Nafasi za kazi EngenderHealth- Manager for Gender and Youth


EngenderHealth is a leading global women’s organization committed to ensuring that every pregnancy is planned, every child is wanted, and every mother has the best chance at survival. In 20 countries around the world we train health care professional and partner with governments and communities to make high-quality family planning and sexual and reproductive health services availability today and for generations to come.
Comprehensive health Services Delivery (CHSD) is a five years project (Object 1, 2016 to September 20, 2021) funded by the American People through USAID that aims at supporting the Government of Tanzania (GOT) to increase access to high quality, comprehensive and integrated health services, especially for women and youth, with a focus on maternal, neonatal, child and reproductive health and nutrition outcomes.
CHSD award 3 is implemented in Southern regions of Tanzania focusing on comprehensive health service daily for preventative and curative services with regards to FP, HIV/AIDs, TB, Malaria, and MCH. The project covers geographic areas with the highest disease burden namely Njombe, Iringa, Ruvuma, Morogoro, Lindi and Mtwara. CHSS award 3 projects is managed by Deloitte Consulting LTd in partnership with FHI360, EngenderHealth, and management and Development for health (MDH). EngerHealth is the lead gender, youth FP/RH and MNCH project’s components.
EngenderHealth is seeking applications from highly qualified Tanzanian candidates to fill in the following positions for CHSD award 3.

Manager for Gender and Youth, (1 Position based in Dar es Salaam)
Position Description: The Manager Gender and Youth will support the integration of Gender, adolescent and youth-friendly health programming across the CHDS. Generally, the Manager-Gender and Youth will be responsible for provision of technical advisory role related to scale up gender and youth friendly RH services to the CHAS program areas. The position will support the program to address gender base violence (GBV) among youth and create demand integrated GBV and SRH services among youth, S/He will provide technical backstopping and support in conducting relevant research, analysis and capacity building activities aimed at providing information and knowledge-base and readily useable methodologies to EH and MoH staff.
Key Qualifications:
• A university degree (BA, BSc) in a related, relevant field (e.g. Public health, international development, social sciences, anthropology, or a related field) and a Master degree in a relevant field.
• A minimum of seven years of experience in gender programming, including preventing and addressing gender-based violence and working with adolescents and youth on SRH is essential.
• Experience working for international agencies and USAID-funded health programs is preferred.
• Experience in service integration, provider and supervisor training and follow-up, referral systems, and development of client-responsive static and mobile/outreach services.
• Minimum of 5 years of successful experience designing and implementing sexuality, youth friendly and gender transformative programming.
• Minimum of 5 years of successful experience in comprehensive health service delivery supporting Gender and youth programming.
• Experience in developing, implementing and monitoring sexuality, youth friendly and gender transformative programming, best practices, etc in order to incorporate these approaches into HIV prevention programs and services for key and vulnerable populations.

Please visit the careers page at to submit your application online by 28t October, 2016. Please include the region of preference; details of your salary requirements and salary history (if possible, include a USAID biographical data sheet).

EngenderHealth provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment, without regard to race, creed, ancestry, citizenship, region, color, gender, age, national origin, political belief, sexual orientation, genetic information, status as a victim of domestic violence, marital status or disability or any other protected characteristic under applicable federal, state and local laws.