Deadline: Ongoing

Location: Kwekwe, Zimbabwe

The Family Health International (FHI 360) is seeking to fill the role of District Cervical Cancer Screening Officer.

FHI 360 delivers sustainable, high-quality, comprehensive HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support services.


  • Provide technical support related to cervical cancer screening and approach to improve access to services
  • Contribute to the development of guidelines, tools and recommendations related to the implementation and evaluation of cervical cancer screening activities within the project
  • Ensure appropriate programme monitoring and accurate financial and programmatic reporting to the country office
  • Contribute to strengthening a standardised monitoring and evaluation system in support of the continuum of care for cervical cancer screening activities in the project
  • Undertake regular frequent monitoring visits to project sites as necessary
  • Coordinate all capacity building and external quality assurance activities for FHI 360 staff at district levels
  • Establish referral and accountability systems to link and track all WLHIV to cervical cancer screening services
  • Develop and implement QI/QA plans, including management of sites, management of adverse events and participation in external QA processes through follow-up to implementation of QI recommendations
  • Coordinate with reproductive health programmes (MCH and FP), where applicable, to ensure WLHIV has access to CXCA services
  • Liaise with MOHCC procurement and supply chain management unit to ensure availability of cervical cancer screening commodities to all project sites
  • Contribute to development of lessons learnt from the project and other relevant projects that are related to cervical cancer screening services and apply lessons to modify and improve the project
  • Work closely with the country office technical team to develop and monitor district annual workplans and budget
  • Ensure all FHI 360 assets and other resources are effectively managed


  • Diploma/degree in Nursing or a related field
  • Registration with Nurses Council of Zimbabwe
  • Licence to practice as a nurse in Zimbabwe
  • Five years, minimum, of relevant experience with international development programmes, including two years of experience with cervical cancer screening programme planning and implementation at the community or provincial level
  • Clean class four driver’s licence, class three licence or willingness to ride a motorbike
  • Motorbike riding experience is a plus
  • Possession of an MPH degree is an added advantage
  • Senior nursing experience in the public OI/ART clinics and or training, knowledge and experience in cervical cancer screening and Cervicography is an added advantage
  • Training in advance HV management is a plus
  • Sound knowledge and experience in monitoring and evaluation is a plus

To apply and for more information, click here.

Photo source: FHI 360


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