The position will provide expert technical guidance and
inputs to the project's strategies, and work plan activities to ensure the project's interventions
and messages are locally relevant, I culturally appropriate, and address the country's
prioritized malaria SBCC needs.
Specifically will be responsible for providing leadership and technical
guidance in the development and implementation of malaria-SBCC strategies, approaches,
messages and activities; Providing malaria technical advice and guidance during the
regionalization of the project's SBCC strategies, which will include outreach, communication and
training activities to partners, local government and organizations; Generating new ideas and
innovations in our approaches and
thinking in relation to SBCC interventions for malaria
prevention drawing on good practice and evidence from elsewhere; Working closely with the project's
creative partners to inform the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of
two integrated and comprehensive SBCC strategies; Fosterinq a strong working relationship
with the project's primary partner the Government of Tanzania, to secure their technical inputs and
buy in project's strategies, messages and activities; Act as the project focal person for
NMCP; Working closely with Boresha Awa sister projects and ensure they are involved and
engaged in the development of all malaria related strategies, messages and activities and
have associated work plan activities
that relate to the development and regionalization of the
SBC communication products in Tulonge Afya workplan; Identifying and adapting best.
practice SBCC processes,
implementation guidelines, job aids and IPC tools to guide
the development of the project's
campaigns and community level SBCC interventions;
Collaborating with government and USG implementing partners to identify and ensure where feasible
tI'leir malaria SBCC needs are being addressed.
Master's degree in relevant field (MBA, MPH) in marketing,
communications or related field and
7-9 years of related experience; OR Bachelor's Degree and
9-11 years of related experience.
At least 6 - 7 years' work experience with a public health,
development or marketing
organization, of these at least five years should be at
management level capacity, leading the
development and implementation of BCC/SBCC initlatlves-
Expertise and experience in senior capacity working with print, mass media, ICTs and other
electronic media required. In addition to possessing communication capacity, technical expertise in
research analysis and application preferred.
Knowledge of public health issues in Malaria is
critical and in one or more of the
following areas strongly preferred; HIV/AIDS, Family
Planning, reproductive health, maternal and child Ile_alth, and TB
• Significant experience of
workinq collaboratively with the MoHCDGEC and PORALG. USAID project experience an asset· Must
be a confident communicator and presenter- Must be Fluent in spoken and
written English including Swahili· Strong writing, editing, and proofreading skills are
essential, including ability to present concepts verbally.
Excellent mterpersonal skills and ability
to work effectively with a variety of
audiences and organizations essential-
self-motivated with a positive and professional approach to management·
Exhibits strong collaborative
spirit, with ability to, work independently with minimal supervision, and manage a high-volume work
flow· Proactive, creative, and demonstrates initiative· Passionate, motivateq and exhibits
a strong work ethic.
Must be self-motivated with a positive and professional approach to
management. Knowledge of and experience using Microsoft Office essential.
How to Apply:
FHI 360 has a competitive compensation package. For detailed information, interested candidates
may either submit their application Curriculum Vitae (CV)/Resume, Photocopies of Certificates and Names and Addresses of three (3) referees.
Closing Date:June 28,2018. Interviews will be on 4th, 5th & 6th July 2018. Only short
listed car1ttidates will be contacted.