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- Serve as a thought leader, manage, and implement analytical projects related to malaria epidemiology, interventions, and surveillance, as requiredSurveillance support (45%)- Manage surveillance activities in the region, in coordination with the CHAI malaria health informatics team and with support from their manager- Support development and review of national guidelines, standard operating procedures (SOPs), and training materials for malaria surveillance activities- Measure performance and determinants of malaria surveillance systems and provide prioritized recommendations to address key gaps- Support development, integration, and institutionalization of malaria information systems, including data collection tools and dashboards- Support integration of data use and analysis in routine programmatic activities at all levels of the health systemAnalytical support (35%)- Manage and coordinate analytical projects across different technical teams related to malaria epidemiology (e.g., drivers of transmission), targeting and evaluation of interventions (e.g., Indoor- Residual Spraying, Insecticide-Treated Net distributions, health worker allocations), and surveillance (e.g., data quality audits)- Provide high-quality analytical support to CHAI regional and country teams, government staff, and relevant partners, through the planning, implementation, and presentation of highly complex analyses- Clean, organize, and merge available datasets and assess their quality and suitability for analysis- Conduct statistical and spatial analyses (descriptive analyses, regressions, and other relevant methods)- Translate analytical results to national and sub-national government partners, ensure data are used to inform strategic decisions, and influence program strategy- Provide mentorship and review for team members conducting and synthesizing analytical workProgrammatic support (20%)- Perform scientific literature review on relevant topics as needed (e.g., surveillance methods, drivers of malaria transmission, intervention effectiveness)- Formulate and deliver national and sub-national level training materials with a focus on analytical content (e.g., data management best practices, online data collection tools), and surveillance strengthening- Develop and implement M&E plans for CHAI and program activities, including monitoring and evaluating the implementation of relevant malaria interventions, and surveillance systems- Ensure sustainability and country ownership of malaria surveillance and analytics activities by developing and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders across government programs, non-governmental organizations, and local academic institutions, with support from program managers- Indirectly manage other team members in the region and support trainings for regional and country team members on surveillance, analytics, and M&E activities- Synthesize results and communicate them through high-quality presentations, reports, and publications- Represent CHAI at external technical meetings within the region, and develop and document dissemination materials from these meetings- Any other tasks identified
Program (Division)
Infectious Disease - Global Malaria
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Mozambique
Primary Job Location : City
Maputo
Additional Location Description
Flexible within Southern Africa pending country leadership approval
Coordination and resource mobilization:- Provide overall coordination support for implementation of CHAI program activities; facilitate communication among country team members, knowledge management, work planning, and communication with CHAI global teams- Liaise and build strong working relationships with various MOH units, other government agencies, NGOs and international multilateral organizations, in order to avoid duplication of efforts and enhance health sector collaboration- Provide secretariat support to various MOH technical working groups, including developing agendas, presentations, meeting minutes, and be comfortable facilitating high-quality TWG sessions where needed- Support broader advocacy and resource mobilization efforts based on national roadmaps and strategies relevant to CHAI programs, including drafting grant proposals, concept notes, presentations, budgetsProgram implementation:- Plan and execute high-quality and effective training workshop, technical meetings, and stakeholder consultations- Lead the drafting of high-quality technical documents, including but not limited to presentations, training reports, briefing notes, budgets, national guidelines- Support development of health worker training or mentoring materials based on international guidelines and best-practices; track health worker capacity gaps and progress, and develop training debriefs and short reports- Advocate for the inclusion of new health indicators into routine health and supply chain information systems, and support development and piloting of relevant data collection tools and processes- Provide technical support to strengthen MOH supply chain, including quantification & forecasting, supply planning, development of SOPs and technical specifications- Support routine program monitoring & evaluation activities and donor reporting- Carry out independent problem-solving and undertake other duties as assigned
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Liberia
Employment Status
Full Time
Telecommute
No
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Liberia
Primary Job Location : City
Monrovia
Program Management (50%)- Coordinate development of donor reports (and other donor deliverables), working closely with GMAL directors and regional managers to ensure adherence to processes and timeline- Maintain dashboard of key malaria epidemiological metrics for each program country, working closely with regional managers to ensure it is comprehensive, accurate, and up to date- Lead coordination of goal-setting and work-planning processes within GMAL and work closely with GMAL directors and regional managers to track progress against goals- Support development of subrecipient contracts, processing of invoices, tracking of payments, and monitoring of spend against budgets- Manage day-to-day tasks and professional development of Senior Program Coordinator, who is responsible for (among other things) supporting recruitment and onboarding, updating team policy documents, maintaining knowledge management platforms, and leading meeting planning and coordinationFinancial Management (50%)- Manage development of financial reports, audit reports, and invoices for donors, working closely with relevant GMAL directors, CHAI country teams, CHAI leadership, and partner organizations for validation and approval- Oversee compliance with donor financial requirements- Manage financial close-out of grants- Monitor monthly variances of actual spend against budget; work with relevant GMAL directors and managers to develop variance explanations and adjust spending plans as needed- Lead annual budgeting (and reforecasting) process for GMAL, ensuring that projections reflect spend required to achieve programmatic goals within the financial resources available- Work with GMAL directors and managers to allocate and track funding from GMAL-owned grants to other CHAI programs (including country teams)- Create and maintain financial models to track expenditure and forecast spend for select program teams; help teams use models to inform programmatic decisions- Help develop scenario analyses to facilitate decision making by GMAL leadership and mitigate financial risks- Perform other responsibilities, as requested by supervisor and program directors
Program (Division)
Infectious Disease - Global Malaria
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Rwanda
Additional Location Description
This position is approved to be based in CHAI's office in Rwanda and Zimbabwe. Pending leadership approval, this role may also be based in another CHAI program country in Africa.
The Senior Program Manager will lead strategic vision, thought partnership, and implementation of CHAI’s PC-NTD program to strengthen country program planning and implementation (primarily related to surveillance and routine use of information, but may also cover resource mobilization, case management, supply chain and vector control) across at least seven countries by:- Ensuring achievable program plans are in place and integrated with team priorities, review and ensure high quality and up-to-date implementation of program activities and achievements- Directly managing a small team of project staff, including hiring, onboarding, managing performance, and contributing to professional development- Monitoring program activities against program goals and donor commitments, identify operational bottlenecks or weaknesses, and work collaboratively with CHAI country and global teams to achieve exceptional results on aggressive timelines- Reviewing and providing input to the budgeting process, including review of expenditures and decisions on reallocating funds- Managing internal communications across technical teams, country teams, and regional managers on cross-cutting NTD program activities- Representing CHAI at various regional and internal conferences and meetings related to NTD activities and strategy- Contributing to the formulation and sharing of project results, best practices, and lessons learned both internally and externally through high-quality presentations, briefs, reports, and publications- Developing project and financial donor reports, providing regular donor updates, and addressing ad-hoc donor requests- Developing and managing strong working relationships with key stakeholders across government, non-governmental organizations, working on relevant NTD strengthening activities- Identifying new opportunities for impact, including applying to new donor opportunities, implementing new opportunities to strengthen NTD programs, and building new relationships with key NTD stakeholders- Any other tasks assigned by the supervisor 
Program (Division)
Infectious Disease - Global Malaria
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Kenya
Additional Location Description
There is flexibility in the base location for this role to be based in the United States or a program country, pending leadership approval, with preference for a base location in a CHAI program country.
Project management and coordination- Lead and drive the success of the initiative working collaboratively and coordinating with internal CHAI teams and external partners - Serve as a key advisor to senior leadership, regional managers, and technical teams on the progress, challenges and opportunities related to the project - Proactively monitor and manage project execution (planning, implementation, and dissemination) to ensure that expected deliverables and targets are achieved on time and within budget- Coordinate the day-to-day functioning of the project, including preparing and updating project workplans, providing inputs into regional and country workplans to ensure project activities are adequately reflected, leading communications, and providing support to all internal stakeholders involved - Proactively identify issues related to project execution and evaluate potential consequences and risk levels- Problem-solve challenges in meeting project objectives, including internal and external conflict resolution, budget constraints, and other operational challenges- Continually and collaboratively identify new opportunities to add value and maximize project’s impact- Ensure project compliance with all administrative, financial, and contractual requirements - Support formulation of sub-awards as needed, including defining clear and actionable scope of work, timelines for contact deliverables, negotiating and finalizing budgets with partnersTeam management and communications- Manage communications across technical teams, country teams, and regional managers to ensure timely delivery on cross-cutting project activities - Working closely with the regional managers, travel as needed to provide assistance to country program managers and staff across focus countries - Assist country teams to manage effective implementation of planned activities, including adherence to timelines and coordinating review and feedback from technical teams. - Support the hiring of project staff, including preparing job descriptions, participating in the interview process, and developing onboarding approaches and materials- Support sharing of information, best practices, standardized approaches and lessons learned across countriesDonor financial reporting and communications- Contribute to development of project and financial donor reports, including supporting coordination of regular donor updates, soliciting inputs from relevant teams and ensuring adherence to reporting timelines- Review and provide input to the budgeting process, including review of expenditures and decisions on reallocating funds- Develop or contribute to the formulation of templates for grant deliverables, formulate project reports and presentations, and coordinate with leadership to provide appropriate updates and reports on activities - Review and ensure high quality and up-to-date documentation of project activities, achievements, and grant deliverables - Support dissemination of findings both internally and externally through high-quality presentations, reports, and publications.
Program (Division)
Infectious Disease - Global Malaria
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Senegal
Primary Job Location : City
Dakar
Additional Location Description
Flexible - Francophone African countries
Leading Investigations- Serve as investigation manager for internal investigations, including assigning investigation teams, writing and reviewing TORs, interview documentation, outcome reports, and sharing recommendations with CHAI leaders; assist external investigations as needed, by providing counsel with relevant information and acting as a CHAI liaison.- Provide professional expertise to CHAI’s team of internal investigators, Global HR, Safety & Security, impacted staff and managers, and to CHAI’s senior leadership, while maintaining strict confidentiality- Liaise with legal counsel to evaluate and advise CHAI leadership and Global HR on country-specific investigation requirements, processes, and risk mitigation- Support CHAI’s complaint response mechanisms, including monitoring a third-party whistleblower hotline and responding to open complaints- Maintain CHAI’s investigations procedures, and engage with counsel to routinely assess and update procedures as necessary to adhere to legal compliance Training and Development- Own and update CHAI’s existing safeguarding and respectful workplace-related training content (online and in-person materials) and develop new training materials- Organize and conduct Focal Point Trainings for all new Focal Points (FPs), and make recommendations for new FPs in line with the diversity of CHAI’s global community- Build and promote additional safeguarding capacity across human resources (global and country) by sharing resources and training on conducting investigations and international best practices, such as managing gender issues in the workplace- Support program and country teams to incorporate safeguarding protocols, risk assessments and mitigation plans into their programmatic activities- Collaborate with external consultants to develop additional safeguarding resources as needed Monitoring and Evaluation- Maintain Global HR’s safeguarding tracker, outlining the status of complaints received, and lead weekly safeguarding meetings- Develop a safeguarding risk matrix to help identify and proactively manage current and emerging safeguarding risks- Prepare and distribute quarterly safeguarding summary reporting to CHAI leadership- In partnership with Global Operations & Contracts, provide quality and timely responses to donor assessments and review grant proposals to ensure alignment on safeguarding reporting- Develop M&E measures to ensure policies and procedures are implemented and executed CHAI-wide Strengthening Policies & Knowledge Management- Provide guidance to CHAI leadership on navigating highly sensitive situations, including supporting leadership when reporting safeguarding concerns to relevant parties- Promote knowledge sharing, documentation, and dissemination to all CHAI staff of existing safeguarding materials and best practices- Research and develop new tools and resources to support survivors of sexual abuse, harassment, and exploitation, including survivors of gender-based violence- Continually assess CHAI’s safeguarding program and identify gaps in knowledge and recommend appropriate enhancements-  Additional Tasks- Act as a Focal Point and member of CHAI’s Safeguarding Committee- Support CHAI’s background check rollout- Other duties and projects, as assigned 
Program (Division)
Human Resources
Employment Status
Full Time
Telecommute
Yes
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Eswatini
Primary Job Location : City
Mbabane
Provide strategic, technical, and planning support and bandwidth to country programs (60%):- Support country teams to develop country-level strategy and work plans, coordinated with global CHAI strategy- Provide day-to-day thought partnership, technical support, and bandwidth across country programs, including but not limited to policy, forecasting, M&E, service delivery and market shaping- Design and develop high quality deliverables to support the scale-up of country programs, including presentations, concept notes, tools, and models- Utilize and analyze programmatic data to support the monitoring of country-level program process against milestones, and work with Program Management to identify and mitigate risks to achieving program and grant goals- Support logistic management of product donation and monitoring of drug availability in country, ensuring strong systems are in place to ensure replenishment systemProvide coordination support across global and country programs (25%):- Share country updates with broader global team to inform global priorities and keep team members up to date on ongoing areas for support- Share global priorities, guidance, evidence, and updates with country teams to support development of national COVID-19 test and treat programming- Collect, consolidate, and share lessons learned and best practices (strategies, tools, and experience) across country programs to maximize impact of learnings- Provide support on cross-country / global work streams, including internal and external reportingSupport cross-cutting global work streams, projects, and communications (15%):- Actively participate in cross-cutting strategic planning and problem solving related to the growth, success, and sustainability of the COVID-19 Treatment Access program- Support drafting program updates, presentations, concept notes, proposals, and meeting plans, as needed- Lead or support development and implementation of special projects to further global impact, as needed- Work collaboratively with Global Diagnostic Team (GDT), Global Analytics and Implementation Research (AIR) team, Global Markets Team (GMT), other relevant CHAI global teams, and CHAI country teams to achieve project goals
Program (Division)
Infectious Disease - COVID Treatment Access Team
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Zambia
Additional Location Description
There is flexibility for this role to be based in another CHAI program country in Sub-Saharan Africa (Kenya, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Ghana, Uganda, Rwanda, Malawi), pending leadership approval.
Accounting, Reporting, and Internal Controls- Manage financial month end closing and year end processes including ensuring timely submissions to Boston’s finance and government regulatory agencies- Enhance implementation of internal accounting and control procedures.- Review and maintain the integrity of all monthly balance sheet reconciliations conducted by the Finance Coordinator for accuracy- Supervises the Finance Coordinator in making sure all financial entries in QuickBooks have followed the application of GAAP and any prevalent CHAI standards in reporting financial data- Supervises the Finance Coordinator in making sure there is an implementation of a safe, robust, and easily retrievable financial documentation and filing system for both hard and soft copies- Perform quarterly reconciliation between the GL and the asset registers to ensure information recorded on the GL matches what is reported in the register. In addition, carry out physical verification as per CHAI policy.- Review remittances of all applicable taxes in accordance with legal requirements in the country- Contribute to the improvement of financial systems and processes in the Country Office (CO), recommending changes to provide timely and appropriate financial information to budget owners and donors- Coordinate and liaise with Boston’s Accounting team on financial reports and follow up on supplemental information as requiredPayroll management- Review payrolls and validate employee’s payroll and benefits (Pension, Severances, Tax, Insurance- Working in collaboration with HR, conduct a monthly payroll reconciliation to ascertain that payroll registers reconciles with the financial entries as per General Ledger (GL) distributed- Monthly checks to confirm if all remittances were submitted to all relevant tax authority by the due dates without any errors- Monthly reconciliation between the General Ledger and timesheets for grants with timesheets requirementsTreasury         - Manage the country treasury function (cash, bank, receivables, and payables) and ensure adequate resources are available for both administrative and programmatic spending- Manage local payments & process wire requests to Boston- Manages monthly cash forecasting and cash requests from Boston treasury team- Liaise and communicate with Boston finance team to ensure good flow of information, including raising awareness on areas of risk or concernCompliance & audit- Support development and implementation of policies, systems, and procedures to ensure quality financial, transparency, and adoption of best practices- Conduct quarterly spot checks to ensure internal control are being adhered to.- Prepare and coordinate annual statutory audit, donor specific audits/assessments and CHAI internal audits- Ensure follow-up with audit observations and maintain an up-to-date remediation log (corrective action plan log)
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Uganda
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Uganda
Primary Job Location : City
Kampala
- Work with MOHCC and partners to accelerate introduction and uptake of new COVID-19 medicines (including supporting development/dissemination of new guidelines, development of roll-out plans, tracking uptake and cost benefit analysis)- Work with MOHCC, the CHAI country and global teams to adapt and/or develop strategic and implementation plans- Support the design and implementation processes including systems for collection, collation, and synthesis of program data to inform program strategy, operations and reviews- Support training and roll-out of COVID-19 treatment through a test-and-treat program including pharmacovigilance associated with rolling out new treatment- Support the test-and-treat operational research (OR) component through protocol adaptation/finalization, facility data collection, analysis, and reporting, including cleaning and managing data obtained for the study and respond to data set queries- Communicate with the OR study team by organizing and coordinating meetings to discuss activities, progress, and challenges- Organizing and participating in health facility supervision visits in collaboration with MOHCC and other partners- Conduct procurement/export, clearing and distribution of medicines or related products procured by CHAI- Actively participate in national COVID-19 commodity quantification processes with MOHCC- Monitor supply chain and stock status across facilities and support MOHCC as required to minimize stock-outs- Work with the MOHCC and partners to assess opportunities for optimization of national Covid-19 treatment guidelines- Documentation of case studies and best practices as part of knowledge management and sharing within the access to medicines community in CHAI and beyond- Collect and analyse country level clinical data for treatment and diagnostic commodities to support Covid-19 programmatic decision making- Any other duties as assigned by the Program Manager
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Zimbabwe
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Zimbabwe
Primary Job Location : City
Harare
Grant Management- Support program leads in creating comprehensive budgets for new grant proposals (or re-budgeting of existing grants) that meet both internal CHAI requirements and external donor requirements- Create and manage completion of financial reports, audit reports, and invoices for donors, working directly with the relevant leadership within IDRL responsible for the grant, as well as CHAI’s various country teams, global partners, Director of Budgeting and Reporting and Chief Financial Officer for validation and approval of reports- Liaise with sub-grantees and sub-contractors to manage all relevant budget and financial management components within the scope of the grant- Oversee compliance with donor financial requirements- Manage financial close-out of grants coming to an endMonthly Financial Review and Annual Budgeting- Develop and populate relevant tools to facilitate Manager and/or Director review of posted expenses across relevant programs and work collaboratively with Managers and Directors to identify necessary adjustments- Analyze and report on monthly variances of operational expenses to budget; work with Managers and Directors to provide variance explanations and to make ongoing adjustments to financial plans based on variances; conduct monthly reviews of activities with Directors and EVP- Lead the annual budgeting and semi-annual reforecasting for some of IDRL's teams to ensure consistency and accurate reflection of programmatic goals given the financial resources available- Work with the appropriate IDRL Directors and Managers to allocate and track funding from IDRL programs to other CHAI programs, including country teamsOperations Evaluation and Financial Planning- Work with IDRL Finance colleagues on the evaluation of program performance e.g. appraisal of cost-allocation and management of key business drivers- Lead in the creation and maintenance of financial models to track expenditure and generate forecasts to help drive programmatic decisions- Support development of alternative scenario analyses to facilitate decision making by senior management; lead in financial risk management- Identify, investigate, and implement potential operational improvementOther- Facilitate training on finance-related issues to non-finance staff; ensure corporate memory is retained; facilitate knowledge transfer of best practices between IDRL programs- Create tools and reports for budgeting and planning purposes- Perform other programmatic/operational duties as requested by the EVP
Program (Division)
Infectious Disease - COVID Treatment Access Team
Employment Status
Full Time
Telecommute
Yes
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
United States
Additional Location Description
There is flexibility for this role to be based in a CHAI program country, pending leadership approval.

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