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  1. Shy

    Shy JF-Expert Member

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    Program Director Job Vacancy: TUNAJALI Program

    Are you a Public Health Professional who wants to make a difference in

    Today's governments face unprecedented challenges, and the magnitude of
    these challenges in areas such as HIV/AIDS is only increasing.

    At Deloitte, we believe that the success of government programs in
    addressing these challenges should be measured by the true advantages they
    create for citizens and communities.

    We are therefore in the business of enabling governments to deliver
    extraordinary advantages to citizens through unprecedented efficiency,
    accountability, and responsiveness.

    Deloitte Consulting Limited, in partnership with Family Health International
    and Emerging Markets Group, with funding from the United States Agency for
    International Aid (USAID) under the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS
    Relief (PEPFAR) will be providing support to the Government of Tanzania to
    implement the National Care and Treatment Program for people living with
    HIV/AIDS in the four program regions of Dodoma, Morogoro, Iringa North
    (covering Iringa Rural, Iringa Municipal, Mafinga and Kilolo Districts),
    Iringa South (covering Njombe, Ludewa and Makete Districts) and Singida.

    The program known as TUNAJALI (We Care) is implemented through selected
    health facilities providing Ante Retroviral treatment (Care and Treatment
    Centres - CTCs).

    We are looking for a dynamic individual to join the TUNAJALI Program team as
    Program Director.

    This is a senior position with overall responsibility for management of the
    Program. The successful candidate wilt be the TUNAJALI consortium's key
    Mason to USAID, government counterparts, local organizations and program

    Main areas of responsibility include:

    Provide leadership and coordination to ensure that all "TUNAJALI" staff and
    Key Partners have a common understanding of the goals and objectives of the
    Program and their roles within the partnership;
    Develop and implement annual program work plans and performance milestone
    plans and negotiate any agreement of those plans with USAID, counterparts
    and partner organizations;
    Interface directly with USAID on management and decision making;
    Ensure that program activities are meeting Government and USAID expectations
    and that program results are pro-actjvely disseminated;
    Provide overall programmatic oversight and ensure that frameworks for
    planning, monitoring and quality assurance, for all the program activities,
    are in place and are being utilized as required;

    Provide overall direction for technical operations through the effective
    management of the contract with the Technical Partners of the program;
    Provide overall administrative and financial direction of the program in
    line with USAID requirements and best industry practices;
    Ensure the timely and quality completion of all program technical and
    financial deliverables and reports.
    The applicant must possess the following

    Masters degree in public health, or advanced degree in a related field;
    A minimum of ten years of experience managing USAID-funded health programs
    at the level of program Director/Chief of Party, including significant work
    experience in Africa, (East Africa preferred);
    A minimum of five years supporting HIV/AIDS program implementation in
    Strong skills and a track record in strategic visioning and leadership;
    Exceptional managerial and operational experience, preferably in managing
    large complex activities involving coordination with multiple program
    partner institutions;
    Strong experience in developing program work plans, developing program
    budgets, managing program implementation, managing a large staff, and
    fielding and managing short-term technical assistance;

    Proven ability to negotiate and influence policy and program decisions with
    senior government and donor officials;

    Strong organizational and interpersonal skills and ability to work in a
    team-oriented setting;

    Exceptional written and oral communication skills in English; and Strong
    diplomatic skills and an ability to work in multi-cultural settings with
    several types and levels of professionals.
    Familiarity with the political, social, economic and cultural context of
    working in Tanzania will be an advantage.
    If you feel passionate about a career with our team and want to benefit from
    an environment where there is an opportunity to make an impact, please send
    your application and a detailed CV, photocopies of academic certificates and
    testimonials and names and contacts of 3 referees to the address below.

    To be considered your application must be received by 8th June 2009.

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    Email: hr @ deloitte.co.tz

    Fax: 255 (22) 211 6379
    The Human Resource Officer
    Deloitte Consulting Ltd.
    10th Floor. PPF Tower
    Cnr of Ohio/Garden Avenue
    P.O Box 1559. Dar es Salaam. Tanzania
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    nzwallah New Member

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    Asante mzee kwa taarifa,