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JOB OPPORTUNITIES - Issue 207, 12 November 2004


1. Chief of Party, FHI Zambia

Family Health International (FHI) is seeking qualified candidates for the following position: Chief of Party, FHI/Zambia - USAID Project

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Manage FHI's HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment programmes funded by USAID/Zambia
  • Ensure effective start-up and implementation of the project, and achieve project objectives and deliverables
  • Ensure that appropriate office policies and procedures, including personnel policies, are developed and implemented in accordance to USAID and Zambian regulations

REQUIREMENTS:

  • MA/MS and 7-10 years' relevant experience managing a large, international public health programme that includes 3-5 years supervisory experience, or a PhD/MD and 5-7 years relevant experience that includes 3-5 years' supervisory experience.

FHI has a competitive compensation package. Interested candidates please submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements online at www.fhi.org
or to: FHI HR, 2101 Wilson Blvd., Suite 700, Arlington, VA 22201
Fax (703) 516-9036
or e-mail:
Please specify source in your application.


2. Monitoring and Evaluation Officer - HIV/AIDS, Christian Aid

Christian Aid will be managing a 5-year multi-million dollar HIV/AIDS programme, spanning 4 countries across Africa, focused on community-based care for orphans and vulnerable children. They are looking for a candidate to be based in Nairobi, with extensive travel throughout Africa.

Salary 17,177 - 19,565 (tax free)

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Postgraduate or recognised qualification in research methodology and/or monitoring and evaluation, with at least 5 years' experience working in monitoring and evaluation of large donor-funded programmes, preferably in areas of HIV/AIDS or public health.
  • Demonstrable skills in strategic monitoring and evaluation, NGO capacity building and delivery of community based care/support services for children, youth and families affected by HIV/AIDS.
  • Experience in managing people, leading and motivating others would be desirable.

You will be required to have an enhanced disclosure check from the CRB, as this post has been identified as working with children and young people.

Christian Aid offers a tax-free basic salary, final salary pension scheme, accommodation, school fees and other benefits relevant to this overseas assignment.

Job Reference: 978/OK. Closing date: Monday 22 November 2004

For an application form and further details, contact the Human Resources Dept, Christian Aid, PO Box 100, London, SE1 7RT
or visit www.christian-aid.org.uk
use Ref: 978/OK.




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