PharmPrEP is an Implementation Science project funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), where Jhpiego is working in collaboration with the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI), Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Centre (Seattle) and University of Washington (Seattle) to conduct several studies to evaluate the delivery of oral PrEP through the pharmacy model. The studies will be conducted in Nairobi, Kiambu, Kisumu, Homabay, Migori and Siaya counties.
ResponsibilitiesProvide support in the design, planning, implementation and monitoring of project activities Participate in the development the project work plans and support preparation and monitoring of activity budgets Support sub-award management including development of sub-award milestones and budgets, monitoring implementation and compliance to donor and Jhpiego policies Compile periodic (monthly, quarterly and annual) project reports and provide relevant programmatic information for internal and external reporting purposes Maintain records and monitor the implementation of project activities, providing continuous feedback to the project team, seeking assistance in problem solving as necessary Organize and coordinate logistics for project activities and meetings. This includes scheduling the activities, compile and organize relevant background materials, documenting and disseminating minutes/reports and follow-up on the action plans. Representation of the project in professional forums that include meetings and workshops with Government and other institutional partners Facilitate the procurement and management of consultants, supplies and assets required for project implementation Coordinate domestic and international travel for project staff which includes booking air tickets, airport transfers, arranging for travel advances, making hotel reservations, etc. Liaise with the administration manager to provide efficient field transport services to project staff and ensure accurate maintenance of vehicles, transport related records and systems Mentor, motivate and supervise administrative staff under his/her supervision
Required QualificationsBachelorâs degree in public health, social science, business administration or related qualification Minimum of 5 (five) yearsâ relevant experience working with health or related programs in the nonprofit sector in a similar capacity Critical thinking and problem-solving skills to facilitate program implementation Excellent organizational skills including the ability to work in a complex environment with multiple assignments sometimes under short deadlines Excellent analytical, verbal, written communication and presentation skills Good interpersonal skills, dynamic personality and a team player Computer proficiency, particularly in the use of MS Office suite
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