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Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF)
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£48,400.65 per year
The HIV/TB/Hepatitis adviser provides strategic and technical guidance to MSF OCA’s medical operations, both at field and headquarters level
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Job description

The Manson Unit (MU)

The MU is a multi-disciplinary medical team within MSF UK and is part of MSF OCA’s Public Health Department.  We aim to improve the quality of MSF’s medical programmes worldwide, so the best possible care is delivered to our patients. Established in 2003, the unit was named after the father of modern tropical medicine, Sir Patrick Manson. Its focus is on complex medical issues, using health intelligence, research and medical innovation. Our goal is to catalyse change through demonstrating effective new approaches and models of care, and by linking in with international advocacy and global health actors.

The MU is a team of 30 comprised of medical doctors and specialists in infectious diseases, non-communicable diseases, health information systems, epidemiology, geographical information systems, medical editing and research communication. The TB PRACTECAL Clinical Trial team is part of the MU and works towards improved treatments for patients with drug-resistant tuberculosis. . We provide direct support to our field programmes through specialist advice on medical issues, implementing new ways of working, supporting research studies and outbreak response.


The HIV/TB/Hepatitis adviser provides strategic and technical guidance to MSF OCA’s medical operations, both at field and headquarters level, as well as contributing to identification and delivery of MSF’s long-term goals in the domain of HIV, TB and chronic viral hepatitis. At the core of this is the provision of strategic, programmatic and clinical support to specific missions assigned to the post-holder; this may also include substantial implementation support where this is not otherwise available.

As member of the OCA PHD team of HIV/TB/Hepatitis advisers, the post-holder contributes to developing and updating the MSF OCA medical operational policies, and strategic and annual planning and reporting for HIV, TB and chronic viral hepatitis. The post-holder contributes to the wider working of the Manson Unit and the OCA PHD through organising technical updates and discussions, supporting the work of other team members, and taking initiatives to raise the profile and understanding of this topic area.

On behalf of OCA, together with the other team members, contribute to the updating of the MSF inter-sectional policies, strategic frameworks, guidelines, operational research coordination and advocacy for HIV, TB and chronic viral hepatitis.


Specific support to OCA missions and projects:

With respect to their individual assigned portfolio of countries, the post-holder is responsible for:

  • Steering for context adapted operational strategy for HIV, TB and chronic viral hepatitis
  • Technical support for planning, programmatic implementation, clinical care and operational research for HIV, TB and chronic viral hepatitis, including but not limited to:
    • guidance to Health Advisors and Country Teams (Medical Coordinators and project based Medical Team Leaders, Field Doctors and Nurses) for addressing questions linked to prevention, diagnosis, care and treatment;
    • guidance to operations staff at HQ and field level where required;
    • advice to improve interaction between MSF projects and relevant national programmes;
    • support for the use of the MSF OCA Health Information System (HIS) based standard reporting forms and tools for these chronic infectious diseases;
    • support to analysis of the outcome of the resulting data collection (including the six-monthly TB “SPOT” report) for the evaluation of the performance of services for HIV, TB and chronic viral hepatitis;
    • guidance for the development of proposals outlining relevant operational with support to its implementation, analysis and publication.

Wider role within MSF OCA

Together with the other members of the HIV / TB / Hepatitis team, the post-holder is responsible for:

  • Developing and updating MSF OCA medical operational policies and guidelines on HIV, TB and chronic viral hepatitis in line with the MSF inter-sectional policies and guidance and adapted to the OCA strategic planning and medical operational prioritisation.
  • Providing TB / HIV / Hepatitis input into OCA-level or movement-wide strategic documents and processes, as well as monitoring progress where appropriate.
  • Development of TB / HIV / Hepatitis annual plans, with regular review of progress and reporting at control-cycle moments.
  • Development of networks to enhance expertise and support for field implementation (e.g., KNCV, PiH, …)
  • Collaboration with other PHD Specialist Advisors to support integration and implementation of TB, HIV and chronic viral hepatitis services; in particular, in new missions/projects.
  • Development and support for the introduction of new tools and the implementation of new strategies such as:
    • case detection strategies
    • new diagnostic tools and algorithms
    • new treatment regimens
    • adherence support
    • differentiated models of care
    • integration of diagnosis and treatment of DR TB in all TB services
    • integrated management of co-morbidities (HIV, TB, chronic viral hepatitis, NCDs).
    • approaches to counter stigma, discrimination and other barriers of access to care for HIV, TB and chronic viral hepatitis.
  • Taking appropriate initiatives to ensure MSF’s long-term goals in the domain of TB, HIV and chronic viral hepatitis are achieved, including participating in and organising symposia, advocacy events and other internal and external meetings.
  • Providing support to departmental colleagues, as well as input into departmental activities and processes at both the Manson Unit and PHD level, including technical updates, discussions and initiatives to raise the profile and understanding of this topic area.
  • Build and maintain networks within MSF and with relevant external institutions and specialists to form collaborations and exchange knowledge.
  • Represent MSF in the academic and public health community and to the media, companies and supporters, as appropriate.
  • Manage financial resources of the area of work; preparing regular financial forecasts for the activities and managing expenditure in accordance with MSF’s financial policies and procedures.

Intersectional coordination

Representation of MSF-OCA and active participation in the respective AIDS and TB Working Groups and the Chronic Viral Hepatitis Contact Group for:

  • developing and updating MSF inter-section policies, strategic frameworks and guidelines
  • prioritising and coordinating on relevant operational research.
  • defining the medical advocacy agenda
  • participating in the organisation of intersection trainings.

Please note that this list is indicative of the key responsibilities of this role but is by no means exhaustive. MSF is an emergency organisation and a ‘Can do’ attitude and flexibility to take on other related tasks is essential. This job description does not form part of the contract of employment.


Knowledge, skills and expertise


  • Medical Doctor with post-graduate qualification in Infectious Diseases or Internal Medicine.
  • Demonstrable TB, HIV and general medicine clinical experience.
  • Experience in management of HIV/TB programmes in resource limited settings.
  • Significant international clinical field experience with MSF or equivalent medical organisation working in humanitarian contexts.
  • Demonstrable operational research experience.
  • Knowledge of epidemiology and/or public health.
  • Experience in medical advocacy and health policy.
  • Solid interpersonal skills with willingness and ability to communicate effectively with senior operational management, national authorities and other international organisations. 
  • Clear attention to detail and accuracy skills.
  • Proven experience of working independently under minimal supervision.
  • Demonstrable experience of working and constructively participating as part of a multi-cultural team.
  • Fluent in written and spoken English; minimum C2 level.
  • Ability and willingness to travel extensively and work overseas.
  • Demonstrable organisational and communication skills, including attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Strong ability to stick to deadlines and influence others to do the same.
  • Commitment to the aims and values of MSF.
  • Willingness to spend up to one third of your time in the field, in humanitarian settings, including insecure areas, outbreaks and emergencies. 
  • Computer literate with demonstrable ability and experience in MS Applications.


  • Candidates with strong clinical experience in TB, DR-TB and HIV are preferred.
  • Experience with management of Hepatitis B and C.
  • Masters in Epidemiology / Public Health.
  • Experience of interacting / working with Global Health actors, including governmental, academic and professional bodies.
  • Working knowledge B1 level of French and/or Russian.
  • Experience of R/STATA software.

MSF UK is an equal opportunities employer. We are committed to diversity and creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We encourage applications from all sections of our diverse community.


Please apply on our website by submitting a copy of your CV together with a letter of motivation by the closing date: 20/09/19, 11.59pm.

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Posted on: 20 September 2019
Closing date: 20 October 2019
Tags: Policy/Research

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