Global Fund – Project Officer (HIV) – Program for Accessible Health Communication and Education (PACE)

Organisation: Program
for Accessible Health Communication and Education (PACE)
Duty Station: Kampala,
Uganda
Reports to: Youth
and Adolescent Specialist (HIV)
About US:
The Program for
Accessible Health Communication and Education (PACE) is a local health
non-governmental organization and remains an affiliate of PSI. PACE is an
innovative, efficient and impact-oriented organization that works towards
realizing a community of Ugandans empowered to sustain healthy behavior, while
significantly contributing to Ministry of Health in the areas of HIV/AIDS-care
and prevention, TB, Malaria and Child survival, maternal and reproductive
health, as well as access to Safe water.
Job Summary: The
Global Fund – Project Officer (HIV) will plan, supervise, and implement all
projects activities in line with Donor contract obligations, PACE, policies and
program objectives.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
·        
Implement
activities across the districts following donor contract obligations and PACE
policies.
  • Prepare and submit monthly, quarterly
    and annual work plan, budget workplans, reports and fast-tracking tool of all projects.
  • Implement advocacy, PR and partnerships
    development activities for effective achievement of program objectives.
  • Build capacity (Training, Mentoring and coaching) of implementing
    partners to execute PACE projects.
  • Implement risk management and compliance activities to mitigate
    operational and financial risks.
  • Document and share best practices as agreed upon with Donor,
    implementing partners and PACE.
  • Ensure Quality assurance and Knowledge management of all activities
    in accordance to
  • Global fund guidelines and PACE policies.
  • Distribute, track and reconcile commodities and IEC materials in the
    district in line with the supply chain management procedures.
  • Account for all project activities undertaken according to the donor
    contract donor obligation and PACE policies.
  • Plan forecast order, distribute and account for all project
    commodities and related materials to be distributed during project
    implementation.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate must hold a Degree in Development Studies,
    Community Psychology, Social Sciences, Social Administration and related field
  • Training in clinical disciplines (nursing & medicine) an added
    advantage.
  • Additional training in Project Planning and Management is an added
    advantage.
  • At least two years of experience working with rural communities,
    local partners including local government
Personal Competences
  • Excellent interpersonal, teamwork and networking skills.
  • Knowledge of the Health service standards.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with various partners including Local
    governments, CBOs and other NGOs.
  • Strong understanding of health services, preferably in the public
    health sector and NGOs in Uganda.
  • Good report writing, and presentation skills coupled with good
    knowledge of of Ms Office programs including Word, Excel and power point.
  • Excellent verbal, written and communication skills.
How to Apply:
All suitably
qualified and interested candidates should send applications and detailed CVs
by email to the HR Manager PACE at email: snshemeire@pace.org.ug or hand
delivered to the PACE Office Reception, addressed to The HR Manager PACE 6th
Floor, Block B, UAP Nakawa Business Park Plot 3-5 New Port Bell Road, P.O Box
8082, Kampala. Uganda
Deadline: 8th February 2019 by 2:00pm.
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