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EPIDEMIOLOGIST, INFLUENZA SURVEILLANCE & RESPONSE
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK

The World Health Organization seeks an Epidemiologist (Influenza Surveillance and Response) (P-4) in Copenhagen. Duties: Contributes to overall communicable disease prevention and control strategies established at both regional and national levels by providing high level expertise towards assisting national and state level governmental authorities in the development and implementation of strategic plans and guidelines for surveillance and response to seasonal, avian and pandemic influenza, as part of the implementation of the Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework. REQUIRES: Advanced university degree in medicine or related field, or in an area relevant to the field of communicable diseases epidemiology. Post-graduate degree or training in epidemiology (EPIET or similar). At least 7 years' experience in the field of communicable diseases surveillance and response of which at least 2 are in the area of respiratory infections. Closing date: 7/10/15. Please visit WHO's e-Recruitment website at: www.who.int/employment. Reference the Vacancy no: EURO/15/FT309.

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SENIOR MANAGER, RESULTS
ARLINGTON, VA

Management Sciences for Health has posted an opening for a Senior Manager, Results, who supports the RM Director in the accomplishment of the MSH strategic roadmap goal of save lives and improve health, by working with technical centers, corporate offices, countries and projects across MSH. REQUIRES: A postgraduate education in a field of study closely related to the assigned responsibilities is required. A minimum of 8 years of related experience is required. 10 years of progressively responsible experience is preferred. Experience in international public health highly preferred. For more information and to apply please go online to www.msh.org/careers/index.cfm. Vacancy no: 13-8290.

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SCIENTIST I
DURHAM, NC

FHI 360 is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Scientist. Description: Responsible for conceptualizing, initiating, directing, and executing scientific research and/or development strategies in research studies and product development projects. Investigates the feasibility of applying a wide variety of scientific principles, methods, and concepts to studies, problems, and projects. Makes major contributions to scientific literature and conferences. Acts as spokesperson on corporate research studies and scientific projects and advises executive management. Interfaces with various departments and serves as an internal consultant. REQUIRES: Doctorate Degree or its International Equivalent in Medicine or a related field. 5+ years obstetrics/ gynecology postgraduate training and with scientific disciplines developing strategies in research studies and scientific projects. 2+ years of experience in clinical research (may be during fellowship training). Knowledge of clinical pharmacology desirable. Experience in drug development desirable. Comprehensive knowledge of theories, concepts and practices used in analysis of clinical research studies, preferably clinical trials. Demonstrated technical skills, scientific creativity, collaboration with others and independent thought. Ability to work in a team environment with others, including internal staff, clinical research sites, and other external research partners. Familiarity with analysis of quantitative data. Excellent quantitative/qualitative and analytical skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to analyze and interpret data, identify errors and provide correction action. Ability to anticipate potential study issues and to prepare contingency plans with minimal oversight. Ability to analyze data, identify errors and provide corrective action. Articulate, professional and able to communicate in a clear, positive manner with clients and staff. Must be able to read, write, and speak fluent English. Prior work experience in a non-governmental organization (NGO) or in work-related academic, governmental, or industry setting. Travel requirements: 10-15%. We offer competitive compensation and an outstanding benefit package. Please visit FHI 360's Career Center for a list of all open positions. FHI 360 is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. FHI 360 is committed to providing equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, age, disability or status as a veteran with respect to policies, programs, or activities. TO APPLY: visit https://jobs- fhi360.icims.com/jobs/15842/scientist-i/job

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SENIOR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
WASHINGTON, DC

FHI 360 is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Senior Business Development Officer. Responsibilities: Work on multiple projects simultaneously, independently and meet deadlines without compromising quality. Provide detailed and strategic analysis of solicitations, instructions and other proposal-related information. Take the lead in working with technical teams to identify partners, negotiate roles, and establish teaming agreements. Lead and coordinate proposal teams by overseeing the proposal process, assisting with writing, editing and ensuring that quality, competitive proposals are submitted in response to solicitations and unsolicited opportunities from sponsors. Coordinate and support the capture management process, including bidding partner discussions and teaming agreements. Provide management and coordination of proposal teams, comprised of FHI 360 staff and bidding partner organizations. Prepare proposal outlines, requirements/proposal evaluation overview, submission checklists, proposal calendar, partner trackers, and other trackers as needed. Establish and assure compliance with timelines for the proposal preparation process and submission. Organize and monitor writing assignments; assist with writing, editing and proofreading proposals as needed. Develop and utilize tools, templates and work processes that result in streamlined and efficient proposal teamwork. Oversee the collection of all required proposal forms, materials, etc. as stipulated in the funders' requests for proposals (solicited and unsolicited concept papers/LOIs, full proposals, etc.). QUALIFICATIONS: BS/BA in public health, international affairs/ development or other area of human development and 5+ years of relevant experience in proposal development, program design, project management, and other related work; or Master's degree in public health, international affairs/ development or other area of human development and 3+ years of experience in proposal development, program design, project management and other related work. Familiarity with international and domestic funders across health and human development sectors, including but not limited to USAID, CDC, World Bank, DFID, UN agencies, MCC, and private foundations and corporations funding health and human development activities. Project management experience with human development initiatives (international or domestic). Possess strong interpersonal and communications skills with sensitivity to cultural diversity and understanding of the political and ethical issues addressed by FHI 360. Knowledge of Non-governmental Organization (NGO) business development process activities required. Possesses excellent written and oral communication skills. Good leadership ability. Demonstrates strong analytical, organizational and problem-solving abilities and the ability to prioritize tasks. Read, write and speak English. Fluent in the host country language required. We offer competitive compensation and an outstanding benefit package. Please visit FHI 360's Career Center for a list of all open positions. TO APPLY: visit https://jobs-fhi360.icims.com/jobs/15866/senior-business-development- officer/job. FHI 360 is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. FHI 360 is committed to providing equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, age, disability or status as a veteran with respect to policies, programs, or activities.

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WASH TECHNICAL ADVISOR
JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN

PSI seeks qualified, dynamic candidates for the consultancy of WASH Technical Advisor for a USAID funded health program in South Sudan. Under this project, the Technical Advisor will be responsible for planning, supervising, and implementing the WASH strategy. The current portfolio is comprised of various interventions addressing diarrheal disease prevention, such as behavior change communications program on point-of-use (POU) water treatment products, including social marketing of Waterguard chlorine tables and PUR chlorine-based powder, proper hand washing practices and sanitation marketing. The WASH Technical Advisor will work closely with USAID- funded primary contractors: JHPIEGO, Proctor and Gamble (P&G), UNICEF, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Water Resources & Irrigation (MWRI), WHO, and a wide array of local and international NGOs. SCOPE OF WORK: The Advisor's responsibilities include representing PSI in a complex political context, fund-raising, and strategic planning and overall management of the programs. This consultancy is based in Juba, South Sudan, with 40-50% field travel. As this is a multi-partner project, this consultancy will be seconded to the lead partner and reporting to the project's Technical Director. TO APPLY: Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/crkp6qp

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ACTWATCH RESEARCH ASSOCIATE CONSULTANT
NAIROBI, KENYA

ACTwatch is PSI's multi-country research project designed to provide relevant, high quality evidence to inform and monitor malaria control policies and programs. The project is currently implemented in 12 countries through funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, DFID, and UNITAID. Under the leadership of the Project Director, the ACTwatch team is comprised of a Deputy Director, a Principal Investigator, Research Managers, Research Associates, and a Data Manager. A central team of Research Associates work with PSI Country Program Coordinators (based in PSI country platforms) to collect and analyze quantitative survey data using standardized methods and tools. ACTwatch seeks a qualified candidate to fill the position of Research Associate. The consultant will report to the Research Manager that is based in Nairobi, Kenya and will be assigned to Madagascar (two months in country) to implement, analyze and disseminate the ACTwatch outlet survey. TO APPLY: apply online at http://www.psi.org. Population Services International is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to gender identity, race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, or disability status. PI90787165. Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/6ffp4vx

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CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT ADVISOR
PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI

Pact is seeking a Capacity Development Advisor in Haiti (Local Candidates Preferred). Pact, a US-based International Non-Governmental Organization (INGO) works in close partnership with key government institutions, civil society organizations (CSOs) and communities. Globally, Pact has provided major assistance to civil society organizations and nascent community-based groups to strengthen the organizational and technical capacities to implement programming in multiple sectors. PROGRAM/DEPARTMENT SUMMARY: In June 2014, the U.S. Agency for International Development awarded FHI 360 the Linkages across the Continuum of HIV Services for Key Populations Affected by HIV Project (LINKAGES), a five-year cooperative agreement funded by the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief. Pact, along with IntraHealth International and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, are partnering with FHI 360, to conduct a range of activities to reduce HIV transmission among key populations, including female sex workers, and to improve their enrollment and retention in HIV care and treatment. Pact will support the LINKAGES project to strengthen the technical and organizational capacity of CSOs and will provide capacity development support through provision of direct technical assistance as well as through South to South learning. GENERAL POSITION SUMMARY: Reporting to the Regional Director, the Capacity Development Advisor, will be responsible for the implementation, coordination and administration of the capacity development activities under Pact for the LINKAGES project in Haiti. The position is based in Port-au-Prince, with travel to other project sites in multiple departments of Haiti. S/he will manage and be responsible for ensuring effective high quality implementation of capacity development interventions for national CSOs as well as supporting the high quality implementation of peer education and peer navigation services for female sex workers (FSW) and men who have sex with men (MSM). This position will be based at the FHI 360/LINKAGES office in Port-au-Prince and involves strong coordination of multiple sites and staff, including coordination with the LINKAGES management team, as well as Pact staff, to develop, modify and monitor programming elements. The Capacity Development Advisor will be responsible for representing Pact and liaising with the LINKAGES team, Haitian Government officials, NGOs, and communities in Pact's areas of operation. The Capacity Development Advisor will have day-to-day responsibility for implementation, ensuring adherence to timelines, budget management and achievement of objectives. Project oversight will include but is not limited to: managing daily project activities to ensure the project accomplishes its deliverables with high impact, logistics and operations, budget approval, supervision of all staff in the area of responsibility; monitoring, reporting, and evaluation activities. The Capacity Development Advisor must be a dynamic individual with strong interpersonal and managerial skills, and a commitment to capacity development of CSOs and ensuring female sex workers (FSW) and men who have sex with men (MSM) are able to access HIV-related services. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Program Development and Delivery: Actively participate in the project development and delivery to ensure a dynamic context specific capacity development project to enable the growth and strengthening of civil society led by or serving FSW and MSM. Ensure capacity development activities appropriately integrated within LINKAGES technical activities, particularly peer education and outreach, mobile HIV testing and counseling and other service delivery. Regularly coordinate with relevant LINKAGES and Pact staff to ensure smooth planning, preparation, implementation and joint monitoring and evaluation of project activities and achievements towards project goals. Managing Relationships with CSOs: Provide quality oversight to LINKAGES project grantees to ensure that these relationships are not merely project implementation, but focus on capacity development and ensure that LINKAGES project grantees leave the relationship stronger than they entered. Coordinate with all relevant project staff and global capacity development advisors to ensure all direct and grantee implemented capacity building interventions are technically sound, of sufficient quality, are correctly implemented and targets met. Coordinate with the Project team to ensure continued strengthening of local partners' organizational and technical capacity, effective community mobilization and identification of local civil society organizations (formal and informal). Management: Oversee project budget within the area of responsibly and work in close collaboration with grants and finance team ensuring accuracy and budget compliance. Ensure effective finance, local contracts and asset management. Monitor project spending on a monthly basis - ensuring that the Project spends within budget at all times, and report any anomalies in a timely manner. Monitoring and Evaluation: Coordinate effective implementation of monitoring systems with the LINKAGES team and Pact Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) staff. Report on all LINKAGES project activities to the LINKAGES Country Representative and Pact Senior Technical Advisor for LINKAGES on a regular basis. Ensure timely reporting, documentation and organizational learning documents. Internal Coordination: Work with the LINKAGES and Pact staff to maximize impact of capacity development, especially related to LINKAGES project grantees. Coordinate and work closely with the other Pact staff to ensure consistency in approach to working with partners. Coordinate and work with LINKAGES M&E as well as Pact MERL staff to ensure appropriate data collection as well as Project staff and partner data reporting. Coordinate with other Pact programs, especially those working in the same geographic area, to maximize programmatic synergies and sharing of resources. External Coordination: Keep up-to- date with regional developments in HIV/AIDS/capacity development/ civil society strengthening. Review relevant reports, evaluations and other internal and external resources as necessary to improve program design and implementation. Support development of project/ program briefing papers and other publicity materials to communicate the impact of and learning from the delivery of the LINKAGES project. Upon delegation by senior Pact/LINKAGES staff, the Capacity Development Advisor shall represent Pact at program coordination meetings; and be a focal point for project issues. Others: Attend to any other duties assigned. ACCOUNTABILITY: Reports directly to the Pact Regional Director. Works directly with LINKAGES partners in Haiti, including FHI 360, IntraHealth and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC), as well as Pact Capacity Development team members, Grants Officers, Finance Officers, M&E Officers and other relevant Pact staff. Minimum REQUIREMENTS: Proven ability to work sensitively and in a non-judgmental fashion with all key populations under the LINKAGES project. At least 5 years of experience in community-based capacity development projects, including experience in community mobilization and civil society development. At least 3 years of demonstrated technical expertise in the development and implementation of interventions around HIV prevention, care and treatment of key populations, particularly MSM and FSW. Fluency in verbal and written English and French required. Willingness to spend up to 30% of the time traveling to project areas in several departments. Preferred: Proven high level of interest in and knowledge of a combination of the following: key populations, HIV/AIDS, civil society, and organizational development. Proven facilitation, training, and mentorship skills as it relates to working with CSOs. At least 2 years of grant management expertise preferred. Strong understanding of traditional and local authorities, and civil society actors in Haiti and the organizational and political challenges to strengthening their capacity. Experience in working with and coordinating with international and national NGOs and government agencies. Proven program leadership, management, project planning, organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills. Willingness to spend up to 30% of the time traveling to project areas in several departments. Preference will be given to Haitian nationals. Members of key populations are also encouraged to apply. TO APPLY for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number 15-0098. 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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SUPPLY CHAIN / LOGISTICS MANAGER
CAP HAITIEN, HAITI

Meds & Food for kids (MFK) is a NGO that produces and distributes Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food to treat severe acute malnutrition in Haiti's most vulnerable children. The Supply Chain/ Logistics Manager plays a critical role in MFK operations. This position will manage the activities of demand planning, development of master production schedule, monitoring plant operations, purchasing, and inventory management. In addition, this position will work to develop a global sourcing process to leverage capacity, and improve reaction time to market disruptions. The Supply Chain/ Logistics Manager will be required to work from a global perspective in order to develop and analyze the plans and will be required to drive the successful execution. This position will also design and implement any required tools to support the process. Manages the production facility. Interfaces with factory staff to improve operations and address supply chain related issues. Manages short and long-term production planning with a focus on improving service levels, improving plant performance and reducing material inventories. Manages supply planning, raw material purchasing/ coordination, all inventory control functions, receiving functions, and supervision of material handlers. Reviews and adjusts purchasing strategies to optimize inventory levels. Responsible for supplier selection, negotiations and supplier performance. Manages the development and implementation of systems and procedures in order to control and reduce inventories of raw materials, packaging, finished goods, & Work in Progress WIP. The Supply Chain/ Logistics Manager must be prepared to mentor, document, and transmit essential knowledge and experience to local staff and partners. While the Cap- Haitien area is relatively quiet and peaceful, it is still underdeveloped. This experience is not for the faint of heart. It will challenge the Manager in all regards: emotionally, socially, professionally, and more. The manager position is challenging, but it is also rewarding. The Manager will be vital, indispensable member of the MFK team in its quest to make life-saving RUTF available to all those who need it. Ex patriots live with other permanent and temporary MFK staff in an apartment complex in a secure area in Cap-Haitien. TO APPLY: Send CV and Cover letter to lplummer@mfkhaiti.org

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GLOBAL FUND MALARIA ADVISOR
WASHINGTON, DC

PSI is looking for Global Fund Malaria Advisor. The Malaria and Child Survival Department at PSI is looking for a Global Fund Malaria Advisor to develop, support, and monitor the malaria prevention portfolio in the public sector. PSI and its local affiliates manage malaria control programs in 32 countries and are world leaders in the distribution of Insecticide Treated Nets (ITNs) for malaria prevention. Since 1996 PSI and its affiliates have worked in partnership with National malaria control programs around the world to procure over 250 million Long-Lasting Insecticide Nets (LLINs). In 2014, PSI distributed 37 million LLINs alone. Almost a quarter of the LLINS delivered globally that year through a combination of free delivery via campaigns, routine delivery through public sector facilities or in the private sector. In addition to prevent, PSI is supporting Ministries of health to harness the power of the private sector to increase access to affordable, quality assured diagnosis and treatment of malaria. We're looking for someone with about five plus years' experience to marry their technical expertise of malaria epidemiology, treatment, and prevention with their experience working with the Global Fund. In doing so, we're looking to inject new energy in the malaria partnership landscape. The Global Fund Malaria Advisor will: Act as a focal point for PSI's malaria prevention and treatment activities funded by the Global Fund. Provide support to PSI platforms, participating in Global fund country proposal development for the NFM. Provide technical support to PSI country offices managing existing malaria prevention, diagnosis and treatment in the public sector. Monitor progress and performance of the programmatic aspects of PSI GF malaria grants. Work closely with the Malaria Marketing advisor to support countries to develop detail and comprehensive landscape assessments and holistic program design. Liaise with the PSI Global fund team and the Global fund malaria department. Proactively engage with international partners, including WHO, RBM, SRNs, VCWG and AMP to improve coordination at national and international levels. Compile and disseminate lessons learned from PSI programs to international partners through a range of media, including tool kits and publications, to facilitate rapid transfer of best practices. Represent PSI at international meetings in order to learn and share best practices. REQUIRES: Relevant post-graduate degree (MPH, MSc, PhD, etc.). 5+ years' work experience in a developing country in a technical or management capacity. Sound technical knowledge of malaria epidemiology, treatment and prevention. Experience in conducting LLIN distribution through both campaign and routine mechanisms. Experience with the global fund. Knowledge of the malaria partnership landscape. Familiarity with the global fund. Demonstrated proposal development experience. Strong writing and presentation skills. Fluency in written and spoken English. Fluency in French preferred. TO APPLY: For full job description, visit this link: http://www.psi.org/about/careers/all- positions/?nl=1&jvi=oDCc1fwc%2CJob&jvs=International_Jobs_Center

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PROGRAM MANAGER II-BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
ABUJA, NIGERIA

Catholic Relief Services is seeking a Program Manager II-Business Development in Abuja. Position Type: Full-Time; Band: D; FLSA: Exempt; Reports To: Country Representative. Catholic Relief Services carries out the commitment of the Bishops of the United States to assist the poor and vulnerable overseas. Our Catholic identity is at the heart of our mission and operations. We welcome as a part of our staff and as partners people of all faiths and secular traditions who share our values and our commitment to serving those in need. BACKGROUND: Catholic Relief Services came to Nigeria in 1960 to provide humanitarian assistance in collaboration with the Catholic Church. Along with many other NGOs, CRS was forced to leave the country in 1970 during the Biafran War. In the late 1990s, CRS implemented outreach projects in Nigeria through the Catholic Church, and in 1999, CRS opened an office in Nigeria, primarily to support peace and justice efforts. In 2001, CRS launched a response to HIV and AIDS in four dioceses of Nigeria. The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief greatly expanded the size of the country program work in 2004. CRS Nigeria has since been expanding its portfolio across sector and geographic areas. Nigeria was identified as a priority country within CRS for business development, based on the many opportunities and the great need with over 100 million people surviving on less than $1.25 per day. JOB SUMMARY: The Business Development Manager will lead the charge for pursuing current and future opportunities for all donors, including USAID, Global Fund, US based foundations and corporate organizations; private US-based donors; as well as non-traditional UN, national organizations and other European donors, with an emphasis on competitive mechanisms. They will lead the process of creating strategic resource acquisition plans, identifying and responding to funding opportunities, and overseeing the donor cultivation cycle. This will include monitoring the evolution of donor regulations, funding mechanisms, and application requirements to ensure the compliance and responsiveness of CRS proposals. As a member of the agency's broader business development community of practice, they will also provide staff with information and informal training to improve their skills in proposal development, representation to donor and partner organizations, donor and partner intelligence-gathering, and marketing of CRS' capacities to enhance our competitiveness. PRIMARY FUNCTION: The Business Development Manager is responsible for identifying and developing new funding relations; researching appropriate future funding opportunities; serving as lead writer as appropriate and proposal development coordinator; identifying and incorporating best practices from CRS and other programs into proposals; developing and maintaining strategic alliances and/or coalitions with other organizations as they pertain to proposal development processes; and building and maintaining relationships with potential, current, and past donors. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: Pre-positioning: Stay abreast of trends in new business development and share those within the Nigeria and CWA teams. Lead CRS in Nigeria on all aspects of the business development cycle. Consult with the CR and HoP closely to prepare a comprehensive plan and budget for growth strategy that draws on resource persons from the CP, partners, the HQ Resource Acquisition Department and Foundations and Corporate Engagement Unit, Major Gift officers as well as other relevant senior regional representatives. Work with appropriate staff to maintain data on past performance and corporate capacity for both publicly- and privately-funded awards, in order to provide timely information for proposal submission. Monitor regulatory revisions, proposal guidelines, and application requirements for priority donors together with HQ staff to ensure that new proposals adhere to them. Identify programming ideas and areas of technical excellence with which CRS can cultivate donor interest. Support country program to develop appropriate and effective fundraising strategies involving donor research and intelligence, product development, marketing, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. Develop/ cultivate relationships within the framework of cross-sector engagement (CSE) such as private sector, government, and research centers, to expand partnering and consortia-building to increase impact and identify funding opportunities. Act as CRS liaison with Corporations and Foundations unit at HQ keeping them apprised on CRS portfolio, upcoming funding needs, and any contacts made with corporations and foundations. Provide links to broader interagency and donor communities and coordination fora. Develop relationships with USAID, DFID, the UN and other public donor organizations in order to ascertain potential for new funding opportunities. Disseminate information as appropriate. Follow up leads on potential public funding from staff as well as own contacts. Strengthen intelligence and market research to identify potential donors and develop marketing strategy to pursue funding from non-traditional donors (Foundations, Embassies, INGOs, EU, U.N., European, Australian, Canadian and other donor agencies, World Bank etc.). Maintain an up-to-date Intel matrix reflecting donor priorities and upcoming opportunities. Subscribe to and monitor regularly electronic notices for relevant funding opportunities and monitor websites of potential donors for information on priorities, requirements and funding opportunities. Track RFA/Ps as they are published, identify those relevant to CRS programs, determine with CRS Country Representative and Head of Programs when/ whether to respond. Explore opportunities for non-traditional resource acquisition and support the country program to develop new institutional relationships with international non-profit and for-profit organizations and other collaborators in the public funding arena. Develop and implement proactive capture plans for upcoming opportunities. Work closely with Regional Business Development Manager and the CRS Business Development Community through communication and coordination of all national and international funding opportunities and trends, detailed monthly tracking reports, capture planning and other strategies to track and influence donor strategies. Provide the CRS team in Nigeria as well as partner staff with mentoring and training to improve skills in growth/ fundraising and proposal development for external donors. This might include, but is not limited to, facilitation of resource mobilization workshops. Pursuing Opportunities: Lead proposal team to develop and maintain timelines reflecting respective responsibilities of team members and due dates, and hold each person accountable. Support and guide the identification of local and international partners and negotiation of CRS' role on proposal consortia, ensuring a competitive position for CRS that adheres to the agency's partnership principles and strategic directions. Lead and coordinate processes and provide direct technical assistance to staff for timely submission of high quality concept notes and proposals that are responsive to and compliant with donor requirements and with CRS technical application and cost application standards. Write or edit technical narratives, produce budgets, and produce attachments, as required depending on complementary capacities of proposal development team. Provide specific support to proposed management and staffing plans, resource management plans, cost applications, and proposal appendices/ annexes. Provide proposal development information to relevant regional and HQ staff to enable submission and tracking. Identify relevant technical assistance (in-country program staff, partner resources, RTAs, PQSD, and/or consultants) needs to design, write, and package quality proposals as per donor requirements. Leveraging Results: In close collaboration with the Program Units, establish and maintain a process for the program teams to incorporate the lessons learned into proposals. Following each proposal development process, develop a process/ activity that not only captures the success and challenges, but assures that they are incorporated into future programming. Lead the evaluation of fundraising initiatives undertaken by the country program, compile lessons learned, and make recommendations for similar efforts in the future. Work with program staff to develop effective targeted marketing materials including flyers, presentations, banners, etc. Communicate key marketing messages to donors to raise awareness of CRS' key programming areas and the CRS brand. Coordinate regular donor visits with CR, HoP and/or key technical staff. Financial Management and Compliance: Ensure business development budget is managed according to donor requirements. Track budgets through development and processing of budget maintenance and tracking forms. Ensure budget review through monthly budget comparison report reviews, and realign budgets if needed. Ensure cash forecasts are sent quarterly to finance and budgets are uploaded and reviewed quarterly on e-budget. Other: Perform a selection of the above functions for other CRS Country Programs as time permits and the need to respond to funding opportunities arises. AGENCY-WIDE COMPETENCIES (for all CRS Staff): These are rooted in the mission, values, and principles of CRS and used by each staff member to fulfill his or her responsibilities and to achieve the desired results. Serves with Integrity; Models Stewardship; Cultivates Constructive Relationships; Promotes Learning. PROGRAM MANAGER COMPETENCIES: These are rooted in the mission, values, and principles of CRS and used by each program manager to fulfill his or her responsibilities and to achieve the desired results. Sets clear goals and manages toward them. Collaborates effectively with staff and stakeholders. Manages financial resources with integrity. Applies program quality standards to project design and organizational learning. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None. KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS: Internal to CRS: Head of Programs and all program staff, particularly unit managers. Operations staff, particularly Head of Operations and Head of Finance; Regional Technical Advisors, Business Development team, particularly Regional Business Development Specialist. External to CRS: Officials in USAID, and other government organizations; Representatives from for-profit and other non-profit organizations; Representatives of non-traditional public donors including UN, World Bank, and others. QUALIFICATIONS: Master's degree in international development, or related field, or equivalent experience. Experience in developing USAID, USDA, State Department, ECHO, CDC, and UN proposals and familiarity with their policies, procedures, and priorities. Have both contract and cooperative agreement experience. Minimum five years of professional NGO experience, preferably CRS experience, working in a developing country managing US Government funded projects in integrated community development in two or more of the following areas: agriculture livelihoods, health (health systems-strengthening), HIV/AIDS, WASH, and emergency response. Exceptional communication skills and superior writing ability. Demonstrated successful experience in project design with local partners through participatory processes. Strong representation skills. Strong analytical and conceptual skills. Experience with and commitment to working in a team structure. Strong computer skills (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) required, preferably experience with Microsoft Publisher. Demonstrated cost application development skills; extensive experience with proposal budgets and budget notes. Experience with consortium development and competitive partnership building. Experience with staff and partner capacity development. Experience with working in a team structure. Ability to represent the Agency with partners, local government, donor organizations & funding organizations, etc., as needed. Excellent communication and interpersonal and networking skills required. PERSONAL/PROFESSIONAL SKILLS: Experience and proven track record of successful proposal development with USG and other donor agencies. Listening, mediation, and facilitation skills. Sound judgment, assertiveness, and commitment to the Agency's mission. Self-motivated, with the ability to motivate others and coordinate a large amount of activity. Strong organizational and planning skills. Knowledge of CRS program quality standards, partnership principles and Catholic Social Teaching principles is preferred. DISCLAIMER CLAUSE: This job description is not an exhaustive list of the skills, effort, duties, and responsibilities associated with the position. CRS' talent acquisition procedures reflect our commitment to protecting children and vulnerable adults from abuse and exploitation. TO APPLY: apply at https://www5.apply2jobs.com/CRS/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob &RID=2476&CurrentPage=1. EOE/M/F/D/V

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CHIEF OF PARTY (COP), ZIMBABWE
HARARE, ZIMBABWE

Pact seeks a Chief of Party (COP) for an anticipated five-year USAID-funded program that will increase access and quality of care and support services for persons living with HIV/AIDS that are offered through NGO-operated facilities, outreach and at the community level. The COP provides leadership, management, and strategic direction for the entire project. This position is responsible for guiding senior technical staff and for ensuring the responsiveness and quality of work along with efficient use of resources and achievement of results. The COP has the final authority within the project team for decisions related to technical, management, and resource allocation and personnel issues. In carrying out these responsibilities the COP works in partnership with USAID and national and local government agencies and officials, local national and community level organizations, international and local project partners, and project staff. This position is contingent upon funding. Specific Duties and Responsibilities: Provide strategic direction and technical leadership to produce required project results and deliverable, and overall management of the operational, financial, and administrative aspects of the project. Function as the primary liaison between USAID, the Ministry of Health and Child Care, local organizations and other partners and stakeholders. Create management systems in line with Pact's standard operating procedures consistent with the needs of the project and USAID. Work with staff and partners to translate project goals and objectives into implementable strategies and plans. Direct and oversee planning and budgeting processes and preparation of quarterly and annual project activity reports. Monitor the progress and pace of project implementation, assuring that the full potential of the program is realized through the promotion of high quality work and internal cost control. Supervise the work and assesses the performance of all long- and short-term advisors, consultants, and staff. Clarify roles, delegate responsibilities appropriately to senior staff, and clearly communicate expectations for staff contribution to project activities. Maintain productive working relationships with USAID clients, project partners and key counterparts. Remain up to date on good practices and developments in HIV care and treatment in order to ensure program quality and impact. QUALIFICATIONS: Required minimum of ten (10) years of professional experience in leading and managing multi-million dollar international development programs focused on HIV/AIDS. Required Master's level degree in medicine, public health, management, international development or a field of study related to the program scope of work. Experience managing NGO capacity building programs. At least seven (7) years of experience in program management and administration, financial management, award contractual compliance, subaward management, and tracking project performance and costs via specific funding streams. At least five (5) of these years should be in public health programs of similar size and complexity. Strong preference for prior experience as Chief of Party with demonstrated capacity to create and/or maintain systems and procedures for managing programs with multiple implementation sites, partners and beneficiaries. Demonstrated experience supervising, managing and developing staff. Required fluency in English and strong communication skills. Expert computer skills in Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Zimbabwean nationals strongly preferred. In depth knowledge of USAID cooperative agreement rules and regulations. TO APPLY for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number 15-0051. 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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DEPUTY CHIEF OF PARTY, ZIMBABWE HIV CARE AND TREATMENT PROGRAM
HARARE, ZIMBABWE

Pact seeks a Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) for an anticipated five-year USAID-funded program that will increase access and quality of care and support services for persons living with HIV/AIDS that are offered through NGO-operated facilities, outreach and at the community level. The DCOP provides technical and strategic leadership and oversight of all technical and programmatic aspects of the project. S/he collaborates with the COP 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 contributing to Pact's programming in Zimbabwe. This position is contingent upon funding. Specific Duties and Responsibilities: Lead the technical design and implementation of project strategies, create a realistic and donor-responsive timeline, and continuously evaluate project progress towards achieving organizational strategic goals. Be fully conversant on global best practices in HIV care and treatment to develop and adapt for the Zimbabwe setting. Provide technical leadership to project staff and partners in support of project objectives. Collaborate with headquarters and all partners to ensure programming aligns with Pact's organizational mission and vision and that project best practices and lessons learned are shared for organization-wide dissemination. Utilize a participatory approach to developing and updating the project strategic plan, ensuring programmatic directions are technically sound, evidence-based, and consistent with international standards. Oversee technical assistance and capacity building to local partners in support of a sustainable impact. Assist the COP in the successful programmatic and technical implementation of the project including the timely completion of high-quality work plans, accurate reports, and other mandated deliverables. Assist the COP in monitoring project progress vis-a-vis expected objectives, utilizing tools and methods developed by Pact, and ensuring effective usage of resources and compliance with donor requirements. QUALIFICATIONS: Required minimum of seven (7) years of professional experience in leading and implementing multi-million dollar international development programs focused on HIV/AIDS. Required Masters level degree in medicine, public health, management, international development or a field of study related to the program scope of work. Experience managing USAID-funded health programming. Strong management skills, strategic vision, leadership qualities, professional reputation, ability to create synergies where applicable, interpersonal skills, and written and oral presentation skills to fulfill the diverse technical and managerial requirements of the project description. Expert computer skills in Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Comprehensive knowledge of the health context and structural issues in Zimbabwe including socioeconomic, institutional and policy issues that are related to essential services in HIV care and treatment. Zimbabwe national strongly preferred. TO APPLY for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number 15-0052. 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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SENIOR TECHNICAL OFFICER - CARE AND TREATMENT, ZIMBABWE HIV CARE AND TREATMENT PROGRAM
HARARE, ZIMBABWE

Pact seeks a Senior Technical Officer - Care and Treatment for an anticipated five-year USAID-funded program that will increase access and quality of care and support services for persons living with HIV/AIDS that are offered through NGO-operated facilities, outreach and at the community level. The Senior Technical Officer will directly support the Chief of Party (COP) in the design, roll-out and day-to-day management and implementation of care and treatment interventions. This position is contingent upon funding. Specific Duties and Responsibilities: Provide strategic direction and technical leadership to produce required project results and deliverables, and overall management of the operational, financial, and administrative aspects of the project. Function as the primary liaison between USAID, the Ministry of Health and Child Care, local organizations and other partners and stakeholders. Create management systems in line with Pact's standard operating procedures consistent with the needs of the project and USAID. Work with staff and partners to translate project goals and objectives into implementable strategies and plans. Direct and oversee planning and budgeting processes and preparation of quarterly and annual project activity reports. Monitor the progress and pace of project implementation, assuring that the full potential of the program is realized through the promotion of high quality work and internal cost control. Supervise the work and assesses the performance of all long- and short-term advisors, consultants, and staff. Clarify roles, delegate responsibilities appropriately to senior staff, and clearly communicate expectations for staff contribution to project activities. Maintain productive working relationships with USAID clients, project partners and key counterparts. Remain up to date on good practices and developments in HIV care and treatment in order to ensure program quality and impact. QUALIFICATIONS: A Master's degree in Public Health, Social and/or Behavioral Sciences or a related field. Minimum seven years of experience in the Southern Africa region designing and implementing large-scale community-level HIV care and treatment programs involving multiple stakeholders. Four of those years should be in a technical leadership/ management role for a project of similar size and complexity, including experience with direct supervision of professional staff. Demonstrated knowledge of evidence-based and promising HIV care and treatment interventions, best practices in community health interventions and linkage to services, and approaches to addressing gender issues relating to HIV care and treatment. Prior experience in building NGO and community competency and capacity for improving health and use of participatory methodologies for planning and implementing local-level activities. Excellent interpersonal, training, facilitation, team building and problem solving skills. Demonstrated ability to establish and sustain professional relationships and to work collaboratively with host country government counterparts and civil society organizations. Required fluency in English and strong communication skills. Expert computer skills in Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Zimbabwean nationals strongly preferred. TO APPLY for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number 15-0050. 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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MONITORING AND EVALUATION ADVISOR, ZIMBABWE HIV CARE AND TREATMENT PROGRAM
HARARE, ZIMBABWE

Pact seeks a M&E Advisor for an anticipated five-year USAID-funded program that will increase access and quality of care and support services for persons living with HIV/AIDS that are offered through NGO-operated facilities, outreach and at the community level. The M&E Advisor will lead project monitoring, evaluation and research efforts. S/he shall develop monitoring, evaluation and reporting (MER) systems that include appropriate indicators, baseline data, targets and a plan to evaluate performance and produce timely, accurate and complete reporting. Under his/her guidance, the project will utilize monitoring data to maximize program impact. This position is contingent upon funding. Specific Duties and Responsibilities: Develop and oversee the implementation of the project monitoring plan (PMP). Lead the development of relevant M&E tools and platforms, and provide M&E specific technical training, mentoring, and coaching to CSO partners. Provide leadership for all assessments (baseline, midline, endline) and research activities, including developing terms of reference and protocols for any externally commissioned MER work. Develop strong monitoring and evaluation data collection and analysis systems to ensure that program interventions are effective. Strengthen availability and use of high quality data for decision making at all levels of the project. Strengthen Pact and CSO partners' data management and quality improvement systems, ensuring that data is audit worthy and readily available. Where problems exist, support the identification of solutions. Lead and maintain a knowledge management system for the project, across all project components and partners. Contribute to program reports for submission to donor. Support program staff and senior management to use data to make informed and timely decisions related to program implementation. Remain up to date on good practices and developments in M&E of HIV care and treatment in order to ensure program quality and impact. QUALIFICATIONS: Master's Degree or higher in Public Health, Social Sciences, or other relevant discipline. Minimum five years working on monitoring, evaluation and research in the public health and HIV fields with progressively increasing responsibility. Demonstrated expertise in designing and implementing rigorous quantitative and qualitative research, rapid appraisals, and methods for data analysis. Hands-on practical experience setting up and managing MER systems for health programs in developing countries, and the ability to coach and train others in their use. Knowledge of M&E issues and indicator development for HIV prevention and service delivery strengthening related to HIV/AIDS. Familiarity with PEPFAR indicators and reporting requirements. Excellent report writing, analytical and oral presentation skills. Experience in knowledge management and dissemination of research findings. Demonstrated experience supervising, managing and developing staff. Required fluency in English and strong communication skills. Zimbabwean nationals strongly preferred. TO APPLY for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number 15-0049. 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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CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT ADVISOR, ZIMBABWE HIV CARE AND TREATMENT PROGRAM
HARARE, ZIMBABWE

Pact seeks a Capacity Development Advisor for an anticipated five-year USAID-funded program that will increase access and quality of care and support services for persons living with HIV/AIDS that are offered through NGO-operated facilities, outreach and at the community level. The Capacity Development Advisor will be responsible for coordinating training, mentoring and technical support for local partners, NGOs and government institutions. Successful applicants will be responsible for the quality of the design and delivery of the program's capacity development activities and must ensure that such activities are implemented in compliance with all donor, Pact, and project- specific policies. He/she also will be responsible for developing a plan for the identification and dissemination of lessons learned from all NGO and network capacity building activities. This position is contingent upon funding. Specific Duties and Responsibilities: Manage and oversee design, program implementation, and delivery of all technical and organizational capacity building-related activities for partners. Includes responsibility for the design and roll out of all organizational capacity building approaches and tools. Facilitate and conduct capacity assessments and analysis for networks and NGOs and facilitate the development of a programmatic approach to capacity building. Work closely with selected local partners to ensure adequate capacity and systems are built in various areas to improve governance structures, transparent internal control systems, and management of funds and technical abilities. Provide lead technical direction/ technical assistance in activity planning for strengthening the capacity of local organizations to deliver higher quality HIV care and treatment interventions. Participate in program M&E and periodic reporting related to capacity building. Coordinate with appropriate stakeholders in all aspects of project planning, monitoring, and implementation for all capacity building activities. QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum of 7 years of experience in capacity development of CSOs and/or government. Required Masters level degree in public health, management, international development or a field of study related to the program scope of work. Proven expertise in health systems strengthening, grants management, and developing the financial and functional capacity of organizations to improve sustainability and contribute to a vibrant, effective non-governmental sector. Knowledge of a wide range of capacity building techniques: Proficiency with activities, theories, methods and technology in capacity development field. Substantial demonstrated experience in building the capacity of NGOs. Demonstrated flexibility, adaptability and the ability to perform and collaborate under challenging conditions. Strong coordination, communication, teamwork and planning skills, with proven ability to function effectively with multiple host-country counterparts. Strong planning, community mobilization and communication skills required. Required fluency in English and strong communication skills. Expert computer skills in Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Zimbabwean nationals strongly preferred. TO APPLY for this position, please visit our website at www.pactworld.org. Requisition Number 15-0047. 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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SENIOR M&E ADVISOR (PART -TIME)
WASHINGTON, DC

Plan International USA is part of a global organization working with communities in over 50 countries to end the cycle of poverty for children and their families. Our mission promises a better future for children and their communities by equipping them with the skills and knowledge they need to create their own solutions. If you believe that the promise of children far exceeds the poverty they are born into, then don't just hope for a better future, join our dedicated team to create a better future for all. The Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor will be primarily responsible for leading the design and writing of monitoring and evaluation sections for USG and Foundation proposals. This includes the development of performance monitoring plans (PMPs) and, identifying quantitative and qualitative indicators to measure intended results for proposals. He/she will fully participate and contribute to proposal design meetings, lead the writing related to the M&E sections, and incorporate comments into subsequent drafts. This part-time position reports to the Senior Director, Business Development and is based in the Washington, DC office. Principal Responsibilities: Serve as the primary point person and thought leader for Monitoring, and Evaluation for business development and proposals. Ensure M&E procedures and guidelines adhere to USG requirements and the M&E section is compliant with procurements. Lead the design and implementation of proposal monitoring and evaluation sections - proposing how information will be collected, analyzed, and utilized for programs. Provide M&E technical input to the proposal development process in response to priority procurement opportunities from USG, foundations, and other donors. This includes but is not limited to review of procurements; contribution to proposal planning and preparation; development of illustrative MEPs, results frameworks, or log frames, and review of proposal budgets to ensure that M&E activities are adequately funded. Collaborate with the M&E Analyst to help support, as needed, on monitoring and evaluation needs for program design, internal management, and reporting to donors. In collaboration with M&E Analyst, work with practice areas to identify country office M&E capacity needs. Other support to business development as requested. Skills and Competencies: Extensive experience in monitoring and evaluation of USAID and other donor funded programs in the areas of public health and/or basic and secondary education. Experience in business and proposal development, leading or significantly contributing to M&E sections. Proficiency in research design, survey methods, qualitative and quantitative research, case study methods, identification and use of relevant indicators, data collection, management & analysis. Knowledge of statistics and ability to analyze and interpret data and present findings in written and oral form. In-depth knowledge of MS Excel, Power Point, Word, database and statistical analysis programs. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to think critically, and to interpret and distill information for non-specialist audiences. Master's degree in statistics, social sciences or related discipline, required. A minimum of 7 years of experience in monitoring and evaluation of USAID or other donor funded programs in the areas of public health and/or education; prior experience in business development preferred. Annual travel up to 15%. Work Environment: Plan offers a collaborative and engaging work atmosphere with the opportunity to exchange ideas, opinions, and views with a diverse and passionate workforce. Plan seeks to fill this position as quickly as possible. TO APPLY: Interested and qualified applicants should submit a cover letter and resume via our website: www.planusa.org/jobopps. The closing date is July 7, 2015.

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SENIOR MANAGER, RESULTS
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SENIOR HIV/AIDS HEALTH ECONOMIC ADVISOR
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CONSULTANT, M&E INFORMATION SYSTEMS
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RESEARCH ADVISOR, PROGRAMS
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TECHNICAL ADVISOR, NEW BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
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ASSOCIATE - PUBLIC HEALTH
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CONTROL
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SENIOR PRIVATE SECTOR FINANCING ADVISOR
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HONDURAS




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