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The successful candidate will have three primary areas of responsibility, which correspond to the four key pillars of best-in-class strategic planning and execution. Immunization Strategic Planning- Support the Ministry of health in gathering the necessary evidence and data to inform immunization actions at all levels of the immunization program.- Work with the Ministry of health, county governments, and partners, to ensure the immunization data is utilized in implementing strategic actions- Support costing and evidence-based prioritization of activities within the immunization strategic plansStrategic Implementation of Immunization Programs- Support regular assessment of the immunization program- Support data analysis, dashboard generation and developing visualizations to inform implementation activities- Supporting in integration of data analytics activities into routine MoH processes and activities.Capability Building for Immunization Programs- Leverage best practices on strategic planning and execution to adapt and embed those process within the Ministry of Health and county governments- Identify opportunities for mentoring / on-the job skill transfer for Ministry of Health staff at all levels- Develop strong working relationships with key stakeholders in government, international partners, donors and NGOs, and ensure coordination of resources and efforts- Continually identify opportunities for CHAI to add value and maximize impact; document and share lessons learned- Other responsibilities as needed
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Kenya
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Kenya
- Support the monitoring of combination prevention program performance and outcomes, starting with PrEP, including monthly data collection, analysis, and reporting/presentation internally, to government and other partners, and donors.- Analysis and quantification of implementation trends by districts and provinces.- Conducting routine field supervision visits, and support the review and facilitation of M&E trainings and engagements- Support NDoH with implementation and monitoring of the National rollout of oral PrEP- Support the documentation and dissemination of lessons learnt from the scale up of oral PrEP- Support NDoH and key stakeholders in the development and review of strategic documents including implementation plans, strategy documents and policy and guidelines.- Support the development of quarterly and monthly donor reports and ensure the routine reports are delivered on time.- Developing and maintaining program databases and dashboards for performance monitoring and evaluation;- Support quarterly program evaluation to improve program implementation and inform scale-up efforts. Represent the program in meetings and workshops.- Willingness to travel frequently across the country and abroad when the need arises.- Perform other tasks as necessary.
Program (Division)
Country Programs - South Africa
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
South Africa
Under the Peace Health National Program Coordinator’s supervision, the incumbent will be responsible for providing administrative support to the PeaCe Health Program. Specific responsibilities may include but are not limited to:- Provide administrative assistance in general project implementation, management, day to day liaison with counterparts.- Prioritizes work according to program team’s needs, determine workflow problems and develops solutions.- Receive, sort and distribute mail and documents to appropriate PeaCe Program Staff and other internal and external clients.- Assist in coordinating logistical support requirements for conferences, site visits, workshops, accommodation and coordinate transport including pick-ups/drop offs for traveling staff on request.- Maintain a filing system for program documents for easy access by PeaCe Program team members.- Provide comprehensive secretarial and administrative support to the project staff.- Drafting correspondence, taking of minutes, making travel arrangements and related tasks as may be required by the PeaCe Health Coordinator or project staff to ensure the smooth and efficient functioning of the Program.- Order appropriate stationery and other supplies for use by PeaCe Health Program Staff.- Tracking program asset inventory registers.- Any other duties assigned.
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Zambia
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Zambia
Under the Provincial Senior Accountant, the incumbent will be responsible for ensuring that the project's financial records are up to date and that financial reports are prepared on time according to the SIDA and GRZ's guidelines. Specific responsibilities may include but are not limited to:- Ensure that accounting function is undertaken in line with the GRZ financial regulations, policies, and procedures, as well as the project guidelines and those of other external contributors.- Ensure periodic update reports and disbursement reports are prepared in line with the program reporting requirements.- Ensure that the program financial statements are appropriately prepared and submitted.- Review bank reconciliation statement prepared for the program accounts- Review and verification of payment voucher- Assist in developing various documentation, reports, or any material required from time to time by PeaCe Health Program and MOH. This will include the income and expenditure reports, annual reports, progress reports on the PeaCe Health Program.- Prepare and consolidate all financial reports from each level of the PeaCE Health Program and ensure reports are produced in accordance with SIDA and GRZ regulations.- Ensure adherence to systems and controls, make recommendations for improvements/adjustments- Review and analyze various accounts to detect irregularities, advise on corrective actions and prepare correcting entries and adjustments, as necessary.- Assess, evaluate and monitor sub-recipient financial management processes in accordance with policy and strengthen capacity of partners in financial accounting and transactions.- Monitor disbursement/receipt schedules, alert relevant program staff of due payments/liquidations and maintain appropriate communication and follow-up to facilitate timeliness of financial resource management and compliance with set deadlines.- Provide information to program staff on financial accounting policies and procedural compliance issues and deliver training and other capacity building activities- Attend and participate in Program related meetings and provide input on financial matters.- Perform other tasks and assignments as and when required.
Program (Division)
Finance - Accounting
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Zambia
The incumbent will be under the supervision and report to the Public Health Specialist. In addition, they will also report and work closely with the Program Coordinator on all areas relating to the PeaCe Health program. They will work closely with both the Provincial and District personnel as well as the respective implementing partners to plan, strengthen and implement PeaCe Health program interventions in target districts to achieve the set targets. Specific responsibilities may include but are not limited to:- Provide technical support for the operationalization of the SIDA funds, including the supporting districts in the planning, coordinating, and implementing the project activities.- Facilitate the timely documentation of project results, challenges, and best practices in all program districts.- Support all districts in the province to conduct the health facility assessment.- Collate analysis and Information on the progress for sharing in the monthly technical working group meetings at the provincial and district level.- Liaise with key stakeholders at the Provincial and District level to ensure PeaCe heath-funded project activities are integrated within the government programs.- Document project findings to support evidence-based advocacy that will ensure scaleup of keys lessons learned from the project in other provinces and districts.- Work with the CHAI team and MOH to ensure PeaCe Health program activities translate to achieving set program targets.- Guide districts to ensure that the PeaCe Heath project activities are reflected in the provincial and community plans.- Coordinate closely with MOH and partners and relevant technical working groups on the RMNCAHN to improve collaboration and reduce duplication.- Ensure efficient program and asset management.- Undertake efficiently, management of reproductive health services to improve the quality of patient care.- Identify timely training needs for district, Health facility, and community-based health volunteers to impart appropriate skills and knowledge.- Undertakes regularly, research on the program mainly to generate Information for decision making.- Undertake regularly, updating of the database to facilitate storage and retrieval ofiInformation.- Any other duties assigned.
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Zambia
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Zambia
The position will support MOH to reduce duplication and improve efficiency within the MoH system during program implementation. The incumbent will work with the provincial teams to facilitate timely documentation and submission of project result challenges and best practices. The incumbent will work under the supervision of and report to the Director of Public Health, Ministry of Health. In addition, they will work very closely with colleagues based at the CHAI Zambia office to coordinate and report on all areas of program management and implementation. They will also be responsible for strengthening communication between the various MoH teams at national and sub-national levels, between MoH and relevant GRZ ministries and agencies, and between partners/stakeholders via multiple platforms. They will have priority geographic focus at the national level and all program districts in Southern and Eastern Provinces. Specific responsibilities may include but are not limited to:- Provide technical support for the operationalization of the SIDA funds, including the supporting provinces in the planning, coordination, and implementation of the project activities.- Facilitate the timely documentation of project results, challenges, and best practices.- Support the Maternal Health component of the PeaCe Health Program as follows:- Provide guidance to the provinces to ensure that high-impact maternal health interventions are well articulated in the provincial and district plans and budgets to achieve the highest program quality.- Work closely with the provincial and district health offices to assist in the planning, implementing, and monitoring of the maternal health services platform components based on the National Strategies and guidelines.- Promote, monitor, and assess the implementation of integrated approaches to maternal health service delivery at both facility and community levels.- Provide management and monitoring assistance for the planning, delivery, and use of program inputs for maternal health activities to ensure attainment of the program objectives.- Facilitate the health facility assessment.- Collate analysis and information on the progress for sharing in the monthly technical working group meetings at the national and sub-nation level as well as periodic briefings to the Program Implementation Committee (PIC)- Liaise with key stakeholders at the central level to ensure alignment of RMNCAH funded project activities within government programs.- Document project findings to support evidence-based advocacy that will ensure scaleup of keys lessons learned from the project in other provinces.- Work with the CHAI team and MoH to ensure PeaCe Health program activities translate to achieving set program targets.- Guide provinces to ensure that the PeaCe Heath project activities are reflected in the provincial and district plans.- Coordinate closely with MOH and partners and relevant technical working groups on the RMNCAHN to improve collaboration and reduce duplication;- Ensure efficient program and asset management.- Ensure that an Integrated People-Centered Approach is adopted in program implementation.- Support MOH to ensure routine monitoring, accountability, and course corrections to the national program in line with approved work plan.- Build capacity in the Provincial RMNCAH&N Coordinators to ensure identification and prioritization of high-impact maternal health interventions.- Ensure the documentation and dissemination of best practices on the program obtained from program trends, health systems and services research, case studies, and reports from the field in a manner that ensures continuous learning and adapting.- Conduct regular monitoring field visits to the provinces and districts to ensure appropriate support and mentoring of the health staff and peer educators.- Any other duties assigned.
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Zambia
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Zambia
The incumbent will work under the supervision and report to the Chief M&E Officer. 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 the development and reporting of the GRZ results framework on the PeaCe Health program. They will execute M&E activities and support the program management team in fulling M&E functions in all the supported program provinces. They will have the important duty of ensuring data, timeliness, quality, and validity in all program reports. Specific responsibilities may include but are not limited to:- Execute monitoring and evaluation activities as defined in the Program's M&E framework and work plan.- The M&E Officer will provide support to the Program management team in fulfilling monitoring and evaluating functions of the PeaCe Health program in Eastern and Southern Provinces.- Work closely with the CHAI team and National Project Coordinator (NPC) to develop the M&E framework for the PeaCe Health program.- Support implementation of M&E activities of the program, support capacity building initiatives, and facilitate quality data collection.- Monitor data quality and tracking the progress of PeaCe Health Indicators against set targets.- Review quarterly reports submitted by the provinces to ensure high-quality reports are submitted on time- Identify strengths and weaknesses in existing data collection, quality, and robustness of indicators and management systems and propose solutions. - Evaluate program outcomes against approved work plans and set objectives.- Coordinate closely with MOH and partners as well as relevant technical working groups on the RMNCAHN to improve collaboration and reduce duplication;- Ensure efficient program and asset management.- Work collaboratively with the MOH and different stakeholders in the area of monitoring and evaluation as need be.- Facilitate the timely documentation of project results, challenges, and best practices.- Support districts to conduct health facility assessments.- Collate analysis and program information on the progress for sharing in the monthly technical working group meetings at the national and sub-nation level and periodic briefings to the Program Implementation Committee (PIC).- Document project findings to support evidence-based advocacy that will ensure scaleup of critical lessons learned from the project in other provinces.- Work with the CHAI team and MoH to ensure PeaCe Health program activities translate to achieving set program targets.- Guide provinces to ensure that the PeaCe Heath project activities are reflected in the provincial and district plans.- Conduct regular monitoring field visits to the provinces and districts to ensure appropriate support and mentoring of the health staff and peer educators.- Any other duties assigned.
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Zambia
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Zambia
The incumbent will work under the supervision and report to the Chief Nutrition Officer's. and will also report to and work closely with the Program Coordinator on all areas relating to the PeaCe Health program. They will support MoH, particularly the Nutrition Unit, in ensuring that all nutrition activities on the PeaCe Health program are adequately supported. They will support planning, implementation and ensure that activities are reported to align with the program objectives and sets targets. They will collaborate very closely with a broad set of stakeholders, especially those in child health, given that children are often the worst affected by poor Nutrition. Specific responsibilities may include but are not limited to:- Support the Nutrition Unit to ensure that nutrition activities on the PeaCe Health are adequately planned, implemented, and monitored to achieve the program set targets.- Work with the MOH to provide strategic direction and technical guidance to project districts in implementing the Nutritional component on the PeaCe Health program.- Support MOH to organize and coordinate technical working group meetings and ensure that the nutrition component is adequately addressed in the discussions.- Participate in building human nutrition capacity and building institutional capacity to succeed in Reproductive Health, Maternal, Neonatal, Child Health, and Nutrition.- Undertake Monitoring and Evaluation functions for nutrition component on the program and provide recommendations to the nutrition unit.- Facilitate guideline review, updating, or development in needy program areas- Strengthen nutrition program data management in the project implementing districts- Work with other CHAI project team, line Ministries, and other key partners to strengthen the ongoing nutrition program, including expanding coverage and improving the quality of nutrition care.- Conduct mentorship and supportive visits to all nutrition program implementing Districts and make recommendations for improvement.- Facilitate development and procurement of IEC materials and Equipment for Nutrition management for the implementing districts.- Develop monthly work plans; write appropriate monthly, quarterly, and annual reports.- Facilitate timely procurement of Nutrition commodities and supply chain strengthening.- Participate in National Planning and provide guidance to project implementing districts.- Any other duties assigned.
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Zambia
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Zambia
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
The position will primarily provide technical assistance to the MOH and its adolescent health partners at national, provincial, and district levels for the effective implementation of the PeaCe Health Program. This position will also have a significant focus on supporting field monitoring in the Sida-supported districts to ensure effective and efficient utilization of resources. The incumbent will work under the supervision of the Assistant Director, Adolescent Health and will also report to and work closely with the Program Coordinator on all areas relating to the PeaCe Health program in provide technical assistance for the design, implementation, and monitoring of the program's gender-responsive adolescent sexual and reproductive health (SRH) component. They will have priority geographic focus at the national level and in all program districts in Southern and Eastern Provinces. Specific responsibilities may include but are not limited to:- Provide guidance to the provinces to ensure that high-impact ASRH interventions are well articulated in the provincial and district plans and budgets to achieve the highest program quality.- Work closely with the provincial and district health offices to assist in the planning, implementing, and monitoring of the Adolescent Health Services Platform components of the National Adolescent Health Strategy.- Promote, monitor, and assess the implementation of integrated approaches to ASRH service delivery at both facility and community levels.- Provide management and monitoring assistance for the planning, delivery, and use of program inputs for adolescent and SRH activities to ensure attainment of the program objectives.- Assist with technical inputs to program management, coordination, reporting, and supervision activities.- Work with the team at CHAI and MoH to ensure ASRH program activities translate to achieving set program targets.- Coordinate closely with MOH and partners and relevant technical working groups on the RMNCAHN to improve collaboration and reduce duplication;- Ensure that an Integrated People-Centered Approach is adopted in program implementation.- Support MOH to ensure routine monitoring, accountability, and course corrections to the national program in line with approved work plan.- Build capacity in the Provincial RMNCAH&N Coordinators to ensure identification and prioritization of high-impact Adolescent health interventions.- Ensure the documentation and dissemination of best practices on the program obtained from program trends, health systems and services research, case studies, and reports from the field in a manner that ensures continuous learning and adapting.- Provide technical support to district, facility, and community-level health providers, volunteers, and partners to promoting health information and demand creation for increased access and utilization of SRH health services by at-risk adolescents.- Conduct regular monitoring field visits to the provinces and districts to ensure appropriate support and mentoring of the health staff and peer educators.- Any other duties assigned.
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Zambia
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Zambia

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