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• Participate in meetings with PMNS;• Produce project deliverables;• Prepare training data sheets;• Prepare capacity-building tools;• Prepare training reports;• Report results to the PMNS, PRONANUT, and the technical departments of the Ministries of Agriculture and Fisheries/Livestock involved in PMNS implementation;• Prepare the results-based Monitoring and Evaluation Plan;• Prepare monitoring and evaluation tools; • Oversee program budgets, ensuring proper allocation of funds and financial accountability;• Monitor and evaluate program performance, adjusting as necessary to meet targets;• Perform basic finance and admin functions as needed, especially related to activities, under the guidance of the Senior Finance Manager;• Perform any other tasks assigned by the Deputy Country Director and or Country Director.
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Democratic Republic of Congo
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Democratic Republic of Congo
Primary Job Location : City
La Gombe, Kinshasa
Operational Support – 55%- Proactively liaise with internal HR department staff on cross cutting themes related to Talent Acquisition at CHAI, and communicate challenges that occur within the Recruitment process to other HR leaders to ensure there is internal collaboration in resolving issues with CHAI Hiring Teams.- Lead position assignment to Global Recruitment team members and provide guidance to Hiring Teams when requesting support on the new hire processes, including but not limited to: uploading job descriptions, DEI Considerations, level of positions, compensation guidance, and base location requirements.- Develop a deep understanding of CHAI’s recruiting operations and effectively communicate the talent acquisition process across the organization.- Manage internal and alumni candidate process: manage and update the database of current internal, and alumni candidates, serve as main point of contact for employees, hiring teams, and managers on internal recruitment processes and communication. This process will involve, but isn’t limited to:- Review, edit, and advertise all new positions on CHAI’s careers portal.- Complete ad hoc recruitment of full time and volunteer positions: completing kick off calls with hiring managers, screening resumes, interviewing candidates, scheduling interviews, and extending offers.- Provide ongoing guidance and recommendations on recruitment process optimization through ongoing collaboration with internal HR teams, and other recruitment operations stakeholders.- Manage the maintenance, and update of existing recruitment resources available to the organization, including the development of new resources.Administrative Support - 20%- Daily management of Recruitment Team inbox: effectively triage communication that comes to the Recruitment Inbox to the appropriate members of the Global TA/HR Team, ensuring to respond to questions and urgent matters in a timely fashion.- Create and update Global TA Team Process documents, including training materials, communications templates, and reference documents.- Manage the Global TA Team Job board database(s), and provide ongoing guidance/updates to the TA Team on job board management.- Work closely with Associate Director, Global TA on the creation, and management of resource development for Hiring Teams.- Work closely with CHAI’s HR Systems team to optimize recruitment search and reporting functions. Support streamlining systems on the recruitment side; provide guidance to team members on better utilization of existing system.- Facilitate systems integration and local training efforts with CHAI’s HRIS system – working with HRIS Systems Analyst Manage the triaging and responses to messages directed to the Talent Acquisition inbox.People Management - 15% – this position has the flexible opportunity to manage one to two direct report(s). This would involve:- Overseeing the execution of their full-cycle recruitment processes. Ensuring that direct reports are supported with operational/logistical matters, applicant tracking, maintaining relationships with hiring managers and following other processes.- Provide advice, coaching, and act as a thought partner to direct reports and others on the team as needed.- Troubleshoot and recommend solutions for a wide range of issues and queries that arise daily.- Provide feedback on a weekly basis and conduct annual performance reviews.- Work with direct reports to assess their professional development goals and set achievable short-term and long-term targets. As needed, coordinate across the broader global HR team to ensure opportunities are made available for growth that align with these goals.- Step in to provide coverage for direct reports when direct reports are offline.- Track personal time-off, vacation and other leave days.External Relationship & Pipeline Management – 10%- Manage relationships with professional and academic partners to place short term volunteers and externs: screening candidates, confirming funding, and reviewing financial agreements.
Program (Division)
Human Resources
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Panama
Primary Job Location : City
Panama City
Additional Location Description
This position is based in a country where CHAI operates, subject to country leadership approval where applicable.
- Lead grant management and reporting for key HIV prevention market shaping project.- Foster strategic collaborations with numerous internal teams and stakeholders, prime grantee, the donor, and other external stakeholders to strengthen project goals and facilitate cross-organizational coordination and execution.- Develop and execute a comprehensive capacity building strategy for the project to ensure capacity building goals are met effectively, efficiently, and within available resources.- Manage, coordinate, and develop inputs for routine reporting and donor updates, as well as ad hoc reporting needs, including requesting, reviewing, and consolidating inputs across numerous CHAI teams.- Provide strategic, operational, and tactical support for partner management and donor engagement, including facilitating information sharing, drafting agendas and meeting slides, supporting meeting planning, taking and organizing notes and follow-ups, etc.- Develop clear presentations to share findings and recommendations for internal and external audiences.- Support HIV Prevention Director in fostering a collaborative team environment which supports and engages team members.- Other duties as assigned.
Program (Division)
Infectious Disease - Global HIV Access Program
Employment Status
Full Time
Telecommute
No
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
South Africa
Primary Job Location : City
Pretoria
Strategic Leadership- Collaborate with the Country Director to develop and execute strategic plans, ensuring alignment with UN SDG, CHAI's global and country-specific objectivesProgram Management- Provide oversight for programmatic initiatives, ensuring effective operational planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of health programs- Drive innovation and efficiency in program deliveryStakeholder Engagement- Cultivate and manage relationships with key partners, including government agencies, NGOs, donors and other relevant stakeholders- Represent CHAI in high-level meetings and forums, including the development of presentations and materials for external audiences, as necessaryTeam Management- Lead and mentor a multidisciplinary team (example: program managers and senior technical staff), fostering a culture of collaboration, innovation, and excellence- Provide direct oversight of one or more program teams; provide support and guidance to program managers and junior staff on strategy and project deliverables.- Provide guidance on professional development and performance managementFinancial and Operational Oversight- Work closely with the Country Director to ensure sound financial management, adherence to budgets, and efficient use of resources- Monitor program performance against targets and address challenges proactively- Strengthen and formalize systems and processes for budgeting, financial tracking, and donor and government reporting- Support the operations team to implement and strengthen the internal management of daily operations and ensure alignment with CHAI global policy and practice including:- Human Resource processes and systems including recruiting, onboarding, benefits management- Financial management practices including monthly cash flow and financial reporting- Safety and security policies and ensure consistent implementation across program teams and project locationsTechnical Expertise- Stay abreast of the latest developments in global health and provide technical expertise to inform program strategies- Ensure programmatic interventions are evidence-based and aligned with best practicesRisk Management- Identify potential risks to program implementation and develop mitigation strategies- Ensure compliance with all relevant regulations and CHAI policiesOther- Undertake other country tasks as the CD may direct from time to time
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Cameroon
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Cameroon
Monthly financial reporting 40% • Oversees the monthly financial close process to ensure timely distribution of financial financials• Prepares consolidated and deconsolidated P&L and Balance Sheet• Provides accounting assistance to CHAI Global and Boston Operation teams • Reviews monthly bank and balance sheet reconciliations • Ensure consolidated and de-consolidated financial statements are prepared in accordance with GAAP, statutory requirements and CHAI policies• Ensures proper recording and tracking of CHAI fixed assets • Completes quarterly expense sampling to ensure donor compliance• Reviews sub-ledger posting of Accounts Payable to ensure accuracy• Records revenue in compliance with Accounting Standards update of 2018• Ensure proper submission of allocation files and time sheets for expense allocations External audit and Compliance 40% • Coordinate CHAI global annual statutory audit• Liaise with auditors to ensure timely completion of audit• Populates and coordinates data for the filing of corporate nonprofit tax returns (990)• Provide support for country finance staff with countries' statutory audits • Serves as lead for statutory audits in non-program countries across the globe• Coordinates with global finance staff for donor audits and assessments • Lead preparation of NICRA calculation for submission to USAID • Support the completion of the organization's retirement plan audit Finance operations support 20% • Provide supervision and support to the global accounting team• Supports country finance operations on accounting-related issues• Support Global HR and Payroll with the review of salary advance request • Assists the International Controller & CFO as needed• Coordinates with Payroll to ensure reconciliation of wire transfers to payroll registers • Assist HR with the management of the Cobra repayments• Supports the International Controller with regional finance manager group meetings
Program (Division)
Finance - Accounting
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
United States
- Serve as a trusted advisor and thought partner to governments, community partners, CHAI global teams, CHAI country teams, and other consortium partners to identify and operationalize innovative solutions to address key barriers in pediatric advanced HIV disease service delivery- Drive project management for multiple different workstreams, led by country teams, to help ensure on-time delivery and high-quality output- Develop fit-for-purpose M&E and accountability frameworks and tools to aid government partners and health workers increase visibility on key pediatric indicators, efficiently and effectively review service delivery gaps, and develop and monitor tailored action plans- Create concept notes to guide the demonstration of new, promising interventions for pediatric advanced HIV disease service delivery- Support development of operational tools to aid health worker implementation of pediatric advanced HIV disease service delivery (e.g., toolkits, case studies, standard operating procedures etc.)- Develop investment cases to inform national adoption proven pediatric service delivery models to elevate focus and continued prioritization of children- Flexibly collaborate and coordinate across many different teams and stakeholders to gather strategic guidance and input from technical experts, translating outputs into actionable plans- Conduct quantitative and qualitative analyses to measure program gaps, measure progress, structure data-driven debate and decision-making, and inform course correction- Support development of AHD information, communication, and educational materials- Development of crisp, compelling presentations for an array of different audiences (government partners, CHAI teams, global donors, and stakeholders)- Lead internal and external communications across CHAI teams and with external partners, including Ministries, WHO and other relevant donors or partners- Conduct literature reviews and desk reviews on best practices on a range of client-centered delivery models and produce summary documents and recommendations.- Manage internal and external program reporting requirements and budgeting of relevant project activities- Support documentation and dissemination of best practices through case studies, conference abstracts, journal articles etc.- Support development of pitches, concept notes, and proposals for new business development, as needed- Other responsibilities as needed by team
Program (Division)
Infectious Disease - Global HIV Access Program
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Rwanda
Primary Job Location : City
Kigali
Additional Location Description
Preference to be based in a program country in Sub-Saharan Africa, pending country leadership approval.
Specific responsibilities include: Global Supply Coordination- Manage and support a team of four analysts tasked with improving country-level quantifications and supply plans through the GFPVAN.  - Review and provide feedback on country-level analysis and insights, ensuring that deliverables are well articulated, structured, and accurate.- Work closely with relevant stakeholders to facilitate quick and effective responses between country and global levels to address actual or potential stock imbalances.- Flag CHAI focus country commodity gaps to key stakeholders at the global level, gain consensus on the gaps, and enact concrete solutions- Provide technical support and thought partnership to the VAN initiative which aims to better enable collaboration around the supply/demand planning and exception management- Develop and foster relationships with key stakeholders working in SRH commodity security and become established as a respected and trusted thought leader within CHAI and within the global community- Conduct analyses of global consumption or procurement data, or other information, as needed- Liaise with the Global SRH Supplies group and provide country insight to support market shaping efforts Market Monitoring and Access Strategies- Lead market visibility efforts, including collection, analysis and visualization of key data to provide improved visibility into product markets- Conduct product landscapes, as required, to inform market access strategies- Collect, analyze and use data from suppliers, procurers and end user surveys to inform and monitor market access strategies for specific reproductive health products  People Management - Guide and oversee a team of four analysts, offering both technical and programmatic support across various work streams- Foster a collaborative and innovative team environment, ensuring that each team member understands their roles and responsibilities within the context of the broader organizational goals- Provide hands-on guidance and expertise in technical matters, sharing your deep knowledge to assist the team in overcoming technical challenges and making informed decisions- Actively engage with each direct report to understand their individual career aspirations and professional development objectives- Continuously monitor progress of direct reports, provide constructive feedback, and identify opportunities for skill enhancement and career growth Knowledge Management- Inform program design and activities based on global evidence and lessons learned from CHAI and other partners- Develop and coordinate with SRH team members to develop global goods and knowledge products that advance our global evidence base General- Work collaboratively with CHAI teams to achieve project goals- Provide analytical and management support as requested- Contribute to donor reports- Travel to meet with global stakeholders in Washington, D.C., Copenhagen and New York as well as to countries in Africa and Asia- Other responsibilities as needed
Program (Division)
Women and Children's Health - Global SRH
Employment Status
Full Time
Telecommute
Yes
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Kenya
Primary Job Location : City
Nairobi
Additional Location Description
The US or a CHAI program country in Africa (pending Country Director approval)
Leadership- A thought partner to the Country Director and the Country Leadership Team- Manage a team of highly motivated, high performing individuals with diverse work and educational backgrounds and collaborate with HR to lead and support talent management initiatives, succession planning and continuous feedback; within finance and operations cluster.- Introduce new and creative approaches, strategies, and/or concepts to improve efficiencies and effectiveness of the finance and operations.- Advise and guides staff in all technical aspects of accounting to ensure compliance with CHAI Finance and compliance manual.- Provide overall management and coordination of the work of the finance and operation team in the country.Finance and Operations Technical Oversight- Oversee annual budget planning and development process, monitor expenditures and variances, and proactively manage reforecasting processes.- Ensure country cash flow needs are effectively managed.- Prepare strategic monthly and financial reports for the Country Leadership and Program Management Team to ensure effective and efficient management of program resources in line with country strategies and operating plans.- Oversee the coordination of annual statutory audit process, donor audits and periodic internal audits, serving as the primary liaison with audit firm(s).- Ensure that the organization remains in good standing with tax obligations in-country- Develop understanding of all relevant national laws and legal obligations pertaining to CHAI’s operations in Uganda to ensure comprehensive CHAI compliance and avoid any undesirable effects on CHAI in Uganda or globally- Working closely with the Country leadership team, ensure a harmonious and legal compliant relationship between CHAI Uganda and all vendors and contractors.- Oversee grant and donor compliance requirements are met.- Manage the development and implementation of systems, policies, and procedures to ensure compliance with donor funding requirements.- Ensure all fiscal policies, procedures and documentation requirements are adequate to protect the organization.- Develop and implement a robust risk management framework to minimize any risk to CHAI Uganda.- Providing an oversight of payroll reconciliation according to CHAI rules and regulations.- Provide an oversight over the country office procurement function and make sure all contracts are awarded through a competitive process.- Manage the operations team in making sure all agreements are contracted according to statutory laws and there is constant monitoring and proper vendor management. Relationship Management- Develop new relationships and strengthen existing ones with partners who are critical to the continued excellence of CHAI Uganda operations.- Ensure cooperation and support from internal and external stakeholders.- Nurture positive and trusted relationships with stakeholders. Problem Solving- Proactively identify and address financial matters.- Collaborate with the Country Director and Management team to resolve problems.- Quickly identify and resolve management matters.- Develop comprehensive solutions to resolve problems.- Proactively seek guidance on CHAI best practicesPeople Management- Supervise and provide mentorship and training to finance and operations team.- Promote professional development amongst direct reports through coaching and mentoring.- Collaborate with direct reports to proactively address and resolve performance matters for the finance and operations team.- Bring team members together to function as a cohesive and productive finance and operations team. Financial Management- In collaboration with cluster leads, manage multiyear/multimillion-dollar program budget.- Guide development of well-structured costed work plans, budgets, and expenditure reports and ensure that team resources are allocated accordingly.- Track financial obligations and expenditures of donor(s) funds.
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Uganda
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Uganda
Primary Job Location : City
Kampala
- Overseeing the quantitative modeling the impact of programs, combining independent research with inputs from CHAI teams and donor(s)- Collaborating with a multi-functional team of strategic program associates, epidemiologists, and CHAI teams to source programs that are possible candidates for the Incubator- Establishing and maintaining relationships with Donor(s) to build consensus on the strategic framework and impact modeling- Presenting to senior CHAI leadership and donor organization(s) to share findings and solicit feedback on the identified programs of work- Managing pilots or country-level investigations of shortlisted programs- Please note that these may change as the project evolves
Program (Division)
Maximum Impact Incubator
Employment Status
Temporary | Full-Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
United States
Additional Location Description
This role is flexible to be based in a CHAI program country, pending Country Leadership approval.
- Owning and leading the strategic design of market-shaping interventions to support the African vaccine manufacturing ecosystem.- Overseeing quantitative and qualitative analysis to inform global policy and increase the evidence base for high-impact interventions.- Providing technical assistance implementation to drive on-the-ground impact in scaling-up the African vaccine manufacturing sector (e.g., business cases for vaccine technology transfers, policy proposals for the procurement of African-made vaccines).- Proactively developing and managing relationships with key partners to support the growth of the African vaccine manufacturing industry.- Leading preparation of presentations, reports, and other analyses to be shared with external stakeholders through white papers, conferences, and academic journal articles.- Creatively scoping and initiating projects that could contribute to further improving the African vaccine manufacturing ecosystem.
Program (Division)
Non Communicable Diseases - Vaccines Market Team
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
South Africa
Primary Job Location : City
Pretoria
Additional Location Description
Flexibility of placement in other CHAI programmatic countries pending country leadership approval.

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