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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: United Arab Emirates
    Closing date: 31 Jul 2015

    ****Job Description:**** Project HOPE is implementing a Diabetes Empowerment and Education Program in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with a focus on Dubai. This position, reporting to the Senior Program Officer, Non-Communicable Diseases, will be based in Dubai and work closely with the Project HOPE team to organize, oversee, and report on local program activities. The applicant should be able to align meetings with program partners and stakeholders, undertake costing of activities, attend program events, troubleshoot at the local level, and communicate regularly with Project HOPE Center Staff.

    ****Tasks:****Working with the Senior Program Officer, NCDs, the consultant will:

    • Cost out activities and find local partners and vendors
    • Arrange meetings and logistics for Project HOPE Center Staff
    • Organize local program events
    • Attend and report on local program meetings and events
    • Troubleshoot when local program issues arise
    • Communicate with Project HOPE Center staff

    ****Requirements****

    • Prefer master’s degree in public health (MPH) or related graduate degree
    • Experience working with the health sector in the UAE
    • Basic knowledge of diabetes
    • Strong writing and communication skills
    • Preferred bilingual – fluent in English and Arabic Preferred work experience in preventing, treating, and managing NCDs

    How to apply:

    To apply, click on the following link:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=108


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 31 Jul 2015

    POSITION SUMMARY:To develop manage and run Project HOPE GIK programs in the Central Asian, Mid East and Asia regions. To assist the Organization to respond to disasters and provide technical support to the GIK program in general.

    PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Develop and maintain GIK programming in the CAR, Mid East and Asia regions.

    Secondary Responsibility:

    Provide support and backstopping for Disaster Response initiatives.

    Activities:

    1. Day to day management of Project HOPE’s GIK programs in the CAR, Mid East and Asia regions.
    2. Backstop Disaster Response teams.
    3. Conduct on-site assessments and create implementation plans for Disaster Response projects.
    4. Manage budgets and financial matters related to the CAR, Mid East and Asia regions
    5. Develop 2 year strategic plan for CAR, Mid East and Asia regions with respect to GIK programs
    6. Work closely with the Distribution Manager to assure appropriate use of Project HOPE’s logistics resources for all activities in the designated regions.
    7. Liaison with programs: assure needs lists, training, auditing as this relates to CAR, Mid East and Asia regions
    8. Liaison with development: assure proper products; work with donors to better market Project HOPE’s regional GIK programming.
    9. Program Development / Fundraising: Government (USAID, DOS, DOD, Embassies), corporate sector (Mining companies, oil companies, transport companies) and other private sector donors for all GIK programming in the CAR, Mid East and Asia regions.
    10. Other duties as assigned.

    REQUIREMENTS:

    1. BA or BS degree.
    2. 5 years international work experience.
    3. Ability to work with little supervision.
    4. 2 years of fundraising and/ or marketing experience.
    5. 5 years logistics experience.

    How to apply:

    To apply, Click on the following URL to access the Project HOPE Career Page:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=114


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 31 Aug 2015

    POSITION SUMMARY:

    The Proposal Writer/Editor will pay a key role in the business development process of the organization. Works closely with the Program Development team and with HOPE’s technical and regional experts to coordinate and develop technical proposal narratives that respond to donor requirements and thereby ensure the submission of high-quality, winning proposals. This position plays a key role in coordinating the development of the proposal, including substantial writing of sections. Will assist in the standardization of business development/marketing documentation and materials.

    PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Serve as the lead technical writer in business development, program design and proposal efforts for USAID and other donors
    • Serve in additional technical editor roles including the incorporation of text from different writers, writing proposal sections (to include executive summary, management, strategic approaches, and past performance)
    • Write and edit technical proposals, focusing on improving readability
    • Copy editing full proposal documents
    • Perform other proposal support tasks such as conducting proposal design workshop, developing compliance matrix, conducting compliance reviews, performing final quality control reviews, and working with production staff to coordinate final proposal, packaging, and delivery
    • Work closely with the Acting Director, Business Development to align the proposal budget with the technical narrative
    • Keep track of proposal results, collect donor feedback, and conduct reviews/lessons learned sessions with proposal teams

    ESSENTIAL SKILLS EXPERIENCE:

    • Masters’ degree in English, Journalism, or Marketing (or related field) preferred – or ten (10) years relevant experience
    • Knowledge of the international development industry and donors, specifically USAID and DFID
    • Experience writing winning technical proposals in the field of international health
    • Strong writing, editing, and proofreading skills
    • Excellent oral and communication skills
    • Ability to work autonomously and in team environment under critical deadline pressures
    • High level of proficiency in MS Office applications
    • Able to travel internationally
    • Writing sample will be required

    How to apply:

    To apply, use the following link to access the Project HOPE Career Site

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=94


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Mozambique
    Closing date: 31 Jul 2015

    Introduction:

    Project HOPE is recruiting for our proposal to USAID/Mozambique’s recently issued RFP titled “Service Delivery and Support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children” (SDS-OVC-MZ). We are a non-profit organization with an international team of over 500 engaged employees in 30 countries. Our mission is to make a positive impact on the global health challenges facing people around the world. Working in collaboration with local governments and other nongovernmental organizations, we are committed to long-term sustainable health care. Position is contingent upon successful award of the project.

    RFP Background:

    The main goal of the USAID/Mozambique’s “Service Delivery and Support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children” (SDS-OVC-MZ) activity is to improve the health, nutritional status and well-being of the Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) living in PEPFAR defined priority districts for epidemic control. The overall objective is to strengthen the capacity of families and communities to care for and protect the children within their care. This contributes to reducing the risk and impact of HIV/AIDS and other health conditions on one of the most vulnerable populations in Mozambique. The activity will take a family-centered approach and offer a set of interventions that will: strengthen families and communities to help OVC, and build resilience; and create a fostering environment for a healthy physical, social and emotional development, ensuring that children are healthy, educated, and prepared to contribute to Mozambique’s development.

    Position Description:

    Project HOPE is seeking a long term, full-time Finance and Operations Director (FOD) to provide technical support on this anticipated 5-year initiative. This position will be based out of Maputo Mozambique for the duration of the contract period.

    Responsibilities:

    The FOD is responsible for overseeing project finances and other operational and administrative duties. The FOD will supervise all grant and contract management and reporting on contract and grant performance as well as provide financial and technical management to ensure best use of resources by preparing sound budgets, monitoring project expenses, and ensuring timely preparation of USAID financial reports.

    Required Qualifications:

    • A Master’s degree or higher in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, or relevant field, and at least 8 years of demonstrated experience in administrative and financial management of large-scale, complex, international development assistance programs; OR
    • A Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, or related field or a professional qualification in accountancy, with at least 10 years’ experience in administrative and financial management of large-scale, complex, international development assistance programs; and
    • In-depth knowledge of U.S. Government financial management rules and regulations.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Strong financial and operational management experience with proven management skills;
    • Strong interpersonal and team-building skills with significant experience building strong host country national team;
    • Extensive experience in developing and managing a donor funded grants program; and
    • Proven ability to work with a wide range of local organizations and people.

    How to apply:

    To apply, please use the attached link to access this position via our Project HOPE Careers Webpage:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=122


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Mozambique
    Closing date: 31 Jul 2015

    Position Description:

    Project HOPE is seeking a long term, full-time Deputy Chief of Party/Deputy Project Director (DPD) to provide leadership to technical activities on this anticipated 5-year initiative. This position will be based out of Maputo Mozambique for the duration of the contract period.

    Introduction:

    Project HOPE is recruiting for our proposal to USAID/Mozambique’s recently issued RFP titled “Service Delivery and Support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children” (SDS-OVC-MZ). We are a non-profit organization with an international team of over 500 engaged employees in 30 countries. Our mission is to make a positive impact on the global health challenges facing people around the world. Working in collaboration with local governments and other nongovernmental organizations, we are committed to long-term sustainable health care. Position is contingent upon successful award of the project.

    RFP Background:

    The main goal of the USAID/Mozambique’s “Service Delivery and Support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children” (SDS-OVC-MZ) activity is to improve the health, nutritional status and well-being of the Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) living in PEPFAR defined priority districts for epidemic control. The overall objective is to strengthen the capacity of families and communities to care for and protect the children within their care. This contributes to reducing the risk and impact of HIV/AIDS and other health conditions on one of the most vulnerable populations in Mozambique. The activity will take a family-centered approach and offer a set of interventions that will: strengthen families and communities to help OVC, and build resilience; and create a fostering environment for a healthy physical, social and emotional development, ensuring that children are healthy, educated, and prepared to contribute to Mozambique’s development.

    Responsibilities:

    The DPD is responsible for overseeing all programming, including ensuring the technical quality of services. The DPD works with sub-partners to decide on targets, oversees the development and execution of community action plans, monitors the implementation of the work plans, works with the PD to facilitate operational capacity building initiatives, directly facilitates technical capacity building, and supports coordination with local government and other key partners. The DPD directs and supervises senior program staff and consultants.

    Required Qualifications:

    • A Bachelor’s degree in public health, social sciences, or other related degree;
    • At least 5 years of experience managing large and complex OVC or Community based HIV/AIDS care and support projects;
    • At least 3 years of supervision experience;
    • Experience working with CSO’s in advocacy training and institutional capacity building;
    • Demonstrated ability to ensure gender integration in project design, implementation and M&E

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Demonstrated experience planning, designing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating projects; and
    • Demonstrated strong managerial, communications and interpersonal skills.
    • Excellent knowledge of U.S. Government approaches and regulations;
    • An excellent team player with good skills in team work and consultative approach to decision making;
    • Outstanding English and Portuguese language skills, both spoken and written

    How to apply:

    To apply, please use the attached link to access the position via our Project HOPE Careers Webpage:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=120


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Mozambique
    Closing date: 31 Jul 2015

    Project HOPE is seeking a long term, full-time Chief of Party (COP)/Director to provide leadership to technical activities on this anticipated 5-year initiative. This position will be based out of Maputo Mozambique for the duration of the contract period.

    Introduction:

    Project HOPE is recruiting for our proposal to USAID/Mozambique’s recently issued RFP titled “Service Delivery and Support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children” (SDS-OVC-MZ). We are a non-profit organization with an international team of over 500 engaged employees in 30 countries. Our mission is to make a positive impact on the global health challenges facing people around the world. Working in collaboration with local governments and other nongovernmental organizations, we are committed to long-term sustainable health care. Position is contingent upon successful award of the project.

    RFP Background:

    The main goal of the USAID/Mozambique’s “Service Delivery and Support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children” (SDS-OVC-MZ) activity is to improve the health, nutritional status and well-being of the Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) living in PEPFAR defined priority districts for epidemic control. The overall objective is to strengthen the capacity of families and communities to care for and protect the children within their care. This contributes to reducing the risk and impact of HIV/AIDS and other health conditions on one of the most vulnerable populations in Mozambique. The activity will take a family-centered approach and offer a set of interventions that will: strengthen families and communities to help OVC, and build resilience; and create a fostering environment for a healthy physical, social and emotional development, ensuring that children are healthy, educated, and prepared to contribute to Mozambique’s development.

    Responsibilities:

    The PD is responsible and has authority and oversight for the entire program. The PD provides managerial and technical support throughout the implementation of the project, including management of sub-partners. The PD is responsible for providing input to USAID Mozambique for the development and submission of the Health Operational Plans and PEPFAR Country Operating Plan (COP) technical and budget documents.

    Annual Program Reports (APR) and Semi-Annual Program Reports (S/APR), in collaboration with the M&E Specialist, and develops requests for supplemental funding. S/he will have main responsibility for representation of the project to the United States Government (USG). The PD bears ultimate responsibility for ensuring that grantees and sub-grantees meet USAID, Health, PEPFAR and program requirements.

    Required Qualifications:

    • A Master’s degree in public health, social sciences, or related degree, and at least 7 years of senior-level management experience in managing large and complex projects; or a Bachelor’s degree in public health, social sciences, or related degree, and at least 10 years of senior-level management experience in managing large, complex OVC or HIV/AIDS care and support projects; At least 7 years of supervision experience;
    • At least 8 years of experience living or working in a developing country;
    • Demonstrated strong leadership, communications, and interpersonal skills;
    • Demonstrated experience working with host country government; and
    • Fluency in English and at least one Romance Language—Portuguese, Spanish, French, etc.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Strong skills and experience in all aspects of program cycle management – design and development, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation;
    • Proven coaching, facilitation, and communication skills;
    • Outstanding English-language skills, both spoken and written;
    • Excellent knowledge of U.S. Government approaches and regulations;
    • An excellent team player with good skills in team work and consultative approach to decision making;
    • Understanding of U.S. government development assistance mission, values, and principles;
    • Minimum of seven years of Chief of Party (COP), or equivalent, experience in Child Protection, OVC or HIV Care and Support Programs, preferably in Africa;
    • Ability to navigate politically sensitive terrain and maintain constructive relationships with a diverse set of key stakeholders; and
    • Minimum of seven years management experience on large, complex, and multifaceted donor-funded projects.

    How to apply:

    To apply for the position, use the attached link to access the position at our Project HOPE Career Website: https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=118


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Mozambique
    Closing date: 31 Jul 2015

    Introduction:

    Project HOPE is recruiting for our proposal to USAID/Mozambique’s recently issued RFP titled “Service Delivery and Support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children” (SDS-OVC-MZ). We are a non-profit organization with an international team of over 500 engaged employees in 30 countries. Our mission is to make a positive impact on the global health challenges facing people around the world. Working in collaboration with local governments and other nongovernmental organizations, we are committed to long-term sustainable health care. Position is contingent upon successful award of the project.

    RFP Background:

    The main goal of the USAID/Mozambique’s “Service Delivery and Support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children” (SDS-OVC-MZ) activity is to improve the health, nutritional status and well-being of the Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) living in PEPFAR defined priority districts for epidemic control. The overall objective is to strengthen the capacity of families and communities to care for and protect the children within their care. This contributes to reducing the risk and impact of HIV/AIDS and other health conditions on one of the most vulnerable populations in Mozambique. The activity will take a family-centered approach and offer a set of interventions that will: strengthen families and communities to help OVC, and build resilience; and create a fostering environment for a healthy physical, social and emotional development, ensuring that children are healthy, educated, and prepared to contribute to Mozambique’s development.

    Position Description:

    Project HOPE is seeking a long term, full-time Capacity Development Advisor (CDA) to provide technical support on this anticipated 5-year initiative. This position will be based out of Maputo Mozambique for the duration of the contract period.

    Responsibilities:

    The CDA will lead the project’s internal capacity building and quality improvement efforts. The CDA will oversee the technical and organizational capacity development of the prime organization and the sub-partners. The CDA’s responsibility is to tailor capacity building plans that may include human resources management, financial management, reporting, resource mobilization, sub-grant management, governance, reporting, monitoring and evaluation.

    Required Qualifications:

    • A Bachelor’s degree in social sciences, business administration, or a related field;
    • A minimum of 5 years of experience in capacity building, which includes at least 3 years of experience in capacity development aspects;
    • Experience in assessing technical capacity of organizations, developing customized capacity building plans, and providing individualized training, mentoring and on-site support in various technical areas of need; and
    • Fluency in English and at least one Romance Language—Portuguese, Spanish, French, etc.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Solid experience in the management of people and systems in high-pressure environments;
    • Experience in working with the U.S. Government in the developing country context; and
    • Demonstrated experience working with local governments, multi-donor agencies and or developmental partners.

    How to apply:

    To apply, use the attached link to access our Project HOPE Career Page:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=119


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Mozambique
    Closing date: 31 Jul 2015

    Position Description:

    Project HOPE is seeking a long term, full-time Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist (M&ES) to provide technical support on this anticipated 5-year initiative. This position will be based out of Maputo Mozambique for the duration of the contract period.

    Introduction:

    Project HOPE is recruiting for our proposal to USAID/Mozambique’s recently issued RFP titled “Service Delivery and Support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children” (SDS-OVC-MZ). We are a non-profit organization with an international team of over 500 engaged employees in 30 countries. Our mission is to make a positive impact on the global health challenges facing people around the world. Working in collaboration with local governments and other nongovernmental organizations, we are committed to long-term sustainable health care. Position is contingent upon successful award of the project.

    RFP Background:

    The main goal of the USAID/Mozambique’s “Service Delivery and Support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children” (SDS-OVC-MZ) activity is to improve the health, nutritional status and well-being of the Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) living in PEPFAR defined priority districts for epidemic control. The overall objective is to strengthen the capacity of families and communities to care for and protect the children within their care. This contributes to reducing the risk and impact of HIV/AIDS and other health conditions on one of the most vulnerable populations in Mozambique. The activity will take a family-centered approach and offer a set of interventions that will: strengthen families and communities to help OVC, and build resilience; and create a fostering environment for a healthy physical, social and emotional development, ensuring that children are healthy, educated, and prepared to contribute to Mozambique’s development.

    Responsibilities:

    The M&ES is responsible for all monitoring, evaluation and reporting activities under the award. The M&ES leads the development of and manages the Monitoring and Evaluation Plan (M&E Plan). The M&ES develops and maintains systems to collect and analyze information on inputs, outputs, outcomes and impact of the program. She/he conducts supportive supervisory visits to sub-grantees to observe, monitor, guide, and provide feedback on the use of data and indicators; analyze monthly data, and support training of M&E personnel in quality assurance methods.

    Required Qualifications:

    • Master’s degree in a public health field, social science, economics, or relevant discipline. Significant study in fields relevant to OVC/HIV care and support project, international development and/or program monitoring and evaluation;
    • Strong background or formal training in evaluating international development programs such as but not limited to, Social Protection, OVC, Family Planning and Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS;
    • At least 5 years of experience related to monitoring, evaluating and reporting on programs related to OVC, HIV Care and Support or international development in developing countries;
    • Demonstrated statistical analysis skills and use of relevant software; and
    • Fluency in English and Portuguese.

    Preferred Qualifications

    • Experience in design and implementation of M&E systems in the OVC and HIV/AIDS programs in Africa; and
    • Demonstrated knowledge of host country management information systems.
    • Proven leadership to support the strengthening of the M&E systems within a host country’s Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Action, Ministry of Health and other International

    How to apply:

    To apply, use the attached link to access the position via our Project HOPE Careers Webpage:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=121


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Tajikistan
    Closing date: 30 Sep 2015

    Project HOPE is seeking to form a team of subject matter experts to conduct a final evaluations of its tuberculosis (TB) control project in Tajikistan. Using a participatory approach, the team will provide a project achievement assessment, the results of which will be presented to the Country TB conference.

    Working with the GF Program Manager, the team (consisting of a lead and up to two members) will:

    • Conduct an evaluation of overall achievements of the goals of the grant
    • Deliver a comprehensive guideline for future replication in other districts
    • Summarize lessons learned in MDR-TB
    • Prepare presentation of overall analysis to country conference

    Qualifications include the following:

    • Master’s degree in Public Health or related graduate degree, (for example, MD, MS, MBA)
    • Experience in working in the field of preventing, treating, and managing TB
    • Strong written and oral communications skills
    • Fluency in English and Russian

    How to apply:

    To apply, please use the attached link to access the position via our Project HOPE Careers Page

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=117


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Mozambique
    Closing date: 30 Sep 2015

    Project HOPE is currently recruiting for our proposal in support of USAID in Mozambique. Titled “Mozambique Monitoring and Evaluation Mechanisms and Services, the primary objective of the award is the development of a comprehensive monitoring and evaluation program, which will be able to provide continued, on-the-ground support on performance monitoring, data verification, evaluation of the impact, output and outcome results and environmental compliance of USAID/Mozambique activities. We are a non-profit organization with an international team of over 500 engaged employees in 30 countries. Our mission is to make a positive impact on the global health challenges facing people around the world. Working in collaboration with local governments and other nongovernmental organizations, we are committed to long-term sustainable health care. Position is contingent upon successful award of the project.

    Oversee program monitoring and reporting across multiple activities and programs. She/he will work with Key Personnel and other stakeholders (i.e., partners, Mission staff) providing oversight of monitoring functions, such as, the creation of performance indicators, development of activity and project M&E plans, setting of targets, collection of program data, assessment of data quality, analyses of data, reporting, and impact. This will include providing trainings to various stakeholders on results-based management and creating effective monitoring indicators, plans, processes, and systems to improve performance monitoring. Working with other Key Personnel, the Senior Monitoring Officer will ensure that short- and long-term monitoring team members (including M&E Specialists and field support staff) recruited under this contract are of a high caliber and possess the required technical expertise.

    Minimum Qualifications

    • A Masters (or higher) degree in the field of international relations, economics, political science, public policy, statistics, and/or other relevant field.
    • Academic or professional training in performance monitoring design and implementation, including data collection and analysis.
    • At least 8 years of progressively more responsible experience in the design and management of indicators, M&E plans, performance targets, data quality assessments, data collection, analysis, and reporting.
    • Providing guidance in the development and updating of performance management plans (PMPs).
    • Experience with creating and managing performance indicator tracking systems/databases.
    • Experience using performance monitoring data for the improvement of ongoing project/activity management.
    • Experience in the gender dimensions of monitoring.
    • Extensive experience in drafting indicators.
    • Experience providing group (of various sizes) and one-on-one training and mentoring on monitoring- related subjects (i.e., results-based management).
    • Familiarity with USG policies, related to performance monitoring.
    • Familiarity with a diverse set of programming (i.e., health, agriculture, education, governance), one of which must be health or agriculture
    • Fluent English; working knowledge of Portuguese or Spanish is acceptable.

    How to apply:

    To apply, please use this link to access the position at our Project HOPE careers webpage:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=125


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Mozambique
    Closing date: 30 Sep 2015

    Project HOPE is currently recruiting for our proposal in support of USAID in Mozambique. Titled “Mozambique Monitoring and Evaluation Mechanisms and Services, the primary objective of the award is the development of a comprehensive monitoring and evaluation program, which will be able to provide continued, on-the-ground support on performance monitoring, data verification, evaluation of the impact, output and outcome results and environmental compliance of USAID/Mozambique activities. We are a non-profit organization with an international team of over 500 engaged employees in 30 countries. Our mission is to make a positive impact on the global health challenges facing people around the world. Working in collaboration with local governments and other nongovernmental organizations, we are committed to long-term sustainable health care. Position is contingent upon successful award of the project.

    Oversee evaluation, analyses and assessments throughout the life of the activity, including data collection, design of evaluation methodologies and participatory data collection methods and protocols, as well as data quality verification techniques. She/he will also be responsible for the design, quality development and production of all evaluations reports and any assessments, population based surveys and studies including the testing of the development hypotheses, where feasible. This will include the design of the evaluation methodology and participatory data collection methods and protocols for both performance and IEs. Working with other Key Personnel, the Senior Evaluation Officer will ensure that short- and long-term evaluation team members recruited under this contract are of a high caliber and possess the required technical expertise.

    Minimum Qualifications

    • A Masters (or higher) degree in the field of international development or international relations, economics, political science, public policy, statistics, and/or other relevant field.
    • Documented academic or professional training in evaluation design and methods.
    • At least 8 years of progressively more responsible experience in the design, management, and implementation of evaluations (impact and performance), analyses and assessments, including the designing of the evaluation methodology, designing and implementing quantitative and qualitative methodologies, conducting population based surveys, developing participatory data collection methods and protocols, conducting data analysis, and utilizing data quality verification techniques for large development projects.
    • Excellent data analysis skills including good command of statistics, sampling methodologies, and statistical analysis software such as SPSS, STATA, Epi Info, etc.
    • Experience in the gender dimensions of evaluations.
    • Extensive experience drafting and finalizing evaluation reports.
    • Experience providing group (of various sizes) and one-on-one training and mentoring on evaluation- related subjects.
    • Familiarity with USG policies, preferably USAID policies, related to evaluation management.
    • Familiarity with a diverse set of USAID programing (i.e., health, agriculture, education, governance).
    • Fluent English; working knowledge of Portuguese or Spanish is acceptable.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Recent experience using technological innovations when conducting evaluations, such as tablets, smartphones, evaluation-related software applications, etc.
    • Experience using GIS as an evaluation component.
    • Familiarity with Mozambican evaluation community.
    • Familiarity with general Mozambican landscape: culturally, linguistically, historically, and economically.

    How to apply:

    To apply, please use this link to access the position at our Project HOPE careers webpage:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=126


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Mozambique
    Closing date: 30 Sep 2015

    Project HOPE is currently recruiting for our proposal in support of USAID in Mozambique. Titled “Mozambique Monitoring and Evaluation Mechanisms and Services, the primary objective of the award is the development of a comprehensive monitoring and evaluation program, which will be able to provide continued, on-the-ground support on performance monitoring, data verification, evaluation of the impact, output and outcome results and environmental compliance of USAID/Mozambique activities. We are a non-profit organization with an international team of over 500 engaged employees in 30 countries. Our mission is to make a positive impact on the global health challenges facing people around the world. Working in collaboration with local governments and other nongovernmental organizations, we are committed to long-term sustainable health care. Position is contingent upon successful award of the project.

    Lead and manage all monitoring and evaluation technical work conducted throughout the life of the activity. He/she will plan, manage, and lead all relevant monitoring and evaluation deliverables stipulated in the SOW, including, but not limited reviewing IP’s MEPs, improving performance monitoring data, and conducting capacity building training sessions for USAID and IP staff. He/she will manage the two field offices in Quelimane and another city to be determined and be physically located in one of them, with regular oversight visits to the other. Where feasible, the Deputy Chief of Party will share evaluation responsibilities with the Senior Evaluation Officer (see below), including, but not limited to: design, quality development, and production of evaluations reports and any assessments, population based surveys and studies; including the design of the evaluation methodology and participatory data collection methods and protocols for both performance and IEs.

    Working with other Key Personnel, the Deputy Chief of Party will ensure that short-term technical experts and evaluation team members recruited under this contract are of a high caliber and possess the required technical expertise.

    Minimum Qualifications

    • A Bachelor’s degree in the field of international relations, economics, political science, public policy, management, and/or other relevant field.
    • At least 8 years of experience working on donor-funded mechanisms. Technical knowledge and experience in the design, implementation, and management of monitoring, evaluation, and performance management, including (but not limited to) indicator development, data collection and analysis, data quality assessments, performance reporting, evaluation design, evaluation planning, and management/dissemination of evaluations. Progressively more responsible experience in the design, management, and implementation of evaluations (impact and performance), analyses and assessments, including the dosing of the evaluation methodology, designing and implementing quantitative and qualitative methodologies, conducting population based surveys, developing participatory data collection methods and protocols, conducting data analysis, and utilizing data quality verification techniques for large development projects. t least five years of work experience in sub-Saharan Africa.
    • At least three years of total work experience in Mozambique.
    • Providing guidance in the development and updating of activity level Monitoring and Evaluation Plans.
    • Experience with creating and managing performance tracking systems.
    • Experience leveraging performance monitoring data for the improvement of ongoing project/activity management.
    • Experience in the gender dimensions of monitoring and evaluation.
    • Professional working knowledge of English; fluency in Portuguese.
    • Extensive experience in report writing.
    • Extensive experience in providing quality report and evaluation presentations.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of USG policies related to evaluation and performance management.

    Preferred Qualifications

    • At least three years of experience must be as a DCOP or field management experience such as Project Director or Regional Director.
    • Experience working in, managing, and/or supervising a field office(s), long-term field staff and short-term U.S., third country, and local experts.
    • Recent experience, within the past year, using technological innovations for M&E programming, such as tablets, smartphones, evaluation applications, etc.
    • Experience using GIS as an M&E tool.

    How to apply:

    To apply, please use this link to access the position at our Project HOPE careers webpage:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=124


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Mozambique
    Closing date: 30 Sep 2015

    Project HOPE is currently recruiting for our proposal in support of USAID in Mozambique. Titled “Mozambique Monitoring and Evaluation Mechanisms and Services, the primary objective of the award is the development of a comprehensive monitoring and evaluation program, which will be able to provide continued, on-the-ground support on performance monitoring, data verification, evaluation of the impact, output and outcome results and environmental compliance of USAID/Mozambique activities. We are a non-profit organization with an international team of over 500 engaged employees in 30 countries. Our mission is to make a positive impact on the global health challenges facing people around the world. Working in collaboration with local governments and other nongovernmental organizations, we are committed to long-term sustainable health care. Position is contingent upon successful award of the project.

    Serving as the main point of contact between USAID/Mozambique and the Contractor and reporting to both, he/she must ensure effective and efficient performance for all aspects of this contract, overseeing all quality control and reporting and interact professionally with senior Mission, Embassy, and any GRM officials.

    Minimum Qualifications

    • At least 10 years of experience in international development, including experience and technical knowledge in designing, managing and evaluating multi-million dollar development projects.
    • At least 5 years of experience must be as a COP or senior field management experience such as Project Director, Regional Director or Country Director roles, demonstrating professional interaction with senior U.S. and foreign government officials.
    • At least 6 years of experience working on donor-funded mechanisms.
    • Managing and supervising long-term field staff, administrative aspects of a field office(s), and short-term U.S., third country, and local experts.
    • A Masters (or higher) degree in the field of international relations, economics, political science, public policy, management, and/or other relevant field.
    • Familiarity with USG policy related to evaluation and performance management.
    • Fluent English; working knowledge of Portuguese or Spanish is required.
    • At least 5 years of work experience in sub-Saharan Africa.

    Preferred Qualifications

    • Technical expertise in any of the sectors will be an added advantage.
    • Demonstrated ability to manage personnel, funds, and resources for multi-year, multi-task projects.
    • Experience working on a similar M&E mechanism, especially in Africa.
    • Work experience in Mozambique.

    How to apply:

    To apply, please use this link to access the position at our Project HOPE careers webpage: https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=123


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: South Africa
    Closing date: 30 Sep 2015

    ****POSITION SUMMARY****

    Provide vision, leadership, and oversight to all in-country programs and administration. Work effectively with partners including various government, corporate, and community-based entities. Serve as the main liaison with and ensure continuous communication between Project HOPE Global Headquarters and South African field operations to ensure compliance with Project HOPE’s global mission statement and policies. Direct program development in line with global and in-country strategy and goals.

    ****PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:****

    Program Management:

    1. Direct strategic planning for all in-country programs
    2. Oversee the implementation of all programs, including monitoring & evaluation of program activities
    3. Supervise and guide the in-country team in meeting strategic goals and objectives. Team members may include staff, consultants & volunteers.
    4. Oversee staff capacity-building and promote staff development.
    5. Ensure productive relationships are maintained with all partner organizations which may include government entities, corporate partners and other implementing organizations
    6. Oversee production of program reports and other program-related communications
    7. Participate in program development and the writing of project proposals for extension of existing and/or establishment of new programs in South Africa

    Administration and Financial Management:

    1. Direct all in-country operational, financial & administrative priorities
    2. Ensure that administration and financial management in-country is in line with Project HOPE’s global policies & procedures, all local regulations & requirements, and all donor contractual requirements.
    3. Oversee in-country human resource management, including organizational design, recruitment, staff development, performance management, compensation and compliance with South African labor law and regulations.
    4. Oversee in-country financial management, including budget planning, monitoring and reporting
    5. Ensure adequate internal controls are in place and followed regarding all administrative and financial activities.
    6. Collaborate with Project HOPE global headquarters on all administrative and financial matters to ensure appropriate oversight
    7. Ensure appropriate in-country company registration is maintained in adherence with local requirements

    Representation & Communication:

    1. Build relationships with national and community-level actors across a variety of industries
    2. Identify and pursue new program development and funding opportunities to grow the country portfolio in line with strategic objectives
    3. Effectively communicate program results and advocate for Project HOPE capabilities in a variety of settings
    4. Generate innovative ideas to advance programs and visibility in-country.
    5. Fulfill other duties and responsibilities as may be reasonably assigned by the Project HOPE Regional Director.

    ****REQUIREMENTS****:

    1. Minimum 10 years management and technical experience.
    2. Demonstrated proficiency in leadership, people and project management, as well as strategic planning
    3. Demonstrated proficiency in building relationships with government partners as well as private and community organizations
    4. Master’s degree or equivalent in a health or related medical or social science field.
    5. Experience living/working in a developing country setting, preferably Southern Africa.
    6. Strong communication skills and proven ability to build effective teams.
    7. Fluency in English
    8. Ability to travel approximately 15% of time.
    9. Willingness to actively engage in the day-to-day activities required to manage a small country office as well as in the township of Zandspruit.

    How to apply:

    To apply, please access the position at our Project HOPE Careers Website utilizing the following link:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=127


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Kazakhstan
    Closing date: 31 Oct 2015

    1. Serve as a team leader for development of mechanism to compensate medical facilities for TB service provision for migrants
    2. Develop terms of reference for local finance and legal consultant, assist with interview and selection of qualified people
    3. Provide technical assistance and guidance to local finance/legal consultant through online consultations and field visits
    4. Review existing options for TB diagnostic and treatment and analyze cost of services for migrants
    5. Estimate reasonable amount of diagnostic and treatment expenses to be reimbursed to medical facilities
    6. Analyze existing options of cost recovery and develop a mechanism of reimbursement to medical facilities providing diagnostic and treatment services to migrants
    7. Working with local finance and legal consultants, develop a legal framework for reimbursement of expenses using financial resources available under the GFATM grant
    8. Develop forms of claims reimbursement, financial and other reporting to document payments to medical facilities in compliance with local regulations and in accordance with GFATM and Project HOPE requirements for financial reporting
    9. Analyze existing insurance options and explore possibilities to establish medico-social fund as a mechanism for further reimbursements of expenses related to diagnostic and treatment of TB among migrants
    10. Present produced documents to relevant stakeholders if requested by Program Manager

    How to apply:

    To apply, please access the position at our Project HOPE Careers Website utilizing the following link:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=128


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 31 Oct 2015

    ****Development Assistant, Health Affairs****

    The Development Assistant supports the Development Director and Grants and Contracts Manager in meeting Health Affairs’ annual fiscal goals. The incumbent assists with full implementation of The Raiser’s Edge Database, post-award administration to grant closure, setting of meetings and calls with funders, and participates in a number of other initiatives. The position assists with coordinating a number of efforts, independently and is located out of our Bethesda, MD office.

    PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1) Assist in full implementation of The Raiser’s Edge fundraising database; collaborate with the Grants and Contracts Manager. (60%)

    • Track all ongoing proposals and prospects; including schedule of calls, meetings, documents, and proposals to be submitted.
    • Create and distribute tasks for upcoming reports for all secured grants.
    • Develop a full history of Health Affairs fundraising from documents in the central Development network folder.
    • Assist with staff development.

    2) Assist with administrative responsibilities in relation to funder relationships and grants. (40%)

    • Coordinate post-grant administration to closure. Ensure funder acknowledgment via the *Health Affairs*journal, website, press releases, events, and e-newsletter.
    • Communicate with funders to obtain logos, shipping information, and more.
    • Share funder acknowledgement information and specifics with Health Affairs staff, including the Director of Communications, Editor-in-Chief, and others.
    • Coordinate meetings and conference calls with funders.
    • Provide research of potential new and lapsed funders.
    • Organize and merge past grant files and documents with the centralized Development location.
    • Pull information from Google Analytics and Altmetric as needed.
    • Support the Development Director and Grants and Contracts Manager with daily tasks.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Bachelor’s degree or 1-3 years of work experience.
    • 1-2 years of experience in a nonprofit setting; fundraising or grants management preferred.
    • Demonstrated proficiency with The Raiser’s Edge database, minimum 1 year of experience. Strong familiarity with utilizing constituents, proposals, media, gifts, dashboards, and other modules.
    • Ability to quickly learn and adapt to new needs and priorities.
    • Demonstrated analytical and persuasive writing skills experience as well as superior editing skills, including ability to convey complex information in a clear manner to a diverse audience.
    • Excellent attention to detail.
    • Highly organized.
    • Strong administrative skills and self-motivated with the ability to set priorities and manage multiple tasks under minimal supervision in effective and efficient manner.
    • Intermediate to expert skills in Microsoft Office suite.
    • Minimal travel required.

    How to apply:

    To apply, please access the Project HOPE Careers website using the following link:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=131


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 31 Oct 2015

    POSITION SUMMARY:

    Develop and steward a portfolio of corporate and NGO partners to secure in-kind product donations in support of HOPE’s Global Health and humanitarian assistance programs, as well as cash and in-kind logistical support to facilitate the shipment of donated product.

    PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Manage the GIK Development team to meet annual GIK revenue goals, working within the established expense budget.

    Build and steward all aspects of the GIK portfolio, including but not limited to providing necessary donor reports and updates; developing growth plans for each company or industry; addressing and supporting any communications (internal and external) needs associated with cultivation, stewardship and donations; meeting regularly with donor companies; and ensuring donor satisfaction.

    Work with the Development Team to leverage relationships with existing partners, to enhance all avenues of support (GIK, cash, volunteer, etc.).

    Work with the Development and GIK/Logistics teams to raise loosely restricted cash (and offsetting in-kind logistical support) to underwrite shipment of GIK.

    Represent Project HOPE on the Board of the Partnership for Quality Medical Donations, and in PQMD discussions and activities.

    Provide analyses of new potential donors and markets to support HOPE’s practice areas and programmatic activities.

    REQUIREMENTS:

    Minimum Bachelor’s degree

    10 years’ development experience in like organization

    Familiarity with pharmaceutical/life sciences sector desirable

    Well organized and able to work under pressure

    Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) in English; knowledge of other languages preferred

    Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work both as a team member and independently

    Willing to travel domestic /internationally 25% of the time

    Develop, maintain, and adjust GIK expense and revenue budgets as appropriate.

    Engage with members of the Global Health and logistics teams in support of HOPE initiatives and humanitarian campaigns.

    Work with the Senior Director of Development to provide direction and oversight to the Manager of GIK in building and managing a portfolio of donor companies, to include generic drug manufacturers and companies outside the pharmaceutical sector.


    How to apply:

    To apply, use the attached link to access the position via our Project HOPE Career page:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=132


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Uzbekistan
    Closing date: 30 Nov 2015

    ****POSITION SUMMARY:****

    To provide technical direction and oversight to the program technical team and counterparts. Work closely with HQ Senior Director for TB and regional technical experts guiding program team to meet the objectives as set forth in the program description and in accordance with the Workplan.

    ****PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:****

    Based in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, the Regional Technical Director will work closely with technical team reporting to CoP on the technical aspects of the CAR TB Regional Program including

    1. Provide technical direction to CDs in the implementation of the project work plans, focusing on technical quality of work provided by Project HOPE team and sub-contractors
    2. Manage, review and improve all program technical guidelines, procedures, curricula, abstracts, potential publications working closely with country and regional technical specialists, Regional Communication/Documentation specialist
    3. Supervise involvement of the regional technical specialists into program, coordinate and review their field visit reports prior to submission to CoP/USAID
    4. Together with CoP/Uzbekistan CD interact and closely coordinate with program staff and local counterparts in Uzbekistan at the national, oblast and rayon level in ways that optimally enhance and sustain program activities;
    5. Communicate regularly with Senior Director TB Portfolio and if needed with other relevant staff to develop strategies and approaches appropriate to ongoing outcomes and results reporting.
    6. Together with CoP/Uzbekistan CD and Tajikistan CD coordinate and collaborate with other USAID and other donors funded programs (in particular with GFATM projects) and their contractors in developing overarching country and regional strategies for TB Control;
    7. Follow on implementation of country work plans and present any changes in WP/technical personnel to CoP for review/approval.
    8. In consultation with Tajikistan CD and CoP/Uzbekistan CD (if needed regional technical specialists) approves developed scopes of work, plan strategic visits for and provide leadership and orientation to Project HOPE and consortium consultants including visits to pilot sites; review consultants reports for technical quality and provide feedback to CoP for his final approval
    9. In close coordination with CoP and TB Portfolio Senior Director and based on consultations with Tajikistan CD respond to and interact with CAR TB consortium partners on technical matters to present TB Control strategies and results;
    10. Follow-up Project HOPE internal structure for approval of reports, abstracts and other documents
    11. Review sub-contractors reports and other relevant documents for technical quality
    12. Assist in comprehensive writing, consolidation and timely submission of all required reports such as quarterly, annually and other reporting in line with the approved work plan by USAID;
    13. When visiting Tajikistan together with Tajikistan CD and CoP interact with local counterparts especially at the national level to have better understanding of country specifics and dynamics of TB control activities in the country
    14. Particular focus should be placed on the Programmatic strategy for gradual integration of the vertical TB system and the general health care system.
    15. Maintain team working relationship for the Regional TB Control Program by holding systematic technical staff meetings, listening to, and learning from each other;
    16. Assist to CoP in keeping the program implementation focused on the strategic objectives and outcomes expected;
    17. Provide technical assistance on state of the art(SOTA) approaches and methodologies in the planning, delivery and evaluation of the project, including guidance toensure sustainability of capacity building impact;
    18. Comply to USAID rules and regulations, including resource allocation and reporting;
    19. Work with country teams and regional M&E specialist on Project HOPE internal quarterly M&E reports, review these and present for approval to CoP, Senior TB Director and RD
    20. Participate in national, regional and international conferences and meetings with demonstrated capability in presenting and articulating Regional TB program mandate, scope of activities and achievements; and
    21. Perform other tasks as per authorized request.

    ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

    1. Minimum of 12 years of experience in TB/MDR TB management in international organizations, including design, implementation, management and monitoring and evaluation of TB/MDR TB international projects;
    2. Master’s degree, or higher, in public health or related subject matter;
    3. Strategic vision and approach to solving TB problems in Eastern Europe / New Independent States;
    4. High level of technical expertise and knowledge related to international TB guidelines and best practices;
    5. Ability to operationalize the strategic vision into action;
    6. Fluency in English and Russian is desired;
    7. Willingness to travel up to 40% of the time;
    8. Experience working with the Global Fund, USAID, and USAID affiliated projects/other donors is a plus.

    How to apply:

    Please use the following link to apply via our Careers webpage:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=138


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 31 Jan 2016

    ****Manager, GIK****

    ****POSITION SUMMARY:****

    ****Manager – Gift In Kind**** (“GIK”) is responsible for growing the GIK donor portfolio by researching, cultivating, and soliciting prospective donors in order to increase GIK/Cash revenue.

    At the direction of the Director of GIK, this position will develop marketing tools to maximize current and prospective GIK/Cash donors; assist in development of GIK strategic plans; analyze NGO industry to remain competitive and increase corporate GIK engagement; develop business models to align with GIK/Cash requirements for Global Health and Humanitarian/Disaster programs.

    This position requires consistent interaction with development and communications, global health, and logistics personnel on GIK related activities as well as domestic and/or international travel when appropriate.

    ****PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:****

    • Partner in the expansion of GIK donations with existing and prospective corporate donors.
    • Develop strategies resulting in increased GIK/Cash revenue.
    • Cultivate and manage relationships with current and prospective GIK/Cash donors/partners.
    • Manage the development of product and equipment lists for Global Health and Humanitarian/Disaster programs.
    • Identify new opportunities for GIK/Cash support and research corporate prospects for strategic partnerships and GIK engagement.
    • Develop appeals to current and potential corporate GIK/Cash donors in support of GIK needs.
    • Craft and execute specific follow-up communications for GIK/Cash donors.
    • Attend trade shows and participate in local cultivation meetings and events.
    • Manage outreach efforts and maintain up-to-date information in the donor database.
    • Provide guidance pertaining to all aspects of GIK donor stewardship, tracking and monitoring of inbound GIK, development of annual budgets and other required management tasks.
    • Other department needs and duties as required.

    ****SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS:****

    • Bachelor’s degree, preferred or equivalent years of experience in related field of position
    • 3-5 years’ work experience in related field
    • Experience working with GIK and cash donors, preferred
    • Experience and understanding of the pharmaceutical/health care sector
    • Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to build relationships
    • Self –starter; ability to work in stressful environment
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills
    • Ability to demonstrate a high level of ethics and integrity
    • Effective time-management, planning and organizational skills
    • Advanced Microsoft Office ability for presentations, reports and communications

    How to apply:

    To apply, use the following link to access the position at our Project HOPE Careers site:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=142


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Kazakhstan
    Closing date: 29 Feb 2016

    Spt for GF Project: Addressing Cross Border TB and TB/HIV Among Labor Migrants (Health Finance Consultant)

    1. Serve as a team leader for development of mechanism to compensate medical facilities for TB service provision for migrants

    2. Develop terms of reference for local finance and legal consultant, assist with interview and selection of qualified people

    3. Provide technical assistance and guidance to local finance/legal consultant through online consultations and field visits

    4. Review existing options for TB diagnostic and treatment and analyze cost of services for migrants

    5. Estimate reasonable amount of diagnostic and treatment expenses to be reimbursed to medical facilities

    6. Analyze existing options of cost recovery and develop a mechanism of reimbursement to medical facilities providing diagnostic and treatment services to migrants

    7. Working with local finance and legal consultants, develop a legal framework for reimbursement of expenses using financial resources available under the GFATM grant

    8. Develop forms of claims reimbursement, financial and other reporting to document payments to medical facilities in compliance with local regulations and in accordance with GFATM and Project HOPE requirements for financial reporting

    9. Analyze existing insurance options and explore possibilities to establish medico-social fund as a mechanism for further reimbursements of expenses related to diagnostic and treatment of TB among migrants

    10. Present produced documents to relevant stakeholders if requested by Program Manager

    Minimum Requirements

    Minimum of eight (8) years’ experience in designing and implementing health finance interventions in developing or middle-income countries.

    Master’s degree in economics or social science (or related advanced degree)

    Demonstrated experience with health finance policy, financial management, public expenditure reviews, national health accounts, health service contracting, and performance-based financing, costing of benefit packages, benefit analysis, financial risk protection and health insurance models

    Previous experience in the implementation of WHO, USAID, World Bank, GFATM-funded projects and other internationally financed health-related projects in Kazakhstan is strongly preferred

    Proficiency in spoken and written English; Competency in Russian desired

    Strong analytical and writing skills


    How to apply:

    To apply, please access the position at our Project HOPE Careers site using the following URL:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=146


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