S/he should be a graduate in any discipline of Social Work/ Anthropology/Psychology/Sociology preferably with 3-year experience at district level programmes related to health, HIV/AIDS programmes, livelihood programmes, rural development and microfinance.
B. Knowledge and Skill
• Good Computer skill (MS Word, PPT and Excel)
• Strong communication skills and good listening skills
• Proficiency in data analysis, report writing, case study compilation.
Familiarity with government health policies and programmes. Ability to work in small teams, and flexible ways of working
At least 10 to 15 days field visit required.
• Overall management capacity to monitor, report and guide the team under him/her.
C. Job Description
C.1 Programme Planning and Implementation
Listing the Population “At Risk for HIV and STIs and identifying the site for Outreach Activities Coordinate with SACS and In-Charge of District health facilities for HIV screening, STI/RTI, OST, ART, TB (Kits, Training) Closely monitor the drugs and commodities stock and place appropriate indent in consultation with medical officer in charge Document and report good practices observed in the field and facilities and support staff in addressing gaps. Undertake field visits to the identified sites for outreach activities. Facilitate the implementation of IEC activities and display/maintenance of IEC material including placement of hoarding wall painting as per the programme. Support the Nodal Officer in coordinating with the district administration, related line departments and non-governmental partners working in the sector to enhance the convergence to bring better synergy and promote NACP activities in the district. Monthly planning of the Sampoorna Surakhsha activities will be based on the epidemiological profile, Risk Profile, location and client load. Develop a detailed monthly micro-plan, which should include identification of site/s for outreach.
Apply by: 23 Aug 2022