IntraHealth International is a non-profit organization based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, U.S.A. dedicated to working with developing countries to improve their public health capabilities
- Provide overall technical and managerial leadership of the HIV services delivery team members at the county level
- Ensure the achievement of high quality HIV prevention, treatment and care services
- Serve as key liaison and work collaboratively with country health department, health facilities and other implementing partners in the target counties and communicate with the project main office
- Identify obstacles and risks related to implementation of the HIV services in a timely manner, suggest appropriate adjustments and communicate with project leadership
- Lead the service delivery team to develop strategies to support counties and health facilities in delivering high quality HIV services
- Support the design and implementation of strategies for community testing to increase uptake of HIV testing service in the target community
- Enhance linkages and referrals between the community and the facility to ensure a continuum of care and treatment service for HIV positive individuals
- Support the design of strategies to increase uptake, improve adherence and follow up of patients receiving HIV treatment services
- Coordinate among key stakeholders, other implementing partners and GOK institutions and representatives at the county level
- Develop technical capacity and transfer of technical expertise in HIV/AIDS clinical services to county management and facility staff to enhance quality of HIV services.
- Provide technical support and supportive supervision to project sub-grantees and implementing partners
- Participate in count level planning, development, and M&E activities related to HIV testing, treatment and care interventions, and referral and supervision systems
- Synthesize and disseminate lessons learned and best practices through reports, working group meetings, and workshops
- Monitor progress and provide implementation status update to the project team and contribute to donor report
Education & Experience
- Minimum Master’s degree in Public Health, medical degree, nursing, international development or related field.
- Minimum seven (7) years of relevant professional experience managing and implementing HIV service delivery programs.
- Five (5) years demonstrated experience in managing and supervising a team and project design.
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively with government representatives, for-profit private sector entities, local community organizations, donors and other stakeholders, particularly at the sub-national level.
- Proven technical knowledge and/or clinical expertise in HIV/AIDS services and understanding of how those services are delivered at the health facilities in Kenya.
- Strong interpersonal skills and ability to effectively interact and collaborate with national, county and community level government authorities, implementing partners and other key stakeholders
- Experience working with USG directly or as an implementing partner at national and/or county levels
- Demonstrated past achievements in capacity building and fostering team work for desired results
- Professional level of oral and written fluency in English language
- Computer literacy in Word, Excel, Power Point
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