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The Senior Program Officer will work in close collaboration with the Senior Program Manager for Portfolio 1, Country Director, Chief of Party and Finance Manager to manage country operations for Guatemala and support a large USAID-funded project in the country. In addition, the SPO will work with a team to support Ecuador which is in start-up for a large short-term project which will require significant hands to support registration, on-board new staff and implement country policies and procedures.
The Senior Program Officer is responsible for ensuring that good project management practices and tools are being used to stay on scope, schedule, budget for projects. The Senior Program Officer is responsible for managing relationships with subrecipients and the donor.
Finance Manager I is part of the Global Programs Finance Team working closely with Program Staff, Contracts, Global Human Resources, and Jhpiego’s Country offices under Portfolio II, to ensure accurate financial, contractual and administrative reporting to the management team and to agencies external to Jhpiego. The Finance Manager I will provide financial leadership and oversight of the financial and contractual aspects of multiple country programs in Portfolio II countries, with a primary focus on Jhpiego Nigeria Programs funded by multiple funding sources mainly PEPFAR/USAID, CDC, Gates, Unitaid as well as other World Bank funded programs. This includes leads and proposals, start-up, implementation and control, monitoring and evaluation, close-out and cross-cutting GPO functions. Finance Manager I ensure financial systems and reports are compatible with standard Jhpiego accounting practices and follow donor rules and regulations
Jhpiego is hiring for the position of Senior Advisor- Midwifery, based at New Delhi, India, with in-country travel. The position will support the Midwifery program by providing oversight for various technical and program-related activities in the country.
The position will provide oversight to Jhpiego’s efforts to introduce a professional cadre of midwife in India as well as provide professional midwifery perspective to a broader range on maternal new-born and reproductive health programs in the Jhpiego India portfolio.
In 2018, the Government of India (GoI) took a landmark policy decision to support the introduction of a new cadre of midwives (Nurse Practitioner in Midwifery, NPM) into the existing health system. These midwives would be trained to global standards through a cascade approach, developing midwife educators at National level institutes, who would then train graduate nurses at State level institutes to become midwives and provide midwifery-led care at various levels of the health system. Jhpiego is supporting GoI along with other agencies in the roll-out and implementation of the national program.
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. Jhpiego translates the best science and practice into moments of care that can mean the difference between life and death for women and families. The moment a woman gives birth; the moment a midwife helps a newborn to breath. 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, strengthening human resources for health, and non-communicable diseases. These programs are funded by USAID, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, David & Lucile Packard Foundation, Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF), MSD for Mothers and others.
Technical Advisor, Digital Health and Health Information (DHH) needed to provide technical assistance and programmatic support for the US Capitol COVID-19 Response. Technical Advisor will work in close collaboration with the Project Director, Domestic COVID-19 Response, Senior Technical Officer, Senior Program Officer, all project staff, and the Office of the Attending Physician (OAP) to ensure adherence to global best practices in the design, development or adaptation, and use of all digital tools to be used to support the COVID-19 Case Investigation, Contact Analysis, Tracing and Notification Team. This includes providing technical assistance and programmatic support in the development, maintenance, and use of an electronic data system for the registration and follow up of individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 (Cases) and their determined close and meaningful contacts (Contacts) within the US Capitol building staff. Technical Advisor will also ensure the technical and methodological soundness of project activities.
This is a temporary position funded through April 2022. It is also a mostly remote role with occasional need to meet onsite.
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.
Sr. Financial Analyst is part of the Global Program Finance Team working closely with Programs, Contracts, and Jhpiego’s Country offices to ensure accurate accounting and financial information is collected and analyzed to be used as data for decision making. The Sr. Financial Analyst will provide financial support to the HQ and Field finance teams in accumulating, tracking and reporting of costs posted in country QBE files. Sr. Financial Analyst ensures financial systems and reports are compatible with standard Jhpiego accounting practices and follow donor rules and regulations.
The Finance and Admin Associate will support Jhpsiego Sierra Leone team by performing critical financial and administrative tasks. The responsibilities include preparing payment requests, updating financial records and managing and routing invosices for approval and processing
The Care and Treatment Lead will responsible for the technical direction of a CDC-funded HIV project in Mozambique. This large project aims to support the Government of Mozambique’s (GRM) towards achievement of HIV epidemic control by 2030 in provinces where CDC is the primary clinical support partner. It will focus on two priority outcomes to measure this geographically focused support under the COVID-19 context: (1) to reach and sustain a level of at least 95% treatment coverage across all across all age, sex, and risk groups, and (2) to reach and sustain at least 95% viral suppression rates among all people living with HIV receiving antiretroviral therapy. The project will operate over a 5 year period. Responsibilities include providing leadership and technical guidance in the development and implementation of comprehensive and evidence-based prevention, care, support and treatment services within HIV and TB facilities and communities under the leadership of the Principal Investigator/Project Director, as well as annual phasing in of activities. This position will provide guidance in achievement of all project objectives, and in collaboration with the project team and partners, support the design of service delivery, technical assistance and capacity building strategies, based on sound and current scientific evidence. This position is contingent upon award from CDC. Mozambican nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.
Jhpiego seeks a Project Director to provide vision, leadership and direction to ensure the strategic, programmatic, technical, and financial integrity for an innovative Unitaid project that seeks to catalyze adoption of new and recently recommended drugs for postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) in high-burden countries. The four-year project will address key barriers to policy adoption and dissemination, procurement and supply, and service delivery, with a focus on demand generation for policy-makers, providers and patients, while demonstrating close engagement with community and civil society stakeholders. The project will include implementation pilots that demonstrate the impact, cost-effectiveness and operational feasibility of delivery as a means of promoting scale up. To maximize impact, the project will leverage and synergize with other initiatives that are implementing new PPH prevention and treatment approaches.
The Project Director will have the overall responsibility for leadership and management and reporting of project activities. S/he will be responsible for making key decisions and solving problems in short timeframes while ensuring operational and project quality and integrity. S/he will serve as the project’s main point of contact with Unitaid on routine and strategic matters. S/he will also ensure effective organizational management and communication with the host country government, international partners, and local organizations and agencies.
This position is contingent upon award from Unitaid.
The Malaria Case Management Technical Coordinator will play a key technical role on the project team by providing insight and technical leadership to improve malaria diagnosis and treatment. This five-year program aims to increase coverage and use of key life-saving malaria interventions in support of Cote d’Ivoire’s National Malaria Strategy
The position will operate under the leadership of the Deputy Chief of Party and Jhpiego’s senior management team. The Malaria Case Management Technical Coordinator will ensure the technical and methodological soundness of activities and, in collaboration with the project team and partners, support the design of service delivery strategies, based on sound and current scientific evidence. S/he will provide technical support to ensure that activities are designed and implemented with high quality and meet project targets. S/he will mentor and build capacity of health workers and address any technical issues at national and subnational levels, including advocacy for malaria prevention, diagnosis and treatment, and laboratory strengthening at all levels. S/he will be responsible for ensuring the technical integrity of malaria project interventions. S/he will develop job aids and tools that reflect practical solutions to enable District Health Teams and service providers to scale-up malaria case management. S/he will ensure timely and cost-effective project implementation and reporting of activities.
This position is contingent upon award from USAID. Ivorian nationals and female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.