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Sun, 18/03/2018 - 17:30


Support and care for EVD Survivors was identified as one of the pillars of the President Ebola Recovery Plan (10-24 months) for Health. As a consequence, a presidential mandate was released in November 2015 to provide free healthcare to all EVD survivors; and in 2016 the government has established the Comprehensive Program for Ebola Survivors (CPES) co-led by the Ministry of Health and Sanitation and the Ministry of Social Welfare, Gender and Children’s Affairs through a Program Implementation Unit (PIU).

The Ministry of Health and Sanitation, in collaboration with the USAID-funded Advancing Partners & Communities project, has begun in October 2017 the implementation of phase 2 of the CPES program seeking to build on the achievements gained since the beginning of the program to strengthen further the health system.

The MOHS is hereby seeking to recruit qualified 1 candidate for the position of Clinical Training Officer in BOMBALI District




The Ministry of Health and Sanitation is looking to hire 1 Clinical Training Officers in Bombali District.

Summary of the Role (CTOs)

Clinical Training Officers (CTOs) are based within the DHMT and are expected to provide mentorship services to lower level peripheral health units. The CTOs will provide targeted training, supervision and mentorship at facility level aimed at improving the quality of care provided by facility staff and consequently the health outcomes for their communities.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities (CTOs)

  • Work with the local DHMT (District Medical Officer, DHS and M&E staff) and national PIU to identify target facilities on a quarterly basis

  • Develop, share, and execute training and mentorship calendar in partnership with PHU in-charges and DHMT leadership, for all facilities covered

  • Perform regular clinical training and ongoing mentoring on topics relevant to FHCI populations for staff at PHUs, with a focus on MCHPs and CHPs

  • Train clinical and support staff to accurately capture and report data on health services utilization and patient outcomes

  • Provide technical support and feedback to DHMT on issues relating to FHCI population health needs and identified issues, sharing best practices

  • Support and facilitate facility and DHMT M&E staff to collate health utilization data

  • Promote the culture of development and use of patient care plans and standard operating procedures (SOPs)

  • Regularly liaise with district Referral Coordinator for input on mentorship topics

  • Utilize knowledge testing and performance observation tools to measure and support clinical staff for excellence in clinical care according SOPs

  • Identify training and capacity building needs within DHMT and work with PIU, CPES technical partners, and others to address (e.g., development of district training timetables, planning and running of monthly in-charges meetings)

  • Provide timely data and analysis of project activities

  • Attendance of regular training as determined by the PIU and DHMT


Qualifications (CTOs)

  • Clinical practice qualification: SRN, BSc Nursing, CHA, CHO preferred

  • Current or recent clinical practice and a current, valid clinical license (all require board certification in a medical specialty)

  • At least 2 years’ clinical experience

  • Experience in a clinical teaching, and/or mentorship

  • Experience working with EVD survivors beneficial

  • Previous experience as Clinical Training Officer or similar position an advantage

  • Public health training and experience is preferred

  • Exemplary interpersonal communication skills required to interact effectively with senior leadership, partners, and clinicians on sensitive confidential issues

  • Understanding of Sierra Leone health system

  • Demonstrated commitment to the health of their community

  • Excellent communication skills (verbal, written)

  • Computer literacy with demonstrated use of word processing and database management (Word and Excel)

  • Willing to live within catchment areas associated with role

  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision

  • Excellent organizational and time management skills and strong attention to detail and deadlines


Interested candidates should send an updated CV (including contacts for three referees) and a Cover Letter, not later than March 18th 2017 6PM to:


Hannah Kanu Koroma, CPES Program Implementation Unit Admin Assistant AND


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