- Maintain strong and positive working relationships with clients and partners including USAID and local governments
- Develop and implement annual work plans and budgets that reflect the priorities of USAID, the Ministry of Health, and other stakeholders
- Strategically identify capacity gaps and arrange for appropriate training of field staff
- Ensure the use of appropriate management methodologies to plan, organize, and control resources to achieve goals
- Develop, update, and implement the project’s performance monitoring plan, encompassing commodity security and logistics management indicators and project-wide performance measures
- Oversee regular data collection and reporting and lead quarterly reviews of performance analysis to identify issues and drive evidence-based interventions
- Develop and implement risk mitigation strategies for procurement and logistics services, and assess risks quarterly and implement risk management/mitigation strategies
- Ensure compliance with procurement standard operating procedures, including supplier order fulfillment, order tracking, customs clearance/freight forwarding, storage and distribution, and logistics management information systems
- Coordinate with relevant stakeholders in the provision of assistance to build the capacity and capability of national systems
- Report results of the project’s work to USAID, Ministry of health, other funders, and the home office
- Ensure timely submission of all deliverables
- Advanced degree in health or management-related discipline
- Minimum eight years of experience in public health program management, pharmaceuticals and medical supplies, and/or supply chain management systems
- Ability to manage and implement complex USAID-funded public health programs in a developing country context
- Skilled in leading and managing high-performing teams
- Ability to work with cooperating partners in implementing complex programs
- Excellent interpersonal and writing and oral communications skills; proven diplomatic and public relations skills
- Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity
- Fluency in English required
Send electronic submissions to [email protected] by April 13, 2016. Please include”Country Director” in the subject line. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted.
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