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Manage and analyze data to provide the informational and analytic resources needed to influence supply- and demand-side HIV market decisions that support CHAI’s mission.- Analyze and draw conclusions from large volumes of data from both the demand and supply sides of the HIV market to advance CHAI’s collaborations with suppliers, inform strategic decision-making, and assess the impact of CHAI’s work- Design data collection approaches and interface with CHAI’s country teams to gather data for analysis and development of valuable market insights- Manage the development and maintenance of market intelligence databases, quantitative models, and user-friendly tools related to preventing, diagnosing, and treating HIV/AIDS- Drive the development and dissemination of global forecasts of diagnostics and antiretroviral medicines, working closely with global partners and other CHAI teams- Provide ad hoc analytical support to various CHAI teams on HIV/AIDS-related questions- Other analytic responsibilities as requested by managerDrive communication of essential HIV market information, as well as highlight CHAI’s work in the HIV space to partners and potential donors.- Develop internal and external communication materials, including case studies, published reports, infographics, and other collateral based on HAP projects and work- Support HAP’s business development, including proposal development and technical writing (in Word and PowerPoint), with assistance from other HAP team members- Proactively identify new ways to share key information and/or increase engagement with HAP’s HIV resources (e.g., our annual HIV Market Report)- Present analytical findings and other information to internal and external audiences, including senior leaders- Other communications functions as requested by manager
- Support country teams across the region to effectively implement CHAI’s programs accelerating access to high quality adult and pediatric treatment and ensuring achievement of CHAI’s grant objectives- Act as a thought leader of CHAI’s HIV Access Program across the Southern Africa region, working in collaboration with country teams and leadership to develop and guide strategies to improve access to high-quality HIV treatment across the region and address service gaps, identify national and regional priorities, support the development and implementation of appropriate programs and interventions, and fundraising as needed- Through a blend of advocacy, relationship-building, and evidence dissemination, and in coordination with the country and HIV Access Program leadership, make an effective case for optimal ARV introduction to governments and key opinion leaders. This may include preparing cost analyses to help governments see the budgetary impact of product shifts, developing different introduction scenarios, and collating, translating, and disseminating clinical information- Help governments ensure an uninterrupted supply of optimal ARVs to the region by building stock monitoring tools and dashboards and working closely with procurement agents and government logistics units to understand and map funding flows, ordering cycles, and delivery timelines- Help countries build their capacity on quantification issues through leadership in forecasting workshops, participation in technical working groups, and/or training of forecasting models, in order to avoid stock-outs, reduce waste, and minimize costs- Catalyze and coordinate the drafting of rollout planning documents, policy guidance, and standard operating procedures that clarify and ensure smooth implementation of ARV product shifts- With a client-focused approach, serve as a trusted, accessible advisor to governments and CHAI country teams on a variety of ARV access topics- Conduct routine grant management and reporting activities- Support the country team and program leadership in other relevant duties, such as fundraising or capacity building initiatives, as required
- Facilitate subcontract and subgrantee administration and management for key deliverables under HAP’s Unitaid-CHAI Optimal grant- Execute day-to-day administration and management of HAP’s subcontracts and relationships with external entities, partners, and subgrantees, including reviewing compliance, drafting contracts, preparing disbursements, and monitoring activity progress- Support the development and implementation of sustainable subcontract and subgrantee management systems, including terms of references, monitoring systems, and standard operating procedures- Effectively coordinate with CHAI Contracts and Finance teams to ensure rapid development of subcontracted or subgrantee legal documents and financial disbursement requests- Collaborate with staff across HAP, including the HAP Operations and Advanced HIV Disease teams, to review progress against subcontractor and subgrantee activities and address any gaps or challenges that may arise- Support the project management of the HAP grants, including reporting and other grant deliverables and resources- Support the production of donor reports, project proposals, project memos, and other program related communication materials, as required- Support and liaise with regional managers and country teams to maintain accurate and timely reporting that further grant objectives and contribute to grant deliverables- Support the maintenance and implementation of grant operations systems- Develop and implement strong knowledge management systems to ensure active monitoring and tracking of deliverables- Support the development of grant specific communications deliverables for internal and external audiences, as necessary- Support HAP Operations Manager, Senior Manager, Associate Director, Advanced HIV Disease, and Senior Director, as requested
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 6-8 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.