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GH SENIOR COMMUNICATIONS ADVISOR
WASHINGTON, DC

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has contracted through CAMRIS International partnered with IAP World Services Inc. (IAPWS), to recruit and hire qualified individuals for a GH Senior Communications Advisor, Bureau of Global Health, United States Agency for International Development. BACKGROUND: The Bureau for Global Health (GH) is the U.S. Agency for International Development's (USAID's) (the "Agency") center of excellence and focal point in providing worldwide leadership and technical expertise in the areas of child and maternal health and nutrition, HIV/AIDS, infectious diseases, population, family planning and related reproductive health, and health systems. As such, the Bureau aligns resources with identified public health and development needs, and influences the global health priorities of the U.S. private sector, U.S.-based foundations, other donor organizations, host country governments, and host country civil society organizations. It also serves as the primary source of technical expertise and intellectual capital to the Agency and other U.S. foreign affairs agencies. The Bureau is the Agency repository for state-of-the-art thinking in biomedical, social science, and operations research and works to produce technical advances and innovations that can be disseminated and replicated at USAID Missions throughout the world. This position is in the Office of the Assistant Administrator (AA/GH) who serves as the principal advisor to the Agency and the Administrator on broad technical and operational matters relating to the mandate of the Bureau. The AA/GH directs and supervises the Bureau, approving projects and programs and allocating resources among the Offices. The Office has ultimate responsibility for the quality of the Bureau's programs and the capacity of its workforce. It provides leadership on the design, implementation, review, coordination, and evaluation of global health initiatives, programs, and activities. It also ensures that the activities of the Bureau complement and support the broader goals of the Agency and are in compliance with legislation and Agency rules and regulations. The Senior Communications Advisor will serve as a key external relations liaison within USAID's Bureau for Global Health. Within USAID, the Senior Advisor will work closely with the Assistant Administrator's Office for the Bureau for Global Health, communications officers assigned to the technical offices in the Bureau for Global Health, and staff in the Bureau for Legislative and Public Affairs. The Senior Advisor will be responsible for maintaining positive relationships and high-touch communication with key allies in the global health community (NGOs, think-tanks, advocacy organizations, universities, etc.). These groups should be viewed as powerful force multipliers that have the ability to amplify the message that US foreign assistance in health is making a positive impact. This position requires a strong knowledge of, and working relationship within the global health community. The Advisor will regularly monitor activities and dialogue within the community to advise on opportunities for USAID leadership to shape the conversation. In his/her capacity, the incumbent will also serve as the principal advisor on public engagements and messaging for the Deputy Assistant Administrator (DAA/GH). The Agency promotes a new business model to deliver its dual objectives of achieving significant health improvements and creating an effective, efficient and country-led platform for the sustainable delivery of essential health care and public health programs. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Strategy and Message Development: Clear, strategic, and messaging focus on GH's two priority goals - Ending Preventable Child & Maternal Deaths (EPCMD) and an AIDS-Free Generation. In line with priorities, develop messaging and talking points for engagements that shape the public voice for our GH front office principals based on a sound understanding of the audience and USAID GH priorities. Develop clear messaging and channels for different stakeholders - advocates, civil society, congress, technical audiences, private sector, implementing partners, etc. Execution: Work with Bureau communicators and technical offices to develop and package information based on an understanding of information the community needs and where we want them to focus. Develop and execute messaging for the Bureau for Global Health. Work with individuals within USAID and other U.S. government agencies to develop internal and external messages key priorities. Ensure consistency of message in all communications products. Ensure each channel and group of stakeholders is approached regularly, with the right messaging, and with appropriate clarity of deliverables. Identify, set up, staff external speaking/ engagement opportunities for USAID health leadership (Assistant Administrator, Deputy Assistant Administrator), and technical experts with development policy community; universities, schools of public health and Foreign Service; grass-roots groups and service organizations. Organize special events to reinforce USAID's technical and implementation leadership role in global health. CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSE, PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OR OTHER EXPERTISE REQUIRED. The contractor must have: Degree (Master's preferred) in Marketing, Advertising or related-field. This candidate needs to have a strong strategic communications background - at least 10-15 years - either professional or academic or both with significant experience in the health sector, preferably global health. The incumbent should have some understanding of GH stakeholders and partners - both implementers and USG, etc. Also, incumbent should have press outreach and media relations experience. Demonstrated ability to organize, prioritize, and manage multiple tasks and work well under the pressure of deadlines. Ability to research a diverse array of health related topics and distill the key messages in preparation for presentations. Ability to work cooperatively and strategically in a team environment with GH and Agency leadership, technical and administrative staff. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills. US Citizen able to obtain a Secret Security Clearance. This is an opportunity for employment or a contract, but we reserve the right to make no selection or award. TO APPLY: CAMRIS International and IAP World Services Inc. offer competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits. Please submit your resume online at https://careers-camris.icims.com. Application Deadline: Open until filled. CAMRIS and IAP are Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.

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SENIOR DIRECTOR OPERATIONS
TANZANIA

The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine Inc. (HJF) is seeking a Senior Operations Manager in Tanzania to support the Country Director with strategic leadership and management of the organization and to oversee the Operations and Administration, Contracts and Grants, Human Resource and Finance Departments. HJF provides scientific, technical and programmatic support services. He/She will be responsible for the day-to-day administration of a large and diverse program. The program is expected to expand, thereby recruiting additional staff, increasing the total number of staff to around two hundred. The incumbent will be expected to manage the operational needs to the growing program. Responsibilities: 1. In collaboration with the Country Director develop strong partnerships with Ministry of Health and Civil Society partners and stakeholders. 2. Maintain a strong and wide network with key partners and stakeholders as well regular communication with the USG/DOD/WRAIR team in Tanzania. 3. Work with the Country Director to develop strategies to problem-solve programmatic and operational challenges to promote successful programmatic implementation. 4. Ensure programmatic and operational compliance with grant rules and regulations, HJF policies as well as US and Tanzanian Laws. 5. Direct the development of country budgets in line with program plans and operational guidance. 6. With relevant country office staff monitor internal budget reports, prepare forecasts, conduct expenditure analysis. 7. Oversee the development and execution of sub-agreement and contracts. 8. Oversee the administration of Human Resource functions including development and implementation of HR policies, hiring, performance management and disciplinary actions. 9. Oversee and provide guidance for relevant staff for procurement procedures, administrative, logistical, transport, security, and risk management functions for the country office and 5 satellite offices. 10. Provide support to Program leadership in day-to-day administrative activities and operations. 11. The incumbent will be responsible for assessing current and future administrative staffing and training needs, recommending proposals to insure adequate staffing levels and staff training. 12. Ensure United States and Tanzanian Governments policies and regulations are followed. 13. Review current staffing levels with regard to appropriateness to support program activities, evaluate competitiveness in employment packages, and provide support to staff recruitment efforts. 14. Directs, coordinates, and conducts personnel actions and furnishes guidance and assistance as needed. 15. Oversee execution of agreements, contracts and legal issues with the assistance of MHRP HQ and HJF HQ staff as deemed necessary. 16. Provide oversight and accountability where appropriate for program financial, procurement, and contracting activities particularly supporting HJF MRI requirements. 17. Provides collaborative assistance to other program personnel and research scientists that require the incumbent's expertise. 18. Maintains a safe work environment with appropriate training of other personnel. 19. Supports a productive team environment. 20. Completes other projects as needed. REQUIREMENTS: 1. Demonstrated ability in leadership and management of a complex and multi-stakeholder organization. 2. Administrative program management experience in international settings. 3. Strong fiscal oversight and monitoring experience including advanced experience in managing program budgets according to USG guidelines and regulations. 4. Expert in managing procurement, finance, contracting, and administrative policies. 5. Demonstrated experience in successfully managing a project of similar size and complexity and proven capacity of supervising a multi-disciplinary team, including Directors and senior managers, technical experts and support staff. 6. Excellent interpersonal skills, including flexibility, diplomacy, intercultural communicative competence and respect for colleagues. 7. An ability to communicate effectively to include excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills. 8. Ability to independently troubleshoot administrative tasks and challenges. 9. Worked as a leader and part of a team in a remote setting. 10. Advanced proficiency in English and computer literacy. Knowledge of Swahili language is an advantage. 11. Experience living in a rural African context highly desired. Education/ Requirements: Master's Degree in Business Administration, Health Administration Financial Management or Public Administration with professional accounting qualifications. Maximum Experience: Minimum of twelve years of comparable senior work experience, preferably at Director level that includes administration and operations management, human resource management, contract management, procurement, logistics and financial management with a minimum of seven years or more in an international setting preferably in Sub-Saharan Africa. Physical Capabilities: Incumbent will be expected to relocate to Tanzania and travel to Bethesda, Maryland (USA) on occasion as necessary to perform job duties. Supervisory Responsibilities/ Controls: Incumbent will work under the direct supervision of the HJFMRI Country Director as well as the MHRP Directors having oversight of the Program. Work Environment: May require working evenings and weekends. TO APPLY: Please apply on-line at http://www.hjf.org/careers/ click "Advanced Search" and enter job number 209375 in the Job Opening ID box. OR fax your resume to 240- 694-3151. Please specify title and job number on fax. Any qualifications to be considered as equivalent, in lieu of stated minimums, require the prior approval of the Vice President of Human Resources. HJF is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status or other status protected by law.

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CHIEF OF PARTY
BENTIU, SUDAN

CARE is seeking a talented Chief of Party who will provide overall vision, leadership, and guidance of the project internally, with project staff, and externally with HPF/Crown Agent Staff, host governments, other donors, and stakeholders. Employee Duration: Active Full-Time; Type of Post: Unaccompanied; Funding: Approved. The COP shall have principal responsibility for overall project management and technical operations to ensure that project tasks are completed and that project objectives are successfully met. S/he will lead the team and serve as the primary point of contact with the donor in South Sudan regarding implementation of activities and management matters relating to the agreement. S/he will have overall responsibility for assuring that all assistance provided under the agreement, whether by international or local experts/ personnel, is technically sound and appropriate for the needs to be addressed; and for adequately managing and supervising the work of all experts/ personnel. S/he will be the primary point of contact for information on the progress and current status of all activities under the agreement and will establish appropriate mechanisms to ensure that activity progress and specific implementation concerns are regularly and promptly reported. Finally, s/he will manage the preparation and presentation of all proposed implementation plans and reports. Primary Responsibilities: Program Management; Supervise and build capacity of project staff; Liaise with donor; Do other duties as assigned. REQUIRES: MPH or advanced degree in International health development. At least 7 years of experience working in community development/ health field in humanitarian setting. Ability to meet multiple deadlines under pressure. Minimum 3 years in senior management position. Proven capacity to effectively manage and mentor staff with various levels of skills and experience. Ability to collaborate with people and organizations of diverse background. Good knowledge of Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response (IDSR), Mental Health Information System (MHIS) operating system. Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Experience in monitoring and reporting on health grant activities. Experience in designing, managing and implementing emergency programs. Demonstrated skills in leadership and management in a complex international setting. Solid experience in staff supervision and development. Experience in managing health grants. TO APPLY: apply online at http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH05/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=CAREUSA&cws=1&rid=2 388. Our diversity is our strength; we encourage people from all backgrounds and experiences, particularly women, to apply.

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TECHNICAL ADVISOR I: PROGRAM ADVISOR FOR STRATEGIC ENGAGEMENT
WASHINGTON, DC

The Global Health Fellows Program is seeking a Technical Advisor I: Program Advisor for Strategic Engagement (GHFP II-P3-129) in Washington, DC. Assignment: Two year fellowship. The Global Health Fellows Program (GHFP-II) is a five year cooperative agreement implemented and managed by the Public Health Institute in partnership with Global Health Corps, GlobeMed, Management Systems International and PYXERA Global. GHFP-II is supported by the US Agency for International Development (USAID). GHFP-II's goal is to improve the effectiveness of USAID health programs by addressing the Agency's immediate and emerging human capacity needs. The program seeks to accomplish this goal first through the recruitment, placement and support of diverse health professionals at the junior, mid and senior levels. These program participants include fellows, interns, corporate volunteers and Foreign Service National professionals. The program then provides substantial performance management and career development support to participants, including annual working planning assistance, and ensures that professional development opportunities are available. Looking to the future, GHFP-II also seeks to establish a pool of highly-qualified global health professionals that will ensure the Agency's ongoing technical leadership and effectiveness. This objective is supported by an extensive outreach program that brings global health opportunities and specialized career advice to a diverse range of interested individuals, with a particular focus on those underrepresented in the field of global health. BACKGROUND: The Commodities Security and Logistics Division (CSL) is one of four divisions within the Office of Population and Reproductive Health (PRH) in the Bureau for Global Health (GH). CSL supports access to voluntary family planning (FP) by ensuring the long-term availability of a wide range of quality FP and reproductive health (RH) commodities through public and private sectors. The current global momentum for FP under initiatives such as Family Planning 2020, Ending Preventable Child and Maternal Deaths (EPCMD), Aids Free Generation (AFG) and others, has resulted in a complex space of RH stakeholders and increased opportunities to engage and leverage additional resources in support of FP. INTRODUCTION: The Program Advisor for Strategic Engagement (Advisor) will support CSL to better strategically engage with key FP stakeholders and to identify local and regional procurement solutions for FP commodities in support of USAID Forward and other Agency initiatives. S/he will serve as a member of the Central Contraceptive Procurement (CCP) Project team, providing technical guidance to USAID field programs and partners in the procurement of FP commodities. The Advisor will support CCP's strategic engagement efforts with key global and regional procurers of FP commodities, industry and across GH. The Advisor will receive day to day guidance from the Division Chief, CSL. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Advisor will be responsible for: A. Strengthening CSL's supplier relationship management (SRM) program and engaging with industry to reduce risk to USAID's global supply operations and support an expanding base of potential quality, affordable suppliers: Formalizing and documenting CCP's SRM program, with a focus on process and value-added to USAID. Working closely with the procurement and quality assurance contractors to engage with current suppliers in building collaborative relationships with key suppliers to minimize risk. Keeping abreast of private sector best practices in SRM and working to continuously improve CCP's SRM program. Coordinating and participating in relevant industry meetings related to FP commodities. Exploring and documenting how other USAID and United States Government groups/ teams engage and partner with industry. B. Collaborating with global and regional procurers of FP commodities to maintain visibility of supply operations and priorities and coordinate supply to PRH priority countries: Initiating CCP's strategic engagement efforts, including outlining and implementing a comprehensive, strategic engagement plan for CCP that documents new and existing partnerships, initiatives, working groups, etc. and provides recommendations for on- going engagement with specific stakeholders. Participating in monthly exceptions management meetings for FP commodities through the Coordinated Assistance for Reproductive Health Supplies Group and coordinating USAID's response to reported issues. Identifying and implementing on-going strategies to engage with and maintain visibility of supply operations of other procurers to mitigate and reduce the risk of gaps in supply to USAID PRH priority countries. Informing CCP's efforts to proactively identify local and regional procurement solutions for FP commodities in support of USAID Forward and other Agency initiatives. C. Working with the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT Task Order 5 (TO5) and providing support to USAID field programs: In collaboration with the CCP Team, providing tailored technical support and assistance to a subset of USAID field programs and partners in areas related to the supply chain management for FP commodities. Collaborating with the CCP Team to provide strategic recommendations of the TO5 Supply Operations Team to make functional improvements to USAID's global supply operations and ensure responsiveness to USAID program needs (e.g. order processing and fulfillment). Collaborating with the Procurement Team in providing strategic recommendations on issues relating to USAID's FP product portfolio and priorities for engagement with industry. Participating in GH country team activities as the family planning point of contact and engaging in relevant USAID global initiatives and internal/external working groups as needed. D. Functioning as a key member in providing technical assistance to the CCP Team and CSL Division: Participating in all relevant CSL, CCP, and TO5 technical and managerial meetings. In collaboration with the Procurement Team collecting and compiling relevant logistics and other data on the status of FP commodities in select countries for use in responding to requests from USAID senior management, technical staff, cooperating agencies, Missions, donors, etc. Preparing and delivering presentations, reference materials and reports on work in specific technical areas and/or current areas of strategic engagement as relevant to USAID strategic FP and global health priorities. International travel approximately 10%. Training and professional development: Keeping abreast of literature and latest developments in the fields of FP/RH commodity procurement and supply chain operations. Deeping knowledge of FP commodity security and strategic engagement with FP stakeholders on supply operations. Participating in interagency and intra-agency working groups as appropriate to SOW. Participating in professional continuing education and skills training within the purview of GHFP-II. REQUIRED SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE & EXPERIENCE: Master's degree in public health, business, or related discipline. 0-7 years' experience professional experience working in public health, international health and procurement, with or without experience in an international or resource challenged setting. Experience with procurement or supply chain required; and applied in health preferred. Demonstrated ability to collaborate effectively. Strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated flexibility and openness in responding to changing work priorities and environment. Ability to travel internationally. Experience working in a developing country setting preferred. Fluency in English and preferably one or more international languages. US Citizenship or US Permanent residency required. SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salary based on commensurate experience and earnings history. The Public Health Institute offers a comprehensive benefits package including professional development programs. TO APPLY: All applicants are required to apply for this position through GHFP-II's online recruitment system at https://www.ghfp.net/recruitment/, which allows you to store your CV, profile and bio data form in our database. A separate cover letter describing your qualifications and experience, interest and familiarity with issues relating to this position, and how this position relates to your career goals is required for each application. All online applications must be submitted by September 5, 2014 by 5:00 pm Eastern time. We are proud to be an EEO/AA Employer.

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MEDICAL OFFICER
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND

The World Health Organization seeks a Medical Officer (P-5) in Geneva. In consultation with the GHP Team Leader, develop and oversee plans for the dissemination, adaptation and implementation of key normative guidance on hepatitis screening, care and treatment, including HIV-hepatitis co-infection, and providing guidance for the incorporation of this guidance into national hepatitis plans, in collaboration with the WHO Regional and Country Offices. REQUIRES: An advanced university degree (Master's level or above) in medicine. A minimum of 10 years of relevant experience in provision of clinical services or management of infectious disease programmes or other public-health disease-control programmes. Of those 10 years, at least 5 years of experience in infectious-diseases clinical services in resource- limited settings. Experience in public health related research with a proven track record of publications in peer reviewed journals. Please visit WHO's e-Recruitment website at: www.who.int/employment. Reference the Appropriate Vacancy No. Closing date: 9/15/14. Vacancy no: HQ/14/HQ/FT412

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HEALTH SENIOR ASSOCIATE, SCL/SPH
WASHINGTON, DC

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is currently looking for a Health Senior Associate to join the Social Protection and Health (SPH) Division ascribed to the Social Sector (SCL) Department under the Vice-Presidency for Sectors and Knowledge (VPS). Guided by the Chief of SPH, the Specialist will contribute to both the SPH operational and economic and sector work program in the LAC Region. Key responsibilities: Participate in the origination, conceptualization and preparation of loans and technical cooperation operations in the health area in coordination with other team members and respective authorities. Participate and provide technical input in the preparation, submission, processing and negotiation of operational and non-operational documents for approval by various levels of management and the Bank's Board of Directors in accordance with established procedures. Assist, in coordination with all relevant parties (executing agencies, fiduciary specialists, among others), the supervision of the execution and the monitoring and evaluation of operations for which the Bank has approved financing. Assist in the development of economic and/or sector analytic work to support the preparation of country, sector and regional strategies and country dialogue, loan operations and technical assistance programs in the health area. Contribute to sharing and disseminating relevant technical knowledge and innovations as key part of IDB's engagement with borrowing countries and the region. Engage in policy dialogue with Government authorities and development partners based on solid knowledge of the sector, identification and analysis of needs, and IDB policies, strategies and guidelines. Provide input to prepare business plans and budgets for the accomplishment of SCL/SPH work program, and to reporting on progress to internal and external stakeholders. In the country of assignment, maintain the IDB Representative and Chief of Operations abreast of all of the projects under direct supervision and provide knowledge on country-specific health issues. Establish and maintain effective relations with key sector stakeholders, both public as well as private, to promote coordination and cooperation initiatives. REQUIRES: Master in public health/ health administration/ health economics/ public administration or other related disciplines. A minimum of 3 years of relevant professional experience. Preference will be given to candidates with demonstrated expert leadership and proven experience in the design, supervision and evaluation of health programs as well as in the development of economic and sector work. Language: Proficiency in Spanish and knowledge of another Bank's official language (English, Portuguese or French) is required. TO APPLY: Applications can be submitted at: https://iadbcareers.taleo.net/careersection/external/jobdetail.ftl?job=1400004400. The IDB is committed to diversity and inclusion and to providing equal opportunities in employment. We embrace diversity on the basis of gender, age, education, national origin, ethnic origin, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion, and HIV/AIDs status. We encourage women, Afro-descendants and persons of indigenous origins to apply.

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PROJECT DIRECTOR
GOMBE, NIGERIA

Pact is seeking a Project Director in Gombe. The Project Director will work in coordination with Pact staff to establish working relationships with state MOH, state Ministry of Local Government as well as Primary Health care development agencies, select LGAs and local health organizations. The Project Director will ensure that project activities proceed in a timely and successful manner and will ensure good financial management and compliance of all aspects of the project. The Project Director will also monitor security, carry out regular risk analyses and mitigate identified risks. The Project Director will work closely with the Country Director and other senior-level program staff to carry out duties and responsibilities. The job holder will ensure high quality program delivery and the cost-effective use of Pact Nigeria resources. Minimum QUALIFICATIONS: Master's degree in Public Health, Development Studies, International Development or other closely related field. 10 or more years of work experience with NGOs in all or most of the fields of MNCH, system strengthening and livelihoods. Experience should include development of strategies, guidelines and approaches; market assessments, conducting surveys; facilitating training, field program design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. Extensive knowledge of and management experience in livelihood programming (design, development, implementation, evaluation). Prior experience in Nigeria preferred. Fluency in English required, and a local Nigerian language preferred. Knowledge of all aspects of community-based programming with a special focus on livelihood in Nigeria. Proven skills in building organizational capacity and grants management. TO APPLY: This position is open to local Nigerian hires only. Interested and qualified candidates should submit their resume/CV and cover letter on their suitability to: pactnghr@pactworld.org. All CV's/resume/applications MUST be in either word format or PDF. Applicants MUST indicate the position applied for on the SUBJECT of the mail. Note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Requisition Number: 14-0081.

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LOCAL EVALUATION CONSULTANT
ETHIOPIA

International Business & Technical Consultants, Inc. (IBTCI), a U.S. based international development consulting company established in 1987, has worked in over one hundred countries and has implemented over two hundred projects. IBTCI has served governments, private sector companies and several donor agencies in the practice area of Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) across many sectors including education, health, economic growth and democracy & governance. We pride ourselves on the quality of our work. Respect and integrity are the basis of our core values. PROJECT SUMMARY: IBTCI is currently seeking two (2) local evaluation consultants for a Performance Evaluation of the USAID Supported community based Prevention of Mother to Child HIV Transmission (PMTCT) Project in Ethiopia. The community based PMTCT program has been implemented in Addis Ababa and 4 regional states including Amara, Tigray, SNNPR and Oromia. The purpose of the performance evaluation is to determine the effectiveness of the CPMTCT program with specific objectives: (1) To build the capacity of regional, zonal and woreda level health bureaus to support and manage community based PMTCT. (2) Assess the contribution of the community based PMTCT program to avail integrated MNCH/PMTCT services. (3) Investigate the contribution of the community based PMTCT program impact increasing demand for PMTCT services. (4) Analyze data, findings and project documents to describe what worked best as Community based PMTCT practice and what did not, and draws lessons learned. The period of performance for this Evaluation is approximately from September - December 2014. Minimum QUALIFICATIONS include: At least 5 years of experience in managing and evaluating HIV/AIDS related programs in Ethiopia; Experience designing both qualitative and quantitative evaluation methodologies; Experience performing data collection and analysis; Knowledge of Ethiopia's healthcare system and structures (Federal Ministry of Health, Regional Health Bureaus, Regional HIV/AIDS offices, etc.); Experience and understanding about the issue of gender disparity in health and problems surrounding Ethiopian women to access healthcare services; Experience in PMTCT/MNCH. Specific tasks include: Develop/ edit data collection tools; Perform data collection; Manage and analyze and code data as needed; Make presentations about the evaluation and represent the evaluation team; Other duties as required by the team leader. TO APPLY: Please send an updated CV to recruiting@ibtci.com with the subject line "Local Evaluation Expert - USAID/Ethiopia". No phone calls please. Only final candidates will be contacted. IBTCI is an equal opportunity employer.

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TEAM LEADER
ETHIOPIA

International Business & Technical Consultants, Inc. (IBTCI), a U.S. based international development consulting company established in 1987, has worked in over one hundred countries and has implemented over two hundred projects. IBTCI has served governments, private sector companies and several donor agencies in the practice area of Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) across many sectors including education, health, economic growth and democracy & governance. We pride ourselves on the quality of our work. Respect and integrity are the basis of our core values. PROJECT SUMMARY: IBTCI is currently seeking a Team Leader for a Performance Evaluation of the USAID Supported community based Prevention of Mother to Child HIV Transmission, (PMTCT) Project in Ethiopia. The community based PMTCT program has been implemented in Addis Ababa and 4 regional states including Amara, Tigray, SNNPR and Oromia. The purpose of the performance evaluation is to determine the effectiveness of the CPMTCT program with specific objectives: (1) To build the capacity of regional, zonal and woreda level health bureaus to support and manage community based PMTCT. (2) Assess the contribution of the community based PMTCT program to avail integrated MNCH/PMTCT services. (3) Investigate the contribution of the community based PMTCT program impact increasing demand for PMTCT services. (4) Analyze data, findings and project documents to describe what worked best as Community based PMTCT practice and what did not, and draws lessons learned. The period of performance for this Evaluation is approximately from September - December 2014. Minimum QUALIFICATIONS include: Must have a postgraduate degree in public health; At least 10 years of practical experience in evaluation focused on public health programs or health policy; Experience in performance evaluation/ impact evaluation of programs focused on Prevention of Mother to Child HIV Transmission; Must have led at least two (2) HIV/AIDS or PMTCT performance evaluations in sub-Saharan Africa; Experience in planning and management of public health and development programs; Experience in qualitative and quantitative data collection methodology and data management; Excellent skills in team members management and problem-solving skills; Excellent command of English language, both speaking and writing. TO APPLY: Please send an updated CV to recruiting@ibtci.com with the subject line "Team Leader - USAID/Ethiopia". No phone calls please. Only final candidates will be contacted. IBTCI is an equal opportunity employer.

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DIRECTOR, FAMILY, GENDER AND LIFE COURSE
WASHINGTON, DC

The Family, Gender and Life Course (FGL) Department of the Pan American Health Organization promotes, coordinates and implements technical cooperation at the regional, sub regional and country levels, enabling countries to pursue evidence-based strategies in order to reduce health risks, morbidity and mortality along the life course and promotes health and development creating the mechanisms to measure the impact of those strategies. PAHO is searching for a Director, Family, Gender and Life Course. The incumbent is responsible for coordinating and managing the Organization's program of work for Family, Gender and Life Course with the participation of other Organizational Departments, Country Offices and other partners. REQUIRES: The successful candidate will have: A Medical Degree (MD) and a master's degree in public health (with a focus on maternal child health or life course or gender), epidemiology or related discipline from a recognized university. Fifteen years of combined national and international experience in progressively challenging managerial positions in family, gender and life course programs, including the development and evaluation of policies and programs for public health, including the application of epidemiological methods to disease surveillance and public health program planning and evaluation. Very good knowledge of English and Spanish. Salary range: US$ 143,649.22 - US$ 155,410.20, net of income taxes. PAHO/WHO's compensation package includes dependency benefits, pension plan, health insurance scheme, and 30 days annual leave. Benefits for internationally recruited staff may include travel and removal expenses on appointment and separation, assignment grant, rental subsidy, and home leave. Qualified candidates are invited to complete a personal history form on line at www.paho.org (Welcome/Employment/International Recruitment-Professional Category), Vacancy Number PAHO/14/FT417 by 29 August 2014. TO APPLY, Please Visit: https://erecruit.who.int/public/hrd-cl-vac- view.asp?o_c=1000&jobinfo_uid_c=29697&vaclng=en

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SENIOR HEALTH ADVISOR
WASHINGTON, DC

The Global Health Fellows Program II is seeking a Technical Advisor III: Senior Health Advisor (GHFP-II-P3-111) in Washington, DC. Assignment: Two year fellowship. The Global Health Fellows Program (GHFP-II) is a five year cooperative agreement implemented and managed by the Public Health Institute in partnership with Global Health Corps, GlobeMed, Management Systems International and PYXERA Global. GHFP-II is supported by the US Agency for International Development (USAID). GHFP-II's goal is to improve the effectiveness of USAID health programs by addressing the Agency's immediate and emerging human capacity needs. The program seeks to accomplish this goal first through the recruitment, placement and support of diverse health professionals at the junior, mid and senior levels. These program participants include fellows, interns, corporate volunteers and Foreign Service National professionals. The program then provides substantial performance management and career development support to participants, including annual working planning assistance, and ensures that professional development opportunities are available. Looking to the future, GHFP-II also seeks to establish a pool of highly-qualified global health professionals that will ensure the Agency's ongoing technical leadership and effectiveness. This objective is supported by an extensive outreach program that brings global health opportunities and specialized career advice to a diverse range of interested individuals, with a particular focus on those underrepresented in the field of global health. BACKGROUND: The Office of Sustainable Development (SD) in the Bureau for Africa (AFR) provides: strategic guidance and intellectual leadership to AFR; conducts economic, social and political analyses critical to the development of AFR policies, strategies, budgets and activities; manages and/or coordinates three Presidential and two Agency Initiatives; and provides technical services to AFR's field missions. In carrying out these functions, SD serves as the Bureau's principal liaison with African and international partners, US Government (USG) sister agencies, the private sector, universities, and the Private Voluntary Organization (PVO)/Non- governmental Organization (NGO) community. AFR/SD's Health Division has an annual budget of approximately $15 million, which includes the management of activities that support African capacity development and improving the quality, availability and access to health services for Africa's most vulnerable populations. The Division works across all health sectors, including maternal and child health (MCH), reproductive health, health systems strengthening (HSS), and infectious diseases such as malaria, tuberculosis, and HIV/AIDS. The Health Division works in close collaboration with other USAID Pillar Bureaus, including the Bureau for Global Health (GH) and the Bureau for Democracy, Conflict and Humanitarian Assistance, in activities such as coordinating strategic and technical support to USAID missions, program reviews and assessments, and staff development. It also works closely with African and donor partners such as the World Health Organization's Africa Regional Office, the World Bank and UNICEF. One of the presidential initiatives that AFR supports is the President's Malaria Initiative (PMI) managed out of the Global Health Bureau. PMI was launched in June 2005 as a 5-year, $1.2 billion initiative to: a) rapidly scale up malaria prevention and treatment interventions and; b) reduce malaria related mortality by 50% in 15 high-burden countries in sub-Saharan Africa. With passage of the 2008 Lantos- Hyde Act, funding for PMI was extended and, as part of the GHI, the goal of PMI was adjusted to reduce malaria related mortality by 70% in the original 15 countries by the end of 2015. INTRODUCTION: The Senior Health Advisor (Senior Advisor) will be based in the Health Division of AFR/SD and will serve as a principal member of the core team supporting PMI in USAID and the PMI inter-agency working group. S/he will also provide strategic guidance and technical leadership to the AFR, missions and PMI staff assigned to AFR. The Senior Advisor will also contribute to strategic guidance and technical leadership to the broader health portfolio of AFR, including managing relevant activities and helping to integrate maternal and child survival, malaria and other infectious disease programs. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The primary responsibilities of the Senior Health Advisor include: A. In coordination with the other AFR Health Team members, serving as a PMI Health Team liaison with GH and other USG counterparts: Providing technical leadership and support to one or more PMI country programs, supporting implementation of evidence-based malaria prevention and control interventions. Participating on one or more PMI interagency technical working groups to advance global and PMI malaria technical policy and guidance. Collaborating closely with colleagues from the GH and other USG agencies on malaria issues fundamentally important to the African context, including participating in high-level strategic policy meetings. Assessing country-specific malaria data, activities and plans, and collaborating with the Ministry of Health and other partner organizations to design national strategies that reach a high percentage of the most vulnerable populations with effective and comprehensive interventions ensuring rapid implementation of large scale interventions in PMI designated countries. Monitoring program initiatives throughout the region, their relationship to sectoral development constraints, and advising field missions and USAID/Washington on courses of action. Participating and supporting country and regional project/ program assessments and evaluations, including malaria operational planning visits. Directing field missions and grantee organizations in the application of Bureau priorities and strategies and providing them with assistance, guidance, and literature. Consulting with internal and external organizations on "best-practices" within malaria and MCH interventions and participating in the development of strategies, plans, and program guidance. B. Serving as a technical point of contact for malaria and MCH in the Africa Bureau: In conjunction with other AFR Health Team members, including two Malaria Advisors and two MCH Advisors, providing technical oversight and strategic guidance to the malaria and MCH portfolio in the Africa Bureau. Maintaining current knowledge of policy, frameworks, research and news on malaria and MCH in Africa. Reviewing and analyzing regional and country data, in collaboration with various analytic units and developing strategies for translating data into actionable interventions. Participating in consultations and working groups with colleagues from across USAID and the USG on new malaria and MCH activities, requests and initiatives that impact USAID missions in Africa. Engaging with technical and senior staff within USAID, including Mission Directors, Health and Human Services, other agencies in the USG, WHO, UNICEF, World Bank and other UN agencies and bilateral organizations. Representing AFR interests to senior level and other host government officials and working closely with African regional and sub-regional organizations to promote African leadership, capacity building and improved coordination in Africa. Participating in relevant international meetings and conferences. C. Assisting in strategic planning, communication and reporting within AFR/SD: Contributing to malaria and MCH-related planning and reporting requirements. Developing briefers and/or other communication materials to describe activities and results of USAID's malaria and MCH programs related to HSS, gender equality and community based interventions. Assisting in the development and presentation of African mission portfolio reviews for senior management. Assisting in formulating responses to congressional inquiries or requests. Providing other support to the AFR Health Team as needed. D. Providing support to USAID's missions in Africa and strengthening and maintaining the country support system: Serving as AFR Team Lead on GH Country Teams for a sub-set of African countries. Along with the AFR's regional offices, serving as a resource person for the health programs of assigned countries within AFR. Assisting USAID Missions through the provision of technical and policy guidance, consulting on and reviewing strategies, program designs, operational plans, and reporting documents related to AFR priorities, including malaria and MCH health technical issues. International travel approximately 25%. Training and Professional Development: Keeping abreast of literature and latest developments in malaria and MCH programming. Deepening knowledge of malaria and MCH interventions, policies and programming. Participating in interagency and intra-agency working groups as appropriate to SOW. Participating in professional continuing education and skills training within the purview of GHFP-II. REQUIRED SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE: Master's degree in Public Health, health sciences or related discipline. Minimum ten (10) years' experience in design, implementation and evaluation of international health, especially malaria and MCH programs, with at least 3-5 years' experience in an international or resource challenged setting. Experience in conducting analysis and evaluation of technical and programmatic aspects of proposals and programs. Field-based experience, especially in the context of working with communities. Broad knowledge of African countries and specific knowledge of their relationship to US policy guidelines, including perspective on their historical relationship in the health sciences with the United States. Understanding of programs and organizational aspects of major international donors, multilateral agencies, and NGOs/PVOs supporting the social sector, with a focus that includes malaria or other infectious diseases. Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a team, including cross-cultural teams. Demonstrated ability to work in a dynamic environment. Demonstrated ability to work independently, exercise sound professional judgment to problem solve, and to make strategic decisions. Experience with USAID programming, budgeting, and evaluation functions and procedures, both in USAID/Washington and in USAID Missions, is preferred. Excellent analytical, written and oral communication skills. Ability to travel domestically and internationally. Ability to speak French and/or Portuguese preferred. US Citizenship or US Permanent Residency required. SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salary will be based on commensurate experience and earnings history. The Public Health Institute offers a comprehensive benefits package including professional development programs. TO APPLY: All applicants are required to apply for this position through GHFP's online recruitment system at https://www.ghfp.net/recruitment/, which allows you to store your CV, profile and bio data form in our database. A separate cover letter describing your qualifications and experience, interest and familiarity with issues relating to this position, and how this position relates to your career goals is required for each application. All applications must be submitted by 5:00 pm Eastern Time on August 21, 2014. Applicants who applied previously have been given consideration and need not re-apply. We are proud to be an EEO/AA Employer.

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RESULTS AND MEASUREMENT (R&M) TECHNICAL ADVISOR
KIEV, UKRAINE

Pact, Inc. seeks a Results and Measurement (R&M) Technical Advisor for the USAID RESPOND project aimed at improving HIV/AIDS services among key populations in Ukraine. The RESPOND project provides technical assistance and capacity development support to Ukrainian organizations implementing HIV/AIDS activities, with a focus on HIV prevention among key populations. The Advisor should demonstrate strong technical knowledge and working experience in designing and implementing monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems, developing implementation studies for HIV programs, and collecting and interpreting strategic information in concentrated HIV epidemics. S/he must have a firm command of the M&E issues with respect to improvements in HIV/AIDS service programs and have supervised monitoring efforts of health programs. Successful applicant will be responsible for the quality of the design and delivery of RESPOND's M&E activities and ensure compliance with all donor, corporate, and project-specific policies. RESPONSIBILITIES: Lead the design, development and review of program monitoring and evaluation plans (PMEP) at Pact and partner levels as needed. Liaise with USAID staff to execute and update the PMEP. Provide expert support to RESPOND program staff as related to M&E design, planning, implementation, the use and visualization of strategic information. Represent the project at the National M&E technical working group and other relevant expert groups. Lead the development and implementation of project M&E procedures and tools, and coordinate specific M&E technical training. Build and support strong M&E data collection and analysis systems to ensure that program interventions are effective and replicable. Oversee data collection, collation, storage, analysis and reporting to ensure data quality. Coordinate regular data quality assessment within RESPOND and among partner organizations. Where problems exist, support the solutions to challenges faced. Ensure Pact corporate R&M standards are followed. Develop and support RESPOND database and its integration with Pact corporate R&M systems. Review and contribute to regular program reports prepared by program staff for USAID. Ensure the collected data are used to make informed and timely decisions related to program implementation. Contribute to program management through ongoing integration of M&E findings into program activities. QUALIFICATIONS: Required Education and Experience Requirements: Master's degree (or related equivalent degree) in social sciences or relevant discipline. 7-10 years progressive experience in designing and implementing M&E activities and implementation studies for complex health programs, particularly in concentrated HIV/AIDS epidemics, or in the East European and Central Asian countries. Management experience to lead RESPOND's R&M team. Proficiency in English is required. Other Qualifications: Experience with evaluation and research design, data collection and analysis, GIS, databases, and training curriculum development. Command of M&E issues with respect to improvements in HIV/AIDS service programs. Experience with PEPFAR reporting requirements. Strong analytical skills to measure and demonstrate the impact of RESPOND activities. Strong communication, writing and organizational skills for monitoring and effective reporting. Experience with evaluation and impact reporting to donors and to project managers demonstrating both analytical rigor and practicality. Ability to work independently, take initiative and manage a variety of activities concurrently. A strong team player with excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a high profile, fast-paced environment. Demonstrated ability to transfer knowledge through training and mentoring. Demonstrated skills in working with multinational groups and fostering collaborative relationships across multiple organizations. Preference for candidates with Russian or Ukrainian language skills. Experience working on a USAID-funded or other donor project pertaining to technical and organization capacity development. Experience working in the East European/ Central Asian region preferred. For more information, please see the RESPOND project website: www.respond.org.ua. TO APPLY: for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number: 14-0082. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. We are also an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.

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E2A PROJECT DIRECTOR
WASHINGTON, DC

Pathfinder International is seeking an E2A Project Director in Washington, DC. Pathfinder International is a global leader in sexual and reproductive health. We place reproductive health care at the center of all that we do - believing that it is not only a fundamental human right, but is critical for expanding life opportunities for women, families, communities, and nations, and paving the way for transformations in environmental stewardship, decreases in population pressures, and innovations in poverty reduction. Pathfinder provides women, men, and adolescents with a range of quality health services - from contraception and maternal care to HIV prevention and AIDS care and treatment. Pathfinder strives to strengthen access to family planning, ensure availability of safe abortion services and post-abortion care, advocate for sound reproductive health policies, and, through all of our work, improve the rights and lives of the people we serve. Program Overview: Evidence to Action for Strengthened Family Planning and Reproductive Health Services for Women and Girls (E2A) is USAID's global flagship project for strengthening quality FP/RH service delivery. The project is designed to reduce unmet need by scaling-up proven best practices (BPs) to ensure that women and girls receive - and use - quality services through all stages of the reproductive life cycle. By promoting healthy FP/RH behaviors, gender-equality, and compelling evidence for FP use, E2A will directly support the principles of the USG Global Health Initiative (GHI). This five-year project is led by Pathfinder International in partnership with the African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC), IntraHealth International, Management Sciences for Health (MSH), Partners in Expanding Health Quality and Access/ ExpandNet, and PATH. Position Purpose: The Project Director has overall responsibility for leading and managing the project to achieve its intended impact in strengthening quality FP/RH service delivery (facility and community based) and globally increasing family planning use. S/he provides strategic leadership and managerial oversight of the administrative, programmatic, technical, and operational aspects of the project. The Project Director oversees the day-to-day work and is responsible for the effective use and deployment of staff and financial resources to achieve project targets. S/he is accountable for all aspects of the project's effective management, including financial and budgetary oversight, timely implementation of activities, and stakeholder relationship management. The Project Director prominently positions the project as a leader in the field of FP/RH and as a successful partner in the development and cost effective implementation of USAID funded programs. S/he is responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with USAID, Government agencies, and other RH/FP programs operating globally. Key Responsibilities: Provide strategic direction of project activities. Develop and update the project strategic plan, ensuring that programmatic directions are technically sound, evidence-based and consistent with international priorities. Ensure that project performance objectives and mandated deliverables such as technical activities, annual work plans and programmatic/ financial/ technical reports are carried out in a timely fashion and meet the highest quality standards. Provide leadership and direction to monitoring and evaluation strategies, frameworks, plans and indicators to capture project performance and results. Lead a periodic implementation review process to monitor progress and to identify specific actions that may be needed to achieve expected results. In collaboration with project staff, establish and maintain the ongoing administrative and financial operations of project offices, ensuring compliance with Pathfinder International's policy and USAID contract provisions. Ensure that appropriate security guidelines and procedures are established, maintained, updated regularly and adhered to by the staff in all project offices. Employ appropriate management procedures to ensure that all resources are in place, adhered to, and in compliance with donor rules and regulations. Work with Pathfinder International Headquarters to develop policies and procedures that improve efficiency and quality. Select, hire, and supervise staff and subcontractors; assign roles and responsibilities, manage performance. Develop, monitor and revise budget pipeline and conduct monthly reviews to ensure accountability of all project activities as well as the accurate and timely reporting of finance deliverables. Manage funds and approve expenditures in accordance with Pathfinder International and USAID procedures, cost principles, and regulations. In coordination with Pathfinder International Contracts Officer, contract with and manage local individuals/ organizations for identified tasks according to USAID and Pathfinder International procedures. Negotiate consultancy agreements and develop capacity of local partners in mandated program areas. Partner successfully with Pathfinder International's Vice President of Programs and Headquarters financial, technical, and operations backstop officers by providing accurate and timely reporting and updates on the project progress and difficulties. Cultivate and strengthen positive, productive relationships with USAID, partners, Ministry of Health and other governmental agencies ensuring that Pathfinder International is consistently viewed as an effective implementing partner in meeting and achieving project targets. Manage and coordinate activities of subcontractors and partners to create synergy and ensure that project responsibilities are carried out in accordance with donor regulations. Document project achievements for communications materials such as the annual reports, brochures, and website updates. Assist Development teams in planning for and developing proposal submissions for field support. Represent E2A and Pathfinder in relevant interagency working groups and international conferences. Perform other tasks to ensure effective implementation of the project as required. Basic REQUIREMENTS: At least 10 years of experience in designing and implementing health service delivery strengthening projects, with five of these years spent managing large, complex family planning projects while living in developing countries. A Master's Degree or higher in public health, social sciences, health systems, nursing administration, management, or a related advanced degree. Demonstrated international credibility as a leader in health and health service delivery strengthening in developing countries. Demonstrated experience in successfully fulfilling performance objectives, including the timely implementation and reporting of donor-funded program activities. Significant operations and financial management experience in developing countries. Proven experience in designing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating development and intervention activities, preferably with USAID, WHO, or other donor organizations working in the health sector. Direct senior staff supervision experience required. In-depth knowledge of public and/or private health systems, decentralization of services, and the latest professional developments in FP/RH. Demonstrated management skills working with complex programs involving short deadlines, multiple tasks, intense pressure to perform, and coordination with multiple partners. Thorough understanding of and ability to analyze finanical documents, projections, expenditures and accruals. Excellent diplomatic, interpersonal and communication (written and verbal) skills. Demonstrated capabilities in institutional capacity building, and high-level strategic visioning and leadership. Proven ability to create and maintain effective working relations with senior Government personnel, international organizations, NGO partners, host country governments, and U. S. Government Agencies. Demonstrated ability to manage, motivate, mentor and direct all levels of staff while creating a positive team environment. Familiarity with community- based approaches for service delivery and procedures in the implementation of donor assisted projects. Excellent knowledge of the political, social, economic, and cultural context of working globally and thorough understanding of applicable US Government regulations and administrative procedures. Strong presentation skills including the ability to present results and products to USAID and other key stakeholders such as the Ministry of Health. Expert computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Must be fluent in English. Position requires up to 25% travel depending upon program needs. Preferred QUALIFICATIONS: Experience in FP integration with MNCH, nutrition and HIV/AIDS is highly desirable. Experience managing USAID funded activities preferred. Proficiency in a second language is desirable. Please Note: This is a two year position that is funded through September 2016. TO APPLY: To be considered for this position, please apply online at: http://www.pathfinder.org/about- us/careers/employment-opportunities/. Pathfinder International is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

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ADVISOR, HEALTH SYSTEMS AND SERVICES
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