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|Job Title||Country Director – Uganda|
|Contract Type||Fixed term/Part Time until December 31st with possibility of extension to a full-time position thereafter.|
|Reporting To||Country Programmes Manager, based in UK|
|Responsible For||The THET Uganda country team, and programme volunteers/consultants in-country|
|Key Relationships||Supervisory Responsibility: Administrator|
THET is a specialist global health organisation that educates, trains and supports health workers through global health partnerships, strengthening health systems and enabling people in low-and-middle income countries to access essential healthcare. THET takes an integrated approach to Human Resources for Health and works at three levels:
THET runs health system and health workforce strengthening programmes in Ethiopia, Myanmar, Tanzania, Somaliland/ Somalia, Uganda Zambia, and under the Health Partnership Scheme has provided training, advice and grant support to more than 200 UK and overseas hospitals, universities and professional associations working in partnership across 29 countries in Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
The Uganda Country Director is the lead for THET in country and is responsible for leading and growing an ambitious country programme that responds to local Human Resources for Health priorities by drawing on THET’s unique expertise and experience. This post is responsible for developing and delivering the Uganda Country Strategy and ensuring that the organisation is effectively run and that the team is supported and managed to achieve their full potential.
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Strategic Leadership and Representation
2. Programme Management, Quality, Monitoring and Learning
3. New Business Development
4. External Engagement, Communication and Representation
5. Operations and Financial Management
6. People Leadership and Management
7. Volunteer Support
To apply, please send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com no later than midnight (GMT) on 19th July 2019.
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Processing job applications
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Applicant and employee data
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In some cases, the THET will use automated profiling methods to analyse the above data, including against standard industry benchmarks, but will not use such methods as the sole basis for any related decision making.
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