|Location||Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa|
About the Job
The Provincial Project Coordinator for RTCQI/CLI is required to work with the provincial DoH and relevant stakeholders to develop action plans to implement and support RTCQI and CLI activities. The incumbent will oversee provincial RTCQI and CLI implementation and activities. They will identify RTCQI/CLI training needs and support training and certification roll-out. They are also required to provide active site supervision and track progress, conduct baseline and follow-up assessment, produce progress reports and communicate reports to DoH and all the stake holders.
Work with NDOH and PDOH in PEPFAR supported provinces, to develop project scope including planning, organization of resources, work plans, project objectives, tasks, calendar of activities, timelines and track progress
Oversee and support the distribution of materials including PT and IQC serum panels, PT feedback reports
Manage training, tester competency and certification, external quality assessment viz. SPI-RT external site assessment.
Develop and implement RTCQI/CLI coaching/mentorship program for Health care workers including HTS counsellors, Data Capturers, Enrolled and Professional Nurses in selected high volume facilities in collaboration with the DSPs Lab Coordinators and DOH RTCQI/CLI Coordinators.
Coordinate stakeholder meetings to facilitate planning, calendar activities and periodic feedback report meetings at national, provincial and district levels.
Support the DSPs for the implementation of CLI/RTCQI activities, provide oversight and monitor progress and integrity of implementation.
Implement an intensive annual external assessment to meet the requirements of PEPFAR reporting.
Provide capacity building of the Operational Managers/Facility Supervisors, HTS/TB/STI Program Managers and Laboratory Area Managers gradually establishing sustainability plans.
Experience in a management position, managing complex programmes in the public health sector.
Proven insights into RTCQI/CLI issues an advantage
Well respected, motivated, ethical, innovative and an organised leader
Strong communicator with the ability to foster teamwork
Good analytical and strategic skills with project management and task completion skills
Ability to interact constructively in a diverse cultural and ethnic environment
Excellent relationship building skills and stakeholder development experience
An eye for rigour and detail, with good data analysis, report writing and presentation skills
Minimum 5 years’ experience in the public health sector
Tertiary qualification/degree in Health Sciences
Interested candidates can send their CV