Alliance Programmes Coordinator Mozambique
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Job description: Alliance Programmes Coordinator Mozambique
Alliance Mission: The mission of the International HIV/AIDS Alliance is to support communities to reduce the spread of HIV and to meet the challenges of AIDS. We are working to prevent HIV infection; improve access to HIV treatment, care and support; and lessen the impact of HIV and AIDS worldwide, particularly among the most vulnerable and marginalised. Job Reports to: EJAF Lead Project Manager and PITCH Lead Project Manager
Main function: The Alliance Programmes Coordinator Mozambique provides technical oversight and support and oversees the delivery of the EJAF and PITCH programmes in Mozambique. S/he will oversee implementation of programme activities and provide technical oversight and support to implementing partners, coordinate all technical support delivery and ensure that all technical support delivered by external providers or of any of the consortium members is delivered in accordance with Alliance programming principles and best practice standards.
Location: Maputo, Mozambique
Travel: Regular travel to programme intervention areas
Salary: Competitive salary
Duration: 12-month contract
The International HIV AIDS Alliance is currently seeking a programme coordinator to employ in Mozambique, under the Mozambican organisation AMODEFA, to provide managerial support and technical oversight to two Alliance programmes currently being implemented in Mozambique. The EJAF (Elton John Aids Foundation) funded Deep Engagement programme focuses on improving access and uptake of tailored HIV and STI prevention, care and treatment information and services that address the needs of LGBT Mozambicans whilst also building the capacity of health facilities and CBOs to provide effective, stigma free services and advocate for government accountability in delivering quality health services and scaling up access to new evidence-based interventions for LGBT people in the long term. The programme will contribute to building sustainable community health systems that meet the HIV and health needs of LGBT Mozambicans. Strengthen communities and mobilise communities to improve uptake of comprehensive HIV prevention and treatment services and strengthens the capacity of health facilities to collect, own and use strategic information to address gaps in the continuum of care. The Partnership to Inspire, Transform and Connect the HIV response (PITCH) enables people most affected by HIV to gain full and equal access to HIV and sexual and reproductive health services. The partnership works to uphold the sexual and reproductive health and rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, sex workers, people who use drugs and adolescent girls and young women. It does this by strengthening the capacity of community-based organisations to engage in effective advocacy, generate robust evidence and develop meaningful policy solutions.
PITCH focuses on the HIV response in Indonesia, Kenya, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nigeria, Uganda, Ukraine, Vietnam and Zimbabwe. Partners in these countries also share evidence from communities to influence regional and global policies that affect vulnerable populations. PITCH is a strategic partnership between Aidsfonds, the International HIV/AIDS Alliance and the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- Strategic oversight and overall coordination;
- Strategic and operational oversight of the two programmes implemented in Mozambique, including programme implementation, technical support, monitoring, evaluation and programme-related research;
- Coordination of essential planning, technical support, monitoring and reporting processes;
- Strategic oversight of the programme delivery of country implementing partners. Ensuring that this is on track and providing support to keep it on track, where needed, in close collaboration with the Core Project Teams;
- Working with the Core Project Teams to ensure that the programme is in line with the Alliance global strategy, good practice programming standards and the overall programme framework and principles; and that it is of an acceptable quality, generates and uses available evidence, and produces tangible results;
- Supporting the donor relations function as required;
- Ensuring good communication, coordination and collaboration within the Core Team and with consortium partners. This includes the establishment of a sound programme communication system in consultation with the Core Project Team.
- Ensure coordination, linkages, engagement and learning with other Alliance programmes and projects implemented in the region;
- Undertake other responsibilities not outlined above which are appropriate for a role of this nature, including occasional support to other programmes as agreed with the line manager;
- Essential Desirable Qualifications/Education/ Knowledge Graduate level qualification and/or equivalent experience. Knowledge of HIV/ integration programming;
- Knowledge and familiarity with key populations and particularly with the LGBT and PUDs communities. Solid understanding of key populations programming and policy/advocacy work, including community mobilisation and empowerment;
- Post-graduate qualification and/or equivalent experience;
- Knowledge of the LGBT communities of Mozambique;
- Experience required Relevant work experience, including HIV programming and technical support provision. Work experience in the NGO sector in one or more countries in Africa;
- Experience of programme management (e.g. planning, budgeting, delivery, monitoring and reporting of TS provision);
- Experience of working in an international NGO. Work experience in the NGO sector in Mozambique.
Abilities and Skills Required
- Strong communication and presentation skills in English and Portuguese, including good writing. Strong technical support and programme management skills;
- Proven strategic, planning and programming skills, including the use of standard planning and programming tools and applications. Ability to represent the Alliance with partner organisations and with a wide range of audiences and to communicate with different stakeholders, including youth key population networks, donors, governments etc;
- Able to travel regularly;
- Preference will be given to candidates who have the right to live and work in Mozambique.
Please send your CV and cover letter in English to the email: [email protected] by Sunday, 15th July 2018. For any enquiries regarding this position, please contact the email above.