| Chemonics seeks multiple leadership positions for the anticipated seven year, $310 to $340 million USAID Integrated Health Program in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (IHP-DRC). The project aims to increase delivery of and access to high-quality, integrated health services by strengthening the capacity of Congolese institutions and communities. IHP-DRC will work to strengthen health governance, leadership, and systems at the provincial and health zone levels, as well as improve uptake and sustained application of key healthy behaviors. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world. |
Technical Director - Responsibilities include: • Provide technical leadership, management, and implementation of the project in the health zones covered by the designated office • Coordinate with provincial Congolese government stakeholders, relevant counterparts and implementing partners to coordinate activities and facilitate monitoring and reporting • Identify issues and risks related to project implementation in a timely manner, and suggest appropriate project adjustments • Liaise between the project office and the administrative office in Kinshasa and provide reports to the Chief of Party and USAID COR as necessary • Ensure the project meets stated goals, outcomes, benchmarks, and reporting requirements
Qualifications: • Master’s degree (or foreign equivalent) in related field required • Minimum of ten (10) years of experience implementing health programs required • Minimum of 6 years of experience in management or a leadership position required • Experience in crisis or conflict affected environments required; demonstrated ability to work across cultures and in complex environments • Experience in project implementation, strategic planning and implementation required • Fluency in English and French required
Health Finance Director - Responsibilities include: • Overseeing implementation of technical activities related to: • Integrating a results-focused approach to improve service delivery and governance and financing in the DRC health sector; • Creating an evidence-base for any knowledge gaps related to health finance; • Increasing transparency and oversight in health service financing and administration at provincial, health zone, facility, and community levels improved. • Improving availability of innovative financing approaches. • Providing technical inputs to decisions on program direction, through engagement with the chief of party and deputy chief of part, in the area of health finance. • Coordinating with operations team and field offices to procure resources needed to accomplish health finance objectives, including short-term technical assistance and specialized organizations, as needed.
Qualifications: • Master’s degree (or foreign equivalent) in related field required • Minimum of ten (10) years of experience in health financing or results-based programming required • Minimum of 6 years of experience in management or a leadership position required • Demonstrated experience supervising complex and challenging field operations and developing programs in fragile, transitional, or developing countries. Strong interpersonal and oral/written communication skills. • Fluency in English and French required
Monitoring and Evaluation Director - Responsibilities include: • Collecting, analyzing, and processing monitoring and evaluation data, assisting in monitoring and reporting against project performance indicators and results. • Developing methods and milestones to monitor the project’s progress towards its goals. • Contributing to program strategy to ensure that activities and assignments are carried out as planned and the program objectives are being achieved.
Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field required. • At least of six (6) years of experience in program monitoring and evaluation; • Demonstrable skills and experience in development of M&E tools, data analysis, data use, and assessments. • Experience working with USAID-funded monitoring and evaluation systems highly preferred; • Excellent communication (oral and written) skills, with demonstrated ability to write technical reports required. • Experience working on health projects preferred. • Fluency in English and French required.
Private Sector Liaison Manager - Responsibilities include: • Participating and engaging in management meetings and maintaining positive relationships with GDRC officials, partners, and implementing partners. • Identifying and implementing activities to reduce the level of donor financing, by increasing host-country ownership through such mechanisms as local host government financing or private sector engagement. • Building on existing communication channels and technologies and build partnerships with other USAID- and donor-funded projects and the private sector to enhance the effectiveness of behavior change and development communications knowledge and information sharing.
Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field required. • At least six (6) years of experience identifying opportunities for private sector engagement and/or engaging the private sector on donor-funded projects. • Demonstrated ability to lead and inspire a multi-disciplinary team, under difficult and challenging circumstances to the identification and achievement of contract results. • Fluency in English and French required.
SBCC Team Lead - Responsibilities include: • Serve as the lead technical specialist for successful implementation of consumer demand elevation activities. • Advise and support the Chief of Party in the development and implementation of a comprehensive strategy to strengthen and sustain efforts to increase consumer demand for improved health service delivery and service provider visits. • The specialist will manage other project staff and provide day-to-day direction of all SBCC activities. • Develop communication campaigns and coordinate with media organizations and community groups to promote health-SBCC objectives.
Qualifications: • Master’s degree in relevant field. • At least seven (7) years of experience in designing and implementing social and behavior change interventions. • Experience with social marketing, strategic communications, and behavior change communications in Sub Saharan Africa. • Experience working on health projects preferred. • Experience with the use of mass media and social networks to influence and gain public support, the negotiation and formation of alliances across interest groups; preferably in the health sector. • Fluency in English and French required.