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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 (Legal 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 five (5) years’ experience in designing and implementing health finance interventions in developing or middle-income countries.

    University degree in law

    Demonstrated expertise in legal framework and public administration structure and procedures

    Thorough knowledge of health care/system legislation

    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=147


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Nepal
    Closing date: 31 Jan 2016

    POSITION SUMMARY:

    The Country Coordinator (CC) will oversee country programs in Nepal and act as the key liaison with all locally based project partners and stakeholders and provide varied support in the implementation of activities. This role shall provide overall leadership, direction, management, representation, and vision to all Project HOPE programs in Nepal. S/He will be responsible for implementing a new, high quality project on Maternal Child Health Nutrition and WASH, combining high level partnership and advocacy in Nepal. S/He will coordinate new program and partnership development and participate fully in proposal writing and other fundraising activities. Identify new business opportunities to expand the program portfolio for Project HOPE in Nepal. S/He will ensure that all country programs are implemented and monitored with high standard on the ground. S/He will report directly to Regional Director-SEA based in New Delhi. The role requires strong public health technical and program management skills. The role also requires the ability to multi-task and handle complex and competing priorities.

    REQUIREMENTS:

    1. Experience working in Nepal required, disaster experience preferred.

    2. Public Health background or NGO experience in Public Health required

    3. Experience of working/supporting MoH in Nepal desirable.

    4. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required.

    5. Proficiency in English and local language required.

    6. Program experience in the area of public health program assessment and design, MCH and WASH preferred.

    7. Strong writing and analytical skills.

    8. Strong planning and facilitation skills

    9. Strong partnership, networking and advocacy skills

    10. Strong organizational, problem-solving, and decision-making skills

    11. Attention to detail and ability to multi-task effectively.

    12. Able to represent the institution to national and international stakeholders.

    13. Ability to be based in Nepal, traveling in-country for contract period.

      Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee must be mobile in a disaster environment, able to network to ensure access to basic necessities (shelter, food, water, sanitation), with appropriate support from HQ. Must be able to drive and hold a valid driver’s license.


    How to apply:

    To apply via our Project HOPE Careers website, please access the following link

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=148


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

    Senior Technical Advisor Community Health and Social Services (STA-CHSS)

    POSITION SUMMARY

    Provide overall programmatic coordination and implementation guidance to Project HOPE’s component of One Community Program (OC) implementation. Work collaboratively with the prime partner, sub-partners and other stakeholders to effectively implement the project.

    Promote effective partnership with host government agencies, USAID-Malawi, facility and community based USG and non-USG partners implementing health, HIV/AIDS, and other relevant social services programs in Malawi. Serve as the main liaison with and ensure continuous communication between Project HOPE and OC field operations to ensure compliance with Project HOPE’s global mission statement and policies. Tracking periodic project performance and monitoring in line with the sub-agreement entered with the prime (JHU-CCP).

    PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Program Management:

    1. Lead Project HOPE’s team in the OC project planning and strategy design activities.

    2. Ensure Project HOPE’s implementation plan is coordinated and in synch with the bigger project work-plan.

    3. Lead the program implementation process of Project HOPE’s scope in the OC project.

    4. Ensure Project HOPE’s activities, implementation strategies and operations are coordinated with the entire OC project

    5. Oversee the implementation of community based case management and clinical activities including their monitoring & evaluation component.

    6. Supervise and guide Project HOPE’s OC team in meeting strategic goals and objectives of the project owing emphasis to activities mandated to Project HOPE as a sub. Team members may include staff, consultants & volunteers.

    7. Oversee staff capacity-building and promote staff development in collaboration with OC and Project HOPE in-country leadership.

    8. Lead production of program reports, studies, and other communications including but not limited to operational research and scientific publications.

    Administration and Financial Management:

    1. Track the project’s in-country budget management and flow in collaboration with Project HOPE-Malawi Finance and Admin manager and Country Director.
    2. Ensure that administration and financial management in the project is in line with Project HOPE’s global policies & procedures, all local regulations & requirements, and all donor contractual requirements.
    3. Oversee Project HOPE’s human resource management in OC project including recruitment, staff development, and performance management. Collaborate with Project HOPE’s in country leadership for compensation and compliance with Malawian labor law and regulations.
    4. Ensure adequate internal controls are in place and followed regarding all administrative and financial activities within OC Project HOPE portfolio.
    5. Collaborate with Project HOPE in country office on all administrative and financial matters to ensure appropriate oversight.

    Representation & Communication:

    1. Regular representation of Project HOPE in the “OC” project partnership consortium.

    2. Establish and sustain relationships with national and community-level actors across a variety of industries relevant for OC project implementation.

    3. Effectively communicate program results and advocate for Project HOPE capabilities in a variety of settings

    4. Ensure productive relationships are maintained with all partner organizations which includes: the prime (JHU-CCP), USAID-Malawi, government entities, corporate partners and other implementing organizations.

    5. Generate innovative ideas to advance programs and visibility in-country.

    6. Fulfill other duties and responsibilities as may be reasonably assigned by the Project HOPE Country Director and Regional Directors.

    EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

    • MD or medical degree plus master’s in public health or related health sciences

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE/REQUIREMENTS:

    1. Minimum 10 years of professional experience of which 5 years should be in health and/or HIV program management experience.

    2. Demonstrated experience and leadership in HIV/AIDS care and support or community based prevention program implementation.

    3. USAID/PEPFAR program implementation experience.

    4. Experience in public health program leadership, people and project management, as well as strategic planning.

    5. Demonstrated proficiency in building relationships with government partners and donors as well as private and community organizations.

    6. Experience living/working in a developing country setting particularly in Malawi.

    7. Strong communication skills and proven ability to build effective teams.

    8. Fluency in English is a requirement and proficiency in southern Malawian languages is a plus.

    9. Ability to travel to program implementation districts (approximately 25% of time)


    How to apply:

    Please use the following link to apply on-line via our Project HOPE Careers Website:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=150


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Uzbekistan
    Closing date: 31 Mar 2016

    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 to ensure 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:

    22. 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;

    23. Master’s degree, or higher, in public health or related subject matter;

    24. Strategic vision and approach to solving TB problems in Eastern Europe / New Independent States;

    25. High level of technical expertise and knowledge related to international TB guidelines and best practices;

    26. Ability to operationalize the strategic vision into action;

    27. Fluency in English and Russian is desired;

    28. Willingness to travel up to 40% of the time;

    29. 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: Kazakhstan
    Closing date: 31 Mar 2016

    Spt for GF Project: Addressing Cross Border TB and TB/HIV Among Labor Migrants (Legal 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 five (5) years’ experience in designing and implementing health finance interventions in developing or middle-income countries.

    University degree in law

    Demonstrated expertise in legal framework and public administration structure and procedures

    Thorough knowledge of health care/system legislation

    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=147


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Kazakhstan
    Closing date: 31 Mar 2016

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

    Location: Almaty, Kazakhstan

    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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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Closing date: 31 Mar 2016

    Background: Founded in 1958, Project HOPE (Health Opportunities for People Everywhere) works towards lasting solutions to health problems with the mission of helping people to help themselves. Project HOPE delivers immediate and lasting public health solutions through strategic partnership, capacity strengthening, medical training, supplies, volunteers, research and health education, as well as responding to disasters and saving lives around the globe. Project HOPE programs have reached more than 35 countries. Over the past five decades, Project HOPE has demonstrated its leadership ability to develop and permanently institute long term solutions to pressing health problems with sustainable results. Project HOPE is committed to addressing the world’s health threats and to forging new alliances with those on the frontlines of health and working together to find new solutions

    Position Summary:

    Project HOPE (PH) is implementing a Diabetes Empowerment and Education Program in the UAE with a focus on Dubai. The Program Manager, reporting to the Senior Program Officer, Non Communicable Diseases, will act as the key liaison with locally based project partners and stakeholders. The Program Manager will be responsible for implementing a high-quality project, overseeing the execution of program deliverables and interacting with Project HOPE’s regional and HQ team to organize and report on local program activities. The applicant should be able to align meetings with program partners, represent Project HOPE at meetings, undertake costing of activities, attend program events, and troubleshoot at the local level.

    Tasks:

    Working with the Project HOPE Southeast Asia (SEA) Regional Director and Senior Program Officer NCDs, the Program Manger will:

    • Communicate closely with Project HOPE regional and headquarters staff,

    AstraZeneca staff, Ministry of Health officials and other program stakeholders

    • Oversee development of the program’s patient and health provider educational materials on diabetes with support from Project HOPE’s technical staff

    • Write quarterly and annual program progress reports

    • Cost out activities and identify local partners and vendors

    • Recruit patients and physicians for focus group participation

    • Engage UAE academic institution to conduct operations research and arrange monitoring and evaluation of findings in collaboration with PH staff

    • Organize local program events

    • Attend and report on local program meetings and events

    • Troubleshoot when local program issues arise

    • Arrange local meetings and logistics for PH staff

    • Requirements:

    • Prefer master’s in public health (MPH) or related graduate degree e.g. MD, MS, MBA

    • Experience working in 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, please use the following link to access the position on our Project HOPE Careers website:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=163


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Philippines
    Closing date: 31 Oct 2016

    POSITION SUMMARY: The Country Director (CD) will oversee country programs in Philippines and act as the key liaison with all locally based project partners and stakeholders and provide varied support in the implementation of activities. This role shall provide overall leadership, direction, management, representation, and vision to all Project HOPE (PH) programs in Philippines. S/He will be responsible for implementing Maternal, Newborn, Child Health and other public health programs in combining high level partnership and advocacy in Philippines. S/He will coordinate new program and partnership development and participate fully in proposal writing and other fundraising activities. Identify new business opportunities to expand the program portfolio for PH in Philippines. S/He will ensure that all country programs are implemented and monitored with high standard on the ground. S/He will report directly to Regional Director-SEA based in New Delhi. The role requires strong public health technical and program management skills. The role also requires the ability to multi-task and handle complex and competing priorities.

    Main responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    1. Provide technical and managerial support to the assessment and designing of public health, GIK and Volunteers interventions in Philippines.

    2. Provide leadership in-country, representing PH in regular Ministry of Health, donor and partner meetings.

    3. Build and strengthen, as required, networking with government, donors and other stakeholders to influence PH approaches for improved programming

    4. Build strong partnership with public health policy and program leaders at national and district levels

    5. Assist in developing concept papers and proposals on public health issues.

    6. Manage the relations between PH and local partners, government officials and donor representatives

    7. Coordinate with the SEA and HQ team to develop public health interventions, GIK and other proposals for public and private donors, identifying and developing agreements with partners, and developing related budgets.

    8. Lead country resource mobilization activities

    9. Implement administrative and financial reporting of country programs.

    10. Submit operational and financial reports, being accountable for the accuracy, timeliness, and quality of these reports.

    11. Build a collaborative team, sharing an overview of the HOPE vision, mission and values, along with regular feedback on performance (individual and collective).

    12. Coordinate closely with the RD and HR, as needed, to support international/national staffing – developing SOWs, recruiting, hiring, training and supervising staff, as needed.

    13. Implement local mechanisms for tracking time sheets and assignments, ensuring accountability for tasks. Consult local labor laws to make sure daily hours of operations, holidays are in accord with national guidelines while following local Philippines agency.

    14. Maintain excellent communication with the RD and other working groups at HQ, informing PH about challenges and opportunities and other issues relative to operations in country.

    15. Other related activities as requested, under the overall direction of the SEA RD.

      REQUIREMENTS:

    16. Experience working in Philippines required, disaster experience preferred.

    17. Public Health background or NGO experience in Public Health required

    18. Experience of working/supporting MoH in Philippines desirable.

    19. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required.

    20. Proficiency in English and local language required.

    21. Program experience in the area of public health program assessment and design, MCH, PPH and other public health areas preferred.

    22. Strong writing and analytical skills.

    23. Strong planning and facilitation skills

    24. Strong partnership, networking and advocacy skills

    25. Strong organizational, problem-solving, and decision-making skills

    26. Attention to detail and ability to multi-task effectively.

    27. Able to represent the institution to national and international stakeholders.

    28. Ability to be based in Philippines, traveling in-country for contract period.


    How to apply:

    To apply for consideration, please go to the Project HOPE Careers Webpage using the following URL:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=227


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Nigeria
    Closing date: 30 Nov 2016

    We are currently seeking a Chief of Party in anticipation of the Strategic HIV and AIDS Response Program (SHARP), Nigeria a USAID-funded anticipated multi-year health program. This program will focus on improving the quality and effectiveness of high-impact, evidence-based HIV/AIDS interventions to meet state and local government areas' goals and objectives and will cover governance, access, and demand activities across HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis services.

    The Chief of Party will be responsible for the overall management and implementation of the project and report directly to the designated USAID Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR). S/he will supervise project implementation and ensure the project meets stated goals and reporting requirements. The proposed COP should possess excellent leadership and interpersonal skills and should have extensive experience in public/international health. S/he should have experience managing similar projects with significant management responsibility with proven ability to work with partners including host country government officials as well as other donors and stakeholders

    Responsibilities:

    • Develop and execute overall project strategy and work plan and achievement of project results
    • Direct and monitor implementation of activities within the work plan, ensuring that activities are performed to a high professional standard, effectively implemented and fulfill donor and the organization’s requirements.
    • Oversee all technical assistance and administrative support activities under the program.
    • Ensure that all program deliverables are met in a high quality and timely fashion.
    • Ensure compliance with all donor- related, organization, and program-specific policies.
    • Supervise and mentor senior management staff.
    • Provide managerial oversight to project activities and partnerships, and ensure compliance with organization and USG regulations.
    • Provide oversight for the project’s financial management systems and ensure they are compliant with Project HOPE policies and procedures and donor rules and regulations.
    • Oversee project budget development and undertake regular analysis of project expenditure, sub- awards

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • At least 10 years’ experience in managing complex public health programs or programs of similar scope and size
    • Solid technical knowledge in HIV/AIDS, infectious diseases (malaria and TB), maternal and child health, Health Systems Strengthening, Quality Improvement/ Quality Assurance

    • Strong management skills, strategic vision, leadership qualities, professional reputation, ability to create synergies where applicable, interpersonal skills, and written and oral presentation skills to fulfill the diverse technical and managerial requirements of the project description

    • Master’s Degree (or higher) in Public Health or Medicine

    • Professional level of oral and written fluency in English language

    • Demonstrated strategic planning, staff development and capacity building experience

    • Experience with USG rules and regulations


    How to apply:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=231


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Nigeria
    Closing date: 30 Nov 2016

    We are currently seeking a Deputy Chief of Party/Technical Director in anticipation of the Strategic HIV and AIDS Response Program (SHARP), Nigeria a USAID-funded anticipated multi-year health program. This program will focus on improving the quality and effectiveness of high-impact, evidence-based HIV/AIDS interventions to meet state and local government areas' goals and objectives and will cover governance, access, and demand activities across HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis services.

    The deputy Chief of Party/Technical Director will report to the Chief of Party and will be responsible for overseeing management and technical operations. The candidate should have extensive experience managing similar projects and should have in-depth technical knowledge and experience in all components of HIV/AIDS program including Prevention, Treatment, Care & Support, PMTCT HIV/TB, OVCs as well as cross-cutting areas such as Health Systems Strengthening (HSS).

    Responsibilities:

    • Collaborate with Chief of Party to provide leadership to the program, ensure strategic program direction, and provide high quality technical assistance
    • Supervise technical team leaders to ensure high quality and comprehensive technical programming
    • Mobilize institutional and project resources, tools, best practices, innovations, technology to deliver a synergistic, evidence based program;
    • Liaise with key partners and stakeholders to meet program objectives and deliver results
    • Collaborate with technical staff to ensure program activities are designed and implemented according to industry best practices while being tailored to the local context

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Master's degree in public health, epidemiology, or a related discipline
    • Minimum eight years of relevant development experience working as a senior-level manager in public health programs in a developing country
    • Demonstrated technical knowledge and experience in all components of HIV/AIDS programming, as well as crosscutting areas like health systems strengthening
    • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
    • Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity
    • Fluency in English

    How to apply:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=232


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Nigeria
    Closing date: 30 Nov 2016

    We are currently seeking a Finance and Operations Director in anticipation of the Strategic HIV and AIDS Response Program (SHARP), Nigeria a USAID-funded anticipated multi-year health program. This program will focus on improving the quality and effectiveness of high-impact, evidence-based HIV/AIDS interventions to meet state and local government areas' goals and objectives and will cover governance, access, and demand activities across HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis services.

    The Finance and Operations Director will report to the Deputy Chief of Party and will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of financial management, including financial systems implementation, budgeting, expenditure tracking, and financial reporting and accounting.

    Responsibilities:

    • Develop program budgets and monitor budget pipelines
    • Provide timely and accurate financial reports as required
    • Review and approve recommendations for financial planning and control, providing relevant fiscal information to senior management team
    • Manage internal and external financial audits of the program;
    • Support subcontractors as needed to ensure sound financial management and operations
    • Ensure sub-contracts, sub-grants and local consultancy documents and procedures are completed in a timely and correct manner and comply with Project HOPE and USAID policies and regulations

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Post graduate level degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or other related field
    • At least ten years of experience in administrative and financial management of large complex projects of which at least eight years were in the field of international development including experience in management of USG funded projects and a track record in developing and managing large budgets
    • Knowledge of and compliance to USG finance rules and regulations
    • Strong financial and operational management experience with proven management skills; and
    • Professional level of oral and written fluency in English language.

    How to apply:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=235


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Nigeria
    Closing date: 30 Nov 2016

    We are currently seeking a Director, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning in anticipation of the Strategic HIV and AIDS Response Program (SHARP), Nigeria a USAID-funded anticipated multi-year health program. This program will focus on improving the quality and effectiveness of high-impact, evidence-based HIV/AIDS interventions to meet state and local government areas' goals and objectives and will cover governance, access, and demand activities across HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis services.

    The Director, MEL will report to the DCOP and will be responsible for leading the design and implementation of the program monitoring and evaluation framework and information system to track delivery against targets, outcomes and impacts. S/he will lead analysis of data collected for assessment of progress and areas of improvement, will guide reporting processes amongst technical staff and consolidates program reports, promote learning and knowledge sharing of best practices and lessons learnt. S/he will support all the technical staff in M&E functions and will manage any M&E related staff in the program.

    Responsibilities:

    • Provide technical leadership in M&E systems design and implementation, and be responsible for the overall management of Strategic Information
    • Lead and provide technical inputs to improve and facilitate the delivery of sound technical assistance in M&E
    • Develop and implement appropriate guidelines to support USAID/Nigeria, Government of Nigeria (GoN) counterparts and USAID’s Implementing Partners in conducting M&E and reporting results, contribute to national data collection and information systems, ensure data quality
    • Analyze data sets and technical assessment findings; and develop and monitor work plans
    • Work closely with the program team to ensure compatibility, consistency, and coordination within the M&E framework
    • Focus on strengthening the M&E system, building capacity of partners and staff, and improving alignment and support to host-country M&E systems

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Master’s degree in Epidemiology, Public Health, Biostatistics or a related discipline
    • At least seven years of experience designing and implementing Monitoring and Evaluation activities for public health programs in developing countries, practical experience with HIV/AIDS programs preferred
    • Demonstrated expertise and knowledge of M&E issues with respect to improvements in quality integrated service and support programs
    • Excellent report writing, analytical and communication skills, including oral presentation skills and in-depth knowledge and experience in USG/PEPFAR reporting requirements.
    • Professional level of oral and written fluency in English language.

    How to apply:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=234


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Nigeria
    Closing date: 30 Nov 2016

    We are currently seeking a Director, Medical and Community Services in anticipation of the Strategic HIV and AIDS Response Program (SHARP), Nigeria a USAID-funded anticipated multi-year health program. This program will focus on improving the quality and effectiveness of high-impact, evidence-based HIV/AIDS interventions to meet state and local government areas' goals and objectives and will cover governance, access, and demand activities across HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis services.

    The Director, Medical and Community Services will report to the Deputy Chief of Party and will be responsible for leading the design and implementation of the service delivery (clinical and community) components of the program. He/she will lead the implementation of the program design to ensure quality service delivery consistent with the national and international standards and guidelines.

    Responsibilities:

    • Lead technical design, provide oversight, and monitor of activities for HIV prevention, care and treatment activities.
    • Provide technical leadership in the area of demand creation to maximize HIV testing and counselling and creating linkages.
    • Lead community engagement efforts to expand knowledge of HIV testing.
    • Strengthen community and facility -based health delivery structures to optimize ART eligibility and retention in care and treatment.
    • Contribute detailed and accurate technical deliverables and reports to fulfill USAID reporting requirements.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Master’s degree in Epidemiology, Public Health or a related discipline.
    • Eight years of experience designing and implementing Public Health programs especially HIV/AIDS, TB and Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health (MNCH) in developing countries. In-depth technical knowledge and experience in all components of HIV/AIDS program including Prevention, Treatment, Care & Support, PMTCT HIV/TB, OVCs as well as cross-cutting areas such as Health Systems Strengthening (HSS).
    • Significant experience in relevant program management or technical advisory roles in complex health projects in Nigeria.
    • Expertise in HIV care and treatment activities.
    • Knowledge of community-level challenges impacting care and treatment delivery. Previous experience working with community based care givers and community support groups.
    • Demonstrated knowledge about gender and development, and demonstrated experience and proficiency in managing programs that mainstream gender.
    • Demonstrated ability to design and implement strategies that employ evidence-based approaches to meet project targets, especially under rigorous timelines.
    • Experience working and collaborating with diverse sets of stakeholders, such as local NGOs, government officials, donor representatives, and international staff.
    • Professional level of oral and written fluency in English language.

    How to apply:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=233


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 30 Nov 2016

    POSITION SUMMARY:

    This position functions as the leading technical role for the RMNCH portfolio and contributes to leadership, strategic direction, and technical guidance throughout the institution. Responsible for helping to expand the scope of Project HOPE’s RMNCH portfolio through support of existing projects and proactively seeking opportunities for new programs. Provides technical assistance and works to improve the quality and impact of on-going programs and expert advice regarding program design and program content for new RMNCH initiatives.

    PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Strategic Planning

    1. In coordination with the Executive Vice President, New Program Development team, Regional Directors, and regional and other technical staff, contributes to (or leads, as appropriate) the development and implementation of strategic plans for additional programming and expansion to benefit women and children.

    2. In collaboration with relevant staff, develop yearly operational plans for RMNCH programming to achieve strategic objectives that include concrete action steps and building Project HOPE capacity.

    New Program Development

    1. Technically lead business and program development for Project HOPE’s RMNCH portfolio including delivering on a business development target shared with the Executive Vice President, New Program Development team, and Regional Directors.

    2. Research opportunities, seek funding, and guide NPD efforts for RMNCH related activities in Project HOPE priority countries, in accordance with HOPE-wide and regional strategic plans.

    3. Develop partnerships with international, regional, and host country institutions in order that Project HOPE may contribute most effectively and collaboratively to improve health for women and children.

    4. Contributes (or leads, as appropriate) to development of evidence-based programs designed for impact. Is responsible for overall technical quality for RMNCH programming including program design with appropriate outcomes, objectives, interventions and monitoring & evaluation indicators.

    5. Leads, as appropriate, or contributes to development of proposals and concept papers. Helps to write and review technical sections and accompanying narrative.

    6. Contribute to the creation of promotional materials that highlight Project HOPE’s program accomplishments and capacity.

    Program Implementation & Administration

    1. Provide overall technical guidance to RMNCH projects, make recommendations for improvements in program delivery and outcomes, and follow-up with regional, country, and Program Officer staff to implement the recommendations.

    2. Responsible for developing program technical content and ensuring utilization of up-to-date quality technical materials and guidelines that meet international standards.

    3. Serve as primary contact with field staff on assigned projects, communicating frequently. Apprise RD on matters of concern. Contributes to relationship with donor and partners.

    4. Monitor programs as assigned to ensure quality and technical soundness, including on-site visits as appropriate. Collaborate with technical and monitoring and evaluation teams to monitor and evaluate results and impact of programs. Provide technical guidance on evaluation plans. Prepare, review and approve program designs to reach impactful outcomes for women and children.

    5. Coordinate and ensures technical quality of program planning documents for assigned programs, including Workplans, Detailed Implementation Plans, M&E plans, and Program Designs.

    6. Coordinate, review and help complete quality program reports with field staff including PH quarterly reports, survey reports, and donor reports.

    7. Prepares project results in appropriate format in collaboration with field team and M&E Director. Present project results for field team within PH and externally as appropriate.

    8. Help define responsibilities and qualifications of program staff. Participate in relevant staff selection.

    9. Ensure annual budgets align with performance objectives. Review monthly financials to ensure programs are spending in accordance with their budgets.

    10. Assist field programs to link with contractors, consultants, funders, local and international PVOs/NGOs, and relevant organizations to form partnerships and increase learning, thereby enhancing the quality and scope of their activities.

    Knowledge Management & Capacity Building

    1. Contribute to training and strengthening the skills of program staff, including updating staff on technical developments.

    2. Working in collaboration with technical, program, and regional staff develop strategies and contribute to development and dissemination of technical products such as abstracts, articles, conference presentations, and strategy papers to advance recognition of Project HOPE.

    3. Ensure that program staff remains current in their knowledge by reviewing and disseminating new materials, guidelines, and technical reports. Mentor Program Managers and Program Officers working on RMNCH programs.

    4. Ensure that all Project HOPE programs benefit from the sharing of “lessons learned” from other relevant programs carried out within the Project HOPE and programs implemented by other organizations.

    5. Stays appraised of current technical developments in RMNCH and other related technical areas.

    6. Responsible for ensuring program reports and data are entered into Global Health’s information management systems and are kept up to date.

    7. Collaborate with peer organizations and technical associations in support of strategic priorities.

    8. Represent Project HOPE’s program activities to external parties, such as donors, cooperating agencies, and other interested parties; and attend appropriate meetings and conferences as directed by senior management within Global Health.

    9. Support other Global Health activities as directed by the Executive Vice President.

      REQUIREMENTS:

    10. MPH or Master’s degree in directly relevant area required, RN or MD in addition is a plus.

    11. At least five years’ experience in international women & children’s health programs, including direct implementation of health projects, with demonstrated experience as resource person for program monitoring in the area of Maternal and Child Health while focusing on community level programs where beneficiaries are linked to available health services and health education. Expertise in Neonatal health.

    12. Experience in area of behavior change leading to improved health outcomes in one of our key practice areas is expected. Familiarity with additional practice areas (women’s and children’s health, TB, HIV/AIDS, Economic Strengthening or Chronic diseases) is a plus.

    13. Demonstrated experience in the implementation of RMNCH programs in sub-Saharan Africa and other regions,

    14. Experience in the design, evaluation or technical oversight of RMNCH programs in developing countries.

    15. Experience supporting multi-country RMNCH portfolio.

    16. Interest and ability to engage in new business development initiatives to start and expand RMNCH programs.

    17. At least two years living and working in an international setting (developing country preferred) or equivalent international experience. Experience in Africa essential.

    18. Fluency in English and excellent writing skills. Knowledge of other languages is an advantage.

    19. Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with field and home office staff to ensure quality and productivity.

    20. Demonstrated ability to work with USAID missions, USAID Washington, and other donors.

    21. Demonstrated communication skills, verbal and written. Writing skills should include proposal and grant writing, memorandum of understanding and teaming agreements, routine program status and activity reports.

    22. Strong financial management skills and capabilities; strong analytical skills.

    23. Proficiency with computers both in word processing and spreadsheet programs, with presentation and report writing capability. Familiarity with statistical software is a plus.

    24. Able to manage multiple priorities, function as team/project leader, and work with a minimum of supervision and direction.

    25. Able to think creatively and critically about programs and activities, in order to challenge the status quo and promote continuous improvement.

    26. Identifies with Project HOPE mission, vision and core values.

    27. Willing to travel internationally 25%-35% of time; NOTE: Project HOPE employees work in the global health field and may be required to travel or work in countries where working conditions are classified as “hardship”


    How to apply:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=244


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 01 Nov 2016

    PURPOSE: The purpose of this consultancy is to provide technical expertise in the design, development, and implementation neonatal programs for Africa.

    TERMS: The SOW is for a 2-month duration from November 1, 2016 until December 31, 2016, with a possibility for extension upon mutual agreement. ACTIVITIES:

    1. Sierra Leone Innovations Program. Follow up on Sierra Leone assessment and Kangaroo Mother Care training in Bo District with the development and start-up of a neonatal program. Engagement will continue with the Ministry of Health, American Association of Pediatrics, and UNICEF. This will involve a trip to Sierra Leone to follow up on initial activities with a clearly developed program plan (with goals, objectives, and indicators and a Gantt chart of activities), and putting together relevant and culturally appropriate training materials. It will include helping to identify implementing partners and other key stakeholders.

    2. Assessment of Fundraising Opportunities in Africa. Develop a business plan document with a strategy for expanding neonatal work across Africa. Assess current programming and identify areas of opportunity for Project HOPE. Identify key donors interested in supporting neonatal programming, define their priorities, and determine how they can be approached. Identify specific USAID and other governmental grants coming to a close soon that we could pre-position for, reviewing mid-term evaluations for weaknesses and areas of opportunity, and proposing general strategy and partnering possibilities.

    3. Neonatal Programming Tools. Put together an electronic folder of most up-to-date guidelines and training materials for neonatal programming (i.e. Kangaroo Care guidelines). The materials should be ready to be utilized by technical and field staff in the implementation of new programs.

    4. Program Development. Provide program development support as needed. This would involve program design and writing technical sections.

    5. Partnership Development. Explore and identify other international and key in-country organizations to partner with or establish strategic relationships with to advance neonatal programs.

    6. Programmatic Guidance. Provide technical guidance to ongoing programs that target maternal child health as needed.

    7. Establish regular communication with the point of contact and regional and technical staff supporting program development and implementation.

    EXPECTED DELIVERABLES:

    • Bi-weekly report of activities and progress

    • Sierra Leone program up and running (depending upon financial resources available)

    • Business plan document outlining a strategy for acquiring funding for neonatal programs in Africa

    • Technical tools electronic folder in place

    REQUIREMENTS:

    • Masters degree in directly relevant area required, MPH preferred.

    • At least five years’ experience implementing women & children’s health programs in Africa.

    • Expertise in neonatal health.

    • Willing to travel internationally.

    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.


    How to apply:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=245


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Mozambique
    Closing date: 30 Nov 2016

    Introduction:

    Project HOPE is currently seeking qualified candidates for an upcoming project focused on malaria control in the country of Mozambique. The purpose of this project will be to implement the Integrated Malaria Program (IMaP) under the USAID/Mozambique President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI). Specifically, IMaP will improve prevention and case management activities, strengthen health system management and information services, facilitate coordination and enhance appropriate implementation and use of quality malaria interventions in four provinces of Mozambique during five years of program implementation. The places of performance under this contract will include the following provinces in Mozambique: Zambezia Province, Nampula Province, Cabo Delgado Province, and Tete Province.

    This position is contingent upon award.

    Summary of Role:

    • Oversee programmatic and technical aspects related to BCC activities. The BCC

    • TA will coordinate with PMI, the Ministry of Health and other stakeholders to ensure the delivery of systematic and consistent technical assistance to the Ministry of Health, at all levels, and to other PMI implementing partners.

      Coordinate efforts with other stakeholders to ensure that resources are efficiently used and to minimize duplication of efforts.

    Required Qualifications/Skills:

    • Masters’ degree in public health, or in a related field;

    • A minimum of 3 years of experience in project management in BCC related to a public health

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Local nationality preferred

    How to apply:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=243


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Mozambique
    Closing date: 30 Nov 2016

    Introduction:

    Project HOPE is currently seeking qualified candidates for an upcoming project focused on malaria control in the country of Mozambique. The purpose of this project will be to implement the Integrated Malaria Program (IMaP) under the USAID/Mozambique President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI). Specifically, IMaP will improve prevention and case management activities, strengthen health system management and information services, facilitate coordination and enhance appropriate implementation and use of quality malaria interventions in four provinces of Mozambique during five years of program implementation. The places of performance under this contract will include the following provinces in Mozambique: Zambezia Province, Nampula Province, Cabo Delgado Province, and Tete Province.

    This position is contingent upon award.

    Summary of Role:

    • Oversee programmatic and technical aspects related to case management and malaria and pregnancy activities.

    • Coordinate with PMI, the Ministry of Health and other stakeholders to ensure the delivery of systematic and consistent technical assistance to the Ministry of Health, at all levels, and to other PMI implementing partners.

    • Coordinate efforts with other stakeholders to ensure that resources are efficiently used and to minimize duplication of efforts.

    · Contribute to the strategy for an oversee the implementation of the project’s activities including malaria in pregnancy, case management, and health systems strengthening

    · Provide general technical and leadership support to national agencies in malaria case management, including developing case management tools and participating in technical working groups.

    · Support direct reports to implement training programs for the public and private sector in quality malaria case management

    · Collaborate with national, province, and local agency staff to strengthen quality improvement and supervision systems for malaria interventions.

    · Promote the use of indicators to monitor compliance with the project's activities including malaria in pregnancy, case management, and health systems strengthening.

    · Oversee supportive supervision of trained facility and community health workers.

    Required Qualifications/Skills:

    • Clinical degree in medicine or nursery, or in a related field;

    • A minimum of 5 years of senior-level experience in project management in malaria or other public health program;

    • Demonstrated experience in malaria case management and/or malaria in pregnancy;

    • At least 3 years of experience working with National Malaria Control Programs, or with

      Maternal and Child Health Programs, in developing and transitioning countries, both at central and provincial levels

    • Local nationality preferred


    How to apply:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=241


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Mozambique
    Closing date: 30 Nov 2016

    Introduction:

    Project HOPE is currently seeking qualified candidates for an upcoming project focused on malaria control in the country of Mozambique. The purpose of this project will be to implement the Integrated Malaria Program (IMaP) under the USAID/Mozambique President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI). Specifically, IMaP will improve prevention and case management activities, strengthen health system management and information services, facilitate coordination and enhance appropriate implementation and use of quality malaria interventions in four provinces of Mozambique during five years of program implementation. The places of performance under this contract will include the following provinces in Mozambique: Zambezia Province, Nampula Province, Cabo Delgado Province, and Tete Province.

    This position is contingent upon award.

    Summary of Role:

    The OFD is responsible for overseeing project finances and other operational and administrative duties. The OFD 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/Skills:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business Administration and/or completion of second level of a recognized accounting program combined with 12 years of related financial experience.

    • Minimum eight years’ experience in administrative and financial management of large scale,

    complex, international development assistance programs

    • Demonstrated supervisory experience

    • Demonstrated experience and skills in developing and managing large budgets

    • Extensive experience in developing and managing a donor funded grants program

    • Fluency in written and spoken English and Portuguese.

    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.

    • Local nationality preferred


    How to apply:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=239


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Mozambique
    Closing date: 30 Nov 2016

    Introduction:

    Project HOPE is currently seeking qualified candidates for an upcoming project focused on malaria control in the country of Mozambique. The purpose of this project will be to implement the Integrated Malaria Program (IMaP) under the USAID/Mozambique President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI). Specifically, IMaP will improve prevention and case management activities, strengthen health system management and information services, facilitate coordination and enhance appropriate implementation and use of quality malaria interventions in four provinces of Mozambique during five years of program implementation. The places of performance under this contract will include the following provinces in Mozambique: Zambezia Province, Nampula Province, Cabo Delgado Province, and Tete Province.

    This position is contingent upon award.

    Summary of Role:

    The SME STA oversees programmatic and technical aspects related to surveillance and

    monitoring and evaluation activities. The SME STA will coordinate with PMI, the Ministry of Health and other stakeholders to ensure the delivery of systematic and consistent technical assistance to the Ministry of Health, at all levels, and to other PMI implementing partners. The SME STA will also coordinate efforts with other stakeholders to ensure that resources are efficiently used and to minimize duplication of efforts

    Required Qualifications/ Skills:

    At least a masters’ degree in public health, or in a related field;

    • A minimum of 5 years of senior-level experience in project management in malaria or other

    • public health program;

    • Demonstrated experience in surveillance and monitoring and evaluation

    • Fluency in written and spoken English and Portuguese.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Local nationality preferred


    How to apply:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=240


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Mozambique
    Closing date: 30 Nov 2016

    Introduction:

    Project HOPE is currently seeking qualified candidates for an upcoming project focused on malaria control in the country of Mozambique. The purpose of this project will be to implement the Integrated Malaria Program (IMaP) under the USAID/Mozambique President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI). Specifically, IMaP will improve prevention and case management activities, strengthen health system management and information services, facilitate coordination and enhance appropriate implementation and use of quality malaria interventions in four provinces of Mozambique during five years of program implementation. The places of performance under this contract will include the following provinces in Mozambique: Zambezia Province, Nampula Province, Cabo Delgado Province, and Tete Province.

    This position is contingent upon award.

    Summary of Role:

    The Technical Director is responsible for overseeing all programming, including ensuring the technical quality of services. The Technical Director 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 COP to facilitate operational capacity building initiatives, directly facilitates technical capacity building, and supports coordination with local government and other key partners.

    The Technical Director directs and supervises senior program staff and consultants.

    Required Qualifications/ Skills:

    • A Bachelor’s degree in public health, social sciences, or other related degree; Master’s degree strongly preferred

    • At least 7years of experience managing large and complex Malaria projects;

    • At least 5 years of supervision experience with USAID funded projects;

    • Demonstrated ability to ensure gender integration in project design, implementation and M&E

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Demonstrated experience planning, designing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating projects;

    • 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

    • Local nationality preferred

    • Fluency in written and spoken English and Portuguese.


    How to apply:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=238


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