Mekdim Ethiopia National Association (MENA), is an indigenous non-governmental Organization working in the area of HIV/AIDS prevention, Care, Treatment and Support services over the past 2 decades nationally. MENA is now in the process of recruiting employees for its new Ethiopia Epidemic Control grant; USAID HIV Care and Treatment services and invites Competent Candidates to apply for the following vacant position
Major Duties/Job Summary: -
Plan, organize, implement and Monitor site-level care and treatment activities as per the USAID standard operating procedure.
Oversee the overall site-level implementation of CEFs and CRPs to ensure high-level program performance.
Provide day to day technical mentoring support to the CEFs which will facilitate standardized delivery of services to the targeted beneficiaries.
Liaise with local government administration, community care coalition or Community Committees, health facilities and other Community level actors for effective implementation of the project.
In collaboration with the project team, able to organize and facilitate training, review meetings, and workshops.
Facilitate facility-to-community and Community-to-facility referrals to strengthen partnership.
Organize site-level quality improvement team meetings and act as chairperson of the team.
Collect periodic reports from CRPs, CEFs and other community structures, compile appropriately and report to the concerned body on time based on USAID requirement.
Participate in meetings organized by the government and non-government organizations representing MENA.
Term of Employment:
One year with possible extension based on performance
No. of Vacant Positions:
BSc in Nursing, Public Health or MSC in related discipline.
A minimum of (5 years for BSC and 3 years for MSC) work experience (preferably in NGO setting) with similar position; experience working with Community HIV Care and Treatment Activity is advantageous.
The Applicant should be computer literate (MS Word, Excel and Access),
Excellent interpersonal Communication skills and ability to effectively liaise with staff, government and other stakeholders.
Fluency in English and Local Language (Spoken and Written)
Ability to develop and maintain strong relationships with all actors in the implementation sites.
Advanced technical skills are relevant to HIV/AIDS Program for PLHIV, KPP, OVC and Other Vulnerable Groups.
Proven Coaching, Mentoring and leadership experience, particularly in Health and HIV/AIDS-related projects.
Professional registration license and relevant training to the assignment.
Salary: 12,500.00 plus other benefit packages