Enhancing Children?s HIV Outcomes (ECHO) purpose is to save and enhance the lives of
children and adolescents infected and affected by HIV and AIDS.
ECHO provides technical and service delivery support in paediatric HIV treatment and
care to the National and Provincial Departments of Health, specifically Gauteng and
the North West. ECHO also conducts clinical and operations research, including
internationally sponsored clinical trials. Focus areas include on site teams at key
paediatric clinics and extensive PMTCT, Training and Psychosocial care programmes.
ECHO aims to develop a core of staff who are experts and critical thinkers and who
can make a contribution to developing a national, coordinated approach to paediatric
and adolescent HIV
We are seeking to recruit a suitably qualified and experienced candidate to be part
of this dynamic health team.
To develop and implement qualitative research components for existing ECHO projects
and to develop a qualitative research programme within ECHO.
Key Performance Areas:
- Conduct qualitative evaluations of ECHO programmes through designing and
implementing appropriate qualitative methodologies
- Share outputs from evaluations in both academic and non-academic publications and
- Build the skills of relevant staff in qualitative assessment
Qualifications and Experience
- Social or behavioural sciences related post graduate degree
- Completion of, or progress, towards a related PhD
- Significant experience in qualitative research methodologies, design and data
- Experience in working with the social aspects of HIV
- Research publication record
Date Required to Start: ASAP
Please ensure that you clearly state which position you are applying for.
Please send a clearly marked CV to: email@example.com or fax to: 086 550 9989
Please note: Only short listed candidates will be contacted
Closing date: 31 August 2009