1.Training and Mentoring
1.Coordinate and mentor the SHC ART, TB, PMTCT and SRH clinical care team (Physicians, Nurses, CBTS) and ensure it functions as an effective unit.
5.Ensure all SHCs have adequate knowledge materials and job aids that ensure uniformity of practice across all sites.
6.Maintain current knowledge of HIV/AIDS patient’s standard of care at the partner health facilities through organization of didactic sessions, mortality reviews, case reviews/presentations etc.
7.Follow up on implementation, monitoring and evaluation of quality improvement strategies identified by program team, training needs and participation in meetings or committees like Therapeutic Drug Committee (TDC), Project Management Team (PMT), Infection Control Team (ICT) etc., geared towards meeting overall grant objectives at partner health facilities.
8.Direct management of people infected and affected by HIV infection at the partner health facilities.
1.Monitor target across PHCs and SHCs, determine and provide feedback to ensure target achievement.
2.Actively come up with strategies to ensure donor target achievements are met.
3.Collaborate with SHC staff and community volunteers to ensure all patients on ART are tracked and followed up on.
4.Ensure adequate knowledge of all process and output indicators specified by donors.
5.Provide direct supervision of the partner SHCs.
6.Monthly reporting of all activities carried out at partner health facilities.
7.In collaboration with the program and technical staff, develop, implement and periodically update a decentralized GF workplan.
1.Ensure all cash advances are liquidated promptly.
4.Partnerships and Networking
1.Liaise with other GF PRs and SRs (e.g. ARFH) in the state to ensure coordinated service provision to the CRS sites.
2.Develop and maintain healthy relationships between CRS’ GF partner facilities, CRS, the Catholic Church and its partners, the GoN and other relevant stakeholders.
3.Representation at technical working groups for ART, TB, HCT, PMTCT and SRH, as well as, at other meetings and related activities as designated.
5.CRS/Nigeria Program Responsibilities
The Technical Manager will also participate as a full member of the CRS/Nigeria Program Department.This will include active involvement in all Program Department activities as needed.
Organiser of all Nigeria sub-group
Post graduate presentations/research work for presentation at the csid conventions,
Meetings with the director and top shots
Sub group meeding lead
CLINICAL / DATA BASE Patient Treatment analysis (toxicity detection and tracking, immunological and virology failure with Treatment Curve).
Conducting clinical meetings and Presentations. Clinical Research. Quality monitoring/assurance.
Mentoring and Training of Medicos sent for posting in the center. Facilitation and stepping down of out of site trainings. Prevention Messages, Clinical care and couseling/Family Planning, Maternal and Child Health, Malaria, HIV&AIDS, Diarrhoea disease, Acute respiratory infections, TB and Nutrition, OVC.
Satellite Coordinator: Program Reports to PI, Planning and Implementation of set priorities. Main duty is to meet deadlines of multitask in our satellite. Disbursing of allocated budget to staff and providing quality leadership and coordination for both patients’ and staff satisfaction, with great integrity accountability and versatility.
Consultant Clinician: Evaluate symptoms and run investigations to diagnose patients’ illness, keep progress note, identify panic values, and maintain a constant familiarity with the program protocol. Adherence counseling. Prescribing adequately bearing in mind the possibilities of ARV side effects and toxicity.
Meetings with staff, stakeholder and management.