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Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:- Design and conduct secondary and primary research for assessing and strengthening Public Health Surveillance (PHS) systems- Identify and implement solutions to streamline data systems, data collection formats and processes for the better tracking and data visualization of PHS data- Analyse and synthesize all research findings – qualitative and quantitative – to identify key strategic challenges and to create solutions across PHS system components- Work with teams to interpret and communicate results of the analyses to relevant stakeholders, including donors, partners, and government officials- Prepare notes and reports such as meeting and workshop proceedings, progress reports etc. on various activities related to the project
Strategic Leadership & Donor Management- Lead the overall portfolio and program for Access to Safe Drinking water and drive the strategic roadmap for ‘Access to Safe Drinking Water’.- Lead all donor communication and reporting as per the requirement of the project.- Develop donor portfolio and design donor outreach strategies for sourcing funds for scaling up the model in other geographies.- Support in developing business models (financial modelling) aimed at increasing efficiency of the entire CWTP vis a vis keeping the system sustainable.- Establish linkages at the relevant national level forums/think-tanks and participate in workshops, seminars, webinars etc.Program Operations- Provide research and analytical support to the department to aid identification of sites and SHGs/entrepreneurs for setting up CWTPs.- Mapping water treatment technology landscape to better inform the department’s decision making to identify suitable technology.- Identifying innovative models for promoting access to safe drinking water by involving community.- Liaison with the State and district level officials for efficient and timely execution of the project.- Establishing convergence with the other line departments like Tribal Welfare, National Health Mission, Women and Child Development, Education etc. for efficient operations of the CWTPs.- Map relevant government welfare schemes (with budgetary outlays corresponding utilization data) at national and state level.- Develop Standard Operating Procedure (SOPs) incorporating the best practices on how to effectively manage CWTPs.- Design IEC collaterals and event calendars for conducting awareness generation sessions among the communities.- Provide handholding support to the SHGs/entrepreneurs and build their capacities for efficient operationalization and management of the CWTPs.Program Monitoring- Support Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) through conducting baseline/end line surveys.- Develop monitoring frameworks, tools and reporting templates for bringing in efficiency and ensuring transparency in operations.- Monitoring operations of the CWTPs and ensure submission of regular reports and analysis to PHED and SRLM leadership.- Manage the field team comprising of staff at Bhopal office and field coordinators.- Travel to various project blocks at a short notice as required by the Department/Program Manager.- Perform other responsibilities as requested by program or country leadership.
CHAI is seeking a highly motivated individual to support the Viral Hepatitis program in the state of Punjab and Haryana and will report directly to the manager, viral hepatitis at the CHAI country office. The candidate must be able to function independently and have a strong commitment to excellence. Specifically, key responsibilities will include but are not limited to the following:- Work in close coordination with the State Program officers, NVHCP and the National Health Mission of Punjab and Haryana- Provide strategic and analytical support to program work streams, monitor program implementation activities, including but not limited to, working with, and engaging with field staff to review programmatic activities, track implementation of activities, and monitor and review outputs.- Identify potential risks and challenges to the implementation plan and roll-out of activities; work towards addressing potential risks/ mitigation mechanisms.- Support development of proposals, work plans, budgets and other reports and documents for ongoing and new areas.- Develop strong working relationships with and represent WJCF as trusted advisor to key stakeholders in government, international partners, donors, suppliers, and NGOs, and ensure coordination of resources and effort for maximum impact.- Support program management and leadership team with programmatic activities, and evaluation and scoping of other potential intervention areas, as required.- Other responsibilities as needed
Strategic- Support the program for Access to Safe Drinking water and drive the strategic roadmap for ‘Access to Safe Drinking Water’ - Assist the Program Manager in donor communication and reporting as per the requirement of the project- Support in developing business models (financial modelling) aimed at increasing efficiency of the entire CWTP vis a vis keeping the system sustainable.Program Operations- Provide research and analytical support to the department as per requirement.- Identifying innovative models for promoting access to safe drinking water by involving community and driving end-to-end plant operations in the identified geographical span- Liaison with the State and district level officials for efficient and timely execution of the project in the identified districts.- Establishing convergence with the other line departments like Tribal Welfare, National Health Mission, Women and Child Development, Education etc. for efficient operations of the CWTPs- Map relevant government welfare schemes (with budgetary outlays corresponding utilization data) at national and state level- Develop Standard Operating Procedure (SOPs) incorporating the best practices on how to effectively manage CWTPs- Design IEC collaterals and event calendars for conducting awareness generation sessions among the communities- Provide handholding support to the SHGs/entrepreneurs and build their capacities for efficient operationalization and management of the CWTPs for the identified districtsProgram Monitoring- Support Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) through conducting baseline/end line surveys- Develop monitoring frameworks, tools and reporting templates for bringing in efficiency and ensuring transparency in operations- Monitoring operations of the CWTPs and ensure submission of regular reports and analysis to PHED and SRLM leadership- Manage the field team comprising of staff at Bhopal office and field coordinators- Travel to various project blocks at a short notice as required by the Department/Program Manager- Perform other responsibilities as requested by program or country leadership
Direct support to CMPE for malaria case management commodities:- Assist CMPE Logistics team to conduct the annual quantification of malaria commodities and to review and validate the outputs together with partners, including:- Coordinating closely with other team associates to ensure that all programmatic changes are reflected in the quantification, including VMWs integration plans, stock base needs, new products, and additional programmatic activities- Completing handover of the CHAI-built Excel tool to CMPE Logistics, including Excel training and ongoing involvement in the quantification process- Help CMPE Logistics team conduct the quarterly supply review and adjust the procurement plan as needed- Ensure adequate distribution of commodities to all warehouses, health facilities, and village malaria workers (VMWs) through eLMIS, planning, data analysis and visualizationTrack the supply chain M&E indicators to quickly respond to any stock problems; monitor progress and impact over time, and routinely report findings- Work with the CHAI Provincial Officers and the Provincial & District Health Office staff to improve stock management and ensure that all malaria products are actively managed with mSupply- Work with CHAI Health Informatics team to refine the DHIS2 stock dashboard with direction from CMPE Logistics team, ensure routine use, and support refresher trainings- Develop training materials and presentations with direction from CMPE Logistics teamDirect support to CMPE for malaria vector control commodities:- Ensure high-quality quantification, targeting, and prioritization of ITNs to at-risk populations- Support CMPE and sub-national government staff to improve the distribution and M&E of ITNs to ensure high coverage among targeted populationsNational integration of the public health supply chain:- Work with government health programs and supply management staff to ensure all health commodities in public stores and facilities are well-managed in mSupply and delivered effectively to points-of-care, including:- Compiling information on registration, quantification, procurement and distribution processes and timelines for health programs and document key gaps and recommendations for CHAI’s engagement.- Monthly monitoring of each program’s use of mSupply to ensure active stock management in the integrated system- Supporting CHAI health program teams with planning and use of eLMIS- Support the CHAI Emergency Operations Center (EOC) team with the EOC stock dashboard review and planning development- Ongoing work includes identifying data and capacity gaps that impact procurement, supply, and distribution systems, and working with the CHAI team and government staff to build solutions that fit the needs of health programs in the context of the national health system- Other responsibilities as needed
- In collaboration with the Program Manager, provide strategic leadership, administrative and managerial oversight and monitoring of key verticals of the HIV and Syphilis programs portfolio- Develop strong working relationships with key stakeholders in government, international partners, donors and NGOs, and ensure maximum coordination of resources and effort- Support external stakeholder management and engagement with donors, GoI officials and partners- Manage effective project implementation, technical research as well as contextualized approaches to achieve project outcomes- Support Program Manager in identifying and defining WJCF's overall strategy for various project areas, develop clear operational plans for execution, and continually identify opportunities for WJCF to add value and maximize impact- Develop strategic and policy briefs to guide programs in newer areas and deepen engagement at the national and state level in areas of HIV prevention, advanced HIV disease, HIV self-testing, Triple Elimination of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV, Syphilis and Hepatitis, STI management, and integration with other programs of relevance such as HIV, Hepatitis, etc.- Oversee execution of workplans, progress reports, management of budgets and finances in accordance with financial covenants and procedures- Create and disseminate material, to internal and external stakeholders, to effectively communicate CHAI’s achievements in the HIV and Syphilis verticals- Support recruitment of talent in consonance with project needs and provide guidance/ mentoring to project staff- Liaise with CHAI’s global teams regarding information about new diagnostics and drugs and assist with in-country technical or operational evaluations or new product roll-out strategies to improve uptake of new products as they become available- Other responsibilities as guided by Program Manager
- Under guidance of NCVBDC and sector specialists, review existing M&E systems, surveillance tools and indicators in use by the government and relevant partners; identify sources of data available and flow of information- Supporting the NCVBDC in programme management issues with regards to VL and LF as well as other VBD management and/or eradication plans- Provide leadership and steering the TSU team towards time bound and quality deliverables- Facilitate development of tools for monitoring performance of surveillance for actionable guidance to states and various stakeholders- Support the TSU team in operationalising and integrating the analytical framework with existing government systems- Support NCVBDC in developing a comprehensive calendar of events to include activities at the national as well as the state level- Assess the NCVBDC supply chain mechanisms and process, assist in forecasting of commodities, scheduling, consigning and monitoring - recommend and support in optimization- Take lead in advocacy and recommending new management as well as technology approaches to NCVBDC- Support TSU in coordinating with partners, donors, agencies, and ministries for programmatic interventions vis-à-vis vector surveillance issues and knowledge building/sharing- Support in design and implementation of innovative approaches and recommendations to address key surveillance gaps in the programs at the national and state level- Support NCVBDC in building capacity at the national and state level to enable efficient and effective programming through the development and institutionalization of evidence driven solutions- Undertake any other duties as requested by the TSU Lead/Director and other sector specialists- Requirement of travel within India- Other responsibilities as needed
- Building and maintaining trust-based relationships with key suppliers, donors, and external partners at a senior level- Conducting thorough market assessments for priority products and services- Leading supplier engagement and negotiations on market-shaping initiatives- Effectively managing ongoing market-shaping agreements between relevant parties- Collaborating with CHAI's technical teams to develop and implement strategies to help suppliers accelerate the development, regulatory approval, and commercialization of key products- Working to design, build, and socialize key analyses to support market-shaping efforts (e.g., demand forecasts, business cases, etc.)- Developing and building consensus around strategic frameworks and priorities in order to move forward market-shaping discussions- Other responsibilities as needed
- Organize, clean, manage, and integrate different types of datasets, including epidemiological, demographic, intervention, and geospatial data;- Design and conduct statistical and spatial analyses (descriptive analyses, regressions and other relevant methods), and interpret results to evaluate effectiveness of current interventions, understand disease patterns, and inform strategic and operational planning;- Lead or provide technical guidance and thought partnership on the implementation of operational research projects related to surveillance, intervention effectiveness, and entomology, including question development and prioritization, formulation of research protocols, study design, sample size calculation, formulating and digitizing data collection tools, data validation and cleaning, biostatistical methodology, and data visualization;- Provide technical guidance and thought partnership on the design and routine implementation of monitoring and evaluation of CHAI and governmental programs, and analyze M&E indicators to inform progress;- Synthesize and disseminate findings through high-quality presentations, reports, and scientific publications;- Develop and maintain strong collaborative working relationships with relevant CHAI team members, academic institutions, and other partners;- Contextualize analytics work through review and synthesis of peer-reviewed and grey literature;- Document and apply lessons learned, formulate training materials, and lead individual or group trainings when requested to promote integration of analytics and data use with routine programmatic activities;- Any other tasks required.
- Work with government malaria programs, WHO, implementing partners, and CHAI team to conduct review of the national government malaria strategies, lead technical writing of the review report, and incorporate feedback and edits as needed- Work with the government malaria program, implementing partners, and CHAI team to optimize and cost any new strategies or plans by building Excel-based costing and budget models, conducting financial analyses, and supporting development of operational plans- Support governments in the GMS countries to meet Global Fund grant application requirements, including development of budgets and funding requests- Work with Global Fund regional consultants to support the development of the GMS regional funding request- Assist government programs and donors with addressing the long-term sustainability of malaria funding, by forecasting future funding gaps, mapping, and assessing funding opportunities (both innovative and traditional), and working with other technical teams and partners to develop potential plans to streamline and integrate malaria services into broader health systems- Serve as liaison between CHAI regional technical teams, country partners, and other key stakeholders- Build strong relationships with stakeholders across government, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector- Draft presentations and reports for internal and external stakeholders- Coordinate meetings and facilitate knowledge sharing between government programs and partner organizations in the region to ensure effective coordination- Other responsibilities as needed