Manager Prevention Job at Baylor College of Medicine

Job Title: Manager Prevention ( 1 Position)
Location: Head Office Mulago, Kampala

Role definition: Develop and monitor the implementation of systems, and procedures for HIV prevention in all Baylor supported regions in line with Baylor Uganda Prevention policy and National prevention strategy.

Key Result Areas

1.       Develop and monitor the implementation of ‘HIV prevention’ annual & quarterly work Plans, and manage the budget and as well the integration of prevention activities in the district plans and budgets in line with the Baylor Uganda Prevention policy
2.      Review and monitor the implementation of HIV prevention capacity building plan based on clear identifi ed needs i.e. training, mentorship and support supervision as well as a retooling plan in line with the Baylor Uganda prevention objectives
3.      Review and monitor the implementation of a strategy for enhancing increased adoption of safer sexual behavior & male involvement in prevention interventions and as well as reduction of risk taking behavior inclusive prevention with positives packages in line with the Baylor Uganda Prevention policy
4.      Develop HIV prevention program procurement plans and provide technical support in procurement evaluation of related oriented bids then monitor distribution of HIV prevention products to the various Baylor supported regions in line with the Baylor procurement policy
5.      Develop an approach for mapping geographical areas and monitor the implementation of related appropriate prevention strategies inclusive of safe male circumcisions to increase their coverage, quality and utilization in line with the Baylor Uganda Prevention policy
6.      Identify research opportunities and monitor the Conduction of research and presentation of findings based on documented related lessons leant plus experiences in conferences, journals and medical related literature in line with Baylor Uganda clinical research objectives
7.      Monitor the implementation of strategies to strengthen regional and community Health related structures to have a more coordinated HIV prevention response at all levels in line with the Baylor Uganda Prevention policy
8.      Develop and maintain partnerships & networks with district key stakeholders & other partner organization and advocate for a coordinated and harmonized HIV prevention interventions in Baylor supported regions in line with the Baylor Uganda Prevention policy
9.      Prepare fundable proposals in collaboration with other key stakeholders for sustainability and continuity of various prevention projects in line with Baylor Uganda Prevention policy and resource mobilization policy
10.   Develop and monitor the implementation of HIV prevention program performance targets and write and submit periodic reports to key stakeholders in line with the Baylor Uganda Prevention objectives
11.    Review and monitor the implementation of HR support activities to enhance a competent & motivated “team of Baylor Prevention staff” in accordance with Baylor Uganda human resources manual.
Job Specifications
The job holder should have;
a.      A Masters in public health with a background of a degree in medicine and bachelor of surgery and must be registered with the Uganda Medical and Dental Practitioners Council or A Masters in public health with a background of a degree in Nursing from a recognized institution and must be registered with the Uganda Nurses and midwifes council.
b.      3 years of experience in managing prevention programs/projects and must have solid working knowledge (practical skills) in the following areas: clinical management of HIV/AIDS, Safe Male Circumcisions, PMTCT, EID, PWP, HCT, AB and provision of ART
c.       2 years relevant working experience preferably in health development at a senior management position, with a reputable international NGO, and direct experience with government and donor representatives
d.      The Candidate must have Key personal competences in Team and communication skills, Must be dynamic, Persuasive & convincing, self- motivated and able to demonstrate high initiative
e.      Should be willing to travel to up country for up to 60% of his/her time.
How to Apply
If you have the relevant qualifications and experience, please send your application to the address below not later than 4.00 p.m., Monday, 10th September 2012. Provide a detailed CV demonstrating possession of the job requirements, current position, names and addresses of three referees, copies of professional/Academic documents, email address, and day time telephone contact.

The Human Resource Manager,
Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation-Uganda
Block 5 Mulago Hospital,
P.O. Box 72052 Clock Tower, Kampala
tel: +256-417-119200/100,
Email: admin@baylor-Uganda.org
Note: Please Indicate The Duty Station You Are Applying For

NB: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews

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