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This work will include supporting government programs in strengthening capacity to manage geospatial data, managing multiple complex stakeholders, driving rigorous implementation plans, designing deployment guidelines and resources, capturing and sharing lessons learnedacross countries, and supporting countries on use of geospatial information to enhance malaria control activities. A successful candidate will need to possess exceptional communication, organizational, and management skills as well as be able to work independently to drive implementation in complex environments and have deep personal commitment to producing results. CHAI places great value on relevant personal qualities including resourcefulness, tenacity, independence, patience, humility, and strong work ethic. Responsibilities: Cultivate opportunities to implement a CGR in Myanmar (70%)- Engage the Myanmar Ministry of Health and Sports (MoHS) and in country stakeholders to promote and develop a vision for the geo-enablement of their health information systems.- Draft a detailed country assessment and implementation plan to inform the deployment of a CGR and capacity building to manage geospatial data in a CGR.- Support the deployment, technical setup, and population of the CGR, including the integration of MoHS information systems with the CGR and set-up of long term maintenance systems- Support the generation of master lists of health-related geo-objects to serve as a source of truth across government programs. Develop or update standard operating procedures as needed to use the data in the CGR for public health activities.- Support the creation and development of interoperability standards across systems.Development of implementation guidelines and advocacy material for deployment of a CGR in other countries (20%)- Capture lessons learned from country implementations including user needs, implementation best practices, and M&E results.- Manage and develop resources to enable rapid deployment of a CGR including user testing protocols, SOPs for data collection and management, support system guidelines training collateral, hosting and maintenance options- Support the development of an online knowledge base for the CGR including a resource hub and global sandbox environment to facilitate demonstrations of the CGR platform- Develop communications materials and participate in relevant global meetings to advocate for the use and deployment of a CGR to support public health initiatives including malaria elimination- Engage global stakeholders and multilateral agencies on opportunities to strengthen global geospatial information management through the deployment of a CGRProject management and operational support (10%)- Update project team and partners on implementation progress- Operational support for other Health informatics initiatives in the Greater Mekong Subregion as needed
Program (Division)
Infectious Disease - Global Malaria
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Myanmar
Technical Responsibilities (60%):- Support the National Hepatitis Program (NHCP) for expanding access to diagnosis and treatment services for hepatitis in Myanmar.- Work closely with the National Hepatitis Program Manager and provide relevant technical and programmatic support to the NHCP for successful implementation and monitoring of the national strategic plan.- Build strong working relationships with key stakeholders across government and non-governmental organizations for hepatitis related work streams.- Serve as the focal point for stakeholder communications and coordination related to hepatitis work streams.- Engage closely with members of the CHAI global teams in formulation, planning and implementation of the hepatitis program agenda and work-plans.- Lead preparation of technical and programmatic document and reports related to hepatitis.- Assist in formulating concepts and writing project proposals on hepatitis related work streams.- Other duties, as requested, depending on the CHAI’s internal hepatitis program work plan. Program Management Responsibilities (40%):- Manage the CHAI’s hepatitis program team.- Ensure achievement of project milestones as agreed with the donor and the global team and within approved budget.- Assist senior staff and CHAI Management in creating and implementing policies/procedures.- Lead project-related work planning, budgeting, and reporting including donor financial and technical reports.- Hold budgetary responsibility for multiple project budgets.- Demonstrate sound judgment to elevate or consult senior level management with problems or other issues.- Work in coordination with senior leadership and program teams on complex functional issues.- Understand relevant program environment including goals and partner landscape.- Work with supervisor to prioritize work requirements and meet deadlines.- Take comprehensive, logical and data-driven approach.- Coordinate and establish credibility with internal and external stakeholders.- Contribute independently to team goals.- General Responsibilities.All staff are expected to undertake the following general duties:- Work within the framework of CHAI’s core values, promoting its ethos and mission statement- Work towards achieving program and/or department business plan objectives- Ensure familiarity with and adhere to all CHAI policies and procedures and keep informed of CHAI activities- Travel to program areas, as and when required- Work as part of a team and liaise with other departments to ensure effective communication across the organization- Participate in meetings, networks, seminars and conferences where relevant and beneficial to CHAI and its mission and mandate- Undertake and apply learning from appropriate training and development programs- Undertake any other duties appropriate to the post as may be required
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Myanmar
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Myanmar
Additional Location Description
Yangon, Myanmar
Project implementation- Serve as the focal point for daily interactions related to the programmatic activities and training dissemination- Support NHCP with CHAI project related NHCP activities as required- Organize monitoring meetings and continuous communication with members of the technical working group as required - Ensure achievement of project milestones as agreed with the donor and within approved budget- Write a progress report and submit to Program Manager on regular basis and as required - Support development and monitoring of program budgets and workplansTechnical input- Provide technical support to project staff and partners on hepatitis- Organize and facilitate trainings on above mentioned subjects- Disseminate information and material from the HQ technical unit- Organize workshops and specific working sessions following the launching of the activities depending on the team and project needs.- Work with project partners to identify issues/challenges and develop strategies for effective implementation of activities- Lead the elaboration and implementation of effective monitoring and evaluation tools- Ensure the effective use and application of the M&E tools- Other duties, as assigned Communication- Prepare minutes of meetings and pass them to the consortium- Lead the preparation of required reports to HQ, global team, and donorsOther responsibilities as needed
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Myanmar
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Myanmar
- Support VBDC to strengthen malaria surveillance systems, including:- Supporting and monitoring the performance of existing and new surveillance platforms and applications for improved data collection, reporting, data management, automated analysis and data visualization- Support to the maintenance of the master lists for the geographic objects (health facilities and villages) in the malaria surveillance system- Providing technical support to data focal persons/community surveys conducted by Ministry of Health and Sports. This includes development of data collection tools, training material including SOPs, conducting training and coordinating the survey and ensuring completion- Supporting NMCP as appropriate to disseminate findings through high-quality presentations and reports including for non-technical audiences Coordinate with malaria implementing partners on surveillance and M&E activities- Provide capacity building for township NMCP staff on information system, data management and reporting, and other topics as needed- Co-facilitate subnational level training for Township staff, Basic Health Staff and ICMVs- Support other relevant activities as requested by NMCP- Support NMCP and VBDC to strengthen malaria case management systems, including:- Provide technical assistance and strategic guidance to ensure healthcare workers have access to quality diagnostics, and patients have access to high quality medicines, and that they are aware and applying the latest case management guidelines- Support data driven decision making by NMCP and VBDC, including:- Support implementation of active case investigation and detection, and provide feedback on how to improve the protocol- Providing technical support regarding the management and analysis of malaria surveillance data, and enhancing NMCP data management: organizing and merging data of variable cleanliness and file type, collate available epidemiological and other relevant data, and assessing quality and suitability for analysis – and treating all NMCP data and data products (e.g. maps) as confidential- Support the investigation of high-risk areas to determine factors associated with transmission and collaborate with NMCP and VBDC to develop interventions to reduce each locality’s transmission potential- Identify key impediments to successful collection of malaria surveillance data and work with NMCP, VBDC and partners to develop solutions to rapidly address these bottlenecks- Supporting the implementation align with SOPs aiming at improving the availability, quality (completeness, uniqueness, timeliness, validity, accuracy, and consistency) and accessibility of surveillance data and the effective use of surveillance-related technologies across the NMCP- Identify opportunities for transformational change at the local, state/region and national level which could enhance efforts to eliminate malariaSupport additional responsibilities assigned by Program Lead
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Country Teams (ARCHIVED)
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Myanmar
Additional Location Description
Banmauk Township and Pinlebu Township, Sagaing Region

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