ECHO Coordinator – University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) – Tanzania

Coordinates and facilitates information flow between the ECHO hubs scattered throughout the country and the UMB ECHO team and supervises and provides Technical Assistance to HIV ECHO zonal coordinators. Develops, plans, implements, and documents training for ECHO initiatives
Ensures compliance with training requirements set forth by government and institutional entities. Provides and/or coordinates training throughout the zonal hubs to ensure compliance.

Assist in the production and distribution of ECHO session course materials and schedules
Facilitate the delivery of clinical/training content using a designated communication vehicle
Coordinate training for SMEs and spoke participants.
Assist with the development of clinical and curriculum brochures
Assist with the development and preparation of marketing and promotional plans and/or materials, as appropriate to the program
Serve as liaison between hub teams and national ECHO coordinator
Coordinate instructional course activities, which may include the logistics for distance delivery technologies
Train hub teams on iECHO data entry
Supervise and examine data entry into iECHO and analyze and use the data to improve
Collect weekly and monthly reports from hubs and provide guidance and recommendations based on tracked indicators and outputs
Assist hubs in data utilization to improve their HIV ECHO clinic and seek creative and innovative ways to capture and present data
Facilitate and enhance day-to-day operating relations with hub coordinators and other stakeholders, as appropriate to the position
Provide administrative and operational support for hub teams and spoke to participants
Collaborate with Project ECHO team to coordinate ECHO site orientation visits and troubleshooting of technical problems

Medically trained personnel (Registered Medical Doctor, nurse).
A degree in Social Work, Public Health, Social Sciences, or similar field from a recognized academic institution will be an added advantage.
Candidates should have at least three years of clinical experience.
Experience in Project ECHO and HIV prevention and treatment initiatives is an added advantage.
Demonstrates experience in coordinating and facilitating training and workshops.
Must be computer literate with knowledge and skills in MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint. Knowledge of any statistical data package will be an added advantage.
Candidates must possess experience in mentoring and orienting staff.
Candidates must have basic skills in monitoring and evaluation.
Able to maintain utmost confidentiality regarding sensitive information.
Able to express oneself verbally in an accurate, understandable, and succinct manner to individuals or groups.
Possesses strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
Prioritization and time management skills sufficient to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to independently work through details of a problem to reach a positive solution.
Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills in Kiswahili and English.
Self-motivated and a team player.
Must be a Tanzanian citizen.

Method of Application
If you are interested and meet the minimum requirements, please submit your cover letter and curriculum vitae of no more than 3-pages by the 15th January 2021 to the Human Resources & Administration Manager, at