Project Director/Global Fund Malaria – CRS – Congo/Brazzaville
- Brazzaville, Brazzaville, République du Congo
Description du Poste
The Project Director (PD) is responsible for the overall management of the project as well as relationship with the donor and local partners; most notably the National Malaria Control Program (NCMP) and the Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM).
1. Strategy, Representation and Coordination
2. Coordinates the planning process and ensures that program activities are implemented according to the work plans, approved deadlines, and within the budget limitations in close collaboration with the NCMP
3. Ensures that stock control and supply chain management systems are in place to ensure rationalized use of commodities at health centers and community levels in the context of the mass distribution of LLINs
4. Coordinates capacity building activities of the CRS management units and SRs including the NCMP , in areas of Finance, Procurement, Human Resources and M&E and other areas as based on identified need
5. Ensures the proper execution of the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) plan and ensure a strong MEAL system for the mass distribution and the effective use of an ICT4D system
6. Coordinates the process of requesting funds from the donor
7. Manages program budgets, including tracking of financial and material resources, according to the policies and guidelines of GFATM and CRS
8. Ensure accurate and timely reporting of program finances and progress status to Global Fund, and the National Coordinating Committee (CCN)
9. Review actual financial performance against the budget, and explain variances on a regular basis
10. Approve program expenditures and non-material adjustments to the budget, and request material budget adjustments to the donor if necessary.
11. Provides leadership, direction and vision to the CRS project, to the consortium of SR staff, and manage staff performance
12. Coordinates the planning and undertaking of evaluation studies to be conducted including KAP survey in Year 1 and post campaign survey
13. Ensures the review of all documents elaborated such as narrative and financial reports
14. Organizes regular coordination and exchange meetings
15. Oversees the design and conceptualization of tools required during implementation
16. Coordinates the preparation work for the annual external and internal audits of the project
17. Represents CRS at the national and international levels during periodical meetings of the health sector as a whole and the Global Fund in particular.
18. Lead the design and preparation of additional GF grant in case of extension or additional fund and provides strategic vision development
19. Relation with Stakeholders
1. Promotes strong cooperation with the Ministry of Health (MoH) and in particular the PNLP.
2. Fully collaborates with the LFA and keeps in close communication with the GFATM fund portfolio manager (FPM)
3. Informs CCN of updates and work closely with CCN technical commissions upon request
4. Reviews SR reports, provides feedback on implementation progress and performance, identifies solutions to address challenges and weaknesses
20. Internal Communication
0. Provides appropriate technical leadership assuring the optimal achievement of project objectives;
1. Uses CRS intranet system (especially Gateway) to enhance coordination, implementation, and continuous learning over the life of the grant;
2. Facilitates regular meetings of the Technical teams engaged in the project activities;
3. Maintains communication with the Country senior management team, the Regional Technical Advisors (RTAs) and headquarters resource persons and especially the Global Fund Support Unit
• Master’s Degree in International Development, Public Health, or related field
• Minimum of 5 years’ experience in senior management position and in the management of large grants that support health programs in an African country context
• Experience managing programs funded by the Global Fund required, particularly in coordination as PR managing different SR, by the USG, by DFID, and/or the UN contract preferred.
• Strong preference for candidates with at least five years’ experience in Malaria programming.
• Experience with public grant proposal writing, implementation and reporting.
• Excellent analytical and information seeking skills, proven decision-making skills.
• Cultural sensitivity and solid track record as a team player with all levels of staff.
• Fluency in French and English proficiency
• Available for in-country travel up to 30% of the time and travel to DRC
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