Manage the Grant and Ensure Performance Targets are Met
Lead the development and implementation of the PSI South Sudan’s malaria and iCCM program strategy, including development of annual marketing and communication plans and comprehensive logical frameworks for malaria and iCCM interventions.
Provide rigorous financial and programmatic oversight of malaria and iCCM programs, donor budgets, implementation plans, deliverables, and reporting requirements.
Manage monitoring and evaluation of all activities to assess project effectiveness and efficiencies.
Lead in the dissemination of programmatic data and lessons learned with key partners, including the MoH, Global Fund and DFID implementing partners.
Track, Evaluate and Improve Program Performance
Conduct quarterly review of programmatic reports for accuracy identify improvements and implement required changes.
Manage quarterly field supervision visits and data quality assessments.
Supervise the allocation of commodities and verify health commodities deployed to field against performance framework targets and stock reports.
Prepare variance analysis for the quarterly/bi-annual/annual final reports to Global Fund and DFID.
Lead preparation of high-quality periodic reporting, including risk mitigation plans, ensuring accuracy of programmatic and financial reports prior to submission.
Manage and Mentor
Oversee and mentor a 20+ team and build their capacity to efficiently implement the program
Supervise ICCM, Nutrition, Malaria and M&E managers.
Recruit staff as needed
Collaborate with Partners and Stakeholders
Strengthen relationships between PSI South Sudan and key stakeholders, including the Ministry of Health (MoH), partner organizations, and donors.
Be an active participant and advocate in relevant Working Groups.
Partner with National Malaria Control Program and Technical Working Groups
Coordinate effectively with PSI South Sudan Business Operations, Procurement, Finance, HR and PSI Washington DC and Nairobi technical and programmatic staff.
Assume direct responsibility for proposal development for malaria and child survival portfolio.
Perform any other related duties that may be assigned by the immediate supervisor.
Relevant post-graduate degree (MBA, MIA, MPH, etc.) preferred
At least 7 years of experience managing donor funded projects showing increasing levels of responsibility in managing/overseeing programs and direct reports
At least 2 years managing complex projects in a developing country, Africa experience preferred
At least 4 years of group supervisory experience
Strong financial and programmatic management skills; previous experience managing public health projects in child survival preferred
Demonstrated experience in fundraising and building constructive donor relationships
Demonstrated experience in developing and managing relationships with governments.
Familiarity with Global Fund and DFID processes and procedures preferred.
Technical knowledge of health delivery systems in the public sector as well as solid understanding of malaria and child health related issues strongly preferred.
Demonstrated ability and motivation to build local staff capacity and train others.
Superior communications skills, verbal and written, including the ability to engage effectively with staff at all levels.
Fluency in spoken and written English.