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Sr. Communications Specialist will provide cross cutting communications support across the Reaching Impact, Saturation, and Epidemic Control (RISE) Projects’s HIV and COVID response efforts. This includes serving as the primary communications focal person supporting RISE’s central level communications priorities and liaising with and providing support to communications teams within RISE’s country programs.
RISE is a 5-year global project funded by the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). RISE works with countries to achieve a shared vision of attaining and maintaining HIV epidemic control, with stronger local partners capable of managing and achieving results through sustainable, self-reliant, and resilient health systems. RISE provides HIV and COVID response support to national and sub-national health systems through strategic technical assistance and direct service delivery to improve prevention, case finding and treatment programming in supported countries. The RISE consortium is led by Jhpiego in partnership with ICAP at Columbia University (ICAP), Management Sciences for Health (MSH), ANOVA Health Institute (ANOVA), BAO Systems, JHU Center for Public Health and Human Rights (JHU), and Mann Global Health (MGH).
The Sr. Program Coordinator will work in close collaboration with the Program Officer, Finance Manager, and representatives from different Jhpiego departments (e.g., Contracts Management Compliance Division [CMCD], Travel, Procurement, Global External Communications Office [GECO]) to support teams in select fragile countries to successfully implement projects. The Senior Program Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that administrative tasks are completed. The exact support needed will vary by country, but will likely include: US-based procurement, processing contracts, setting up payments from US, setting up meetings, taking notes, reviewing/editing reports, minor translation needs for certain countries, etc.
Working with the New Program Development (NPD), Program, Technical, External Communications, Finance and Human Resources teams worldwide, the Partnerships Director will focus on mobilizing corporate and foundation resources in support of Jhpiego’s mission. This includes serving on the NPD leadership group, working directly with the President and CEO, Leadership Team and Country Directors and formulating and executing related organizational strategy to fund Jhpiego’s most exciting, forward thinking technical and programmatic priorities. Director serves as Jhpiego’s in-house ‘expert’ for corporate and foundation fundraising, and stewards the development of partnerships across Jhpiego geographies and technical areas. Director will also integrate/leverage corporate and foundation funding with other funding streams, such as the US Government, bilateral, multi-lateral and innovative finance mechanisms. This position will assist Jhpiego to successfully implement its Strategic Plan by leading efforts to build internal capacity to position, cultivate and effectively solicit corporate and foundation sponsors to save lives, improve health and transform futures around the globe.
We seek a creative, pro-active and passionate professional with a growth mindset who thrives on playing a key role turning ideas into action, working with and through technical and multi-disciplinary teams. The successful candidate will excel at putting structure around ambiguous opportunities, facilitating ways forward to secure strategic funding, and converting prospects into leads which translate into winning proposals. Ideal candidate will be skilled at building capacity across the organization in assessing and developing strategic US and international corporate and foundation relationships and prospects that lead to grant/contract awards. Ideal candidate will also possess superlative external relations, communications, internal coaching and facilitation skills in addition to core competencies in developing and refining theories of change, drafting compelling proposal content and sharpening draft narrative.
All candidates should include a cover letter and resume with their application.
Jhpiego seeks a Project Finance and Administration Director to oversee the financial planning, management and reporting activities for a recently-awarded USAID integrated health project in Burkina Faso. The project aims to reduce malaria morbidity and mortality, as well as strengthen access to and the quality of care for the most vulnerable populations – women and children – across multiple service entry points and across the continuum of care. This includes strengthening the capacity of health providers to deliver high quality management, diagnosis, and treatment of malaria cases. The project will operate over an anticipated five-year period.
The Project Finance and Administration (F&A) Director will work closely with the Chief of Party, Executive Management Team, Global Program Staff, and project country office to ensure timely and accurate financial, contractual and administrative management, representation, analyses and reporting to the project management team, partners and agencies external to Jhpiego. S/he will be responsible for the oversight of budgeting, monitoring and performance of all funding streams for the project. The F&A Director will also ensure financial systems and reports are compatible with standard accounting practices and follow Johns Hopkins University and Jhpiego policies, as well as USAID rules and regulations. S/he will provide capacity building, coaching and mentoring of finance staff worldwide, and local partners, by developing learning activities and materials to support capacity building. This position is directly accountable for the financial, contractual and administrative compliance of the award. Burkinabe nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.
Sr. Program Coordinator will work in close collaboration with the Momentum Country and Global leadership project team and representatives from different Jhpiego departments (e.g., Contracts Management Compliance Division [CMCD], Travel, Procurement, Global External Communications Office [GECO]) to support the project. SPC is responsible for ensuring that administrative and program tasks are completed on schedule and with quality. The exact support needed will vary by technical team needs, but will likely include: US-based procurement, processing contracts, setting up payments from US, setting up meetings, taking notes, reviewing/editing reports, minor translation needs for certain countries, setting up trackers, updating trackers etc.
Jhpiego has partnered with the Baltimore City Health Department (BCHD) to staff and train their COVID-19 Mobile Vaccine workforce. Focusing on vaccine equity, Jhpiego and the BCHD are committed to focused, culturally responsive outreach to ensure access to and acceptance of COVID-19 vaccine by all Baltimoreans through strategic implementation of mobile vaccine clinics. The COVID-19 Mobile Vaccine program engages Baltimore City community members, ambassadors, and leaders to bring culturally responsive COVID-19 vaccine to priority populations through mobile clinics while also working to address vaccine acceptance and uptake among these groups throughout Baltimore.
The Baltimore City COVID-19 Data Manager will lead a team of data analysts and data entry clerks to enter, analyze, and coordinate large quantities of data from multiple sources and streams in support of Baltimore City’s COVID-19 vaccination program. This position will support the VALUE (Vaccine Access and Acceptance Lives in Unity, Education and Engagement) Communities Team, which aims to ensure equitable COVID-19 vaccine distribution across Baltimore; and will work closely with the Mobile Vaccine Team, which enables access to and uptake of COVID-19 by bringing vaccine closer to Baltimore City communities through the provision of mobile vaccination clinics. The Data Manager will lead data entry, analysis, and management for both teams as needed, and will coordinate closely with the Epidemiology Team for oversight and overall coordination of data activities. Under the supervision of Jhpiego and the Baltimore City Health Department, the Data Manager will lead the synthesis, coordination, and presentation of all COVID-19 VALUE Communities and Mobile Vaccine Team data, and is expected to engage with counterparts, community members, and other stakeholders in the COVID-19 response in Baltimore City with professionalism and a solution-focused attitude. This position will lead data management for mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinics for VALUE communities, focused initially on older adult and homeless populations and rolling out to other populations as vaccine eligibility criteria expands.
This is a temporary position funded through February 2022. This position is primarily remote, although there may be infrequent need to visit or work from the mobile sites.
Jhpiego seeks a Maternal and Newborn Health (MNH) Advisor to provide technical advice and oversight for an upcoming five-year U.S. government funded integrated health project aiming to increase the demand for and use of quality integrated RMNCAH services in target regions, particularly by youth and women. The position, in collaboration with the Technical Director and Government of Tanzania leadership, will lead MNH design and day-to-day management of technical assistance efforts to improve capacity of the Government of Tanzania to deliver quality reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, adolescent health and CECAP services at the facility and community level.
The Maternal and Newborn Health (MNH) advisor will provide technical and program leadership to field implementation teams in order to scale-up evidence-based and high-impact interventions for MNH both at health facilities and within communities. S/he will be responsible for coordinating directly with Government of Tanzania (GoT) counterparts (PORALG and MOH) to co-design, implement and oversee timely reporting MNH activities in coordination with the GoT and other technical advisors to ensure integration and efficiency in service delivery. S/he will also work with GoT counterparts to ensure accountability for national, regional and district leaders to organize capacity-building activities for health providers, with a specific focus on emergency obstetric and newborn care (EmONC). . S/he will also work with M&E staff to ensure project deliverables are monitored and course corrections are identified and implemented as appropriate.
This position is contingent upon award from USAID. Tanzanians are strongly encouraged to apply.
Jhpiego seeks a Program Officer II to provide coordinated and comprehensive program management support across global COVID-19 and critical care response projects, under a global USAID-funded project. The Program Officer II (PO II) will support planning, implementing and reporting for expanding global COVID-19 emergency response efforts, including work planning; technical and program support to teams and working groups; report writing; financial oversight and sub-award management; operations and administration. This position is subject to funding.
Reaching Impact, Saturation, and Epidemic Control (RISE) is a $135 million, 5-year global project funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). Through RISE, Jhpiego implements HIV prevention, care and treatment programs; over the past year, RISE has leveraged these HIV platforms to respond to the COVID-19 crisis in priority countries including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Kenya, Lesotho, and Mozambique.
The PO II will join a core team of program, financial and technical staff to support development, implementation and monitoring of project activities at the central and country levels for RISE COVID-19 response activities, including critical care case management, vaccination, oxygen (O2) infrastructure, field support and related activities. The PO II will liaise with technical, country backstop, finance, operations, communications, and other units within Jhpiego to ensure coordination and integration of project activities. The PO II will also support coordination with RISE implementation and consortium partners, Johns Hopkins University Center for Global Emergency Care, as well as with USAID as needed.
Technical Advisor, Immunization needed to provide technical and partnership management-based support to global projects and to Jhpiego’s 30+ country offices across Africa and Asia. Globally, Advisor provides intensive support to the immunization elements of Momentum Private Healthcare Delivery project (MPHD) in which JHPIEGO plays a key role. MPHD is a $75 million, 5-year USAID funded project that will support private providers and expand public and private partnerships to strengthen maternal, reproductive, newborn, and child health care and voluntary family planning. Population Services International is the prime, and partners include Jhpiego, FHI360, ThinkWell and Avenir Health.
Beyond MPHD, the Advisor will support other aspects of Jhpiego’s immunization work across life course vaccination (including against human papilloma virus and COVID-19), integration of newborn, child and adolescent services with immunization, vaccination in complex humanitarian emergencies, and innovations in immunization service delivery. The Advisor will sit within Jhpiego’s Global Solutions and Innovations (GSI) section in Jhpiego’s Baltimore office, working under senior technical advisors in GSI, and reporting directly to the Senior Technical Advisor (Immunization).
Jhpiego is seeking a Technical Director to provide technical guidance, management leadership, and support for the COVID-19 response in Lesotho. Under the RISE project, Jhpiego will be implementing interventions to support the Government of Lesotho to prevent, detect and respond to COVID-19. A significant focus of our work is accelerating and strengthening the technical and operational capacity of local healthcare workers to deliver high quality COVOD-19 vaccination services, prevent the nosocomial spread of SARS-CoV-2, provide quality case management and allow for the safe maintenance of routine essential services, including the provision of clinical technical assistance around the triage of patients and appropriate use of intensive care resources, safe and effective use of medical equipment, and supporting the mental health and resiliency of healthcare workers.
The Technical Director will be responsible for ensuring technical and operational rigor in the planning and scaled execution of COVID-19 response projects being implemented at the national, regional, and facility level. This includes assisting the clinical response to COVID-19 in treatment centers and improving coordination and communication amongst frontline health workers impacted and engaged in hot zone areas. Additionally, liaising with MOH staff, other partners and donors regarding technical strategy, monitoring and evaluation of project milestones and targets. Basotho nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.