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NGO Jobs in S. Sudan – Jhpiego (6 positions)


Jhpiego, an affiliate of Johns Hopkins University is recruiting for an upcoming USAID health service delivery program in South Sudan’s Central and Western Equatorial 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:

Chief of Party

The Chief of Party will provide programmatic and technical leadership for proposed USAID funded service delivery project including directing program resources for timely and cost-effective implementation of program activities, maintaining collaborative partnerships with project partners and country stakeholders, project reporting and managing the donor relationship.

Finance and Administration Manager


The Finance and Administration Manager will provide leadership in overseeing the financial and contractual aspects of the project including accurate financial, contractual and administrative reporting, grants management, and ensuring compliance with USAID and Jhpiego rules and regulations.

Technical Director

The Technical Director will provide technical and program support in the areas of MNCH/FP, malaria, HIV/AIDS, water and sanitation and nutrition. S/he will ensure the technical and methodological soundness of activities, lead in implementation of integrated health activities utilizing and contributing to cross-cutting approaches.

Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor


The M&E Advisor will manage all M&E related activities. S/he will lead in designing, implementing and supervising program monitoring, evaluation and operations research activities, as well as document and disseminate program successes and challenges.

Project Managers 


(2 Positions)

The Project Managers will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of program. They will ensure timely and cost-effective project implementation, reporting of activity results and will be responsible for project deliverables. The positions will be based out of the project’s offices in Juba and the satellite office in Western Equatoria State, respectively.

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.

All candidates must be willing to relocate to South Sudan for the entirety of the 5-year project.

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