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The Data Visualization Specialist will support Jhpiego global projects and TLI by developing high-quality, innovative, and user-friendly data visualizations and information graphics. Candidates must possess creative and adaptive thinking skills, be resourceful, and have a passion for visually conveying complex information and analytic findings through polished and engaging reports and visuals.
The Data Visualization Specialist will work collaboratively with technical and program teams to respond to and address data visualization requests. They will need to be able to clearly communicate data insights through project briefs, data visualizations, interactive charts and dashboards, information graphics, and other tools for multiple audiences (advocates, implementers, policy makers, donors, etc.) They will identify the best opportunities to integrate visual design skills into data analysis, ensuring that data presented are accurate, accessible, engaging, actionable, innovative, and relevant to target audiences.
The Technical Management Officer will support coordination across workstreams of the Maternal Newborn Health (MNH) Knowledge Exchange Platform (KEP). The MNH KEP seeks to align global maternal and newborn health advocacy, metrics, financing and action in support of accelerated improvements in MNH and well-being in low and middle-income countries (LMICs).
Inclusive of a bi-annual conference series and an online Knowledge Hub and guided by an international Steering Committee of 20 thought leaders, the MNH KEP will enable the MNH community to effectively and efficiently share new evidence, identify opportunities and gaps, track progress, cultivate supportive networks, and galvanize energy in the MNH community.
The Technical Management Officer will contribute to management and coordination of the Steering Committee, support development of and on-going content creation and digital outreach for the Knowledge Hub and will support overall project management to ensure project components are well planned and aligned.
Program Officer I will work under the guidance of the Program Officer II, Management and Capacity Building PMU-PMA and the Project Director for PMU-PMA, to provide overall project management support for PMA, and build management capacity of local implementing partners. The Program Officer I will support the POII to provide overall project management for PMA ensuring that good project management practices and tools are being used to stay on scope, schedule, and budget for the core and country supported activities. PMA will be implemented across multiple countries and will scale up over time to additional countries. The PO I, will take the lead on management of country implementation in at least three geographies with potential additional countries as the project scales up. The Program Officer will also monitor overall management of the sub-awardees and build the long-term management capacity of local organizations.
The PO I, will also need to work closely with Jhpiego PMA staff in-country, Jhpiego Program Officers, Senior Program Coordinators, Finance Managers, sub-awardees, and the staff at Bill & Melinda Gates Institute at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health which will lead the technical portion of PMA.
Program Officer I (PO) needed to provide quality administrative project management and day-to-day support for a UNITAID–funded project, Transforming Intermittent Preventive Treatment for Optimal Pregnancy (TIPTOP). This is a five-year project to scale up an innovative, community-based approach to expand coverage of intermittent preventive treatment in pregnancy (IPTp) for pregnant women in four countries: Democratic Republic of Congo, Madagascar, Mozambique and Nigeria. More information can be found at: www.tiptopmalaria.org.
PO will support the Senior Program Officer with monitoring project timelines, budgets, activities, deliverables and reporting in compliance with Unitaid and Jhpiego. Serve as a liaison between Jhpiego headquarters and country teams and support systems for communication, program monitoring and reporting, streamlining processes for compliance with JHU and donor requirements. Assist country office staff in implementation and reporting efforts, as per project objectives and guidelines. Monitor project progress and milestones as per project Gantt chart. Manage core and country work plan and budgeting development and review process. Support country teams in management of monthly Power BI activity trackers and provide follow up support for planning and project spending. Facilitate and manage HQ and country level procurement including coordination with procurement and shipping agents. Provide logistical and planning support to regional and high-level meetings. Assist with conference and event planning including leading the coordination and execution of the Regional Program Learning Meeting. Contribute to management of TIPTOP material development including contributing to development and managing the editing, formatting and dissemination of materials. Mentor Senior Program Coordinator (SPC) with administrative tasks as needed and support these tasks in absence of SPC. Assist with the coordination of high-level partner and donor meetings, development of action plans based on project meetings and monitor progress through completion. Monitor and maintain KM system for project, including Microsoft Teams, One Drive, SharePoint and the TIPTOP website. Manage US paid Sub-awards and oversee reporting and regular payments. Represent TIPTOP at project, country, organizational and technical meetings. Serve as liaison to other departments within Jhpiego, including Global Program Operations country backstopping teams.
Program Officer II needed to support Momentum 2A, including supporting work planning; technical and program support to teams and working groups; financial oversight and sub-award management; operations and administration.
MOMENTUM 2A is a five year USAID funded global award, that will work in tandem with country governments and local nongovernmental organizations to provide targeted technical and capacity development assistance, and contribute to the global technical leadership and policy dialogue on improving measurable outcomes for maternal, reproductive, newborn and child health, and voluntary family planning.
Proposal Coordinator serves as a hub for enabling the New Program Development (NPD) team to reach its full potential in pursuit of Jhpiego’s mission. This position coordinates agreements and contracts and provides research, knowledge management, reporting, proposal and operational support the team.
The Program Manager will provide vision, overall technical and programmatic leadership, and managerial oversight for the Unitaid-funded Scale Up Cervical Cancer Elimination with Secondary Prevention Strategy (SUCCESS) project in Guatemala under which Jhpiego is a subrecipient. The Program Manager will also serve as the senior most project representative of Jhpiego in Guatemala and reports to the Country Representative. The Program Manager will ensure the timely, efficient, and cost-effective implementation and reporting, as well as the strategic, programmatic, technical, and financial integrity of the project. This project is expected to last through at least November 2022.
Sr. Finance Manager will provide leadership in overseeing the financial and contractual aspects of Jhpiego’s global programs finance unit, including leads and proposals, start-up, implementation and control, monitoring and evaluation, close-out and cross-cutting GPO functions. The Sr. Finance Manager is part of the Global Programs Finance Unit Management Team working closely with the Director of the Global Programs Finance Unit, Program Staff, and Jhpiego’s Country offices to ensure accurate financial, contractual and administrative reporting to the management team and to agencies external to Jhpiego. This includes ensuring financial systems and reports are compatible with standard Jhpiego accounting practices and follow donor rules and regulations.
Sr. Finance Manager provides financial guidance to the GPO Management Team, Jhpiego’s Program Managers, Country Directors, and agencies external to Jhpiego, particularly partner organizations. Work closely with both the Global Programs Finance Unit’s leadership to ensure that resources are appropriately allocated and tracked (including earmarks) and that expenditures are in line with available funding. Provide capacity building, coaching and mentoring of junior finance staff and local partners by developing learning activities and materials to support capacity building. Contribute to staff orientation and technical updates to ensure staff possess excellent knowledge of technical area and approaches.
Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer (CNMO), needed to play a pivotal and collaborative role in providing clinical strategic guidance to the headquarters LT, TLI, GPO, GHR, GECO, NPD and Country Offices. This includes guiding Directors and technical advisors on how and when to take evidence to action, ensuring that decisions are being made using current and reliable sources. CNMO will actively brokers and nurtures institutional relationships within the Johns Hopkins University as well as nationally, regionally and globally. CNMO will also position Jhpiego as a credible leader within the University, with donors, global public health agencies and professional associations, including but not limited to the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, WHO, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNAIDS, ACOG FIGO, The G4Alience and COSECSA. The CNMO role is funded at 30-50% level of effortand will report to the Vice President, Technical Leadership and Innovations (TLI).
Chief Medical Officer (CMO), needed to play a pivotal and collaborative role in providing clinical strategic guidance to the headquarters LT, TLI, GPO, GHR, GECO, NPD and Country Offices. This includes guiding Directors and technical advisors on how and when to take evidence to action, ensuring that decisions are being made using current and reliable sources. CMO will actively brokers and nurtures institutional relationships within the Johns Hopkins University as well as nationally, regionally and globally. CMO will also position Jhpiego as a credible leader within the University, with donors, global public health agencies and professional associations, including but not limited to the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, WHO, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNAIDS, ACOG FIGO, The G4Alience and COSECSA. The CMO role is funded at 30-50% level of effortand will report to the Vice President, Technical Leadership and Innovations (TLI).