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National Professional Officer; Case Management and IPC Technical Expert – (2102359)
Grade: No grade
Contractual Arrangement: Special Services Agreement (SSA)
Contract Duration (Years, Months, Days): 06 Months
Job Posting: May 24, 2021, 12:36:08 PM
Primary Location: Tanzania, United Republic of-Dar-es-Salaam
Organization: AF_TZA Tanzania
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SSA – National Professional Officer; Case Management and IPC Technical Expert
Position Number: N/A
Professional Officer, Case Management and IPC Technical Expert.
Grade and Step: NOB-01
Major Office: WCO Tanzania
Duty Station: Zanzibar
Nature of Position: SSA
First Level Supervisor: EPR Team Lead
Second Level Supervisor: WHO Representative Tanzania
Purpose of the SSA:
is providing financial and technical assistance to the Government if
Zanzibar through the Ministry of Health, Social Welfare, Gender, Elderly
and Children in strengthening response measures aimed at mitigating the
impact of COVID-19 on human lives. A critical aspect of the COVID-19
response is strengthening case management and IPC. In this regard, WHO
wants to recruit temporary staff to be deployed to Zanzibar to support
the COVID-19 response.
The Technical officer is expected to work
in close collaboration with Ministry of Health,Social Welfare, Gender,
Elderly and Children, Other relevant Ministries and departments and
other partners in achieving the expected results.
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Scope and Methodology
Under the direct supervision of the EPR Team Lead and WHO Representative, the incumbent’s duties shall be to:
Summary of Assigned Duties:
capacity of front-line health care workers in Case management and IPC
at health facilities in regions and districts through training, on-site
mentorship, and supportive supervision
- Assess IPC capacity at
all levels of healthcare system. Minimum requirements include functional
triage system and isolation rooms, trained staff (for early detection
and standard principles for IPC); and sufficient IPC materials,
including personal protective equipment (PPE) and WASH services/hand
- Provide technical support in updating training
package for case management for COVID-19 and Infection Prevention and
Control, build capacity at national level, and cascade training in all
districts using ToTs
- Ensure utilization of appropriate SOPs and
protocols for case management and IPC at treatment centres and health
facilities; and provide technical support in reviewing the SOPs and
protocols when deemed necessary
- Operationalize guidelines, SOPs
and care protocols for the implementation of triage, emergency
preparedness, emergency care and critical care.
- Provide support
for the implementation of Comprehensive plan for Oxygen and critical
care, by Ensuring effective use of oxygen and build capacity for
maintenance of equipment for emergency and critical care.
- Support resource mobilization to support implementation of critical activities for Case Management and IPC
- Ensure timely submission of reports
collaboration with the RCCE pillar, develop relevant messaging to the
community on COVID-19 case management and Infection Prevention
- Provide support in forecasting and planning of IPC supplies for responding to COVID-19
- Perform any other duties as assigned by the Incident Manager, EPR Team lead, Case management and IPC team lead.
objectives of the WHO Regional Office and the CDS Cluster are to assist
Member States to rapidly scale up access to treatment and care whilst
accelerating prevention and strengthening health systems to make the
health sector response to HIV/AIDS and VH more effective and
comprehensive. This includes the provision of intensified technical and
resource mobilization support to Member States in an effective,
appropriate and timely manner, by increasing WHO technical assistance
and resources at country level to assist the government and other key
partners in developing and implementing a national scale-up plan for
Case Management and Infection prevention for emereging epidemics
included COVID 19.
Essential: Fluency in both English and Swahili language.
Desirable: Working knowledge of other UN language is an added advantage.
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Minimum university degree in Medicine. A Postgraduate training in
Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine or Public health is desirable
Desirable: Postgraduate qualification in Health and/or Social Sciences or equivalent.
Essential: At least 5year experience in working in healthcare setting, field epidemiology or emergency management;
Past experience in case management, training and mentorship at national or regional level is important
Desirable: Working experience with WHO or other UN Agency would be an asset.
SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
knowledge and understanding of the dynamics around COVID-19 emergency
response; with focus on Case Management and IPC
- This work will
require active clinical experience in case management of COVID-19 or
severe acute respiratory infection patients within healthcare settings
or in the context of outbreaks. Applicants in active clinical work and
situated in the regions having experience of working with the MOHCDGEC
at a central level will be given priority in the selection process.
knowledge of emergency response situations in the field of Case
Management and Infection Prevention and Control with proven ability to
identify and solve technical problems in difficult circumstances.
- Excellent analytical and organizational skills, with proven ability to elaborate and implement projects.
- Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to promote cohesive action and convince officials with tact and diplomacy.
of WHO, the UN system or a nongovernmental organization (NGO) work in
the field of response relief and/or of their practices and procedures as
related to the work.
*Fostering integration and teamwork;
*Communicating in a credible and effective way;
Moving forward in a changing environment
Respecting and promoting individual and cultural differences
Other Skills (e.g. IT):
- Basic IT skills is a requirement: Good command of MS office software: Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and use of the Internet.
- Good computer skills in Microsoft Office.
- Submission of weekly activity plans and end of week update reports
on the rapid infrastructural and operational analysis of isolation and
treatment units of designated facilities. This should include HCWM
infrastructure, supplies needs, capacity/no. of beds, staffing needs for
HCWM, coordination, diversion of non-essential staff, supplies,
- End of contract report documenting all activities including gaps and recommendations
PLACE OF ASSIGNMENT
National Professional Officer, Case Management and IPC Technical Expert will be working in Tanzania Zanzibar.
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TIMELINE AND REPORTING
The contract will be for Six (06) Months.
Grade: NOB – 01
and qualified applicants should send cover letter and comprehensive
resume to the WHO Country Representative via the following email
addresses or use the following link to apply online https://careers.who.int/careersection/ex/jobsearch.ftl
Females are highly encouraged to Apply for this position
Closing Date: Jun 15, 2021, 12:59:00 AM