Regional Malaria Coordinator, Coordonnateur Régional du Paludisme, Garoua, ICF

Regional Malaria Coordinator, Coordonnateur Régional du Paludisme, Garoua, ICF

Role Responsibilities/ Responsabilités du rôle

Job Description:

ICF is seeking a Regional Malaria Coordinator for an anticipated USAID-funded malaria project in the North region of Cameroon, SEMBE II.  Stronger health systems require strengthened capacity at the community, sub-national, and national levels. At ICF we intentionally partner with national and international organizations such as USAID,  to ensure all global health efforts reinforce self-reliance. ICF has conducted multiple Demographic and Health Surveys in Cameroon since 1991 and has been working in Cameroon on infectious disease projects since 2018.

SEMBE II will support the implementation of health facility- and community-based malaria interventions in the North Region. The team will work closely with the malaria focal points in the North Regional Health Office and the District Health Management Teams to support training, supportive supervision, social and behavior change interventions, monitoring and surveillance, and decision making. The Regional Malaria Coordinator will be responsible for managing the project’s activities in the North Region coordinating with the project technical advisors and liaising with the regional health delegation and other USAID implementing partners. The position is based in Garoua.


The Regional Malaria Coordinator will be responsible for managing the implementation of the project’s activities in the North region. Specific activities include

Coordinating with the Regional Delegation, other U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative implementing partners, and other stakeholders to implement malaria interventions across the region

Managing a team of technical advisors and district coordinators who are responsible for implementing project activities at the district level

Ensuring that district-level work plans are developed and managed within budget

Engaging with the Deputy Chief of Party and Capacity Building Advisor for technical guidance

Coordinating with the project’s finance and operations team to ensure financial integrity

Reporting on project activities to the Deputy Chief of Party

Required Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in medicine, nursing, or public health (a graduate degree in these topics can substitute for a different bachelor’s degree)

8+ years of experience in providing medical care or working with the Cameroon Ministry of Health (a master’s degree can substitute for 2 years of experience)

5+ years of experience managing people

5+ years of experience managing health activities

5+ years of experience working with regional health offices or district management teams

3+ years of experience conducting supportive supervision

3+ years of experience using health information to inform programming

Ability to work in Cameroon

Preferred Qualifications:

Master’s degree in nursing, public health, or epidemiology

Experience working in the health sector in the North region of Cameroon

Experience working with community-based health care workers

Experience conducting adult training on medical issues

Experience in adult education

Experience in social and behavior change

Familiar with malaria prevention and treatment interventions

Interest in digital solutions for health

Advanced professional proficiency in French or English

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