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- Serve as a thought partner and trusted advisor on strategic and operational challenges and collaborate with CHAI teams to identify solutions and strengthen programs accordingly- Foster strong working relationships and coordinate effectively with internal and external stakeholders to help program countries in Asia progress towards elimination of malaria and NTDs- Support CHAI’s country and regional teams to plan team priorities, implement activities, and measure progress against elimination goals and donor commitments- Identify opportunities, form strategies, and engage partners to expand CHAI’s areas of support and launch new programs- Create, refine, and ensure the quality of CHAI work products, such as strategic plans, technical guidelines, and analysis reports with the intention to further CHAI’s life-saving mission- Provide mentorship and management support to CHAI team members in Asia- With CHAI’s technical and country teams, develop reporting and other donor documents, including but not limited to programmatic updates, financial reports, concept notes, and proposals- Other responsibilities in Asia as needed
- Work with national malaria staff and CHAI country teams to conduct malaria program reviews; update or write national strategic plans; and optimize and cost national malaria programs by building Excel-based costing and budget models- Conduct costing and financial analyses and support the development of funding proposals and operational plans- Support governments to meet Global Fund requests and satisfy grant application requirements, including budget development- Serve as a trusted advisor to CHAI country teams- Serve as liaison between CHAI regional technical teams, country partners, and stakeholders- Build strong relationships with stakeholders across government, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector- Engage with and cultivate donors, including individuals, corporations, and organizations interested in supporting malaria programs- Draft presentations and reports for internal and external stakeholders- Coordinate meetings and facilitate knowledge sharing between government programs and partner organization in the region to ensure coordination- Provide program and budget updates for internal project management, best practice sharing, and donor reporting- Other responsibilities as needed
- Serve as a thought partner and contribute to a technically sound strategic vision for reducing the burden of malaria and NTDs across the region.- Communicate effectively across a matrixed organization, and coordinate CHAI teams and resources to ensure specific project goals are met.- Foster a strong team culture based on CHAI’s values, resulting in a cohesive and productive team.- Work with CHAI Program Managers to ensure that achievable project plans are in place and integrated with team and government priorities.- Organize and monitor program activities against project goals and donor commitments.- Together with CHAI’s technical teams, promote the routine use of data and analysis to evaluate effectiveness of current interventions and inform strategic planning.- Identify and resolve operational bottlenecks and work collaboratively with CHAI teams to achieve exceptional results on aggressive timelines.- Provide inputs to technical deliverables (e.g. strategic plans, guidelines) and organize development of donor reports, concept notes or other products for external communication.- Rapidly digest and synthesize complex technical, political and operational information and expertly tailor results, outputs and action items to a wide range of internal and external stakeholders.- Develop and manage relationships with key regional stakeholders, including government officials, donors, and academic organizations to foster collaboration.- Identify new opportunities within and outside the initial project scope, anticipate risks and be proactive in responding to them.- Other responsibilities as needed.
- Work with national malaria staff to do broad management capacity building, including training malaria staff and addressing management gaps that occur during malaria prevention campaigns and during the provision of malaria services at the primary health care level- Work with national malaria staff and CHAI country teams to conduct malaria program reviews; update or write national strategic plans; and optimize and cost national malaria programs by building Excel-based costing and budget models- Conduct costing and financial analyses and support the development of funding proposals and operational plans- Assist malaria programs with financial and programmatic tracking, including the identification of key decision-relevant information and the development of dashboards and systems to bring that key information to the decision-making point- Support governments to meet Global Fund requests and satisfy grant application requirements, including budget development- Serve as a trusted advisor to CHAI country teams- Serve as liaison between CHAI regional technical teams, country teams, partners, and stakeholders- Build strong relationships with stakeholders across government, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector- Engage with and cultivate donors, including individuals, corporations, and organizations interested in supporting malaria programs- Draft presentations and reports for internal and external stakeholders- Coordinate meetings and facilitate knowledge sharing between government programs and partner organization in the region to ensure coordination- Provide program and budget updates for internal project management, best practice sharing, and donor reporting- Other responsibilities as needed
- Oversee existing community co-creation portfolio in Benin (project management)- Coordinate and supervise implementation of community-based solutions to fight malaria, co-developed together with select at-risk communities in Benin;- Establish strong relationships with Benin’s National Malaria Control Program (NMCP), project implementing partner(s) and community partners, fostering a climate of trust and cooperation;- Project Management: Lead project status update meetings with various project constituents to ensure project activities are implemented according to schedule with high fidelity, budgetary alignment, and meticulous reporting;- Develop a continuous process to track progress of project activities, identify day-to-day issues through process monitoring, and provide timely information to stakeholders for informed decision-making and course-correction.- Design and implement systematic tracking, analysis and mapping of quantitative and qualitative indicators on (i) coverage and quality of malaria prevention, treatment and surveillance and (ii) community perceptions in specified project communities;- Support development of robust performance measurement systems and tools that are adapted to community-based approaches to data collection, analysis, and action.- Develop strategies for ensuring that project communities remain at the center of project ideation, implementation, and iteration throughout the project’s course, mobilizing required technical expertise to support capacity building, and guiding remedial action when needed.- Document and disseminate learnings from community co-creation work (evidence generation and knowledge management)- Together with the implementing partner and the support of CHAI’s gender technical advisor, ensure quality reporting of project activities, inclusive of gender transformative outcomes, and disseminate learnings across the organization- Produce quality project narrative and financial reports for timely submission, collaborating closely with government, implementing and community partners;- Generate Sex, Age, and Disability Disaggregated Data (SADDD) over the course of the project, documenting gender transformational change;- Produce infographics on social and gender outcomes of the project and share with stakeholders at different levels;- Conduct collaborative evaluations of community co-creation work to highlight key strengths and weaknesses;- Work with key stakeholders to influence national policy where relevant, and develop strategies and plans to stimulate change (in the short-term, medium-term, and long-term);- Share community engagement and gender transformative programming learnings within CHAI and beyond as appropriate.- Lead and facilitate relevant knowledge sharing activities to document and exchange lessons learned across the project implementation area and beyond, serving as a trusted advisor to CHAI country teams and external stakeholders where relevant;- Advise on community engagement and mobilization strategies in Benin and in other countries- Represent CHAI’s community engagement work in convenings with the Benin NMCP and others, building and sharing organizational expertise;- In collaboration with CHAI Benin’s Community Health Associate, help shape and improve other case management and community health efforts using data and evidence, to inform resource mobilization strategies, grant applications, and national government policies;- Scope new opportunities to engage in meaningful community co-creation work beyond Benin – engaging with ministries and partner organizations; explore new funding opportunities (for implementation and research).- Other responsibilities as directed by the supervisor.
Regional Strategy- Lead all the malaria and NTD surveillance, analytics, and technology work for the GMS and other geographies, as required- Serve as an expert/technical advisor for epidemiological questions to CHAI’s regional team, country teams, and for senior leadership- Support rigorous evidence-based planning of intervention deployment, and design and implement monitoring to evaluate effectiveness of current government interventions, and identify potential approaches or strategies to accelerate progressTechnical project management- Lead and provide support regionally for data cleaning, statistical analyses, and the development and interpretation of malaria risk maps and stratifications- Review and ensure high quality surveillance and analytics guidelines and SOPs, M&E plans, lessons learned documents, and operational manualsTeam management and partner collaboration- Directly manage, onboard, provide technical mentorship, supervision, guidance, and training to a small team of junior and mid-level epidemiologists based across the region; provide guidance, direction, and mentorship to health information staff across the region- Work directly with country teams and governmental staff to better integrate epidemiological, entomological, and programmatic data use and analysis into routine programmatic activities at all levels of the health system- Cultivate and establish relationships with local academic institutions, NGOs (e.g. PSI, PATH), and regional organizations (e.g. WHO, APMEN) working on data analysis or surveillance to inform elimination goals, which may include management of contracts with external partnersCommunication and knowledge management- Manage and develop resources and best practices to share lessons across teams; synthesize and disseminate findings through high-quality presentations, reports, and publications- Represent CHAI at external technical meetings, acting as the face of the organization to academic/technical partners within the region, including via the dissemination of findings through high-quality presentations, reports, and publications
- Review and synthesize of evidence of antimalarial drug resistance across 5 countries- Assess strengths and weaknesses of national institutions and mechanisms (public and private) that regulate and distribute antimalarial drugs, monitor and promote compliance to treatment guidelines, and implement efficacy studies- Compile and analyze potential drivers of resistance (based on WHO guidance)- Define and cost potential ACT diversification scenarios- Develop interim and final assessment reports/presentations with findings and recommendations- Support development and implementation of national antimalaria drug resistance strategies- Support broader malaria case management work across the 5 countries, where appropriate
- Serve as a thought partner and contribute to a technically sound strategic vision for how analytics, surveillance, and health information systems can be leveraged to strengthen malaria and NTD programs across the region.- Communicate effectively across a matrixed organization and, together with the Regional Manager, coordinate CHAI’s teams and resources to help governments achieve dramatic reductions in malaria and NTDs.- Monitor program activities against project goals and donor commitments, ensure project plans are in place, identify operational bottlenecks or weaknesses, and work collaboratively with CHAI country and global teams to rapidly reduce the burden of malaria and NTDs across the region.- Formulate, review, and improve quality of technical deliverables, which may include strategic plans, guidelines and standard operating procedures, analysis plans, grant proposals, or implementation updates with the intention to further CHAI’s life-saving mission.- Rapidly digest and synthesize complex technical, political and operational information to overcome program roadblocks and accelerate progress towards malaria and NTD control and elimination.- Foster strong working relationships with key stakeholders across CHAI, government, non-governmental organizations, and local institutions to promote local ownership, equity and sustainability of malaria and NTD programs.- Be entrepreneurial and identify new opportunities for CHAI to have impact, anticipate risks and be proactive in responding to them.- Support CHAI teams with the development of government and donor reports, concept notes and dissemination of successes and lessons learned.- Other responsibilities in Francophone Africa as needed.
Technology Project Management (40%)- Develop and document user-centered requirements in line with programmatic objectives and data needs, including data entry forms, user workflows, dashboards, and system integrations.- Manage technology vendors to ensure product configurations and developments are on track and in line with defined requirements; test developer outputs and provide regular feedback on bugs and functionally- Directly configure data collection, management, and reporting tools and systems as needed (e.g., DHIS2, ODK, CommCare), including user-friendly dashboards - Manage ongoing tracking and prioritization of software development activities; proactively manage changes in project scope, identify potential challenges and roadblocks, and develop contingency plansTechnology Implementation (40%)- Develop system roll-out plans and support system installation, device set-up, and operational readiness ahead of implementation- Build digital and data capacity within government staff by developing manuals, SOPs, and training materials; train stakeholders and end users in the administration and use of information technology- Cultivate a culture of data-use within malaria programs by ensuring data visualizations are automated, simple, clear, and action-oriented for program staff at all levels- Develop and implement sustainability plans with Ministry of Health staff to ensure the long-term success of digital health interventionsStrategic Guidance and Stakeholder Engagement (20%)- Engage closely with Ministry of Health (MOH) programs, in-country partners, and regional/local CHAI teams to develop a deep understanding of user requirements for malaria surveillance and public health campaigns- Provide guidance to MOH programs and stakeholders in the selection and application of technology tools to solve public health problems. - Play a translational role in communicating technical approaches, software/hardware specifications, and implementation guidance to non-technical staff within the MOH, partner organizations, and other CHAI team members- Serve as a thought leader for CHAI teams, MOH programs, and stakeholders on regional and country-level digital strategies, approaches, and guidance