District Technical Officer Strategic Health Purchasing
The District Technical Officer (DTO) will assist in the planning, coordination, implementation, monitoring and evaluating all of TBPS activities in their respective district. The DTO will be responsible for maintaining strong relationships with the District and Provincial Health authorities (including the District Public-Private Mix (DPPM) team), as well as establishing and maintaining relationships with key private sector stakeholders, including KOPI-TB, RS, laboratories, apoteks, and clinics in those respective districts. In addition, the DTO will develop relationships with Puskesmas and other public facilities to achieve the defined objectives of the program. The DTO will work together with the TBPS team to identify strategies for local engagement under the District Public Private Mix for TB by enrolling private providers in district networks, coordinating research, engaging the government, including coordination of private sector’s engagement with Puskesmas and district health office (DHO) staff, and supporting the TBPS MERLC and Technical teams on all aspects of project implementation. The District Technical Officer, under supervision of the Field Operations Manager, will also contribute to annual work plans and budget plans and required reporting to the government and to USAID.
- In coordination with the TBPS technical team, the DTO is responsible for the planning, coordination, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of all TBPS program activities in the district for which the DTO is appointed
- Develops strategic relationships within the DPPM network, including with puskesmas, clinics, hospitals, laboratories, pharmacies, professional associations and the DHO
- Developing capacity of district health officers/wasors through training, networking, and involvement in TBPS activities
- Coordinates activities with relevant implementing partners, including PDPI/YKI PPM activities under The Global Fund (GFATM), Challenge TB, Pharmaceutical Supply Management, and others
- Works with the District Health Office, professional associations, and other stakeholders to collect and ensure quality of data for M&E reporting
- Coordinates with TBPS on establishing district networks for diagnosis, treatment, and TB case notification
- Assists in the monitoring and evaluation of BPJS-K strategic health purchasing pilots for TB
- Works with TBPS MERLC and Technical units to carry out implementation or operations research activities
- Contributes to quarterly and annual reports, including coordinating with the M&E teams to identify relevant data sources
- Adhere to financial, data and reporting compliance per USAID and Indonesian regulations
- Perform other duties as assigned
- University degree (S1 degree or equivalent) in Medicine, Pharmacy, Laboratory/biological Sciences, Public Health, Anthropology, or a similar field.
- Three years’ experience in health program implementation or management, including working with government and/or private sector stakeholders
- Effective communications and diplomacy skills for implementing complex interventions with government and private sector audiences
- Strong organizational skills
- Knowledge of TB program implementation and private sector engagement preferred
- Native speaker of Bahasa Indonesia, proficiency in English
- Excellent communication skills
- Sound knowledge of MS Office programs and possess the capacity to quickly learn and use related IT applications
- Demonstrated ability to work as part of multicultural team
- Must be a self-starter, with high degree of responsibility to project outcomes with minimal direct supervision
- Locally within district >50%
- Occasional travel to Jakarta
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