Reports to: Project Manager
Location: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Start Date: July 2019
Who we are
D-tree International is a leading digital health organization. We work to improve the quality of health systems in low and middle-income countries by exploiting digital technology in innovative ways. We are an interdisciplinary organization, working at the intersection of global health and technology. Expertise in both domains is essential to design and deploy systems which are both appropriate to particular contexts and effective in improving health outcomes. Our work is diverse, ranging from developing tools, to supporting governments to engage with the private sector in Liberia, to an emergency referral system providing life-saving emergency transport to women and babies in Tanzania. We are currently supporting the Ministry of Health in Zanzibar to formalize a national digitally-enabled community health system which will utilize digital tools for more than 2,000 community health workers to provide community-level health services at scale.These systems are cost-effective, significantly improve health systems and save lives. We are well positioned to expand our reach and impact throughout Tanzania in 2019 and beyond.
Who you are
We are seeking a full time Project Coordinator to work closely with the Project Manager to support implementation of digital health projects, lead communication with partners, develop and lead training of trainers, use basic SQL programming to add and modify dashboard charts and tables, support development of mobile applications, serve as communications focal person, analyze data and share reports. This is a dynamic and challenging role requiring an individual with strong analytical, organizational and communication skills.
You are someone who is always curious and an independent worker. You are just as comfortable learning and using new software platforms as you are working in a multidisciplinary team or meeting health workers in a community to understand the user experience. You have a passion for using technology to improve health systems. You are someone who can also clearly communicate about complex technical topics to non-technical audiences. You also pay strong attention to detail. You have worked as a data analyst, assistant project coordinator or a training facilitator in multi- disciplinary teams, using technology as a solution in either public or private sector of international development.
What you will do
We support NGOs and governments to improve health systems with the technology that best fits the context. Your main role will be to work closely with the Project Manager to execute current technology for health programs, troubleshoot and provide solutions to some of the emerging programmatic challenges, train technology users to efficiently use technology solutions and provide feedback on technology use where necessary. You will also serve as a liaison between D-tree and project partners and may lead D-tree Tanzania’s social-media presence.
Who we are looking for
We are looking for a motivated, passionate individual who is willing to wear multiple hats and do what it takes to make our programs succeed. At D-tree, we are trying to push the envelope regarding what is possible with digital health systems. We are working in environments with extreme constrains and are looking for people who are inspired by these restrictions to come up with creative solutions. The following attributes are a general overview, but we will consider individuals who do not meet all of the details below if you have the right skillset and attitude.
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We are seeking a full time Project Coordinator to work with a Project Manager to support implementation of digital health projects
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