The overall purpose of the Medical Officer is to work under the National HIV and AIDS Care and Treatment Programme of the AIDS & TB Unit in the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC) to support comprehensive responses to the needs of People Living with HIV & AIDS (PLHIV) in Zimbabwe.
Under the supervision of the National ART Coordinator, the Medical Officer’s responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to the following:-
- Working with the National ART Programme staff in strategic planning while contributing to the development of evidence-based policies, strategies and guidelines that will foster best practices in HIV Treatment and Care;
- Coordinate the implementation of the Operational & Service Delivery manual for HIV Prevention, Treatment and Care in Zimbabwe ;
- Support the integration of HIV care & treatment and SRH, nutrition, mental health and other comorbidities
- Provide support for decentralization of patients who are stable on treatment to appropriate lower tier HIV Care and ART sites;
- Monitor programme performance utilising established M & E protocols;
- Prepare programme reports and documents when needed
- Contribute to Operations Research activities to inform planning and
- Perform any other related duties as assigned
- A medical doctor with three years minimum experience in HIV and AIDS Programme management; MPH a distinct advantage;
- Clinical experience in comprehensive management of HIV and AIDS patients including ART is desirable;
- Excellent communication, report writing and analytical skills;
- Demonstrated ability in liaison and collaboration with MOHCC, NGOs and health institutions will be a distinct advantage;
- Willingness to spend some time in travel outside Harare; police clearance, good physical and mental health.
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