Спеціаліст/ка з управління проєктами (громадське здоров’я)
Solicitations open to: Ukrainian Nationals (Residency/Ukrainian Work Permit)
Solicitation No.: 720-121-23-R-10055
Position Title: Project Management Specialist (Health)
No of positions: Multiple
Issuance date: December 01, 2023
Closing date and time: December 21, 2023, at 11:59 p.m. Kyiv Time
Work hours: 40 hours (Full time)
Position Grade: FSN-10
Market Value: Basic Annual Rate (in U.S. Dollars): $32,180 – $41,841
Place of Performance: Kyiv, Ukraine
Period of Performance: Five (5) years contract with the possibility of extension
Join the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and be a part of history Ukraine to rebuild and reform its health system. Be a catalyst in reconnecting the Ukrainian people to essential health services and expanding USAID support into new critical recovery areas like mental health and physical rehabilitation.
USAID’s Health Office has numerous exciting opportunities to work on such as health systems strengthening, HIV, TB, physical medicine and rehabilitation and mental health. We are seeking strong project management specialists, like you, to become integral members of our dynamic team. Consider joining USAID, where your skills and passion converge to make a lasting difference in Ukraine and the world.
STATEMENT OF DUTIES:
The USAID Mission to Ukraine is responsible for the development, implementation and oversight of USAID-funded programs operating throughout Ukraine. USAID development assistance promotes Ukraine’s transition to a democratic, prosperous, stable, healthy country united in its European aspirations. The USAID/Ukraine Office of Health manages a large, dynamic portfolio of contracts and cooperative agreements to adapt health services and systems that can deliver quality services despite the ongoing war. USAID has directed implementing partners to support fragile health service delivery systems from collapsing, target outreach services to internally displaced persons (IDPs), reinforce systems to mitigate public health issues of concern, and help to maintain operations of health financing and reform institutions. The core focus of the health assistance is to: 1) restore essential primary health services, especially in areas where services have been disrupted due to conflict; 2) help meet growing war-related health needs, such as mental health and physical rehabilitation; 3) ensure continued availability and access to tuberculosis (TB) and HIV services and improve Ukraine’s public health security; and 4) strengthen health system governance, accountability and efficiency.
The Project Management Specialist provides analytical and technical expertise to other bilateral/multilateral agencies, host country government and civil society in developing and implementing policies and programs based on best practices and innovations in public health. The Specialist serves as an Agreement Officer’s Representative/Contracting Officer’s Representative (AOR/COR) or Activity Manager for selected programs/projects/activities. As an AOR/COR, the Specialist monitors program performance and progress, identifies implementation achievements as well as performance challenges, and initiates appropriate actions in consultation with her/his/their supervisor, other Mission staff, and/or the Deputy and Office Director, as appropriate. The Specialist also has reporting responsibilities for the activities managed and communicates successes and best practices to multiple stakeholders. The Specialist is a key member of the Health Office on one of 3 technical teams and receives technical direction from, and reports to one of 3 technical Team Leads. The Specialist has no formal supervisory responsibility.
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED FOR EFFECTIVE PERFORMANCE:
Education: The position requires at least a B.A. or B.S university degree with studies in Medicine, Public Health, Health, Social Work, International Development, Social or Behavioral Sciences, Epidemiology, Biology, Nursing, Nutrition, or Infectious Disease. Masters preferred.
Work Experience: Minimum of three (3) years of progressively responsible, professional experience in public health, prevention and control programs is required.
Language Proficiency: Level IV (fluent) Speaking/Reading/Writing of English and Ukrainian is required.
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