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The Advisor will be part of the CHAI Vaccines team working to achieve affordable yet sustainable global vaccine prices and supply. The Advisor will report into the Ghana team and work closely with the Global Vaccine Markets and Global Vaccines Delivery teams. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: Ghana Country team- Develop a deep understanding of decision-making processes for vaccine introduction (including for COVID-19), product switches, procurement processes, and financing considerations in Ghana- Design and implement strategies to share relevant routine market intelligence on vaccines with immunization stakeholders in-country to inform and influence priority decision-making (e.g., identify relevance of new vaccine insights to countries based on pipeline candidates and commercially available products)- In collaboration with other CHAI teams, foster strong relationships with and support country stakeholders in immunization policy, procurement and implementation (e.g., analytical and coordination support related to vaccine product selection, new vaccine introduction and switch decision-making)- Support efforts to optimize procurement policy and support evaluation of tender offers to optimize tendering outcomes (i.e., improved access to affordable products)- Understand healthcare dynamics, regulatory policies, price and access pathways and anticipate new trends that may influence the access environment- Develop market access roadmaps and readiness assessments prior to new product introduction- Act as key point of contact in-country for any discussions related to vaccines markets (e.g. engagements with vaccine supplier(s) and/or other global partners)Global Vaccines Markets team- Contribute insights from low-to-middle income countries (LMICs) to support supplier engagements (e.g., demand forecasting, supplier access strategies, regulatory access) and global/regional LMIC initiatives (e.g., Immunization Agenda 2030, Africa MIC Regional Pooled Procurement, UNICEF’s Vaccine Procurement Practitioners Exchange Forum)- Lead development of a robust understanding of decision-making processes for vaccine introduction (including for COVID-19), product switches, procurement processes and financing considerations in base and LMICs in the West African sub-region) and synthesize insights to become CHAI’s thought leader on vaccine procurement in middle income countries- Pro-actively liaise between CHAI Global Vaccines Markets and Ghana to share directional insights and proactively identify areas for deeper collaboration (e.g., to support Ghana’s new vaccine introduction priorities)- Lead development of effective working relationships with partners in Ghana and middle-income countries in the region and support regional efforts to improve vaccines affordability and access- Prepare reports, presentations, and other analyses to inform global policy, supplier and country practices for enhanced vaccine procurement and access in middle income countries- Coordinate the development and implementation of national and regional market access plansOther- Any other duties as required by the Country Director Ghana and the Global Vaccines market Director- Domestic and international travel may be required
- Coordinate CHAI’s support to national malaria programs in Southern Africa to help strengthen systems and achieve audacious goals on aggressive timelines- Develop management capacity and malaria expertise of CHAI country and regional staff to augment support to national malaria programs- Support CHAI staff to think critically to identify national malaria program and health systems gaps and leverage the use of epidemiological evidence to guide-decision making regarding CHAI’s malaria elimination support- Coordinate support from CHAI’s Malaria Analytics and Surveillance, Case Management Support, and Financing Teams, as required, to enhance national country-level support, ensure technical soundness of strategies, and achieve program progress- Work collaboratively with CHAI country teams and provide thought partnership, strategic guidance, and back-stopping support to country program managers and staff across the region.- Support all CHAI malaria staff in the region to develop annual work plans and assist country teams to manage effective implementation of planned activities, including adherence to timelines and coordinating review and feedback from technical teams- Monitor program activities against project goals and donor commitments, identify operational bottlenecks or weaknesses, and work with country and CHAI leadership teams to strengthen programs as necessary- Ensure the quality of products and documents produced by CHAI team members, including strategic plans, guidelines and standard operating procedures, presentations, project reports and implementation updates, and/or communications with partners- Streamline communications between Global Malaria leadership and technical staff and country offices, and provide regular updates on opportunities and progress to each- Facilitate coordination of activities between country teams within the region and act as liaison for learning from other regions- Synthesize CHAI’s best practices, products, and approaches and work to institutionalize knowledge to maintain consistency of CHAI support across countries and regions- Lead donor reporting for region, working alongside country teams to develop programmatic and financial updates- Represent CHAI at regional meetings and conferences and develop and maintain relationships with regional partners to ensure coordinated activities- Support budgeting process, including working with country teams to determine annual allocations and identify under- or over-spends, and liaising with technical experts during the costing and reforecasting of budgets- Identify opportunities to engage and collaborate with regional and local experts, institutions and partners to facilitate long-term sustainability of CHAI’s work- Explore new opportunities, engage with country offices during development of funding proposals to ensure joint ownership and sufficient program capacity for execution of funded projects- Direct line management of a 3-person team providing strategic guidance and mentorship to achieve team goals- Manage CHAI's country operations in Angola and Namibia, including direct oversight of the country budget and human resources, and coordinating with CHAI headquarters to ensure streamlined local operations- Other responsibilities as needed
- Définir et coordonner les activités pour le projet de stratégie et financement de la santé primaire et agir en tant que conseiller clé auprès des parties prenantes du gouvernement pour les soutenir dans la conception et la mise en œuvre d’un plan d’amélioration du système;- Superviser une équipe d’associé(e)s/consultants ayant des parcours professionnels et éducatifs divers et travailler avec les RH pour diriger et soutenir les initiatives de gestion et formation des talents;- Assurer la mise en œuvre et l'exécution des programmes d'interventions de haute qualité et orienter la prise de décisions fondées sur des données probantes concernant les politiques, les directives et les opérations du programme;- Fournir des conseils techniques et superviser la qualité des produits livrables et s'assurer que les communications et les produits de travail qui sont partagés à l'extérieur répondent aux normes de CHAI;- Identifier et développer des champs d'action à moyen terme pour traiter des questions politiques clés au Burkina Faso. Au besoin, travailler avec bailleurs de fonds de CHAI pour mobiliser des financements afin de répondre à ces besoins;- Poursuivre les possibilités de collaboration avec d'autres équipes de CHAI, en aidant à construire une communauté de pratique transversale au sein du pays, de la région et de l'organisation;- Autres tâches potentielles assignées par le superviseur.
- Établir et maintenir de forte relation avec les différentes parties prenantes du gouvernement et du secteur privé.- Gérer le personnel et coordonner tous les domaines du projet. Cela comprendra:- Superviser l'exercice de diagnostic des services laboratoires privés et publics avec la création d'outils de collecte de données et d'un questionnaire.- Mener l'analyse pour déterminer les forces, les faiblesses, les contraintes du système afin de proposer des solutions.- Mener l'étude pourtant sur la réglementation et les expériences antérieures en matière de PPP.- Gérer l'évaluation du système de financement et des ressources qui soutiennent les réseaux de diagnostic, de l'achat de produits à la prestation de services dans les établissements et les communautés.- Fournir une contribution stratégique aux documents de politique de santé, y compris, mais sans s'y limiter, les politiques et les plans stratégiques des laboratoires nationaux, les plans d'amélioration de la qualité, le cas échéant.- Représenter CHAI dans les forums et les groupes de travail techniques pertinents ;- Gérer les ressources du projet conformément aux politiques et procédures de CHAI;- Autres responsabilités selon les besoins.
- In partnership with the leadership, lead the refinement of CHAI Zimbabwe’s HIV Prevention program strategy.- Support leadership to provide overall project management and oversight to ensure that expected deliverables and targets are achieved on time and on budget.- Work closely with the Finance Manager in grant management and provide direct support to the program in grant management and tracking of programmatic budgets and expenditure.- Work collaboratively with other programs on the country team to identify and advance synergies for program collaboration and provide support to business development efforts.- Supervise 3 employees, establishing performance goals, ensuring progress towards team milestones, and providing coaching and feedback.- Support the Ministry in driving strategic discussions and decisions, ensuring effective and efficient program management based on evidence-based strategies.- Support Ministry in resource tracking, costing, budgeting, and advocacy for additional funding for HIV prevention programming.- Ensure effective documentation, knowledge management and learning in programs.- Lead collaboration and coordination with key partners working in the HIV prevention space to create partnerships, leverage on comparative strengths and make technical contributions to national policies, strategies, plans, guidelines, and programs.- Develop and manage strong working relationships with key stakeholders in government, international partners, donors, and NGOs, and ensure maximum coordination of resources and effort creating an environment that facilitates consensus on process, policy, and implementation recommendations.- Manage communications and ensure monitoring, evaluation, and reporting requirements to program donors are met.- Conduct other activities as required.
- Main regional S&S focal point for CHAI program countries in the SEAP region including but not limited to; Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Laos, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea- Work with country and global team colleagues to monitor and improve compliance with S&S global policies and guidelines- Respond to day to day security incidents affecting CHAI staff, assets, and reputation- Work with country SPPs and Country Directors to conduct risk assessments and modify operations/protocol- Train and support regional staff and leadership on standing responsibilities and incident/crisis response- Conduct country S&S visits to various CHAI operating locations to assess risk, develop protocols, and conduct training, as necessary- Liaise with S&S counterparts at other NGOs and within private and governmental sectors to maintain a strong understanding of local risk factors and norms- Work closely with colleagues in the Global S&S Department to staff the S&S Duty phone and respond to incidents, including during some weekend and evening hours- Monitor S&S threats and incidents in relevant countries and work with S&S point people to address any relevant developments- Track incidents and prepare reports and presentations for CHAI leadership- Note: For Cambodia/base location country, this person will also be part of the Safety Point Persons team, helping to manage incidents affecting CHAI’s local officeReporting:This position reports to the Senior Manager (based in South Africa) within the Safety and Security Department.
The incumbent will work under the supervision of Principal Accountant-Donor at MOH and will also work closely with the Finance team at the CHAI Zambia Office to ensure coordination and implementation of finance activities according to GRZ, Sida and CHAI finance policies and procedures in compliance with established accounting standards, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), donors’ rules and regulations, and legal requirements. Specific responsibilities may include but are not limited to: Provide strategic and functional leadership for the Program- 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.- Define and track financial indicators that will improve the cost efficiency of the program and advise the leadership at CHAI and MOH of the impact on each channel- Provide sound advice to the Program team on the tracking and management of budgets, based on GRZ, CHAI and SIDA policies and procedures for budgeting and re-forecasting.- Support the program team with financial analyses and projections, cost identification and allocation and revenue/expenses analysis.- Provide analysis-based recommendations to support reclassifications as necessary.- Be accountable for the maintenance of the anti-fraud and bribery program and for the maintenance of control systems to prevent fraud or to mitigate its impact.- Provide assistance to the Programs with guidance and tools to assist timely, accurate tracking of expenditures.- Ensure complete confidentiality of office documents and information, particularly sensitive financial information such as staff salaries and other financial arrangements.Devise accurate, realistic and inclusive budgets for program work- 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.- Spearhead the development of annual budgets and reforecasts, in consultation with PeaCe Program Leadership team at CHAI and MOH.- Manage the monthly budget process and prepare cash flow projections, working with the CHAI Zambia finance team and the accounting department at MOH.- Prepare annual operational budgets to guide and plan the optimal use of donors’ resources to achieve the program objectives and maximise impact.- Monitor and manage expenditure trends and provide timely advice and analysis of potential over or under spends to the program leadership team and budget holders, to allow staff to make required adjustments to meet financial goals.- Provide annual training and continuous support to the program leadership team, budget holders and project officer to ensure proper understanding, ownership of and engagement with financial results and program budgets. Oversee and ensure financial systems, procedures and reports that enable efficient and compliant use of donor funds and assets- Interpret financial data; provide financial advice to solve complex financial problems.- Coordinate financial reporting, briefing with donors, and government entities.- Prepare donor financial reports in line with donor reporting requirements and standards.- Ensure organisational internal controls and systems are maintained and adhered to, identifying key risk areas and addressing them.- Ensure any changes in legislation or organisational structure are reflected without delays in internal controls and systems. Maintain an effective control structure.- Provide technical financial staff training where necessary to ensure understanding and compliance with CHAI global financial policies.Responsible for accurate and timely reporting, while dealing with internal and external auditors- Ensure periodic update reports and disbursement reports are prepared in line with the program reporting requirements- Ensure compliance with the GRZ financial and other regulations- Ensure full compliance with all donor compliance requirements.- Coordinate preparation of statutory accounts and audits in line with agreed reporting timetables.- Timely 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.- Prepare donor financial reports in line with donor reporting requirements and standards- Liaise with internal audit and external auditors.Leadership of a team that is developing and improving continuously- Lead and manage members of the finance team to build their capacity and strengthen competency and professional development.- Any other duties assigned.
- Define the Country Team's overall strategy, develop clear operational plans for execution, and continually identify opportunities for CHAI to add value and maximize impact- Ensure effective implementation and long-term sustainability of CHAI Rwanda’s programs (Nutrition, Health Financing, Hepatitis & Malaria ), including:- Strong design, execution, and monitoring & evaluation- Ensure program results meet/exceed targets aligned with the internal CHAI program strategy and committed to donors- Facilitate knowledge sharing internally and externally to ensure programs are fully leveraging available resources and partnerships- Build and leverage strong effective relationships with key partners and stakeholders, identify and establish additional partnerships as appropriate- Establish robust financial, administrative, and human resource policies and systems, ensuring they are aligned with CHAI global policies- Oversee the financial management of the country program, including monthly cash flow and financial reporting, cash allocations and budget forecasting and planning - Develop and manage program budgets in collaboration with program staff- Support human resources management, including recruitment and management of existing staff- Oversee internal management of the office's daily operations, including contracting with vendors, ensuring compliance with local laws, and interfacing with CHAI's legal and financial teams- Lead and support fundraising efforts, including new program development, budgeting and the development and management of relationships with existing and potential donors- Manage processes for internal and donor reporting- Develop communication materials, make presentations and represent CHAI at public forums- Coordinate efforts with CHAI's partners and establish new partnerships- Maintain appropriate bi-directional communication with CHAI’s Boston office to ensure that CHAI's global capabilities are being fully leveraged- Facilitate communications and coordination between stakeholders- Lead the M&E development and implementation plans of CHAI supported interventions and lead the country team in the preparation of donor reports- Perform other tasks as directed
- Lead program management and implementation of Project JEET across ten states- Manage a team of regional managers and state level implementation partners (sub-recipients) providing strategic oversight and support- Drive the sharing and adoption of best practices across all implementation sites- Effectively manage transition of project activities and scale-up of newer activities on LTBI across all sites- Develop review and monitoring mechanisms in coordination with the M&E and analytics team- Engage with stakeholders at various levels (national and state), including both Government and Non-Government organizations, and coordinate with them for improved program performance and delivery- Advocate for necessary support on drugs and diagnostics from the Government for successful project implementation- Oversee development and execution of workplans, progress reports, management of budgets and finances in accordance with financial covenants and procedures- Lead ideation and piloting of new ideas to improve quality of service delivery- Support Project Director in donor engagement and reporting to key stakeholders- Other responsibilities as needed
The DCD is a senior leader of the CHAI-Cambodia team, responsible for overseeing the effective execution of multiple programmatic strategies and ensuring CHAI provides high-quality support to the Ministry of Health. The role requires strong managerial, communication, and organizational skills. Responsiblities cover both internal and external areas, including management of one or more technical teams along with office operations. Leadership and Strategic Planning- Ensuring the development and execution of a compelling strategy for maximizing CHAI’s impact and support to the Ministry of Health, including clear operational plans that align with government priorities and are coordinated with relevant stakeholders- Supporting the development of new program areas, including development of proposal narratives, M&E frameworks and budgets; engagement with internal and external stakeholders; and donor engagement- Ensuring successful transition of completed programs with an emphasis on the long-term sustainability of investmentsProgram Oversight and Mentorship- Provide direct oversight of one or more program teams; provide support and guidance to program managers and other staff on strategy and project deliverables- Mentor program managers and senior technical staff as they take on managerial responsibilities- Develop and ensure execution of program budgets and performance indicators in collaboration with program staff and the country director- Work with program teams to shape new work areas, including project scoping, proposal writing and fundraisingOperations Management- Provide strategic thought partnership for operations, financial management and HR and ensure alignment with CHAI global policy and practice- Strengthen and formalize systems and processes for budgeting, financial tracking, and donor and government reporting- Support the operations team in planning how to translate new program needs into operations- Accompany the complex annual budgeting and reforecasting processesStakeholder Relationship Management- Represent CHAI in public forums, including the development of presentations and materials for external audiences- Ensure coordination and communication internally across teams, within country, across countries and globally- Develop and maintain strong working relationships with key stakeholders in government, international partners, donors and NGOs- Other activities and responsibilities, as needed