2 Job Opportunities at THPS – Site Coordinators
Site Coordinators (2 Posts)
Tanzania Health Promotion Support
Health Promotion Support (THPS) is an indigenous NGO established under nongovernmental organization act No 24 of 2002 in 2011. THPS works in partnership with the Ministries of Health
(MOH), Ministry of Community Development Gender Elderly and Special Groups; Regional Administration and Local Governments (PORALG), Ministry of Health in Zanzibar and Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) with a goal of ensuring accessible high-quality health care services to all Tanzanians; through strengthening of health systems for quality health services.
THPS has been awarded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) through
Division of Global Migration and Quarantine (DGMQ) to implement a project titled “Strengthening COVID-19 vaccine delivery among Refugee Settings in in Tanzania (SCoRe)”. The goal of the project is to improve COVID-19 awareness and uptake among refugees, their family and health care workers (HCWs) in Nyarugusu and Nduta refugee camps while simultaneously strengthening the overall vaccine delivery system for long term impact on fighting vaccine preventable diseases.
THPS therefore is seeking competent, experienced, dynamic and qualified candidates to fill the positions listed below.
Job Title: Site Coordinators (2 Posts)
Reports to: Project Coordinator-SCoREcore Project
Position Location: Kigoma
The incumbents will assist the THPS SCoRe Project Coordinator and work closely with district immunization and vaccination officers (R/DIVOs) in strengthening Covid-19 vaccine delivery and uptake among refugee settings in Tanzania. Specifically, they will work with Project Coordinator in overseeing the planning, implementation and monitoring of the COVID -19 vaccination in Nyarugusu or Nduta camps in Kigoma region and ensure GOT targets are reached and all data is entered into the Chanjo-Covid Database and internal monitoring system.
Specific duties and responsibilities:
- Facilitate COVID-19 vaccination activities/outreaches to the community in refugee camps
- Work closely with the regional and council teams to support timely COVID-19 data collection and submission then prepare weekly and monthly reports
- Track progress and regularly present to THPS Score Project coordinator on achievements in the Covid-19 Vaccination.
- Develop and conduct a survey to PLHIV and general population clients who refused COVID-19 vaccination
- Facilitate data entry in the ChanjoCovid systems and other donor system.
- Work with DIVOs to organize stakeholder’s meetings and joint supportive supervision.
- Track and document lessons leant and best practices during the implementation of the program.
- Work with the District M&E Managers/Data Manager to ensure all the teams involved in data collections and entries received key orientation and other necessary capacity building to make sure there is accuracy of reported data
- Ensure that all the teams involved in data collections and entries receive working tools like computers or tablets to keep them productive
- Work with the field teams to identify the specific requirements for instance availability of COVID -19 Data collections tools across all councils in the region
- Work with the available ADOs interns in the facilities to ensure that all clients vaccinated at the facilities and during community campaigns are properly documented in the COVID-19 register and data entry of COVID-19 vaccination uptake for both PLHIV and general population is up to date and complete clearing of all ChanjoCovid back log and real time data entry.
- Work with HCWs at the facility to make sure COVID-19 registers are filled properly and together develop structured data filling workflow at each health facility
- Ensure all project reports daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly reports are of high quality and are produced and submitted on time and entered into government ChanjoCovid reporting systems
- Work with HCWs to identify clients eligible for second dose, generating the list for easy follow-up and ensure that those vaccinated are directly updated in both systems.
- Work with HCWs to identify the list of the clients in MMD who are not vaccinated, develop weekly list for HCWs to trace and offer COVID-19 vaccination in outreach.
- Provide all the necessary support and assistance on data requests at facility or district level to SCoRe’s program staff
- Work very closely with ADO to conduct daily, weekly and monthly tracking of all COVID19 vaccinated clients from all vaccination points at facility and community level ensuring proper documentation of these clients for easy tracking
- Actively participate in COVID-19 QI related activities and ensuring provision of accurate data on monitored indicators by the QI team within respective assigned facilities to check the quality
- Conduct routine analysis of data and display of key set of COVID-19 indicator on a weekly/monthly/quarterly basis, and share findings with the Facility/district and SCoRe staff for use and for decision making
- Ensure all Donor reporting requested are prepared and submitted as requested from your refugee camps
- ensuring that all reports shared are accurate and of high quality.
Participate in internal DQA with DIVOs and participate in the implementation of the recommendations
- Mentor HCWs and Facility Assistant Data Officers on COVID-19 vaccination proper documentation and data management
- Work with R/CHMTs to coordinate participation of MoH, MoHA, PORALG and other IP teams and stakeholders working in refugee camps teams participate in COVID -19 data sharing meetings and joint supportive supervision.
- Carry out other relevant tasks as assigned by supervisor
- Knowledge and qualifications
The applicant MUST have the following minimum qualifications;
- Medical Doctor degree from recognized institutions. Master’s in Public Health, Epidemiology, Sociology are an advantage.
- At least two-years’ experience working in HIV and /or vaccination programs.
- Experience in community sensitization and mobilization and ability to work with community stakeholders i.e. grassroots LGAs, community-based organizations.
- Experience in data management, monitoring and supervision
- Good verbal and written communication skills in English and Kiswahili
Ability to work independently with strong problem-solving skills, transparency and accountability
- A good understanding of public functions and operations in government and/or NGO services.
- Able to meet deadlines for assigned tasks
- Other additional qualification
History of being a COVID-19 champion at community or facility is highly encouraged
How to apply:
Interested applicants should send their application cover letter one page maximum and CV four pages maximum to ([email protected]) by 3rd June, 2022 with a position tittle as a subject line, for example ‘’Site Coordinator’’. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Please do not attach any certificates when submitting online.
THPS is an equal opportunity employer; youth, women, people living with HIV/AIDS and people living with disability are encouraged to apply