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- Work as a member of the global team and with country teams, and other internal and external stakeholders to help countries with development, evaluation and implementation of strategies to accelerate progress in reaching pediatric HIV goals- Structure and drive key quantitative and qualitative analyses to find solutions to challenges along the pediatric testing, treatment, and retention cascade in order to inform grant strategy at country and global level. This includes: - Conducting rapid reviews and analytics of program data and develop data visualizations and dashboards to clearly communicate results and recommendations - Designing robust analytical models to project potential impact and estimate the cost-effectiveness of new and existing strategies in order to inform policy recommendations regarding program strategy and implementation, national adoption, transition of work to ministry, scale-up and sustainability - Synthesizing and sharing analytical results through written documents and presentations and supporting CHAI country teams and governments to undertake rapid implementation of proven strategies in order to optimize grant performance- Developing and maintaining M&E data collection tools and data dashboards for program monitoring - Building country-specific HIV testing services (HTS) optimization models to determine optimal strategies to accelerate the identification of children living with HIV- Using analytical results to inform investment cases for pediatric HIV and to mobilize domestic and external donor resources - Contributing to development of new work streams and proposals (e.g. new priority geographic areas, new strategies/ technologies, etc.) by conducting analyses which demonstrate their potential for increasing pediatric treatment coverage - - Advise on strategies for collecting, storing, cleaning, and analyzing data within new technology solutions for data management and operational response- Collaborate with country teams to collect and validate accurate and reliable data at the country level (e.g. performance on key pediatric HIV indicators, implementation costs for various strategies, funding levels, human resources, etc.) to inform analyses - Be involved in various aspects of program operations including strategy, planning, budgeting, monitoring & evaluation, knowledge management, knowledge synthesis, qualitative and quantitative analysis, presentation development, implementation, and reporting- Conduct research for fundraising or concept note development, as needed.- Other responsibilities as needed by team.-
Strategy Development- In close collaboration with the Director and other director-level resources across CHAI, provide thought leadership and help lead strategy development for pediatric HIV work, continually identifying new opportunities for CHAI to add value and maximize impact.- Support the development of a comprehensive elimination strategy, in collaboration with hepatitis and syphilis colleagues at CHAI.Management of pediatric HIV treatment scale-up portfolio- Develop, refine, and execute against robust project management plans, budgets and timelines across numerous work streams, track project deliverables and support with donor reporting.- Support pediatric HIV and eMTCT grant operations, collaborating closely with donor, partner organizations, as well as cross-functional CHAI teams, including Research and Development Team, Diagnostics, and Clinical Sciences Team.- Organize and chair effective project team meetings and calls; develop notes and next steps- Review plans and compile reports at key milestones, identifying project risks and helping develop solutions.- Oversee key quantitative analyses around major pediatric HIV and eMTCT programmatic issues, for example, modelling the impact of a proven intervention, and costs to scale these interventions nationally.- Help design high-impact interventions to translate the results of relevant analyses into actionable plans and changes in policy and operations at the country level.- Track scientific and other key developments across the pediatric HIV and eMTCT space and share research findings and implementation lessons across internal and external teams to inform execution.- Develop presentations and provide support as needed to project team leads.- Support CHAI country teams to deliver on shared objectives, e.g., assisting in development and review of work outputs, supporting project management or driving forward workstreams, onboarding for country team staff, supporting fundraising or concept note development, and supporting problem solving.- Supervise a team of XX people, establishing performance goals, ensuring progress towards team milestones, and providing coaching and feedback. Provide project management of other FTE’s without direct reporting relationships and provide cross-team feedback and performance management.- Other responsibilities as needed by team.New Program Development- Work with Director and HAP leadership to identify and fundraise against new pediatric HIV and eMTCT program opportunities.- Support identification of new program opportunities and/or push forward scoping on opportunities identified to date; draft initial materials to engage donors to identify levels of interest and potential fundraising opportunities.- Support fundraising for new opportunities where appropriate.
- Structure and drive quantitative and qualitative analyses that address key programmatic issues facing national HIV prevention programs; this could include issues related to monitoring and evaluation, target setting, procurement and supply chain, personnel utilization and demand generation among priority populations.- Inform strategic decision-making among CHAI teams and relevant external partners, including Ministries of Health through:- Analyzing and drawing conclusions from large volumes of data from several sources; - Creating quantitative models, visuals and analyses to estimate the cost and impact of VMMC service delivery;- Presenting analytical findings to internal and external audiences.- Provide strategic technical assistance to support CHAI’s in-country VMMC program transition to ensure effective integration in broader HIV combination prevention programming.- Support program management, including donor reporting, planning, budgeting and knowledge management to ensure best practices are shared across focus countries. - Proactively monitor developments related to HIV prevention across focus countries and at the global level – and ensure updates are shared with country teams to inform program planning and decision-making.- Support the identification and dissemination of in-country analyses to the global VMMC and/or HIV prevention community through the development and submission of abstracts, manuscripts and presentation materials to relevant publications and forums.- Perform other responsibilities as assigned by team supervisor.-
- Day to day administration of the EMAV including provision of end-to-end technical assistance to stakeholders- Support quantification and forecasting as well as monitoring uptake of products introduced through the specified EMAV - Effective coordination of suppliers, implementing partners and procurement services agents to ensure rapid access to products - Development of stock monitoring tools and dashboards to effectively monitor and map funding flows, ordering cycles, and delivery timelines- Support the drafting of process planning documents, policy guidance, and standard operating procedures that clarify and ensure effective use of the EMAV - Support the AHD team and program leadership in other relevant duties as required
- Proactively develop and maintain USG compliance related operational systems, processes, tools, policies, and templates in support of the grant and serve as the first point of contact regarding administrative and operational questions- Work with the USG Compliance Officer to advise both program and finance stakeholders of any changes made to USG compliance regulations and assess their impact on CHAI programs- Maintain the grant compliance log and ensure follow up items are acted on in a timely fashion- Develop and maintain knowledge management platforms required for the grant- Ensure flow of information, including the sharing of information and knowledge across grant and broader CHAI teams- Work with HR, finance and program teams to ensure all the appropriate files with required compliance documents are well maintained and up to date- Track and communicate reporting dates, payment dates and other key compliance related dates of the grant- Support program teams in ensuring compliance with procurement and travel requirements- Provide USG compliance information to program staff on financial accounting policies and procedural compliance issues- Working with the program and contracts team, review draft USG prime or sub-award grant or cooperative agreements- Along with the relevant operational team (finance, HR, etc) conduct compliance reviews of the relevant program, HR, Finance transactions and documents to ensure continued compliance. Report key findings to the senior program manager and director- Support the program finance manager with budget variance analysis by category to avoid exceeding donor spending limits and provide assistance for approval requests to re-align funding among donor categories- Review of budget and posted transactions to ensure they contain only allowable, allocable, and reasonable costs- Under the supervision of the senior program manager, engage with field offices and regional teams as needed to provide input and develop solutions on major USG compliance matters- Perform additional coordination, administration and other responsibilities as assigned