2 JOB POSITIONS AT Health Builders : ( Deadline : 31 October 2019 )

2 JOB POSITIONS AT Health Builders : ( Deadline : 31 October 2019 )

 

2 JOB POSITIONS AT Health Builders : ( Deadline : 31 October 2019 )

 

 

Quality Improvement and Clinical Management Officer AT Health Builders : ( Deadline : 31 October 2019 )

 

 

Organization Overview

 

Health Builders is dedicated to addressing three fundamental challenges that prevent universal access to quality primary health care (PHC) services in Rwanda:

 

Inefficient management of clinical systems
Inadequate or nonexistent health infrastructure and
Outdated technology.
Through a close and collaborative partnership with the Ministry of Health and the local government, Health Builders trains and mentors PHC providers to improve the quality of health care; constructs comprehensive PHC centers where access is limited; and equips PHC centers with system strengthening technology that supports efficient and sustainable operations.

 

Position Overview

 

Health Builders is seeking skilled applicants for the following positions to help support the organization and its mission to strengthen Rwanda’s health systems.

The Quality Improvement and Clinical Management Officer will support the quality improvement of health care services provided to patients at the PHC centers in which Health Builders operates. He/she will develop and implement guidelines/tools to be integrated into training and mentorship approaches to ensure that patients receive an acceptable standard of care.

 

 

 

Specific duties and responsibilities

 

 

Build relationships with the Ministry of Health, the districts, the health facilities, and other partners to establish the best way to implement quality improvement and clinical projects at all Health Builders supported health care centers in Rwamagana, Nyabihu, and Rulindo District together with the existing field team
Assess and apply existing mechanisms, guidelines and standards available that are relevant to the quality of health care services in Rwanda
Support in the regular assessment of health care staffing and training needs to address quality in the PHC centers
Develop methodologies for assessing and improving quality in PHC centers, or enhance the existing methodologies
Create data collection tools, define monitoring and evaluation methodology
Train health management advisors team on the “Quality Improvement”
Train clinical staff on clinical, communication and other necessary skills required to implement health care services
Support field team with a collection of baseline data and improve the data management abilities at the district and health center level to ensure regular, high-quality data collection and analysis, and timely, strategic response to reporting
Provide ongoing feedback and revisions of Quality Improvement tools
Any other duties assigned by the supervisor.

 

Required Skills and Experience

 

 

Possess a Bachelors Degree in Nursing or Medicine from an accredited university
Have at least 3 years of proven clinical experience in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and in assessing the clinical competencies of health facilities
Hold previous experience training or teaching clinicians and developing clinical tools
Experience in implementing quality improvement methods and tools
Experience in supervision and training, using a range of methods
Have a strong commitment to improving the health and lives of vulnerable populations
Have strong communication skills (written and spoken) in English and Kinyarwanda; French is an added advantage
Ability to work as part of a team, but also capable of working independently and taking self-initiative, without significant oversight
Clinical leadership and team management skills
Ability to problem-solve and approach challenges with imagination
Capability to multi-task, highly organized, with excellent time management skills, utilizing the available time to organize and complete work within given deadlines
Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) and email

How to Apply

 

If you are qualified for these positions, please send your resume; cover letter; academic, professional and employment certificates to [email protected] by October 31, 2019

 

 

 

 

Accountant AT Health Builders : ( Deadline : 31 October 2019 )

 

 

Organization Overview

 

Health Builders is dedicated to addressing three fundamental challenges that prevent universal access to quality primary health care (PHC) services in Rwanda:

 

Inefficient management of clinical systems

Inadequate or nonexistent health infrastructure and
Outdated technology.
Through a close and collaborative partnership with the Ministry of Health and the local government, Health Builders trains and mentors PHC providers to improve the quality of health care; constructs comprehensive PHC centers where access is limited; and equips PHC centers with system strengthening technology that supports efficient and sustainable operations.

 

Position Overview

 

Health Builders is seeking skilled applicants for the following position to help support the organization and its mission to strengthen Rwanda’s health systems.

The Accountant will be based in Kigali and will report directly to the Country Director. His/her main role will be to design and implement an adequate accounting system that conforms to international accounting standards or Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and donor requirements.

 

Specific duties and responsibilities include the following:

 

Verify regularity of expenses and supporting documents; arrange payments to suppliers and employees
Prepare monthly payroll for salaries
Compile monthly employment income tax and social security contributions; ensure declarations and payments are done on time and according to Rwandan laws and regulations
Verify and post transactions in QuickBooks or any other organization’s accounting system and maintain updated accounting records
Keep proper filing of supporting documents for all the financial transactions
Carry out monthly bank reconciliations
Participate in the preparation of the Organization’s Budget, monitor and control its performance
Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual budget execution reports
Ensure controls over petty cash are effective
Verify Petty cash monthly reports
Monitor and pay telephone, water and electricity bills as well as office supplies, maintenance, and repairs
Prepare annual financial statements (Statement of Financial Position, Statement of Activities and Changes in Net Assets, Statement of Changes in Cash and Notes to the Accounts)
Prepare special financial reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing accounting information and trends
Prepare and follow the Organization’s annual audits and make plans for implementing audit recommendations.
Help Health Management Advisors (HMAs) to implement effective financial and Human Resource Management systems at the district level and health centre level
Carry other tasks as required by the supervisor.

 

 

Required Skills and Experience

 

Education – a Bachelors Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Management, Economics or related fields
Experience – a minimum of 3 years of experience in an accounting role
Proficient use of QuickBooks or other accounting software
Strong team player and collaborator
Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines
Excellent organizational skills and an ability to multitask
High level of numeracy and financial analysis
Strong communication skills – both written and oral
Strong attention to detail
Languages – professional proficiency in English, knowledge of French is an advantage; native proficiency in Kinyarwanda is required.

 

How to Apply

 

If you are qualified for these positions, please send your resume; cover letter; academic, professional and employment certificates to [email protected] by October 31, 2019

 

 





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