SUPPORT, COMPREHENSIVE CARE AND EMPOWERMENT FOR PEOPLE WITH PSYCHOSOCIAL DISABILITIES (SUCCEED) PROJECT
Kamuzu College of Nursing, a constituent College of the University of Malawi, is inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill posts in the Support, Comprehensive Care and Empowerment for people with psychosocial Disabilities (SUCCEED). The positions are tenable at Blantyre Campus. All positions will be for a one-year fixed term contract of employment, renewable on mutual agreement and subject to performance. SUCCEED is a five-country research consortium in Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Malawi. and Zimbabwe, coordinated by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and financed by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office in the United Kingdom. SUCCEED will build on principles of co-production and South-South partnership to create regional centres of excellence in research, capacity-building and outreach on psychosocial disabilities. A Research Consortium, in collaboration with the University of Malawi, the programme is implementing a Research on mental health to investigate ‘What Works’ for people with Psychosis in their Communities.
The positions required in the project are as follows:
Position: Media and Communications Officer
To coordinate and deliver resources and processes for increased visibility of SUCCEED and its mandate