The position will work with MOH, KCCA including divisional health authorities, health facility-in charges and regulatory bodies to improve quality of care for mothers (particularly those likely to deliver premature/small babies), and small and sick newborns by supporting delivery and institutionalization of evidence-based lifesaving interventions this network of health facilities.
In the event of a major humanitarian emergency, the role holder will be expected to work outside the normal role profile and be able to vary working hours accordingly.
EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS
A university degree in Biomedical engineering or related qualification is required.
At least three years of professional experience in the health sector, with demonstrated experience of successfully working with a variety of health sector stakeholders, particularly government and health facilities is an asset.
Relevant experience in program/project development and management in any international or national NGO in Uganda. czgI5Z8 B2KZom
Demonstrated training and technical advisory skills; seasoned in capacity-building
Advanced computer skills such as excel, power point and other analysis tools.