Senior Technical Advisor, HIV/AIDS and Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health

Job Type
Full Time
Job ID
Date Posted
09/27/2017
JOB LOCATION
Washington D.C.
Company Information
NAME
Project Concern International
JOB DESCRIPTION

Job Description
The primary goal for the Senior Technical Advisor (STA) for HIV/AIDS and Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (ASRH) is to ensure the overall technical and programmatic quality and growth of PCI’s HIV/AIDS programming. The STA will have strong experience with PEPFAR and expertise in community health system strengthening, HIV testing and counseling, referral networks, and HIV co-morbidities, as well as sexual and reproductive health, particularly for adolescent girls and boys.

The Senior Technical Advisor will be based in PCI’s Washington, D.C. office and collaborate with the San Diego office and country programs. Specific responsibilities include program design and quality assurance; accessing and disseminating state-of-the-art information, resources and promising practices; provision of effective technical assistance and team mentoring; facilitation of organizational learning and capacity building; and program development, including fostering strategic partnerships, planning, positioning, publishing, and proposal preparation.

Learn more about PCI’s work in HIV/AIDS.

Job Description
The primary goal for the Senior Technical Advisor (STA) for HIV/AIDS and Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (ASRH) is to ensure the overall technical and programmatic quality and growth of PCI’s HIV/AIDS programming. The STA will have strong experience with PEPFAR and expertise in community health system strengthening, HIV testing and counseling, referral networks, and HIV co-morbidities, as well as sexual and reproductive health, particularly for adolescent girls and boys.

The Senior Technical Advisor will be based in PCI’s Washington, D.C. office and collaborate with the San Diego office and country programs. Specific responsibilities include program design and quality assurance; accessing and disseminating state-of-the-art information, resources and promising practices; provision of effective technical assistance and team mentoring; facilitation of organizational learning and capacity building; and program development, including fostering strategic partnerships, planning, positioning, publishing, and proposal preparation.
Learn more about PCI’s work in HIV/AIDS here: https://www.pciglobal.org/hiv-aids/

QUALIFICATIONS
Required Qualifications: •Advanced clinical degree, MPH or equivalent; •At least 9 years of relevant professional experience, including international public health programming; with at least 5 years relevant overseas work experience; •Experience with PEPFAR programming at country level; •Five years’ experience managing complex programs within a non-profit or community agency in a developing country context, particularly with community-based health programming; •Experience or familiarity with US government grant proposal preparation and regulations; •In-depth technical understanding of HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment, and of the links between gender, HIV/AIDS, SRH, and other health issues; •Excellent written and verbal communications and interpersonal skills, including ability to effectively communicate across cultures; •Excellent program development and grant writing experience, with a track record of successfully leading proposal development efforts; •Experience and ability in capacity building, mentoring and the provision of technical support; •Ability to work independently and as part of a team; •Fluency in English required, proficiency in Spanish or French preferred; •Computer literacy required; familiarity with all MS applications and spread sheet software required; statistical analysis ability a plus.
HOW TO APPLY
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