Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation is Recruiting

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Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation research as part of its projects in Cameroon Doctor Site Manager
Department: Program Implementation & Country Management (PICM)

Location: Cameroon – Kribi

Supervisor: Service Delivery Manager


This involves supporting the management of the HIV project and improving the delivery of clinical HIV services in the health facility by offering a package of integrated HIV care and treatment services within the framework of the project. REACH95:

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Under the general supervision of the District Coordinator of Integrated HIV Services, he/she is responsible for:

Management activities (50%)

  • Develop and submit to the District Coordinator of Integrated HIV Services a budgeted monthly work plan in line with the project work plan, clearly showing planned activities, outputs, timelines, targets and verification indicators.
  • Review and validate the monthly work plan of the staff under his responsibility;
  • Fully ensure the implementation of the monthly work plan in line with the budget in the most efficient way;
  • Ensure the effective management of the multidisciplinary team on site to achieve project objectives
  • Organize weekly continuing education sessions in liaison with the District Coordinator of Integrated HIV Services according to a defined and validated schedule.
  • Conduct and facilitate supportive supervision and ongoing training for health care providers to ensure quality of services along the HIV/AIDS care cascade;
  • Hold weekly and monthly coordination meetings with staff involved in the HIV/AIDS program for review of program performance, identification of problems and possible solutions;
  • Organize weekly feedback meetings with the major and the doctor in charge of HIV services to present the performance of the project and the challenges/challenges;
  • Organize monthly feedback meetings with the Director of the Hospital and the Medical Advisor of the hospital to provide high level residential feedback and present challenges and opportunities;
  • Monitor and evaluate the system for collecting the data collected and reporting as well as the performance with regard to HIV/AIDS care and treatment of the health facility;
  • Develop and submit the monthly activity report to Technical Service Money no later than the 2nd day of each month.

Clinical activities (50%)

  • Support implementation of national HIV/AIDS program guidelines, including antiretroviral treatment and treatment of opportunistic infections
  • Support the roll-out of Index Case testing with a focus on sexual contacts of newly diagnosed HIV patients and those with a high viral load;
  • Diagnose and manage cases of treatment failure, opportunistic infections and co-infections, advanced HIV infection, as well as initiation of antiretroviral therapy, second- or third-line antiretroviral therapy;
  • Keep up to date with new TB treatment regimens and drug-resistant/extensively drug-resistant TB protocols;
  • Provide care to all patients with respect for their uniqueness, using sound judgment, individual skills and qualifications, and collaborating with the care team.
  • Assess the physical and mental state of the patient on an ongoing basis throughout the continuum of care;
  • Provide general clinical support to the services of the hospital of assignment (departments of internal medicine and pediatrics);
  • Ensure the appropriate diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of patients with Kaposi’s sarcoma undergoing chemotherapy;
  • Keep the patient and / or family informed of the disease and provide appropriate explanations of the treatment to be followed;
  • Ensure continuous training and mentoring of the multidisciplinary medical / paramedical team in order to optimize the quality of care and empower staff;
  • Complete patient files, collect and analyze medical data and participate in medical reports;
  • Submit monthly summary reports to the District Coordinator of Integrated HIV Services and the HIV Services Coordinator/Major at their designated facility regarding their clinical and programmatic activities


  • Medical degree with at least (05) five years of experience in the clinical management of HIV patients;
  • Registration with the National Order of Physicians of Cameroon is compulsory;
  • At least five (05) years of experience in a health services management position in a hospital or in a health district is mandatory
  • Training in management or project management would be an asset;
  • A very good knowledge of Microsoft software (Word, Excel and PowerPoint) is mandatory.
  • Fluency in French is a key requirement and working knowledge of English is an advantage;
  • Strong work ethic and ability and willingness to work under pressure;
  • Ability to work in a team and willingness to learn;
  • Team Building – Team building is a person’s ability to inspire and foster team commitment, spirit, pride and trust. He/she also facilitates cooperation and motivates team members to achieve group goals;
  • Customer Service – Customer service is an individual’s ability to anticipate and meet the needs of internal and external customers while providing high quality products and services and committing to continuous improvement. .
  • Decisiveness – Decisiveness is a person’s ability to make informed, effective, and timely decisions, even when data is limited or solutions produce unpleasant consequences. He/she will also perceive the impact and implications of decisions.

Advantage :

  • Specialization in infectious diseases or internal medicine


Closing date: December 08, 2022

To apply for this job please visit phe.tbe.taleo.net.

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