|Location||Assis Ababa, Ethiopia|
|Date Posted||April 30, 2022|
|Category|| Management |
|Job Type|| Full-time |
The Global Fund’sCountry Coordinating Mechanism(CCM) Policy outlines that the CCM should be positioned at the highest level responsible for multi-partner and multi-sectorial development planning in a country. The Global Fund encourages all countries to build on their national structures, wherever possible, and to position the CCM and/or CCM functions within existing health platforms to contribute to central coordination of health programs, investments and pandemic preparedness. Mapping existing health governance bodies in a country is the first step towards institutionalizing CCM functions.
The Country Coordinating Mechanism of Ethiopia (CCM/E) is seeking to hire a local consultant to generate a mapping of existing health governance bodies, to highlight where they are positioned and the opportunities to enhance cooperation on health investments. Building from this knowledge of the institutional landscape (other donors’ platforms, governmental/ministerial committees / other diseases coordinating bodies, among others), the CCM/E can contribute to robust national health governance. The long-term plan is to ensure alignment of the CCM/E functions with the national health governance structures to ensure a sustainable health governance.
CCM/E is a unique country-level forum that brings together actors from all sectors in the governance of HIV, Tuberculosis, and Malaria national disease programs. CCM/E request financing from the Global Fund on behalf of the country and provide strategic oversight to ensure effective and strategic implementation of the program. An effective CCM/E is central to the Global Fund’s mission of “investing the world’s money to end AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria” in Ethiopia and contribute to the vision of a world free from the burden of these three diseases.
1. Identify existing national health structures, governance mechanisms and platforms responsible for coordinating the health sector and disease-specific issues.
2. Mapping the identified platform’s position within the national systems and in relation to the CCM/E.
3. Support the CCM/E in developing a Positioning plan based on three main phases (refer to the Positioning Guidance Note):
- Sustainable Structure.
4. Define roles for all constituencies, especially Key affected populations (KAP) and People living with the diseases (PLWD) constituencies, for a meaningful participation in oversight activities and discussions of the CCM/E. Separate roles should be defined taking into consideration the existing CCM/E platform and the positioning plan
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No of position: 1
Responsible to: CCM/E Executive Secretary and CCM/E Executive Committee
Duration: 50 days
- Advanced degree in public health, finance, public administration or business administration, or related field.
Experience and competencies
- At least 5 years of professional experience (international or national) working in planning and management in the humanitarian sector.
- Experience in public health and disease program management with focus on HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
- Solid understanding of the Global Fund processes and of its funding model.
- Experience working with the Global Fund grant
- Working level of English and Amharic are a requirement for this role
- Documented experience of coordination across multiple stakeholders.
- Solid experience in developing partnerships in political environments and in mediating complex issues and deliverables at country, regional and international levels.
- Rich professional experience, including a track record of working in strategy and policy analysis, program planning and management, and/or equivalent experience.
- Solid understanding and experience of strategic, organizational, financial and management issues.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Robust knowledge of the software Visio.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications especially Excel/ Access, email, internet and websites essential.
- Robust understanding of governance matters.
- High degree of organization, initiative and political awareness.
- Knowledge of public health issues.
- Strong interpersonal skills and proven ability to communicate and interact with high-level officials from the government, NGOs, UN agencies and the private sector.
- Strong writing, presentation and communication skills and IT competences are essential.
- Ability to lead a team and set priorities while handling multiple tasks simultaneously.
- Previous development experience and/or background with government or private sector desirable.