Lighthouse Trust is a registered Public Trust established to manage Centres of Excellence (CoEs) and provide leverage for leadership and delivery of integrated HIV prevention, treatment, care, and support
services in Malawi. Lighthouse has been involved in the development of locally applicable HIV care and treatment models. It is strategically positioned in Malawi’s national HIV response due to its close collaboration with the Ministry of Health (MoH). The Lighthouse in close coordination with MoH provides integrated services at Kamuzu Central Hospital, Bwaila Hospital and some health facilities in urban and rural areas in Lilongwe, Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre, Zomba Central Hospital and
District Support Program (DSP) for Northern region districts including Ntchisi district. Its strategic approach focus on client-centred care based on four goals which are:-
Lighthouse Trust, with support from the United States of America President’s Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through a Cooperative Agreement with Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), has two grants to operate Centers of Excellence for Comprehensive Integrated HIV Care and Treatment Services in Lilongwe (Grant #NU2GGH002131) and also to achieve HIV Epidemic Control through scaling up of Quality Testing, Care and Treatment in sites outside Lilongwe (Grant # NU2GGH002003).
Through these grants Lighthouse wishes to recruit highly qualified and experienced persons to fill the following positions in order to achieve the above mentioned goals :-
Position Title : Clinical Officer (Quote Ref CO2)
Reports to: Clinic Manager
Location: Lighthouse Lilongwe CoE (3 positions) DSP North – Mzuzu (5 Positions)
Purpose of the Position
The Clinical Officer provides high quality clinical services at designated MOH – Lighthouse supported facilities and Lighthouse Clinic including clinical mentoring.
Responsibilities (which include, but are not limited to):
Required Qualifications, Skills and Competencies
Eligible candidates meeting the required qualifications and experience should send applications with cover letter, detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV), copies of Certificates, names, addresses and telephone numbers of three traceable referees. Please clearly quote the reference number on the outside of the envelope.
Applications should be received not later than 6th November, 2020 to the following address:
The Executive Director
Kamuzu Central Hospital
P O BOX 106
Or email to: [email protected]
NOTE: Those currently employed by the Government are not eligible to apply for any position above.
Only those shortlisted candidates will be communicated.
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