2 Care & Treatment Officer Non-profit Job Careers – Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation

Organization: Baylor College
of Medicine Children’s Foundation
Duty Station: Uganda
Report to: Care and
Treatment Advisor
About US:
Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation -Uganda
(Baylor-Uganda) is an indigenous not-for-profit child health and development
organisation affiliated to the Baylor College of Medicine International
Paediatric AIDS Initiative (BIPAI), a Network of paediatric HIV/AIDS care and
treatment Children’s Clinical Centres of Excellence and international program
offices in 11 countries across Africa, Eastern Europe and North America.
Job Summary: The Care &
Treatment Officer will be responsible for reviewing and monitoring the
implementation of Baylor Uganda objectives for Paediatric HIV care and
treatment in alignment with up to date MoH guidelines for comprehensive
Paediatric, adolescent and adult HIV care & treatment to improve health
facility service programs, system and structure
Key Duties and
Responsibilities:  
  • The care & treatment Officer prepares
    and monitors the implementation of consolidated & harmonized cluster
    procurement plans, work plans & budgets
  • The incumbent also builds the capacity of
    health workers and community key stakeholders
  • Establish/strengthen health facility-based
    system for infection control and waste management
  • Offer technical support for integration
    and provision of HIV prevention
  • Establish/strengthen partnership with
    other key district stakeholders
  • Offer technical support to the key
    stakeholders in monitoring the implementation of strategies for
    strengthening client linkage & referral system
  • Provide technical support in health
    systems strengthening in terms of human resources management
  • Provide support during the sub-granting
    process to the district
  • Actively participate in operational
    research
Qualifications, Skills and
Experience: 
  • The
    ideal candidate should preferably hold an M.B.Ch.B and registered
    with the Uganda Medical and Dental Practitioners Council.
  • Possession of a post graduate training is
    an added advantage in public health or medical related course
  • A minimum of three years’ experience in clinic or hospital-based services.
    Two years’ experience at supervisory role will be an added advantage.
  • Previous
    experience in HIV/AIDS and ART is an added advantage.
  • Good team player
  • Good networking and partnership skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication
    skills
  • The applicant must be dynamic
  • Highly persuasive and convincing
  • Self-motivated and able to demonstrate
    high initiative.
How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates should send their
applications to the address below including a detailed CV demonstrating
possession of the job requirements, current position, names and addresses of
three referees i.e. email and phone addresses, copies of professional/academic
documents, email address, and day time telephone contact. The applicant must
have at most a credit 6 in Math and English and an approved ‘Medical Check-up
report from a recommended health centre’ for successful candidates is a
requirement at entry.
Send applications via E-mail to: applications@baylor-Uganda.org.
The Human Resources Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation-Uganda,
Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O. Box 72052, Clock Tower, Kampala. Uganda
Deadline: 20th
January 2017
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