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- Brand strategy, including the setting of style guides, brand guidelines, brand vision and value proposition;- Planning and execution of all communications and media actions on all channels, including online and offline;- Assisting with content development, new digital offerings as well as developing new business opportunities;- Creating and managing marketing literature and promotional collateral to establish and maintain product branding, ensuring designs and messages meet the DoH’s brand and regulatory guidelines;- Managing the budget for advertising and promotional items;- Customer insights analysis, monitoring market trends and identifying potential areas in which to explore based upon consumer needs;- Monitor, evaluate and report on mHealth performance;- Monitoring consumer reactions through focus groups and market research;- Support NDoH in all aspects of mHealth strategy with planning and implementation activities, ensuring CHAI’s ongoing alignment with the DoH strategic goals and priorities;- Translate objectives provided by the government, donors, and other partner organizations into clear activity plans, and provide guidance to the Community Based Programs and Communication team and DoH on prioritization of initiatives;- Manage and establish collaborative relationships with the DoH, suppliers, partner organizations and other relevant stakeholders;- Participate in working group(s) to support evidence generation for implementation of initiatives to optimize access to digital self-care;- Ensure communication and alignment of activities across government, partner stakeholder’s efforts and across other CHAI programs in South Africa to ensure coordination and successful execution of the Community Based Programs and Communications program;- Represent the program in meetings and workshops;- Partner with the Community Based Programs and Communications Program Manager to provide thought leadership and strategic guidance to the team;- Support the Community Based Programs and Communication Program Manager on key deliverables and ad-hoc requirements, as needed.
- Provide technical support to the EPI team in planning and implementation of CHAI programmatic focus areas in the WHO/UNICEF COVID-19 Vaccine Introduction Readiness Assessment Tool (VIRAT)- In liaison with relevant RBC teams, conduct detailed analytics, for example, to estimate potential numbers of target populations that will be prioritized for access to vaccines, stratified by target group and geographic location- Finalize budgeted micro-plans for vaccination including plans for components such as demand generation, risk communications and safety surveillance- Develop a training plan to prepare for COVID-19 vaccine introduction that includes key groups of participants, content topic areas, key training partners and training methods (in-person or virtual).- Organize and support the roll out of virtual and/or in person trainings as outlined in the training plan- Plan and execute the production and distribution of monitoring tools to eligible vaccination providers and/or the development, testing and roll-out of any changes to electronic systems- Organize and provide training for use of monitoring and evaluation tools and processes to traditional and new providers- Represent CHAI at relevant technical working groups and meetings and provide appropriate technical support to the TWGs as necessary, ensuring that activities are well coordinated and working group deliverables are met- Develop a process report and document all lessons learnt- Perform any other duties as assigned by the Country Director
Key responsibilities for this role include, but are not limited to: 1) Provide strategic and programmatic support for the design and implementation of in-country work to dramatically and sustainably improve immunization management performance- Provide input on the approach needed to meet in-country grant and program objectives related to immunization management systems, in line with the program strategy- Contribute to the design, planning and implementation of high-impact work with country teams to sustainably transform management systems in CHAI focus countries. This can include support the development of strategic and operational plans for immunization at national and sub-national levels; identify management system performance challenges; strategize with country teams on system redesign to increase efficiency and effectiveness of management systems; establish and institutionalize performance management processes, design scale up strategy of an improvement “package” for immunization program performance management to all subnational units, strengthen communication and coordination between and across national and subnational government units, and diagnosing key risks to successful transition- Support continuous development and effective dissemination and use of programmatic "tool kit", lessons learned, and other know-how related to immunization management systems and capacity across CHAI's vaccines program focus countries.- Support diagnosis, analysis, monitoring and evaluation of program results (both on improvements in program management systems and subsequent results on EPI program outcomes) and documentation of lessons learned 2) Improve national and global practices and policies related to management systems and capacity, in collaboration with program leadership- Inform practices & policies based on robust evidence base, insightful analytical perspective, and lessons learned from CHAI and other partners to promote improved outcomes of immunization programs- Develop relationships with key stakeholders in relevant areas (ie. Gavi, WHO, UNICEF SD, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, PATH, JSI, Sabin, BCL, etc.) and establish yourself as a respected and trusted thought leader in this area of focus within CHAI and within the global immunization community- Participate in global forums such as the Learning Network for Countries in Transition, Teach to Reach, etc- Disseminate CHAI's programmatic insights to the global immunization community to inform policy and practices3) Support the development of CHAI's vaccines program in the area of management systems and capacity, in collaboration with program and country leadership- Support development/updates of CHAI’s strategy and thought leadership related to immunization management systems and capacity, both at global and country level, to increase CHAI’s effectiveness and impact- Support scoping and development of new grants- Develop program thought leadership in immunization management system against current and future goals- Identify how this work can best support other CHAI’s in-country objectives (e.g. improving vaccine supply chain, supporting service delivery at the last mile, ensuring successful transition from Gavi support, etc.), which often require building on strong horizontal management structures. Support design and implementation of appropriate mechanisms to ensure cross-fertilization across these objectives- Strengthen capabilities of existing CHAI staff for immunization management systems and capacity, including Gavi transition, leveraging the institutional knowledge from CHAI vaccines program.4) Support program and grant management, in collaboration with program and country leadership- Assess progress against overall objectives & milestones in areas of focus and help prepare high-quality briefings for donors and CHAI management, including achievements to date, action plan going forward, and key risks & opportunities- Assess effectiveness of CHAI's theory of change and approach related to immunization management systems in focus countries and recommend improvements- Contribute as a member of the global vaccine team to the effectiveness and collegiality of the team, help identify opportunities and improve CHAI’s vaccines program and team
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
• Help shape and improve existing and future CHW related interventions across the GMS, and serve as a trusted community health advisor to CHAI country teams and external stakeholders. • Support government partners and CHAI country and regional teams to develop and execute evidence- and needs-based integrated community health policies, strategies and operational plans at all level to increase availability of malaria and non-malaria commodities, and expand access to quality integrated malaria services.• Coordinate with government and CHAI teams to include systematic tracking, analysis and mapping of quantitative and qualitative indicators on coverage and quality of malaria diagnosis, treatment and surveillance at community level. • Develop and maintain a strong understanding of community level febrile diagnosis, treatment and surveillance to identify the highest priority needs and opportunities to improve the quality and coverage of fever diagnostics, treatment and surveillance at community level. • Conduct collaborative evaluations of existing CHW programs to highlight key strengths and weaknesses, and support in the development of policies, strategies and plans to address them (short-term, medium-term, and long-term).• Provide central and sub-national colleagues with technical backstopping in the areas of malaria case management and community health.• Create database of funding opportunities for community systems strengthening work, and lead proposal development with assistance from global CHAI team and country partners• Engage other CHAI malaria teams to involve, account and advocate for CHWs in strategic planning and implementation. Lao PDR-specific project responsibilities:• Support development of strategy, metrics, operational frameworks and best practices for the integrated community health worker project in Laos, including building monitoring and evaluation frameworks, indicators and data collection processes for the pilot, conducting a situational analysis of existing CHW programs, and collaborating with multiple project stakeholders to deliver high-quality, timely project outputs and reports.• Support the ministry to implement agreed-upon recommendations for improving the CHW program, including: establishing routine coordination systems, fortifying CHW management at the primary health centre level, improving supply chain and program information systems, and supporting streamlined payment systems and long-term financing of the program.• Contribute to the dissemination of learnings within and beyond Lao PDR. Cambodia-specific project responsibilities:• Provide technical and operational guidance to country team in creating CHW dashboards that organize quantitative and qualitative indicators at a granular level to assess the continued efficacy and impact of the CHW cadre, and support monthly tracking of CHW performance. • Support regional and country case management leads to shape the strategy and activities for Village Malaria Worker (VMW) expansion of services and integration potential with other community-based health cadres, including conducting situational analyses as required, building an appropriate scope of work and training materials, and establishing the data management framework for inclusion of CHW data into the health information system.• Support country-level relationship building efforts across ministry of health departments and external partners engaged in community health systems strengthening.Other• Manage and develop resources and best practices to share lessons across teams, and synthesize and disseminate findings through high-quality presentations, reports, and publications.• Support global, regional and country colleagues to generate, document, and publish evidence and experience working with CHWs towards malaria control or elimination agendas.• Pursue opportunities for collaboration with other CHAI teams, helping to build a cross-cutting community of practice within country, region and organization.• Other responsibilities as needed.
- Build and validate global forecasting models projecting demand for malaria commodities in both the public and private sectors, generate outputs, and draft communications pertaining to these analyses- Liaise with partners to collect quantitative data and incorporate their analysis/insights into the finished product- Conduct ad-hoc analysis of market trends using public datasets (e.g., DHS, MIS, MICS)- Provide analytical support on forecasting and quantification of essential malaria commodities for CHAI country teams and government partners;- Collect and track updates to national procurement and supply chain management plans, as they pertain to malaria commodities in countries where CHAI operates; and- Attend and participate in key partner meetings
- 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
- Organize and manage technical implementation of CHAI PNG vaccines program to align with DOH national strategic plan- Drive internal strategic planning and budgeting processes related to the vaccines program to ensure smooth and successful program management development and implementation - Oversee the implementation of the vaccines program work plans including planning, budgeting, forecasting, identify key barriers and problem solving, monitoring and reporting, and prioritization- Support EPI/DOH to design and execute strategy towards impending Gavi transition- Support EPI/DOH to support government develop a new vaccine introduction (NVI) roadmap- Support provincial budgeting and financing for immunization in two focal provinces- Support the development and implementation of mitigation strategies to address problem areas following subnational outreach assessment- Ensure effective communication with key partners and internal program for better coordination and planning- Monitor POs team performance to ensure objectives are met, support team members with training and development activities, and provide regular update of team development- Working closely with the CHAI Global Vaccines Team to enlist support, capture and disseminate emerging best practices and ensure alignment with global standards- Lead in development of innovative approaches and tools as well as documentation and dissemination of best practices- Facilitate monitoring, evaluation and analysis for continuous program adaptation and improvement while ensuring the documentation of activities and outcomes - Hold the team accountable to CHAI policies, procedures, and guidelines, as appropriate and with the program teams, to enhance the smooth running of the programs through standardized procedures and improved support. This may include finance and governance procedures, staff management, fleet management and IT security and infrastructure.- Perform any other tasks assigned by the Country Manager as needed
- Provide strategic guidance, planning, and management support to CHAI teams in Panama, Guatemala, Honduras, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic as they operationalize malaria elimination plans at the provincial and community-level- Implement a diagnostic to help determine the key managerial challenges particularly around local malaria management teams betting set up by the RMEI, and develop a framework to help the government and partners prioritize solutions to these operational and managerial challenges- Work with national malaria staff and CHAI country teams to optimize and cost national malaria plans by building Excel-based costing and budget models- Support the epidemiology team in to developing and costing predictive disease models to support decision-making of malaria interventions (e.g. geo-spatial coverage of interventions)- Conduct costing and financial analyses and support the development of funding proposals and operational plans- Assist government programs and donors with addressing the long-term sustainability of malaria funding, by: forecasting future funding gaps, mapping and assessing funding opportunities (both innovative and traditional), and working other technical teams and partners to streamline and integrate malaria services to lower costs- Engage with and cultivate donors, including individuals, corporations, and organizations interested in supporting malaria programs- Serve as a trusted advisor to CHAI country teams and the InterAmerican Development Bank- Serve as liaison between CHAI regional technical teams and country partners and stakeholders- Build strong relationships with stakeholders across government, non-governmental organizations and the private sector- 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 donor reporting and best practice sharing- Other responsibilities as needed
Strengthen the malaria surveillance system, including improving data collection, data management, analysis, and data visualization:- Support the national scale-up of the electronic malaria surveillance system, and promote its integration with other flows of information (e.g. interventions, entomology, etc.);- Monitor and evaluate the performance of the malaria surveillance platform, identify bottlenecks (e.g. low reporting) and assist the MoH with troubleshooting issues and identifying solutions;- Co-develop with the MoH additional elements of the electronic reporting system- Assist the MoH in the design and pilot of surveillance dashboards;- Plan for and help to implement the use of new mobile reporting tools;- Help to design new reporting forms for the inclusion of additional malaria-related variables, including intervention data;- Promote and implement activities to strengthen the routine use of surveillance data by the malaria program to inform elimination activities.Provide analytical support to the National Malaria Program, the Department of Epidemiology and the CHAI Country Team to inform malaria elimination:- Collate, organize and merge available data, assessing its quality and suitability for various analyses;- Conduct descriptive analyses of epidemiological and entomological data;- Analyze geographic data with GIS software, including mapping malaria incidence and intervention coverage;- Monitor and evaluate the roll-out of malaria specific interventions;- Work with academic partners and CHAI’s Regional Technical Advisors to conduct hypothesis tests, linear and multiple regressions, spatial analyses and risk mapping;- Translate results to government and non-government partners to support evidence-based decision-making including planning and implementation of malaria activities. Serve as a trusted adviser to the MoH staff on issues related to surveillance and malaria elimination:- Proactively develop and maintain strong working relationships with key stakeholders across government and non-governmental organizations;- Represent CHAI as a technical voice at regular meetings with the Guatemala MoH malaria program and in-country partners;- Participate in research and discussion of topics relevant to the goal of malaria elimination:- Synthesize results and communicate them internally and externally at international venues;- Disseminate findings through high-quality presentations, reports, and publications;- Perform scientific literature review as needed;- Any other tasks identified.