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Reporting to the Chief of Party, the Finance and Operations Director will be overseeing all financial and operational matters within the Jhpiego South Sudan, including management of financial systems and processes, and managing operational and administrative support for the office including implementing and maintaining on-site administrative and security systems to ensure the integrity, smooth running and effective performance of the office. S/he will be the point person to ensure that the South Sudan office finance and operational systems are well established and meet Jhpiego standards, donor requirements and well as local laws and regulations. As a member of the senior management team s/he will contribute to the Country Office’s strategic leadership.
The Finance and Operations Director will ensure compliance with Jhpiego and Johns Hopkins University operational policies and regulations, as well as compliance with all donor rules and regulations. S/he will serve as the primary finance and operations liaison with the Jhpiego Baltimore office and other partners in the South Sudan country program. Additionally, the Finance and Operations Director will develop, implement and strengthen Jhpiego’s in-country financial and operational processes.
The Proposal Coordinator serves as a hub for enabling the NPD team to reach its full potential in pursuit of Jhpiego’s mission. The position provides backstopping support to Proposal Managers throughout the bids including proposal planning, development, submission and post-award activities for all donors. This position coordinates agreements and contracts and provides research, knowledge management, reporting and operational support the team.
Facilities Manager is accountable for Baltimore and Washington, DC facilities including office systems, supplies and services including collaborating with multiple vendors, landlords and JHU offices, e.g. JHU Real Estate and Construction, Risk Management and Office of the Treasurer.
Based on an expert working knowledge of JHU and Jhpiego human resource policies, practices, processes and procedures, provides professional human resources services and expert advice in career and staff development, benefits administration, work/life balance and initiatives, visa preparation, employee relations and consultation, employment law, separation process, reward and recognition and performance management for domestic and international staff. The HR Generalist must have an understanding of the diverse composition and culture of the organization and have a strong foundation of experience in various human resources functions.
Program Manager will work under the supervision of the MCSP Project Director, and work closely in collaboration with the Technical Advisor for HIV/SRH. The primary focus of the position is to develop and/or refine project management systems to ensure thorough planning, budgeting, and implementation of the HIV/SRH related program activities to support a comprehensive package of HIV prevention, care and treatment and Sexual and Reproductive Health services for young girls and adolescents at Namibia Planned Parenthood Association (NAPPA) clinics. Program Manager will also provide support to the MCSP technical team and NAPPA to implement key activities related to the opening of three new clinical sites. The Program Manager position responsibilities will include traveling within Namibia approximately 50 percent of the time to conduct field-based activities including assessments, recruitment, implementation support, and logistical support in the field. Program Manager will supervise the Program Coordinator position, overseeing all procurements and logistics.
The Namibian Ministry of Health and Social Services (MOHSS) is the custodian of health and social services and regulates all public, private and non-governmental sectors in the provision of quality health and social services. USAID is a partner to the Ministry’s efforts and provides technical assistance, directly and through specialized local and international organizations, to support the Namibia's delivery of high quality evidence-based public health programs to all Namibians. Based on USAID’s technical assistance program to support public health objectives, the Maternal Child Survival Program (MCSP) is expected to provide specialized technical assistance to the MOHSS and national and regional stakeholders through support to the Namibian Planned Parenthood Association clinics. MCSP provides technical assistance that is designed to achieve impact at scale by maximizing the contributions of each level of the health service--from the community to the national level. MCSP will work collaboratively with all key stakeholders, specifically the Namibian MOHSS and NAPPA to focus on USAID’s Principle of Transition and reflect country ownership of the collaborative design and management of the MCSP program in Namibia.
Reporting to the Vice President, the Advancement Manager – East Coast collaborates in designing and building a robust major gift program and pipeline for Jhpiego. This individual leads special events and efforts to locate new propects as the cornerstone activities to secure major gifts ($10,000 plus) and build our networks. Jhpiego’s fundraising program will progressively increase to achieve a 2020 goal of over $2,000,000. The ideal candidate will have a strong foundation in best practice fundraising and event management, a proven track record of creating and implementing effective donor events, and be skilled in the art of engaging constituents. The Advancement Manager is a member of Jhpiego’s fundraising team and supports the fundraising activities conducted by his/her colleagues as well as a variety of internal stakeholders, including the senior leadership team and Advisory Board. The Advancement Manager is a member of the Global Engagement and Communications Office (GECO) department within Jhpiego.
Production Coordinator independently coordinates the day-to-day aspects of publications work assignments. This person provides excellent support and customer service in responding to daily requests for editing, design, and production of a wide range of communications and publications. They implement procedures and practices in assigning and monitoring a high volume of projects (@ 150 active requests on average) through project management software (Workfront) to achieve timely delivery of communication products.
The HIV Testing and Prevention Advisor will provide technical leadership and project oversight in the area of HIV testing and prevention for an upcoming U.S. government (USG) adolescent girls and young women and HIV focused program in Namibia. The Advisor will provide adolescent friendly, targeted HIV testing and prevention technical assistance at the national, regional, and district levels. This program aims to reduce HIV infection among adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) in HIV priority areas through youth friendly service delivery of HIV testing, sexual and reproductive health services, pre and post-exposure ARV prophylaxis and ART. Secondary project objectives include reduction of teenage pregnancies and instances of GBV. The project also has structural components focused on improving graduation rates economic opportunities for young people, particularly young women. The project will operate over a five-year period.
The position will operate under the leadership of the Chief of Party and Jhpiego’s senior management team, and work closely with the global HIV, Malaria and Infectious Disease team. The position will oversee and ensure the technical quality and methodological soundness of all project activities. In collaboration with project team, Ministry of Health and Social Sciences (MOHSS), and partners, the position will support the design and implementation of adolescent friendly HIV testing and prevention service delivery strategies based on scientific evidence, innovations and best practices.
This position is contingent upon award from USG. Namibian nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.
Jhpiego seeks Monitoring and Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) Advisors for future projects to provide technical leadership, oversight and strategic direction for monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities for an upcoming multi-country family planning projects. The goal is to increase the national percentage of public and private facilities implementing high impact practices for FP in selected West African countries by: institutionalizing a system for adaptation, and replication of key FP high impact practices; leveraging and engaging domestic resources, donor support, and local communities to build sustainability and scale of selected high impact practices; and institutionalizing a sustainable and self-regulating system of service quality assurance and monitoring. The Advisors will work closely with local and national governments to prioritize this in their national plans; leveraging partnerships with regional and international organizations; and building the capacity of nongovernmental and civil society organizations.
The MEL Advisors will provide technical leadership to develop project framework, plans and indicators to capture performance results and provide effective, accurate and timely monitoring, evaluation and reporting of all project activities. The MEL Advisors will supervise and manage the MEL team to design and implement project MEL activities, ensuring that lessons learned are integrated into project implementation to continuously improve quality of interventions and outcomes. The MEL Advisors are responsible for documenting and disseminating project successes and challenges to our donors. S/he will also be responsible for designing and conducting operations research. The MEL Advisors will liaise with consortium partners and Ministries of Health to implement monitoring and evaluation activities.
West African nationals, especially native French speakers, are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Chief of Party (CoP) for HEMAYAT will provide leadership and direction to ensure the programmatic, technical, and financial integrity of the HEMAYAT program. The CoP works closely with the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) of Afghanistan to streamline efforts and ensure complementarity of activities and serves as the primary point of contact for project stakeholders and international and local partners. The CoP is responsible for timely and cost-effective project implementation, compliance with the laws of Afghanistan, the US Agency for International Development (USAID) rules and regulations, Jhpiego policies and procedures, and adherence to the program and technical standards of the organization.