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IntraHealth Project Director Career Opportunity in Juba, Southern Sudan

IntraHealth International believes in a world where all people have an equal opportunity for health and well being.

We have served the public health needs of developing countries for almost 30 years. We have worked in more than 50 countries, with the support of the US government, foundations, corporations and individuals.

IntraHealth International supports health workers to succeed, improve policies and systems for a strong workforce, and extend health services to meet communities’ needs.

Project Director - Juba, Southern Sudan

The successful candidate will oversee and manage IntraHealth’s work with the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA), Ministry of Health (MOH), the Southern Sudan AIDS Commission (SSAC), sub-guarantees, and other stakeholders, to create and implement a broad range of HIV activities focusing on I-IIV prevention, treatment, care and support.

S/he will also support HIV/AIDS policy development and contribute to the organizational development of the SPLA HIV/AIDS Secretariat. This will involve liaising with the SPLA HIV/AIDS Secretariat, the MOH, SSAC, stakeholders, and donors locally and externally.

Reporting to the Senior Program Manager based in Chapel Hill, NC, USA, the successful candidate will assume overall technical and managerial responsibility for program implementation with travel in Southern Sudan and internationally up to 50% of the time.

Qualifications and experience
  • Masters degree in public/international health, public administration, social sciences, development, health or related discipline.
  • At least 6 years working experience in HIV/AIDS program implementation in low resource settings
  • Demonstrated success in a managerial role of a comparable program, managing professional and financial resources on a similar scale preferred.
  • Ability to interact productively and proactively with military officials, MOH and SSAC officials, CDC and other donors, sub grantee partners and civil society organizations.
  • Self-starter with competence to assess priorities and manage variety of complex activities in a time
  • Flexibility and ability to perform in a difficult physical and resource-poor environment.
  • Computer literacy in Word, Excel, Power Point.
  • Experience delivering HIV/AIDS-related trainings and intervention programs.
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills (both oral & written)
  • Familiarity with US CDC operating protocols and procedures
This is an unaccompanied post, meaning that family members cannot accompany the incumbent.

Please state your salary expectations along with your application.

If your background, experience and competencies match the above specifications, please apply for consideration by visiting

lntraHealth International, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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