Sunday, September 18, 2016

CCBRT,Monitoring and Liaison Officer Jobs in Tanzania



he story
Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania (CCBRT) is Tanzania’s largest local provider of disability and rehabilitation services in the country. We’re committed to not only empowering people with disabilities and their families, improving their quality of life, and ensuring access to medical and rehabilitative treatment, but crucially, preve

nting disabilities
wherever possible. CCBRT and partner hospitals performed a life-changing 920 fistula (VVF) surgeries in 2015 and our 1,500 person-strong ambassador network across Tanzania regularly identifies and facilitates the treatment of women living with fistula at CCBRT. Are you the person we’re looking for to play a key role in our Community Programmes department as a Monitoring and Liaison Officer working on our fistula programme
The role
As a monitoring and liaison officer at CCBRT, your key role will be to fill in the screening tool for every patients that arrives at CCBRT to establish baseline information. You will take charge of the follow-up of former fistula patients six months after surgery through telephone surveys, physical visits when necessary and/ or use of the ambassadors’ network.
You are expected to conduct monitoring visits to our six partner hospitals conducting fistula surgeries for quality improvement on data collection and compliance on a regular basis. Part of the role is will also be to coach qualified ambassadors on using the survey to collect data on former fistula patients 6 months post-operation, and compile data and reports from the six partner hospitals including (but not limited to) surgery, outreach activities and Fistula Plus indicators.
This role requires good writing skills and monthly submission of KPI reports. You will also participate in our implementing partner organisations’ review meetings and contribute to the holistic service and weekly patient discharge celebrations. You will audit findings on pre- and post- fistula treatment to support evidence-based care and development of CCBRT’s VVF services. You’ll
liaise with our M&E Department closely in order to track indicators and monitor the performance of the VVF department and conduct data quality checks and assessments for VVF data from both clinical and outreach activities.

The candidate
Degree in Health Administration, Economics or Social Work, or a Diploma in Clinical Medicine with two years’ experience in counseling and at least one year’s experience in life skills training
Registered with Nurses/Medical council of Tanzania if within the medical field
Computer literate
Good communication skills
Team player
Patient service excellence

If you are interested, please submit your curriculum vitae with 2 references and a cover letter telling us why you believe you are the right person for the role, and why you want to work for CCBRT in particular. We are an equal opportunities employer and encourage people with disabilities to apply. Please send your application via email to: recruitment.ccbrt@ccbrt.org

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