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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 COP is responsible and has authority and oversight for the entire program. The COP provides managerial and technical support throughout the implementation of the project, including management of sub-partners. The COP 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 COP bears ultimate responsibility for ensuring that grantees and sub-grantees meet USAID, Health, PEPFAR and program requirements.

    Required Qualifications/ Skills:

    • 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 and at least 2 years of malaria experience;

    • At least 7 years of supervision experience supervising USAID funded projects;

    • At least 8 years of in-country experience delivering development programs in a developing country;

    • Demonstrated strong leadership, communications, and interpersonal skills;

    • Demonstrated experience working with host country government; and

    • Excellent knowledge of U.S. Government approaches and regulations; development assistance mission, values, and principles

    • 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=236


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: United Arab Emirates
    Closing date: 31 Dec 2016

    Summary: Project HOPE (PH) is implementing a Diabetes Empowerment and Education Program in the UAE with a focus on Dubai. The Program Consultant will act as the key liaison with all locally based partners and stakeholders, including officials from the UAE Ministry of Health and Promotion, Dubai Health Authority, the UAE National Diabetes Committee, AstraZeneca, physicians and administrators at local medical institutions and community members. Working closely with the Senior Program Officer, Global Health, this role will provide local leadership, direction and representation of Project HOPE in the UAE, will lead the implementation of a high-quality project and contribute to the development of the program’s educational materials. In addition, she/he will interact with Project HOPE’s regional and HQ team to organize and report on local program activities (based on a schedule agreed upon by consultant and PH Project staff). The role requires strong public health technical and program management skills as well as the ability to multi-task and handle complex competing priorities**.**

    Specific Objectives:

    1. Provide technical and managerial support to implement the Diabetes Empowerment and Education Program in the UAE with a focus on Dubai.

    2. Lead the execution of project deliverables and organize local program activities

    3. Lead project planning, budgeting, work plan development, monitoring for quality improvement, dissemination and advocacy.

    4. Communicate regularly with PH regional and HQ staff (per schedule determined between consultant and Senior Program Officer)

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

    6. Build and strengthen, as required local network with government, donors and other stakeholders to positively influence PH program approaches

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

    8. Responsible for submitting program activity reports, meeting minutes and financial reports (per schedule determined between consultant and Senior Program Officer).

      Minimum Qualifications:

    9. Minimum 10 years of similar experience in the field of public health/NCDs with government and/or NGOs.

    10. In-depth technical knowledge and programmatic experience on diabetes and related public health programs

    11. Demonstrated success in establishing strong partnership & networks with the key public and private stakeholders.

    12. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

    13. Excellent organizational, planning and coordination skill

    14. Demonstrated ability to multitask

    15. Strong computer skills

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

    17. Fluency in English and Arabic strongly preferred


    How to apply:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=246


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Tajikistan
    Closing date: 15 Jan 2017

    TB Control Consultant

    Assessment of TB Beds Network, Tajikistan

    Purpose

    The overall goal of this assignment is to conduct assessment of TB beds network in Tajikistan and development TB bed rationalization plan within USAID pilots

    Overview

    USAID TB Control Program (USAID TBCP) is a five year Program implementing by the Project HOPE in two countries of Central Asia – Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. The purpose of the Program is to ensure more effective and more accessible tuberculosis (TB) diagnosis and treatment for all, including vulnerable populations, so as to reduce the burden of TB and the development of drug-resistant TB in Central Asia.

    According to the Strategic Plan of Rationalization of the Health Care Facilities Network of the Tajikistan for 2011-2020, it envisages that the number of oblast, rayon and rural hospitals will be reduced by 30% by 2020, whereas the number of primary health care facilities is envisaged to increase. Based on the above mentioned Strategic Plan, the TB beds network rationalization plan by 2015 was developed. Stage by stage reduction of TB beds enabled to reduce their number from 2630 to 1800 by the end of 2015.

    Since the Government plans to uphold a stage by stage reduction of TB beds, it is crucial to undertake an assessment of the TB beds network in order to identify the needs and gaps in further reduction of TB beds, and how to make this process to ensure a more rational use of resources that become available in the result of TB beds reduction. The USAID TB Control Program is looking for an International Expert for providing technical support to MoH\NTP to find the best way in rationalization of TB beds in the country.

    Objectives of Study

    • Conduct assessment of TB beds network in Tajikistan

    • Development TB bed rationalization plan

    • The assignment will contribute to the Objective 4 “Enhanced enabling environment promoting TB services that meet international standards”, activity 4.6.1 of the Program’s approved work-plan for Year 3.

    • The total proposed level of effort for this assignment is 15 days, including 7 day travel to Tajikistan.

    Minimum Requirements

    • Master’s degree in public health;

    • At least five years of international experience in public health, lung health and TB;

    • Experience in development of health national strategies, health policy documents, especially related to lung diseases and TB (National TB protocols and programs);

    • Good technical skills in measurement and evaluation, including grasp of methodological and operational dimensions and the ability to link corporate and country level issues;

    • Excellent interpersonal, consultation, communication (both verbal and written), facilitation and presentation skills

    • Experience in planning and implementation of the health sector assessments;

    • Excellent knowledge of Russian and English language


    How to apply:

    For more information and to apply for consideration, please go to the Project HOPE Careers Site using the following link:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=247


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Tajikistan, Uzbekistan
    Closing date: 31 Jan 2017

    Overview:

    USAID TB Control Program is a five-year program implemented by Project HOPE in two Central Asian countries – Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. The purpose of the program is to ensure more effective and more accessible TB diagnosis and treatment for all, including vulnerable populations to reduce the burden of TB and the development of its drug-resistant forms in Central Asia.

    Media engagement in dissemination of key TB messaging and reduction of stigma and discrimination associated with TB is an important element of effective TB control. The purpose of this consultancy is to develop and present master classes for the representatives of Uzbekistan’s and Tajikistan’s media and relevant agencies on development of media materials on subjects related to public health generally, and tuberculosis (TB) specifically.

    Tasks:

    The Consultant will complete the following tasks:

    1. Develop the curriculum and handout materials in English at least 20 days prior to the workshop (the Program will provide the translation of the materials to Russian/Uzbek/Tajik);

    2. Conduct three-day master classes in English (the Program will provide simultaneous interpreter): one master class in Dushanbe, Tajikistan and one master class in Tashkent, Uzbekistan;

    3. Facilitate development by the master class participants of the actions plans listing specific steps for improving media materials’ quality and quantity, which the participants can subsequently implement in their own work.

    4. Develop a report listing the achieved results and formulate recommendations

    Period of Performance:

    The period of performance for this consultancy is approximately sixteen days with an anticipated start date of February, 2017.

    Required Skills and Communications

    • Master’s or other advanced degree in journalism or a related area

    • Minimum of 10 years of professional experience in journalism with strong understanding of the media industry and solid knowledge of content research and storytelling tools and techniques for effective coverage of public health issues across the broad and rapidly digitally evolving media landscape

    • Minimum five years of professional experience in journalism training/coursework design, delivery and/or evaluation

    • Proven knowledge of international standards for media freedom and integrity of the media and current challenges in print/online/broadcast/radio reporting

    • Experience in coverage of public health, medical, or socially sensitive subject matters

    • Professional experience in or solid knowledge of the media environment in the countries of the former Soviet Union, and specifically Tajikistan or Uzbekistan is preferred

    • Strong training and communications skills

    • Sensitivity to cross-cultural dynamics

    • Fluency in English

    • Knowledge of the Tajik, Uzbek and/or Russian languages preferred


    How to apply:

    To apply for consideration, please using the following link to the Project HOPE Careers Site:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=248


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 28 Feb 2017

    POSITION SUMMARY:

    Manages all Project HOPE’s accounting operations and financial systems. Provides timely and accurate actual financial data, including grant financial data to HOPE decision makers (including, but not limited to: CEO, Senior Vice President, International Operations, Associate Vice President, Vice President Development, Board of Directors, other Senior Managers) and to sponsoring agencies. Insures the integrity of financial information.

    Principal Responsibilities

    • Together with Senior Leadership team and CEO, define the financial model underlying the annual budget and strategic plans. Responsible for coordination and presentation of the annual budget.

    • Generate high quality financial statements and forward-looking supporting financial analysis.

    • Compiles and supervises preparation of monthly financials and management reports.

    • Develop and maintain strong teams to ensure strong execution against organizational goals.

    • Lead the continued improvement of the current financial planning and management tools and the capital and operating planning, budgeting and reporting processes both domestically and internationally.

    • Evaluate the effectiveness of the organization’s performance versus its mission, financial and risk objectives and “Best Practices” of high performing for profit and not for profit entities.

    • Manages HOPE Investment portfolio along with AVP

    • Responsible for financial policies – guiding others and updating as needed

    • Supports Compliance Officer in Compliance policy creation and other initiatives

    Ensuring Financial Accuracy

    •Manages all the functions of HOPE’s accounting, grant accounting function, purchasing operations, and supervises their associated staff. This includes: Global Operations Accounting, Financial Accounting, Payroll, Time Accounting, Travel Expense Reporting, Purchasing and Accounts Payable.

    • Responsible for liaison with HOPE’s independent accountants in the execution of the annual audits and preparation of HOPE’s IRS reports.

    • Directs the continuous improvement efforts of financial operations including initiating and implementing computer system upgrades and enhancements.

    Building effective working relationships with key leaders and staff:

    • Earn the trust and respect of the CEO and the Senior Leadership Team.

    • Embrace the Project HOPE culture and harness its strengths for positive change.

    • Develop and mentor the financial staff and expand the depth and competency of the Finance organization.

    Required Experience

    • Deep financial leadership experience, including at least 10-plus years of financial management in a complex, global enterprise.

    • Knowledge of and experience with domestic and international regulatory issues and non-profit operations would be a plus.

    • A deep commitment to the overall mission of the organization. Passion and respect for the global health issues that affect the organization’s work. Ability to quickly become conversant in the organization’s work and to communicate with all relevant constituencies.

    • Strong academic credentials including a CPA.

    Other Personal Characteristics

    • Judgment. Excellent analytical and decision-making skills, in order to provide important advice on complex decisions on tight timetables.

    • Integrity. High integrity and exceptionally well-developed personal and professional values.

    • Energy, Drive, and Influencing Skills. A vigor for maintaining a best-in-class finance function and for the organization’s mission. Outstanding interpersonal skills and ability to engage consistently with a broad and diverse audience.

    • Self-starter and solutions-oriented. Comfortable working with minimal supervision. Demonstrated creative problem solving abilities; able to anticipate problems and contribute to solutions.

    • Advisory style. A consultative style; possessing the ability to challenge assumptions in a constructive way. Comfortable and confident in offering helpful advice and counsel to colleagues at all levels.

    • Communications. Excellent communications skills. Articulate and tactful. A natural inclination to keep the key constituents informed at all times, while maintaining privacy when appropriate. Able to translate complex financial and risk management principles into understandable concepts for individuals at all levels.

    • Even-keeled. Capable of handling pressure, tension, ambiguity, changing priorities, and multiple points of view.

    ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

    · BA/BS in Accounting required. Masters Degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Administration is a plus. CPA required.

    · Minimum of 8-10 years’ experience in financial accounting, preferably in a not-for-profit or government contracting environment; plus a minimum of three years’ experience supervising the work of other accountants and/or budget analysts.

    · Thorough knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS), FASB 116 and 117.

    · Understanding of and experience with federal financial compliance, contracting, and auditing requirements as detailed in OMB Circulars A-110, A-122, A-133, 22CFR226 as well as the relevant government counterparts is exceedingly helpful.

    · Demonstrated ability to use large scale automated accounting systems, knowledge of QuickBooks a plus.

    · Direct experience in performing and reviewing fund and account balance reconciliations as well as preparing and reviewing ledger entries, adjustments and accruals.

    · Experience in preparing materials for and responding to end-of-year audits.

    · Experience in creating or modifying accounting or reporting procedures and policies to ensure proper financial control and data integrity.

    · Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills.

    · Experience in preparing and/or reviewing financial statements, including variance analysis, as well as the ability to explain these to persons with little financial acumen.

    · Ability to work well under pressure, organize and set priorities, meet deadlines, handle multiple tasks simultaneously.

    · Ability to communicate effectively, both written and oral.

    • Previous experience with an international non-governmental organization a plus.

    How to apply:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=249


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 28 Feb 2017

    POSITION SUMMARY: Serves as Program Specialist to the Global Volunteer Programs Department. Under the general direction and broad supervision of the Director, the Program Specialist assists to develop, integrate and implement comprehensive international volunteer operations within the portfolio, including Global Health, HOPE-supported partners, DOD and Disaster Response/Humanitarian Assistance. The Program Specialist supports full-cycle volunteer management including recruitment, orientation, coordination, evaluation and recognition of Project HOPE’s global volunteers. The Program Specialist will work to solidify current relationships, expand partnerships, and improve the programmatic content of volunteer engagement at field sites. The Program Specialist will also act as a backstop for the Director to assist with administrative needs.

    PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Deploy to pre-selected global health (GH) program and HOPE-supported partner sites to solidify and enhance relationships, conduct follow-up assessment to determine any evolution in needs, requirements, or logistics, provide follow-on staff training on volunteer usage and reporting, and ensure comprehensive understanding of the program design for each site.

    • Increase volunteer Level of Effort (LOE) in selected GH sites, by coordinating with the site leadership on the identified needs, as well as support screening of potential applicants.

    • Identify and implement improvements to the volunteer program design in pre-selected GH sites to support achievement of Project HOPE’s Global Health department goals. Support monitoring and evaluation of volunteer program outputs, outcomes and impacts. Responsible for ensuring program reports and data are entered into Global Health’s information management systems and are kept up to date.

    • Provide consultation, coordination, communication, and technical assistance to the Global Health department for volunteer integration.

    • Support Project HOPE’s Emergency Response efforts at headquarters and/or in the field to coordinate volunteers and monitor information throughout the response.

    • Assist Director with administrative functions associated with the department, to include publication of the Volunteer Newsletter, the Volunteer of the Month recognition program, Certificate of Appreciation distribution, and other tasks as assigned.

    • Prepare activity reports to inform Director of the status of implementation plans of programs. Support writing of proposals, promotional materials, and results reports as needed.

    • Maintain and monitor stock of HOPE volunteer uniforms; direct issuance of uniforms and equipment.

    • Act as a backstop for the Director to represent the department, as needed, in meetings, conferences, and other functions required of the department.

    • Provide a “face of HOPE” and act as a “HOPE ambassador” for external volunteer-related relationships, as needed.

    • Other duties as assigned.

    REQUIREMENTS:

    • Minimum of one year practical experience in volunteer management/volunteer programs

    • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree, with preference in a health-related field. Advanced degree preferred

    • At least one year of practical experience in Global Health and a keen understanding of sustainable, international public health principles. Experience in an allied health or medical field preferred

    • Ability to travel, both international and domestic between 10-50%

    • Experience working or volunteering in humanitarian assistance and disaster response preferred

    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills**,** with a high level of computer literacy in basic and advanced computer programs preferred

    • Strong knowledge of web-based technologies for training, communication, and information dissemination is recommended

    • Ability to be flexible and adaptive to change

    • Experience living, working or volunteering in a developing country context preferred

    • Ability to think creatively and critically about programs and activities, deal sensitively in multi-cultural environments, build effective working relations with partners, donors, and colleagues, and achieve results through collaboration

    • Ability to manage multiple priorities, function in group and team settings, and work with a minimum of supervision and direction

    • Possess/maintain, or willing to attain, national-level credentials in volunteer administration and management (Certificate in Volunteer Administration)

    • Fluency in a foreign language (Spanish, French or Russian) preferred

    • Willingness 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=252


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Uzbekistan
    Closing date: 28 Feb 2017

    Position Summary:

    The Country Program Director for the USAID TB Control Program in Uzbekistan will provide overall programmatic and managerial oversight for the program. S/he will guide the regional strategic planning as well as design and implementation of the program in Uzbekistan and be responsible for overall reporting of activities and for all program deliverables. S/he will be the point of contact and manage relationships with key stakeholders in Uzbekistan, primarily the National TB Control Program, the USAID mission and partner organizations in the country. The Uzbekistan Country Program Director will ensure the administrative and financial integrity of the program in Uzbekistan and its operations working closely with Contract/F&A/Operations Director.

    Responsibilities:

    • Ensure activities meet and deliver the highest technical standards and program quality and achieve the Program’s strategic objectives in Uzbekistan

    • Facilitate the development of innovative programmatic approaches and interventions working closely with Chief of Party, Regional Technical Director, HQ Senior TB Portfolio Director, and regional specialists

    • Lead annual work planning process in close collaboration with the regional specialists, national counterparts and other relevant stakeholders

    • Ensure the Program's monitoring and evaluation system captures timely, high quality information and utilizes data to inform decisions and foster learning and innovation

    • Ensure timely preparation and submission of high quality reports (quarterly, annually and final) and provide periodic updates on the progress made, direction, approaches and successes of the activities to senior management team, USAID/Uzbekistan and other key stakeholders

    • Be responsible for the management of the country Program budget, including tracking of financial and material resources

    • Ensure accurate and timely reporting of the country Program finances and progress status, review actual financial performance against the budget, and explain variances on a regular basis

    • Ensure compliance with all Project HOPE and USAID administrative and operational procedures and policies as well as Uzbekistan local legal requirements

    • Liaise with USAID/Uzbekistan as requested and cultivate strategic relationships and alliances with international agencies, host country partners, key stakeholders and other organizations to maximize and leverage resources and avoid duplication of effort

    • In collaboration with Project HOPE Country Representative and consortium members, strengthen linkages with key stakeholders and potential partner agencies in Uzbekistan

    • Lead, mentor, support and supervise Uzbekistan program staff to align efforts and ensure the successful achievement of program objectives

    • Conduct periodic reviews of staff performance in keeping with Project HOPE's performance management system and foster high levels of motivation, commitment, capacity, and teamwork among project staff

    • Manage the recruitment portfolio for the Program, in collaboration with the Human Resources Department

    Minimum Requirements:

    • Master’s degree in public health or the social sciences;

    • A minimum of 8 years working in a leadership/senior management role, preferably with

    • international organizations;

    • Minimum 6 years of technical experience overseeing projects with complex and challenging field operation;

    • Relevant background and experience in implementing public health and tuberculosis projects;

    • Good understanding of the former Soviet Union, Experience in Central Asia preferred;

    • Strong familiarity with operating grants, sub-grants, and short term technical assistance;

    • Considerable experience working with host country governments to implement projects, preferably

    • within the context of health interventions;

    • Ability to efficiently coordinate and manage the home office, field offices and field teams

    • Strong reporting, monitoring, evaluation, budget, and financial management skills;

    • Russian and/or Uzbek language skills desirable.


    How to apply:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=253


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Kazakhstan
    Closing date: 20 Apr 2017

    Consultant: Tuberculosis (TB) Subject Matter Expert

    Kazakhstan Project Performance Assessment

    (Short Term Consultancy) (Two Positions)

    Purpose:

    To conduct a performance assessment of Project HOPE’s Kazakhstan project “Addressing cross-border TB, M/XDR-TB and TB/HIV among labor migrants”.

    Background

    The “Addressing cross-border TB, M/XDR-TB and TB/HIV among labor migrants” project has been implemented by Project HOPE in the Republic of Kazakhstan since December 2014 within the framework of the Global Fund grant for TB under the New Funding Mechanism. Aim of the project is to develop and introduce highly effective measures to control TB, M/XDR-TB and TB/HIV among labor migrants.

    Project HOPE believes that the project performance assessment as a problem-solving approach that focuses on critical, immediate ‘must do’ performance issues. The ultimate purpose of performance assessment is to achieve an efficient and effective project performance by providing relevant feedback to the project management at all levels. During the assessment it is critical to identify key performance issues (or untapped opportunities) preventing team from achieving project performance objectives.

    The outputs of assessment is a report, a concise one-page summary and an action plan with creative solutions designed to more effectively address revealed barriers and opportunities and achieve desired performance results

    To conduct Project Performance Assessment Project HOPE is seeking for a team of two consultants, where one will be having a particular focus on migrants and health specific issues and another one will work with health organizations involved in TB control and their role in project implementation.

    Specific Objectives:

    • Assess the specific features of medical assistance to migrants, with the focus on TB care

    • Review relevant project documentation: proposal, partner reports, quarterly reports, annual reports and other documents developed on country and regional working groups, and high-level meetings.

    • Analytical data review of the Project implementation.

    • Evaluate outreach activities, referral for diagnosis, and organization of TB examination, screening and treatment of TB among external migrants in the framework of the project.

    • To introduce to the Project HOPE team best practices and evidence-based approaches of work with migrants on TB prevention and treatment.

    • Conduct an evaluation of overall achievements, successes, challenges, and lessons learned of the project per objective, indicators towards reaching the goals of the Project.

    • Develop together with key project members a comprehensive action plan for future replication.

    Period of Performance: Seventeen (17) days

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Advanced degree in Public Health, Public Administration, or relevant field of study with at least 7 years of relevant experience
    • Experience working in low and lower-middle income countries on public health programs and research/evaluation. Experience in former Soviet Union/Eastern Europe highly desirable
    • Exceptional analytical (qualitative and quantitative) and communication (written and verbal) skills
    • Content expertise in TB, migration and health field in low-middle-income countries
    • Proven experience evaluating development aid and/or donor programs and providing practical recommendations
    • Strategic thinking, priority setting and problem solving skills in a limited-structure, and multicultural environment
    • Ability to work closely and foster strong professional relationships with in-country colleagues

    • Excellent English writing skills, knowledge of Russian highly desired


    How to apply:

    To apply for consideration, please visit our Project HOPE Careers website using the following link:

    https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=260


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  • 05/02/17--06:29: Ukraine: Chief of Party
  • Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Ukraine
    Closing date: 31 May 2017

    Project HOPE seeks qualified candidates for the position of Chief of Party for the anticipated USAID Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO).

    The overall goal of the five-year ServingLife activity is to reduce HIV, tuberculosis (TB), and Hepatitis C (HCV) transmission through detection, care, and treatment of people living with HIV, TB, DR-TB and HCV in pre-trial detention centers, prisons, and post-prison settings in Ukraine. The Activity will be implemented in eleven oblasts of Ukraine (Dnipropetrovsk, Mykolaiv, Odesa, Kyiv city, Kherson, Zaporizzhya, Kirovograd, Kyiv oblast, Cherkasy, Chernigiv, Poltava) with the highest HIV, TB, DR-TB and HIV/TB co-infection rates and on the Government of Ukraine’s controlled territories of Donetsk region.

    The Activity will achieve the following three objectives: (1) Strengthen the existing comprehensive package of HIV, TB, and HCV detection, care and treatment services for people who are at risk of and people living with HIV, TB, MDR-TB and HCV in pre-trial detention centers and prison settings and ensure the continuity of services after release; (2) build the capacity of medical and social service staff working in the MOJ to provide a comprehensive package of HIV, TB, DR-TB and HCV services; and (3) improve existing and develop new MOH and MOJ evidence-based policies, orders, and guidelines related to the expansion of integrated HIV, TB, DR-TB and HCV programs for pre-trial detainees, prisoners and ex-prisoners, and ensure that a comprehensive package of services

    Position Summary:

    The Chief of Party will provide vision, direction, leadership and management to the

    cooperative agreement. S/he will have the leadership qualities, depth and breadth of technical expertise and experience, professional reputation, management experience, interpersonal skills and professional relationships to fulfill the diverse managerial and technical requirements in the program description. S/he will be the direct link with the AOR and other relevant stakeholders and will be based in Kyiv, Ukraine. The COP will be responsible for:

    · Coordination of all project activities and staff.

    · S/he will be responsible for technical leadership and administrative oversight of the program and will serve as the principal institutional liaison to USAID

    · S/he will manage a team of senior staff and sub-partners and ensure quality, timeliness and efficiency of all products and activities generated under the project.

    · S/he will have a capacity to build and maintain productive working relationships and a proven track record of interacting with high-level host country governments at various levels within the context of post-Soviet East Europe and Eurasia, international agencies and other stakeholders.

    · The COP will exhibit effective personnel management, coordination, and evidence driven decision-making skills along with an ability to troubleshoot and propose effective solutions.

    · Satisfactory attainment of all Project objectives and results, including the successful management

    · Technical leadership and oversight of all program activities

    · Oversight of financial management and procurement; ensuring compliance with donor rules and regulations

    · Supervision of planning, quality assurance and program monitoring, evaluating, and reporting

    Qualifications:

    · The COP shall have a Master’s degree in public health, health administration, social work, business administration or relevant discipline.

    · S/he shall have a minimum of 10 years of demonstrated experience managing progressively complex HIV/AIDS, TB and/or other health sector or health systems strengthening programs. Experience in implementing complex and multi-faceted projects is required, with demonstrated skills in organizing resources and establishing priorities.

    · Experience of working in the penitentiary sector is a plus.


    How to apply:

    Apply here: https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=267


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Ukraine
    Closing date: 31 May 2017

    Project HOPE seeks qualified candidates for the position of Deputy Chief of Party for the anticipated USAID Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO).

    The overall goal of the five-year ServingLife activity is to reduce HIV, tuberculosis (TB), and Hepatitis C (HCV) transmission through detection, care, and treatment of people living with HIV, TB, DR-TB and HCV in pre-trial detention centers, prisons, and post-prison settings in Ukraine. The Activity will be implemented in eleven oblasts of Ukraine (Dnipropetrovsk, Mykolaiv, Odesa, Kyiv city, Kherson, Zaporizzhya, Kirovograd, Kyiv oblast, Cherkasy, Chernigiv, Poltava) with the highest HIV, TB, DR-TB and HIV/TB co-infection rates and on the Government of Ukraine’s controlled territories of Donetsk region.

    The Activity will achieve the following three objectives: (1) Strengthen the existing comprehensive package of HIV, TB, and HCV detection, care and treatment services for people who are at risk of and people living with HIV, TB, MDR-TB and HCV in pre-trial detention centers and prison settings and ensure the continuity of services after release; (2) build the capacity of medical and social service staff working in the MOJ to provide a comprehensive package of HIV, TB, DR-TB and HCV services; and (3) improve existing and develop new MOH and MOJ evidence-based policies, orders, and guidelines related to the expansion of integrated HIV, TB, DR-TB and HCV programs for pre-trial detainees, prisoners and ex-prisoners, and ensure that a comprehensive package of services is included in national strategies and budgets.

    Position Summary:

    The Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) provides technical and strategic leadership of the program and manages a team of staff and sub-partners to ensure quality, timeliness and efficiency of all products and activities generated under the project. S/he, in collaboration with the COP, will provide oversight of all technical and programmatic aspects of the activity to ensure that program objectives are met, all activities are responsive to the needs of the host country, and the program continues to advance and play a key role in achieving the goal and objectives. DCOP will be based in Kyiv, Ukraine, but will travel extensively among the regions. In the absence of the COP, s/he is expected to be the direct link with the AOR.

    Specific Responsibilities:

    · Oversee the work of the technical leadership staff, as delegated. Ensure that the work of each technical area is coordinated at all levels, from State to community level. Ensure that technical workplans are linked so that the monitoring and evaluation plans are integrated.

    · Define specific, quantifiable performance indicators and targets for programs and reporting results. Work with the Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor to assess activity progress to ensure that the project maintains close adherence to work plans and meets designated milestones, deliverables, and benchmarks.

    · With the Chief of Party, adapt and implement management systems with standard operating procedures to administer all activities funded by the contract. Ensure there is sufficient financial staff for disbursing all local costs under this project, monitoring and tracking expenditures, and preparing financial reports of project expenditures for submission to USAID.

    · With the Chief of Party, ensure that the program has adequate staff to carry out high-quality work and that staff are recruited and hired in accordance with state-level, -level, donor, and Project HOPE’s requirements

    · In partnership with the Chief of Party, meet regularly with USAID and other stakeholders to share progress, accomplishments, and challenges. Consult regularly with USAID on the current and future strategic direction.

    · Act as the main point of contact for all subcontractors and oversee their performance

    · Supervise staff as assigned. Supervisory responsibilities include, but are not limited to, regularly meeting with supervisees to discuss issues, track work progress, provide guidance and support, and ensure consistent quality of work performed; conducting Performance Plan and Reviews; communicating, implementing, and ensuring adherence to Project HOPE’s policies, guidelines, and values; developing staff skills and knowledge; approving time sheets; and facilitating supervisee success whenever possible.

    · Perform other duties as assigned by the Chief of Party.

    Qualifications:

    · The DCOP shall have a Master’s degree in public health or health administration or social work.

    · S/he shall have a minimum of 8 years of demonstrated experience in implementing programs addressing the challenges faced by PLHIV, improving HIV/AIDS, TB and other health services at facilities or within prison systems and planning and management of the health services for this group or other key population groups in developing countries.

    · S/he will have demonstrated experience of implementing USG and PEPFAR programs, and experience as Deputy Chief of Party is desirable.

    · S/he shall have a proven track record of building teams and fostering collaboration with host country government, NGOs, and private sector to achieve goals, meet milestones, and produce high quality deliverables.

    · The DCOP will demonstrate effective personnel management, interpersonal skills, coordination, and decision-making skills, with an ability to be accountable for all aspects of the project as well as strong written and oral presentation skills.

    · Professional-level Ukrainian and English, excellent communication skills – both written and oral.


    How to apply:

    Apply here: https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=268


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Ukraine
    Closing date: 31 May 2017

    Project HOPE seeks qualified candidates for the position of Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor for the anticipated USAID Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO).

    The overall goal of the five-year ServingLife activity is to reduce HIV, tuberculosis (TB), and Hepatitis C (HCV) transmission through detection, care, and treatment of people living with HIV, TB, DR-TB and HCV in pre-trial detention centers, prisons, and post-prison settings in Ukraine. The Activity will be implemented in eleven oblasts of Ukraine (Dnipropetrovsk, Mykolaiv, Odesa, Kyiv city, Kherson, Zaporizzhya, Kirovograd, Kyiv oblast, Cherkasy, Chernigiv, Poltava) with the highest HIV, TB, DR-TB and HIV/TB co-infection rates and on the Government of Ukraine’s controlled territories of Donetsk region.

    The Activity will achieve the following three objectives: (1) Strengthen the existing comprehensive package of HIV, TB, and HCV detection, care and treatment services for people who are at risk of and people living with HIV, TB, MDR-TB and HCV in pre-trial detention centers and prison settings and ensure the continuity of services after release; (2) build the capacity of medical and social service staff working in the MOJ to provide a comprehensive package of HIV, TB, DR-TB and HCV services; and (3) improve existing and develop new MOH and MOJ evidence-based policies, orders, and guidelines related to the expansion of integrated HIV, TB, DR-TB and HCV programs for pre-trial detainees, prisoners and ex-prisoners, and ensure that a comprehensive package of services is included in national strategies and budgets.

    Position Summary:

    The Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Adviser will oversee the project’s monitoring and evaluation system for reporting the progress of the project, and maintaining reporting procedures and guidelines in compliance with USAID and PEPFAR requirements.

    Specific Responsibilities:

    · Provides technical guidance and support to sub-awards in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the effectiveness of HIV/AIDS and TB and DR-TB services to detainees, prisoners and ex-prisoners.

    · Work with the prison authorities on data collection and reporting activities and review, adapt and create tools and indicators to measure project interventions.

    · Determine targeting and reporting procedures required by the Office of Global AIDS Coordinator (OGAC) through electronic platforms and systems established for all PEPFAR programs globally and within the time periods required by OGAC.

    · Adherence to PEPFAR specific reporting regulations including MER and Custom Indicators, SIMS, etc.

    · Ensure the quality of the data submitted and participate in regular Data Quality Assessments based on USAID requirements. Close cooperation with USAID is expected in this regard.

    Qualifications:

    · Master’s degree required in public health, research, epidemiology, strategic information, demography, biostatistics or relevant discipline.

    · Must possess minimum of 5 years of demonstrated experience in monitoring and evaluation of large-scale development programs and establishing M&E systems

    · Experience preferred managing data intensive programs, including a strong focus on gender, preferably on HIV/AIDS, TB programs

    · Knowledge of data collection protocols to ensure accurate data collection and verification is preferred, as well as an ability to identify data trends and communicate this information to allow for changes in program implementation.

    · Extraordinary verbal and written communication skills to manage project communication, provide support and guidance to project staff on monitoring and evaluation, provide narratives of the required indicators and disseminate project information are preferred.

    · Past experience leading and building the capacity of M&E staff to meet program needs and deliverables is desired.

    · Demonstrated knowledge of USG and GOU monitoring and evaluation and quality management processes and systems is desirable.

    · Professional-level Ukrainian and English, excellent communication skills – both written and oral. of the


    How to apply:

    Apply here: https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=269


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Indonesia
    Closing date: 25 May 2017

    APPLICATION DEADLINE May 25, 2017

    The Country Representative (CR) is a Local Hire position and will oversee country programs in Indonesia 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 Indonesia. S/He will be responsible for implementing a high-quality project on Maternal Child Health Program, combining high-level partnership and advocacy in Indonesia. 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 Indonesia. 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 and Volunteers interventions in Indonesia.
    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. Coordinate with the SEA and HQ team to develop public health interventions and other proposals for public and private donors, identifying and developing agreements with partners, and developing related budgets that accurately reflect local costs.
    7. Evaluate registration of PH in-country and investigate/implement administrative and financial reporting required to maintain registration in good standing.
    8. Manage the relations between PH and local partners, government officials and donor representatives.
    9. Maintain excellent communication with the RD and other working groups at HQ via regular mail, telephone, and other channels, informing PH about challenges and opportunities and other issues relative to operations in country. Submit operational and financial reports (as indicated below), being accountable for the accuracy, timeliness, and quality of these reports.
    10. Assessing needs and opportunities to deploy volunteers, visiting recipient partners, signing MOUs and monitoring for donor reports.
    11. Coordinate closely with the RD and HR, as needed, to support international/national staffing – developing SOWs, recruiting, hiring, training and supervising staff, as needed. Discuss with HR and the RD the legal, financial and operational implications of hiring staff or consultants.
    12. Ensure staff roles and responsibilities are clearly defined via SOWs, an organizational chart to define lines of authority, and weekly organizing meetings. Build a collaborative team, sharing an overview of the HOPE vision, mission and values, along with regular feedback on performance (individual and collective).
    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 Indonesia agency.
    14. Submit a monthly financial report, receiving training to ensure HQ policies and procedures are understood and implemented. Work with the RD to control costs within the approved operating budget with monthly review of actuals.
    15. Submit weekly updates on activities (1-2 pages), highlighting meetings with local counterparts, program updates, challenges, opportunities and next steps.
    16. Submit a final report of activities, documenting all contacts made, perceived challenges and opportunities, as well as recommended strategic directions in Indonesia long term.
    17. Participate in international Indonesia update calls (as scheduled) to provide status reports from the field in defined areas.
    18. Investigate and report back to HQ other health related themes where PH may contribute to capacity building in country.
    19. Other related activities as requested, under the overall direction of the SEA RD.

    REQUIREMENTS:

    1. Minimum of 10 years’ experience with public health background or NGO experience in Public Health required, preferably working in Indonesia.
    2. Experience of working/supporting MoH in Indonesia desirable.
    3. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required.
    4. Proficiency in English and local language required.
    5. Program experience in public health program assessment and design preferred.
    6. Strong writing and analytical skills.
    7. Strong planning and facilitation skills
    8. Strong partnership, networking and advocacy skills
    9. Strong organizational, problem-solving, and decision-making skills
    10. Attention to detail and ability to multi-task effectively.
    11. Able to represent the institution to national and international stakeholders.
    12. Ability to be based in Indonesia, traveling in-country for contract period.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:
    The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    • Physical Demands: While perform the duties of this job, the employee must be mobile in a disaster environment, able to network to ensure access to 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:

    Apply online at https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=277


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Colombia
    Closing date: 19 Oct 2018

    The Health Technical Lead will be a core member of Project HOPE’s team in Colombia, working to address the health needs of the rapidly growing migrant and refugee populations from Venezuela, as well as those of the host communities in northern Colombia.

    PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

    -Manage and support Project HOPE’s medical volunteers, ensuring appropriate placements in health facilities and a supportive working and living environment.

    -Liaise with hospital, regional and national health authorities, reporting out on Project HOPE’s activities and responding to ongoing needs.

    -Engage with local civil society actors and community members to assess health needs and design sustainable interventions to minimize the impact of displacement and burden on the health care infrastructure and ensure protection of affected populations

    -Ensure compliance with national and internationally recognized standards of care and health care programming in emergencies.

    -Establish monitoring and evaluation systems to allow for quality control and transparent reporting on program effectiveness.

    -Work with Project HOPE’s Gift-in-Kind team to identify and meet needs for pharmaceuticals and medical supplies.

    -Represent Project HOPE in coordination and bilateral meetings.


    How to apply:

    Apply online @ https://projecthope.csod.com/ats/careersite/jobdetails.aspx?site=2&c=projecthope&id=412


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    Organization: Project HOPE
    Country: Indonesia
    Closing date: 14 Dec 2018

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    • Coordinate administrative activities for activities of the office, at the direction of the Team Lead;
    • Maintain office supply inventory, reorder supplies on a regular basis and coordinate with local vendors;
    • Pay invoices and track the use of controlled and petty cash;
    • Maintain office file system;
    • Arrange meetings and other duties as assigned by Team Lead;

    SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS:

    • Receive and take action upon country office correspondence when necessary;
    • Prepare and relay program related correspondence to local and international institutions as necessary;
    • Maintain program related documentation files in a well-organized system to provide help for the efficient management of programs;
    • Maintain personal files in a well-organized system and coordinate with the employment and insurance institutions;
    • Prepare mailing of monthly financial reports and regular correspondence to Yayasan Project Hope country office;
    • Provide support to short-term consultants and other Yayasan Project HOPE personnel and volunteers performing work in Central Sulawesi
    • Assist with the maintenance of an up to date inventory of Yayasan Project HOPE’s equipment and vehicles;
    • Prepare wire transfer requests and coordinate the payments in a timely manner;
    • Collect and organize receipts in order to prepare petty cash and financial report in Excel and work on the Excel preparation for Quick Books report;
    • Prepare Quick Books report and submit it to the TL for revision and to the HQ after;
    • Administrate vacation days, compensation time, sick leave and other human resources related issues under guidance of Finance Manager;
    • Assist with budget preparation and projection based on experience on actual expense

    How to apply:

    Contact Email: IMahayani@projecthope.org


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