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Reporting to the Program Director, the incumbent will be responsible for leading the overall clinical strategy and activities for faith-based HIV prevention, care and treatment project in Haiti to a network of faith-based hospitals. This role will work with the project team, sub-grant partners to identify and address faith-based facility-level and geographic departmental capacity gaps in HIV clinical capacity. S/he will draft and direct clinical work plans for long and short-term staff, and provide strategic guidance on clinical capacity building to network faith-based affiliated sites and their satellite sites. Along with additional key- and non- key personnel, S/he will provide onsite mentoring and skills-building initiatives at both site and departmental levels on HIV clinical issues. This incumbent will report to the Project Director on the progress of clinical issues, and help strategically plan long term objectives and directives.
-With the clinical team, assess and improve existing faith-based site clinical practices
-Work with projects’ sites to implement national guidelines on HIV prevention, care and treatment
-Provide oversight of project clinical outcomes and share with the donor
-Integrate HIV clinical activities and best practices into wider health systems strengthening and strategic objectives at faith-based affiliated sties
-Prepare detailed work plans and execute on statements of work related to clinical activities
-Develop innovative clinical and operating procedures and implement methodologies
-Liaise and manage relationships with clients/ donors, government officials, and public and private sector organizations; serve as project clinical representative on working groups
-Participate in assessments, trainings, and workshops for in-country audiences (faith-based and MSPP)
-Build capacity of local partners to improve program clinical performance and service delivery
-Empower partners to gain increasing autonomy in executing clinical activities
-Other duties, as may be assigned by the Program Director and/or Country Director.
-Computer literacy in Microsoft packages (MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS PowerPoint) and GSuite, and other relevant software is an asset
-Excellent writing and data analytical skills
-Clinical qualification MD necessary
-Advanced degree in Public Health preferred
-Five plus (5+) years of applied skills in designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating activities for HIV related programs
-At least three (3) years clinically- linked experienced with HIV prevention, care and treatment
-Experience in managing similar programs and providing technical advising
-Demonstrated skill in monitoring and evaluation of HIV clinical programs
-Prior experience supervising clinical efforts for complex programs
-Experience working on USG and/or other donor- funded HIV projects/programs
-Exceptional problem solving, analytical and interpersonal skills required
-Must demonstrate exceptional written, organizational and oral communication skills in English for reporting on program and study results and have skills in training local staff
-Demonstrated analytical skills and experiences to identify and evaluate best practices and state-of-the-art clinical approaches to be utilized by the project
-Consistent ability to meet deadlines
Conditions de travail
-Frequent trips to provinces
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