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Default Training and Performance Improvement Advisor

PRIME II Armenia Country Program

JOB TITLE: Training and Performance Improvement Advisor

Scope of Responsibility
The Training and Performance Improvement Advisor will coordinate
technical aspects of the PRIME II Armenia Country Program, particularly
related to the strengthening of the family medicine program. The advisor
will collaborate closely with Ministry of Health officials,
representatives of the Armenia Social Transition Project (ASTP), the
family medicine, family nursing and reproductive health educational
institutions, public and private sector institutions, and other national
and international agencies.

The Armenia Country Director supervises this position. The incumbent is
expected to work cooperatively and collaboratively with peers within the
country office, PRIME II international technical experts, and
individuals in counterpart agencies and to form an effective working
relationship with the Country Director.

- Assist in the coordination of RH training module development,
translation and dissemination for family medicine basic and continuing
- Organize logistics for and participate in all training events for
family medicine, including facilitating sessions as needed/requested.
- Contribute to project budgets, reports, work plans, proposals, and
other activities as assigned.
- Regularly travel to the program's target regions to monitor progress
and provide technical assistance and program management.
- Help organize and participate directly in FP/RH training, research and
evaluation activities, including follow-ups, impact studies, project
reviews and monitoring.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Country Director or his
designate, including representing the CD in her absence.

- MD, with a minimum of 3 years of clinical experience working in the
field of reproductive health. Preference for individuals with teaching
experience in basic or continuing education.
- Experience working with the government in developing and/or
implementing health sector reforms related to reproductive health,
family medicine, health financing or optimization.
- Experience working with international organizations and donors in
- Familiarity with international recommendations as they relate to
reproductive health and family medicine practices.
- Demonstrated ability to effectively coordinate programs or projects.
- Excellent verbal and written communications skills, including the
capacity to prepare and deliver formal presentations on programs and
- Willingness to travel extensively within the country.
- Functional fluency in English and native-level spoken and written
fluency in Armenian and Russian.

REMUNERATION: will be in accordance with PSO terms and conditions and
includes a supplementary salary and a social security and insurance
package. The appointees will sign a contract with the requesting
organisation and a supplementary contract with PSO, the funding and
administrating organisation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Please submit a cover letter and resume to
[email protected].

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Closing date for applications is April 18.
Only short-listed candidates will be notified.

General Description of the Organization and Unit
Intrah is a non-profit organization affiliated with the School of
Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Intrah
leads the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
sponsored PRIME II project in Armenia with a small office based in
Yerevan and technical expertise from the headquarters office in Chapel
Hill, North Carolina. The PRIME II Armenia strategic objective is to
improve health worker and health service performance in reproductive
health within the context of health sector reforms.

Purpose and Mission of the Position
The position is responsible for providing technical assistance and
guidance in training and performance improvement for the PRIME II
Country Program in Armenia. The Training and Performance Improvement
Advisor will work under the direction of the Country Director and within
the framework of the broad reform effort of the health and social
welfare systems undertaken by the Government of Armenia with support
from USAID. The PRIME II program focuses on improving quality of and
access to reproductive health care in Armenia through improving national
policies, in supporting the expansion of family medicine training and in
expanding the role of primary level nurses and midwives in offering
reproductive health in target areas in Lori Marz.
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