2 Quality Assurance Officer Job Placements – PACE

Organisation: Program for Accessible health, Communication and
Education (PACE)
Duty Station:  Kampala,
Uganda
Reports to: Health Services Coordinator
About US:
Program
for Accessible health, Communication and Education (PACE) is a Ugandan
indigenous health organization leading solutions in the health market through
the private sector. We deploy social marketing approaches to measurably improve
the health of Ugandans.
Job Summary: The Quality Assurance Officer will be tasked with
the dissemination, maintenance and monitoring of the quality of Quality Improvement
Plan (QIP) & Quality Assurance Plan (QAP) standards within the franchise,
partners, and health facilities in all health areas 
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • The incumbent will plan for the
    implementation and execution of all program quality related activities in
    cluster one and two.
  • Train, coach and mentor service providers and
    implementing partners to ensure quality and client safety during service
    provision across all programs
  • Regularly check continuously and monitor
    adherence to approved standard operational procedures and protocols by
    Implementing partners and service providers across all programs
  • Develop and improve provider and implementing
    partners’ productivity across all programs.
  • Increase demand through medical detailing of
    PACE products to Implementing partners and track usage of these products
    and equipment in cluster one and two for all programs
  • The incumbent will also manage the supply
    chain including ordering, distribution and tracking of Commodities,
    promotional products and IEC materials to sites and implementing partners
    in the clusters for all programs
Key Performance Indicators:
  • Work plans implemented, monitored on schedule
  • Skilled and competent service providers and
    implementing partners in quality and client safety during service
    provision across all programs
  • Increased demand of PACE products
  • Compliance to standard operating procedures
    and protocols
  • No stock outs of products in the region and
    low stock turnover
Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate must be a qualified Clinical
    Officer, Registered midwife or registered nurse either with a diploma or
    degree
  • Hold Valid registration with a professional
    regulatory body
  • Possession of a valid driving license is an
    added advantage
  • A minimum of three years’ experience with
    demonstrated ability to work with various partners including MoH, Local
    governments, CBOs and other NGOs; Previous experience in clinical services.
  • Proven ability to work well on a team as well
    as individually.
  • Excellent communication, written and
    presentation skills.
  • Good report writing skills (timely and
    accurate)
  • Work-plan development and budgetary skills.
  • Capacity building skills for partners.
  • Medical detailing skills.
How to Apply: 
All
applicants should send their hardcopy applications including an updated resume
(CV), copies of certificates, references, and cover letter clearly indicating position
applied for on the “top left-hand side of the envelope”, to the PACE Office
Reception, addressed to Head of People and Culture, PACE, at Plot 2 Ibis
Vale-Kololo, P.O. Box 27659 Kampala.
Deadline:  22nd
January, 2016 by 4:00 pm or 16:00 hours (East African time)

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