The PEPFAR-funded Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Global Health Consortium (GHC) project is designed to transform clinical HIV practice to provide high quality, comprehensive, inter-professional care, and treatment to people living with HIV with the ultimate goal of improving the quality of healthcare, clinic workflow, and team building leading to improved health outcomes.
Meharry Medical College Global Health and HIV Clinical Services is a consortium of the HBCU project and is currently implementing projects aimed at improving the quality of care for mothers and babies in selected Ministry of Health (MOH) healthcare facilities in the country. Meharry is working on expanding its work to additional MOH facilities. As a result of this expansion, the project is recruiting for the following full-time positions to be based at the scale up sites in Lusaka.
The clinical paediatrician will be an experienced practicing physician who will improve the overall clinical practice that includes alleviation of clinic congestion and improve quality of paediatric ART care in high volume HIV treatment sites. Reporting to the Senior Supervising Clinical Paediatrician; this position will be responsible for, but not limited to the following duties:
Skills and Qualifications
Method of Application
For consideration please send cover letter and CV with position applied for in the subject line to this email below:
Please note that due to high volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.