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

Organisation: Program
for Accessible Health Communication and Education (PACE)
Duty Station: Kampala,
Reports to: Project
Coordinator for Malaria
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 for Malaria
will mainly plan, supervise, and implement all project activities and
partnership development in line with Donor contract obligations, PACE policies
and program objectives.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
activities across the districts following donor contract obligations and PACE
  • 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

Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  •  The ideal candidate must hold a Degree in any of the following; Development Studies, Community Psychology, Social Sciences, Social Administration and related competences.
  • Training in Project Planning and Management is an added advantage
  • At least two years’ 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 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: 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: 7th February 2019 by 2:00pm.
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