Consultant (ATM)

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Industry:
N.G.O./Social Services
Total Position:
1
Job Type:
Consultant ( First Shift (Day) )
Department:
WHO
Job Province:
Sindh
Job Location:
Karachi
Gender:
No Preference
Minimum Education:
Bachelors
Degree Title:
University degree in Medicine. Postgraduate degree in Public Health/Communicable Diseases is desirable.
Career Level:
Consultant
Minimum Experience:
2 Years(At least 2 years of relevant experience in communicable diseases focusing on action plans for disease prevention and control. Working experience in an international organization or NGO.)
Apply By:
Jul 18, 2018
Posted On:
Jul 11, 2018
Job Description

Terms of Reference

 

TORs are classified at level equivalent to NO-B

 

Purpose of the Consultancy

To support communicable Diseases programmes, particularly malaria, TB, HIV, viral hepatitis and Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs), at the Provincial level.

 

Background

To provide technical assistance to the provincial health department of Sindh to strengthen the capacities of provincial health department in planning and implementing activities specified below as deliverables.

 

Planned timelines (subject to confirmation)

Start date: 10/06/2018 (Tentative – subject to completion of administrative formalities)

End date: 31/12/2019

 

Work to be performed

Output 1:  Effective and efficient implementation of activities in the area of Communicable Diseases

Deliverable 1.1: Develop a literature review for planning and implementing activities in the area of Communicable Diseases, particularly HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, TB, Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases (NDTs);

Deliverable 1.2: Review and advise on PC1 (Project Financing Document) and the Global Fund funding request and measure the rate of implementation of planned activities in relation to the funds received.

Deliverable 1.3: Review and adapt national and regional guidelines and standards to meet the requirements of compliance and quality assurance in planned activities;

Deliverable 1.4: Contribute technically in active case finding and integration of HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and TB as part of the health system delivery through developing policy makers briefing, engagement of private sectors and CBOs (community Based Organization) , community empowerment and harmonization with existing partners and donors. 

Output 2: Existing health systems improved for prevention and care of HIV, TB, Malaria and NTDs

Deliverable 2.1: Evaluate progress of implementation of Communicable disease interventions in high-risks groups in high prevalent districts;

Deliverable 2.2: Submit progress reports on implementation of integrated communicable diseases program at 2 selected districts for family practice approach per province

Deliverable 2.3: Based on WHO guidelines and instructions, recommend applicable responses to any communicable disease outbreaks and/or humanitarian crisis during the assignment.

Output 3:  Effective coordination and information management system is established

Deliverable 3.1: review and propose strategies and action plan for improvements to existing DHIS II, on the Communicable Diseases including HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, TB and Malaria;

Deliverable 3.2: Participate in meetings and in harmonization between development partners (UN and bilateral), related to Communicable Diseases;

Deliverable 3.3: Submit quarterly progress reports to WHO Country Office.

Output 4: Strengthen capacities to effectively implement preventive interventions

Deliverable 4.1: Propose plan for capacity building and facilitate training activities improving malaria, TB, HIV, viral hepatitis and NTDs active case finding and management.

Output 5: Effective M&E system established at provincial level

Deliverable 5.1: Review HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, TB and Malaria surveillance data and support in analysing epidemiological trends, and in collaboration with provincial programs develop and submit an analytical report to NPOs ATM at WCO.

 

Technical Supervision

The selected Consultant will work on the supervision of:

Responsible Officer: Dr Sara Salman, Head of WHO Sub-Office, Sindh

Manager: Dr Mohammad Assai Ardakani, Head of the WHO Country Office, Pakistan

 

Specific requirements

- Qualifications required:

University degree in Medicine. Postgraduate degree in Public Health/Communicable Diseases is desirable.

- Experience required:

At least 2 years of relevant experience in communicable diseases focusing on action plans for disease prevention and control. Working experience in an international organization or NGO.

- Skills / Technical skills and knowledge:

Indicate the specific technical skills needed to undertake this consultancy: for example: specific technical knowledge in the use of technical tools, knowledge of specific donors requirements, writing skills, etc.

- Language requirements:

Expert knowledge of English and local language

 

Place of assignment: Karachi.

 

Medical clearance

 

Travel

All travel arrangements will be made by WHO – WHO will not be responsible for tickets purchased by the Consultant without the express, prior authorization of WHO. While on mission under the terms of this consultancy, the Consultant will receive subsistence allowance.

Visas requirements: it is the consultant’s responsibility to fulfil visa requirements and ask for visa support letter(s) if needed.

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