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Senior Technical Officer

Title: Senior Technical Officer | Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract | Location: Harare

Under the guidance of the Technical Director, the Technical Officer will contribute to costed work plan development; Work closely with the provincial teams to develop, implement, and monitor provincial and district annual work plans and budget; Provides technical support related to implementation and scale-up of high impact client-centered behavioral and biomedical (HTS, PMTCT, PrEP) HIV prevention strategies at facility and community level; Provides technical support related to implementation of the ACCE HIV care and treatment project in support the MOHCC’s commitment to attain UNAIDS 95-95-95 targets by 2030 at both facility and community levels; Participate in development and review of MOHCC technical guidelines, training materials and M&E tools for HIV prevention, care, and treatment activities within the project; Ensure implementation fidelity of evidence/data driven strategies for clinical and community HTS and care & treatment services at the provincial, district and primary health levels; Ensure that technical guidance from donor, MOHCC and ZHI technical meetings is cascaded and implemented; Undertake regular targeted frequent monitoring supportive visits and SIMs aligned visits to project sites as necessary; Ensure appropriate program monitoring, programmatic reporting to the Country Office and support financial requisitions/reviews/reporting and administrative functions of the project; Ensure adherence to ZHI’s internal program implementation and financial policies including timely submission of programmatic and financial requests/reports to the country office; Contribute to strengthening a standardized monitoring and evaluation system in support of the continuum of care for integrated HIV services (prevention, care, and treatment) with implementation of QA/QI strategies; Provide technical assistance in quarterly evidence-based review meetings; Coordinates all capacity building and external quality assurance activities for ZHI staff at district levels; Review and consolidate periodic reports (programmatic and financial) submitted by all ZHI staff at provincial and district level; Contribute to development and dissemination of lessons learned from the project and other relevant projects that are related to community-based management of integrated HIV/AIDS services and apply these lessons to modify and improve the project; Ensures that all ZHI assets and other resources are effectively managed; Perform other duties as assigned.

Deadline: 23/05/2022


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Re – advertisement – Public Health Specialists Consultants

Title: Readvertisement - Public Health Specialists Consultants | Contract Type: Consultant | Location: Based in resident countries i.e., Africa (North, East, Central, West, and South), Europe, Asia, South America, USA, Australia, etc. (with work-related travel depending on assignment)

Zimbabwe Health Interventions (ZHI) is a Zimbabwean local non-profit human development organization legally established in 2019 and registered as a Trust under the Zimbabwe Deeds Registries Act (Chapter 20:05). It is involved in the design and implementation of innovative HIV and other health programs in Zimbabwe. Our Vision: A world where all populations attain optimal health, wellbeing, and self-sufficiency. Our Mission: To design and deliver innovative and sustainable high-impact, integrated interventions for health, while working with and strengthening local communities and existing institutions. ZHI’s major focus includes 1) the development and delivery of innovative and sustainable high-impact health solutions and 2) working closely with and strengthening communities. ZHI is currently receiving more than $120 million from PEPFAR (through USAID) to implement two projects in Zimbabwe namely, The Accelerated and Comprehensive HIV Care for Epidemic Control in Zimbabwe Project (ACCE), formerly the Zimbabwe HIV Care and Treatment Project (ZHCT); and the Re-Ignite, Innovate, Sustain and Empower (RISE) Project, formerly the Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-Free, Mentored and Safe (DREAMS) project. ACCE is implemented across 9 districts (5 in Manicaland and 4 in Midlands). ZHI is the biggest PEPFAR DREAMS implementing partner in Zimbabwe, currently supporting 9 out of the 16 districts across Mashonaland Central, Midlands, Bulawayo, and Matabeleland South provinces. As a public health institution that is open to everyone, we can only do what we do – and achieve what we want to achieve – by working with partners from grassroots community groups to national governments.

Deadline: 29/05/2022


Terms of Reference – VIAC Consultant

Title: Terms of Reference - VIAC Consultant | Contract Type: Consultant | Location: Manicaland/Midlands

Background Zimbabwe Health Interventions (ZHI) is a local non-governmental organization registered as a Trust in Zimbabwe under the Deeds Registries Act (Chapter 20:05). ZHI’s mission is to develop and deliver innovative and sustainable high-impact integrated health interventions with local communities while working with and strengthening existing institutions. Since its establishment in 2019, ZHI has been implementing USAID-funded grants in HIV care and treatment in Zimbabwe. Currently, ZHI is implementing the Accelerated and Comprehensive HIV Care for Epidemic Control in Zimbabwe (ACCE) project whose objective is to complement the government of Zimbabwe (GOZ)’s efforts towards HIV epidemic control by targeting testing to efficiently identify PLHIV, ensuring all newly diagnosed PLHIV are immediately linked to treatment, and all PLHIV on treatment have ready access to antiretroviral therapy (ART), are retained on treatment, and remain virally suppressed. Women living with HIV (WLHIV), are screened for cervical cancer annually through visual inspection with acetic acid (VIAC) and treatment of precancer lesions with cryotherapy, thermocoagulation, and LEEP. There is a need to ensure these services are of high quality through the implementation of a standardized quality control program across the 9 districts of implementation, in Midlands (Gweru, Kwekwe, Mberengwa, and Gokwe South) and in Manicaland (Makoni, Mutare. Chipinge, Mutasa and Buhera). Purpose of Assignment In order to ensure the provision of high-quality cervical cancer screening and treatment services, ZHI seeks to engage the services of a VIAC Consultant who will develop a cervical cancer quality control program specifically for ZHI´s ACCE project. Under the overall guidance of the Technical Director, the consultant will review the current performance of the cervical cancer program with regard to the quality of VIAC screening and treatment (LEEP) services and submit a detailed report to the Technical Director with findings and recommendations to strengthen and improve quality of ACCE cervical cancer services. This should translate into the development of a standardized VIAC quality control program for the ACCE project and will be followed by training of VIAC nurses and officers for Manicaland and/or Midlands provinces in quality control. Broad Objective • To ensure that the cervical cancer program is of high quality with reliable and accurate results. Specific Objective • To review the current performance of the ACCE cervical cancer program with regards to quality. • To develop a quality control program for ACCE cervical cancer screening and treatment services. • To train cervical cancer screening and treatment clinicians and officers in the quality control program

Deadline: 22/05/2022


Terms of Reference – Resource Mobilization and Strategic Partnerships Development Consultant

Title: Resource Mobilization and Strategic Partnerships Development Consultant | Contract Type: Consultant | Location: Harare

Background Zimbabwe Health Interventions (ZHI) is a local non-governmental organization registered as a Trust in Zimbabwe under the Deeds Registries Act (Chapter 20:05). ZHI’s mission is to develop and deliver innovative and sustainable high-impact integrated health interventions with local communities while working with and strengthening existing institutions. Since its establishment in 2019, ZHI has been implementing USAID-funded grants as a sub-awardee of FHI360. ZHI seeks to develop a Resource Mobilization and Partnerships Strategy to support the organization’s goal to diversify donor funding as well as define a scope for innovation and the strategic positioning of ZHI in the national health services delivery arena in Zimbabwe and the human development sector at large. Purpose of Assignment In order to expand the funding portfolio, ZHI seeks to engage the services of a Resource Mobilisation and Strategic Partnerships Development Consultant who will support the development of a resource mobilization strategy specifically for ZHI´s growing health response portfolio. Under the overall guidance of the Executive Director, the Consultant will work on donor engagement and resource mobilization with a focus on concrete deliverables working closely together with the Senior Management Team (SMT) and the Business Development Lead Specific Objective The specific objective of the assignment is the development of a Resource Mobilization and Strategic Partnerships Strategy (RMSPS) and to train SMT to ensure increased sustainability of the organization.

Deadline: 27/05/2022


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