FHI 360 Job Vacancy: Technical Officer - Jayawijaya, Papua - Indonesian

Position Title: Technical Officer (Jayawijaya Based)

Project Description
Challenge TB is USAID’s flagship global mechanism for implementing tuberculosis and TB/HIV activities.  In Indonesia, the Challenge TB project will contribute to ending the tuberculosis epidemic through:
  • Improved access to quality patient-centered care for TB, HIV/TB, and MDR-TB services
  • Prevention of transmission and disease progression
  • Strengthened TB platforms to ensure the necessary enabling environment

Challenge TB is led by the KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, and is supported by in-country partners FHI 360 and the World Health Organization.

Job Summary
The Technical Officer, TB and TB/HIV will provide technical assistance to the National TB Program in Papua. S/he will ensure that the implementation of TB programmatic and management interventions are in line with Government of Indonesia priorities and Challenge TB goals.

Duties and Key Responsibilities
  • Collaborate and coordinate with staff of Provincial and districts Health Office (PHO/DHO), Provincial Office of Law and Human Rights for TB programs in planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of TB program implementation in the province.
  • Provide technical assistance to province and/or district health offices and partners in the implementation and monitoring of the TB/provincial & district work plans. This includes but is not limited to the areas of: Universal Access (District PPM, Provider Engagement, Advocacy); Quality Services (PMDT, TB-HIV), community support in TB control and surveillance.
  • Support Global Fund planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation in Papua province.
  • Collaborate and coordinate with other organization/project related with TB and HIV program, such as TB CEPAT, Aisyiyah, etc., to support planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation in province.
  • Collaborate and represent FHI 360 with other partners in the province including KNCV, WHO, Provincial AIDS Commission, etc.
  • Provide technical assistance for CHALLENGE TB supported facilities, prisons, and other areas as requested by Provincial and Districts Health Office and others including coordinating and providing TB-HIV related trainings in the province.
  • Contribute in the development of FHI 360 annual work plans, budgets related with prisons, and satisfactory response to all reporting requirements.
  • Prepare (monthly, quarterly and annual technical provincial and district plans and ensure timely reporting in collaboration with M&E Officer, incl. recommendations.
  • Draft, collect input and finalize: TOR’s, EA’s, Purchase Request, Expense Report and Activity Report, respecting all requirements, within appropriate timeframe. Also approve technically and administratively of those prepared by TO’s.
  • Supervise and ensure effective filing of Project documentation according to CTB guideline.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualification
  • Advance university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in Medicine or Public Health.
  • Demonstrated Experience in health project/TB control/program management for at least 5 years.
  • Familiar with Papua health situation and bureaucracy.
  • Strong communication skills for representing Challenge TB on higher and lower levels in TB care
  • Excellent command of Bahasa Indonesia and English.
  • Excellent Report writing skills.
  • Sound Knowledge of MS Office programs and possess the capacity to quickly learn and use related IT application.
  • Demonstrated ability to work as part of multicultural team and independently.
  • Motivated and willing to learn and implement new ways of working accurately following the organizational procedures and regulations.

Interested candidates please submit your CV with the position title as the e-mail subject to hr.indonesia@fhi360.org at the latest by 19th March 2017.

FHI 360 is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. FHI 360 is committed to providing equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, age, disability or status as a veteran with respect to policies, programs, or activities.