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Community Health Rights Advocacy (CHeRA) is a sub-recipient of FHI360 award, implementing a USAID/PEPFAR funded Key Population Investment Fund (KPIF) project. Clinical Coordinator is a part-time position within CHeRA KPIF project establishment.
The District Coordinator will implement HIV biomedical interventions among key population (KP) under the KPIF program in conformity with the Malawi National Strategic Plan of the National AIDS Commission. KPIF Project is being implemented across six districts: Lilongwe, Balaka, Phalombe, Blantyre and Mangochi, providing comprehensive HIV prevention, care and treatment services including HIV testing services, ART initiation through ‘Test and Start”, ART refills, screening for tuberculosis and sexually transmitted infections including behavioral and structural interventions response among Key Populations.
In collaboration with the respective Directorate of Health and Social Service Offices, S/he will work with health facility teams to ensure provision of integrated SRH services are reached to underserved Key Populations through Outreach Mobile clinics.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Coordinate comprehensive HIV Prevention, sexual reproductive health, and HIV testing Services at mobile outreach clinics as per national guidelines and quality assurance using national reporting tools.
- Work with DHO clinical team to organize clinical and laboratory tests and specimens including viral load dry blood spots for clinical mobile outreach.
- Provide information, educational and counseling services to Community Outreach workers and clients in a timely, professional, and client-focused manner
- Provide mentorship and supervision of KPLHIV support groups on ART retention and adherence.
- Collect and report clinical data and prepare quality and timely monthly reports
- Support actively tracking referrals for HIV care, treatment and support services.
- Maintain good quality clinic data and adequate commodities consumption records, calculate consumption and make requisitions on time to avoid stock outs.
- Support M&E conduct data quality assessment. The team will verify and validate data quality of HIV monitoring tools, comparing source records with other tools such as ART and HTS registers and Electronic Medical Records
- Minimum of a Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery, Clinical Medicine or related field from a reputable and accredited institution. Those with a degree and skills in qualitative and quantitative methods, monitoring and evaluation will have added advantage.
- Must have licensed register to practice by Medical Council of Malawi or Nurses Council of Malawi.
- Should preferably be an ART Provider or have good understanding of National HIV guidelines.
- At least 2 years’ work experience in project implementation and data management for an HIV/AIDS or any health-related project
Knowledge and Skills
- Motivated, enthusiastic, sensitive, and genuine desire to serve alongside others
- Knowledge of computer MS Office applications and Data entry Software.
- Excellent report writing, presentation and communication skills, Fluency in written and spoken English and Chichewa
Closing for receiving Applications is 14th October