Job Vacancy and Mode of Application
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The purpose of the Tanzania Vector Control Activity (TVCA) is to identify and implement proven, evidence-based vector control approaches in Tanzania. The TVCA focuses on insecticide treated bed-nets (ITNs) that includes determining the quantity of ITNs needed annually to maintain high population access and implementing delivery of ITNs. The TVC Contractor provides the Government of Tanzania and malaria partners with state-of-the-art reviews and advice concerning new developments in vector control, and as appropriate, develops plans for implementation of modified or new vector control approaches in Tanzania.
Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Director (MEL)
The Director -MEL will work as part of the TVCA senior technical leadership team led by the Project Director. This specialist is responsible for providing overall technical and program leadership in the design, implementation and oversight of TVCA’s ME&L portfolio. This will be focused on the design, implementation, and monitoring of the TVCA program components which include determining the insecticide treated net (ITN) access among targeted populations; delivering ITNs to targeted populations; reviving the commercial market for ITNs; providing guidance on effectiveness of vector control interventions used in Tanzania; and providing guidance on new evidence-based vector control approaches.
The Director-MEL will oversee implementation of an integrated M&E system to track the inputs, processes, outputs and outcomes of each of TVCA’s. In this regard, the Advisor will also oversee quality control and timely production of required project data, tools, materials and products relevant to M&E, including any operational research and baseline/end line surveys.
Chief of Party, Tanzania
FHI 360 is seeking applications for a Chief of Party for an anticipated USAID-funded activity which will build on current investments made by USAID on vector control and prevention to reduce the burden of malaria in mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar. This project will accelerate the ability of the Tanzania government to identify and implement proven, evidenced based vector control approaches; targeting 14 high malaria burden regions through delivery and distribution of long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs); and reviving the commercial sector for sustainability of access to vector control commodities.
The COP will provide leadership, managerial and technical support throughout the implementation of the project and will be responsible for the administration, program management, performance monitoring and technical implementation and oversight of all program activities. The COP will serve as the principal institutional liaison and is expected to have regular communication with the USAID Agreement Officer’s Representative. The COP is responsible for ensuring compliance with FHI 360 policies and procedures and USG rules and regulations. The COP is responsible for ensuring sub-awardee compliance and monitoring quality of program implementation. Recruitment is contingent upon successful award of the project and the selection of final applicant is subject to USAID approval.
FHI 360 is currently recruiting for the position of Country Coordinator for an anticipated project, East Africa Building Resilience in Civil Society (BRICS) Phase II. BRICS II will implement a holistic approach to promoting community resilience including working with national and subnational authorities to improve their ability to prevent violent conflict, working with and in at-risk communities, conducting research to inform interventions and facilitate dialogues among stakeholders. It is anticipated that this program will focus primarily on Kenya, with a secondary focus on Tanzania and Mozambique and a third line of effort in Uganda and Ethiopia. The Country Coordinator will report to a Nairobi-based Project Director and will oversee project activities in Tanzania and share necessary information and lessons learned from country activities with other project offices in the region. The position is contingent on funding.
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