Summary Description: Grant funded.POSITION SUMMARY Under the direct supervision and guidance of the ICAP Clinical & Training Unit Director, the Deputy Director, Clinical & Training Unit will assist the Director in supporting the clinical aspects of ICAP's activities in adult HIV care and treatment across approximately 15 countries.MAJOR ACCOUNTABILITIES -Assist in the provision of leadership and supervision to the Clinical & Training Unit on adult HIV care and treatment including the design of programs in partnership with in-country teams and the provision of clinical mentorship, didactic teaching and guidance to ICAP in-country staff in order to enhance technical capacity at the national, regional and local levels for the delivery of high quality adult HIV care and treatment services.-Guide the development and/or refinement of program materials, including technical updates, clinical guidelines, protocols, algorithms, and other clinical support tools, with a focus on adult HIV care and treatment.-Oversee and/or actively participate in the design, planning, implementation and evaluation of a variety of technical assistance projects related to adult HIV care and treatment.-Contribute to and/or lead the development, execution and continual updating of the strategic plan for the Clinical & Training Unit.-Assist in overseeing the Clinical & Training Unit's day to day management of administrative matters, including strong participation in the recruitment and hiring of NY-based and key in-country staff.-Supervise and oversee technical direction and prioritization of activities of select Clinical & Training Unit staff.-Oversee and/or actively participate in the preparation of grant proposals and renewals and preparation of donor reports; provide technical expertise for other grant writing activities within ICAP.-Conduct visits to country programs and supported sites to provide supervision and technical assistance.-Work with ICAP country teams and ICAP's Strategic Information Unit to design methods for collection of relevant data as well as interpretation of data and support local use of data to enhance the delivery of high quality, evidence-based HIV care and treatment.-Represent ICAP and the Clinical & Training Unit at meetings, scientific conferences and other venues as needed.-Oversee Clinical & Training Unit when Director is traveling.-Perform other related duties as directed.TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS:-Requires international travel of at least four (4) trips per year with each trip lasting approximately ten (10) days.
Minimum Qualifications: - Approximately eight (8) years of experience -At least five (5) years of experience in adult HIV care and treatment-Demonstrated experience in training activities and mentorship directed toward adult HIV care and treatment-Prior HIV program evaluation experience.-Strong supervisory and management skills for leading teams of clinicians and other public health professionals.-Demonstrated experience working independently with strong problem-solving skills and ability to foresee problems and initiate appropriate action.-Excellent written and communication skills.-Excellent interpersonal skills.
Preferred Qualifications: -Experience in HIV care and treatment program implementation in developing countries.-French or Portuguese language skills desirable but not required.
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