Entry Level Regional Coordinator, Voucher Plus Activity NGO Jobs – Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation




Organization: Baylor College
of Medicine Children’s Foundation
Duty Station: Gulu, Uganda
Report to: Program Manager
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 Regional
Coordinator, Voucher Plus Activity will be responsible for overall field
implementation, coordination and technical support supervision of all
activities under the Uganda Voucher Plus Activity in the region.
Key Duties and
Responsibilities:  
  • The Regional Coordinator prepares and
    monitors the implementation of the monthly, quarterly and annual Voucher
    Plus Activity work plans
  • Directly manages, coaches and mentors the
    regional mentor midwives on all aspects of the Uganda Voucher Plus
    Activity
  • Prepares and submits accurate, complete
    and timely periodic reports on all voucher Plus activities in the region.
  • Creates and maintains good collaborative
    working relationships and linkages between the Voucher Plus Activity and
    her stakeholders
  • Manages the capacity building efforts for
    providers
  • Provides direct and regular technical
    support to all CEMONC and BEMONC facilities within the region
  • Prepares and implement annual quality
    improvement plans
  • Create and support client/patient referral
    from BEMONC to CEMONC and follow up linkages at all accredited health
    facilities
  • Support and link all accredited health
    facilities to access & use MOH registers and HMIS booklets
  • Support and link accredited health
    facilities to access free FP commodities, ARVs for EMTCT, vaccines for
    childhood immunizations
  • Manage the implementation of corrective Ql
    recommendations
  • Keenly review and monitor the implementation
    of HR support activities.
Qualifications, Skills and
Experience: 
  • The
    applicant should preferably hold a Bachelor’s degree in Medicine and
    Surgery. A Master’s degree in Public Health, or its equivalent, is
    an added advantage.         
  • Experience
    as a practicing clinician in a CEMONCsite.
  • At
    least two years’ experience in managing Maternal & Reproductive
    Health programs/projects with a reputable NGO, and direct experience
    working with private providers, local governance and donor
    representatives.
  • 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: 27th
January 2017
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