2related expertise externally for PCVs/PCTs to engage and perform in
health programming. The PM will be the liaison with Peace Corps headquarters regarding health programming.
Represent PC/Uganda at US government Health Interagency Partnershipworking group meetings.
with USAID/Uganda, regarding the post’s
Compile program reports for PC/Uganda, USAID/Uganda and PC/HQ to
demonstrate the use and impact of PC/Uganda’s contributions to
Monitor governmental and nongovernmental organization (NGO) activitiesand initiatives in the areas of food security as appropriate.
Develop and manage Volunteer sites.
Provide technical, training and management support to PCVs and their counterparts.
Assist PCVs in monitoring their work and reporting outcomes.
Aggregate reports generated by PCVs using
Volunteer Reporting Tool (VRT) according to indicators and target priorities.
Liaise with the USAID Monitoring and Evaluation team to compile thereports and generate final evaluations and trend analyses .
Manage with others on the Programming and Training Team the HealthProject Advisory Committee and utilize the committee to build relationshipsand provide a mechanism for expert and community input into projectactivities.
Qualifications and Experience
Masters Degree in Health or related field or appropriate level and focus of educationand professional experience mix.
Experience: 5 years required, 10 years is desirable, in the fields of public health, healthmanagement, health education, HIV AIDs, malaria prevention, and/or Maternal andchild health with relevant government agencies, health associations, Health service providers.
Peace Corps Uganda is looking for a dynamic and experience professional in the healthfield. The applicant should have the passion and creative drive to join this projectsupporting over 40 Volunteers in Uganda to promote better health practices.
Looking for skills in networking, negotiation, partnership development, and the abilityof strategic thinking and developing a team that can support, guide and nurture
and host organizations towards shared goals.
Excellent computer skills including word processing and spreadsheet programs;excellent command of English, both spoken and written; native ability in spoken andwritten at least one Ugandan language.
Ability to travel extensively.
Ability to work on a regular Monday through Friday schedule with occasional eveningand weekend hours when necessary.