Uganda
About US:
The Johns
Hopkins University/Center for Communication Programs (CCP) is a pioneer in the
field of strategic, research based communication for behavior change and health
promotion that has helped transform the theory and practice of public health.
Job Summary: The Project
Manager will manage Trachoma prevention communication managed by the Center for
Communication Programs for the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust Trachoma
Project administered through the Carter Center.  The Project Manager will support The Trust and
its various partners in Uganda with the development, and management of Trachoma
communication campaigns in Busoga and Karamoja regions as well as the revision,
update and dissemination of the National Sanitation Guidelines and the School
Sanitation Guidelines.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
·        
Manage inventory trachoma and water, sanitation and
hygiene communication materials
·        
The incumbent will manage the development or
adaptation of Trachoma prevention communication materials to support
multi-channel communication campaigns in Busoga and Karamoja regions.
·        
Orient WASH and Trachoma partners in the use of
communication materials
·        
Monitor campaign media and activities
·        
Provide technical input to development and
dissemination of revised sanitation guidelines
·        
Manage project budget, ensuring funds are spent in
line with budget
·        
Prepare quarterly, annual and end of project reports
·        
Prepare and monitor annual workplans, and
participate in quarterly review and planning meetings.
Qualifications, Skills and
Experience: 
·        
The ideal candidate should be Ugandan resident who
holds a master’s degree in public health, communication, or related field;
·        
A minimum of five years’ experience designing and
implementing health communication in Uganda. 
·        
Working knowledge of Trachoma is an added advantage
·        
Excellent English writing skills. 
·        
Fluent in written and spoken English plus Lusoga
and/or Karamajong;
How to Apply: 
All suitably
qualified and interested candidates should send a cover letter, updated CV,
hourly rate and the contacts for three referees electronically to trachoma@jhuccpug.org .
Deadline: 20th November, 2015
by 5:00pm
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