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Job Title: CLINICAL ADVISOR (4 posts)

Reporting to: TECHINICAL ADVISOR – MALARIA CASE MANAGEMENT

Location: MTWARA, RUVUMA, LINDI AND COAST REGIONS

Start date: OCTOBER, 2022

PSI is seeking an experienced, dynamic and results-driven Clinical Advisor to lead the

implementation of the TMCM project activities in Mtwara, Ruvuma, Lindi and Coast regions. The

Clinical Advisor will be responsible for strengthening Case Management (CM) and Malaria in

Pregnancy (MIP) prevention primarily by supporting the planning, implementing and data use of

Malaria Service Delivery and Quality Improvement (MSDQI) in public and private health facilities in

the regions. The position will report to Technical Advisor, Malaria Case Management.

Your contribution

As the Clinical Advisor, you will be responsible for the overall development, management, and

representation of TMCM in Lindi, Mtwara, Coast regions and Ruvuma. She/he will perform the

following tasks:

• Support the R/CHMT in planning and conducting Malaria Service Data Quality Improvement

(MSDQI) supportive supervision to all health facilities in the regions of implementation. This

includes CM and MIP assessment, capacity building, service delivery site strengthening, follow -

up and supervision, mentoring, and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) across the region.

• Provide technical support to the R/CHMTs to interpret and use CM and MIP programmatic data

for decision making. This includes collaborating with the project M&E team to develop and

sustain database that monitor key MIP and CM indicators at district and contribute to the district

and regional level achievements.

• Work collaboratively with program team members (e.g Technical Advisor – Malaria Diagnostic)

to ensure necessary program planning, development, resources availability, and management

activities function smoothly and efficiently. This includes organizing workshops, training sessions,

and technical meetings in collaboration with the NMCP and local partners stakeholders.

• Conduct regular reporting to the TMCM CoP, the Technical Advisor, and technical staff, as well

as the R/CHMT, of successes, challenges and lessons learned in implementation of CM and MIP

activities. This includes documenting and maintaining an inventory off successful tools and

approaches for CM including development and submission of abstract, papers and presentation

to journals and conferences.

What are we looking for?

• Clinical degree (medicine preferred), with demonstrated experience of outreach training,

mentoring, and support supervision in health facilities

• At least 6 years’ experience and technical knowledge in Malaria CM and MIP

• Understanding of public health and development approaches and familiarity with Tanzania’

health system, key stakeholders, and relevant government policies and strategies

• Understand of monitoring and evaluation of programs, and relevant government policies

and strategies

• Understanding of monitoring and evaluation of programs, and skilled in use of data for

decision – making and program management

• Excellent presentation skills and verbal and written communications skills

• Demonstrated self – management and the ability to project a professional, consistent image

of confidence, integrity and competence

• Fluent in English and Kiswahili.

How to apply:

Application for the position must include:

• Cover letter illustrating your suitability for the position against the listed requirements.

• Detailed curriculum vitae showing contact address, email, and day –time mobile phone

number (s) and three (3) referees, ONE being your last employment

Application will be considered valid, if sent/received before 1700hrs, Friday, 23rd September, 2022.

Please note that only short –listed candidates meeting the above requirements will be contacted.

Send you application to recruitment@psi.or.tz in MS Word or PDF file. Indicate the name of position

on the subject line of your email. Please do not attach any certificates when submitting online.