EQUIP Liberia Jobs
EQUIP Liberia Jobs: EQUIP Liberia is supporting clinics and communities and has trained over 6,000 volunteer Community Health Ambassadors who transform, teach, heal, serve and bring faith to families in their own communities.
It seek to recruit:
Support EQUIP’s primary health care activities, including clinical supervision and management of 24 primary care clinics and health centers.
Develop and implement strategies that promote community involvement in health planning and implementation, facility utilization, ownership and support of primary health care facilities, and community referral systems.
Provide technical oversight for all of EQUIP's primary health programs to ensure standardized protocols, policies, guidelines and established best practices are implemented, as prescribed by the Liberia MOHSW and funding institutions, and consistent with internationally accepted standards.
Participate in county and national level working groups and technical committees to develop and monitor progress towards national morbidity and mortality reduction strategies in priority areas such as reproductive health, maternal and child health, malaria control, and HIV and TB control.
Oversee implementation of EQUIP's performance based incentive programs and contracts to improve quality of care at facilities and the surrounding catchment communities
Must have medical/clinical and international primary care experience; (MD, PA, Nurse Practitioner with a Master's in Public Health preferred)
3-5 years experience in overseas programs at the Managerial level relating to fully integrated primary health care, maternal and child health (including IMCI), reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, malaria and other communicable diseases
Prior supervisory experience and ability to contribute to motivational and capacity-building efforts and work with colleagues in diverse cultures
Excellent organization skills, time management and attention to detail (Ability to work independently and to manage various responsibilities on a daily basis with minimal supervision)he ability to cope with stressful situations and frustrations, and work with limited resources.
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