Jobs at Jhpiego

An internationally recognized non-profit, non-governmental organization focused on improving the health of women and families internationally and in Liberia is seeking qualified, skilled and highly motivated candidates to fill the following positions:

Please apply with a cover letter and detailed CV including three referees.
Applications accepted until the position is filled. Al! applications should be submitted to .
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.

  • Chief of Party
    1The Chief of Party (COP) will provide overall vision, direction, leadership and management
    I to an upcoming project in Liberia which focuses on providing support to integrated
    Community level health services and activities. The COP will be responsible for ensuring that the project is implemented in accordance with the cooperative agreement, USAID regulations, and internationally recognized community health standards. The COP will be the primary representational link with the donor. The COP will work closely with the donor to
    provide project updates, discuss strategies, obstacles, performance plans, and indicator
    success. The COP will liaise with donor contracting officers, technical support staff and
    outside contractors. The COP will ensure that project initiatives adequately address the
    needs of the beneficiary population in the most cost-effective manner. This position is contingent upon award from USAID/Liberia.

    Provide project leadership and strategic direction on community-based health
    programs with focus on maternal, newborn, and child health in underserved
    rural populations to achieve project goals. objectives and targets
    Implement activities and ensure the project is technically sound and
    evidence-based plans that are responsive to the needs of Liberia, its people
    and the USAID donor
    Write and/or review technical components of materials and publications related
    to the project
    Develop and maintain excellent relationships with key stakeholders and USAID
    donor in Liberia
    Work collaboratively with other project team members and stakeholders to
    ensure necessary project planning, development, resource
    availability and management of activities function smoothly and
    Present progress, achievements and lessons learned to key stakeholders
    including donor and partners

    Ensure high-quality project implementation, consistent with the programs g 0 a I s
    and objectives
    Prepare in coordination with key project staff strategiC work-plans with clear
    objectives and achievement benchmarks, long-term and short-term
    priortnes, implementation plans, financial projections and tools for

    Manage the overall project by planning, monitoring and evaluating project
    activities in accordance with the cooperative agreement
    IdentifY technical assistance needs and arrange for the provision of needed
    Manage sub-agreement partners; ensure coordinated inputs and
    technical/managerial quality from all partnersfcollaborators
    Provide financial and technical management to ensure the best use of
    resources by preparing sound budgets, monitoring project expenses, and
    ensuring timely submission of financial reports to USAID
    Ensure that the project is implemented in accordance with the cooperative
    agreement, USAID regulations, and internationally recognized quality
    Work with finance and program staff to develop and track program budgets
    that can be effectively reported in an accurate timely fashion to the home 0 ff ice,
    partners and USAID
    Work with Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) staff to develop M&E
    frameworks and effectively track data/results;
    Maintain productive, consistent open communication with key personnel,
    technical and support staff
    Work collaboratively with project and headquarters staff to ensure proper
    financial projections, reporting, spending and compliance with project t e r m s
    and conditions
    Ensure compliance with USAID operational policies and regulations
    Directly supervise several key members of staff

    Advanced degree in public health preferably in maternal child health or relevant
    A minimum of 12-15 years of project management experience in large, multi-year
    international health sector development programs that have implemented
    successful activities in areas such as improved clinical services or NGO capacity
    Demonstrated track record managing large consortium international health
    programs for USAID along with following compliance, reporting and regulation
    Demonstrated experience in implementing public health projects with
    considerable funding in developing countries
    Strong leadership and technical capacity to support service delivery
    Excellent interpersonal, writing and oral presentation skills
    Ability to work in a complex environment with multiple tasks, short deadlines and
    intense pressure to perform
    Understanding of USAID regulations and compliance and reporting procedures
    Fluency in English
    Ability to travel in Liberia and internationally

    Experience in knowledge of district level issues impacting upon health service
    delivery and community participation developing successful, replicable and
    sustainable projects
    A team player accustomed to building team capacity, delegating work to teams and
    developing communities of learning among host-country partners and
    Working knowledge of Kpelle, Bassa, Mano and Dan.

    Location: Not Specified
    Experience: 5 year(s)
    Course of Study: public health
    Required Grade: Not Specified