Manages and coordinates business development efforts and staff to align with strategic goals for the company; provides technical support with writing, reviewing, proofing and editing technical proposals for consideration.
Support development of landscape analysis and data gathering in countries and areas of strategic growth, as assigned; works closely with assigned teams to ensure activities are implemented according to standard operating procedures.
The Gender Advisor in the Technical Support Division in GHPN will provide high quality gender technical assistance in proposals and projects in health, with a focus on HIV prevention, care and treatment, orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) care and support and non-communicable diseases (NCDs).
Designs the plan for day-to-day operations of multiple clinical trials, including trial start-up, conduct, and closeout activities; develops clinical operational plans, incorporating the study and scientific plan.
Identify, build and cultivate long term relationships with a range of potential program partners and stakeholders, including but not limited to multinational executives, state and local government officials, and foundation, social enterprise and influential civic leaders.
Provides scientific leadership for designing, implementing, and managing health economics research studies; provides technical assistance to disease-focused public health programs to strengthen the financing component of the health system.
Direct and monitor implementation of activities within the work plan, ensuring that activities are performed to a high professional standard, effectively implemented and fulfill donor and the organization's requirements.
Lead the development of M&E guidance for IPs in the form of technical briefs, tool kits, user manuals, lessons learned, and M&E theory and practice; provide vision, guidance and supervision to a team of M&E specialists, as needed.
Set up and adjust as needed all administrative, financial, procurement, HR and other operational systems and processes, and organize appropriate training and orientation on policies and systems for staff at the time of hire and on an on-going basis.
Applies a thorough knowledge of financial management, investment capital, risk analysis, debt management, and investment analysis, legal and regulatory compliance pertaining to the respective industry.
Review solicitations and resulting awards to look for recurrent items of a contractual nature in the bidding and negotiation process; develop best practices for representing organizational needs in those processes.
Responsible for interpreting, analyzing and/or evaluating data to monitor risks and ensure compliance to internal and external policies and regulations, applicable state and federal statutes, and uses Generally Accepted Accounting Procedures (GAAP).
Prepare regular pipeline reports, financial analysis, and donor financial reports for assigned awards and grants; review and approve financial transactions in line with approved budgets and in compliance with organizational policies and procedures, and donor requirements.
Leads the ME&L design and implementation processes of the civil society portfolio focusing on the SCS projects to achieve strategic technical goals; directs and guides managers, and staff with training and developing process improvement initiatives to ensure high technical standards are met and exceeded.
Design, conduct, and/or contribute to all aspects of quantitative and qualitative research and evaluation methodologies including: drafting plans, developing instruments, developing recruitment strategies, recruiting participants, collecting data, analyzing data, and reporting and presenting on findings.
Scopes, designs, develops and facilitates organizational-wide professional development courses and learning interventions. Identifies patterns or trends within the organization to conceptualize, develop, and deliver learning programs that fulfill the needs of employees.