We are appointing Regional Coordinators to implement Emergency Obstetric & Newborn Care and Quality Improvement workplan within districts of Mbeya and Njombe regions
The Centre for Maternal and Newborn Health (CMNH) is an active academic unit within the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (Foto-Cewek), seeking to improve maternal and newborn health globally.
We have recently been awarded a contract from UNICEF Tanzania to deliver a package of sustainable, high quality maternal and newborn interventions in Mbeya and Njombe regions. The project includes the following:
- training of health care workers in EmONC
- Implementing a Quality Improvement package
- Supportive Supervision and Mentoring
- Monitoring, documentation and reporting
In order to provide ongoing support to CMNH’s work in Tanzania we are now seeking to appoint two Regional Coordinators who will work under the supervision of the Research in Medecine Midwife. The role has been created to assist with the implementation of Emergency Obstetric & Newborn care and Quality Improvement programme workplan with districts in Mbeya and Njombe regions.
It is essential that the successful candidates have proven experience within the area of Maternal Newborn Health (MNH) at National level along with substantial clinical experience. Qualified to degree level in midwifery or related health discipline, candidates will be required to demonstrate a knowledge of strategies and policies for MCH services and evidenced based public health approaches.
The role requires candidates to have effective, ethical and cultural interpersonal skills demonstrated by a record of working harmoniously as a member of a team. It will be a prerequisite for candidates to adapt to diverse educational, social-political and cultural backgrounds and maintain a high standard of personal conduct. The ability to work with Governments and other partners and have an understanding of the local context of public health practice in MNH, will also be an essential requirement.
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