Job: Senior Program Officer

Organization: Abt Associates
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 19 Nov 2017

Opportunity

Sustaining Health Outcomes through the Private Sector (SHOPS) Plus is USAID’s flagship initiative in private sector health. The project supports the achievement of US government global health priorities, including ending preventable child and maternal deaths, an AIDS-free generation, and FP2020. To achieve these goals SHOPS Plus seeks to harness the full potential of the private sector and catalyze public-private engagement in family planning (FP), HIV, child health, and other health markets. Among the strategies supported by the project is the use of Total Market Approaches (TMA) designed to grow the market for health products by better targeting free or subsidized commodities, reducing inefficiencies, and creating opportunities for the private sector to increase its provision of health commodities. In Tanzania, SHOPS Plus is in the early stages of designing and implementing a TMA activity that encompasses FP and HIV products and related services, and will eventually be applied to other health areas. SHOPS Plus/Tanzania is seeking a Senior Program Officer (SPO) to lead this activity with support from Abt’s technical staff in Bethesda.

The SPO will support the TMA Activity by collecting and disseminating data and information about the markets for FP and HIV commodities and related services, support better coordination between the public and private sectors, monitor the use of TMA principles in policy development, and build ownership of TMAs within government institutions. The SPO is expected to work closely with decision makers and committees within the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC), the Tanzania Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS), and the President’s Office Regional Authority for Local Government (PO-RALG). The SPO will also help these stakeholders integrate TMA principles in major policy and strategy documents, and identify opportunities to foster cross-sector engagement as a way to mainstream TMAs in national health strategies. This position reports to the Chief of Party in Dar es Salaam and the Bethesda-based SHOPS Plus Regional Manager at Abt Associates.

Key Roles and Responsibilities
  • Support market assessments: Participate in TMA assessments in Tanzania, and help build early support for the TMA activity by securing meetings with key government representatives and committees.
  • Lead TMA mainstreaming in health policy: In collaboration with the Bethesda-based technical support team, identify key policy activities relevant to the TMA activity and advocate for multi-sector engagement in these activities (TMA mainstreaming)
  • Review policy documents: the SPO will be expected to track all policy documents relevant to the planning, budgeting and implementation of government and donor-supported health intervention and analyze the extent to which they reflect TMA principles. To the extent possible, the SPO will seek to document the activities and investments of private sector actors in the market for HIV and FP products.
  • Support engagement processes: Work with relevant stakeholders (such as health and government institutions, non-profit and commercial entities, and donors) to organize strategic meetings and workshops as needed.
  • Build TMA ownership: Identify or create a committee capable of overseeing and implement the TMA process over the long term.
  • Support the development of SHOPS Plus deliverables: Contribute to the development of work plans, progress reports and other required SHOPS Plus outputs as needed.
  • Representation: Assist the COP in representing Abt at meetings with USAID/Tanzania, other donor agencies, government officials, and implementing partners as required.
Preferred Skills / Prerequisites

  • Masters’ in Public Health, MBA, or equivalent degree
  • 10 years of relevant experience, including:


  • Knowledge of health policy development in Tanzania and familiarity with key entities in the MoHCDGEC and other relevant public health institutions.
  • Expertise in designing/implementing/evaluating HIV and family planning programs.
  • Proven ability to engage with high-level officials and facilitate engagement between representatives of government and private sector organizations
  • Experience working on projects funded by USAID or other donors.
  • Experience in or strong interest in public/private coordination and partnerships
    • Excellent communication skills, including the ability to write professional documents in English and deliver presentations to diverse audiences.
    • Strong diplomatic and collaboration skills
    Minimum Qualifications
    • (10+) years of experience and a bachelor degree OR the equivalent combination of education and experience.
    How to apply:

    Please apply here: https://career4.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=51981&company=AbtPROD&username=

    Job: Finance Officer

    Organization: Freedom House
    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Closing date: 15 Dec 2017

    Freedom House promotes the spread of freedom and democracy around the world through research, advocacy, and programs that support frontline activists. We are a leader in identifying threats to freedom through our highly regarded analytic reports, including Freedom in the World, Freedom of the Press, Freedom on the Net, and Nations in Transit. With 7 field offices and two U.S. offices, we support the right of every individual to be free.

    Position Summary

    Freedom House is seeking a Project Consultant based in Amman, Jordan to oversee a project titled “Mussawat Lil Izdihar (Equality for Prosperity).” The Project Consultant will work with businesses, civil society, and government stakeholders to improve the workplace environment and legal framework for working women. The project goal is to generate broad-based support for workplace gender equality that will increase women’s employment and improve working conditions for women in Jordan.

    The Project Consultant will spend approximately eight days per month for two years overseeing all program activities in Jordan. The Project Consultant will be supported and backstopped by a part-time Program Assistant based in Amman, Jordan. The Project Consultant will report to Freedom House’s Middle East and North Africa program staff based in Washington, D.C.

    Desired Qualifications
    • Fluency in English and Arabic is required. Applicant must be able to express themselves clearly and concisely in English.
    • Minimum of 15-20 years’ experience working on donor-funded projects, especially in the women’s rights or democracy sector
    • Bachelor’s degree or higher in a relevant discipline (i.e. political science, gender studies, law)
    • Demonstrated ability to lead gender equality trainings with the private sector
    • Acute understanding of Jordan’s workplace gender inequality and capability to craft new business policies that improve conditions for workplace gender equality
    • Experience managing private sector and civil society stakeholders, especially in an advocacy group
    • Experience designing and/or leading gender equality advocacy campaigns with the Jordanian government, especially related to women’s rights in the workplace
    • Familiarity managing gender equality awareness-raising campaigns
    • Outstanding organizational skills, including proven ability to translate broad project objectives into an implementation plan and to complete implementations plan on time and on budget
    Position Components

    Note: Applicants may apply to choose to apply for one, two, or all three of the consultant components below. Applicants must identify which components they are applying to in their cover letter; any applicant who does not do so will be assumed to be applying for all three components.
    1. Training for private-sector businesses and developing new policies with businesses: The Project Consultant will design and lead a gender equality training for Jordanian businesses. The Project Consultant will work with businesses to design and implement new gender equality policies.
    2. Leading advocacy with government: The Project Consultant will manage a stakeholder group to advocate with government for the adoption of national gender equality provisions.
    3. Managing a private-sector campaign: The Project Consultant will oversee a private-sector awareness-raising campaign related to workplace gender equality.
    Work Environment and Physical Demands:
    Essential functions are typically performed in an office setting. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    *Disclaimer: This job description is only a summary of the typical functions of the job. It is not an exhaustive or comprehensive list of all possible job responsibilities, tasks and duties. The responsibilities, tasks, and duties of the jobholder may differ from those outlined in the job description and that other duties, as assigned, may be part of the job. Freedom House may add, change, or remove essential and other duties at any time.*


    How to apply:

    Qualified and Interested Applicants

    We invite qualified candidates to submit the following in ENGLISH:
    • Resume/CV
    • Cover letter
    • Salary expectations
    Only candidates who submit the above application materials will be considered for the position. Jordanian nationals are strongly encouraged to apply. Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted.

    https://chj.tbe.taleo.net/chj04/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=FREEHOUS&cws=39&rid=825

    Job: Finance and Administrative Assistant

    Organization: Freedom House
    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Closing date: 15 Dec 2017

    Freedom House promotes the spread of freedom and democracy around the world through research, advocacy, and programs that support frontline activists. We are a leader in identifying threats to freedom through our highly regarded analytic reports, including Freedom in the World, Freedom of the Press, Freedom on the Net, and Nations in Transit. With 7 field offices and two U.S. offices, we support the right of every individual to be free.

    POSITION SUMMARY
    The Finance and Administrative Assistant will play a supporting role in office finance and administrative functions, including logistics.
    This is a nonexempt position. Position holder must obtain written authorization from supervisor before working in excess of 40 hours in a work-week.

    PRINCIPAL DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES, AND EXPECTATIONS
    • Manage day-to-day office operations, including supplies, travel logistics, and scheduling.
    • Assist the Chief of Party and Finance Officer with the office support systems including negotiations with vendors and service providers in the most cost effective manner.
    • Assist technical staff with the logistics associated with program activities.
    • Review program payment requests, and sub-grant reports to ensure compliance with funder regulations and Freedom House policies and procedures.
    • Assist with financial reporting as needed, including organizing office finances in coordination with the Finance Officer.
    • Support other staff members as needed.
    • Other duties as assigned by the Chief of Party.
    JOB QUALIFICATIONS
    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required. Degree in accounting, finance, or business administration with emphasis in accounting strongly desired.
    • Minimum 2 years of experience in a fast-paced office setting desired.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Excel. Comfort learning other software as needed.
    • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
    • Ability to work with confidential information.
    • Ability to read, write, and speak English.
    • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
    • Ability to manage multiple, simultaneous assignments, set priorities, and work independently.
    • Ability to utilize necessary office equipment and computers.
    Attributes and Characteristics:
    • Exhibit strong and sustained commitment to the mission of Freedom House
    • Show good stewardship in the use of Freedom House resources
    • Respond promptly to stakeholder needs, and solicit stakeholder feedback to improve service quality
    • Exhibit excellent phone etiquette, pleasant demeanor, and ethical conduct
    • Consistently use good judgment when dealing with all contacts and constituents
    • Exhibit high work standards, adherence to procedures, and responsibility for assigned tasks
    • Demonstrate strong desire for excellence, and desire to inspire others to attain professional excellence
    • Assess own strengths and weaknesses; pursue training and development opportunities; strive to continuously build knowledge and skills
    • Work as an effective team member, successfully balance individual and team responsibilities
    • Comply with all policies and procedures
    WORKING CONDITIONS
    General Working Conditions:
    • General working office environment
    • Some overtime hours including evenings and weekends to complete tasks or attend events
    • Travel to event sites and field offices less than 20% of the time
    • Exposed to outside weather conditions when required to attend event venues or travel
    Physical Requirements:
    • Sedentary, regularly required to sit for extended periods of time; constantly talk, hear and understand speech at normal levels using a telephone. Occasionally required to stand, walk, and bend over, reach overhead, use hands, wrists and fingers, to grasp, push, pull, move, handle, feel, and type. Constantly required to use close vision and distance vision for regular computer work. Occasionally required to lift and/or move up to 25 lbs. to waist height.
    How to apply:

    QUALIFIED CANDIDATES

    We invite qualified candidates to submit a resume and cover letter with salary history and desired salary. Candidate cover letters should specifically address how their previous experience relates to the duties and qualifications listed above.

    https://chj.tbe.taleo.net/chj04/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=FREEHOUS&cws=39&rid=822

    Only candidates who respond to these as well as the salary requirements will be considered for the position. Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted.
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    Job: Program Assistant, Great Lakes & ENA Regions

    Organization: International Rescue Committee
    Country: United States of America
    Closing date: 22 Dec 2017

    Job Title: Program Assistant, Great Lakes & ENA Regions

    Sector: Program Administration

    Employment Category: Regular

    Location: USA-New York, NY - HQ

    Job Description

    Background/IRC Summary: The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world's worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. Founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein, the IRC offers lifesaving care and life-changing assistance to refugees forced to flee from war or disaster. At work today in over 40 countries and 22 U.S. cities, we restore safety, dignity and hope to millions who are uprooted and struggling to endure. The IRC leads the way from harm to home.

    IRC's International Programs focus on various relief, rehabilitation, and development programs for refugees, internally displaced persons and those affected by conflict in different regions worldwide. Each region is managed by a regional team that oversees the region's country programs, headed by a Regional Director (RD) and a Deputy RD for Programs (DRDP) and supported by a Regional Grants Director (RGD) and Program Officer (RPO). These programs focus on different sectors, including health; safety; education; economic well-being; and power.

    Job Overview/Summary: The Great Lakes/Europe and North Africa (ENA) Program Assistant will be responsible for providing a range of assistance services in support of the programs in the designated regions, working closely with and jointly reporting to the Regional Program Officers. It is expected that the work responsibilities will be shared evenly, with an estimated 50% of time spent on Great Lakes support and 50% of time spent on ENA support. The PA will coordinate and share workload information and deadlines with Regional Program Officers to ensure appropriate coverage. The position also involves working in close collaboration with colleagues based in the field and in other HQ units and departments in New York, including but not limited to Technical Units, Development, Human Resources and Finance staff, and some liaising with London and Washington offices, as needed.

    Major Responsibilities:

    Grants Management


    § Liaise with country programs and the Finance Department to process source code requests from the field and relay proper documentation back to the country programs;

    § Assist in obtaining Delegations of Authority, Powers of Attorney, and other documents as needed to facilitate field office operations;

    § Procure signatures on grant agreements, amendments, and other required documents;

    § Assist in reviewing, providing substantive feedback, and submitting grant reports when needed;

    § Ensure proper and centralized project as well as grant management filing systems at HQ, both electronic and hard files;

    § Assist in providing coverage support when Program Officer is absent.

    Internal and External Communications

    § Assist the Program Officer in drafting, revising and updating summary information on the region's country programs, and help draft summaries as requested;

    § Assist in maintaining up-to-date information for the region on the IRC's intranet site.

    Administrative


    § Perform office administrative tasks, such as processing payment requests and vouchers, photocopying, scanning, mailing, and filing;

    § Assist with the organization of regional conferences and regional meetings;

    § Assist in organizing logistics and meetings for field staff visiting HQ;

    § Manage country call calendar and provide call support/notes for both regions

    § Provide administrative support to consultants in the field and process payments;

    § Work with IPD's Department Manager and field offices to ensure the region's entries in the International Address Book are kept up to date.

    Other


    § Research and be informed about programmatic issues, security and political developments in the Great Lakes Region;

    § Participate in special projects as needed.

    Key Working Relationships:

    Position Reports to:(DUAL) Regional Program Officer, Great Lakes; Regional Program Officer, Europe & North Africa

    Position directly supervises:N/A

    Indirect Reporting:N/A

    Other Internal and/or external contacts:

    Internal: Finance Department; General Counsel's Office; Awards Management Unit; Regional Staff (Great Lakes, based in Nairobi); Regional Admin Officer (ENA, based in Belgrade)

    External: Various depending on information requests (e.g. donors)

    Job Requirements:

    Education: Bachelor's degree in related field (Education, Int'l Affairs, Social Work, etc.) or equivalent

    Work Experience: Minimum 1-2 years related non-profit and/or administrative work experience. Some field experience a plus, regional experience (in either location) in particular.

    Demonstrated Skills and Competencies:
    • Proven writing and editing skills; the ability to draft memos, letters, and edit reports and proposals;
    • Solid organizational and administrative skills, with a proven ability to prioritize projects with attention to detail;
    • Excellent computer skills: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and database software;
    • Ability to work independently and productively in a fast-paced environment - proactivity and initiative to problem-solve within the job parameters is essential.
    Language Skills: Strong French proficiency is preferred

    Certificates or Licenses: N/A

    Working Environment: Standard work environment.

    *Great Lakes Region: Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania (Regional hub is in Nairobi)

    **Europe & North Africa Region: Germany, Greece, Libya, the Balkans (Regional hub is in Belgrade, Serbia)

    How to apply:

    Please follow this link to apply: http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=YXN0cmlkLm1hdGhldy40OTk5NC4zODMwQGlyY2NkLmFwbGl0cmFrLmNvbQ

    Job: Zonal Project Manager (covering Mwanza, Geita, Simiyu, and Mara) – 1 position (Tanzania Nationals Only)

    Organization: ICAP
    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Closing date: 10 Nov 2017

    Position Title: Zonal Project Manager (covering Mwanza, Geita, Simiyu, and Mara) – 1 position (Tanzania Nationals Only)
    Reports to: Director of Prevention Services
    Job Location: Mwanza
    Travel: Up to 60% in intervention regions

    Overall Job Function:

    The incumbent will be responsible to oversee the overall implementation of the FIKIA project in the regions of Mwanza, Geita, Simiyu, and Mara. S/he will work closely with the Director of Prevention Services and directly oversee the regional program offices/teams in the respective regions.

    Specific Responsibilities and Duties:

     Oversee and manage overall all regional staff and offices in Mwanza, Geita, Simiyu, and Mara regions implementing a project for key populations, adolescent girls and young women and other targeted vulnerable populations so they can successfully:
    o Plan and coordinate all meetings and trainings
    o Liaise with regional stakeholders and local government authorities on the program progress
    o Conduct needs assessment, mapping, and other preparatory activities as needed
    o Liaise with health facilities’ staff to develop a strong referral network from community to facility and vice versa
    o Supervise recruitment and mentoring of outreach volunteers and lay workers from peer groups
    o Implement program interventions (such as community based HTC, linkage/referral to health facilities, GBV & gender norms, STI/TB screening, condoms distribution and family planning) and according to the workplan, targets, national guidelines/policy, and program SOPs
    o Collect and report data on a timely basis without errors
    o Develop reports and narratives as required
     Liaise from a technical standpoint with any sub-grantees or service providers performing in the respective regions
     Liaise with regional and zonal stakeholders and partners to ensure program collaboration
     Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the supervisor

    Required Qualifications, Knowledge and Skills:

     Required: Doctor of Medicine (MD) or equivalent Medical Degree from a recognized academic institution. Preferred: Additional Masters level degree or higher in related discipline such as Public Health
     Required: Minimum 4 years working experience in HIV care and/or HIV prevention with a donor-funded organization. Preferred: experience with community-based and/or KVP-focused HIV programs
     Required: Minimum 2 years’ experience directly supervising/managing multidisciplinary teams of at least 10 staff, with demonstrated skills in leading teams of public health professionals
     Required: Familiarity with PEPFAR-funded projects. Preferred: experience with CDC funded projects.
     Excellent communication skills, including writing and presentation skills. Fluent in both Kiswahili and English.
     Strong computer skills (MS Excel, Access, Word, and Powerpoint at minimum)
     Demonstrated knowledge on HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment, and adherence and psychosocial support programs
     Demonstrated ability to provide strong technical guidance for any medical interventions related to HIV care and prevention to KVP.
     Strong ability to liaise with external stakeholders and government officials.
     Experience in developing and executing work plans, budgets, reports, etc.
     Flexible to work after normal working hours and weekends at various community locations
     Ability to interact well with all targeted groups and peer volunteers by facilitating a nonjudgmental, nondiscriminatory, and non-stigmatizing environment in the program, to welcome all beneficiaries regardless of their background

    How to apply:

    Application Instructions:

    Qualified applicants should send their cover letter and CV by 10th November, 2017 via email to [email protected], mentioning in the subject line the Position Title and Job Location. Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Please do NOT attach any certificates when submitting online. ICAP is an equal opportunity employer, women are encouraged to apply. Tanzanians living and working abroad in the diaspora are encouraged to apply.

    Job: Zonal Project Manager (covering Kagera and Kigoma) – 1 position (Tanzania national only)

    Organization: ICAP
    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Closing date: 10 Nov 2017

    Position Title: Zonal Project Manager (covering Kagera and Kigoma) – 1 position (Tanzania national only)
    Reports to: Director of Prevention Services
    Job Location: Kagera
    Travel: Up to 50% in intervention regions

    Overall Job Function:

    The incumbent will be responsible to oversee the overall implementation of the FIKIA project in the regions of Kagera and Kigoma. S/he will work closely with the Director of Prevention Services and directly oversee the regional program offices/teams in the respective regions.

    Specific Responsibilities and Duties:

     Oversee and manage overall all regional staff and offices in Kagera and Kigoma regions implementing a project for key populations, adolescent girls and young women and other targeted vulnerable populations so they can successfully:
    o Plan and coordinate all meetings and trainings
    o Liaise with regional stakeholders and local government authorities on the program progress
    o Conduct needs assessment, mapping, and other preparatory activities as needed
    o Liaise with health facilities’ staff to develop a strong referral network from community to facility and vice versa
    o Supervise recruitment and mentoring of outreach volunteers and lay workers from peer groups
    o Implement program interventions (such as community based HTC, linkage/referral to health facilities, GBV & gender norms, STI/TB screening, condoms distribution and family planning) and according to the workplan, targets, national guidelines/policy, and program SOPs
    o Collect and report data on a timely basis without errors
    o Develop reports and narratives as required
     Liaise from a technical standpoint with any sub-grantees or service providers performing in the respective regions
     Liaise with regional and zonal stakeholders and partners to ensure program collaboration
     Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the supervisor

    Required Qualifications, Knowledge and Skills:

     Required: Doctor of Medicine (MD) or equivalent Medical Degree from a recognized academic institution. Preferred: Additional Masters level degree or higher in related discipline such as Public Health
     Required: Minimum 4 years working experience in HIV care and/or HIV prevention with a donor-funded organization. Preferred: experience with community-based and/or KVP-focused HIV programs
     Required: Minimum 2 years’ experience directly supervising/managing multidisciplinary teams of at least 10 staff, with demonstrated skills in leading teams of public health professionals
     Required: Familiarity with PEPFAR-funded projects. Preferred: experience with CDC funded projects.
     Excellent communication skills, including writing and presentation skills. Fluent in both Kiswahili and English.
     Strong computer skills (MS Excel, Access, Word, and Powerpoint at minimum)
     Demonstrated knowledge on HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment, and adherence and psychosocial support programs
     Demonstrated ability to provide strong technical guidance for any medical interventions related to HIV care and prevention to KVP.
     Strong ability to liaise with external stakeholders and government officials.
     Experience in developing and executing work plans, budgets, reports, etc.
     Flexible to work after normal working hours and weekends at various community locations
     Ability to interact well with all targeted groups and peer volunteers by facilitating a nonjudgmental, nondiscriminatory, and non-stigmatizing environment in the program, to welcome all beneficiaries regardless of their background

    How to apply:

    Application Instructions:

    Qualified applicants should send their cover letter and CV by 10th November, 2017 via email to [email protected], mentioning in the subject line the Position Title and Job Location. Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Please do NOT attach any certificates when submitting online. ICAP is an equal opportunity employer, women are encouraged to apply. Tanzanians living and working abroad in the diaspora are encouraged to apply

    Job: Zonal M&E Advisor (covering Kagera and Kigoma) – 1 position (Tanzania Nationals Only)

    Organization: ICAP
    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Closing date: 10 Nov 2017

    Position Title: Zonal M&E Advisor (covering Kagera and Kigoma) – 1 position (Tanzania Nationals Only)
    Reports to: Zonal Project Manager (covering Kagera and Kigoma)
    Job Location: Kagera
    Travel: Up to 70% in intervention districts

    Overall Job Function:

    The incumbent’s overall responsibilities include providing technical support in the planning and implementation of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities for the community-based HIV prevention program targeting KVP. The incumbent is responsible for overseeing and managing M&E activities for the regions in his/her respective Zone. S/he will work closely with his/her respective Zonal Project Manager and the central level M&E team.

    Specific Responsibilities and Duties:

     Provide technical assistance to ICAP supported regions within the zone in collaboration with R/CHMT members
     To coordinate with CHMTs and RHMTs to implement a district network approach for timely and regular reporting of key program indicators to NACP and donors
     Participate in hiring and supervision of Data Officers and other M&E staff in the regions within the zone.
     To build the capacity of personnel in the zone including ICAP staff and R/CHMTs to improve M&E systems
     Participate in implementation and evaluation of monitoring tools and data management
     Coordinate regional work plans and tracking of outputs
     Ensure that DQAs are carried out semi-annually according to DQA SOPs and that recommendations following the site DQA visit are implemented
     Assist to develop/refine M&E tools and data management systems as applicable
     Prepare site census and regular updates for the M&E team
     Prepare slides for the quarterly meetings and other data visualization outputs as required to share with all ICAP, R/CHMTs, sites, etc.
     Prepare Quarterly Review Meetings in collaboration with the Zonal Project Manager and Project Coordinators from the regions
     Address report queries and data requests in collaboration with central M&E team and Data Officers
     Provide technical guidance to Data Officers at regional level on M&E processes and ensure data collected and reported is timely, accurate, and well presented
     Perform any other duties as assigned by supervisor.

    Required Qualifications, Knowledge and Skills:

     Required: Degree or Advanced Diploma in data management, monitoring & evaluation, statistics, or related field; preference given to those who have experience with community-based HIV programs working with KVP.
     Required: Minimum 3 years’ experience with monitoring and evaluation of public health programs in HIV/AIDS including familiarity with MoHCDGEC/NACP reporting systems and DHIS. Preferred: Experience with M&E of community-based and/or KVP-focused HIV programs
     Required: Minimum 1 year experience supervising, managing, or leading other M&E or data staff
     Required: Familiarity with PEPFAR-funded projects and related M&E components such as MER indicators and DATIM. Preferred: experience with CDC funded projects.
     Required: excellent computer skills, at minimum with Microsoft Access, Excel, Word, and Powerpoint. Preferred: Additional skills in statistical packages
     Fluent in reading, writing, and speaking both English and Kiswahili
     Good documentation skills and ability to follow standard procedures
     Able to maintain utmost confidentiality regarding beneficiaries’ health status and sensitive information contained in data
     Flexibility to work after normal working hours and weekends at any location
     Ability to work independently and travel extensively to remote areas, including islands
     Able to adapt to situations quickly and problem solve
     Ability to interact well with all targeted KVP groups and peer outreach volunteers by facilitating a nonjudgmental, nondiscriminatory, and non-stigmatizing environment in the program, to welcome all clients regardless of their background
     Preference given to candidates already living in the job location region.

    How to apply:

    Application Instructions:

    Qualified applicants should send their cover letter and CV by 10th November, 2017 via email to [email protected], mentioning in the subject line the Position Title and Job Location. Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Please do NOT attach any certificates when submitting online. ICAP is an equal opportunity employer, women are encouraged to apply. Tanzanians living and working abroad in the diaspora are encouraged to apply.

    Job: Zonal M&E Advisor (covering Geita, Mwanza, Mara, Simiyu) – 1 position (Tanzania nationals only)

    Organization: ICAP
    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Closing date: 10 Nov 2017

    Position Title: Zonal M&E Advisor (covering Geita, Mwanza, Mara, Simiyu) – 1 position (Tanzania nationals only)
    Reports to: Zonal Project Manager (covering Geita, Mwanza, Mara, Simiyu)
    Job Location: Mwanza
    Travel: Up to 70% in intervention districts

    Overall Job Function:

    The incumbent’s overall responsibilities include providing technical support in the planning and implementation of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities for the community-based HIV prevention program targeting KVP. The incumbent is responsible for overseeing and managing M&E activities for the regions in his/her respective Zone. S/he will work closely with his/her respective Zonal Project Manager and the central level M&E team.

    Specific Responsibilities and Duties:

     Provide technical assistance to ICAP supported regions within the zone in collaboration with R/CHMT members
     To coordinate with CHMTs and RHMTs to implement a district network approach for timely and regular reporting of key program indicators to NACP and donors
     Participate in hiring and supervision of Data Officers and other M&E staff in the regions within the zone.
     To build the capacity of personnel in the zone including ICAP staff and R/CHMTs to improve M&E systems
     Participate in implementation and evaluation of monitoring tools and data management
     Coordinate regional work plans and tracking of outputs
     Ensure that DQAs are carried out semi-annually according to DQA SOPs and that recommendations following the site DQA visit are implemented
     Assist to develop/refine M&E tools and data management systems as applicable
     Prepare site census and regular updates for the M&E team
     Prepare slides for the quarterly meetings and other data visualization outputs as required to share with all ICAP, R/CHMTs, sites, etc.
     Prepare Quarterly Review Meetings in collaboration with the Zonal Project Manager and Project Coordinators from the regions
     Address report queries and data requests in collaboration with central M&E team and Data Officers
     Provide technical guidance to Data Officers at regional level on M&E processes and ensure data collected and reported is timely, accurate, and well presented
     Perform any other duties as assigned by supervisor.

    Required Qualifications, Knowledge and Skills:

     Required: Degree or Advanced Diploma in data management, monitoring & evaluation, statistics, or related field; preference given to those who have experience with community-based HIV programs working with KVP.
     Required: Minimum 3 years’ experience with monitoring and evaluation of public health programs in HIV/AIDS including familiarity with MoHCDGEC/NACP reporting systems and DHIS. Preferred: Experience with M&E of community-based and/or KVP-focused HIV programs
     Required: Minimum 1 year experience supervising, managing, or leading other M&E or data staff
     Required: Familiarity with PEPFAR-funded projects and related M&E components such as MER indicators and DATIM. Preferred: experience with CDC funded projects.
     Required: excellent computer skills, at minimum with Microsoft Access, Excel, Word, and Powerpoint. Preferred: Additional skills in statistical packages
     Fluent in reading, writing, and speaking both English and Kiswahili
     Good documentation skills and ability to follow standard procedures
     Able to maintain utmost confidentiality regarding beneficiaries’ health status and sensitive information contained in data
     Flexibility to work after normal working hours and weekends at any location
     Ability to work independently and travel extensively to remote areas, including islands
     Able to adapt to situations quickly and problem solve
     Ability to interact well with all targeted KVP groups and peer outreach volunteers by facilitating a nonjudgmental, nondiscriminatory, and non-stigmatizing environment in the program, to welcome all clients regardless of their background
     Preference given to candidates already living in the job location region.

    How to apply:

    Application Instructions:

    Qualified applicants should send their cover letter and CV by 10th November, 2017 via email to [email protected], mentioning in the subject line the Position Title and Job Location. Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Please do NOT attach any certificates when submitting online. ICAP is an equal opportunity employer, women are encouraged to apply. Tanzanians living and working abroad in the diaspora are encouraged to apply.

    Joba: Zonal M&E Advisor (covering Dar, Pwani, Tanga) – 1 position (Tanzania nationals only)

    Organization: ICAP
    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Closing date: 10 Nov 2017

    Position Title: Zonal M&E Advisor (covering Dar, Pwani, Tanga) – 1 position (Tanzania nationals only)
    Reports to: Zonal Project Manager (covering Dar, Pwani, Tanga)
    Job Location: Dar es Salaam
    Travel: Up to 70% in intervention districts

    Overall Job Function:

    The incumbent’s overall responsibilities include providing technical support in the planning and implementation of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities for the community-based HIV prevention program targeting KVP. The incumbent is responsible for overseeing and managing M&E activities for the regions in his/her respective Zone. S/he will work closely with his/her respective Zonal Project Manager and the central level M&E team.

    Specific Responsibilities and Duties:

     Provide technical assistance to ICAP supported regions within the zone in collaboration with R/CHMT members
     To coordinate with CHMTs and RHMTs to implement a district network approach for timely and regular reporting of key program indicators to NACP and donors
     Participate in hiring and supervision of Data Officers and other M&E staff in the regions within the zone.
     To build the capacity of personnel in the zone including ICAP staff and R/CHMTs to improve M&E systems
     Participate in implementation and evaluation of monitoring tools and data management
     Coordinate regional work plans and tracking of outputs
     Ensure that DQAs are carried out semi-annually according to DQA SOPs and that recommendations following the site DQA visit are implemented
     Assist to develop/refine M&E tools and data management systems as applicable
     Prepare site census and regular updates for the M&E team
     Prepare slides for the quarterly meetings and other data visualization outputs as required to share with all ICAP, R/CHMTs, sites, etc.
     Prepare Quarterly Review Meetings in collaboration with the Zonal Project Manager and Project Coordinators from the regions
     Address report queries and data requests in collaboration with central M&E team and Data Officers
     Provide technical guidance to Data Officers at regional level on M&E processes and ensure data collected and reported is timely, accurate, and well presented
     Perform any other duties as assigned by supervisor.

    Required Qualifications, Knowledge and Skills:

     Required: Degree or Advanced Diploma in data management, monitoring & evaluation, statistics, or related field; preference given to those who have experience with community-based HIV programs working with KVP.
     Required: Minimum 3 years’ experience with monitoring and evaluation of public health programs in HIV/AIDS including familiarity with MoHCDGEC/NACP reporting systems and DHIS. Preferred: Experience with M&E of community-based and/or KVP-focused HIV programs
     Required: Minimum 1 year experience supervising, managing, or leading other M&E or data staff
     Required: Familiarity with PEPFAR-funded projects and related M&E components such as MER indicators and DATIM. Preferred: experience with CDC funded projects.
     Required: excellent computer skills, at minimum with Microsoft Access, Excel, Word, and Powerpoint. Preferred: Additional skills in statistical packages
     Fluent in reading, writing, and speaking both English and Kiswahili
     Good documentation skills and ability to follow standard procedures
     Able to maintain utmost confidentiality regarding beneficiaries’ health status and sensitive information contained in data
     Flexibility to work after normal working hours and weekends at any location
     Ability to work independently and travel extensively to remote areas, including islands
     Able to adapt to situations quickly and problem solve
     Ability to interact well with all targeted KVP groups and peer outreach volunteers by facilitating a nonjudgmental, nondiscriminatory, and non-stigmatizing environment in the program, to welcome all clients regardless of their background
     Preference given to candidates already living in the job location region.

    How to apply:

    Application Instructions:

    Qualified applicants should send their cover letter and CV by 10th November, 2017 via email to [email protected], mentioning in the subject line the Position Title and Job Location. Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Please do NOT attach any certificates when submitting online. ICAP is an equal opportunity employer, women are encouraged to apply. Tanzanians living and working abroad in the diaspora are encouraged to apply.

    Job: Technical Officer, Program Innovation – 1 position (Tanzania nationals only)

    Organization: ICAP
    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Closing date: 10 Nov 2017

    Position Title: Technical Officer, Program Innovation – 1 position (Tanzania nationals only)
    Reports to: Technical Advisor, Combination Prevention (CP)
    Job Location: Dar es Salaam
    Travel: Up to 50% in intervention regions

    Overall Job Function:
    The incumbent will be responsible to provide technical assistance to program innovations and eHealth/mHealth components for the FIKIA project in all regions (Mwanza, Kagera, Geita, Simiyu, Dar es Salaam, Pwani, Tanga, Kigoma and Mara). S/he will work closely with the Technical Advisor – Combination Prevention in Dar es Salaam to create innovative strategies to ensure achievement of the UNAIDS 90-90-90 goals in the HIV cascade for targeted populations throughout FIKIA program.

    Specific responsibilities and duties:

     Assist in the planning, implementation, and quality improvement of FIKIA activities across Community Based HIV Services (CBHS) and key and vulnerable populations (KVP) in line with National Guideline and standards, specifically retention in care and viral load suppression.
     Assist the technical team in development and implementation of mHealth/eHealth systems in line with MoHCDGEC guidelines, including contributing to the development of edutainment materials and SMS/USSD appointment reminder/retention in care system.
     Assist technical team with data management and analysis to facilitate translation of data outcomes into programmatic improvement strategies through preparation of presentations, reports and ad hoc analyses.
     Assist the technical team manage and revise program SOPs, tools and job aids according to PEPFAR guidance, National Standards and program needs.
     Assist technical team in operationalization of demonstration projects and program evaluations related to retention in care and viral load suppression, to ensure implementation according to protocols, compliance with local and CUMC Institutional Review Boards and adherence to ethical standards and SOPs.
     Contribute to the development of manuscripts, reports, abstracts and presentations to disseminate results of program evaluations and demonstration projects.
     Work with technical team to coordinate and participate in supervision and monitoring visits to program sites.
     Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the supervisor.

    Required qualification, Knowledge and skills:

     Required: Masters level degree or higher in public health, health informatics or epidemiology. Preferred: Additional degree in a clinical discipline.
     Required: Minimum 2 years’ experience working in a health setting in Tanzania. Preferred: experience in fields related to HIV, gender, sexual reproductive health, TB, orphans and vulnerable children, and/or community health.
     Preferred: Previous experience in mHealth/eHealth systems development.
     Required: Strong computer skills: MS Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint. Preferred: Statistical software such as STATA, SAS, or SPSS.
     Excellent communication skills, including writing and presentation skills. Fluent in both Kiswahili and English.
     Ability to adapt to situations quickly and problem solve
     Ability to work independently and travel extensively to remote areas.
     Flexibility to work after normal working hours and weekends at informal gatherings and entertainment centres
     Ability to interact well with all targeted beneficiaries, health care workers, and volunteers by facilitating a non-judgmental, non-discriminatory, and non-stigmatizing environment in the program, and to welcome all clients regardless of their background
     Must be a Tanzanian Citizen.

    How to apply:

    Application Instructions:

    Qualified applicants should send their cover letter and CV by 10th November, 2017 via email to [email protected], mentioning in the subject line the Position Title and Job Location. Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Please do NOT attach any certificates when submitting online. ICAP is an equal opportunity employer, women are encouraged to apply. Tanzanians living and working abroad in the diaspora are encouraged to apply.

    Job: Technical Officer, Community Based HIV Services (CBHS) – 1 position (Tanzania Nationals Only)

    Organization: ICAP
    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Closing date: 10 Nov 2017

    Position Title: Technical Officer, Community Based HIV Services (CBHS) – 1 position (Tanzania Nationals Only)
    Reports to: Technical Advisor, Community Based HIV Services (CBHS)
    Location: Dar es Salaam
    Travel: Up to 70% in intervention regions

    Overall Job Function:

    The incumbent will be responsible to provide technical assistance to the community-based HIV testing and counselling (CBHTC) portfolio of the FIKIA project in all regions (Mwanza, Kagera, Geita, Simiyu, Dar es Salaam, Pwani, Tanga, Kigoma and Mara). S/he will work closely with the Technical Advisor – CBHS in Dar es Salaam to create innovative strategies to ensure achievement of UNAIDS 90-90-90 goals in the HIV cascade for targeted populations.

    Specific responsibilities and duties:

     Provide assistance with the planning, implementation and monitoring of the designed CBHTC program to achieve programmatic targets ensuring services follow National Guidelines and standards.
     Assist with monitoring the uptake of HIV testing and treatment including test-and-treat strategies and identify gaps to improve uptake of diagnosis, treatment initiation and linkage to care among targeted populations.
     Contribute to development and implementation of strategies to improve the provision of comprehensive community based services including opportunistic infection, TB, STI screening, family planning (FP) needs assessment and referrals.
     Assist technical team to strategize and support regions implement innovative approaches to index testing.
     Assist in regular monitoring regional supplies to ensure continuous availability and viability of commodities.
     Assist the technical team in improving feedback on referrals from health facilities and overall strengthening continuum of care.
     Assist the technical team to rollout new interventions and demonstration projects, such as Self Testing, maintain local and Columbia IRB approvals and ensure adherence of ethical standards and SOPs.
     Assist the technical team manage and revise program SOPs, tools and job aids according to PEPFAR guidance, National Standards and program needs.
     Contribute to the development of manuscripts, reports, abstracts and presentations to disseminate results of program evaluations and demonstration projects.
     Work with technical team to coordinate and participate in supervision and monitoring visits to program sites.
     Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the supervisor.

    Required qualification, Knowledge and skills:

     Required: Clinical Degree including MD, MBBS, or Bachelor of Nursing from a recognized academic institution. Preferred: Additional Masters level degree or higher in related discipline.
     Required: Minimum 2 years’ experience working in a health setting in Tanzania. Preferred: experience in fields related to HIV, gender, sexual reproductive health, TB, orphans and vulnerable children, and/or community health.
     Excellent communication skills, including writing and presentation skills. Fluent in both Kiswahili and English.
     Strong computer skills: MS Office.
     Ability to adapt to situations quickly and problem solve
     Ability to work independently and travel extensively to remote areas.
     Flexibility to work after normal working hours and weekends at informal gatherings and entertainment centres
     Ability to interact well with all targeted beneficiaries, health care workers, and volunteers by facilitating a non-judgmental, non-discriminatory, and non-stigmatizing environment in the program, and to welcome all clients regardless of their background
     Must be a Tanzanian Citizen.

    How to apply:

    Application Instructions:

    Qualified applicants should send their cover letter and CV by 10th November, 2017 via email to [email protected], mentioning in the subject line the Position Title and Job Location. Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Please do NOT attach any certificates when submitting online. ICAP is an equal opportunity employer, women are encouraged to apply. Tanzanians living and working abroad in the diaspora are encouraged to apply.

    Job: Tanzania Country Director and Clinical Training Project Manager

    Organization: SolidarMed
    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Closing date: 08 Dec 2017

    SolidarMed is a leading non-profit organization working to improve the health of people in rural Sub Saharan Africa. Working together with national partners to strengthen health systems and community capacities, we are committed to scientific evidence and policy dialogue both as foundations and objectives of our work.

    Tanzania Country Director and Clinical Training Project Manager

    Contract Type

    Fixed term appointment (minimum three years)

    Place of Assignment:

    Ifakara, Tanzania (with regular dislocations to the project sites in Ulanga, Malinyi, Mbulu District)

    Start of duties:

    As soon as possible, with a certain flexibility

    Organization:

    SolidarMed is a non-profit organization committed to improving the health of people in rural Sub-Saharan Africa. We combine clinical and public health interventions in favour of socio-economically disadvantaged rural populations We work with national partners to strengthen health systems and community capacities. Scientific evidence and policy dialogue are the foundation and objective of our work.

    Program Tanzania:

    In Tanzania, SolidarMed implements a thriving health program consisting of three pillars: (1) Quality of care at hospitals and decentralized health facilities with focus on maternal and child health, HIV and TB; (2) Human resources for health: preservice and in-service training, upgrading, retention measures; (3) Community based health program focusing on pregnant women and children.

    Within its country program, SolidarMed promotes implementation research to inform policy dialogue and knowledge exchange.

    The position comprises both the management of the project “Support to Edgar Maranta School of Nursing” (ca. 50% of working time) and the coordination of the country program (ca. 50% of working time).

    Key responsibilities as country coordinator:
    • Assume overall responsibility for the coordination, monitoring, budgeting, reporting and annual planning of the country program
    • Provide strategic and public health guidance and leadership to the program
    • Support and supervise the project managers
    • Oversee SolidarMed’s administrative support team (human resources, logistics, accounting)
    • Contribute to program and project development
    • Engage in local fundraising
    • Coordinate and link with partners, donors, stakeholders as well as with the SolidarMed head office; proactively seek potential new collaborations
    • Promote, support and participate in public health best practices, evidence-based interventions, implementation research and policy dialogue
    • Collaborate with national and international project and research partners: Ministry of Health Tanzania, Tanzania Training Center for International Health, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Ifakara Health Institute, Saint Francis University College in Health and Allied Sciences
    • The position does not include clinical work; however, options of part time clinical collaboration do exist for qualified candidates
    Key responsibilities as project manager
    • Assume overall responsibility for the implementation, management, monitoring, budgeting and reporting of the SolidarMed project “Edgar Maranta School of Nursing”
    • Actively contribute to the introduction of Clinical Instructors into the national training schedule
    • Actively contribute to the development of the next phase of the project
    • Identify research questions and conduct research activities as part of project implementation
    To best fit into our interdisciplinary team, we expect the following qualifications:
    • Advanced degree in health (medical or nursing) and a Master in Public Health
    • Good understanding and clinical experience of issues related to maternal and child health, and infectious diseases such as HIV, TB and malaria
    • Experience in a public health context in Sub-Saharan Africa, ideally at district level
    • Sound knowledge and experience of management and administration.
    • Accustomed to using project cycle management and project development tools
    • Good writing and reporting skills (in English)
    • Knowledge of and interest in principles and methods of operational research
    • Ability to assume leadership and responsibility in a team
    Language skills
    • Excellent English (written and spoken)
    • Basic Kiswahili. If not spoken: readiness to learn
    • German would be an asset
    Offer
    • SolidarMed offers an attractive benefit package commensurate with Swiss standards, professional development opportunities and stimulating linkages with competence networks
    • A professionally run, innovative health program in a rural African setting with a committed team
    • Semi-urban African setting; family posting possible; English Medium Primary and Secondary School
    How to apply:

    Application
    • Please send your application with CV and a short letter of motivation to: [email protected]
    • Deadline for application: 8th of December 2017
    • Applications are accepted in electronic format only, and with the reference “Tanzania Country Coordinator and Clinical Training Project Manager”
    • Only short-listed candidates will be contacted and invited for an interview
    • Further information can be obtained by calling Dr. Pfeiffer at SolidarMed or sending an email to [email protected] Please also indicate how you heard about the job posting (if internet please mention which site)

    Job: Associate Program Manager, East Africa

    What are we looking for?

    The basics
    • You have at least 3+ years of relevant work experience, including experience in program management and measurement of impact.
    • You have advanced skills in word processing, excel spreadsheet software and basic data analysis.
    • You are passionate about working on international health and private sector issues and are willing to work hard to make a difference in the lives of those we serve.
    • Developing country work experience required. Two years of prior work experience in a developing country preferred.
    • Significant fundraising and budget development experience.
    • Ability to work in a fast-paced team environment, and strong analytical/problem solving capabilities.
    • Ability to work on a variety of tasks and provide support wherever it is needed; no task is below you, but you're also willing and excited to stretch your skill set when needed
    • Knowledge of USAID, DFID, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Children's Investment Fund Foundation and the international donor community preferred.
    • You can impress us with your attention to detail and timeliness.
    • You don't wait to be told what to do. You see a need and you meet it; you're bold.
    • References will be required.
    • Must be authorized to work in the United States. B. PSI will not consider work visa sponsorship for this position.
    More info here (click)

    Job: Financing Commodity Analyst

    Organization: Abt Associates
    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Closing date: 25 Nov 2017

    Opportunity

    Abt Associate seeks a qualified Commodity Financing Analyst (CFA) to support the International Health Division in Tanzania.

    In June 2016, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Tanzania initiated the Global Health Supply Chain Technical Assistance – Tanzania (GHSC-TA-TZ) Program. GHSC supports the development of agile, robust, and sustainable health supply chains that will improve the availability of medicines and the health status of Tanzanians through the following objectives:
    Objective 1: Provide strategic planning and implementation assistance
    Objective 2: Improve delivery of health commodities at service sites
    Objective 3: Broaden stakeholders’ understanding of and engagement in the supply chain system
    Objective 4: Strengthen enabling environments to improve supply chain performance

    GHSC will achieve these objectives by optimizing the design of the supply chain, strengthening governance systems and stakeholder capacity to manage health commodities, fostering multi-stakeholder collaboration, and improving the use of supply chain performance data to address systemic challenges.

    Key Roles and Responsibilities
    • Identification of supply chain cost drivers and strategies to improve supply chain management efficiency
    • Determination of financial resources required for commodities supply chain operations in Tanzania
    • Articulation of resource mobilization strategies and reduction of anticipated financial gaps
    • Determination the implications of Direct Health Facility Financing on commodities management
    • Support of implementation of the supply chain results-based financing scheme
    • Support the HFS in coaching supply chain managers on costing methodologies required to identify cost drivers, and improve the efficiency of the supply chain
    • Support implementation of a study estimating the total health commodities/financial resources needed at the facility level
    • Contribute to mapping the sources of health commodity financing at the national level; for example, analyzing Ministry of Health annual budget to ascertain trends in allocation of funds to procurement of health commodities and supply chain management activities
    • Assist the HFS in the strategic communication activities conveying the impact of the commodity financing activities to relevant stakeholders
    • As a member of the project team, participate in annual reviews and project planning, and ensure accurate and timely submission of technical reporting and deliverables
    Preferred Skills / Prerequisites
    • Degree in Public Health, Public Affairs, Supply Chain or other relevant field.
    • Familiarity with the Tanzanian public health sector preferred.
    • Experience in health financing, supply chain, and resource mobilization preferred.
    • Excellent writing, computer, management and organizational skills required.
    • Strong interpersonal skills and communication skills, initiative, and good judgment needed.
    • Ability to anticipate and solve problems. Ability to plan, support, and execute daily tasks while remaining organized and focused on long-term deadlines and strategy.
    • Written/oral proficiency in English and Kiswahili.
    • Computer literacy (MS Office).
    Minimum Qualifications
    • ( 4+ ) years of experience OR the equivalent combination of education and experience.
    How to apply:

    To apply please visit: https://career4.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=51489&company=AbtPROD&username=

    Job: Mental Health Project Coordinator, Zanzibar

    Organization: Health Improvement Project Zanzibar
    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Closing date: 19 Nov 2017

    Organisation: Health Improvement Project Zanzibar
    Job title: Mental Health Project Coordinator
    Closing Date: 5pm (UK time) on 19 November 2017
    Interviews: TBC but likely to be held the week commencing 4 December 2017. Interviews can be held over Skype for international candidates.
    Reports to: HIPZ Programme Manager. Technical support provided by the HIPZ mental health UK team.
    Location: Stone Town, Zanzibar
    Duration: 36 months (with six months trial period in post)
    Organisational Profile

    Health Improvement Project Zanzibar (HIPZ), a UK charity established in 2006, has created a unique model of healthcare delivery in Zanzibar. Through an innovative collaboration with the Government of Zanzibar, HIPZ endeavours to strengthen the services provided in two rural hospitals. Since taking over the management of Makunduchi Hospital in the south of Zanzibar and Kivunge Hospital in the north, HIPZ has transformed health services for 300,000 people – a quarter of the population of Zanzibar. This has been achieved primarily through a unique collaborative approach, building on local capacity and the expertise of our volunteer doctors and other healthcare professionals.

    HIPZ has been working to improve mental health care in Zanzibar since 2014 with the initiation of weekly, nurse-led mental health service at both hospitals. HIPZ has been instrumental in increasing the awareness of mental distress and psychosocial disability within the Zanzibari community, as well as in the training and mentoring of Zanzibari clinical staff.

    HIPZ has acquired funding to expand our work and focus development on community based services that improve access to effective support for rural communities in the north and south of Unguja, Zanzibar. Key service developments will include access to psychological support based on a successful “Friendship Bench” model used in Southern Africa and improving collaboration with Zanzibar Ministry of Health recognised traditional healers. HIPZ will also focus on expansion of our clinical team, training of staff and community outreach via awareness raising and training.

    HIPZ is seeking an experienced, motivated individual with a track record of overseeing the delivery of large projects and capacity building in low resource health settings.
    About the Role:

    The successful candidate will be expected to
    • Lead on and manage the development and progression of all mental health programme initiatives as set out within the grant proposal
    • Manage the overall expenditure of the grant by coordinating the delivery of activities against project outcomes, on time and within budget
    • Coordinate and support our volunteer clinical staff
    • Liaise with project stakeholders including relevant individuals, the Ministry of Health, and external organisations
    • Initiate and develop working partnerships within community mental health
    • Work to develop efficient and appropriate evaluation and impact methodologies
    • Liaise with the grant benefactor and deliver on requests for outcome measures and reports
    • Conduct any other duties reasonably required by the role.
    Person specification:

    Essential
    • Proven record of managing and implementing large project grants in low resource settings
    • Passion for improving mental healthcare in low-income countries using community and rights based approaches
    • Previous experience of managing healthcare/social care staff
    • Experience working within a low resource healthcare setting in an international organisation, NGO and/or public sector
    • Postgraduate level relevant degree (health management, mental health or social care, development, etc) or relevant work experience
    • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with professionals at all levels in diverse settings
    • Exceptional written and oral communication skills
    • Experience and knowledge of research, ethics approval and data collection.
    • Willingness to learn Swahili / demonstrable skills in languages
    • Proficiency in English language
    • Good PC skills: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and appropriate project management software
    • Ability to commit for the full duration of the three year project
    • Valid driving licence
    Desirable
    • Experience working in mental health within a clinical setting
    • Experience working within East Africa
    • Proficiency in Swahili
    • Familiarity with The Friendship Bench model of care or other community based mental health interventions
    Benefits

    The salary will be in the region of 30,000,000 Tanzanian Shillings. Support will be provided to obtain relevant visas to live and work in Tanzania if required. The successful candidate will have access to a private car and petrol expenses for work.

    How to apply:

    Please send us your curriculum vitae and a supporting letter (maximum two sides of A4) outlining how you meet the person specifications. Please include details for two references with your application – please note that we will only contact referees with your permission. Ideally you will provide one clinical referee and your most recent employer.

    The successful candidate will need to have current documentation from their country of residence, equivalent to DBS clearance in the UK, demonstrating their suitability to work with children and vulnerable adults. Alternatively, if currently not covered by any documentation, they would need to meet the requirements of the Zanzibar Ministry of Health. Please state what clearance documentation you currently hold in your supporting letter.

    Please send your application to [email protected] no later than 5pm on 19 November 2017.

    Consultancy - Call of Interest for applications to build a roster of local consultants for Economic policy analysis

    Organization: UN Children's Fund
    Country: Italy
    Closing date: 03 Dec 2017

    If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you.

    For 70 years, UNICEF has been working on the ground in 190 countries and territories to promote children's survival, protection and development. The world's largest provider of vaccines for developing countries, UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, good water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and AIDS. UNICEF is funded entirely by the voluntary contributions of individuals, businesses, foundations and governments.

    Terms of Reference to build a roster of local consultants for economic policy analysis

    UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti

    1.Background

    The UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti (OoR) undertakes research- and study- related activities to ensure that high quality research contributes to evidence-informed policy making within UNICEF activity programming as well as to evidence informed policy design by its partners.

    Research on child wellbeing in low-, middle- and high-income countries is at the heart of the agenda of the Social and Economic Policy (SEP) section with the Office of Research Innocenti. Research activities are carried out in three main streams:

    •Impact evaluation of cash transfers and other social protection policy interventions on child wellbeing in low- and middle-income countries (Transfer Project);
    •Multidimensional child poverty measurement in low-, middle- and high-income countries (Child Poverty);
    •Analysis of child well-being and policies in middle- and high-income countries (Innocenti Report Card).

    The purpose of this call is to solicit applications from individuals who are interested in working with the SEP unit in a consulting capacity.Following the close of this call, an initial screening and short list will be made, from which selected candidates will be interviewed by SEP senior staff. Approved applicants will be placed on a pre-approved roster which will remain valid for a period of 36 months. It is expected that at least one candidate from each stream will be hired in Q1 of 2018, with additional positions being hired throughout the year.

    2.Duration of roster-based consultancies:

    Consultancy arrangements may range from 6 weeks to 11.5 months, depending on demand, project specifications and funding availability, with options for extension and contract renewals, and will be subject to UNICEF General Conditions of Contracts for the Services of Consultants / Individual Contractors.

    3.Supervision and work arrangements:

    Consultants who are selected from the roster will work under the supervision of the Chief of the Social and Economic Policy Unit and other senior staff in the unit. Long term consultants will be locally recruited and will need to have / get a valid permit of stay in Italy and will work an average of 18-20 days per month at the OoR premises in a shared office. The Office of Research will not cover travel expenses to take on the assignment.The work may include incidental travel to participate in field work, workshops or conferences; such travel will be governed by UNICEF travel policies for consultants.

    4.Specifications by research streams

    Consultants will work under the supervision of the Chief of Social and Economic Policy and other senior staff in the SEP unit.

    a)Transfer Project

    We are seeking consultants who can support research carried out under the Transfer Project at a range of levels (MA, pre-doc, post-doc and senior researchers). Thematic areas under which the Transfer Project is currently working include 1) cash transfers in development settings; 2) cash plus and system linkages; and 3) social protection in fragile/humanitarian settings. Current impact evaluations carried out under the Transfer Project with UNICEF Innocenti involvement include Ghana, Malawi, Kenya, Zambia, Tanzania and Zimbabwe. New countries may join the Transfer Project portfolio over the period of the consultancy. More information on the Transfer Project initiative and outputs can be found here: https://transfer.cpc.unc.edu/

    The consultant(s) will carry out analysis of already collected data to provide rigorous evidence on the impact of national cash transfers programmes in SSA on a range of household, adolescent, and child outcomes related to development and protection. In addition, the consultant(s) may support new and on-going data collection efforts as needed. While staff in SEP currently work primarily on empirical evaluations and analysis, we are seeking to recruit for two methodological streams: 1) quantitative researchers and 2) qualitative researchers, to complement current ongoing and future work. Individuals with mixed methods competencies can specify their availability for both work streams.

    Specific activities may include:

    •Questionnaire and protocol preparation, enumerator training, fieldwork observation, and report writing related to new and on-going data collection efforts;
    •Data cleaning and analysis;
    •In-depth country-level analysis and manuscript writing related to impacts of cash transfers on child, adolescent, and household well-being and examine pathways of impact;
    •Cross-country comparative research on the impacts of cash transfers on child, adolescent and/or household well-being outcomes, including food security, schooling, mental health, transition to adulthood, child nutritional status, violence, child labor, and more;
    •Dissemination of research findings including production of briefs, blogs and presentation at workshops, conferences and other events;
    •Contribution to proposal and funding efforts for additional research streams under the Transfer Project, as well as current grant reporting;
    •Capacity building of Transfer Project partners and UNICEF Country Office staff around research and evaluation methods related to Transfer Project evaluation case studies.

    b)Child Poverty

    The consultant will carry out multidimensional child poverty analysis in national and cross-national contexts as well as methodological work into child poverty measurement.

    Specific activities include:
    •Data cleaning and analysis in Stata; producing figures/tables and drafting reports, working papers and journal articles.
    •Statistical and econometric analysis of micro-data from household budget or living standards measurement surveys; Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys; Demographic and Health Surveys, and other large-scale household surveys. Country-level and cross-country analysis of drivers and correlates of multidimensional child poverty, as well as analysis of the dynamics of multidimensional child poverty and overlapping deprivations across longitudinal data. 
    •Theoretical and methodological improvements to multidimensional child poverty measurement; including extensions of child poverty measurement, such as, for example: expanding the dimensions and/or indicators included in multidimensional child poverty measures; adjusting standard multidimensional child poverty measures to special contexts such as humanitarian, fragile or conflict affected countries or special populations such as refugees, children left behind, and so forth).
    •Contribute to the development and completion of an analytical framework integrating MDCP, public finance for children (PF4C) and fiscal incidence analysis (FIA) in as many countries as possible.
    •Conduct analytical work comparing MDCP and monetary child poverty and improve our understanding of their linkages and differences.
    •Participate in the analysis of global monetary child poverty in conjunction with the World Bank.
    •Organize and conduct, when strategically desirable, training workshops to UNICEF and government teams on issues related to Multidimensional Child Poverty (MDCP);Contribution to proposal and funding efforts for additional research on child poverty;

    c)Innocenti Report Card

    In keeping with UNICEF's global mandate to advocate for the rights of all the world’s children, the longstanding Innocenti Report Card series focuses on the well-being of children in industrialized countries. Designed to appeal to a wide audience while maintaining academic rigour, Innocenti Report Cards include one or more league tables ranking the countries in the European Union (EU) and/or the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) according to their record on the subject studied. The consultant will support the production of Innocenti Report Card 15 on the topic of equality of educational opportunity for children in rich countries by carrying out background research and (co-)authoring working papers, research briefs and journal articles; liaising with Report Card stakeholders within and outside UNICEF; and contributing to the production, release and dissemination of the Report Card.

    Specific activities include:

    •Survey data cleaning and analysis in Stata; producing figures and tables for Report Card 15; maintaining Excel databases of indicators, figures, data sources, etc. 
    •Contributing to at least one background paper that will feed directly into the contents of Report Card 15, including micro-data analysis, preparation of figures and tables, sourcing the literature for the literature review, and drafting the text. 
    •Contributing to the organization of and participating in two advisory board meetings; taking part in conference calls and webinars with Report Card stakeholders.
    •Checking proofs of the Report Card; drafting country notes; responding to queries from the Communication team (e.g. fact checking all Report Card related promotional materials) and other stakeholders (including the media and the public).
    •Dissemination of research findings including production of briefs, blogs and presentation at workshops, conferences and other events;

    5.Qualifications and/or specialized knowledge/experience required and desirable for being included in the roster

    a)quantitative streams: Transfer Project, Child Poverty and Report Card

    At least a Master degree in statistics, economics, public policy or related field
    Demonstrated experience at analysing large-scale household survey data, preferably in regard to children’s outcomes; experience with longitudinal data an asset
    Ability to carry out statistical analyses autonomously
    Excellent analytical skills and advanced quantitative skills
    Ability to organize own work and to carry out a research project with limited supervision according to deadlines 
    Ability to speak and write fluently in English
    Excellent knowledge of Stata and other statistical packages
    Willingness to undertake project-related travel

    Desirable:
    Current knowledge of key issues in international development policy, notably as these are related to multidimensional child poverty, social policies and development assistance
    Experience with field work and data collection
    Recent (high quality) publications on relevant topics 
    Knowledge of fiscal incidence analysis
    Experience of analysing data from international school-based surveys of student achievement (e.g. PISA, TIMMS, PIRLS).
    Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationships both within and outside the organisation.
    Fluency in other languages, including non-UN languages

    b)qualitative stream: Transfer Project

    At least a Master degree in public policy, sociology, anthropology, public health or related field
    Demonstrated experience at analysing diverse forms of qualitative data (participatory research, key informant interviews, focus groups), preferably in regard to children’s outcomes
    Ability to carry out analyses autonomously, including hypothesis building and thematic analysis
    Ability to organize own work and to carry out a research project with limited supervision according to deadlines 
    Ability to speak and write fluently in English
    Knowledge and competency in at least one qualitative analysis software (Nvivo, Atlas TI or others)
    Willingness to undertake project-related travel

    Desirable:
    Current knowledge of key issues in international development policy, notably as these are related to social policies
    Experience with field work and qualitative data collection (including development of interview guides and enumerator training) in developing settings such as sub-Saharan Africa or the Middle East 
    Recent (high quality) qualitative or mixed-methods publications on relevant topics 
    Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationships both within and outside the organisation.
    Fluency in other languages, including non-UN languages

    6.Instructions for applicants

    To apply, please submit your CV and an application cover letter indicating:

    •availability (including start date and duration)
    •preferred location of work (including your willingness to relocate to Florence)
    •preferred work stream (Transfer Project: Quantitative or qualitative; Child Poverty or Report Card), note applicants can apply simultaneously to more than one work stream, 
    •all-inclusive daily rate in $USD in the financial proposal tab
    •contact details (including emails and telephone numbers) of two professional referees.

    Any application missing these elements will not be considered.

    To view our competency framework, please click here.

    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organisation.

    How to apply:


    UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=508593

    Job: United Republic of Tanzania: Operations Manager

    Organization: Save the Children
    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Closing date: 17 Nov 2017

    Operations Manager

    Save the Children is the world's leading independent organisation for children. We work in 120 countries. We save children's lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfil their potential.

    We work together, with our partners, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.

    We have over two million supporters worldwide and raised 1.9 billion dollars last year to reach more children than ever before, through programmes in health, nutrition, education, protection and child rights, also in times of humanitarian crises.

    Following a major transition, our international programmes are now delivered through a merged operation with 15,000 staff, managed through seven regional hubs and reporting to a relatively small, central office. We're changing to become more efficient, more aligned, a better partner, a stronger advocate, a magnet for world-class people and relevant for the 21st century.

    Role Purpose:

    The purpose of the role (60%) is to lead the Emergency Response and Preparedness in the Tanzania Country Office by ensuring that high quality, experienced personnel are deployed at speed and scale when and where emergency strikes and the CO is prepared to initiate response to any new disasters. The post holder will manage the Save the Children (Kigoma area) emergency response and analyse opportunities for growth in collaboration with the Director Program Implementation, and Country Director. In addition, with estimated 40% effort the Operations Manager will provide management and oversight of the implementation of all the awards in Dar es Salaam (DeS). She/he will be based out of DeS to represent and advocate for Save the Children's work, and organizational priorities with a wide range of external parties including government representatives, communities, donors, UN and other humanitarian agencies operating in the area. She/he will provide leadership and guidance to the programme team comprising of different sectors, currently: Child Protection, Child Rights Governance, Health/Adolescents and Education.

    Contract Duration: 1 Year

    Location: Dar es Salaam /Kibondo

    Qualifications
    • Extensive experience of working within a senior management role within a complex country programme in an emergency response or fragile state.
    • Previous experience of managing programme teams in large-scale first phase emergency response is essential.
    • Experience in sectors of CP, CRG, Education and Health/youth programming will be considered as strong assets as well as practical knowledge of child participation methodologies.
    • Strong technical grasp of Project Management (diploma, accreditation) will be considered an asset.
    • Five years of relevant area work experience or equivalent.
    • Experience in building relationships, fostering interagency coordination and experience of representing an organisation to external parties.
    • Education: MA / MSc level in development studies, humanitarian leadership, social sciences (or equivalent field experience).
    • Experience of managing multi-donor, multi-site programmes (including ECHO, DFID, BPRM, FFO and OFDA) of USD 2m+ in a first and second phase response at regional or country level.
    • Experience of media representation and advocacy.
    • Experience of M&E and beneficiary accountability systems in large complex programmes.
    • Proven ability to influence change at an operational level.
    • Politically and culturally sensitive with qualities of patience, tact and diplomacy.
    • A high level of written and spoken English.
    • A commitment to the mission, vision and values of Save the Children.
    Please apply in English saving your CV and covering letter as a single document. To see a full a job description, please visit our website at www.savethechildren.net/jobs

    We need to keep children safe so our selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse. Employment is subject to our Child protection standards including background checks and adherence to our Child Safeguarding Policy

    Save the Children is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to employ and assign the best qualified talent.

    Disclaimer: Save the Children International does not charge any kind of fee at whichever stage of the recruitment process and does not act through recruitment agents

    How to apply:

    Please follow this link to apply: http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=bW9uaWNhLjU4ODcyLjM4MzBAc2F2ZXRoZWNoaWxkcmVuYW8uYXBsaXRyYWsuY29t

    Job: Welding and Fabrication Advisor - TVET

    Organization: Voluntary Service Overseas
    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Closing date: 31 Jan 2018

    The Welding and Fabrication Adviser will work with Vocational Education and Training Authority (VETA) teachers to provide advice, coaching and where possible support other workshops in welding and fabrication related operations.

    Ideal Applicant SummaryProfessional qualifications and experience: Essential Degree or Diploma in Engineering (Welding and fabrication), Diploma in Vocational training or QTS certification Have at least three years in welding maintenance department of a factory or an establishment such as a hospital, public utility company or office building. Have at least two years experience in practical vocational training Desirable: Good organizational and interpersonal skills Experience of working in a developing country. Experience of working in Low resource settings

    How to apply:

    Please follow this link to apply: http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=amFzYW50ZS4zNjc3My4zODMwQHZzby5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

    Job: Motor Vehicle Mechanics Adviser - TVET

    Organization: Voluntary Service Overseas
    Country: United Republic of Tanzania
    Closing date: 31 Dec 2017

    The Volunteer will work collaboratively with teachers under the motor vehicle mechanics workshop within VETA (Vocational Education and Training Authority) in Mtwara and Lindi to improve the standards of the motor vehicle workshop. She/he will also support other advisors within the project on delivery of project objectives.

    Ideal Applicant SummaryProfessional qualifications and experience: Essential Degree and/ Diploma in Vocational training or QTS certification with particular experience in motor vehicle mechanics. Have at least two years experience in vocational training Experience in repair and maintenance of both light and heavy vehicles with use of diagnostic digital system to detect faults.

    Desirable Good organizational and interpersonal skills Experience of working in a developing country. Experience in working with poor communities and community institution.

    How to apply:

    Please follow this link to apply: http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=amFzYW50ZS44MDMzNi4zODMwQHZzby5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

    Aids Fonds is looking for senior policy officer s– sex work programme in 16 countries

    Organization: Aids Fonds
    Country: Netherlands
    Closing date: 13 Nov 2017

    Our vision is the end of AIDS in a world where all people affected by HIV and STIs access prevention, treatment, care and support. Working with Aidsfonds - Soa Aids Nederland, allows you to use and develop your skills in an environment with social relevance. Over 140 highly motivated people work at our offices in Amsterdam.

    Globally, female sex workers are 13.5% more likely to be living with HIV than other women of reproductive age. Modelling studies indicate that decriminalizing sex work could lead to a 46% reduction in new HIV infections in sex workers over 10 years; eliminating sexual violence against sex workers could lead to a 20% reduction in new HIV infections. Sex workers are often stigmatized, marginalized and criminalized by the societies in which they live. In various ways, these factors contribute to their vulnerability to HIV. This lack of protection leaves sex workers open to abuse, violence and rape, creating an environment which can facilitate HIV transmission.

    The Aidsfonds sex work program supports countries to address these structural barriers and ensure sex workers’ human rights are uphold and comprehensive package of HIV and health services for sex workers through community led approaches are sufficiently supported. The program is operated by a team of fourteen people. Together we coordinate the national program and several international programs: ‘Hands Off!’ is focusing on countering violence against sex workers in the south of Africa; our lobby and advocacy programme for sex workers, ‘Partnership to Inspire, Transform and Connect the HIV response (PITCH)’; and ‘Bridging the Gaps (BtG)’ is focusing on health and human rights for ‘key populations’. The sex work program is implementing these programs with partners in the field (sex worker led organisations and service providers) in 16 countries (Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, Mozambique, Nigeria, Myanmar, Indonesia, Vietnam, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan and the Netherlands). We are looking for several new temporary colleagues (including maternity leave replacement) to support our team.
    Policy officers– sex work programme

    (32 hours per week) ranging from 8-12 months, starting date preferable : 1 Dec 2017The Policy Officers within the sex work program are responsible for the overall coordination of one of the main programmes (HandsOff!, PITCH or BtG) and the (internal and external) alignment and cooperation with alliance partners and other (inter)national actors and programs. Each policy officers is also responsible for the practical implementation in 2-3 countries and for guiding and supporting program officers and the program assistants.

    Main tasks and responsibilities
    • Develops and implements the strategy for the sex work programme (BtG, PITCH or Hands Off!) –in close collaboration with colleagues, partner organisations and experts in the field
    • Overall project management and responsible of adequate implementation of one or more of the above mentioned multi-stakeholder projects and programs: project cycle management, contract management, frequent (Skype) meetings with partners, technical guidance, dissemination of lessons and special initiatives eg. Partner meetings and research
    • Represents Aidsfonds and the sex work program in international and regional working groups and alliance meetings; presents at high-level meetings and facilitates (partner) events on sex work and sex workers’ health and rights
    • Analyses trends and new funding opportunities for work in the areas of HIV, human rights, key populations and sex work. Uses research findings into innovative interventions and concrete policies and implementation, and collaborates with research institutes and universities
    • Is responsible for the implementation of the Bridging the Gaps, PITCH or Hands Off! sex work programme in 2-3 countriesYour salary will be between € 2.959 en € 4.568 gross per month (36 hours). You will be offered a temporary contract for a specific amount of months.
    Experience and competences
    • At least five years of experience in managing and coordinating multi-country programs in a senior role
    • Experience with multi-year budgeting, including developing and coordinating an annual programme budget and supporting partners with annual work plans and budgets
    • Strategic thinking, planning, writing and presenting skills
    • Creative, driven and result oriented; networker who establishes and fosters connections between people from diverse contexts, communities and projects
    • Experience in working in complex international environments with small, community-led organisations. Knowledge of, and prior engagement with the sex worker movement and the field of HIV, human rights and key populations is an asset. Experience in working with and building capacity of small grass-roots organisations is essential, for in the form of field monitoring visits.
    • Coordinating programmes with a different range of stakeholders, such as research institutes, consultants, local governments, regional (and global) networks and other (inter)national NGOs. Experience with contract management and ToR development.
    • Fluency in English, verbal and written. A working knowledge of Dutch and a third language (Russian and/or Portuguese) is an asset
    • Willingness to travel regularly (6 trips/year) to implementing countries
    • Relevant master’s degree in the field of human rights, public health, and/or international relations or organisational management studies Policy
    • Aids Fonds – Soa Aids Nederland aim to a diverse workforce with a balanced representation of women and men, ages, sexual orientation and ethnic background. We particularly encourage applications from qualified candidates who are living with HIV and/or from the sex worker community.
    More information?

    Please go to our website www.aidsfonds.nl and to www.hivgaps.org for more information. You can also contact Sally Hendriks, programme manager ([email protected]) or Lynn Werlich, Policy officer ([email protected]).

    How to apply?

    You can only apply via the Aidsfonds website. Please send a motivation letter and CV via:http://soa-aids-nederland.onlinevacatures.nl/en/Vacancy/Apply/90143

    Please respond before Monday, 13 November. The interviews will be held in week 47.