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Technical Support Officer needed to effectively run conference room technology and user support of equipment and software. Technical Support Officer is a member of Jhpiego’s Global IT and follows direction from the ISTS Service Desk Manager. The nature of this work requires an individual who is service-oriented, organized, and who can interact with diverse end-users and technical staff, prioritize tasks, and resolve technical issues. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, responding to, troubleshooting, and resolving service requests for Jhpiego-supported hardware and software; creating documentation; providing training to end-users; and collaboration with IT teams. Hardware support includes Windows and Mac laptops and iOS devices. Software support includes Microsoft 365, Mac OS, and Windows (latest version).
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 epidemic control, with stronger local partners capable of managing and achieving results through sustainable, self-reliant, and resilient health systems by 2024. RISE’s contributions to this work will lead to fewer new HIV infections, decreased HIV-related morbidity and mortality, and increased quality of life for people living with HIV.
RISE supports countries to achieve and maintain epidemic control by providing strategic technical assistance and direct service delivery to improve HIV prevention, case finding, treatment programming, and viral load suppression. The primary HIV-related objectives of the RISE project are to: attain and maintain HIV epidemic control among affected adults, youth, and priority populations, attain and maintain HIV epidemic control among key populations, strengthen health systems including improved program management, health information systems, human resources for health, and financial systems to ensure attainment and maintenance of epidemic control and support the transition of direct funding and implementation to capable local partners.
The overall purpose of engaging these optimizers is to ensure that all program data are regularly reviewed, gaps are flagged and corrected. In addition, they will support data (targets and achieved) reporting and other SI activities on the project.
The Senior Procurement Officer supports the procurement team in ensuring efficiency and integrity of the processes for procurement of goods and services at Jhpiego’s office.
Gross Salary Range: 772,300.18 - 853,542.64
Jhpiego is a nonprofit global health leader and Johns Hopkins University affiliate that is saving lives, improving health and transforming futures. We partner with governments, health experts and local communities to build the skills and systems that guarantee a healthier future for women and families. Through our partnerships, we are revolutionizing health care for the world’s most disadvantaged and vulnerable people.
In India, Jhpiego works across various states in close collaboration with national and state governments, providing technical assistance in the areas of family planning, maternal and child health, and pre-service nursing and midwifery education. These projects are funded by USAID, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, David & Lucile Packard Foundation, Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF), and others.
Jhpiego is hiring for the position of State Program Manager for its comprehensive primary healthcare strengthening project - NISHTHA based at Ranchi, Jharkhand. The position will work with Jhpiego India CPHC program staff to ensure timely operationalization of health and wellness centers as per the program work plan in Jharkhand.
This position requires technical expertise, public health experience, strong coordination skills, understanding of Indian public health system and ability to develop positive, professional working relationships with various government counterparts and other development partners. This position will report to Deputy Chief of Party - NISHTHA.
Jhpiego is an international, non-profit health organization affiliated with Johns Hopkins University. Jhpiego works with health experts, governments and community leaders to provide high-quality health care for their people. Jhpiego develops strategies to help countries care for themselves by training competent health care workers, strengthening health systems, and improving delivery of care.
Jhpiego seeks a Project Assistant to play a vital role in supporting the successful completion of projects by helping keep the project team organized, on track, and focused on meeting project objectives.
MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership (MCGL) is a five-year global project funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to provide targeted MNCH/FP/RH technical and capacity development assistance (TCDA) to countries to facilitate countries’ journeys to self-reliance. Being one of the six MOMENTUM suites of awards globally, MCGL contributes to global technical leadership and learning, and USAID’s policy dialogue for achievement of global MNCH/FP/RH goals through support to globally endorsed MNCH/FP/RH initiatives, strategies, frameworks, guidelines, and action plans. MCGL is the only Momentum award that has a strong emphasis on global leadership in addition to country level work. In Nigeria, MCGL addresses major contributors to maternal mortality and morbidity through the prevention and mitigation of the consequences of violence against women and girls (VAW/G) and possible drivers of child early and forced marriage (CEFM).
The project supports laws, policies, guidelines, and strategies that address four key technical priority areas: intimate partner violence (IPV), sexual violence (SV), child early and forced marriage (CEFM) and early adoption of family planning (FP) as well as stimulating communities with appropriate information and necessary knowledge to act in transforming discriminatory gender and social norms that continue to subordinate women. The technical approaches include formative assessment phase that utilizes the Social Norms Exploration Tool (SNET), Behaviorally Focused Applied Political Economy Analysis (BF-APEA) andIntegrated Technical Organizational Capacity Assessment (ITOCA) to understand specific gaps within communities that will help inform the design of specific interventions through a co-creation process.
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This is a 5-day training per state scheduled to take place in Sokoto and Ebonyi, preceded by a pre-planning meeting by the faculty.
Consultant to be supported by Capacity Development team (Snr/CD Specialists) and Technical Director. The AFP SMART Advocacy Facilitators Guide, and Overview of SMART Advocacy Training: A Guide to Quick Wins would be used as resource materials during the training.
The workshop will hold designated locations in Sokoto and Ebonyi states respectively.
Amount Payable Per Day: N100,000
Jhpiego seeks a Quality Improvement (QI) Specialist for Nigeria on The Global Fund funded, “Quality Improvement and Leadership and Management Strengthening through Technical Assistance”. The project aims to provide support to Global Fund programs in Nigeria to implement an innovative approach for integrated supportive supervision (ISS) that includes collaborative improvement, training, a web-enabled supervision checklist, and supervision of supervisors to improve health worker performance and quality of care for integrated HIV/TB/Malaria/primary health care services for underserved population, as well as strengthen leadership and management skills among Ministry of Health staff for QI and improved integrated service delivery in health facilities and communities.
The QI specialist will support quality improvement and leadership and management activities in Jigawa state and will work closely with the QI advisor to implement project activities, in coordination with the Ministry of Health and other government agencies.
Monthly Gross Salary Range: NGN638,000 - NGN 721,000
Through the Scale-Up Cervical Cancer Elimination with Secondary Prevention Strategy (SUCCESS) Project, Jhpiego works with the Department of Health (DOH) to increase access to optimal cervical cancer early detection technologies through the introduction HPV self- sampling as screening method and thermal ablation for treatment of pre-cancer lesions.
This endeavor responds to the World Health Organization’s global strategy to eliminate cervical cancer by 2030 and supports the DOH and country commitments to achieve 70 per cent screening coverage and 90 per cent access to treatment by the year 2030. Building on footprint of the SUCCESS Project, the HPV Centralized Laboratory Model (HCLM) Project aims to support demand generation and awareness activities for cervical cancer preventive services in the Cities of Manila, Navotas, Quezon City, Taguig, and Muntinlupa through direct support for the conduct of health education and promotion activities. This includes reproduction and cascade of information, education and communication (IEC) materials to support delivery of preventive services at the community level.
The Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Vaccine Acceleration Program Partners Initiative (or HAPPI) Project was globally launched on January 2023. The HAPPI Project is a consortium of international non-government organizations. Aside from Jhpiego, this consortium also includes the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), John Snow, Inc. (JSI), the International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC) at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, and PATH (formerly Program for Appropriate Technology in Health). The Project aims to increase and sustain equity, program quality, and accelerate coverage of HPV vaccine to support the GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance’s goal of vaccinating 86 million girls and adolescents by 2025, and support the WHO Global Strategy for the Acceleration of Elimination of Cervical Cancer as a Public Health Problem primary prevention goal of 90% HPV vaccination coverage by 2030.
The Philippines has started its HPV vaccination demonstration project in 2013, and began a nationwide HPV vaccination program since 2015. However, a review of its vaccine coverage showed less than 30% of girls age 9 years have been immunized. Further, almost 81% of girls up to 14 years old have missed their opportunities to be protected from the human papilloma virus (HPV) and from developing cervical cancer in the future.
A national stakeholders’ consultative workshop on cervical cancer elimination and its primary prevention will be implemented as part of the planning for and managing of new vaccine introduction or scale up implementation of already introduced vaccines based on recommendations from the WHO Principles and considerations for adding a vaccine to National Immunization Programme (NIP), and the WHO Scaling Up HPV Vaccine Introduction.
This activity aims to gather various stakeholders involved in cervical cancer elimination, most specially, primary prevention through HPV vaccination. This will be used as an opportunity to present current global trends and local status of cervical cancer among women and initiatives on its elimination. Lastly, this will give an opportunity for these stakeholders to provide their recommendations and suggestions for policy development, vaccine operations, service delivery models, and demand generation.
The project is looking for a Documenter as a short-term technical assistant (STTA). He/she will assist Jhpiego in the conduct of the national stakeholder consultative workshop throughout the two-day live-out activity. The STTA will undertake the necessary documentation of the presentations, breakout sessions outputs, as well as the interactive discussion during the open forum.
The STTA will undertake the written documentation of the entire duration of each workshop covering all proceedings including the outputs of each breakout group. This will also include close coordination with the facilitator/s to ensure the coverage of all activities. Additional activities will involve the following: a) capturing all the workshop processing, inputs and results; b) prepare and submit a hardbound written documentation report with photographs of the entire activity, c) provision of annexes such as tables, schedules, or matrix of agreements, concerns raised, depending on what is applicable after the draft report has been approved;
The final written documentation report should be submitted not later than 2 weeks after the end of each workshop.
The Senior Program Coordinator will work under the general guidance of, and in close collaboration with the Program Officer, and representatives from different Jhpiego departments (e.g. Finance, Contracts Management Compliance Division [CMCD], Travel, Procurement, Global External Communications Office [GECO]) to support country teams and global projects 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 for completeness, minor translation needs for certain countries.