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Thursday, 19 December 2013

AIM Project Manager - World Vision

Job title: AIM Project Manager
Employment type: Full time
Country: Uganda
 Location: Kabale
Job category: NGO
Min. years of experience: 3 years
Minimum degree: Bachelors degree
Closing date: December 27, 2013 - 5pm
Application Deadline: 27th December 2013

Purpose of position:
The AIM project is a 5 year Maternal and New born Child Health (MNCH) project implemented in the districts of Kabale, Busiteema and Tororo. The Project Manager provides leadership in all aspects of strategic planning and follows through the implementation of agreed upon strategies.
Key responsibilities
Project management and coordination - Technically interpret the MNCH technical approaches and facilitate their integration in the HIV/AIDS and Nutrition programming in the project districts.
Project monitoring and evaluation - Build Coalition with other actors to support districts in implementation of MNCH strategies including the Malaria and Nutrition programming and ensure World Vision’s institutional learning and experiences in MNCH activities feed into AIM’s program development.
Performance management and supervision - Manage, supervise and build capacity of staff in project development, management and implementation

Project development - Provide technical guidance and monitor implementation of MNCH activities including but not limited to: Information Education and Communication/Behaviour Change Communications, Community mobilization and interventions targeting VHT.
Network and collaboration - Identify and build strategic linkages, relations, collaborations and networks with other actors to support districts in planning and implementation of MNCH strategies including the Malaria and Nutrition programming, community systems strengthening and Health Advocacy
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Degree in Nursing, Environmental Health, Public Health or any related discipline.
Experience in working with the Ministry of Health and other local governments
At least 3 years of technical health project management experience in malaria programming, preferably focused on maternal, newborn and child health.
Experience in working with communities with good knowledge of Public Health System and structures
Strong policy analysis and advocating skills

How to apply:
Please submit your application and complete Curriculum Vitae, via email to wvujobs@wvi.org.
Address your application to the People and Culture Specialist (Recruitment) and do indicate the post title of the job you are applying for in the email subject line.