PricewaterhouseCoopers Limited (PwC) invites eligible candidates to indicate their interest to provide consultancy Services as a Health Technical Specialist to the Field Support Services Project (FSSP) Tanzania.
The Health Technical Specialist will provide technical support and advice to Canada in the development and implementation of a portfolio of projects in the health sector. This includes, but is not limited to, advice in analysis, planning, design, management, monitoring and coordination of Canada's health programming and policy dialogue in Tanzania.
Candidates will be evaluated basing on the following key qualifications and experience:
i. Master's degree in public health or other relevant health or medical field from a recognized university
ii. Five years of cumulative, full-time, 'professional work experience in the health sector in Tanzania, in a non-clinical capacity (e.g. management, administration, advocacy, research, etc.)
iii. Experience planning, designing, managing, monitoring or evaluating health projects and programs as well as integrating cross cutting issues such as gender equality and environmental impact
iv. Experience providing advisory services on reproductive, maternal, new born, child and adolescent health policy and programming and health systems strengthening broadly
v. Experience with-sector budget support, providing advisory services to a bilateral development partner, gender equality and results-based management capacities (desirable but not necessary)
vi. Experience in health sector reviews, donor coordination,' or health sector technical and financial reporting (desirable but not necessary)
In addition to the key qualifications above, the incumbent is also expected to demonstrate the following skills and competencies:
• Knowledge of health sector policy priorities and processes in Tanzania, including planning, management and budgeting of public sector resources
• Strong research, analytical and writing skills
• Strong skills in leadership, teamwork, networking, coordination and intercultural communication; and
• Fluency in English and proficiency in Kiswahili