About Union Aid:
Established in 1979 by Afghan philanthropists and social activists in Peshawar, Pakistan, Union Aid (UA) is committed to serving Afghan Refugees and host communities through various projects. Our focus areas include health, education, and skill development, where we strive to provide essential services such as basic healthcare, education, skill development programs, and more.
As a Public Health Project Manager at Union Aid, you will play a crucial role in the implementation and management of the Basic Package of Health Services (BPHS) technical part. Your responsibilities include:
- Act in accordance with the organization’s policies and procedures.
- Support the Health Project Manager in implementing the BPHS technical part.
- Manage the BPHS technical part, including standard service delivery, planning, supervision, target setting, recording, and reporting.
- Promote a team spirit and a strong focus on quality within the department.
- Develop and supervise plans with the Health Project Manager, ensuring timely feedback.
- Directly supervise Health Facilities (HFs) and follow up on Health Supervisor performance in the field.
- Collect and prepare technical reports on project activities, achievements, and monthly or quarterly updates.
- Ensure an active project supplies chain to health facilities through established channels and regulations.
- Provide capability building opportunities and on-the-job training to the technical team and HFs.
- Implement and follow up on quality improvement initiatives in HFs.
- Participate in technical and coordination meetings with various stakeholders.
- Conduct technical staff appraisal and performance evaluations.
- Perform any other tasks as requested by the line manager.
- Medical Doctor or Master of Public Health.
- Minimum three years of experience in public health management with local or international NGOs, especially in BPHS.
- Interpersonal, managerial, and conflict resolution skills.
- Good communication skills and knowledge of local communities.
- Proficiency in English, Dari, and Pashto languages.
- Negotiation skills in a multicultural and multilingual environment.
Submission Guideline: Please write the Job title/Vacancy Number on the subject line of your email.
Important Note: Applications received after the closing date will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Submission Email: Send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Union Aid and contribute to the enhancement of public health in Afghan communities. Your expertise will make a difference in delivering quality healthcare services to those in need.