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- Establish and maintain strong working relationships with hiring managers and internal HR departments.- Act as advisor to hiring managers to determine staffing needs and profiles for each open position- Work with hiring managers and Talent Acquisition team colleagues to identify best sourcing for each position- Develop a pipeline of qualified candidates using diverse, cost-effective techniques- Manage applicant/staff information and status in the applicant tracking database; ensuring the highest integrity of data.- Provide timely and consistent communication to hiring teams and candidates on the recruitment status, throughout the interviewing and hiring process. - Identify and screen potential candidates to assess their abilities, and recommend qualified candidates based on phone interview and pre-employment assessment; proactively manage internal referrals.- Manage internal candidate placements.- Contribute to outreach strategy, systems development and refining recruitment programs, tools and processes.- Collaborate with HR partners on onboarding, immigration, and related issues.- Communicate CHAI’s compensation framework to candidates. Ensure realistic expectations are set with each candidate.- Extend both verbal and written job offers, negotiate offer terms with candidates. Collaborate with Global Human Resource Partners, Directors & Coordinators to ensure onboarding is streamlined.- Provide guidance on talent acquisition best practices & policies and customize best practices to align with country context. - Work closely with members of CHAI’s Talent Acquisition Team on ad hoc recruitment projects and provide other administrative support to HR staff as needed.- Other responsibilities as needed by supervisor.
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
- Support the program to develop and implement M&E plans, including designing data collection and management systems to ensure rigorous data collection, validation, and analysis for improving program performance.- Support the design of data management tools, systems, dashboards, analytics frameworks, and innovations to ensure continuous and harmonized data collection, validation, analysis for monitoring and evaluation of program performance.- Synthesize program performance and promote its use in decision making for program service delivery and resource allocation through leading analyses, discussions, and other measures.- Support the implementation of monitoring and evaluation plans through reviewing work plans, reports, organizing and participating in field visits, and initiating data reviews.- Contribute to research development and execution, including the design of study protocols and management of data collection and analysis.- Assist the development of programmatic reports by creating content, analyzing data, and synthesizing project activities.- Provide technical and capacity building assistance to the government staff.- Support the Program Manager to identify and bridge gaps pertaining effective implementation of the program’s priorities.- Performs moderate to highly complex analyses and presents findings in a clear, concise manner.- Other responsibilities as needed.
CHAI seeks an Associate to join Rwanda’s sustainable health financing team. In this role, the Associate will support the implementation of CHAI support to the GoR working closely with key decision makers of the MoH, RSSB, and Ministry of Finance. This will include support to various health financing reforms and operational improvement initiatives, including a provider payment reform for PHC and the revision of the CBHI benefit package. The Associate will report to the Program Manager for Health Financing and will work closely with other CHAI teams at the country and global level, including in Health Financing; Health System Strengthening; Infectious Diseases; Reproductive, Maternal, and Child Health; and others. Responsibilities- Design and carry out the scope of CHAI's support to the Ministry of Health and to Rwanda Social Security Board, for health financing according to government priorities and the evolving support needs of the Ministry of Health.- Act as a key advisor to government leadership in the design and implementation of health financing interventions and reforms. Those will include, and not be limited to, the following:- An ambitious provider payment reforms for primary health care providers. This will involve support to the government at central and subnational levels for the roll out of the payment reform.- The institutionalization of an evidence-based process to revise CBHI health benefit package and ensure essential services are covered by the scheme- The strengthening of donor coordination to support domestic resource mobilization and a sustainable transition towards greater self-reliance- Support the government in conducting in-depth financial analyses to inform priority reforms. These analyses may include the following:- Projections of service demand and financial needs for CBHI, as well as an analysis of financial availability and funding gaps.- Efficiency analyses that will inform interventions to improve financial management at central and peripheral levels and for different pillars of the health system.- Critical analysis of the distribution of financial resources for the health system as a whole and the expenditure incurred.- Other quantitative analyses to assess the opportunities to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and sustainability of health financing in Rwanda.- Transfer expertise to government partners in data analysis, including costing, scenario modelling and budgeting.- Draft presentations and reports for internal and external stakeholders on the work of health system strengthening in Rwanda.- Pursue opportunities for collaboration with other CHAI teams, helping to build a cross-cutting community of practice within the country, region and organization.- Other responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.
- Coordinate development and refinement of strategies and work plans on hepatitis MCH-related work, feeding into the hepatitis global strategy and focal country work plans- Support work planning and tracking of planned activities in line with grant deliverables, including support to monthly and annual grant reporting- Assist in distilling and communicating updates on global evidence, new strategies, research, best practices and lessons learned across CHAI’s hepatitis community and partners- Lead data management, including maintaining resources, toolkits and dashboards with relevant indicators- Assist country support and CHAI country teams in providing technical assistance to Ministries of Health to develop and implement evidence-based MCH-related strategies for impact- Support with general program operations to ensure coordinated and well-planned projects- Support proposal development and resource mobilization efforts for hepatitis MCH-related strategies- Represent CHAI at regional strategic forums and meetings, as needed