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Data Access and Digitization (60%)- Identify inputs for improvements to the NTD integrated database- Guide and establish needs for campaign digitization efforts, including:- Identify opportunities for data use and digitization of national campaigns, and build a plan and vision for integrated campaign digitization- Explore useful analysis and tools for decision-making that are not fully leveraged, assess the operational and financial feasibility of implementing solutions- Support operational requirements gathering, including defining and understanding needs and gaps in campaign operations, identifying areas to address through digital solutions and areas that may need parallel operations strengthening by MoH departments and local partner support- Select, enhance, and customize context-appropriate campaign tools- Promote integrated campaign tools and platforms progressively implemented with across campaign and embedded within routine health systems- Conduct routine monitoring and evaluation to understand value and impact of digitizing and integrating campaigns- Develop a sustainability plan for long-term maintenance and use of digital platforms, including use of a network of local partnersARISE Data Quality and M&E support (30%)- Support data review, indicator estimation, and data source mapping that is required to populate key indicators at relevant frequencies- Support the design and launch of the ARISE project dashboard (or similar data system) and relevant supporting materials, in collaboration with the CHAI health informatics and digital health teams to visualize progress of the project- Lead and conduct routine data quality assessment of NTD data, and identify activities to improve the quality of the dataOthers Tasks (10%)- Contribute to the development resources and best practices to share lessons learned across teams, and synthesize and disseminate findings through high-quality presentations, reports, and publications- Any other tasks as assigned by manager
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Burkina Faso
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Burkina Faso
Primary Job Location : City
Ouagadougou
Specific responsibilities of the Supply Chain Associate will include: Global Supply Coordination- Provide the CPG with support to onboard new countries to the GFPVAN; provide ongoing support to 3-6 countries.- Execute training of assigned country users and other country stakeholders on supply chain data management principles related to GFPVAN processes and the GFPVAN platform.- Act as main point of contact between VAN and country data providers for the collection, review, and validation of national inventory and supply plan data for a portfolio of countries. - Work with country data providers to ensure that inventory and supply plan data is submitted on time and is complete.- Work with the CPG to vet contraceptive orders, allocate shipments across countries, prevent stock outs and identify potential funding shortages. Relay critical country-level insights in global discussions, quickly and effectively supporting information flow between country and global levels to address actual or potential stock imbalances.- Ensure that supply plans, inventory, and order/shipment data as presented in the GFPVAN are in alignment with one another for a portfolio of countries.- Create data validation tickets and work to resolve data validation issues for a portfolio of countries using the GFPVAN ticketing system when possible, or directly with country data providers.- Support continuous process improvement efforts through active participation in GFPVAN taskforces and workstreams.    - Support ad hoc translation to help bridge understanding between the Francophone and Anglophone communities.- Flag CHAI focus country commodity gaps to key stakeholders at the global level (e.g. USAID, UNFPA, RHSC, FP2020, FCDO) and gain consensus on the gaps and to enact concrete solutions to address gaps- Develop relationships with key stakeholders working in SRH commodity security, becoming a respected and trusted thought leader in this area of focus within CHAI and within the global community- Conduct analyses of global consumption or procurement data, or other information, as needed- Provide country insight to the CHAI Global Markets Team to support market shaping efforts Country Supply Chain- Serve as a supply chain expert resource to the Global SRH Team and to country teams, providing technical support as needed on in-country supply chain and distribution systems- Respond to requests from Global SRH Team to provide support to country teams to strengthen national forecasts and improve supply planning processes, and build the forecasting and supply planning capability on teams as needed- Manage and strengthen system to monitor stock on hand, consumption and orders of family planning commodities and medical abortion products for CHAI focus countries- Collaborate with country teams to mitigate supply chain related barriers Knowledge Management- Complete knowledge focal point responsibilities as outlined in the SRMNH knowledge map- Inform program activities based on global evidence base, insightful analytical perspective, 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 Global SRH Team, Global MNH Team, Applied Implementation and Research Team (AIR), Global Markets Team (GMT), the Product Development and Regulatory Affairs Team (PDRA), other relevant CHAI global teams and CHAI country teams to achieve project goals- Provide analytical and management support as requested- Contribute to donor reports- Frequent 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)
Senegal
Primary Job Location : City
Dakar
Additional Location Description
This position may be based in a CHAI program country in West or Central Africa, pending leadership approval.
Strategic and Technical Support to Country Programs:- Provide programmatic support for the design, planning and implementation of high-impact work with country teams- Provide day-to-day thought partnership, technical support, and bandwidth across country programs, including but not limited to forecasting, supply chain strengthening, service delivery, and product introduction- 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- Conduct cost and impact modeling of various program approaches to inform decision-making- Work closely with country teams to improve quantification and forecasting efforts, monitor SRH commodity stock levels, and work with in-country partners, global procurers and donors to address identified risks of stock imbalancesCross-country Coordination and Knowledge Management:- Share country updates with broader global team to inform global priorities and keep team members up to date on ongoing areas for support- Document and disseminate relevant industry best practice and key CHAI program learnings across country teams- Inform program activities based on global evidence base, insightful analytical perspective, and lessons learned from CHAI and other partners- Participate in the broader efforts of the Global SRH team to serve as a resource and support to country teams across a wide range of subject areas by leading and/or supporting one or more “knowledge areas” within the team. This responsibility includes staying up to date on relevant literature, participating in relevant webinars or global fora, producing briefs or other knowledge products for sharing with the Global SRH team or country teams, and maintaining a Box folder or relevant resources- Lead or support development and implementation of special projects to further global impact, as neededGeneral:- Work collaboratively with Global SRH Team, Global MNH Team, Global Markets Team, Analytics and Implementation Research team other relevant CHAI global teams, and CHAI country teams to achieve project goals- Provide support on cross-country / global workstreams including internal and external reporting- Frequent travel to CHAI program countries
Program (Division)
Women and Children's Health - Global SRH
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Rwanda
Primary Job Location : City
Kigali
Additional Location Description
This position may be based in a CHAI program country in Africa, pending leadership approval.
- Work with the national and state CHAI teams and respective state government stakeholders to conduct a review and update the CBHMIS including the design, data reporting processes and tools- Build and implement state-of-the art scientific algorithms to support outcomes data reporting using CBHMIS data- Apply creative solutions to deliver data-driven insights on CBHMIS data and develop visualization tools for routine review by policy makers and critical decision makers who need to use the data- Participate in national M&E TWG meetings and interact closely with FMOH and other partners working on the generation of community based- Oversee the development and implementation of training plans for traditional leaders and other identified community level agents for collection, collation, and reporting of maternal and neonatal mortality, and PPFP data at community level- Help state teams to better understand the data analytical processes and outputs and optimize protocol designs including the development of IEC materials and job aids.- Design state level models to aggregate and curate state generated CBHMIS data and develop a national level dashboard to inform real-time tracking of generated data.- Share complex statistical results in meaningful ways with stakeholders at various levels – health workers, LGA and state officials, traditional and community leaders, National level stakeholders and internally at CHAI.- Help to assess technologies for the deployment of an AI-based platform to use CBHMIS generated data for predictive modelling, contribute to the building of the AI platform, and play a major role in building the data analytics ecosystem- Initiate and lead the development of scientific articles and papers from results generated in the program, secure ethical approval where necessary- Continually explore and pilot new data science opportunities to address identified public health gaps, demonstrate potential value, and write concept notes and proposals to secure funding- Provide technical leadership to the FMOH on the integration of CBHMIS data into DHIS and support the process for adoption and roll out- Any other responsibilities as assigned by the Program Director or Country Director
Program (Division)
Women and Children's Health - Global MNH
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Nigeria
Primary Job Location : City
Abuja
- Work with the national and state CHAI teams and respective state government stakeholders to conduct a review and update the CBHMIS including the design, data reporting processes and tools- Conduct literature review, statistical model development, parameter estimation, data manipulation, analysis and interpretation of results, manuscript preparation and presentation and dissemination of results- Conduct deep and thorough review of subject matter and literature as needed to help identify questions to be answered by analyses to be performed with the mortality data generated from the CBHMIS- Support the design and implementation of evaluation frameworks and models to be adapted across the program states and nationally- Interpret CBHMIS analyses results using a variety of statistical techniques that may require simple data aggregation via statistical analysis or more complex statistical analysis- Clean and analyze CBHMIS data - This will include preparing and running code for data cleaning and analysis- Review data for quality (e.g., completeness, accuracy, validity, etc.) and providing feedback to the relevant state, LGAs and health facilities through check in calls, data dashboards, and site visits- Support the design of templates and development of dashboards in Power BI interoperable with the DHIS2 platform- Ensure database documentation, including data standards, procedures, and definitions for the data dictionary- Apply professional epidemiological and data management concepts to define data needs, develop data collection tools, ensure high-quality data is captured, and analyze data in useful ways for public health programming and decision-making- Write and edit manuscripts at various stages of development and prepares data for presentation at internal/external meetings or scientific conferences worldwide- Apply creative solutions to deliver data-driven insights on CBHMIS data and develop visualization tools for routine review by policy makers and critical decision makers who need to use the data- Participate in national M&E TWG meetings and interact closely with FMOH and other partners working on the generation of community based- Oversee the development and implementation of training plans for traditional leaders and other identified community level agents for collection, collation, and reporting of maternal and neonatal mortality, and PPFP data at community level- Help state teams to better understand the data analytical processes and outputs and optimize protocol designs including the development of IEC materials and job aids.- Design state level models to aggregate and curate state generated CBHMIS data and develop a national level dashboard to inform real-time tracking of generated data.- Share complex statistical results in meaningful ways with stakeholders at various levels – health workers, LGA and state officials, traditional and community leaders, National level stakeholders and internally at CHAI- Help to assess technologies for the deployment of an AI-based platform to use CBHMIS generated data for predictive modelling, contribute to the building of the AI platform, and play a major role in building the data analytics ecosystem- Initiate and lead the development of scientific articles and papers from results generated in the program, secure ethical approval where necessary- Continually explore and pilot new data science opportunities to address identified public health gaps, demonstrate potential value, and write concept notes and proposals to secure funding- Provide technical leadership to the FMOH on the integration of CBHMIS data into DHIS and support the process for adoption and roll out- Any other responsibilities as assigned by the Program Director or Country Director
Program (Division)
Women and Children's Health - Global MNH
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Nigeria
Across countries and projects, the Associate will have the following responsibilities:Scoping and Strategic Leadership: - Lead scoping activities on digital health solutions to further immunization goals. Work closely with CHAI teams and external organizations to identify and document challenges and use cases for digital products, existing systems, information flows, infrastructure, and stakeholders- Support the development of country-specific government data systems and management strategies. Advise on strategies and systems for collecting, reporting, storing, cleaning, and analyzing data- Establish and cultivate relationships with other CHAI teams and in-country partners working on technology, data, and/or surveillance work, to inform CHAI activities, guide country strategies, and collaborate with stakeholders to achieve program objectivesRequirements Gathering and System Design: - Elaborate and document coherent, context-appropriate, and technology-appropriate requirements in partnership with Ministry of Health (MOH) programs, end users and CHAI staff, co-designing solutions with users where applicable. Requirements may include system architecture, form designs, automated data outputs (dashboards, reports), user roles, systems integrations, and usability- Play a translational role in communicating technical approaches, user requirements, and software and hardware specifications to non-technical staff within CHAI teams, MOHs, and donorsTechnology Project Management: - Select, liaise with, and manage software developers to build and configure applications and integrations according to the defined requirements and timelines- Create and manage project plans with CHAI teams and MOHs, including project management processes and communications to progressively design, develop, and test systems and tools- Manage ongoing tracking and prioritization of software development activities. Proactively manage changes in project scope, identify challenges and roadblocks, and develop contingency plans- Test developer outputs and provide regular feedback on bugs and functionally to ensure solutions are being developed according to specificationsTechnology Implementation and Training: - Work actively with CHAI teams and government stakeholders to develop and implement system roll-out plans, including M&E plans to routinely assess the performance of digital solutions.- Drive and support technical set up, user testing, training, supervision, monitoring, issue escalation, and transition of product ownership for all country-level implementations- Develop manuals, SOPs, and training materials to support implementation; help train global, country and MOH program staff in the use of information technology- Help cultivate a culture of data-use within MOHs by supporting CHAI country teams to monitor and strengthen the quality of data inputs, refine analytical outputs, and develop context-appropriate strategies to strengthen the usage and analysis of data by MOH programsTechnical Support: - Assist in the configuration of data collection, management, reporting, and analysis tools as needed (both mobile and web-based). Update and thoroughly test tool set ups, including updates to users, organization units, data elements, indicators, data collection forms, and dashboards based on requirements and feedback from end users- Provide ad-hoc support to teams, particularly with data management and visualizationKnowledge Management:- Ensure up-to-date documentation is in place to support roll out and maintenance of digital products- Develop resources, guidelines, and other material to guide and share lessons across teams- Document lessons learned on technical products for CHAI-wide or global sharing
Program (Division)
Global Digital Health
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Ghana
Primary Job Location : City
Accra
Additional Location Description
There is flexibility in the base location for this role, pending work authorization and Country Director approval. There is a preference for a base location in a CHAI program country in Africa.
Across countries and projects, the Technical Advisor will have the following responsibilities:Scoping and Strategic Leadership (30%)- Lead scoping activities on digital transformation for public health. Work closely with CHAI teams, governments, and external organizations to identify and document challenges, use cases, and existing efforts around digital health strategies, foundational systems and applications, standards and policies, infrastructure, and workforce strengthening- Refine, document, and guide CHAI’s approach to working with governments on digital transformation- Support the development of country-specific government strategies, roadmaps, and costed workplans for digital health. Work with CHAI teams and governments to cost strategies, identify and prioritize resource gaps, and develop new funding proposals with and for national governments- Develop resources, guidelines, and other material to guide and share lessons across teams. Document lessons learned for CHAI-wide and global sharing Digital Health Staffing and Training (20%)- Work with CHAI teams and governments to determine digital health staffing needs for countries to operationalize digital health strategies and planned activities. Advise on team structure and size, skills and competencies, and management requirements- Help train and strengthen capacity for digital health governance and management, the administration and maintenance of IT systems, as well as project and vendor management. Develop and help refine training material, SOPs, and guidanceImplementation and maintenance of digital solutions (30%)- Scope and advise on systems and processes for device management, user support, geo-registries, and other foundational systems for health programs- Elaborate and document coherent, context-appropriate, and technology-appropriate requirements in partnership with government programs, end users and CHAI staff, co-designing solutions with users where applicable- Collaborate with regional and country CHAI teams in technical set up and configuration, user testing, training, supervision, monitoring, issue escalation, and transition of systems- Work across CHAI teams to develop operational plans and strategies to ensure systems are used across MOH programs and integrated with wider information systems in country as neededInfrastructure and Standards (20%)- Identify infrastructure, standards and interoperability, and policy components required for the development and operation of strong digital health environments in-country- Drive the appropriate selection, procurement, and installation of infrastructure including servers/data centers, end user devices (smartphones, tablets, laptops), and network and connectivity infrastructure, working in collaboration with technical experts and global guidance- Establish strong governance and SOPs for the management and upkeep of infrastructure- Work with technical experts to guide development of appropriate interoperability standards, security and privacy standards, cybersecurity requirements, and data ownership/sharing policies across countries. Develop templates and guidance for CHAI teams to support governments in this work
Program (Division)
Global Digital Health
Employment Status
Full Time
Telecommute
Yes
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
United States
Additional Location Description
There is a preference for a base location in a CHAI program country in Africa, pending work authorization and Country Director approval.
Research design & planning- Work with the team to develop an ecosystem analysis approach for a multi-country deep dive into the local health facility solar electrification ecosystem- Conduct secondary research that spans health and energy policy government structures, strategies, and plans; partner and intervention mapping; and the private sector market- Develop interview questionnaires and data collection toolsEcosystem analysis implementation- Engage multiple government ministries to understand their knowledge, capacity, and prioritization for HFSE- Landscape local service providers (LSPs) and evaluate their offerings against government HFSE needs, capabilities, and priority areas- Landscape current areas of public-private partnership and collaboration within the national health and energy systems; identify challenges, best practices, and opportunitiesConsolidation, analysis, and dissemination- Design structured output of ecosystem analysis findings and implications on broader HFSE Program- Collate country health, cold chain equipment, and energy data and analyse for strategy development (e.g., for country profiles and prioritisation)- Formally synthesise findings per country and across regions to inform HFSE strategy- Disseminate findings internally and externally as needed Leadership, communication, and coordination- Nurture strategic relationships with development and private sector partners to foster collaboration and optimize the impact of HFSE and related interventions- Share country updates across teams to inform focal country HFSE priorities and keep teams current on ongoing areas of support- Collect, consolidate, and share lessons learned and best practices (strategies, tools, and experience) internally and externally to maximize impact of learnings- Provide support on crosscutting country / global work streams, including internal and external reporting
Program (Division)
Non Communicable Diseases - Vaccines Market Team
Employment Status
Full Time
Telecommute
Yes
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Nigeria
Additional Location Description
There is flexibility in the base location for this role across CHAI program countries in the sub-Saharan African region, pending 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.

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