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- Work closely with the SHA leadership and management to identify, design and deliver on all initiatives- Identify and create demand for support on insurance policy and operations, performance management and use of evidence for decision making, working with SHA leadership to articulate this need- Work closely with the Health Financing program lead to refine and expand the program strategy, develop and deliver on develop clear operational plans for execution- Identify central and state capacities and needs in insurance implementation and performance management, including enrolment, empanelment, claims and fraud management- Provide direct technical assistance to SHA and state level partners to identify priority challenges in core operations, synthesize evidence, design strategies for iterative improvement, implement and test outcomes. Facilitate input from key experts and practitioners from CHAI and local partners.- Develop innovative approaches to capacity building, ensuring skills transfer and government ownership in all projects- Advise senior managers on strategic and policy decisions and support troubleshooting on core insurance functions. Facilitate input from key experts and local practitioners as relevant- Work with the program lead to organize and facilitate learning exchanges, workshops and trainings for practitioner-to-practitioner exchange, to strengthen capacity and knowledge sharing on priority technical topics- Contribute to the writing and editing of reports, presentations and policy briefs on related topics as necessary. Participate in meetings, technical working groups and conferences as required- Establish and maintain effective and collaborative working relationships and engagement with CHAI India and global teams, local institutional partners, and technical/academic institutions at national and state levels, and ensure maximum coordination of resources and effort- Other responsibilities as needed
- Co-create and monitor the strategic direction and implementation of the cancer program, ensuring equitable access to quality services, sustainability and scalability of key interventions on secondary prevention of cervical cancer.- Build and maintain trust-based relationships with donors, key government partners (national and state level), developmental partners, and other relevant stakeholders to expand access to quality cancer care.- Support engagement with new and existing donors, including developing workplans and budgets, writing and presenting narrative and financial reports to effectively communicate program progress, challenges and risks.- Lead program design and implementation of processes, systems for collection, collation, and synthesis of program data to inform program strategy, operations, and reviews.- Establish and maintain effective and collaborative working relationships and engagement with CHAI global and country teams, institutional partners, experts and technical/academic institutions at national and state levels, and ensure coordination of resources and effort for maximum impact.- Anchor grant management and coordinate program specific communication with the relevant program country teams, CHAI global cervical cancer team and donor. This entails:- Regular communication with CHAI program country teams and the CHAI global cervical cancer team to share progress and learnings from program implementation- Drafting required update reports (e.g., program progress report, project logframe, risk mitigation plan, etc.) and budget review documents to aid communication with the program donor- Preparing program briefs for the WJCF country and program leadership and the CHAI global cervical cancer team to aid in internal and external communication- Lead program communication by sharing key learnings, outcome and impact, through creation of impactful content and dissemination across a broad range of communication channels, including organizing and facilitating dissemination through stakeholder workshops and seminars.- Support identification of new initiatives – within, allied to, or in addition to the existing program on cervical cancer prevention; and work with the WJCF and CHAI leadership teams to identify and engage with potential donors to support such initiatives.- Aid and support other aspects of the cancer program by working closely with the WJCF state, country, and global teams.
Strategy development and planning:- In collaboration with team leadership, develop and refine the STRIDE grant’s KM strategy, learning agenda, and operational priorities.- Develop a plan to capture, analyze, document, and disseminate evidence from learning agenda. This will include refining the KM strategy throughout the course of the grant.- Work closely with country and global teams to ensure inclusion of learning agenda-related activities in annual workplans and appropriate resource allocation.- Identify and pursue opportunities to partner with other relevant organizations, donors, governments, etc. for joint development of learning products (where appropriate) and dissemination activities.Knowledge generation:- Work closely with global and country teams to lead and coordinate documentation and dissemination of grant-related outcomes, processes, approaches, and innovations as part of operationalizing the KM strategy and learning agenda.- Write, edit, and review learning and communication products including but not limited to program, policy, and technical briefs; conference abstracts and presentations; peer-reviewed journal articles and other publications; conceptualize and develop infographics and other visual aids as needed.- Work closely with global and country teams to refine existing measurement and evaluation systems and dashboards to ensure they support continuous learning cycles and adaptive management and provide the content needed for development of learning products.- Provide oversight on the strategic scheduling, flow, content, and quality of learning and communication materials, establishing a process to manage grant learning and communication assets.- Prompt, facilitate, and document pause and reflect learning sessions after all significant events and processes (meetings, brainstorming sessions, etc.).Knowledge storing and sharing:- Establish internal systems and processes to capture, store, and easily retrieve generated knowledge and communication products (e.g., best practices, manuals, tools, guidelines, policies, and strategies).- Strengthen use of Box as the repository for project, learning, and communication documents; facilitate awareness and use of these materials within and across CHAI teams.- Capture and distill insights on implementation of KM systems and processes to improve impact and practice of KM materials and systems.- Ensure development and delivery of high-quality, participatory knowledge/learning exchange events (e.g., webinars, conference sessions, and other events) to internal and external audiences and stakeholders.Capacity building:- Lead the development of tools, processes, and skills to enhance capacity for ongoing KM efforts within CHAI teams.- Support the development and implementation of approaches led by country teams to build the KM capacity of government partners.- Coach individuals and teams on the use of KM processes and tools.- Continually build own KM and learning capacity and skills.- Other responsibilities as needed.
- Co-create and monitor the strategic direction and implementation of the EM O2 program, ensuring consistent improvements in equitable access based on and support to government-led initiatives.- Support program leadership to provide overall project management and oversight to ensure that expected deliverables and targets are achieved on time and on budget and lead components of these independently.- Coordinate with the other teams to exchange ideas and ensure timely delivery and progress on the envisaged operational plans.- Build and maintain trust-based relationships with MoHFW, other government stakeholders, and key partners at a senior level.- Play the high-level representational role with the government, donors, partners, and other stakeholders at the national and state levels.- Provide strategic insight at technical working groups and/or other high-level meetings/conferences as a senior level representative of the organization.- Lead, guide, and mentor a high-powered team of motivated and entrepreneurial colleagues across geographies.- Build the program by continually developing capacity and skills of staff, identifying human resources needs and leading recruitment of new team members.- Undertake donor and grant management and manage the operations and finances of the program to meet deliverables within the appropriate timeframes.- Work with leadership to further the scope of the program and identify new areas where the organization can deliver value.- Assist with resource mobilization and development of donor proposals by identifying areas with significant beneficiary and policy impact to scale-up program implementation initiatives.- Undertake any other duties as requested by the program leader.
- Support the Country Director (CD) in defining the Country Team's overall strategy, develop clear operational plans for execution, and continually identify opportunities for CHAI to add value and maximize impact- Plan and execute specific programmatic initiatives- Provide high-quality technical assistance to the government as needed/requested, and nurture a trusted relationship with government partners based on a track record of delivering results that exceed expectations in speed and quality- Build and leverage strong effective relationships with key partners and stakeholders, identify and establish additional partnerships as appropriate- Support the CD to establish robust financial, administrative, and human resource policies and systems, ensuring they are aligned with CHAI global policies and compliant with local law- Develop and manage program budgets in collaboration with program staff- Support the CD in human resources management, including recruitment and management of existing staff- Ensure adequate on-boarding for new staff and identify training needs and professional development opportunities- Work with the operations manager on internal management of the office's daily operations, including contracting with vendors, ensuring compliance with local laws, and interfacing with CHAI's legal, security and financial teams- Manage administrative team to ensure proper office functioning for security, logistics and finance- Facilitate donor communication and manage monitoring and reporting of financial and programmatic progress- Support fundraising efforts, including new program development, proposal and concept note development, budgeting and the development and management of relationships with existing and potential donors- Develop communication materials, make presentations and represent CHAI at public forumsMaintain appropriate bi-directional communication with CHAI headquarters to ensure that CHAI's global capabilities are being fully leveraged- Maintain a thorough understanding of the health landscape in the country- Undertake other country tasks as the CD may direct as needed
(Scroll for English)- Soutenir le ministère de la santé, en particulier l'UMRSS et l'INSP, dans la mise en œuvre des activités de laboratoire de la NFM 3, précisément :- Mettre à jour le plan national laboratoire, stratégique et opérationnel.- Fournir une expertise technique s’appuyer sur l’expérience de CHAI et d’autres pays ainsi que l’OMS, dans les domaines de l'approvisionnement, du renforcement des capacités, de la création de la demande et du déploiement opérationnel de la stratégie des laboratoires.- Soutenir le ministère de la santé, en particulier l'UMRSS et l'INSP, dans l'effort de riposte au COVID-19 par la mise en œuvre des activités des laboratoires du C19RM :- Mettre en œuvre les systèmes, outils et procédures de gestion des stocks- Appuyer la décentralisation efficace du test COVID-19 grâce à l'optimisation de la plateforme de test existante et d’innovations en matière de réalisation des tests laboratoires.- Soutenir le suivi des activités de mise en œuvre du programme, y compris, mais sans s'y limiter, en travaillant avec le personnel de terrain pour examiner les activités programmatiques, suivre la mise en œuvre, et surveiller et examiner les résultats.- Fournir un soutien aux activités de recherche sur la covid-19, en utilisant les expériences mondiales et locales de la CHAI pour répondre aux besoins du ministère de la santé.- Fournir une analyse de données de haute qualité, synthétiser diverses sources de données en un résultat complet et rationalisé pour identifier les recommandations clés.- Établir et maintenir des relations de confiance avec les principaux partenaires gouvernementaux et les autres parties prenantes afin d'élargir l'accès à des services de diagnostic de qualité.- Autres tâches assignées par le Country Manager***- Support the MOH, specially the UMRSS and INSP, with the implementation of the NFM 3 laboratory activities such as:- Update the Government national laboratory strategy and operational plan- Provide technical expertise drawing on the experience of CHAI and other countries as well as WHO, in areas of procurement, capacity building, demand generation, and operational rollout of laboratory strategy.- Support the MOH, specially the UMRSS and INSP, with the COVID-19 riposte effort through the implement of the C19RM laboratories activities such as:- Implement stock management systems, tools, and procedures- Effective decentralization of COVID-19 testing through optimization of existing testing platform and innovation in performing laboratory tests- Support the monitoring of program implementation activities, including but not limited to, working with field staff to review programmatic activities, track implementation, and monitor and review outputs.- Provide support to research activities on covid-19, by using the CHAI global and local experiences to respond to the need of the MoH- Provide high quality data analysis, synthesize various sources of data into comprehensive and streamlined output to identify key recommendations.- Build and maintain trust-based relationships with key government partners, and other relevant stakeholders to expand access to quality diagnostic services- Other tasks assigned by the Country Manager
- Lead the public finance management support to the MoH including creating and maintaining relationships with key MoH counterparts and other stakeholders;- Independently maintain key relationships with senior MoH leadership as focal point for specific projects;- Lead budget development and execution practices at the regional and central levels;- Support the MoH Accounts office and Financial Controller in evaluating budget utilization for key MoH programs and service delivery units;- Implement efficiency opportunities both at central, regional and facility level and support the MoH to implement the efficiency opportunities;- Identify opportunities for improving service delivery through efficient use of funds and resources;- Support the MoH Procurement Unit in improving procurement and supply chain practices for better resource allocation and service delivery;- Develop and implement quantitative data collection tools for resources tracking;- Support analysis that informs the design and implementation of health financing policies and reforms in Eswatini;- As needed, support cross-cutting workstream contributing towards attaining universal health coverage and sustainability;- Other responsibilities assigned by the supervisor.
- Maintain an up to date understanding of CHAI’s global operations, risks, and compliance requirements, and international auditing standards- Assess adequacy of governance, risk management processes, internal controls, compliance with regulation and policies- Influence positive change, add value to CHAI’s operations and share best practices- Plan and conduct financial, operational and compliance audit engagements (scopes, programs, testing) of CHAI country offices, global programs, and operational unit- Evaluate financial documents for accuracy and compliance policies and procedures and host countries regulations- Write clear and concise internal audit findings into reports format reflecting the results of the work performed- Provide value added recommendations that are applicable to specific business processes, country offices and programs- Review and validate implementation of management corrective actions and prepare quarterly reports on the status of corrective actions.- Raise awareness of the internal audit function and improve communication and collaboration with management and governance- Partner with management to identify risks and improve visibility of high risks for leadership- Conduct trainings on internal controls, compliance, risk management and governance- Promote awareness of fraud risks and red flags, and promote controls to deter and mitigate fraud risks- Assist with periodic reporting to the Audit Committee- Manage outsourced internal audits with consultants- Develop processes and analytical tools to improve efficiency of the Internal Audit activity. Develop audit programs, checklists, and audit analytical tools that improve the audit function.- Maintain risk registers and control matrices- Organize and maintain clear and well-organized work papers- Conduct fact finding reviews and investigate allegations of financial misappropriations- Assist with other responsibilities and projects assigned by the Director, Internal Audit
- Act as the subject matter expert (SME) on compensation matters, providing guidance and coaching to Global HR colleagues, international and US-based managers and CHAI leaders on complex global compensation-related matters- Advise CHAI leadership on global compensation strategies and methodologies that support CHAI’s global compensation principles of equity, transparency and ease of administration and support the mission by enabling CHAI to attract, retain and motivate talented employees- Project-manage CHAI’s ongoing compensation evaluation, including management of multiple complex work streams involving collaboration with internal stakeholders, CHAI leadership and external consultants- Conduct complex compensation analyses, both qualitative and quantitative, to assess equity in the application of CHAI’s compensation framework across teams, locations, job levels, .etc.; and to assess competitive alignment with external markets and trends- Provide various types of compensation data and analytics to drive business decisions and results; including equity analyses, statistical data, ad-hoc reporting, visual charts and graphs, etc.- Prepare standardized and customized (depending on the need) compensation reports for country and program directors and CHAI leadership- Lead the development and implementation of compensation guidelines and practices that support CHAI’s compensation principles- Lead CHAI’s annual cost-of-living review; develop and recommend appropriate cost-of-living adjustments (COLA) for CHAI’s 40+ countries using an objective, data-driven approach while also considering other relevant economic factors that may vary by country- Work closely with other members of the Global HR Team to develop communication and roll-out plans for annual COLA, as well as any other global compensation initiatives to ensure consistent and transparent communication- Participate in approved salary surveys through the collection and reporting of data to third-party survey providers. Review salary survey results and reports findings and recommendations for any adjustments- Design, implement, and maintain a compensation model that meets CHAI’s complex compensation reporting and analytical needs and can also support global growth and increase efficiency- Oversee the development and implementation of global compensation trainings, processes and guidance documents- Keep skills and knowledge current (technology, application, project management, analytics, change management, etc.) through professional reading, professional websites and internal counsel- Provide other HR services as needed or requested
As part of the Global Vaccines Delivery team, and in collaboration with a small team of direct reports, and country and program leadership, the position will: (i) drive program and grant management, (ii) lead CHAI's vaccines program in the area of MSC and sustainable financing for immunization, (iii) provide strategic and programmatic support for the design and implementation of work in focus countries, and (iv) improve national and global immunization practices and policies. The Manager's work will help to achieve and sustain immunization program outcomes, and will also serve as a blueprint to identify powerful interventions to improve health systems which could be adapted for other primary health care programs. 1) Drive MSC & GTR program and grant management, in collaboration with program and country leadership- Develop, support and manage a team of ~3 Associates on the MSC & GTR sub-team, to drive team effectiveness and engagement across the portfolio- Support development of program-wide and country-specific objectives, strategies and milestones to implement the MSC & GTR portfolio - In collaboration with country teams and Regional Managers, regularly assess progress against program objectives in areas of focus- Help prepare high-quality briefings for donors and CHAI management, including achievements to date, key risks and opportunities, and action plans going forward; effectively manage donor relationships 2) Lead CHAI's vaccines strategy in the area of MSC and sustainable immunization financing, in collaboration with program and country leadership- Lead CHAI’s forward looking strategy and provide strategic direction and thought leadership related to MSC & GTR both at global and country level, to increase CHAI’s effectiveness and impact- Support fundraising and grant development in line with CHAI’s strategy, both at country and global level- Foster horizontal collaboration between Global Vaccine Delivery sub-teams to ensure MSC & GTR interventions are leveraged to support other CHAI’s vaccine delivery objectives (e.g. improving vaccine cold chain and supply chain, supporting service delivery at the last mile, leveraging immunization to support primary health care strengthening etc.); put in place appropriate mechanisms to ensure cross-fertilization across these objectives3) Provide strategic and programmatic leadership for the design and implementation of work in focus countries to dramatically and sustainably improve immunization management performance and financing, in collaboration with direct reports and Regional Managers- Support ramp up of new workstreams and new focus countries, and strengthen capabilities of existing programs, leveraging institutional knowledge from CHAI- Contribute to the design, planning and implementation of high-impact work with country teams to transform management and financing systems in CHAI focus countries, including through- Supporting governments to address and resource equity priorities- Strengthening national and subnational data driven performance management systems- Strengthening national and subnational planning and coordination processes to expand the reach and quality of immunization and other primary health care services- Improving immunization financing, resource mobilization and sustainability, in particular for countries in Gavi transition- Demonstrate impact and support countries to plan for scale and sustainability of high-impact work, including transition of successful practices to national government leadership4) Improve national and global practices and policies related to MSC & GTR, in collaboration with direct reports and program leadership- Develop productive relationships with key stakeholders (e.g., WHO, Gavi, BMGF, UNICEF, PATH, JSI, Sabin) and foster effective exchange of know-how with partners- Become a respected and trusted thought leader in this area of focus within CHAI and within the global immunization community- Disseminate CHAI's programmatic insights into the global immunization community and inform global policies and country practices beyond CHAI focus countries, including through global working groups