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2 New Jobs at Maternity Africa (MA) Tanzania October, 2023 – Various Posts

Maternity Africa (MA)Jobs in Tanzania 2023: New Job Opportunities at Maternity Africa (MA) 2023

Maternity Africa (MA) Tanzania Jobs 2023

Maternity Africa (www.maternityafrica.org) is a Christian-based, charitable, non-governmental organization registered in Tanzania. It is devoted to making childbirth safe by providing access to good maternity services and treatment of obstetric fistulae and other birth related injuries. We serve the poorest, most vulnerable women by providing free, quality reproductive health care. All programmes have been developed to have a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of mother and child by minimizing maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality.

Maternity Africa is committed to its mission of making childbirth safe and demonstrating the love and compassion of Christ to all regardless of race, religion or ethnicity.

If you are kind, exceptionally skilled in midwifery, keen on continuous skills and professional development and enjoy working with patients this job is for you!

PART-TIME Information Technology Consultant

Information Technology Consultant at Maternity Africa October, 2023

Maternity Africa is seeking to recruit an Information Technology Consultant on a part-time contract, initially of two days per week on a self-employed consultancy basis. The successful candidate will:

Work closely with Maternity Africa’s Senior Management Team, advising how to use information technology systems effectively and efficiently and, where necessary, to improve them;

Provide strategic advice and day-to-day guidance and user-training in connection with Maternity Africa’s technology and IT infrastructures; and Other tasks in connection with the computerized Health Management System (HMS), CCTV system administration, phone network management, printer and peripheral support, security and compliance, documentation and reporting.

Key tasks

  • Clarify and document Maternity Africa’s system specifications, IT inventory and IT work practices, including backups, data security and internet-based systems.
  • Analyse Maternity Africa’s IT requirements and give independent and objective advice on the use of IT.
  • Define software, hardware and network requirements.
  • Develop agreed solutions and implement new systems.
  • Design, test, install and monitor new systems.
  • Organise and deliver IT user training for users.
  • Maintain and administer the hospital’s health management system (HMS), ensuring data integrity and system reliability.
  • Collaborate with healthcare professionals to customize and optimize the HMS to meet specific clinical needs.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve issues related to the HMS, including user access and data security.
  • Oversee the hospital’s CCTV surveillance system, ensuring continuous monitoring and recording of critical areas.
  • Perform regular CCTV system maintenance, including camera calibration and software updates.
  • Investigate and provide footage for security incidents and investigations as needed.
  • Manage the hospital’s phone network infrastructure, including Voice over Internet Phone (VoIP) systems.
  • Ensure reliable connectivity and communication services for hospital staff.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve phone system issues and user inquiries.
  • Maintain and support the hospital’s networked printers and peripheral devices.
  • Monitor and replenish printer supplies, such as toner and paper.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve printer-related problems.
  • Implement security measures to safeguard patient data and sensitive information.
  • Ensure compliance with healthcare industry regulations in all IT operations.
  • Conduct regular IT security audits and assessments.
  • Implement security measures to safeguard patient data and sensitive information.
  • Maintain accurate records of system configurations, maintenance activities, and user access.
  • Generate and present reports on system performance and incident resolution.
  • Maintain internet connectivity and troubleshoot as required.
  • Essential minimum qualifications and experience
  • Holder of Bachelor Degree in Information Technology or related subject from a recognized institution/university.
  • A minimum of three years of IT consulting or similar experience.

 

Other necessary qualities

  • Acceptance of and adherence to Maternity Africa’s values.
  • Excellent communication skills, including demonstrated ability to communicate complex information simply and engagingly.
  • Able to keep confidential information.
  • Fluent in Kiswahili, English and other local language(s).
  • Well organized, with logical approach to decision making.
  • Excellent work ethic.
  • Have close attention to detail.
  • Self-starter and able to work on own initiative.
  • Able to work as part of a small team.
  • Be flexible, ready, willing and able to take on other IT-related roles within Maternity Africa as the organization grows.

 

Temporary/Part-Time Driver

Driver at Maternity Africa October, 2023

Maternity Africa is seeking to recruit a Driver on a part-time agreement for a specific period.

The successful candidate will:

Main duties and Responsibilities

  • To provide a professional and caring service for all patients whilst in the care of Medical Services
  • To ensure that at all times patient safety remains paramount and that safe systems of work are adhered to regarding wheel chairs, clamps, seat belts etc.
  • At all times follow Organisational Standing Operational Procedures for the collection, transport and handover of patients.
  • Keeping the interior and exterior of the vehicle in a clean and tidy state.
  • Carry out risk assessments to assess hazards, then implement safe systems of work and reduce risks to yourself, patients and other persons involved.
  • Complete a vehicle check before every duty including the working order of the vehicle.
  • Report defects and deficiencies of the vehicle and equipment, and replace all items of vehicle inventory used.
  • Providing social care in non-emergency situations.
  • To maintain the vehicle and equipment in accordance with the organisations infection control policy.
  • Ensure a vehicle accident pack is kept on board the vehicle at all times and report any vehicle damage in accordance with company policy and procedures.
  • It is of primary importance that the speed limit is adhered to in all cases, and that driving is safe and the patient is comfortable.

 

Qualifications and Requirement

  • Must have at least O-level (Secondary Level) education.
  • Relevant driving qualifications from National Institute of Transportation (NIT).
  • Must have Motor Vehicle Mechanics training and experience.
  • Good interpersonal skills, with a caring and polite manner
  • Must have a valid Tanzanian driving licence
  • 3+ relevant working experience

 

Application details

Interested candidates are kindly requested to send their cover letter, Curriculum Vitae and Professional Certificates by email only to recruitment@maternityafrica.org Please include the reference number in the subject line. Applications should be sent by 09.00 on Monday 23rd October, 2023. If you do not hear from us within a month from the closing date please consider your applications unsuccessful.

Important: please note –

As a Christian organisation, Maternity Africa seeks always to uphold the highest ethical and moral standards.

Maternity Africa is an Equal Opportunities Employer, and has zero tolerance of any bribery and corruption. If anyone asks you for any form of payment or other consideration in connection with your application, please inform Maternity Africa’s Country Director immediately at michaelhynds@maternityafrica.org and the matter will be dealt with swiftly.

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