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3 Zonal Coordinators/Team Leaders Jobs at EngenderHealth Tanzania | Deadline: 20th December, 2018

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Jobs Tanzania: 3 Zonal Coordinators/Team Leaders Jobs Dar es Salaam, Dodoma and Lake Zone at EngenderHealth Tanzania | Deadline: 20th December, 2018
EngenderHealth’s vision is a world where sexual and reproductive health rights are respected as human rights, and women and girls have the freedom to reach their full potential. This emphasis on rights directly underpins EngenderHealth’s values and principles: choice, quality, and excellence. To achieve transformational change leading to true social and economic progress, EngenderHealth partners with diverse organizations across sectors with the shared goals of highlighting women’s value to sustainable development.

EngenderHealth Tanzania is seeking expressions of interest from highly qualified candidates for the HMIS Advisor Position of an anticipated DFID funded programme - Scaling Up Family Planning in Tanzania. This 5-year programme aims to scale up access to FP in rural and urban areas, enabling women to safely plan their pregnancies and improve their sexual and reproductive health and rights. The programme will integrate a comprehensive range of services including care for victims of sexual violence and post-abortion care and will seek innovative ways to reach people with disabilities, refugees and young people with family planning (FP) services.

TITLE: Zonal Coordinator/Team Leader (3 positions)
DUTY STATION: Based either Dar/Coast Regions, Dodoma or Lake zone
REPORTS TO: Senior Program Manager
Job Code: 1301
# of openings: 3
Position Descriptions:
Reporting to the to the Senior Program Manager, the Zonal Coordinator/Team Leader technically assist in the planning, organization, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the overall program activities in the field office.

The Zonal Coordinator oversees the implementation of comprehensive, integrated approaches to strengthen and expand Family Planning, HIV, Comprehensive Post Abortion Care health service and Gender Based Violence intervention through development of project activities and provision of technical assistance in quality and performance improvement, policy and advocacy, community empowerment and participation, service delivery, and the management and use of data for continual improvement, decision-making, and identification of best practices and lessons learned.

Key Qualifications:
  • Assistant Medical Officer or Medical degree with relevant public health and management expertise.
  • Technical knowledge in FP/RH, GBV, and HIV/AIDS
  • At least four years experience at a managerial position with budget and supervisory responsibilities in a donor funded project.
  • Qualification and/or experience in training interventions.
  • Experience working with People living with disability will be an added advantage
  • Proven capacity to direct, develop, manage and inspire a multidisciplinary and professional team in the field office.
  • Demonstrated experience working collegially with other technical staff, experts and staff from the private, public and NGO sector.
  • Intimate knowledge, understanding and experience of the Ministry of Health and PORALG structures and health systems in Tanzania.
  • Demonstrated experience in working and collaborating with DFID and other donor funded organizations will be an added advantage.
  • Ability to prioritize amongst competing demands and working with minimal supervision and organizing in a strict deadline environment.

Essential Soft Skills
  • Self-starter
  • Able to achieve results in collaboration with own and other teams
  • Ability to drive results with limited supervision
  • People oriented

Please visit the careers page at www.engenderhealth.org and search job openings under ‘Tanzania’ location to submit your details by 20th December 2018. Please include details of your salary requirements and salary history.

EngenderHealth provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment, without regard to race, creed, ancestry, citizenship, religion, color, gender, age, national origin, political belief, sexual orientation, genetic information, status as a victim of domestic violence, marital status or disability or any other protected characteristic under applicable federal, state and local laws.