Capacity Development and Sub-Agreement Manager, Namibia (Local Hire), Global Health
49 Burg Street, Trinity Stone Building
Windhoek, 32, 9000
Join a highly professional, innovative, international team that is committed to making a difference in the health status of the people of Namibia. Project HOPE Namibia (PHN) is a registered Welfare organization with the Ministry of Health and Social Services (MoHSS) and have been implementing programs in Namibia since 2002.
PHN intends to fill the following vacancy on the condition that funds are available.
The Capacity Development and Sub-Agreement Manager will have responsibility for all activities associated with leading and coordinating management of sub-grantees as well as building the capacity of community-based structures, and other actors.
·Advanced Degree or higher in social work, social sciences or a closely related field is required. Master’s Degree or higher is desirable.
·At least five years of experience in designing, implementing and managing community based HIV and AIDS treatment, Care and Support systems strengthening initiatives, institutional/organizational capacity building, in sub-Saharan/developing countries is required.
·Demonstrated experience providing financial, M&E and programmatic oversight to grant recipients is a required.
·Experience managing of comprehensive community based HIV and AIDS treatment, care and support services, strengthening systems and processes for ensuing the care and protection and People living with HIV and AIDS, and building the capacity of government, communities and other civil society organizations is highly desirable.
·Experience with quality improvement or policy research, advocacy, planning and development is desirable.
·Experience in engaging representatives of the host country government, civil society organizations, international development organizations and NGOs to support project implementation is highly desirable.
·Demonstrated strategic agility, diplomacy, conflict management, team building and negotiation skills is highly desirable.
·Demonstrated interpersonal communication and facilitation skills, writing and oral presentation skills in English with the ability to lead high-level meetings, forums, and conferences are required.
·Ability and willingness to travel up to 50% of the time.