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VMMC Nurse needed to support a district-based voluntary medical male circumcision program in eThekwini and work with other clinical staff to provide VMMC procedures to clients.
Demand Generation Officer needed to support a district-based voluntary medical male circumcision program. This includes oversight /co-management of activities for MMC demand generation, working with other VMMC staff (counselors, mobilisers, and clinical staff) to ensure provision of the highest quality strategies for demand promotion, adhering to PEPFAR and national standards/protocols such as campaigns and regular demand generation activities. This position will be based in Durban.
Clinical Associate/ VMMC Provider needed to support a district-based voluntary medical male circumcision program in the Ethekwini district and work with other clinical staff to provide VMMC procedures to clients.
Demand Generation Officer needed to support a district-based voluntary medical male circumcision program in the King Cetshwayo district. This includes oversight /co-management of activities for MMC demand generation, working with other VMMC staff (counselors, mobilisers, and clinical staff) to ensure provision of the highest quality strategies for demand promotion, adhering to PEPFAR and national standards/protocols such as campaigns and regular demand generation activities.
The Technical Advisor will provide technical leadership in the areas of family planning (FP) and reproductive health (RH) for an upcoming adolescent health project. The project will operate over a five-year period.
The position will operate under the leadership of the Chief of Party and will oversee and ensure the technical and methodological soundness of all project activities. In collaboration with project team and partners, the position will support the design and implementation of service delivery strategies based on scientific evidence.
This position is contingent upon award from USAID. Nepali nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Partnerships Manager will be responsible for developing and overseeing partnerships and sub-grants with a range of stakeholders, including the private sector, other donors, academia, civil society organizations and faith based-organizations, for the anticipated USAID-funded Improved Health and Nutrition project in Guatemala. The anticipated project aims to achieve significant and sustainable improvements in nutrition and health outcomes of target select municipalities of the Western Highlands which will result in reductions of stunted children, and maternal and child morbidity and mortality, and keeping low the prevalence of anemia and micronutrient deficiencies. This will occur as the result of improving service delivery and strengthening health systems, especially of human resources for health (HRH) in Guatemala. The project will operate over a 5-year period.
This position is contingent upon award from USAID. Guatemalan nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.
O Diretor Técnico era responsável por fornecer orientação técnica, suporte metodológico e gerencial a todos os componentes do CDC para atingir os objetivos e metas do programa com qualidade e segurança, mantendo a equipe engajada e motivada. Isso inclui a supervisão das operações técnicas diárias do projeto, considerando todas as províncias onde as atividades são implementadas. O Diretor apoiará o COP com as estratégias técnicas e programáticas e também estará envolvido na implementação e monitoramento das atividades, garantindo a eficiência e a eficácia das intervenções e fornecendo feedback regular sobre as melhorias necessárias. O diretor também viajará para o campo para monitorar as atividades e garantir que o projeto esteja em conformidade com as regras do Jhpiego e do doador. Esta posição se reporta ao chefe de projeto do CDC e supervisiona os componentes do projeto (VMMC, HTC-TB, GBV, WPS / IPC, HSS).
Technical Director needed responsible for providing technical guidance, methodological and managerial support to all CDC components to accomplish the program objectives and targets with quality and safety while keeping the team engaged and motivated. This includes supervising day-to-day technical operations of the project considering all provinces where activities are implemented. Director will support the COP with the technical and programmatic strategies and will also be involved in the implementation and monitoring of the activities ensuring efficiency and effectiveness of the interventions, and providing regular feedback on improvements as needed. Director will also travel to the field to monitor the activities and ensure that the project is in compliance with the Jhpiego and donor rules. This position reports to the CDC Project Chief of Party and will supervise Project Components (VMMC, HTC-TB, GBV, WPS/IPC, HSS).
Proposal Officer works with the New Program Development Department together with technical and program staff to ensure successful completion and responsiveness of Jhpiego’s proposals across all donors, including US Government, Foundation, Corporate, U.N. bilateral and other funding sources. The Officer will primarily support Proposal Managers who are leading on complex prime proposals and will also directly manage sub or less complex prime opportunities to pursue Jhpiego’s strategic interests.
The Officer will conduct donor prospect research and support other efforts to pursue new business for Jhpiego, including participating in leads development, identification and dissemination of opportunities, scanning for potential new business opportunities, conducting opportunity analysis, having regular communications with field staff, tracking the status of results of ongoing projects and monitoring activities of competitors, partners and donors.
Position Reports To: Project Director, Jhpiego
Position Supervised: M&E, Digital Health, KM Technical Team
Location: Baltimore, Maryland
The Surveillance, Monitoring and Evaluation Director will provide technical leadership, oversight and strategic direction for monitoring and evaluation (M&E), digital health, and knowledge management activities for an upcoming Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) funded Global Health Security Agenda project. The project aims to improve prevention of avoidable epidemics including naturally occurring outbreaks and intentional or accidental releases of dangerous pathogens; improve ability to rapidly detect threats early, including detecting, characterizing, and reporting emerging public health threats; and respond rapidly and effectively to public health threats of international concern. This includes strengthening the capacity of national laboratory systems, surveillance systems, human resources, and emergency response operations. The project will operate over an anticipated five-year period.
The Surveillance and M&E Director will support and coordinate surveillance system assessment and strengthening activities, surveys, and evaluation in close collaboration with local government partners and stakeholders. Additionally, the Director will oversee the collection, management, analysis, and use of project data, ensuring that lessons learned are disseminated among relevant stakeholders.
This position is contingent upon award from the CDC.