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BACKGROUND
Service, Health and Development for people living
with HIV /AIDS (SHDEPHA+) is a national non-governmental organization,
registered on 21 November 1994 with registration number SO 8216, with
the aim of mobilizing resources to help people living with HIV/AIDS and
to fight the spread of the disease. Although originally focusing on
people living with HIV/AIDS, over the years SHDEPHA+ has expanded beyond
HIV/AIDS and related issues to other development interventions and now
covers both infected and affected by HIV/AIDS with over 65 branches
countrywide. Each branch of SHDEPHA+ works independently, developing,
managing, and implementing its projects, though all branches share one
constitution and registration.

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SHDEPHA+
Kahama, based in Kahama Municipal, is among the 65 branches, was
launched in 1999 and started independent operations in 2002 has been
working with both international and national donors, the local and
central government and other stakeholders to work toward the United
Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The organization works with the
poor, key, and vulnerable groups including women, children, youth,
people with special needs; and it gives special attention to the
underserved and marginalized populations such as PLHV, FSW, and VAGYW.

SHDEPHA+ VISION:
A democratic community that is free of poverty, hunger, and diseases
and enjoys a good quality of education, standards of living, and social
well-being.

SHDEPHA+ MISSION: SHDEPHA+ is committed to
reducing income and non-income poverty, hunger, human suffering,
diseases, and the impact and spread of HIV/AIDS by empowering
marginalized and vulnerable people, most at-risk populations, and
communities in general to achieve Community-based and sustainable human
development.

GOAL: Using SHDEPHA+ core values and mission
to work toward the Millennium Development Goals to improve the lives of
marginalized and vulnerable groups, most at-risk populations, and
communities in general.

Through the FIKIA+ project, ICAP will
collaborate with Service, Health and Development for People Living
Positively with HIV/AIDS (SHDEPHA+ Kahama) to implement an integrated
TB/HIV cases identification at TB clinics and Community-based TB
outreaches. The approach will optimize TB service delivery points in
identifying new HIV+ clients as HIV testing differentiated service
delivery (DSD) model and support TB/HIV clients with continuation of ART
and TB treatments to attain viral load suppression addressing the
UNAIDS targets of 95-95-95.

Fikia+ Project is a new 5-year
cooperative agreement with PEPFAR funding from the Centres for Disease
Control and Prevention (CDC), SHDEPHA+ Kahama in collaboration with ICAP
will be supporting comprehensive implementation of HIV prevention,
testing, care and treatment, lab, interventions at the community and
facility level in Mwanza region Tanzania. Named the FIKIA+ Project, this
new initiative aims to accelerate, expand, and improve the quality of
HIV prevention, care, and treatment in order to meet UNAIDS 95-95-95
targets in intervention districts

MONITORING AND EVALUATION OFFICER (1 position)
Location:
Mwanza
Reports to: Project Manager
Line Manage: Project officers
Contract Duration: 1 year (renewable)
Overall Job Function:
The
M&E officer will be responsible to design, develop and update
databases and implement high-standard data management systems including
data analysis
S/HE will provide the overall management in project
monitoring and Evaluation through data management, data analysis, asses’
performance and advice program team.
S/HE will oversee data collection, verification and reporting.
S/HE
will assess performance of indicator, provide regular feedback of
program achievement against the targets to inform and achieve intended
program outputs and outcomes.
S/HE will build capacity of program
staff, stakeholders and health facility levels including RHMTs and CHMTs
to implement M&E activities and integrate timely and accurate
project data to enhance program planning and decision making.

Specific Responsibilities and Duties:
The
M&E Officer shall develop a close working relationship with the
project officers, heath providers, Community health workers and etc to
ensure quality data is collected and entered in the database. The
M&E officer will be responsible to:

  • Support
    in implementing and overseeing monitoring and evaluation activities in
    the council level, including development of SHDEPHA+ M&E plans and
    data collection frameworks to support data management, and reporting.
  • Support
    data analysis for their respective councils, visualization and use of
    data to assess daily and monthly SHDEPHA+ performance trends and help
    SHDEPHA+ management to interpret program performance and implications of
    data for programming.
  • Participate actively in generating data
    for SHDEPHA+ management monthly and quarterly narrative reports or other
    reports, as needed.
  • Organize and supervises routine internal data quality assessments (DQAs) for each council under management of the SHDEPHA+.
  • Facilitate communication, technical and working linkages between technical team and M&E team within and between councils.
  • Play
    a coordinating function for producing data and feeding to SHDEPHA+
    management for program decision making at council and organizational
    level.
  • Provided technical assistance to project officers on
    developing and monitoring targets in compliance with the developed and
    approved M&E plan.
  • Train and supervise M&E teams in new
    database systems to ensure timely data entry, cleaning on a routine
    basis, generation of data queries and routine progress reports
  • Provide
    technical support in the process of data quality assurances (DQA, Data
    Audit) and data cleaning, ensuring that data generated is of high
    quality.
  • Conduct and coordinate provision of regular data
    collection and entry visits to Community Health workers and identify
    data entry challenges and provide technical assistance on data entry to
    CHW and Peer educator.
  • Organize and coordinate quarterly data
    review meeting at councils’ level by supporting program performance
    presentation preparations, and data interpretation.
  • Organize and manage all Quality Improvement (QI) activities of the SHDEPHA+.
  • Manage
    council level Monitoring and Evaluation Officers (M&EOs) by
    ensuring that they all have performance objectives, conducts one to one
    meeting and regularly evaluate their performance against agreed
    performance goals.
  • Provide daily, weekly and monthly data analysis and presentation to management through daily meetings
  • In
    collaboration with the Regional M&E Officers, train and supervise
    Facility Data Clerks to ensure timely data entry, cleaning on a routine
    basis, generation of data queries and routine progress reports.
  • Conduct
    quarterly data review meeting to Support Zonal M&E staff to conduct
    routine internal data quality assessments (DQAs)
  • Conduct regular data monitoring site visits to CHW and Peers; review and provide feedback on case workers performance
  • Review
    critically reports submitted by CHWs and peers perform data
    verification as needed Set up and maintain data entry and management
    systems including application
  • Perform data entry when needed Other tasks as assigned
  • Perform any other related duties as assigned by the Supervisor from time to time.
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Required Qualifications, Knowledge and Skills:
Education:

  • Degree
    in Information Technology, Computer Science, Health Information
    Systems, public health, sociology, demography, statistics, or other
    social science area.
  • Master’s degree or Academic qualification in monitoring and evaluation will be an added advantage.

Experiences and Skills

  • Required Experience: Minimum of 3 years’ relevant experience in similar position.
  • Strong
    capability in database development and management using MS Access,
    MySQL and statistical analysis programs packages e.g. stata, SPSS.
  • Familiarity with different programming languages e.g.Vb.net, HTML, CSS, OOP.
  • Familiarity with the health information systems.
  • Capable of independently implementing the duties described above.
  • Good facilitation skills.
  • Committed and team player.
  • Experience implementing qualitative and quantitative research a plus
  • Report writing and publication skills
  • Experience with PEPFAR 3.0 funded projects in Tanzania is a plus
  • The
    candidate should have experience in training / workshop facilitation,
    mentoring and proven ability to develop and maintain effective work
    relationships with government and other NGO counterparts.
  • Availability and willingness to travel up to 50% time
  • Fluent communication in both Kiswahili and English.

PROJECT OFFICER
Reports to:
Project Manager
Location: Meru DC
Contract Duration: 1 year (2021-2022)
GET UP SPEAK UP PROJECT: MERU DC, ARUSHA CITY
Service, Health and Development for People Living Positively with HIV/AIDS (SHDEPHA+ Kahama),

Has
been awarded by the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief
Tanzania (PEPFAR) through the Ambassador’s Fund for HIV/AIDS Relief
(AFHR) to implement a community-led monitoring project that will gather
information to assess service quality received by key and vulnerable
populations (KVP), adolescent girls and young women (AGYW), and people
living with HIV/AIDS
PLHIV), and share the data with stakeholders to
address the challenges of HIV services and develop guidelines for HIV
service delivery in Meru DC, Arusha region.

Community-led
monitoring is a process initiated and implemented by local
Community-based organizations and other civil society groups that
gathers quantitative and/or qualitative data about HIV services. The
focus is on getting input from recipients of HIV services in a routine
and systematic manner that will translate into action and change. CLM is
central to PEPFAR’s client centred approach because it puts the needs
and voices of communities at the centre of the HIV response.
Through this award the organization is recruiting a project officer to support the implementation of this project.


Job Summary:
The
Project Officer will be focusing on implementing CLM to gather
quantitative and/or qualitative data about HIV services through a client
centred approach that puts the needs and voices of communities at the
centre of the HIV responses. Additionally, He/she will supervise data
collectors and ensure timely collection of data, facilitate analysis and
sharing of CLM results to help implementing partners, local
governments, and health facilities improve the quality and accessibility
of HIV services.

Description of Roles and Responsibilities

  • He/she should act productive, collaborative, respectful, and solutions-oriented
  • He/she
    should be triangulated with, but not duplicative of, other PEPFAR data
    streams ie CLM data should reflect an ‘added value’ and not duplicate
    collection of routine data already available to PEPFAR through
    Monitoring Evaluation and Reporting (MER) indicators. ‘Added value’
    monitoring data includes: information from beneficiaries about their
    experience with the health facility, information about barriers and
    enablers to access and retention in services etc.
  • He/she should conduct Systematic and routine, with follow up and continuous improvement to data collectors
  • He/she
    should conduct associated follow-up process with the health facility
    that is overseen by U.S. government staff, committed to corrective
    public health action, and involves community advocacy to improve service
    outcomes
  • He/she should be able to collect client feedback,
    negotiating quality improvement solutions with health providers and
    decision-makers, and monitoring progress toward addressing issues to
    ensure clients receive optimal client-centred HIV service
  • He/she should Perform data collection and entry through the project implementation.
  • He/she Must be able to perform qualitative and Quantitative research analysis
  • He/she should be able to implement the application of e software database
  • He/she Must be able to Strong capability in database development and management using MS
  • Access, MySQL and statistical analysis programs packages e.g. stata, SPSS.
  • He/she must be Familiarity with different programming languages e.g.Vb.net, HTML, CSS, OOP.

Minimum required Qualifications, Experience and Skills
Education:

  • Should hold Bachelor’s degree social science, research, Clinical Medicine or Nursing.
  • Master’s Degree in any professional field will be added as an advantage

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Skills:

  • Good understanding of Government of Tanzania health policies.
  • Strong M&E skills and experience in strategic information.
  • Excellent
    written and oral communication skills in Swahili and English including
    excellent training skills in working with adult learner leaners,
    particularly at the community level.
  • Able and willing to work flexible hours as needed without constantly or close supervision
  • Demonstrate leadership and team building skills.
  • Diplomacy
    and negotiation skills that demonstrate ability to collaborate
    coordinate with a range of stakeholders and complex priorities.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding clients’ health status and sensitive information contained in data sources.
  • Ability
    to interact well with all targeted groups and peer outreach workers by
    facilitating a non- judgmental, non-discriminatory, and non-stigmatizing
    environment in the program, to welcome all key and vulnerable
    population beneficiaries regardless of their background.

Experience:

  • At least two (2) years’ experiences in a field position with an organization in public health.
  • Experience in implementation of community programs in health/HIV/TB etc., is preferred.
  • Experienced with PEPFAR 3.0 funded project in Tanzania.
  • Experience implementing program and donor regulations, systems, and procedures.
  • Experience in an Appreciative Inquiry (AI) approach in development and social work.

JOB TITLE: PROJECT OFFICERS (MWANZA) – 4 Posts
Job Description

Reports to: Project Manager
Supervises: Community Health workers, Peer educator and HCW
Location: Mwanza
Contract Duration: 1 year (renewable)
Travel: Up to 70% in intervention regions

Overall Job Function:
In
order to accelerate, expand, and improve the quality of HIV prevention,
care, and treatment in order to meet UNAIDS 95-95-95 targets in
intervention districts, The project offcer will be responsible to manage
day-to-day field implementation of a Community-based HIV/TB prevention
program targeting key and vulnerable populations (KVP). One of the
primary roles will be to coordinate and supervise Community-based HIV/TB
services for target beneficiaries. The project Officer will work
closely with the Project manager, M&E officer and be the primary
liaison with healthcare service providers from health facilities and CHW
and peer educators from community.

Specific Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Develop a work plan for day-to-day program implementation at the district level including supervision of field activities
  • Represent the SHDEPHA+ and coordinate with the Council Health Management Team regarding HIV and health related activities
  • Ensure
    Community-based HIV testing activities are implemented day-to-day
    according to the work plan, and facilitate coordination of logistics as
    needed
  • Supervise the delivery of field-based HIV/TB prevention
    services to beneficiaries by community outreach volunteers, including
    scheduling and implementing day and moonlight mobile outreach campaigns.
  • Support self-testing, index testing, HIV testing and pre- and post-test
    counselling with beneficiaries, and facilitate referrals for HIV
    positive clients.
  • Mentor and supervise peer outreach volunteers
    regularly and frequently during outreach sessions and lead monthly
    outreach CHW and Peer educator’s meetings
  • Ensure adequate supplies of commodities and tools to outreach volunteers and healthcare workers
  • Organize
    healthcare workers who are engaged from health facilities to provide
    services in mobile/Community-based activities via on-site supportive
    supervision and mentoring.
  • Support the identification/screening,
    recruitment, and training of community outreach volunteers from peer
    groups to implement the outreach services.
  • Regularly conduct routine mapping/re-mapping of hot spots and size estimation where targeted populations are found.
  • Participate in the training/orientation of healthcare workers in the selected health facilities on the Community-based program
  • Ensure adequate data collection, timely, complete and clean data from community, facility to the regional team
  • Liaise
    with regional stakeholders and local government authorities on the
    program progress, supportive supervision, data review, data entry and
    data quality assessments to ensure all FIKIA+ project data are updated
    in government system as per National Guidelines and Standard Operating
    Procedures.
  • Develop regional work plans and implementing program
    interventions (such as community based HTC, linkage/referral to health
    facilities, retention, GBV & gender norms, STI/TB screening, condoms
    distribution and family planning) according to the work plan, targets,
    national guidelines/policy, and program SOPs.
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
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Required Qualification, Knowledge and skills:

  • Required
    Education: Medically trained personnel (nurse, clinical officer,
    laboratory technician, MD, social science etc) who have current
    qualifications and training in phlebotomy and HIV testing duties.
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in medicine or nursing will be an added advantage.
  • Master’s Degree in any professional field will be added as an advantage
  • Required Experience: Minimum of 3 years’ experience providing HIV
    testing and counselling services including at least one-year experience
    supervising other staff, with demonstrated familiarity with MOH systems,
    tools and procedures for HIV testing and care management.
  • Preference given to those who have additional experience with Community-based HIV /TB programs targeting KVP.
  • Excellent speaking, reading, and writing skills in English and Kiswahili
  • Excellent computer skills, at minimum with Microsoft Office packages.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding clients’ health status and sensitive information contained in data sources.
  • Flexibility
    to work after normal working hours and weekends at informal gatherings
    and entertainment centres and travel extensively to remote areas,
    including islands.
  • Ability to interact well with all targeted
    groups and peer outreach workers by facilitating a non-judgmental,
    non-discriminatory, and non-stigmatizing environment in the program, to
    welcome all key and vulnerable population beneficiaries regardless of
    their background.
  • Must be a Tanzanian Citizen

HOW TO APPLY: –
If
you meet the criteria given above and interested in the vacancies,
please send an application letter and CV combined in as one document
indicating your present employer and position, daytime telephone
contact, names and addresses of three referees.
SHDEPHA+ Kahama will conduct interviews at Kahama municipal Office for the shortlisted Applicants.

To be considered, your application must be received by 16.30 HOURS on 25th Thursday November 2021 the
subject line of your job application email should mention the job
position that you are applying as it appears in this advertisement.
Failure to do that your application may not easily be retrieved.
All correspondences and applications should be emailed to: recruitmentskahamashdepha@gmail.com

SHDEPHA+
is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its
selection and employment practices based on Age, race, colour, religion,
sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender
identity, marital status, disability, genetic information, age,
membership in an employee Organization, or other non-merit factors.

SHDEPHA+
is committed to the principles of safeguarding in workplace and will
not tolerate any form of abuse, wherever it occurs or whoever is
responsible”

Any Applicant attempting or communicating to
SHDEPHA+ Management or Staff through phone calls, SMS, text emails and
other means will automatically be disqualified from this opportunity.
All communications should be channelled to the provided official
correspondence email above

SHDEPHA+ regrets that only short-listed candidates will be contacted
For more information about the organization, please visit
https://www.shdepha-kahama.com/

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