Senior Technical Advisor (ACC: HIV) - Right to Care NPC, Bethlehem

  • Bethlehem
  • Salary: Market Related
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Sectors: NGO & Non-profit
  • Posted by Right to Care NPC on Monday, January 20, 2020
  • Reference: Senior Technical Advisor
  • Apply before Friday, March 20, 2020 - 29 Days left

Vacancy Details

Employer: Right to Care NPC

Minimum Required Qualifications and Experience:

  •  MBChB
  • Five years in the Clinical Practice of HIV, at least two years of which must involve management of advanced HIV diseases.
  • Five years or more in Medical Education
  • Experience in research or HAST
  • Demonstrable experience in advanced clinical care Programme is beneficial. 
  • Experience of engagement with national, provincial and district management structures and familiarity with key national TB/HIV initiatives.


  • Clinical management of HIV, TB and STI. 
  • Understanding of national and international trends in HIV medicine/programme management.
  • Able to teach and provide expert guidance to multidisciplinary staff at an appropriate level of engagement.  Knowledge of research methodologies
  • Initiative and Innovation 
  • Leadership, planning, management and organisational



  • Update knowledge on the HIV/STI Programme Strategic Objectives and current HAST Programme priorities.
  • Support the efforts of the District and Province at formulating, implementing and monitoring the DIP and PIP respectively.
  • Provide advice to Provincial Program Manager and other Right To Care management on HIV program QIP priorities in the District and Province.
  • Assist the DoH District and Provincial HAS/CCMT Programme Leads with analysis and interpretation of HAS Outcome data for intervention planning
  • Review literature and provide evidence to support HAS program interventions
  • Support sites and HAS/CCMT programme leads with the implementation of quality improvement interventions, HIV policies, protocols and guidelines
  • Clinical guidance to management.
  • Provide guidance on clinical content of training and curriculum
  • Participation in local clinical grand rounds
  • Provide clinical mentoring, support and coaching for medical officers and nurses
  • Identify and develop skills of potential mentors
  • Develop standard operating procedures to improve HAS outcomes.
  • Monitor the technical assistance rendered by Right To Care teams to the DoH HAS program and ensure integration of Right To Care strategies into the DoH practices

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