Jhpiego, an affiliate of Johns Hopkins University is recruiting for an upcoming USAID health service delivery program in South Sudan’s Central and Western Equatoria States.
This program, an Associate Award under the Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP), seeks to increase access to quality basic health services at both the facility and community levels.
Maternal and child health, along with family planning, reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, Malaria, and water & sanitation will be the technical foci of project interventions.
Available positions include:
Finance and Administration Manager
Finance and Administration Manager will provide leadership in overseeing the financial and contractual aspects of the project including accurate financial, contractual and administrative reporting to the management team and external agencies and to ensure compliance of USAID and Jhpiego rules and regulations.
Compliance Manager will provide a full range of compliance, financial and operational audits. S/he will assist in the development of a grant making strategy and the designation of subgrants to organizations providing services and support to the project, ensuring that the strategy is in compliance with USAID and Jhpiego rules and regulations.
Grants Officer will contribute to timely and cost-effective program implementation, reporting of activity results and meeting of program deliverables.
S/he will oversee the financial capacity building of all subgrantees and provide practical operational guidance to build the technical and management capacity of the local organizations, as well as their capacity to secure support.
Administrative Officer will provide support in the areas of vendor management, contracts, purchasing, office management, travel and document compilation, editing and proofreading for Jhpiego/South Sudan country
For more information and to apply to this program scheduled to begin in August 2012, please visit: www.jobs-jhpiego.icims.com
South Sudanese applicants strongly encouraged to apply.