Job: Tanzania Coordinator

Organization: Montrose
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 13 Nov 2015
MONTROSE is an international development project management and consultancy company providing support to clients operating in the developing world. Specialised in the sectors of health, education, rural livelihoods and private sector development, our clients include bilateral and multilateral development agencies, the private sector, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and other development stakeholders.
Background Montrose has been contracted by DFID to undertake a four year programme entitled USEDATA – ‘Using Extractive Data for Transparency and Accountability’. The programme aims to support governments, civil society and industry to make better use of the rapidly expanding pool of publically available extractive industry data for accountability and improved policy-making.
The programme will launch six multi-faceted data pilots in six countries across Africa and Asia-Pacific. The country data pilots will see the launch of a suite of digital and non-digital extractive industries open data solutions including, user-friendly country dashboards, issue-specific sub-dashboards and a number of offline data solutions.
Montrose is seeking to identify an experienced and suitably qualified Coordinator for the programme’s Tanzania Data Pilot and for broader representation of Montrose as appropriate.
Specific Tasks and Responsibilities:
• Support the identification of key stakeholders in Tanzania
• Develop and maintain linkages with key stakeholders on request from the Regional Director
• Consult with identified stakeholders within civil society, government, and extractive industry on how to source data in-country
• Support the establishment of the National Steering Group (NSG) for the Tanzania data pilot
• Support the collection of in-country data as identified and prioritised by the technical team
• Provide inputs and gather information in-country including key issues, political and environmental considerations and stakeholder issues
• Support the Regional Director on the technical design of the Tanzania data pilot, based on contextual mapping and country requirements
• Support the identification, planning and implementation of the Tanzania data pilot activities
• Compile country-level information for inputs to project reports and other documents
• Support the drafting of inputs for country-level project reporting
• Monitor, evaluate and report on the progress and outputs of the Tanzania data pilot as per the results framework
• Represent Montrose within the country as appropriate
• Any other duties that arise for which engagement is appropriate
Skills and Experience:
• A minimum of five years’ experience in Tanzania related to the extractive industries sector
• Deep contextual knowledge and understanding of Tanzania
• Extensive knowledge and background of Tanzania’s extractive industries sector
• Experience engaging with private, public and civil society sectors in Tanzania and able to move between players, building trust and common goals
• Sufficient understanding of open data
• Track record of working in a team and ability to work remotely
• Extensive experience in research and data collection
• Excellent experience with stakeholder engagement, preferably in Tanzania
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
• Understanding of DFID and other large donors
• Proficient computer skills, in particular Microsoft applications
How to apply:
If you meet the above qualifications and are interested in this opportunity please submit a detailed CV together with a covering letter explaining how you are suited for the position to [email protected] by 13 November 2015.

Job: Head of Programmes, Tanzania

Organization: Railway Children
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 16 Nov 2015
Purpose of the Role
The purpose of this role is to oversee the effective delivery of the Railway Children Africa (RCA) strategy in Tanzania. In so doing the Head of Programmes will ensure that RCA continues to develop effective strategies for supporting children on the streets and that these strategies are made available to a greater number of beneficiaries. You will help ensure that RCA is recognised as the lead agency in the region working on the issue of street connected children.
Key responsibilities:
  1. Responsible for the delivery of high quality and effective programmes that drive impact in line with the Railway Children change agenda.
  2. Manage programmes in line with the RCA strategy and in line with donor commitments, analyse project performance and progress, resolve issues as they arise.
  3. Ensure all project risks are documented and assumptions revisited to ensure risks and mitigating factors reflect the current reality.
  4. Lead and manage Tanzanian based programme staff, ensure all resources are managed in-line with Railway Children Africa policies.
  5. Responsible for fundraising in Tanzania to ensure the continuation and expansion of projects and plans.
  6. Ensure programme results are well documented with robust data systems in place across the programme.
  7. Develop effective communications plans that ensure all internal reporting requirements are met, and externally RCA continues to increase its profile and public reach.
Specific Responsibilities:
Leadership and management
Line manage Tanzanian based RCA programme staff, namely Programme Development Officers and Kivuko Project Manager. Also line manage the RCA Communications Officer and any volunteers recruited in to the RCA team either within Tanzania of from the UK office, as agreed with the East Africa Regional Director.
Develop, manage and oversee RCA implementation plan, including ensuring all staff work plans and monthly progress updates are up to date and incorporated in to the overall planning document.
Conduct annual appraisals and agree annual performance objectives for direct reports, to be monitored during monthly one to one sessions.
Monitor and approve expenditure against agreed work plans within delegated authority limits.
Produce bi-annual programme reports for RCA Board.
Liaison with UK head office, in particular ensuring information required for UK office is provided in a timely manner and of a high quality.
Liaison with donors, both RCA direct and via RC, ensuring all donor requirements are met on time and information is provided is high quality.
Partnership management
Supervise and support project officers to maintain and develop generative, participatory relationships with RC partners and collaborating agencies. Directly developing relationships with partner CEO’s/Directors and Board members where possible.
Ensure all RCA due diligence, partnership agreement and partner review processes are fulfilled, and are executed to a high standard.
Provide an advisory role for RCA Programme Officers in all of their dealings with partners and actively support them in communications with partners where necessary.
Support in the delivery of training for partners based on identified training needs.
Manage RC East Africa programme budget and approve expenditures in coordination with Finance Manager and East Africa Regional Director (EARD).
Actively engage in the Railway Children strategy review process and develop a strategy for 2017 and beyond that enables growth of RCA, through the development of effective quality programmes for children.
Support the development of partnerships that add value to the ability of RCA to deliver its strategy, both in terms of practice development and organizational capacity.
Linkages & Networking
Support networking and linkages with external organizations and technical experts on key programme priorities at local, national and international level
Build a hub of external agencies and individuals useful for key programme priorities and develop good working relationships to be able to draw upon these resources as and when required.
Identify and contribute to external communications opportunities, which may include making presentations at conferences, holding briefings with donors and other stakeholders, participating in networks, and contributing to journals.
Accompany, or make arrangements for, Railway Children Trustees and or other visitors to partner organisations where required.
Maintain and build on working relationships with senior government departments and facilitate linkages with respective local departments both for RC and for our partners.
Strengthen linkages with other national and international agencies
Represent Railway Children in key local, national and regional networks and fora.
Manage activities as requested by your line Manager.
Actively seek out funding opportunities within East Africa and source funds to cover areas of planned activity.
Support UK office with all information needed to submit funding bids to UK based donors.
Ensure all donor reporting requirements are met on time and reports are submitted of a high standard.
Operations management
Formulate annual plans in coordination with EARD and Finance Manager.
Strengthen systems and procedures for working with partners - assessments, planning, monitoring and evaluations, documentation etc.
Assess and make recommendations about potential/new partner organisations and initiatives.
Sharing knowledge and information throughout the organization
Learning and development
Proactively seek to increase learning and knowledge base and work on areas of development emphasized in appraisal as well as reviews.
Key Competencies
  1. Masters degree in a relevant field.
  2. Five or more years of experience in a similar role, ideally in an INGO.
  3. Experience of building strategic networks, resulting in securing new opportunities for the organisation.
  4. Experience of solving complex issues through analysis, definition and a clear way forward, ensuring buy-in from key stakeholders.
  5. Good understanding of key trends in international and humanitarian development.
  6. Experience and knowledge of the context in East Africa and the key actors in the region.
  7. Experience of securing funding from local and International funders.
  8. A fluency (both written and spoken) of English and Kiswahili.
  9. A commitment to Railway Children values.

How to apply:
To apply for this post please send a copy of your CV with a covering letter explaining why you consider yourself suitable for the role by Monday 16th November 2015. You will need to demonstrate in full how your skills and experience meet the requirements of job description. Please also outline your salary expectations.
Please send your application to [email protected]
We anticipate a high demand for this post and regret that only candidates short listed for interview will be contacted.

Kauli ya ZADIA kuhusu na kufutwa matokeo ya Uchaguzi Mkuu Zanzibari 2015

Jumuiya ya Wazanzibari waishio nchini Marekani (ZADIA), imekuwa ikifuatilia kwa karibu na makini zaidi zoezi zima la Uchaguzi Mkuu visiwani Zanzibar na Tanzania kwa ujumla. 

Kwa kiasi kikubwa mchakato wa uchaguzi ulifanyika kwa njia za amani na utulivu. Hata hivyo ZADIA imeshtushwa mno na tamko la Mwenyekiti wa Tume ya Uchaguzi Zanzibar (ZEC) Mh. Jecha Salim Jecha la kutangaza kuufuta Uchaguzi Mkuu Zanzibar na matokeo yake.

Ama kwa hakika kitendo hicho hakikuwa cha busara na kinapelekea kurudisha nyuma maendeleao ya demokrasia Zanzibar, na vilevile hakiashirii mustakbali mwema kwa nchi yetu tuipendayo. Wazanzibari wameelezea maoni na matakwa yao kwenye visanduku vya kupigia kura, na maoni na matakwa yao hayo yanapaswa kusikilizwa na kuheshimiwa.

Kwa hivyo, ZADIA inatoa wito kwa Tume ya Taifa ya Uchaguzi Zanzibar, kumalizia mchakato mzima wa kuhesabu kura kwa majimbo yaliyobakia na kutoa matokeo ya mwisho ya Uchaguzi na kumtangaza mshindi ili kuiepusha Zanzibar yetu tuipendayo kuingia katika hali ya mtafaruku na mifarakano isiyokuwa na tija bali kuleta hasara.

ZADIA pia inaungana na jumuiya zote za kimataifa ambazo zimetoa msimamo wao juu ya uchaguzi wa Zanzibar, hasa ubalozi wa Marekani nchini Tanzania, ambao ni kiungo madhubuti kati ya Wazanzibari walioko Zanzibar na wenzao wanaoishi nchini Marekani.

Aidha, tunapenda kumkumbusha Rais wa Zanzibar Mheshimiwa Dakta Ali Mohammed Shein kuwa Wazanzibari walimpa amana kubwa ya kuwaongoza, na kwa hivyo ni wajibu wake kuienzi amana hiyo kwa kuchukuwa hatua za kiungwana za kuitoa Zanzibar kwenye mgando huu wa kisiasa. Hali hii iliyopo sasa inaleta wasiwasi miongoni mwa raia na imekua ikiathiri maisha yao ya kila siku, na ikiachwa kuendelea huenda ikaathiri pia mustakbali maisha yao kwa jumla.

ZADIA pia inamtolea wito Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania na Amiri Jeshi Mkuu, Mheshimiwa Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete kutumia mamlaka yake aliyonayo kuhakikisha Zanzibar inatoka kwenye mkwamo huu wa kisiasa na kwamba anaondoka madarakani akiiacha Zanzibar ikiwa katika hali ya amani na utulivu. Kwa kufanya hivyo atauthibitishia ulimwengu kuwa kweli Tanzania ni kisima cha amani.

Na mwisho tunawaomba Wazanzibari, wapenzi wa Zanzibar, na Watanzania wote kwa ujumla popote pale walipo, wajitahidi kufanya mawasiliano na Jumuiya nyengine za Kimataifa ili ziingilie kati suala hili kabla nchi yetu haijaingia kwenye mtafaruku mkubwa wa kisiasa na kijamii na hata kupelekea kuhatarisha amani ya nchi yetu.

Mungu Ibariki, Zanzibar.

Mwenyekiti wa ADC, Hamad Rashid aitaka ZEC ijiuzulu

[video] Maalim Seif aipa ZEC siku tatu: "Mara hii ni basi! Hatustahimili tena!"

Waangalizi wa Uchaguzi Mkuu Tanzania 2015 kutoka EAC washangazwa


Waangalizi kutoka Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki wameshangazwa na amani na utulivu uliokuwepo wakati wa kupiga kura.

Kiongozi wa Timu ya waangalizi wa Uchaguzi Mkuu kutoka Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki (EAC) Ndugu Moody Awori, ambaye pia ni Makamu wa Rais Mstaafu wa Kenya amemueleza Rais Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete alipofika Ikulu leo mchana.

Sisi kutoka Kenya tulishangaa, unakwenda kwenye kituo watu wako kimya, tunakupongeza pamoja na Chama Cha Mapinduzi” Ndugu Awori amemueleza Rais na kuongeza kuwa, “Tunatarajia kuwa uongozi mpya unaoingia madarakani utafuata nyayo zako” amesema.

Ndugu Awori amemueleza Rais kuwa katika shughuli zao za uangalizi, walitembelea vituo zaidi ya 12 kwa siku jijini Dar es Salaam na kote hali ilikuwa shwari na kueleza kuwa wamejifunza kitu kikubwa sana katika uchaguzi huu.

Watanzania kwa jadi yao ni watu wa amani na utulivu lakini pia kabla ya uchaguzi, Rais Kikwete aliweka wazi kuwa Serikali yake ina wajibu wa kulinda watu na mali zao na kuhakikisha watu wote wanashiriki katika kupata haki yao ya kupiga kura kwa amani, uhuru na utulivu bila kubughudhiwa na hilo ndiyo jambo kubwa na la msingi kwa Serikali yake.

Mapema leo asubuhi Rais Kikwete amehudhuria hafla ya kukabidhiwa vyeti kwa washindi wa uchaguzi Mkuu wa Mwaka huu Dkt. John Pombe Magufuli, Rais Mteule na Mama Samia Suluhu Hassan, Makamu wa Rais Mteule .

Hafla hiyo imehudhuriwa na Viongozi mbalimbali wa Vyama na Serikali pamoja na Viongozi wa Waangalizi wa Uchaguzi hapa nchini, Viongozi wa dini na watu mbalimbali.

Baadaye Rais Kikwete aliongoza mapokezi ya Rais Mteule katika Ofisi ndogo za CCM Lumumba ambako wanachama, mashabiki na wapenzi wa CCM walifika kumpokea na kumsalimia mgombea wao ambaye ameibuka mshindi wa Uchaguzi Mkuu wa mwaka 2015.


Imetolewa na:
Premi Kibanga,
Mwandishi wa Habari wa Rais, Msaidizi
30 Oktoba, 2015

Shetani caught in Tanzania for ivory trafficking

Shetani behind bars in Tanzania
The law enforcement body responsible for the arrest of the “Queen of Ivory” earlier this month has officially arrested notorious elephant poacher Boniface Matthew Mariango, referred to by law enforcement officials as “Shetani” or “The Devil,” after a manhunt that lasted for over one year.

“Shetani” was arrested by the National and Transnational Serious Crimes Investigation Unit (NTSCIU) Task Force on the outskirts of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. He is Tanzania’s “Most Wanted” elephant poacher and ivory trafficker and directly responsible for the killing of thousands of elephants over the past years.

He has evaded arrest again and again, slipping away at least seven times, but this time we caught him, in a wild manhunt after informers reported his whereabouts in the outskirts of Dar.

The evidence we have against “Shetani” is crushing. He is the major supplier of weapons, ammunition and cars to poaching syndicates operating across the country and beyond.”

The full story at:

Msajili, Jaji Mutungi afika nyumbani kwa Maalim Seif

Msajili wa vyama vya siasa Tanzania Jaji Francis Mutungi, akizungumza na Makamu wa Kwanza wa Rais wa Zanzibar Mhe. Maalim Seif Sharif Hamad, nyumbani kwake Mbweni Zanzibar. (Picha na Talib Ussi)
Na Talib Ussi, Zanzibar

Msajili wa vyama vya siasa Tanzania Jaji Francis Mutungi, amesema kuna umuhimu kwa viongozi wa vyama vya siasa Zanzibar kukutana, ili kutatua mzozo wa kisiasa uliojitokeza.

NEC yamkabidhi Dk Magufuli hati ya ushindi wa kiti cha Urais wa Tanzania 2015

Mwenyekiti wa Tume ya Taifa ya Uchaguzi (NEC), Jaji mstaafu Damian Lubuva (kulia), akimkabidhi cheti cha Urais Rais Mteule wa Tanzania Dk. John Magufuli katika hafla iliyofanyika Ukumbi wa Diamond Jubilee Dar es Salaam leo. Kushoto ni Makamu wa Rais Mteule, Samia Hassan Suluhu.
Na Dotto Mwaibale

TUME ya Taifa ya Uchaguzi (NEC), imemkabidhi cheti cha ushindi aliyekuwa mgombea Urais kupitia Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM), Dk, John Magufuli baada ya kushinda kwa kura nyingi kuliko wenzake kwenye uchaguzi uliofanyika Oktoba 25 mwaka huu.

Statement by Commonwealth Election Observer Missions regarding Zanzibar 2015

The Election Observer Missions of the Commonwealth headed by His Excellency Dr Goodluck Jonathan, the Southern African Development Community (SADC), headed by the Honorable Oldemiro Baloi, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of the Republic of Mozambique, the African Union, headed by His Excellency Armando Guebuza, the European Union headed by Ms Judith Sargentini, observed the voting and counting processes across the United Republic of Tanzania on 25 October 2015.

We note with great concern the statement issued by the Chairman of the Zanzibar Electoral Commission, in which he nullified the Zanzibar elections.

We issued interim statements on 27 October, in which we all affirmed the credibility of the voting process.

We were pleased that the voting and counting took place in an atmosphere of peace, and that the people of Tanzania demonstrated a strong commitment to their democratic process by turning out in significant numbers to cast their vote.

We had commended the National Electoral Commission and the Zanzibar Electoral Commission for the competent and largely efficient manner in which they managed the electoral process on Election Day.

Our overall assessment of the voting and counting process at the polling stations, based on all our observations, was that it was conducted in a generally peaceful and organised manner, according to the procedures outlined in the laws of the United Republic of Tanzania and the laws of Zanzibar. We stand by this assessment.

We were conscious that the tabulation of results process was yet to conclude. We expressed the hope that all stakeholders, in particular, the political leadership in Zanzibar, would await the conclusion of that process in the spirit of national unity, reconciliation, peace and stability.

We now respectfully request the Zanzibar Electoral Commission to specify in which polling stations there were irregularities. We appeal to the ZEC to act with full transparency in its decision to nullify the elections. We urge the political leadership of Zanzibar to cast aside their differences, put the interest of the United Republic of Tanzania and Zanzibar first, and come together to find a speedy resolution to the issues that have led to this unfortunate development.

Democracy, peace and unity in Zanzibar are at stake.

The 2010 elections in Zanzibar ushered in a government of national unity which gave the people of Zanzibar hope for sustainable peace and democracy.

We urgently call on the leadership of Zanzibar, the United Republic of Tanzania, the ZEC, NEC and all stakeholders to live up to the expectations of the people.


Job: Operations Assistant - International Organization for Migration

Organization: International Organization for Migration
Country: United States of America
Closing date: 20 Nov 2015
Reference No: VN 2015/17
Duty Station:New York, USA
Position Title:Operations Assistant
Classification:Employee, Grade 5, Full Time – 100%
Starting date:1 January 2015
Type of Appointment:One year with the possibility of extension* (6 months - probation period)
Organizational Location:New York Operations
Only US citizens and residents may apply.
General Functions:
Under the overall supervision of the USRAP Programme Officer in IOM Washington and the direct supervision of the Operations Officer in IOM New York the incumbent will be responsible for the performance of routine and specialized operational tasks including daily USRAP resettlement activities: receiving and transmitting USRAP related data and coordinating USRAP arrivals with IOM POEs, US Resettlement Agencies, PRM, IOM service providers, and IOM sending missions.
Operations Assistant Duties and Responsibilities:
The specific tasks will include:
  1. Review, Validate, Distribute and ensure accuracy of all received movement reports including Advanced Booking Notifications (ABN), Cancelations (CAN), Departures (DEP), Mission Domestic Bookings and update arrival status (COA).
  2. Use RMI to process and track status of all above mentioned reports
  3. Follow and update the USRAP schedule to ensure all expected movements are processed in a timely manner.
  4. Comply with special requirements needed for vulnerable cases; including unaccompanied minors and cases with special medical or security concerns.
  5. Monitor and effect US domestic bookings for medical and operational escorts.
  6. Ensure reports are in accordance with the Movement Management Manual (MMM) and NY Operations Standard Operating Procedures (NY OPS SOPS)
  7. Serve as a resource to Sending Missions to better facilitate USRAP movement schedules.
  8. Distribute information regarding USRAP flights to the US Resettlement Agencies (RA), US Ports of Entry (POE), US Department of State Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration (PRM), CDC, Travel Agents and authorized USRAP partners.
  9. Update and Distribute the Daily Transmission Report.
  10. Create Proflight folders according to the NY OPS SOPS.
  11. Process Domestic Bookings in RMI.
  12. Receive itineraries from US travel agents and sending missions.
  13. Review and ensure accuracy of the bookings using AMADEUS in accordance with the NY OPS SOPs.
  14. Distribute domestic bookings to the US Resettlement Agencies , US POE, and authorized USRAP Partners.
  15. Facilitate rebooking requests as required.
  16. Regularly monitor New York Operations correspondence by phone and email and serve as the New York Operations focal point between the field missions, US POEs, the US resettlement Agencies, PRM, State/Federal Authorities, hospital staff, airline staff and private citizens.
  17. Receive, create and follow-up on incident reports (i.e. missing luggage, medical emergencies, escort issues, problems in transit) via email and log them into the New York Operations Incident Report Database.
  18. Ensure confidentiality of all correspondence.
  19. Prioritize and complete incident reports within 1 week.
  20. Identify the key elements of the report and consult all relevant IOM offices – Sending, Transit, and POE – when responding to incident reports.
  21. Report data errors to the Receiving Mission Interface (RMI) Support Team and follow-up according to the established SOPs.
  22. Provide training and travel as needed in support of USRAP activities and applications.
  23. Assist in the development and maintenance of the IOM NY OPS SOPs and USRAP Chapter of the MMM.
  24. Liaise with RPC and field missions in the distribution of MTIF/xMIF reports for COP and follow-up with missions as needed to ensure timely movement planning..
  25. Respond to email and phone inquiries in regard to the status of USRAP cases and coordinate as required.
  26. Create and distribute USRAP Promissory Notes and Inventory Reports.
  27. Complete ad-hoc duties: check fares and routs through Amadeus, support MiMOSA-WRAPS/CDC/RA Interfaces, do database testing and prepare presentations/workshops.

Client Orientation

Continuous Learning


Creativity and Initiative

Leadership and Negotiation

Performance Management

Planning and Organizing



Technological Awareness

Resource Mobilization
Education and Experience:
Bachelor Degree and at least 5 years of professional experience preferably in the airlines or travel agency.
Desirable Qualifications
Knowledge of AMADEUS is an advantage. Existing knowledge of IOM movement management tools such as HIT, MiMOSA, I-Gator, RMI and SAR is a distinct advantage as well as sound knowledge of geography, and of global airline routings. Computer literate: must be able to manage voluminous email traffic, use the Internet and have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications such as Word and Excel. Must have accuracy in handling and reporting data.
Proven ability to work harmoniously in a diverse, multicultural environment. Excellent organizational and leadership skills with ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously under time constrains. Mature individual, with flexibility and able to travel and work overtime, when requested. Ability to maintain high performance standards with attention to details. Previous working experience with NGO or International Organizations is an added advantage.
Fluent English (written and oral)
Knowledge of other languages would be an advantage.

How to apply:
Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications to Mr.Oleg Syshchikov at [email protected] by 20 November 2015 referring to this advertisement. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
* The tenure of contract of staff members holding a regular contract will remain unchanged
Closing date: 20 November 2015
IOM New York

Job: Senior Knowledge Management Advisor - Jhpiego

Organization: Jhpiego
Country: United States of America
Closing date: 29 Nov 2015
The Senior Knowledge Management Advisor will work with MCSP staff in Washington and worldwide and champion the commitment to program knowledge management, including the continuous creation, capture, organization, access and use of information to improve program outputs.
  • Advise and improve as needed the project’s Strategic KM Framework, including guidance, policy, and standards to maintain effective program KM, with specifics for HQ and field staff, country teams and regional groups.
  • Help promote knowledge sharing across technical, cross-cutting, and country support teams
  • Lead the implementation and continued improvement of the SharePoint site, working with the SharePoint developer and Senior Program Coordinator
  • Explore, develop, and promote collaborative tools to use to facilitate sharing of ideas and work among internal teams and external partners.
  • Promote communities of practice (COPs) in key areas and explore COPs used by other program partners to maximize knowledge sharing among program staff.
  • Liaise with Jhpiego’s KM staff at Baltimore Headquarters and with KM Advisors from MCSP partner organizations
  • Support networking efforts by program team members at headquarters and in the field to develop partnerships with other organizations.
  • Liaise with the program M&E team, Communications staff, and Learning staff to ensure that KM systems will be the most useful across the project.
  • Collaborate on external communication through participation in international conferences and representation at international and US meetings.
  • Assist with writing of technical briefs, products, and resources and develop associated dissemination plans.
Required Qualifications:
  • 10+ years demonstrated experience in communications, knowledge management, convening working bodies or professional associations, or public relations
  • Master in public health, epidemiology, statistics, demography or related social science International experience providing technical assistance as required
  • Up-to-date knowledge of communications and KM technologies and standards and an understanding of the constraints and benefits of different technologies
  • Familiarity with the international public health sphere, USAID partner organizations, and reproductive and maternal health issues
  • Passion for the mission of Jhpiego and broader global issues of public health, technology and international development
  • Strong knowledge of public health programs such as reproductive health, maternal health, health economics, and eHealth/mHealth applications for these programs
  • Understanding of evolving international health funding priorities, technical state-of-the-art thinking and priorities, and program development roles and opportunities
  • Excellent verbal, written and presentation skills.
  • Ability to meet deadlines under extreme pressure, build consensus and work with diverse groups of people
  • English Required. French, Spanish or Portuguese language skills preferred
  • Aware of and sensitive to working in multiple socio-economic settings and with multi-cultural groups in a developing country environment
  • Ability to travel up to 10% of the time to developing countries

How to apply:
Apply directly at: