Cell-Life is looking for a mobile health (mHealth) Project Associate, based at its offices in Cape Town. The position will involve working on some of Cell-Life’s mHealth services in health promotion and maternal health. Areas of work will include assisting in:
Cell-Life is looking for a mobile health (mHealth) Project Coordinator, based at its offices in Cape Town. The position will involve running some of Cell-Life’s mHealth health services in health promotion and maternal health. Areas of work will include:
- Project planning and reporting
- Conceptualising, costing and setting up new mHealth services, particularly ones that use communication with people/patients to improve health outcomes
- Writing content
- Piloting and evaluating mHealth services
- Partnership development, including with other NGOs and government.
- Marketing mhealth services.
The position requires a range of skills and experience:
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