program Coordinator - American International Health Alliance


 Under the direction of the AIHA/Tanzania Country Director, the Program Coordinator (P.c.) is responsible for supporting AIHA's implementation of a Community Based Home Based Care Twinning Program in Tanzania. Based out of Dar es Salaam, the P.c. will be overseeing implementation of its activities with Tanzanian partner, the National AIDS Control Program (NACP) -Community Services Unit (CSU). The P.c. will also work in collaboration with other
PEPFAR-funded partners, other sections of the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender and Children (MOHCDGEC) and other national and international CHBC stakeholders.

Program/Partnership Management 

  • Coordinate and oversee implementation of CHBC partners and program to ensure timely implementation of program activities. 
  • Work with AIHAlHQ staff, AIHAITZ staff, Tanzanian partners, other identified partners to develop and maintain program workplans, making changes and updates as appropriate. 
  • Maintain a close collaborative working relationship with other PEPFAR implementing 
  • partners and stakeholders including MOH, private sector, associations, regulatory and training partners. 
  • Manage CHBC budget; assist in developing and monitoring budgets and forecasting costs. 
  • Assist partners with the development, editing, finalization, and packaging of program curriculum, reports and materials 
  • Schedule, coordinate, and participate in program trainings, workshops and meetings 

Technical Support 

  • Possess solid. knowledge and skills on provision of holistic CHBC for people living with HIVIAIDS in Tanzania 
  • Possess experience working in programs that support CHBt caregivers and clients 
  • Experience in and mobilizing communities around HIV/AIDS prevention, care, treatment, and support 
  • Solid understanding of topics from HIVIAIDS, including prevention and care and treatment; community-based communication skills;community nursing care; nutrition; positive living; 
  • family planning;; and ART 
  • Provide CHBC technical assistance through trainings, mentoring and support to Tanzanian partners 
  • Provide technical assistance to NAGP..on the. operationalization of nati0fit81 ([HBC policies and guidelines 

Monitoring and Evaluation 
Oversee program monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities to ensure data is properly
captured and reported
Provide support and assistance to CHBC partners to develop and submit timely:
AIHA and partnership annual workplans, as well as quarterly reports
USG funder reporting requirements
Coordinate and participate in SIMS and other USG requirements as needed
Document CHBC outcomes, successes, special activities
Assist with tracking annual PEPFAR 3.0 targets down to the site level as required
Coordinate with AIHAlTanzania staff and CHBC partners to develop nursing publications
and research opportunities


  • Complete other duties as assigned 


  • Undergraduate Degree in Medicine, Public Health, Nursing, Social Workor other related fields, with a minimum of three (3) years' relevant work experience 
  • Experience in CHBC program management arid support procedures 
  • Experience with U.s. Government donor compliance and reporting 
  • Ability to develop and maintain close relationships with various stakeholders 
  • Ability to work effectively with diverse coworkers and project participants 
  • Self-starter and strong multi-tasking and problem solving skills 
  • Must be very dependable and detail oriented 
  • Effective and diplomatic communicator at all levels 
  • Ability to train and mentor health workers of different cadres 
  • Personal and professional maturity and judgment 
  • Financial management experience 
  • Willingness to work additional hours in order to meet tight deadlines. 
  • English and Swahili fluency is essential 
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access) and the Internet 
  • Must be willing to travel in-country and provide on-side leadership 
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment, set priorities, 
  • work independently and in a team environment 


  • Submit a CV and Cover Letter to 
  • Applications are due by December 30,2016 

American International Health Alliance 
HIV/AIDS Twinning Center 
P 10 Box 80297 
Oar es Salaam