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    Regional Human Rights Education Project Manager Job in South Africa

    Amnesty International’s Regional Office is looking for an experienced Human Rights Education Project Manager. You are motivated, committed to human rights values. You enjoy developing human rights learning journeys online and offline for different target groups.

    You are interested in exploring together with colleagues on the national, regional and global level strategies for impactful, action oriented human rights education.

    You have experience particularly in the integration of human rights education into formal education, working with governments as well as civil society in Africa. Access to human rights education creates the foundation for a rights respecting society, for (re)claiming rights. It underpins Amnesty’s human rights work.

    About the Role

    You will work closely with the Human Rights Education Regional Coordinator (who is based in Dakar) to contribute to the development and implementation of regional plans, strategies and projects.

    You will support the implementation of human rights education work online and offline, ensure the alignment with global and regional campaigns, contribute the human rights education perspective in the region to internal AI policies, approaches, strategies, activism and research.

    You will work together with colleagues to scale up our Human Rights Education work in the region.

    This includes contributing to the design of online and offline modules and courses, capacity building workshops and learning processes focusing on nurturing knowledge, skills, attitudes and values; integrating human rights education into core school curricula, textbooks and teacher trainings; contributing to the development of relevant and participatory human rights education training materials; and supporting the delivery of training to different target groups including human rights activists and Amnesty International members.

    About You

  • With experience of working in human rights education, you must have first-hand knowledge and experience of the socio-political and economic context as well as experience of working with the formal and non-formal educational structures and environments in the Sub Saharan African region.
  • You have demonstrated understanding of human rights education methodology, including participatory and experience in producing and facilitating training courses and working with governments, schools and target group. You will also have an understanding of Education Technology and its implications.
  • You have experience in working with the integration of Human Rights Education in the formal education setting within the curricula, textbooks, training of teachers etc.
  • You have experience in managing complex projects with diverse stakeholders and funders.
  • You have the capability both to work on your own initiative and as a member of a large and diverse team, often under pressure.
  • You have excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and French.

    About Us

    Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 7 million people who campaign for a world where human rights are enjoyed by all. We reach almost every country in the world and have:

  • more than 2 million members and supporters who drive forward our fight for rights
  • more than 5 million activists who strengthen our calls for justice

    Our aim is simple: an end to human rights abuses. Independent, international and influential, we campaign for justice, fairness, freedom and truth wherever they're denied.

    And whether we're applying pressure through powerful research or direct lobbying, mass demonstrations or online campaigning, we're all inspired by hope for a better world. One where human rights are respected and protected by everyone, everywhere.

    Amnesty International is committed to creating and sustaining a working environment in which everyone has an equal opportunity to fulfill their potential and we welcome applications from suitably qualified people from all sections of the community.

    How to apply:

    For more information and job application details, see; Regional Human Rights Education Project Manager

    Consultant Opportunity in Johannesburg, South Africa

    OSISA Terms of Reference


    The overall objective of this assignment is to facilitate the process of reviewing, together with staff, OSISA’s culture, power dynamics and the experiences of staff with the aim of helping the organization develop a new values aligned working culture and set of practices that will improve the health of organisational relationships and the quality of experience for staff.

    This pertains especially to women in the organization and the envisaged exercise will enable healthy, collaborative power and transformative leadership styles that enable effective power sharing in the organization towards full accountability and responsibility at all levels.


    The Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) is a growing African institution committed to deepening democracy, protecting human rights and enhancing good governance in the region.

    OSISA's vision is to promote and sustain the ideals, values, institutions and practices of open society, with the aim of establishing vibrant and tolerant southern African democracies in which people, free from material and other deprivation, understand their rights and responsibilities and participate actively in all spheres of life.

    Established in 1997, OSISA works in 10 southern Africa countries: Angola, Botswana, DRC, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe. OSISA works differently in each of these 10 countries, according to local conditions.

    OSISA is part of a network of autonomous Open Society Foundations, established by George Soros, located in Eastern and Central Europe, the former Soviet Union, Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Southeast Asia and the US.

    In its operations (internally and externally) OSISA aspires to “espouse the values and principles of integrity, diversity, equality, hard work, tolerance, excellence, respect and growth in its pursuit of open society ideals in Southern Africa.”[1] One major form of equality that the organisation has explicitly pursued is gender equality, given the hegemony of patriarchy in the region within which it operates.

    There has been a clear focus on promoting and protecting women’s rights, internally and externally.

    To this end, OSISA seeks the services of (an) experienced feminist organisational development practitioner(s) to unpack, explore and embed leadership models that allow for both women and men to thrive in OSISA.

    Scope of Work

    Under the direct supervision of the Women’s Rights Programme Manager and the Human Resources Unit, the consultant will lead OSISA staff in a process of unpacking and understanding the gendered gaps identified through previous assessments undertaken by OSISA.

    The organisation now seeks the services of a strong feminist organisational development practitioner/facilitator(s) to unpack and explore (together with the organisation) how we can embed feminist transformative leadership and change the experience of powerlessness especially among women staff.

    We envisage this process being a fully-fledged programme that will undertake a feminist analysis and exploration of (but not limited to) the following aspects, and to what extent they enable the embodiment of feminist values of equality, equity, respect and integrity:

  • Vision, mission and values
  • Theory of change
  • Key strategies
  • Organisational structure
  • Organisational culture
  • Systems, processes and procedures
  • Staffing policies, procedures and processes
  • Skills, capacities and competences

    The envisaged programme aims to achieve a number of objectives including (among others):

  • Assisting staff to understand gendered power dynamics and resultant behaviours for both male and female staff in the workspace;
  • Equipping staff with the skills to unpack the various forms of power (visible, hidden and invisible) as well as various expressions of power (power to, power with, power within, power over etc.) in leadership and in the work place;
  • Assisting staff understand the different realms in which power operates; and how this extends/manifests in the workplace;
  • Assisting the organisation to construct alternative models of power and inculcating an ethos of transformative power, leadership and principles across the organisation at individual and collective levels;
  • Enabling staff to understand and make the linkages between organisational structure, power and work towards more open, democratic and a safe work place.
  • Creating a culture of respect for women’s rights and women’s self and collective leadership;
  • Transforming the organisational structure, culture, power dynamics and the experience of staff, especially women in the organisation to enable healthy collaborative power and transformative leadership styles that enable effective power sharing.

    In light of the above, the consultant will be entrusted with the following deliverables:

    Deliverable 1

    A clear, comprehensive and systematic staff development programme that is transformative in design and objective, and is tailored to effectively respond to the challenges of women and men in OSISA Johannesburg, Angola and DRC offices, and across levels of leadership;

    Deliverable 2

    A clearly defined strategy to implement the proposed staff development programme; incorporating reflections on team/unit functioning in relation to gender dynamics; and a clear process that enables a commitment/code/ policies/ processes that ensure the organisation consciously integrates this work.

    Deliverable 3

    A clearly defined resourcing plan to guide the organisation in rolling out the programme;

    Deliverable 4

    Development of tools, resources and materials to accompany the programme;

    Deliverable 5

    Implementation of the programme

    Consultant Qualifications

  • Demonstrable and proven experience in organisational development;
  • Proven experience fostering feminist ethos and practice in organisations in the global South;
  • Sound knowledge and understanding of the politics and dynamics of the region
  • Knowledge of and appreciation of coaching experience would be an added advantage

    How to apply:

    Interested applicants are requested to submit their applications including:

  • A cover letter detailing their understanding of the scope of the assignment and a motivation,
  • Curriculum vitae, and
  • A portfolio of evidence

    By 5 October 2016 to the following email address: with the relevant vacancy title as the subject heading.

    Only shortlisted candidates will receive a response.

    Program Manager, Health Financing Job in Gauteng, South Africa

    Founded in 2002 by President William J. Clinton, the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) is a global health organization committed to strengthening integrated health systems around the world and expanding access to care and treatment for HIV/AIDS, malaria and other illnesses.

    Based on the premise that business oriented strategy can facilitate solutions to global health challenges, CHAI acts as a catalyst to mobilize new resources and optimize the impact of these resources to save lives, via improved organization of commodity markets and more effective local management.

    Unlike other implementers, CHAI does not operate stand-alone programs, nor does it build parallel health systems. Rather, CHAI works at the invitation and in support of governments.

    We focus on large-scale impact and have secured lower pricing agreements for treatment options in more than 70 countries, including cutting the costs of Viral Load laboratory tests by 50% in South Africa. CHAI's teams are working side-by-side with over 30 governments to tackle many of the largest barriers to effective health care.

    CHAI's health financing program is working with 10 governments to substantially and sustainably improve access to and utilization of essential health services for their populations. These governments are committed to increasing access, but face financial barriers to doing so.

    Financing for health is often insufficient, inefficiently spent and overly reliant on donor funding, which is not sustainable. Healthcare providers face stock-outs, ration services among patients and charge informal or formal user fees, which can act as a deterrent for patients, and particularly the poor, to seek care when needed.

    CHAI's approach includes working on a day to day basis with senior leadership and technical staff in Ministries of Health from the national to subnational level and at the facility level, in order to address financial barriers to access to health services.

    This includes supporting decisions to define health priorities, quantify resource gaps and secure resources for these priorities from donor and domestic sources, moving towards aid independence over time.

    In countries like Ethiopia and South Africa, CHAI is supporting roll-out of national health insurance. In countries like Malawi and Swaziland, CHAI is working with governments to improve how the available general revenue and donor resources are managed through existing financial management systems.

    CHAI is looking for a Program Manager with relevant experience in health financing, and ideally public financial management, to provide technical, strategic and management support to design and implementation of health financing programs in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, including Cameroon, Ethiopia, Malawi, Rwanda, Lesotho, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Myanmar.

    Please note that while the base location is flexible, this role will include up to 60-70% travel and will support multiple country locations in Africa and Asia.

    Placement is flexible per leadership approval with preference for CHAI program country in Southern and Eastern Africa.

    This is a challenging, fast-paced and rewarding position. The Program Manager will be part of a small global health financing team. He or she will work closely with in-country teams strengthening the ability of Ministries of Health to design and implement financial management and other health financing reforms.

    He or she will also contribute to shape CHAI's health financing strategy and emerging programs and priorities in areas such as health insurance and public financial management.

    Key responsibilities include the following:

  • Work with country teams to support partner governments on design and roll-out of health financing reforms and interventions to strengthen financial management;
  • Design and implement new tools and processes for improved budgeting or resource allocation and performance management, and support their institutionalization within governments;
  • Support country teams to undertake research and quantitative analyses and to present results to inform senior management decisions that improve efficiency, effectiveness, equity and sustainability of health financing;
  • Research methods used in the roll-out of health financing reforms in other countries and support adaptation of lessons to new contexts;
  • Collaborate and share work with global, regional and national stakeholders, through day to day work as well as presentations at key global fora;
  • Onboard, train and provide day to day troubleshooting support to CHAI staff in health financing, financial modeling and other areas as needed;
  • Provide strategic support to country program managers in work planning, monitoring and evaluation and management;
  • Support monitoring and evaluation across CHAI country programs, as well as reporting to donors;
  • Contribute to knowledge management activities internally and disseminate methods and lessons learned through internal and external materials including peer-reviewed publications;
  • Other responsibilities as requested by manager.

    Qualifications include the following:

  • A minimum of 5-7+ years of experience in a relevant field (e.g. financial management, health economics, health insurance) in the public or private sector with increasing responsibilities;
  • Advanced degree in health economics, public health, public policy, economics or other relevant disciplines preferred; or Bachelor's degree with exceptional experience.
  • Experience working in developing countries and with governments an advantage;
  • Project management experience, including program design and execution as well as monitoring and evaluation;
  • Strong strategic and problem solving skills, including excellent analytical and quantitative skills;
  • Strong writer, facilitator and oral communicator able to explain complex concepts to a variety of audiences;
  • Ability to work independently, self-motivate and propose new initiatives;
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and quickly adapt to changing priorities;
  • Full proficiency of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint;
  • Strong interpersonal skills and proven ability to build relationships in a multicultural environment; and
  • English language fluency.

    How to apply:

    For more information and job application details, see; Program Manager, Health Financing

    Programme Specialist (Partnerships) Job in Pretoria, South Africa

    Duty Station : Pretoria, South Africa

    Classification : Professional Staff, Grade P3

    Type of Appointment : Fixed term, one year with possibility of extension

    Estimated Start Date : As soon as possible

    Established in 1951, IOM is the leading inter-governmental organization in the field of migration and works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and non-governmental partners. IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all. It does so by providing services and advice to governments and migrants.

    IOM is committed to a diverse and inclusive environment. Applications from qualified female candidates are especially encouraged. For the purpose of the vacancy, the following candidates are considered as first-tier candidates:

    1. Internal candidates

    2. Qualified applicants from the following NMS countries:

    Antigua and Barbuda, Benin, Bahamas, Botswana, Belize, Cabo Verde, Czech Republic, Djibouti, Micronesia (Federated States of), Gabon, Gambia, Guyana, Iceland, Cambodia, Comoros, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Libya, Montenegro, Marshall Islands, Mongolia, Maldives, Namibia, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Seychelles, Suriname, El Salvador, Swaziland, Timor-Leste, United Republic of Tanzania, Holy See, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of), Vanuatu, Samoa


    Building on nearly ten years of experience in East and southern Africa, in 2014, IOM Pretoria commenced implementation of the second phase of the 4-year bi-regional programme, Partnership on Health and Mobility in East and Southern Africa (PHAMESA II) with financial support from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA).

    PHAMESA II’s overall objective is to contribute to improved standards of physical, mental, and social wellbeing of migrants and migration-affected populations in East and Southern Africa, enabling them to substantially contribute towards the social and economic development of their communities. This will be achieved through four interrelated outcomes:

    • Outcome 1: Improved monitoring of migrants health to inform policy and practices;

    • Outcome 2: Policies and legislations make provisions for the health needs and rights of migrants and migration affected communities in line with international, regional and national commitments;

    • Outcome 3: Migrants and migration affected communities have access and use

    Migrant-Sensitive Health Services in countries of origin, transit and destination;

    • Outcome 4: Strengthened multi-country/ sectoral partnerships and networks for effective and sustainable response to migration and health challenges in East and Southern Africa.

    Under the direct supervision of the Regional Programme Manager for PHAMESA II, the successful candidate will support the implementation of outcomes 2 and 4 as they relate to policy development and partnership strengthening. The geographic scope of the work will primarily focus on Southern Africa, but will, on occasion also cover East Africa.

    Core Functions / Responsibilities:

    Serve as the team leader for Outcome 4 of PHAMESA II. Facilitate advocacy and regional Coordination activities for the mining sector interventions in Southern Africa. Specific duties will include, but not be limited to, the following:

    • Providing technical assistance to and attending forums and meetings with key stakeholders, such as regional economic communities (e.g. SADC, COMESA, IOC), governments, UN partners and regional NGOs and CSOs;

    • Providing support to the organization of donor coordination meetings, regional partnership forums, and other regional workshops/meetings;

    • Conducting technical presentations on IOM’s migration health projects and programmes; and

    • Developing and finalizing budget and work plans for the PHAMESA II Partnership Outcome.

  • Provide support and technical guidance in implementation of activities related to policy development and partnerships to migration health country coordinators/focal points in IOM offices.
  • Serve as the country desk officer for several Southern African countries. Support coordination of technical support, work planning, and reporting requirements.
  • Undertake regular duty travel, as necessary to attend relevant meetings, maintain initiatives within the framework of the migration health programme, and monitor project implementation.
  • Assist with the recruitment of and delivery of outcomes by consultants and service providers as necessary.
  • Facilitate project proposals and participate in fundraising activities, in particular for multi-country or regional projects.
  • Represent the Organization at national and international conferences and meetings.
  • Perform such other duties as may be assigned. Required Qualifications and Experience:


    • University degree in Medicine from an accredited academic institution with at least seven years of professional experience; or

    • University degree in Medicine from an accredited academic institution plus Master’s Degree in Public Health, Health Sciences Medical Specialization in Infectious Diseases, Tropical Medicine or other related fields from an accredited academic institution with five years of relevant professional experience.


    • Experience in the field of development in the areas of migration health including HIV, TB, population mobility and migration;

    • Operational experience and understanding of regional migration issues in Southern Africa;

    • Sound experience in working with regional organisations, international organisations, and governmental entities;

    • Proven capacity and strategic vision to develop, implement and coordinate migration health programmes;

    • Able to respond to project development opportunities;

    • Excellent communication and negotiation skills;

    • Demonstrated skills in writing, editing and reporting.


    Fluency in English is required. Working knowledge of Portuguese and French is an advantage.

    Desirable Competencies:


    • Accountability – takes responsibility for action and manages constructive criticisms;

    • Client Orientation – works effectively well with client and stakeholders;

    • Continuous Learning – promotes continuous learning for self and others;

    • Communication – listens and communicates clearly, adapting delivery to the audience;

    • Creativity and Initiative – actively seeks new ways of improving programmes or services;

    • Leadership and Negotiation – develops effective partnerships with internal and external stakeholders;

    • Performance Management – identify ways and implement actions to improve performance of self and others;

    • Planning and Organizing - plans work, anticipates risks, and sets goals within area of responsibility;

    • Professionalism - displays mastery of subject matter;

    • Teamwork – contributes to a collegial team environment; incorporates gender related needs, perspectives, concerns and promotes equal gender participation;

    • Technological Awareness - displays awareness of relevant technological solutions;

    • Resource Mobilization - works with internal and external stakeholders to meet resource needs of IOM.


  • Internationally recruited professional staff are required to be mobile.
  • Any offer made to the candidate in relation to this vacancy notice is subject to funding confirmation.
  • Appointment will be subject to certification that the candidate is medically fit for appointment, accreditation, any residency or visa requirements, and security clearances.

    How to apply:

    Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications via PRISM, IOM e-Recruitment system, by 06 October 2016 at the latest, referring to this advertisement. For further information, please refer to:Programme Specialist (Partnerships)

    In order for an application to be considered valid, IOM only accepts online profiles duly completed.

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. You can track the progress of your application on your personal application page in the IOM e-recruitment system.

    Regional Humanitarian Food Security & Livelihoods Adviser Job in South Africa

    Salary:£30,075 - £37,500 pa

    East and Southern Africa Region – Preferably Nairobi but other locations might be considered

    Fixed Term Contract for 12 months (subject to extension)

    We are looking for a committed and experienced specialist to join us as Regional Humanitarian Food Security & Livelihoods Adviser, providing technical leadership and expertise to country offices in support of responses.

    You will ensure the delivery of timely, high quality and accountable humanitarian responses in the region. Save the Children believes every child deserves a future. In the UK and around the world, we work every day to give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm.

    When crisis strikes, and children are most vulnerable, we are always among the first to respond and the last to leave. We ensure children’s unique needs are met and their voices are heard.

    We deliver lasting results for millions of children, including those hardest to reach.

    As the Regional Humanitarian FSL Adviser you will be a member of the humanitarian technical team, analyzing forecasts across the Region, assessing their potential impact on children and their families, collaborating on response analysis and delivery in collaboration with the other humanitarian advisors and the regional and in-country staffs.

    You will:

  • Analyse trends and their potential impacts
  • Lead on or support country offices/field offices to develop preparedness planning in line with government planning and policy
  • Determine where there is a need for primary information collection and lead on the information gathering when needed
  • Ensure that the humanitarian FSL response plans and programmes are well designed, are coordinated with other agencies, are integrated with other Save the Children sectors, programmes and services in place to achieve comprehensive outcomes for children in the short and longer terms
  • Provide ongoing technical advice and support to the FSL responses in the Region Train and transfer skills to regional and in-country level staff, allowing them to undertake research, data collection analysis and report production. Also ensure that they are informed of new FSL approaches, including cash and markets, use of new technologies and approaches.
  • To be successful you will have significant experience and a track record of success in planning and delivering high quality humanitarian FSL programmes along with extensive experience of early warning systems and contingency planning processes. You will have the ability to operate independently with minimal support and the ability to work effectively across teams and departments. In addition you will have:

  • Experience of strategic development and implementation (preferably at an organisational level)
  • Highly developed technical writing skills – both at a programmatic level (assessment reports, proposals) and at policy level (policy papers, guidance notes)
  • Strong ability to analyse complex information and develop appropriate recommendations
  • Awareness of the Household Economy Analytical (HEA) framework and how it relates to the Food Security Phase Classification (IPC).
  • You must also have the ability and willingness to travel at short notice, occasionally to remote and insecure locations of the East and Southern Africa Region for up to 50% of work time.

    At Save the Children we are committed to the safeguarding and protection of children in our work. We will do everything possible to ensure that only those who are suitable to work with children are recruited to work for us.

    This post is subject to a range of vetting checks including a criminal records disclosure.

    Our mission is to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.

    If you share our mission, are passionate about making it happen and strongly believe you can contribute then join us and we'll give you every opportunity to succeed. We look forward to hearing from you.

    Closing date: 07 October 2016

    How to apply:

    To apply please visit our website, link below:Regional Humanitarian Food Security & Livelihoods Advisor

    Pact Jobs in South Africa

    1. Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning Advisor

    Pact Overview

    At the heart of Pact is the promise of a better tomorrow. The promise of a healthy life. Of a decent livelihood. Of sustainable natural resources that benefit communities.

    Pact is helping millions of people who are poor and marginalized discover and build their own solutions and take ownership over their future.

    Pact enables systemic solutions that allow those who are poor and marginalized to earn a dignified living, be healthy, and take part in the benefits that nature provides. Pact accomplishes this by strengthening local capacity, forging effective governance systems, and transforming markets into a force for development.

    Department Overview

    Pact seeks a Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) Advisor for the anticipated Key Populations Investment Fund (KPIF) for the Office of the US Global AIDS Coordinator and Global Health Diplomacy (S/GAC).

    The KPIF has been established to support the scale up of key population (KP)-led community approaches to enhance and expand quality HIV/AIDS services for key populations.

    KPIF ultimately seeks to create quality service delivery that leads to increased HIV testing, improved linkage to HIV prevention and treatment services, and viral load suppression to mitigate the HIV epidemic amongst those populations.

    Position Purpose

    The MERL Advisor will oversee the program MERL systems to track performance of the sub-awardees as well as monitor capacity development activities. The MERL Advisor will work under the leadership of the Program Director to develop the Monitoring and Evaluation Plan (MEP), data collection tools and monitoring system, oversee data entry and analysis of routine data, collaborate with relevant team members to conduct program evaluations and assessments, and develop and implement a robust learning agenda.

    Further, the MERL Advisor will track program delivery against targets, and will be responsible for effective communication of data by ensuring data are analyzed, synthesized and appropriately presented to team members for program use and reporting. This position is contingent upon award.

    Key Responsibilities

  • Lead the development of standardized monitoring tools and procedures for the program.
  • Liaise with sub-awardees, donors, and other stakeholders about program performance data and lessons learned, in coordination with the Program Director.
  • Ensure that all awardees understand the program’s MERL requirements and collect and report on high quality data, working closely with other relevant team members.
  • Work with M&E staff from the sub-awardee organizations to design monitoring and research systems for their award.
  • Develop and implement the program’s learning agenda
  • Establish and maintain case study database.
  • Provide staff training and capacity building on MERL as required.

    Basic Requirements

  • Master’s degree in public health, international development, M&E, informatics, demography or a related field.
  • Minimum of five years’ progressively responsible experience in monitoring, evaluation, research and learning for international development projects.
  • Experience in one or more of the OGAC priority countries in Eastern, Western or Southern Africa.
  • Experience with US Government reporting requirements.
  • Oral and written fluency in English, including strong writing and presentation skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Experience with qualitative and quantitative data collection, management, and analysis (including software) and database management for multiple projects.
  • Ability to travel up to 30 percent.

    Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience working in diverse country contexts.
  • Previous experience in managing or implementing M&E systems for key population programs.
  • Experience training on MERL principles and practices.
  • Experience in quantitative and qualitative assessments and evaluations and IRB standards

    How to apply:

    For more information and job application details, see; Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning Advisor

    2. Health Advisor

    Department Overview

    Pact seeks a Health Advisor for the anticipated Key Populations Investment Fund (KPIF) for the Office of the US Global AIDS Coordinator and Global Health Diplomacy (S/GAC).

    The KPIF has been established in order to support the scale up of key population (KP)-led community approaches to enhance and expand quality HIV/AIDS services for key populations.

    KPIF ultimately seeks to create quality service delivery that leads to increased HIV testing, improved linkage to HIV prevention and treatment services, and viral load suppression to mitigate the HIV epidemic amongst those populations.

    Position Purpose

    As a member of the central technical team, the Health Advisor will provide overall technical leadership in health programming with a special focus on strengthening health and social systems for key populations.

    S/he will support technical work and advance program quality for HIV/AIDS programs supporting Key Populations through community and clinic-based approaches, systems strengthening and policy reform and will support the integration of programs to ensure maximum impact for program participants. This position is contingent upon award.

    Key Responsibilities

  • Provide technical leadership, technical assistance and capacity building in the provision of services to key populations and overall performance improvement of partner organizations’ health systems.
  • Support program teams to advance policies, strategies, and activities aimed at increasing demand for, access to, and uptake of health services by key populations.
  • Support programs to develop evidence-based best practices in community service delivery and - when appropriate - national and sub-national level policy in this area.
  • Strengthen integration and quality of service delivery with community-based services for key populations.
  • Work with the central technical team to document and disseminate best practices and capture key lessons learned.
  • Monitor implementation and quality of technical health activities serving key populations.
  • Work with program teams to develop and implement capacity building exercises for local civil society and government partners to improve their work and performance serving key populations.

    Basic Requirements

  • Minimum of a Master’s Degree in public health or social sciences, or a related degree relevant to the field of public health.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • At least ten years demonstrated experience in at least three of the following areas: health policy development and operationalization for Key Populations; capacity building among local organizations and/or host country government at various levels on provision of services for Key Populations; health workforce and professional leadership development specifically to work with Key Populations; program design, program implementation, and monitoring and evaluation of programs supporting Key Populations; or development of technical proposals in international settings targeting Key Populations.
  • Experience implementing programs supporting access to quality health and social services for key populations.
  • Experience in one or more of the OGAC priority countries in Eastern, Western or Southern Africa.
  • Relevant computer software skills (including, at a minimum, the standard applications in MS Office).
  • Ability to travel up to 40 percent.

    Preferred Qualifications

  • Ability to work independently and manage a high volume work flow.
  • Experience working with mobile technology and/or central data system management.
  • Demonstrated ability to create and maintain effective working relations with Health team members, country office staff and in-country Ministry personnel, local partners, and donors.

    How to apply:

    For more information and job application details, see; Health Advisor

    3. Program Director, Key Populations Investment Fund

    Department Overview

    Pact seeks a Program Director for the anticipated Key Populations Investment Fund (KPIF) for the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator and Global Health Diplomacy (OGAC).

    The KPIF has been established to support the scale up of key population (KP)-led community approaches to enhance and expand quality HIV/AIDS services for key populations.

    KPIF ultimately seeks to create quality service delivery that leads to increased HIV testing, improved linkage to HIV prevention and treatment services, and viral load suppression to mitigate the HIV epidemic among these populations.

    Position Purpose

    The Program Director will provide overall leadership, management and guidance for implementation of the KPIF mechanism.

    S/he will be responsible for the overall aspects of program implementation and performance, both technical and managerial.

    S/he will work closely with OGAC and KPIF partners to achieve the project’s vision and strategy, manage critical relationships with other key stakeholders to maximize synergy and collaboration, and ensure the meaningful participation of KPs in the delivery of a high quality program. This position is contingent upon award.

    Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Primary relationship manager and liaison with OGAC, including responding to information requests and overall reporting on the KPIF mechanism.
  • Provide technical oversight of the program and individual activities to ensure adherence to evidence-based interventions and best practices.
  • Coordinate with project partners and key stakeholders, including with the US government, at the country level, and within Pact, in all aspects of project planning, monitoring, and implementation.
  • Provide leadership and direction for the KPIF project team, including program management, grants management, and monitoring and evaluation staff.
  • Lead planning, quality assurance and supervision of program monitoring, evaluating, and reporting, ensuring rapid roll-out and supervision of activities at central and country levels.
  • Oversee financial management and procurement, including delivery, management, and monitoring of sub-grants to local KP-focused community-based organizations.
  • Ensure that sub-grantees receive the organizational and technical capacity development needed to successfully complete their grant-funded activities.
  • Monitor performance of KPIF sub-grants and make recommendations to OGAC regarding scale-up potential.
  • Ensure compliance with and implementation of all donor-related, Pact, and project specific policies.
  • Provide effective performance management, mentoring, and coaching for project staff under his/her direct supervision.
  • Frequent international travel to KPIF countries.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Required Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Public Health, International Development, Development Policy or related field.
  • At least 10 years’ experience managing US government-funded health project projects focused on HIV and AIDS programming, preferably in Sub-Saharan Africa and with substantial experience working with key population groups.
  • Proven experience implementing high-volume sub-granting programs in Sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Demonstrated experience providing capacity development assistance in one or more of the following areas: HIV prevention, care and treatment for key populations; services delivery and demand creation with key populations; gender; stigma reduction and advocacy for key populations; financial management; budget planning; strategic management support; communications support.
  • Proven experience implementing KP-focused programs and working with KP-oriented community-based organizations.
  • Demonstrated experience with similarly complex projects involving coordination with multiple programs and partner institutions, including delivering at pace and managing demands from multiple stakeholders.
  • Financial and operational management skills, including managing and supervising teams.
  • Excellent communication and relationship management skills.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of US government policies, procedures and regulations.
  • Oral and written fluency in English.
  • Ability to travel within country or regionally and internationally, as necessary.

    Preferred Qualifications

  • Doctorate degree strongly preferred.
  • Previous experience working directly with OGAC/PEPFAR
  • Identification as a member of a key population (men who have sex with men, transgender, or sex worker)

    How to apply:

    For more information and job application details, see; Program Director, Key Populations Investment Fund

    4. Capacity Development Advisor Position Purpose

    The Capacity Development Advisor is responsible for supporting the organizational and technical capacities of KPIF subawardees.

    The Advisor is required to work closely with the Deputy Director to ensure that regular monitoring and mentoring takes place with each grantee.

    The Advisor will also regular liaise with partners to ensure that they are completing assignments against quality standards and to the satisfactory of the subgrantees.

    Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supports the development of a subgranting strategy, identification of subgrantees, and facilitation of pre-award risk assessments of subgrantees
  • Completes capacity and performance assessments of grantees, and supports the development of Institutional Strengthening Plans for each grantee.
  • Identifies partner training needs, identifies trainers, and supports the development of curriculum for all training.
  • Identifies opportunities for South 2 South exchanges between partners and other high performing KP organizations and facilitates the exchanges.
  • Identified opportunities for partner mentoring needs, and provides mentoring on a range of organizational development topics.
  • Regularly collects, analyzes and reports on capacity development data.
  • Provide effective performance management, mentoring, and coaching for staff under his/her direct supervision.
  • Frequent international travel within the Southern Africa region.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health, International Development, Development Policy or related field..
  • At least 8 years’ experience managing US government-funded health project projects focused on HIV programming with Key Populations, preferably transgender populations.
  • In-country implementation experience in South Africa, preference for additional experience in Namibia, Lesotho, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and/or Swaziland.
  • Demonstrated experience providing capacity development assistance in one or more of the following areas: expanding demand for and access to quality, effective HIV prevention, care, and treatment services for key populations; addressing structural barriers that inhibit access to and the effectiveness of HIV services, including legal, law enforcement, policy, economic, and educational barriers; systematic and rigorous action to respond to, mitigate, and monitor stigma, discrimination, and violence at individual, community, and national levels; promoting the human rights of and social justice for all persons, without distinction; and/or supporting the collection and analysis of epidemiologic data on key populations and sub-populations.
  • Excellent grasp of participatory capacity development methodologies.
  • Excellent facilitation and training skills in a variety of health and organizational development topics.
  • Excellent communication and relationship management skills.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of US government policies, procedures and regulations.
  • Oral and written fluency in English.

    Preferred Qualifications

  • Masters’ Degree strongly preferred.
  • Identification as a member of a key population (men who have sex with men, transgender, or sex worker)
  • Previous experience in managing or implementing challenge or innovation funds.
  • Previous experience working directly with OGAC.

    How to apply:

    For more information and job application details, see; Capacity Development Advisor

    5. Deputy Director, Funds Management, Key Populations Invest Fund

    Position Purpose

    The Deputy Director, Funds Management will be responsible for all aspects of the grant management process and financial oversight of grants.

    S/he will play an important role in coordination with other members of the project team in provision of capacity development services to the grantees, as needed.

    S/he will be responsible for interpretation and support in compliance with funder rules and regulations and Pact’s policies.

    In addition, the Deputy Director will have overarching responsibility for financial management of the award, working in collaboration with the project’s finance and administration team.

    Key Responsibilities

    Subaward Administration

  • Develop subgrant award documents compliant with donor requirements and Pact standard templates and work closely with Pact HQ Agreement Management team to execute quality subawards.
  • Oversee, and administer as needed, the subaward management activities including pre-award assessments, negotiation, financial management, modifications, and closeout.
  • Recommend capacity building of grantees and/or special award conditions based on pre-award assessments and performance reports. Monitor implementation of special award conditions.
  • Work with members of the KPIF team to assess, monitor, and manage subgrantee risk at regular intervals.
  • Select the appropriate type of grant agreement to the sub-grantee based on preaward assessment and other applicable factors, and ensure proper negotiation of the terms and conditions with the sub-grantees.
  • Assist Project Director with obtaining approval of subgrantee budgets, Statement of Work, and any modifications thereto by the DOS Grants Officer.
  • Utilize Pact’s subaward management system (Salesforce) and accounting system (Serenic NAV) for subaward issuance, management, and reporting. Ensure that all required documentation is available and stored as per Pact regulations.
  • Oversee budget management of projects’ subgrant pool. Work closely with the Finance Officer to ensure accurate and timely disbursement of advances and liquidation of subaward expenses.
  • Ensure timely training of grantees and Pact staff to understand and comply fully with donor standards. Lead or coordinate with in-country staff, kick off meetings with grantees to review terms of the subaward. Develop training materials and carry out regular trainings of grantee partners.
  • Review Annual Audited Accounts from all fund recipients and verify that OGAC funds were expended in accordance with the agreed terms of the grant.
  • Ensure that office systems for grants and contracts administration are maintained and that regular reports and on demand reports are provided within Pact and to Funder as requested.
  • Support closeout of awards, including preparation of final inventories, property disposition, etc.
  • Provide effective performance management, mentoring, and coaching for staff under his/her direct supervision.
  • Provide capacity building support to grantees to prepare them to take on additional and in some cases direct USG funding, as well as other donors funds.
  • Capacity building may include training, mentoring and South to South exchanges focused on USG rules and regulations, financial accounting, financial reporting, managing prime and subawardees and other grants and financial management focused topics.

    Other Responsibilities

  • Provide financial and administrative oversight to the KPIF award, including ensuring compliance with all US government requirements.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • At least 5 years of progressively responsible grants management experience.
  • Experience managing subaward design and administration.
  • Experience providing financial oversight to US government funded awards.
  • Knowledge of Department of State rules and regulations as related to grants and 2 CFR 200 and 2 CFR 600.
  • Experience assessing the responsibility and grant-worthiness of organizations through financial statements, audits, and other documentation presented in a proposal or in support of an award.
  • Strong understanding of budgets and financial reporting.
  • Strong interpersonal, team building, planning and time management skills.
  • Facilitation and presentation skills, including the ability to present to small and large audiences.
  • Ability to multitask with ease, adapting to frequently changing priorities, and able to problem-solve.
  • Good negotiating and conflict resolution skills.
  • Oral and written fluency in English.

    Preferred Qualifications

  • Identification as a member of a key population (men who have sex with men, transgender, or sex worker).
  • Salesforce and Serenic NAV administration skills highly desirable.
  • Previous experience in managing or implementing challenge or innovation funds.

    How to apply:

    For more information and job application details, see; Deputy Director, Funds Management, Key Populations Invest Fund

    Professor / Associate Professor In Statistics

    Job from University of the Western Cape Closing date: 30 Sep 2016

    The Statistics and Population Studies Department at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) is part of the Faculty of Natural Science The Department specializes in the following two areas: Statistics and Population Studies / Demography.

    Joint programmes in Computational Finance are offered in conjunction with the Department of Mathematics and the School of Business and Finance. The Statistics and Population Studies Department offers programmes up to the level of PhD. The successful candidate will be responsible for the following key responsibility areas:

    Key Performance Areas

    • Assist with the mentoring of younger and less experienced staff members

    • Actively contribute to departmental management

    • Contribute to the continuous development and renewal of existing programmes

    • Teaching undergraduate and postgraduate modules, including supervision of postgraduate students

    • Research and publications

    • Community engagement

    Minimum Requirements

    • A PhD in Statistics or Mathematical Statistics or related qualification

    • Proven expertise in complex statistical techniques

    • Strong experience in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate modules (including large classes)

    • Proven experience in successfully supervising postgraduate students up to doctoral level

    • Strong track record of research with high level publications

    • Fundraising, and national/international collaboration

    • Advanced knowledge and expertise in conducting data analysis in statistical packages as SAS and Open source statistical software packages.

    For further information about this position, please contact Prof Nancy Stiegler on (0)21 959 3038 or on email at

    Closing date for applications: 30 September 2016

    Disclaimer: Screening of applications is in progress and will continue until the position is filled.

    In line with the University's commitment to diversifying its workforce, preference will be given to suitably qualified applicants in line with employment targets of the university. The University reserves the right not make an appointment or make an appointment at a different level and seek additional candidates. :

    How to apply:

    In your application, you are encouraged to highlight your strengths and also include anything else that you feel may be pertinent to the selection panel by following our online application process at Please include your cover letter and detailed curriculum vitae to your online profile.

    Country Program Leader, South Africa

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    Applicants: Please submit your CV and cover letter in English. Thank you!

    PATH is an international organization that drives transformative innovation to save lives and improve health, especially among women and children. We accelerate innovation across five platforms—vaccines, drugs, diagnostics, devices, and system and service innovations—that harness our entrepreneurial insight, scientific and public health expertise, and passion for health equity.

    By mobilizing partners around the world, we take innovation to scale, working alongside countries primarily in Africa and Asia to tackle their greatest health needs. Together, we deliver measurable results that disrupt the cycle of poor health. Learn more:

    In 2005, PATH established a program in South Africa with the goal of making a significant contribution to the health and development of the country. Our program now has offices in Vanderbijlpark, Witbank, Empangeni, Kuruman and Johannesburg.

    Our projects in South Africa address a host of health needs, however, our primary focus is on improving maternal health, enhancing infant and young child health, strengthening health systems, supporting improved sanitation, and preventing and treating HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis. To learn more about PATH's work in South Africa PATH South Africa Program

    We are also working with product development partners in South Africa on development and introduction of sustainable, innovative, low cost medical devices, tools, diagnostics, digital health, and health platform technologies through development of a South African innovation hub.

    The innovation hub is an effective engine for accelerating access to promising health technologies through innovators. Learn more at Innovation Hub

    The Country Program Leader represents PATH in South Africa and leads the organization in country. The Country Program Leader mobilizes PATH's technical, programmatic and operational expertise to meet country needs.

    S/he is responsible for developing and implementing PATH’s organizational strategy to better harness strengths across the organization to maximize our impact and value at country level.

    This will be accomplished through strong leadership to ensure programs are executed with the highest quality, have a sustainable program design, and that donors’ investments through PATH demonstrate value for money.

    The Country Program Leader is responsible for business development to enable a diversified and sustainable portfolio and for quality execution of solutions and projects across all of PATH’s platforms. S/he will also develop and nurture partnerships and evidence development to ensure local to global impact wherever possible.

    The Country Program Leader will represent PATH locally and internationally and elevate our standing as the leading NGO in global health innovation, especially in the development and commercialization of devices, diagnostics, drugs, vaccines and program services.

    Other strategic objectives for PATH in South Africa include improved health outcomes for women and children, strengthen implementation science around selected integrated HIV/TB prevention, treatment, care and support interventions, access, use and acceptance of sexual and reproductive health services, strengthening health information systems in country, as well as contribute to the prevention and management of non-communicable diseases.

    The Country Program Leader is based in Johannesburg, South Africa and will report to PATH's Vice President of International Programs located in Seattle, Washington U.S.A.

    Required Skills

  • Track record of creating and leading high-performing and adaptable teams across cultures and geographies and mentoring global health professionals at different career stages.
  • Proven ability to conceptualize and design projects from proposal development and fundraising strategies to program delivery and monitoring and evaluation.
  • Knowledge of global health trends and demonstrated breakthrough thinking on the South African context.
  • Proven ability to develop business and organizational vision by implementing a strategic roadmap.
  • Track record of successful networking and effectively interacting with donors, collaborating agencies, including private, public, government and non-profit entities.
  • Demonstrated acumen in financial accountability, administration, and operations.
  • Demonstrated executive maturity, confidence, ability to enable cross-boundary collaboration and organizational agility.
  • Reputation as a flexible team player with ability to forge alignment in a matrix organization and effectively collaborate with headquarters from a field office.
  • Ability to effectively scope problems, anticipate and pre-empt emerging issues and make decisions with conviction even in highly ambiguous contexts.
  • Fluent in English with excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Willing to travel internationally and domestically up to 15%. Required Experience
  • Advanced degree in public health, medicine, business or related field, and a minimum of 10 years of experience that includes advanced technical competency in one or more of the following areas: maternal child health and nutrition; HIV/TB; non-communicable diseases; sexual and reproductive health and rights; technology innovations.

    Also required is experience successfully identifying and developing private/public partnerships focused on product development and marketing health technologies to achieve technology transfer. A combination of education and experience will be considered.

    PATH is dedicated to diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.

    PATH is an equal opportunity employer. Every qualified applicant will be considered for employment. PATH does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or orientation, genetic information, age, national origin, marital status, disability status, political ideology, military or protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

    Job Location

    Johannesburg, , South Africa

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    South Africa, Johannesburg

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