Field Officer, Private Sector Engagement

Posted By: Tb-Alert India


Junior Management

Marketing & Brand

Public Health/WASH

Job Description

Field Officer

Project JEET, SR


•Mapping the universe of private-sector doctors/providers diagnosing and treating TB patients. Understanding their prescription potential and building the TB patient referral network for these doctors

•Engage and ensure high potential doctors/providers and their referral networks become part of the project

•Map and engage laboratories surrounding target doctors

•Promote the PMTPT [Programmatic management of Tuberculosis Preventive Therapy] program and STCI guidelines through regular in-clinic communication as per call plan

•Ensure quality execution in terms of detailing and conducting scientific activities to engage doctors

•Ensuring Doctors agreement for enrolment of Household contacts [HHC’s] of all notified patients on TB Preventive Therapy [TPT]

•Engaging & empanelling diagnostic centres/ radiography centres with the project for carrying out X-ray’s for the HHC

•Invite and ensure availability of Private & public sector Doctors to the CME

•Engage Public sector Doctors on PMTPT as per the need of the program

•Data collection and reporting as required

•Maintains confidentiality of the tests and patient-related information

•Engaging in other Providers & patient-facing activities as per the requirement of the project

Desired Skills and experience -

•Graduate/Post Graduate or B.Pharma

•2 - 5 years of experience in TB Program or Public and Private Partnerships Program or experience in sales at Pharma/diagnostics/hospital

•Must have a two-wheeler and a valid license.

Salary for this position is 27,000/- based on your past salary with maximum 20% of growth.

Please send your CV at copy to

Location: Ludhiana, Punjab

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Tb-Alert India
  • About Organization:TB Alert India (TBAI), the Indian arm of TB Alert works to the vision of a ‘TB Free India’. It aims to prevent morbidity and mortality associated with TB by providing holistic TB care i.e. addressing psycho-social and economic aspects which affect uptake of TB testing and treatment.