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  • Posted: Jun 10, 2020
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    Panagora Group believes that focusing on novel and integrated approaches to health and development will yield the best long-term results. To that end, we place special focus on integrating learning and adaptation into how social and economic development interventions are designed – to respond to changing circumstances, and learn from experience.
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    Chief of Party


    • Providing management oversight of task orders including technical implementation and financial management.
    • Leading and supervising the work of all experts/personnel provided under the contract.
    • Providing strategic input and technical assistance to health research and evaluation activities, including of HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment programs, health science, and other public health programming and policy advocacy on local, national, and regional levels.
    • Ensuring the high-quality and timeliness of all deliverables.
    • Reviewing of financial and logistical information for USAID compliance.
    • Coordinating and collaborating with USAID, USAID partners, host country government officials, and other public health stakeholders.
    • Overseeing evaluations and data collection services, including national or regional level population surveys; mid-term and final evaluations.
    • Facilitate the use of performance information and evaluation findings to influence decision making and resource allocations.
    • Facilitate meetings, forums, and groups that focus on peer learning and knowledge exchange.
    • Ensure compliance of U.S. Government, local government, and Panagora Group rules, regulations, and standard operating procedures.



    • A Master’s degree in public health, international development, M&E or a related field
    • 12 years of experience in international development or global health including M&E contracts
    • 5 years managing large and complex projects/programs at the director level, preferably with USAID projects or with other international donors
    • Experience interacting with senior US government officials, UN agencies, regional institutions, national governments, local organizations, and partners required; experience interacting with West African governments and their officials preferred
    • Experience recruiting and successfully managing consultants, and ensuring the quality of their products
    • Strong understanding, experience, and ability to deliver quality health services for Family Planning, HIV/AIDS, and Maternal and Child Health.
    • Experience with PEPFAR funded-projects and familiarity with PEPFAR indicators strongly preferred
    • Experience in the global health strategic information (SI) field and/or health information systems strongly preferred
    • Experience using statistical software such as SAS or SPSS
    • Fluency in written and spoken English; advanced French language preferred

    Experience in any of the following technical areas is preferred:

    • Performance monitoring
    • Indicator development
    • Evaluation methods
    • Training/capacity building
    • Communications
    • Data quality assessments
    • Performance management planning
    • Literature reviews
    • Secondary data analysis
    • Geospatial analysis
    • Data visualization
    • Collaborating, learning, and adapting

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    M&E Specialists

     Candidates must possess a post-graduate degree in a relevant field and a minimum of 6 years of relevant professional experience. Experience with USAID and/or PEPFAR is strongly preferred. Candidates must have excellent reporting and writing skills. Fluency in written and spoken English is required; advanced French language preferred. Residence in West African countries is preferred but not required.


    Technical and/or Methodological Fields of Specialty. Candidates must have expertise in one or more of the following fields of specialization:

    • HIV prevention, testing, treatment or care
    • TB prevention, testing, treatment or care
    • Family planning, maternal and child health
    • Global health strategic information (SI) and health information systems
    • Health program costing
    • Key populations (men who have sex with men, transgender women, sex workers, people who inject drugs) and/or priority populations (children, adolescent girls and young women)
    • Orphans and vulnerable children
    • Site Improvement through Monitoring System (SIMS) assessment and analysis
    • Data quality assessment
    • US statutory requirements related to family planning and HIV/AIDS compliance
    • USAID program cycle, including performance management plan (PMP) and monitoring and evaluation plan (M&E plan) development and implementation
    • PEPFAR reporting requirements and systems
    • Research methods, including literature reviews, systematic reviews, secondary data analysis, surveys, qualitative research, case studies
    • Geographic information systems and geospatial analysis
    • Analyses relevant to USAID programming (e.g., gender, environmental, sustainability, political economy, climate change vulnerability, social soundness, youth, institutional)
    • USAID and PEPFAR performance monitoring and indicators
    • Performance evaluation
    • Data visualization
    • Organizational capacity building
    • USAID collaborating, learning, and adapting (CLA) methods
    • Knowledge management
    • Communications

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