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- Lead CHAI Rwanda Sustainable Health Financing, Primary Health Care and other Systems Strengthening programs and shape CHAI Rwanda health financing and public health portfolio together with the rest of CHAI Rwanda Senior Management Team.- Act as a key advisor to government leadership in the design and implementation of health financing, primary health care, and other system strengthening interventions and reforms. Those will include, and not be limited to, the following:- Ambitious system strengthening and provider payment reforms for primary health care providers- The institutionalization of an evidence-based process to revise CBHI health benefit package and ensure essential services are covered by the scheme- The strengthening of donor coordination to support domestic resource mobilization and a sustainable transition towards greater self-reliance- Advise government on the development and implementation of a mid to long-term financing plan for primary health system strengthening, and help drive progress towards a stronger and more sustainable PHC system- Supervise a team of associates, senior associates and technical advisors with diverse professional and educational backgrounds and work with HR to lead and support talent management and development initiatives.- Provide technical advice and oversight over the quality of deliverables and ensure that communications and work products that are shared externally meet CHAI standards.- Identify and develop medium-term action areas and strategies to address key public health issues in Rwanda and as needed, work with CHAI donors to mobilize funding to address these needs.- Pursue opportunities for collaboration with other CHAI teams, helping to build a cross-cutting community of practice within the country, region and organization.
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Rwanda
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Rwanda
Primary Job Location : City
Kigali
- Work with various country team offices to manage payroll deadlines and process bi-weekly and monthly payroll submissions- Facilitate the employee life cycle - onboarding new hires, conducting onboarding calls, assist in termination process, including sending exit letters and exit surveys, and coordinating with HR- Partners on any sensitive issues and entering and maintaining data in HRIS - Enter data on new hires, changes and terminations into HRIS and ensure employee documents are saved appropriately - Communicate with benefits vendors and enter data into online benefits systems regarding new hire enrollments, changes and terminations - Work closely with HR Manager of Benefits and Compliance to support employees and managers with benefits questions and assist with escalated claims issues. - Monitor shared Human Resources email account and field incoming questions related to onboarding, benefits, and general HR issues - Actively monitor contract end dates and issue contract renewals when needed - Assist with audits - conduct weekly internal audits and coordinate with the Finance department to provide documents and information for internal and external audits- Assist employees with employment verifications and visa letters - Provide ad-hoc data & project support, including reporting from the HRIS and other administrative support to Human Resources staff as needed - Work closely with Country Teams to understand in-country processes and needs and bring in-country perspective to Global HR team to inform process improvements.- Work with the Expenses and Payroll department to process reimbursements and pay invoices- Other projects as assigned by supervisor
Program (Division)
Human Resources
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Eswatini
Primary Job Location : City
Mbabane
Additional Location Description
Maseru, Lesotho
Employee Relations (40%)- Advise assigned program leadership and staff on building team morale, increasing productivity and retention, and resolving complex employee relations issues with adept cultural sensitivity.- Provide guidance on practices that promote effective and harmonious working relationships across CHAI’s diverse matrix, in line with our principles of engagement.- Handle sensitive matters and intake complaints from employees and others. Plan and execute confidential investigations, as assigned, of alleged harassment, bullying, discrimination, abuse and exploitation, and other misconduct. Write investigative reports for Global HR leadership and summaries for CHAI leadership. - Serve as Focal Point for issues pertaining to CHAI’s Global Code of Conduct and the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation, Abuse & Harassment (PSEAH). - Facilitate new hire check-ins and conduct exit interviews with assigned global program teams. - Conduct regular meetings with respective teams, including team leadership, by phone, web application or in person in order to understand and anticipate HR needs.HR Operations & Compliance (30%)- Provide guidance to assigned program teams on compensation and equity, HR procedure and policy interpretation, host-country compliance, and recruiting and retention strategies. - Advise assigned program teams on compensation decisions by analyzing internal data and providing recommendations that align with CHAI’s compensation framework.- Work with other members of CHAI HR to facilitate employment agreements and interpret labor regulations and HR-related legal issues for country offices and international staff, research and interpret overseas labor laws, perform and support HR audits, and support reviews and changes to HR-related manuals and documents. - Maintain in depth knowledge of legal requirements related to day-to-day management of employees, reducing legal risks and ensuring regulatory compliance. Partner with Contracts department and Global Operations team as needed and provide guidance to managers as appropriate on a case by case basis,- Work with members of Global HR team to complete administrative work related to HR processes including contract renewals, payroll changes, etc. in a timely manner.Professional Development, Training & Workforce Planning (20%)- Lead, execute and facilitate learning and development activities to promote a respectful workplace, talent development, management skills, and other capacity-building needs in line with CHAI’s approach to on-the-job learning. -  Provide coaching, guidance and communication as needed to program teams on a variety of topics including, but not limited to; staff performance, professional development, giving and receiving feedback, diversity, equity and inclusion, etc.- Work alongside program teams and Talent Acquisition to provide guidance and input on team restructures, workforce planning and succession planning.- Identify training needs for assigned global program teams and individual manager needs.- Proactively identify opportunities to equip team members with resources that support professional development and internal mobility.Projects & Other HR Work (10%)- Lead or support on a variety of recurring and standalone projects in line with the Global HR strategic priorities. - Provide ad hoc reporting and analysis based on the needs of the HR team and various global teams.- Provide other HR services as needed and requested.
Program (Division)
Human Resources
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Nigeria
Additional Location Description
South Africa
We are seeking a highly motivated individual with outstanding strategic, analytical, communication and leadership skills. The successful candidate will adhere to the core CHAI values of resourcefulness, entrepreneurialism, flexibility, independence, humility, and work ethic. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:- Manage a small team (1-2 Associates) on projects to improve access to hypertension and diabetes care in low- and middle-income countries.- Lead the design and implementation of in-country market assessments and in-country market shaping plans in 5 focus countries, including the development/alignment of market assessment tools for use in these countries. These assessments should cover both public and private supply chains, including an understanding of mark-ups at various levels of these supply chains, and current barriers to availability and affordability.- Support effective implementation of the market shaping plans and provide technical support as needed to CHAI country teams in order to assist their alignment with global objectives of the NCD program.- Develop an understanding of global and local market dynamics and market shaping priorities for key NCD commodities (antihypertensive and antidiabetic medication, insulin, glucose monitoring devices and consumables, insulin syringes/pens and other commodities) in low- and middle-income markets (LMICs).- Guide the development of analyses that strengthen the business case for enhanced affordability and availability of these commodities in LMICs, such as demand forecasts, uptake scenarios and market access strategies; production development, cost reduction and manufacturing strategies- Build and lead relationships with suppliers that currently produce or have the potential to produce relevant, high-quality NCD commodities for LMIC markets.- Cultivate relationships with key global health partners to ensure coordination, alignment and collaboration with partner programs and research, where relevant.- Lead development of presentations, reports, and other analyses to inform global policy and increase the evidence base for high-impact interventions- Support the development of concept notes, donor proposals and new projects, and reporting requirements on existing programs.- Any other duties as required.
Program (Division)
Non Communicable Diseases - Global Cancer
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
United States
Additional Location Description
Preference for this role to be based in sub-Saharan Africa in a CHAI country office, pending leadership approval
We are seeking a highly motivated individual with outstanding analytical, strategic, communication and teamwork skills. The successful candidate will adhere to the core CHAI values of resourcefulness, entrepreneurialism, flexibility, independence, humility, and work ethic. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:- Support the design and implementation of in-country market assessments and in-country market shaping plans in 5 focus countries, including the development/alignment of market assessment tools for use in these countries. These assessments should cover both public and private supply chains, including an understanding of mark-ups at various levels of these supply chains.- Support effective implementation of the market shaping plans and provide technical support as needed to CHAI country teams in order to assist their alignment with global objectives of the NCD program.- Develop an understanding of global and local market dynamics and market shaping priorities for key NCD commodities (antihypertensive and antidiabetic medication, insulin, glucose monitoring devices and consumables, insulin syringes/pens and other commodities) in low- and middle-income markets (LMICs).- Generate analyses that strengthen the business case for enhanced affordability and availability of these commodities in LMICs, such as demand forecasts, uptake scenarios and market access strategies; production development, cost reduction and manufacturing strategies- Support the design and implementation of supplier engagement strategies- Cultivate relationships with key global health partners and ensure alignment with partner programs and research, where possible.- Lead preparations of presentations, reports, and other analyses to inform global policy and increase the evidence base for high-impact interventions- Support the development of concept notes, donor proposals and new projects, and support documentation and reporting requirements on existing programs.- Any other duties as required- Preference for this role to be based in sub-Saharan Africa in a CHAI country office.  25-30% international travel time would be required once situation allows
Program (Division)
Non Communicable Diseases - Global Cancer
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
United States
Additional Location Description
Strong preference for this role to be based in sub-Saharan Africa in a CHAI country office, pending leadership approval
Vector Control – Commodity Forecasting- Work closely with internal and external partners to collate, interpret, and analyze vector control commodity data in support of a multi-year global malaria commodities forecast- Identify and quantify potential implications of changing trends in insecticide resistance, commodity pricing, donor and country budgets, available products, and normative guidance on vector control commodity volumes- Attend, contribute to, and sometimes lead meetings with key vector control partners, and support relationship building and relationship management with these partners- Support writing and editing of reports for the donor and dissemination- Analyze and review forecast model outputs- Attend and participate in key partner and internal meetingsQuality in Vector Control Products- Research the levers affecting vector control product quality, particularly bed net quality – including policy guidelines, minimum standards, pre-qualification processes, global/procurer/country-level quality assurance and quality control, transportation and storage conditions, and in-country monitoring- Package information from research, stakeholder conversations, and thought leadership into high-quality and clear presentations, reports, and publicationsNew and Pipeline Vector Control Products- Conduct literature reviews, stakeholder conversations, and data analysis on new and upcoming products, synthesize this information for dissemination, and provide strategic thought partnership on how CHAI and partners could support roll-out of new products- For innovative program initiatives, translate high-level ideas into actionable project workplans and pitch decks- Quantify the relevant market demand through top-down or bottom-up analyses- Support scoping for innovative approaches to increasing efficiency and effectiveness of vector control intervention mixes with the aim of efficiently achieving desired health impact of the preventive interventionCross-Cutting- Proactively develop and maintain strong working relationships with key stakeholders across government and non-governmental organizations- Represent CHAI at relevant working groups and meetings to provide appropriate technical support as necessary- Support the continuous development and refinement of the CHAI Vector Control Strategy
Program (Division)
Infectious Disease - Global Malaria
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
United States
Additional Location Description
Flexible, pending country leadership approval
Procurement- Prepare Annual & Half-yearly procurement plans for the grant.  - Ensure that the grant budget is updated and is in-sync with the Annual & Half-yearly procurement plans- Track changes to the procurement as per the project need and keep in the donor and the program leadership informed of the changes- Assist the country teams with order processing and ensuring compliance to the Annual & Half-yearly procurement plans- Coordinate with the in-country team leaders and partner suppliers to ensure programmatic commodities are manufactured, shipped, and delivered in the country as per the evolving grant operational plans.- Draft RFPs for new products and commodities required by the program- Collaborate with the partner suppliers and assist them with production planning, forward looking capacity expansion and liaising with external buyers i.e., country government, implementing partners and donor organizations- Assist country teams with new product registrations, local distributor identification and negotiations- Collaborate with the country teams and the CHAI quality assurance team to ensure product breakdowns/failures are appropriately logged and reported to the suppliers. S/he will also ensure that replacement devices are shipped timely to the country teams to keep service downtime to the bare minimum.- Prepare/review shipment package (Airway Bill, packing list and commercial Invoices) and coordinate the shipment schedule (release to the logistic provider)- Coordinate with logistic providers on the shipments and assist in issue related to shipments and transit risks.- Prepare Purchase orders (PO’s) and related payment request forms following the organization’s procurement policy and guidelines.- Collaborate with procurement agencies (UNICEF) on procurement orders, planning, recording, and reportingOperations & Finance Management- Work with each of the countries to ensure timely receipt of budgets- Run validation checks on budgets received from each country, liaise with countries to populate any missing data points- Support monthly with the GL review (all countries and global teams) with a view on:- Appropriateness of expenses charged- Staff costs to ensure they are in line with budget allocation for the country- Highlight if any expense reclasses are needed and work with accounting to get those done- Support on a quarterly basis:- GL review as per #1 above- Work with countries to carry out tagging of expenses in line with the donor cost categories- Review allocation to expenses to different outputs of the program as budgeted/ agreed- Work with countries to update the Asset register- Review quarterly financial reports of key sub-contractors- Reconciling procurement related expenses with the procurement plan and corresponding entry into the books- Support on a bi-annual basis:- GL review as per #2 above- Consolidate all countries’ GLs into the donor format
Program (Division)
Women and Children's Health - Cervical Cancer
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
United States
Additional Location Description
CHAI program countries, dependent on CD approval
The incumbent will work under the supervision and report to the Assistance Director, Child and Newborn Health. In addition, they will also report and work closely with the Program Coordinator on all areas relating to the PeaCe Health program. They will support MOH in ensuring that all neonatal and child health activities on the PeaCe Health program are adequately planned, implemented and reported in a manner that is in line with the program objectives and achieves sets targets. Specific responsibilities may include but are not limited to:- Support the Child Health Unit to ensure that newborn and child health activities on the PeaCe Health are adequately planned, implemented, and monitored to achieve the program set targets.- Support MOH and other partners to reverse the negative trend in Neonatal Mortality Rate (NMR) and ensure that high-impact interventions are implemented.- Work with the MOH to provide strategic direction and technical guidance to project districts in implementing the Newborn and Child Health component on the PeaCe Health program.- Support MOH hold regular technical working group meetings involving players in newborn and child health services and ensure that the nutrition component is adequately addressed in the discussions. Support the MOH in the Newborn and Child Health weeks and other important national events.- Work closely with the program team to ensure that other technical sectors are coordinated, integrated and support each other to optimize the project purposes and objectives.- Prepare quality quarterly and annual reports and timely submission of deliverables.- Actively contribute to learning, evaluating, capturing, and disseminating lessons from the program to improve program performance and overall outcomes.- Support capacity building of health workers through (on the job) training and mentoring in integrated people-centered approach in the knowledge and skills to improve newborn and child survival.- Work with MOH and program districts to improve and make available all essential key commodities, equipment for delivery of newborn and child health services, and necessary laboratory diagnostics to ensure basic tests are conducted.- Work with MOH to develop newborn and child health IEC/BCC materials to encourage health care providers to adapt to the integrated people-centered approach for better health practices.- Work with MOH to ensure that program districts conduct integrated community outreach services, promote male involvement, and strengthen referral systems between different care levels.- Work with MOH to support the regular engagement of community structures to address newborn and child health problems associated with gatekeepers, traditional structures, beliefs, attitudes, and practices in all program districts.- Support MOH to strengthen accountability and budget tracking regarding newborn and child health funds allocated by the MOH and provided by cooperating partners.- In collaboration with the M&E officer, ensure that high-quality data on newborn health indicators are collected, analyzed, and utilized to inform decision making, resource allocation, and interventions.- Any other duties assigned.
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Zambia
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Zambia
CHAI currently seeks a Senior Health Economist to work with the Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB), reporting to the Deputy Director General Benefits, to help improve the use of evidence through economic evaluations for policy decision making. The senior health economist will lead the design and support the implementation of the new data analytics strategy through rapid and comprehensive economic evaluations aimed to help RSSB deliver successfully on their key strategic initiatives for 2020/2025 regarding the two medical insurance schemes (CBHI and RAMA). This effort is cornerstone to RSSB’s goal to contribute to journey towards universal health coverage by expanding interventions covered, at the same time improving sustainability of the health insurance scheme resources. The sustainability will be achieved through improving decision making processes to inform important policy and operational decisions. Greater availability and use of economic evaluations will be critical to improving the health of Rwandans, as it will help government leaders make more informed decisions on which health interventions to provide coverage and improve the financial sustainability of the various insurance schemes, and RSSB as a whole. The senior health economist will also help design and implement the framework for improved evaluation processes, and support to the set-up of a health economics team and systems within RSSB. This will take place in parallel with the implementation of a new benefit package design, and the implementation of a new IT automation system, and hence the economist will work closely with the CBHI and RAMA teams to translate of data needs into system requirements. This is a top government priority, and the Economist will therefore be seconded to RSSB reporting directly to the Deputy Director General - Benefits. Job description:- The key functions and deliverables of this role will include, to:- Develop innovative solutions for trend recognition and analysis using advanced statistic from RSSB databases (membership, claims, reimbursements) to drive optimization and improvement of RSSB health benefits using advanced economic and statistical methodology- Provide direct technical assistance (including training and coaching) to the Ministry of Health and partners to work on Health technology Assessment (HTA), evidence synthesis, health benefits packages and clinical guidelines and ensure value for money and quality in service delivery.- Provide guidance to the RSSB/CBHI on research methodologies and assessment protocols to maximize linkages to ongoing work and contribute to the writing, editing, and publishing of reports and peer reviewed articles as relevant; prepare presentations and policy briefs- Support the set-up of a health benefit package prioritization team within RSSB, recruit and onboard team members, building capacity in for innovative qualitative and quantitative analyses that link complex datasets such as patient records and CBHI claims data- Participate in meetings, technical working groups and maintain effective and collaborative working relationships with various partners and stakeholders- Work with other departments to promote the adoption of analytical principles and coordinate efforts among multiple internal and external stakeholders to ensure timely delivery of answers to the policy questions- Provide technical assistance in developing and updating the list of services covered by CBHI and RAMA using the best available evidence.
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Rwanda
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Rwanda
Primary Job Location : City
Kigali

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