The Capacity Building and Sustainability Advisor will coordinate and lead the planning and implementation of capacity building and sustainability efforts for ICAP’s proposed CDC-funded project, Accelerating Lesotho’s Progress to Epidemic Control Through Health System Strengthening and Delivery of Comprehensive HIV/TB Care, Treatment and Prevention Services under PEPFAR (CDC-RFA-GH20-2045). The incumbent will lead these efforts in collaboration with the Ministry of Health (MOH) and other local institutions and stakeholders.
The position is contingent upon availability of grant funding
- Oversees the planning, initiation, and implementation of capacity building and sustainability efforts related to the project and supervises project staff to ensure effective delivery of these services, including training sessions.
- Facilitates capacity building activities at local institutions and the MOH to ensure increased capacity among staff to manage HIV/tuberculosis (TB) programs.
- Supports the development and implementation of innovative and sustainable approaches for HIV/TB prevention and treatment in supported facilities.
- Manages the development of work plans, monitors project implementation, and project-related reporting.
- Ensures that project activities are effectively supported in the technical, programmatic, financial, and administrative domains.
- Supports the development and execution of sub-agreements with collaborating partners.
- Manages the logistics, content, and evaluation of project-related meetings, conferences, training, and workshops.
- Synthesizes and disseminates lessons learned and best practices to key stakeholders, donors, and ICAP headquarters.
- Ensures the integration and use of monitoring and evaluation activities within the project-related activities.
- An advanced degree in public health, public administration, or related fields.
Experience, Skills, and Minimum Qualifications:
- At least five years of project management experience, preferably in the areas of technical assistance, capacity building, and HIV/AIDS.
- Excellent communication, writing, and quantitative skills.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with donors, implementing partners, and other stakeholders.
- Excellent interpersonal skills.
- Ability to manage multiple priorities and projects while working as part of a team.
- Experience working with U.S. Government or other bi-lateral donors preferred.
- Written and spoken English proficiency.
- Job City Lesotho