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Management and Development for Health (MDH) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization whose primary aim is to contribute to address public health priorities of the people of Tanzania and the world at large. These priorities include: communicable diseases such as HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; Reproductive, Maternal, New-born and Child health (RMNCH); Nutrition; Non-Communicable Diseases of public health significance; as well as Health System Strengthening. MDH strongly believes in and works in partnership with various local and global institutions, Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MOHCDGEC); President’s Office Regional Authorities and Local Government (PORALG); donor agencies; academic and non-academic institutions; implementing partners; civil society, community-based and faith-based organizations and others. All job positions require significant field work and travel up to 80% of the time. MDH seeks to recruit qualified individuals to fill vacancies below:

DISTRICT PROJECT MANAGER (DPM): 5 Posts; Tabora
Reports to Regional Project Manager (RPM)

Requirements: Education, work experience and skills
• Medical Doctor degree with current Medical Council of Tanzania registration
• Master’s degree in Public Health or related field is an added advantage.
• At least 3 years of experience working in public health programs/ services
• At least 3 years of experience in design, implementation, management and M&E of HIV or related
clinical and public health programs and services
• Experience in using CQI, PHE and OR techniques to address public health challenges
• Excellent command of Swahili and English languages, in written and oral communication
• Experience in basic computer applications such as MS Word, Excel, Power point and internet
• Ability to work under pressure and stringent deadlines

REGIONAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH MANAGER (RMCHM): 1 Post; Tabora
Reports to the Regional Project Manager (RPM)

Job Summary: The Regional Maternal and Child Health Manager is MDH’s overall regional technical expert
in all matters pertaining to reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health (RMNCH) programs and services.
She/ He provides technical leadership and oversight of RMNCH related programs and services – including
reproductive and child health, couple HIV testing at antenatal clinic, prevention of mother-to-child
transmission of HIV, Early Infant Diagnosis of HIV, as well as pediatric, adolescent and youth HIV care – in
collaboration with other program and government staff at the region, relevant ministries and MDH HQ.

Duties and Responsibilities
• To lead and oversee planning, implementation, M&E and reporting of PMTCT, EID, Paediatric ART and
relevant RMNCH services under the Afya Kwanza project, in her/his respective region
• To lead implementation of key program initiatives – in her/his unit – to address program, donor and national
priorities -such as index HIV testing, Option B+, male involvement, tracking of mother-infant pairs, followup of EID results and accelerating children’s treatment (ACT) – in line with national guidelines
• To provide TA to the R/DMOs, R/DACCs, R/DRCHCos, CHMTs and HFs in planning, implementation,
M&E and reporting of PMTCT, EID, Paediatric ART and related RMNCH programs and services
• To conduct needs assessment, on PMTCT, EID, Paediatric ART & RMNCH programs and services in
her/his region, and organize efforts to address these needs -; including capacity building and health system
strengthening – in collaboration with the RPM, R/DACCs and R/DRCHCos
• To ensure timely collection and submission of PMTCT, EID, Paediatric ART and RMNCH data – as well
as support strengthening of the related M&E systems – in collaboration with the M&E team
• Lead efforts to robustly analyse & utilize PMTCT, EID, Paediatric ART & RMNCH data to inform plans,
priorities and resource allocation and write reports, best practices and lessons learned for wider
dissemination
• To lead efforts to identify gaps in PMTCT, EID, Paediatric ART and RMNCH; design and implement
operational research (OR), PHE, secondary data analyses and CQI initiatives to address the gaps.
• Implement and manage a robust capacity building program, for PMTCT, EID, Paediatric ART and RMNCH
HCPs; capitalizing on supportive supervision, mentorship and on-job training in line with national guidelines
• To supervise program staff under her/him in her/his respective region
• To actively participate in writing technical program documents including project proposals, work-plans,
reports, best practices, lessons learned and other relevant documents, as required by the RPM.
• To support and advise the RPM on all PMTCT, EID, Paediatric ART and RMNCH issues and perform other
relevant duties as assigned by the RPM

Requirements. Education, work experience and skills
• Medical Doctor degree with current registration from the Medical Council of Tanzania
• Master’s degree in Public Health or related field is an added advantage.
• At least 3 years of experience working in public health programs/ services
• At least 3 years of experience in design, implementation, management and M&E of PMTCT, EID,
Paediatric ART, RMNCH or related clinical and public health programs and services
• Experience in using CQI, PHE and OR techniques to address public health challenges
• Excellent command of Swahili and English languages, in written and oral communication
• Experience in basic computer applications such as MS Word, Excel, Power point and internet
• Ability to work under pressure and stringent deadlines

REGIONAL RETENTION & COMMUNITY LINKAGE MANAGER: 1 Post; Tabora
Reports to the Regional Clinic & SI Senior Manager

Job Summary: The Regional Retention and Community Linkage Manager (RRCLM) is a self-motivated
individual who will provide technical leadership, technical expertise, and key inputs to guide project
implementation pertaining to ART care, tracking retention and community linkage. S/He will work in close
collaboration with the Senior Retention and Community Linkage Manager, other Project Managers, Technical
Advisors and other senior management officials.

Duties and Responsibilities
• To lead and oversee planning, implementation, M&E and reporting of ART Retention, Community
linkage services under the Afya Kwanza project, as well as other relevant activities in her/his
respective council(s)
• To lead implementation of key program initiatives – in her/his unit – to address key program, donor
and national priorities – such as patient tracking, re-engagement, and community-based differentiated
SDM- in line with national guidelines
• To provide TA to the DMO, DACC, CBHC Co, CHMT and HFs in planning, implementation, M&E
and reporting of ART Retention and community linkage programs and services
• To conduct needs assessment, on ART retention and community-based programs and services in
her/his council(s), and organize efforts to address these needs -; including capacity building and health
system strengthening – in collaboration with the RPM, DACC and CBHC Co.
• To ensure timely collection and submission of ART care, tracking and relevant community data – as
well as support strengthening of the related M&E systems – in collaboration with the M&E team
• Lead efforts to robustly analyse and utilize tracking and community data to inform plans, priorities
and resource allocation and write reports, best practices and lessons learned for wider dissemination
• To lead efforts to identify gaps in ART retention and community-based services; design and
implement operational research (OR), PHE, secondary data analyses and CQI initiatives to address
the gaps
• To implement and manage a robust capacity building program, for ART retention & communitybased HCPs; capitalizing on supportive supervision, mentorship and on-job training in line with
national guidelines
• To supervise program staff under her/him in her/his respective council(s)
• To engage and facilitate strategic collaboration with key technical and community-based stakeholders,
in ART retention and community linkages including community leaders and IPs.
• To actively participate in writing technical program documents including project proposals, workplans, reports, best practices, lessons learned and other relevant documents, as required by the RPM.
• To support and advise the Regional Clinical and SI Senior manager on all ART retention and
community linkage issues and perform other relevant duties as assigned by the RCLSISM.

Requirements. Education, work experience and skills
• Medical Doctor degree with current registration from the Medical Council of Tanzania
• Master’s degree in Public Health or related field is an added advantage.
• At least 3 years of experience working in public health programs/ services
• At least 3 years of experience in design, implementation, management and M&E of ART retention,
TB, community linkage or related clinical and public health programs and services
• Experience in using CQI, PHE and OR techniques to address public health challenges
• Excellent command of Swahili and English languages, in written and oral communication
• Experience in basic computer applications such as MS Word, Excel, Power point and internet
• Ability to work under pressure and stringent deadlines

REGIONAL HIV TESTING SERVICES MANAGER (RHTSM): 1 post; Tabora
Reports to the Regional Project Manager.

Job Summary: The Regional HIV Testing Services Manager is MDH’s overall regional technical expert in
all matters pertaining to HIV testing services (HTS) and programs. She/ He provides technical leadership and
oversight of HTS related interventions and services – including focused HTS that employ symptom and risk
screening by expert patients prior to HTS, index HIV testing services, HTS among key and vulnerable
populations as well as linkage to anti-retroviral therapy- in collaboration with other program and government
staff at the region, relevant ministries and MDH HQ.

Duties and Responsibilities
• To lead and oversee planning, implementation, M&E and reporting of HIV testing and ART linkage
services, under the Afya Kwanza project, and other relevant activities in her/his respective region
• To lead implementation of initiatives to address key program, donor and national priorities, including
index testing, focused PITC, peer-based ART linkage, in line with national guidelines
• To provide TA to the R/DMOs, R/DACCs, R/CHMTs, HTS focal persons and HFs in planning,
implementation, M&E and reporting of HIV testing and ART linkage services
• To conduct needs assessment, on HIV testing and ART linkage services in her/his region, and organize
efforts to address these needs -; including capacity building and health system strengthening – in
collaboration with the RPM, R/DACCs, R/CHMTs and HTS focal person
• To ensure timely collection and submission of HTS and ART linkage data – as well as support
strengthening of the related M&E systems – in collaboration with the M&E team
• Lead efforts to robustly analyse and utilize HTS and ART linkage data to inform plans, priorities and
resource allocation and write reports, best practices and lessons learned for wider dissemination
• To lead efforts to identify gaps in HIV testing and ART linkage services; design and implement
operational research (OR), PHE, secondary data analyses and CQI initiatives to address the gaps
• To implement robust capacity building programs, for HIV testing and ART linkage services; capitalizing
on supportive supervision, mentorship and on-job training in line with national guidelines
• To supervise program staff under her/him in her/his respective region
• To actively participate in writing technical program documents including project proposals, work-plans,
reports, best practices, lessons learned and other relevant documents, as required by the RPM.
• To support and advise the RPM on all HIV testing and ART linkage issues and perform other relevant
duties as assigned by the RPM

Requirements. Education, work experience and skills
• Medical Doctor degree with current registration from the Medical Council of Tanzania
• Master’s degree in Public Health or related field is an added advantage.
• At least 3 years of experience working in public health programs/ services
• At least 3 years of experience in design, implementation, management and M&E of HIV testing, ART
linkage or related clinical and public health programs and services
• Experience in using CQI, PHE and OR techniques to address public health challenges
• Excellent command of Swahili and English languages, in written and oral communication
• Experience in basic computer applications such as MS Word, Excel, Power point and internet
• Ability to work under pressure and stringent deadlines

REGIONAL TB/HIV MANAGER: 1Post; Tabora
Reports to the Regional Project Manager

Job Summary: The Regional TB/HIV Manager is a technical expert in all matters pertaining to TB/HIV
programs and services. She/ He provides technical leadership and oversight of TB and TBHIV related
interventions and services. This includes; keeping abreast with key advances in the area of TB/HIV; translating
into practice, key program, national and global priorities in Tuberculosis and HIV; as well as working with
and providing substantive and technical direction and assistance to other MDH staff at supported regions and
districts, key stakeholders at regional and local government authorities.

Duties and Responsibilities
• To lead and oversee planning, implementation, M&E & reporting of TB and TBHIV services under the
Afya Kwanza project, as well as other relevant activities across supported region
• Provide substantive and timely input in the implementation of the Tuberculosis and TB/HIV projects,
including reporting on progress vis-à-vis planned activities and expected outputs.
• To oversee implementation of key program initiatives to address program, donor and national priorities –
such as Intensified TB case finding, TB infection control and Isoniazid Preventive Therapy – in line with
national guidelines
• To oversee needs assessment on TB programs and services and organize efforts to address these needs -;
including capacity building and health system strengthening – in collaboration with the R/DPMs,
R/DACCs and R/DTLCs.
• To ensure timeliness and accuracy of relevant TB data – as well as support strengthening of the related
M&E systems – in collaboration with the M&E team
• Ensure timely collection and provision of requested information for the quarterly progress reports.
• Lead efforts to robustly analyse and utilize TB/HIV data to inform plans, priorities and resource allocation
and write reports, best practices and lessons learned for wider dissemination
• To lead efforts to identify gaps in TB and TBHIV services; design and implement operational research
(OR), PHE, secondary data analyses and CQI initiatives to address these gaps
• To Participate in district and regional meetings and consultations to share and disseminate MDH
experience and models of TB/HIV services integration and coordination.
• To assist the program and country to rollout and scale-up suitable models for TB/HIV, in collaboration
with Ministries of Health, Global Fund and other stakeholders.
• To implement & manage a robust capacity building program HCPs supporting TB and TBHIV clinics;
capitalizing on supportive supervision, mentorship & on-job training in line with national guidelines
• To supervise program staff under her/him across all supported regions and councils
• To engage and facilitate strategic collaboration with key technical and community-based stakeholders, in
TB control and TBHIV including community leaders and IPs.
• To lead efforts in writing technical program documents including project proposals, work-plans, reports,
best practices, lessons learned and other relevant documents, as required by the RPM.
• To support and advise the regional project manager on all TB and TBHIV issues and perform other
relevant duties as assigned by her/his supervisor

Requirements. Education, work experience and skills
• Medical Doctor degree with current registration from the Medical Council of Tanzania
• Master’s degree in Public Health or related field is an added advantage.
• At least 3 years of experience working in public health programs/ services
• At least 3 years of experience in design, implementation, management and M&E of HIV testing, ART
linkage or related clinical and public health programs and services
• Experience in using CQI, PHE and OR techniques to address public health challenges
• Excellent command of Swahili and English languages, in written and oral communication
• Experience in basic computer applications such as MS Word, Excel, Power point and internet
• Ability to work under pressure and stringent deadlines

MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH (MCH) OFFICERS: 2 posts; Tabora
Reports to the Regional Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Manager

Job Summary: The Maternal and Child Health (MCH) officer works with and supports the MDH RMCH
Manager to ensure efficient implementation, M&E and reporting of reproductive, maternal, newborn and child
health (RMNCH) services in her/his respective region, including pediatric, adolescent and youth HIV
prevention, testing, care and anti-retroviral treatment services. She/he is responsible for the field
implementation, coordination and reporting of all MCH initiatives in her/his respective region under the
guidance of the RMCHM and in collaboration with DPMs and other MDH staff and relevant regional, council
and health facility staff.

Duties and Responsibilities
• To support the Regional MCH Manager in implementation, M&E and reporting of PMTCT, EID,
Paediatric ART and RMNCH services under the Afya Kwanza project, in line with project work-plan
• To support implementation of initiatives to address key program, donor and national priorities – such as
index HIV testing, Option B+, male involvement, tracking of mother-infant pairs, follow-up of EID results
and accelerating children’s treatment (ACT) – in line with national guidelines
• To provide TA to the DACC, DRCHCo, RCH In-charges and HCPs in planning, implementation, M&E
and reporting of PMTCT, EID, Paediatric ART and related RMNCH programs and services
• To support RMCH Manager to asses and implement initiatives to address skill and resource needs in
PMTCT, EID, Paediatric ART & RMNCH services through supportive supervision, mentorship, on-job
training, CQI and other approaches in collaboration with DACC, DRCHCo and RCH-Incharges
• To support timely collection and submission of PMTCT, EID, Paediatric ART and RMNCH data – as well
as support strengthening of the related M&E systems – in collaboration with the M&E team
• To support the RMCH Manager in writing technical program documents including, reports, best practices,
lessons learned and other relevant documents
• To support and advise RMCH Manager on all PMTCT, EID, Paediatric ART and RMNCH issues and
perform other relevant duties as assigned by the RMCH Manager

Requirements. Education, work experience and skills
• Degree or Advanced diploma in medicine, nursing or related field with relevant national registration
• Master’s degree in Public Health or related field is an added advantage.
• At least 2 years of experience working in public health programs/ services
• At least 2 years of experience in design, implementation, management and M&E of PMTCT, EID,
Paediatric ART, RMNCH or related clinical and public health programs and services
• Experience in using CQI, PHE and OR techniques to address public health challenges
• Experience in writing reports, best practices and lessons learned
• Excellent command of Swahili and English languages, in written and oral communication
• Experience in basic computer applications such as MS Word, Excel, Power point and internet
• Ability to work under pressure and stringent deadlines

RETENTION AND COMMUNITY LINKAGE (RCL) OFFICERS: 2 Posts; Tabora
Reporting to Regional Retention & Community Linkage Manager

Job Summary: The Retention and Community linkage (RCL) officer works with and supports the MDH
RRCL Manager to ensure efficient implementation, M&E and reporting of all antiretroviral therapy retention
and community linkage (RCL) services in her/his respective region, including patient tracking, net loss followup, and health facility-community linkages. She/he is responsible for the field implementation, coordination
and reporting of all RCL initiatives in her/his respective region under the guidance of the RRCLM and in
collaboration with DPMs and other MDH staff and relevant regional, council and health facility staff.

Duties and Responsibilities
• To support implementation, M&E and reporting of ART Retention and Community linkage services under
the Afya Kwanza project, as well as other relevant activities.
• To support implementation of initiatives to address key program, donor and national priorities – such as
patient tracking, SMS reminder, promise-to-come and SDM- in line with national guidelines
• To provide TA to the DACC, CBHC Co and HFs in planning, implementation, M&E and reporting of
ART Retention and community linkage services
• To support RRCL Manager to asses and implement initiatives to address skill and resource needs in ART
retention and community linkage services through supportive supervision, mentorship, on-job training,
CQI and other approaches in collaboration with CBHCCo
• To support timely collection and submission of ART care, tracking and relevant community data – as
well as support strengthening of the related M&E systems – in collaboration with the M&E team
• Strengthen existing and support establishment of additional Adherence support groups to facilitate ART
adherence and retention in care
• Strengthen effective internal and external referral system is in place to ensure smooth patient movement
across sites and minimize net losses.
• To support RRCL Manager in writing technical program documents including reports, best practices,
lessons learned and other relevant documents
• To support and advise the RRCL Manager on all ART retention and community linkage issues and
perform other relevant duties as assigned by the RRCL Manager

Requirements. Education, work experience and skills
• Degree or Advanced diploma in medicine, nursing or related field with relevant national registration
• Master’s degree in Public Health or related field is an added advantage.
• At least 2 years of experience working in public health programs/ services
• At least 2 years of experience in design, implementation, management and M&E of ART retention,
community linkage or related clinical and public health programs and services
• Experience in using CQI, PHE and OR techniques to address public health challenges
• Experience in writing reports, best practices and lessons learned
• Excellent command of Swahili and English languages, in written and oral communication
• Experience in basic computer applications such as MS Word, Excel, Power point and internet
• Ability to work under pressure and stringent deadlines

TB-HIV OFFICERS:2 Post; Tabora
Reporting to Regional TB/HIV Manager

Job Summary: The TB/HIV Officer works with and supports the MDH RTB-HIV Manager to ensure efficient
implementation, M&E and reporting of TB/HIV services in her/his respective region including direct field
coordination of key program priorities such as Isoniazid prevention therapy (IPT), intensified TB case finding
and multi-drug resistant TB diagnosis and management. She/he is responsible for field implementation,
coordination and reporting of TB-HIV initiatives in her/his respective region under the guidance of the RTBHIVM and in collaboration with DPMs and other MDH staff and relevant regional, council and health facility
staff.

Duties and Responsibilities
• To support implementation, M&E and reporting of TB-HIV services under the Afya Kwanza project, as
well as other relevant activities.
• To support implementation of initiatives to address key program, donor and national priorities – such as
intensive TB screening and case finding among PLHIVs and IPT- in line with national guidelines
• To provide TA to the DACC, DTLC and HFs in planning, implementation, M&E and reporting of TBHIV services
• To support RTB-HIV Manager to assess and implement initiatives to address skill and resource needs in
TB-HIV services through supportive supervision, mentorship, on-job training, CQI and other approaches
in collaboration with R/DTLC
• To support timely collection and submission of TB-HIV data – as well as support strengthening of the
related M&E systems – in collaboration with the M&E team
• To support RTB-HIV Manager in writing technical program documents including reports, best practices,
lessons learned and other relevant documents
• To support and advise the RTB-HIV Manager on all TB-HIV issues and perform other relevant duties as
assigned by the RTB-HIV Manager

Requirements. Education, work experience and skills
• Degree or Advanced diploma in medicine, nursing or related field with relevant national registration
• Master’s degree in Public Health or related field is an added advantage.
• At least 2 years of experience working in public health programs/ services
• At least 2 years of experience in design, implementation, management and M&E of TB-HIV or related
clinical and public health programs and services
• Experience in using CQI, PHE and OR techniques to address public health challenges
• Experience in writing reports, best practices and lessons learned
• Excellent command of Swahili and English languages, in written and oral communication
• Experience in basic computer applications such as MS Word, Excel, Power point and internet
• Ability to work under pressure and stringent deadlines

REGIONAL HIV TESTING SERVICES (HTS) OFFICER:2 posts; Tabora
Reports to the Regional HIV Testing Services Manager.

Job Summary: The HIV Testing Services (HTS) officer works with and supports the MDH RHTS Manager
to ensure efficient implementation, M&E and reporting of HTS services in her/his respective region, including
coordination of program priorities such as index HTS and focused PITC. She/he is responsible for the field
implementation, coordination and reporting of all HTS initiatives in her/his respective region under the
guidance of the RHTSM and in collaboration with DPMs and other MDH staff and relevant regional, council
and health facility staff.

Duties and Responsibilities
• To support implementation, M&E and reporting of HIV testing and ART linkage services, under the Afya
Kwanza project, and other relevant activities
• To support implementation of initiatives to address key program, donor and national priorities, including
index testing, focused PITC, peer-based ART linkage, in line with national guidelines
• To provide TA to the DACC, HTS focal person and HFs in planning, implementation, M&E and reporting
of HIV testing and ART linkage services
• To support RHTS Manager to asses and implement initiatives to address skill and resource needs on HIV
testing and ART linkage services through supportive supervision, mentorship, on-job training, CQI and
other approaches in collaboration with DACCs and HTS focal persons
• To support timely collection and submission of HTS and ART linkage data – as well as support
strengthening of the related M&E systems – in collaboration with the M&E team
• To support HTS Manager in writing technical program documents including reports, best practices,
lessons learned and other relevant documents, as required by the RPM.
• To support and advise the RHTS Manager on all HIV testing and ART linkage issues and perform other
relevant duties as assigned by the RHTS Manager



Requirements. Education, work experience and skills
• Degree or Advanced diploma in medicine, nursing or related field with relevant national registration
• Master’s degree in Public Health or related field is an added advantage.
• At least 2 years of experience working in public health programs/ services
• At least 2 years of experience in design, implementation, management and M&E of HIV testing, ART
linkage or related clinical and public health programs and services
• Experience in using CQI, PHE and OR techniques to address public health challenges
• Experience in writing reports, best practices and lessons learned
• Excellent command of Swahili and English languages, in written and oral communication
• Experience in basic computer applications such as MS Word, Excel, Power point and internet
• Ability to work under pressure and stringent deadlines

REGIONAL MONITORING AND EVALUATION MANAGER:1 post ;Tabora
Reporting to the Regional Project Manager

Job Summary: The Monitoring and Evaluation Manager will provide strategic vision, management guidance
and oversight of Afya Kwanza project. She/He will lead MDH’s technical support for strengthening of regional
and national HIV M&E systems, as well as project M&E, ensuring that all activities meet the highest technical
standards. She/he will oversee teams focused on design and implementation of M&E strategies, data
quality assurance, associated frameworks, and methodologies as well as knowledge management and
global technical leadership activities framework to enable all parties to share and access all knowledge and
information.

Duties and Responsibilities.
• The M&E Manager is responsible in coordinating program monitoring and reporting activities for Care
and Treatment, Laboratory, TB/HIV and Prevention of Mother To Child Transmission (PMTCT),
Prevention and Community programs.
• Provide technical assistance in strengthening the national M&E system for all MDH supported programs
• Build capacity of site staff and council health management teams to set a functional groundwork for
efficient data collection, entry, compilation and timely reporting at site level, district level and regional
level.
• Contribute to development and implementation of the organization’s M&E framework including indicator
mapping
• Develop and implement standard operating procedures for data collection, collation, verification and use
at each level of the health information system.
• Prepare quarterly, semi-annual and annual progress reports within described deadlines
• Facilitate utilization of reports at site level and district level for program planning, management and
evaluation.
• Lead the preparation of M&E based quarterly feedback reports to the sub grantees to district partners, and
Ministry of Health partners.
• Participate in periodic data quality assessment activities to track progress in data management at individual
sites focussing in different supported program areas
• Liaising with the Evaluation and Research coordinator in identifying areas for operational research.
• Writing and dissemination of lessons learned and best practices
• Oversee timely site and district level target distribution and monitor and report monthly on target
performance to program team and senior management team
• Carry out any other responsibilities as assigned by the immediate supervisor.

Requirements: Education, Experience and skills
• A degree in Computer Science , Statistics or equivalent. Master’s in public health or Monitoring
and Evaluation will be an added advantage.
• Previous work experience in M&E in HIV related interventions.
• Knowledge in various statistical data packages including Epi info, Stata, etc is very essential
• Computer literacy, with comfortable working experience with the basic Microsoft packages
(Word, Excel & power point, and Access).
• Excellent written and oral communication in English and Kiswahili
• Ability to work under pressure and timely meet deadlines
• Ability to plan, implement independently or in a team

DATA & ICT MANAGER: 1 post; Tabora
Reporting to Regional Clinical & SI Senior Manager

Job Summary: The Data and ICT Manager is responsible for in-country management, storage, and security
of data, as well as other technical aspects of the population-based surveys conducted on tablets. S/he will work
to ensure delivery of clean, high-quality survey data and troubleshoot possible ICT challenges during data
collection.

a. Data Duties-
• Develop and maintain a core database and associated data entry and analysis applications
• Design, implement and maintain a database management system using SQL, SAS and Microsoft
Access
• Manage and support the Ministry of Health CTC-2 database .
• Train staff on the current software applications and data related issues
• Develop and maintain software applications using Visual Basic
• Support coordination of data management, quality control, carrying out research, and analysis and
report writing
• Support the development of supportive supervision and data auditing guidelines for all the data
recording and reporting system supported by MDH
• Coordinate the support and mentorship to districts and health facilities teams on data management
processes
• Timely production of all relevant reports required by the organization
• Coordinate appropriate documentation of all activities performed in the data unit
• Actively participate in publication of at least one peer reviewed journal each year
• And all other tasks as assigned by the supervisor

b. ICT Duties-
• Evaluate and/or recommend purchases of computers, network hardware, peripheral equipment, and
software;
• Investigate user problems, identify their source, determine possible solutions, test and implement
solutions.
• Install, configure, and maintain personal computers, workstations, file servers, network cabling, and
other related equipment, devices, and systems; adds or upgrades and configures modems, disk drives,
data acquisition boards, CD ROM units, printers, and related equipment.
• Perform and/or oversee software and application development, installation, and upgrades.
• Maintain site licenses for department/organization.
• Plan and implement network security, including building firewalls, applying cryptography to network
applications, managing host security, file permissions, backup and disaster recovery plans, file system
integrity, and adding and deleting users.
• Troubleshoot networks, systems, and applications to identify and correct malfunctions and other
operational difficulties.
• Develop and conduct various training and instruction for system users on operating systems, relational
databases, and other applications; assist users in maximizing use of networks and computing systems.
• Identify utilization patterns and their effect on operation/system availability and performance
expectations.
• Anticipate communication and networking problems and implement preventive measures.
• Establish and perform maintenance programs following company and vendor standards.
• Ensure timely user notification of maintenance requirements and effects on system availability.
• Investigate, recommend and install enhancements and operating procedures that optimize network
availability.
• Maintain confidentiality about the information being processed, stored or accessed by the network.
• Document network problems and resolutions for future reference.

Requirements: Education, Work experience and Skills
• A minimum bachelor’s degree in computer science, Health Informatics, Database development,
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) or management of data systems is a
requirement. Master’s degree will be an added advantage
• Additional training in statistics or public health will be added advantage
• A minimum of 4 years’ experience in working at management level position for data systems
especially in HIV care and treatment setting
• At least 3 years’ Experience as IT administrator
• Demonstrated data analysis and report writing skills using
• Experience using the government CTC-2 database, or equivalent
• Ability to communicate fluently in both English and Kiswahili
• Ability to work both individually and as part of a team with minimal supervision

DISTRICT DATA OFFICERS : 5 posts; Tabora
Reporting to District Project Manager.

Job Summary:
District Data Officer is a key person in the district to ensure Afya Kwanza data collection,
organization, reporting and use. She/he is responsible for maintaining databases in all facilities
including troubleshooting challenges reported by data officers. DDOs oversees and supports data
officers to undertake their routine tasks on day to day basis.

Duties and Responsibilities.
• Developing, modifying, and maintaining databases in the respective district.
• Developing data input controls, range and logic checks, and other data management processes
based on input from other team members.
• Ensuring the accuracy of data entry and collaborate with study-specific data supervisors to resolve
data entry issues.
• Designing, modifying, generating, and maintaining database reports using Microsoft Access in
collaboration with other District Data Officers.
• Training data team in the use of data entry and cleaning programs.
• Training Data Supervisors to develop and implement ad hoc queries; and provide them with
technical assistance in running data cleaning programs, to resolve discrepancies in data entry.
• Perform programming to manipulate and clean data, create variables and format libraries, develop
queries for data cleaning, and prepare analysis datasets; analyse and tabulate data; and create
graphic representations of statistical information
• Working with Data Supervisors to develop standard operating procedures for QA/QC, evaluation
of data entry accuracy, and work performance of the data team staff members
• Monitor district progress on weekly basis and work with district project manager to report on
weekly and monthly district performance.
• Mentor facility staff on data analysis and reporting to ensure data driven decision making
• Developing relevant knowledge and skills through training and self-study; remain current on new
trends in DBMS; and inform program development management
• Any other duty as assigned by immediate supervisor.

Requirements: Education, work experience and work experience:
• Advanced Diploma or bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Statistics or related field
• Minimum of two years of data management and or programming
• Able to work with MS Access and Visual Basic or Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)
• Good in both oral and written English and Kiswahili
• Able to work independently and in team
• Able to generate reports from various data bases
• Experience in working in working in donor funded programs and clinical research trials will be an added
advantage.

LAB AND SUPPLY CHAIN OFFICER : 1 post; Tabora
Reporting to Regional Project Manager.
Regional Laboratory and Supply Chain Officer is a self-motivated individual who will be responsible for
providing oversight to Laboratory support services and supply chain management systems of HIV/AIDS care
and treatment programs at the regional/district and MDH supported facilities. His/ Her main objective is to
ensure good performance of MDH supported laboratories in diagnostic, safety and quality assurance including
un-interrupted availability of health commodities at districts/sites. She/he will work in close collaboration
with the relevant regional, district and facility level health management teams.

A: Laboratory-Duties and Responsibilities.
• The LSCSO is responsible for ensuring that MDH supported sites meet national standard for laboratory
practice required to support all project activities, including capacity building of laboratory personnel
through training and mentorship.
• Ensuring good quality clinical laboratory testing in MDH supported private and public sites by assessing
site needs, identifying areas for quality improvement and provide technical assistance.
• Ensure Lab manuals, guidelines work sheets and forms are utilizes appropriately and ensure availability of
reagents and other lab supplies.
• Play supportive role in provision of technical assistance for the selected labs for accreditation, as directed
by the MDH Laboratory Services Manager.
• Assist the Lab Services Manager in the development of proposals, budgets, work-plans and reports related
to MDH’s Laboratory services support activities.
• Facilitate reports by preparing quarterly, semiannually and annually reports.
• Prepare laboratories to meet performance indicators as set by CDC
• Work closely with health facility laboratory manager and quality officer in developing and/or refining
guidelines and protocols for laboratory services
• Provide daily support to MDH specialized laboratory to ensure smooth operation of the laboratory
according to GCLP
• Assist in the implementation, monitoring, and documentation of laboratory test results.
• Institute and monitor the use of internal quality control in all tests performed
• Review quality control data and assure that patient results are not reported when tolerance limits are
exceeded.
• Advise the laboratory manager on quality control/quality assurance issues and ensure participation in
proficiency testing programmers.
• Assist in the development of SOPs for implementation, site assessment follow-up and corrective action
and quality assurance procedures.
• Assists in the calibration of instruments; performance of preventative and corrective maintenance,
function checks, and repairs on instruments and equipment.
• Work together with the CHMTs in the provision of technical assistance and supportive supervision to
district laboratory network.
• Perform other job-related duties as assigned by the MDH Laboratory Services Manager.

B: Supply Chain Management: Duties & responsibilities
• LSCO is responsible for ensuring that MDH supported sites meets national standard for related medicines
and commodity supply chain management by:
o Providing TA to regional and districts teams to ensure MDH supported sites/districts meet
national standards
o Ensuring that relevant staff at MDH supported sites/districts are trained to provide high quality of
Pharmaceuticals services
o Identify training needs for sites, districts and regional Pharmacists
o Facilitate trainings on good practice in health commodities Logistics systems for MDH site staff
o Collaborate with National, regional and district levels to conduct a mentorship program
• Ensure uninterrupted supply of HIV/AIDS commodities at all MDH supported sites by
o Annual forecasting and budgeting of needs in HIV/AIDS commodities including lab commodities
for each single site/district during planning
o Ensuring that each single site/district has adequate buffer stock off all HIV/AIDS commodities
including lab reagent and consumables and assist in redistribution of products before out of stock
o Providing technical assistance to regional/district pharmacists and sites in forecasting and
ordering of ARVs and related commodities from the MSD
o Ensuring that technical procedures for procurement, distribution and dispensation are respected at
all sites according to the standard operating procedures
o Keep track of drug flow between stores and MDH supported sites and continuously update and
educate site staff on developments and issues related to new medicine formulations, national and
zonal ARV and OI medicines stocks update
o Provide TA to districts/sites to maintain the inventory of drugs and laboratory commodities and
reagents that are present at both storage facilities and all MDH supported site pharmacies/Labs
o Make sure that all dispensing rooms at the various sites have the necessary infrastructure and can
function efficiently.
o Assist R/CHMTs members to conduct quarterly logistics data quality assessments (LDQA’s) of
10 sites per district to ensure that all supplies including medicines and laboratory reagents reach
its intended beneficiaries.
• Play key role in the development of proposals, budgets, work plans, and reports related to MDH activities
concerning pharmaceuticals and commodities management
• Facilitate preparation of quarterly, semiannually and annually narrative reports to be submitted to key
stakeholders
• Follow up collection of monthly information about the stock at all MDH supported sites/districts, and
share with respective key stakeholders
• Providing regular information to MoH /NACP on any challenges associated with HIV/AIDS commodities
and HIV Rapid test kits availability at the supported regions.
• Liaising with the Pharmaceutical and Supply chain advisor and municipal counterparts on quarterly basis
to address any concerns or problems that they are faced with regarding supply chain issues of
HIV/AIDS/Malaria commodities and related supplies.
• Actively participate and advise management in solicitation and writing of proposals for new grants/
business development
• Identify questions for operational research and actively lead OR to demonstrate best practices in ARVs
and related commodities supply chain system management
• Actively perform supportive supervisions to MDH supported sites and use these supervisions to strengthen
their capacity on issues related to supply chain management.
• Carry out any other job-related responsibilities as assigned by the supervisor.

Required Qualifications: Education, Work experience and skills
• Senior pharmacist with degree/diploma in pharmacy
• Public Health background
• 3 years of experience in Health commodities management within public and private sector (forecasting,
procurement, distribution and monitoring);
• 3 years’ experience previous work in HIV/AIDS prevention of Care and Treatment program or projects
• In-depth understanding/knowledge of national and international drugs/ARV policy and procurement
issues an advantage.
• Excellent written and oral communication in English and Kiswahili
• Management of data base in access or other relevant software
• Experienced in computer software applications such as MS Word, Excel, and the Internet.

GRANTS OFFICER: 1 post; Tabora
Reporting to Regional Project Manager.

Job Summary:
To be responsible for finance & administrative compliance and risk management working closely with
programme staff and Sub grantee organizations/LGAs to assist them in planning, granting, budget and
financial management. Oversee Sub grantee financial reporting, budgeting, auditing and compliance
to agreed guidelines, procedures and policies. To build the financial and budget management capacity
of Sub grantees through training and support. To improve the capacity of other MDH staffs to
understand and uphold both MDH’s and donors’ financial policies, regulations and procedures and
proactively manage contracts and risk within respective projects and programmes.

Duties and responsibilities:
• Grants management by tracking, developing internal reporting systems working with staff to ensure
project or program is meeting proposal conditions and expectations
• Responsible for pre-award budget development and post award re-budgeting
• Accurate and timely submission of all grant budgets
• Preparation of grant applications; submission and tracking of grant applications; liaise with MDH
management, and subcontract institutions to coordinate grant application
• Monitoring grant expenditures to budgets; preparation of monthly budget reconciliations and updates
• Communicating with supervisor regarding expenditures and resolution of deviations from budget to
ensure accurate expense allocation to sponsored awards
• Reporting on key grant performance indicators and reviewing and approving of accounts payable
• Ensuring obligation of all invoices prior to final grant report submission
• Preparation of grant specific financial reports and preparation of grant close-out financial reports
• Coordination of timely effort reporting and cost allocation
• Submission of timely payroll changes for authorization
• Preparation for grant specific and or general-purpose audits, including audit planning and preparation,
assisting auditors with field work and timely resolution of audit issues
• Any other duties as prescribed by MDH Senior Management.

Requirements: Education, work experience and Skills
• A minimum of bachelor’s degree in business administration or a related field.
• A minimum of 3 years in grants management including budget development
• Knowledge of funding policies and procedures and USG regulations
• Knowledge of administering contracts and agreements
• Ability to coordinate the development and submission of funding proposals, make necessary
administrative decisions/judgements ant provide required advice to senior management.
• Ability to mobilize resources, establish priorities and meet deadlines.
• Ability to generate reports and make presentations
• Ability to work both independently and in team.

PROJECT ACCOUNTANT: 1 post; Tabora
Reporting to Finance and Administration Manager

Duties and Responsibilities.
• Processing duly approved disbursements of both cash and banking adherence to policy and procedures.
• Ensuring that all payment requisitions are complete with all the necessary support documentation such as
pro-forma invoices/bids, local purchase order, selection minutes, delivery notes, tax invoices, etc. before
making payment. Also, ensuring that all payments are properly coded and cancelled by PAID stamp.
• Recording and posting of approved financial transactions into the accounting system
• Making and processing advance payments including but not limited to travel advances, sub
contractors/grantee advances, etc.
• Ensuring office costs are identified and correctly apportioned and charged to the respective
projects/donors and other costs centres.
• Performing day to day banking activities and Report and highlight items of attentions to the management.
• Maintaining of accounting records and filling them in an appropriate manner.
• Assist in budgeting preparation process for the program and assist out in preparation of monthly and
quarterly expenditure reports.
• Accurate, timely and efficient preparation of payroll as approved ensuring compliance with internal
guidance and laid down policies & procedures.
• Prepare monthly statutory returns e.g. PAYE and Statutory contributions in a timely and accurate manner
and to ensure all filing is appropriately done.
• Prepare and follow up tax exemption processes for the organization, Management and Development for Health. Prepare MDH annual returns for filing with TRA
• Ensure adherence to accounting and financial standards as per IFRS, ISA and Tanzania legislation, with comprehensive internal policies and procedures.
• Perform any other task as assigned by Finance Manager

Requirements: Education, work experience and skills
• University degree in Business, Finance, Administration or Accounting
• At least 3-year experience in accounting job.
• Professional qualification would be an added advantage
• Knowledge and experience on accounts payable, receivable, cash, bank, and maintaining general ledger.
• Ability to maintain a high level of accuracy in preparing financial and accounting information.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality concerning financial and employees/vendors files.
• Practical knowledge and skills in Payroll preparations.
• Excellent interpersonal skills, bookkeeping skills, attention to details.
• Skills in running accounting software and the general computer literacy
• Ability to manage time and observing deadlines
• Honest and trustworthy, respectful and depicting sound work ethics.

PROJECT ADMINISTRATION OFFICER- 1 Post; Tabora
Reporting to the Finance and Administration Manager.

Duties and responsibilities:
• Manages and makes personnel recommendation for decisions on staff under administration division in terms of the recruitment, professional development, performance appraisal, and training needs of the facility, procurement and supply chain department.
• Oversees and supervises the daily performance, giving required mentoring and support to improve
performance and carry out performance evaluation to subordinates.
• Responsible for preparing, maintaining/revising policies and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) on respective departments.
• Supervises and oversees procurement processes that include but not limited to the requisitioning, quotation search, evaluation, selection, delivery, inspection and verification of goods and services.
• Represents department at various meetings with administration, external agencies, professional organizations, and other groups.
• Reviews, analyses, researches and recommends to the management on cost cut and cost savings strategies in order to realize more targets and increase operational efficiency.
• Develops procurement plan on a regular basis based on work plan and budgets and ensures that procurement for program and operations are executed within the approved budget and timely with full compliance with organization and donors’ requirements.
• Maintenance of fixed assets register participates in stock taking and analyses and reconciles variances.
Performs periodic cost analysis of the organization properties.
• Oversees projects stock levels to avoid out of stock situation and promotes best practices
• Oversees fleet utilization, timely maintenance and repair
• To ensure office building is maintained in good condition at all times
• Maintain MDH Tabora store through receiving, issuing, keeping records and reporting.
• Does any other job-related activity as given by the supervisor

Required Qualifications: Education, work experience and skills
• A Bachelor’s degree or Diploma in Business Administration or related field.
• 5 year experience in logistics administration and operations in a recognized organization.
• Experience in managing facility and program logistics in donor funded projects.
• Good communications skills with fluency in spoken and written English and Kiswahili.
• Computer software applications working experience such as MS Word and Excel.
• Ability to plan, develop and work both independently and as part of a team
• A person of high level integrity and honesty
• Hardworking and ready to work under pressure to meet deadlines

GENERAL SERVICE DRIVERS: 5 Posts; Tabora
Reporting to the Project Administration Officer.
Duties and Responsibilities
• Drive the project vehicle safely; transporting authorized personnel/passengers.
• Maintain a clean record of all journeys, daily mileage, fuel consumption, oil changes and greasing.
• Ensure day-to-day maintenance of the assigned vehicle, perform minor repairs
• Comply with laws and regulations for safe driving.
• Observe the safety and security procedures.
• Ensure that all accessories of the vehicles are maintained and checked at all times.
• Keep a valid driving License and the vehicle’s insurance up to date all the time.
• Perform all other duties as may be assigned by the immediate supervisor.

Requirements: Education, work experience and skills
• Secondary School education is essential
• Driving Certificate from a recognized institution
• Keen on the wellbeing of the given vehicle
• Honest, Trustworthy, and able to maintain confidentiality.
• At least 5 years of work experience as driver
• Ability to record and keep trip information as trained
• Ability and willingness to work for long hours even outside working hours.

OFFICE SERVICE ATTENDANT: 1 post; Tabora
Reporting to the Project Administration Officer

Duties and Responsibilities:
Reporting to the administrative assistant, an office service attendant shall be responsible for:
• Maintaining general safety and security, by being visible in the environment and informing the Project Administrative assistant of any concern
• Maintaining appearance and overall facility environment by completing daily tasks
• Managing equipment inventory by checking in/out items to members and reporting lost or damaged
equipment to the supervisor
• Supervising users to ensure the facilities, equipment and supplies are used in a safe, responsible manner; address personal actions that are considered inappropriate as per policies set
• Responding to the needs of various users and coordinate and assist with facility setup.
• Performing custodial responsibilities and miscellaneous job related duties as directed by immediate supervisor.

Requirements: Education work experience and skills:
• At least two years of Secondary School education
• A certificate from VETA or any training institution is an advantage
• At least 3-year work experience in similar position.

TO APPLY:
Interested candidates for any of the above positions should submit an application letter indicating clearly the position applied for, a detailed copy of their CV, and contact information (email addresses and telephone numbers) of three work related referees. MDH don’t have any agents and don’t charge any fees to the interested candidates. Applications should be submitted by August 7, 2019, to the Human Resource Manager through e-mail hr@mdh-tz.org or dropped by hand at the MDH Head Office in Mikocheni, along Mwai Kibaki Road, Plot No. 802.
Kindly note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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