Reports To: Provincial Medical Director
- Manicaland Province
- Harare Provincial Medical Directorate
- Bulawayo Provincial Medical Directorate
- Mashonaland East Province
- Mashonaland Central Province
Duties And Responsibilities
- Coordinate the planning of family and child health programmes in the province and ensure their effective implementation at the operation level.
- Monitor and evaluate progress in the implementation of family and child health programmes and prepare regular progress reports.
- In consultation with the Principal Medical Director review, as appropriate, policies that affect implementation and outcome of the programme areas.
- Plan, organise and undertake in service and other appropriate training for health workers at the middles and senior levels.
- Promote, conduct and commission appropriate research on locally identifiable FCH problems.
- Mobilizing and equitably distributing FCH resources.
- Liaise as appropriate with provincial hospital specialist and other sector Ministries, NGOs, Parastatals and Donor Agencies on policy and other programme issues pertaining to FCH.
- Weekly work plan
- Timely costed monthly, quarterly, annual plans and reports which include input, output & outcome indicators; workshop.
- Performance appraisal reports
- Working within an approved budget
- Monthly human and financial status report including human resource training development plan
- Support and supervision schedules
- Safety of government assets/resources
- Client satisfaction
Qualifications And Experience
- MBChB degree from a reputable University.
- Post Graduate training in Public Health at Masters Level a must.(PED
- At least 3 years’ post-graduate work experience as a GMO.
- Recognized training in Family and Child Health Care, TB and HIV.
- Proficiency in Computer packages.
- Current registration with the Medical and Dental Practitioners Council of Zimbabwe.
- Prospective candidates will be subjected to mandatory psychometric tests.
How To Apply
To Apply Use Link: https://hsb.co.zw/jobs/provincial-maternal-child-health-officer-pmcho/