Jobs And Careers

Job summary: The Strategic Information and Learning Assistant collaborates with the programs team to identify information gaps and design appropriate mechanisms to be used in collecting high quality data for program design, measurement and learning. More details in the attached flier.
Job summary: The Team Lead – Cervical cancer screening & EPSE implements Reproductive Health projects in line with PACE’s vision, mission and provide technical guidance in the direct implementation of these programs. More details in the attached flier.
Job summary: The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer plans and implements monitoring and evaluation activities  at  the  Region  including  routine  supervision,  data  collection,  reporting,  quality  control  and capacity building in M&E as well as routine updates on progress of program implementation. More details are in the flier attached. 
JOB TITLE: PROGRAM OFFICER- VIRAL LOAD MONITORING Reports to: Project Coordinator CBS Liaise with: MoH, CPHL, and Program Manager. Duty Station: Kampala Job Summary: Program Officer- Viral Load Monitoring will liaise between MOH, Central Public Health Laboratories (CPHL) and METS. He/she will identify areas and ways of collaboration, and support to MOH and in particular CPHL to improve the National surveillance system for Viral Load monitoring. S/he will be responsible for facilitating information exchange by ensuring smooth and timely communication and cooperation between METS and MOH... Read More
JOB TITLE: MONITORING AND EVALUATION TECHNICAL ADVISOR Reports to: Project Coordinator - Monitoring and Evaluation Job Summary: The M... Read More
JOB TITLE: HEALTH SYSTEMS STRENGTHENING /DLP TECHNICAL ADVISOR Reports to: Project Coordinator – District Led Programming (DLP) Job Summary: The HSS-DLP Technical Advisor will be responsible for providing technical support to the districts to enhance planning, coordination and monitoring of the decentralized HIV response within supported districts. He/she will also strengthen capacity for data use among district health teams to promote evidence based decision for the HIV programs. The TA will also be responsible for enhancing evidence based policy development and advocacy for HIV... Read More
JOB TITLE: HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS (HIS) ANALYST Reports to: Project Coordinator – HMIS Job Description The Health Information Systems (HIS) Analyst will use computers and related systems to design new IT solutions, modify, enhance or adapt existing systems and integrate new features or improvements to improve business efficiency and productivity of the health systems. The HIS Analyst must possess a high level of technical expertise and clear insights into current health existing health information systems and processes of Uganda. Specifically, the HIS Analyst will examine existing... Read More
JOB TITLE: COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER Reports to: Program Manager The Communication Officer’s overall responsibility is to work collaboratively with all METS stakeholders, guide internal and external communications (program Website, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other relevant media) and to publicize the METS Program milestones and accomplishments. He /she will be responsible for the day-to-day METS communication responsibilities. He/She will also be required to coordinate efforts of the METS team to provide information to populate the Website and social media outlets and work together... Read More
Applications are invited for a new programme for low and mid-level faculty (up to Senior Lecturer level) who are interested and committed to becoming independent researchers especially in Clinical and Basic Sciences at MakCHS. They should be willing to undertake rigorous research training (from research question identification and hypothesis generation through research implementation to knowledge translation). Successful applicants will develop their potential to become researchers within a structured and mentored training environment programme with a focus on research training in the... Read More
Type 2 diabetes (T2D) is increasingly contributing to global burden of disease with health systems struggling to effectively manage prevention and control. This necessitates contextually appropriate policy relevant solutions with high scale-up potential. With a capacity building grant from the Swedish Intenational Development Agency (SIDA), a research team at the Makerere University School of Public Health with collaborators at Karolinsika Institute will be conducting a research titled "Innovating health systems and healthcare delivery in rural Uganda: towards building critical capacity to... Read More

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