|Date Posted||August 13, 2019|
Social Services & Nonprofit
Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) Subaward Management, Risk, and Compliance, Business Development, Kampala
Organization: IMA World Health
City: Kampala, Uganda
Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP): Subaward Management, Risk, and Compliance
IMA World Health (IMA), a n o n -p rof i t, fa i th - bas ed or ga n i za t i on, of f e rs ext e ns ive ex p e r t ise in h e a l th s ys t ems st r e ngth e n i ng as w e ll as n e g l ect ed t ro p ical d is eas es, m a la r ia, H IV, n o n- c om mun icab le d is ea s es, a nd sex ual a nd g e nd er bas ed v i o l e nce pr e v e nt i on p ro g ra ms in s ome of the m ost ch al l e n g i ng a nd p os t -c o nf l i ct s e tt i ngs th ro ugh o ut Af r ica, As ia, a nd the Ca r i bb ea n.
IMA is seeking a DCOP for the anticipated five-year USAID/PEPFAR HIV/AIDS program to be implemented in Uganda. The USAID-funded Local Service Delivery Activity will deliver sustainable, comprehensive, quality HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services through local private sector partners including faith-based health facilities and civil society organizations. The activity will enhance the technical and institutional capacity of local organizations to contribute to the attainment of PEPFAR's 95-95-95 goals and achieve and maintain epidemic control. IMA is partnering with a leading faith-based NGO which supports a network of nearly 300 health facilities in Uganda on this opportunity.
In support of the Chief of Party (COP), the DCOP will be responsible for and serve as primary coordinator for all risk, compliance, and sub-grant management associated with this project. S/he will liaise regularly with key stakeholders representing the program, including assigned USAID in-country technical advisors and other staff, relevant Ministry stakeholders, and civil society networks. This position reports directly to the COP and is contingent upon receipt of funding.
Knowledge of USAID contracts, policies, procedures, and regulations.
Demonstrated experience in financial regulations, policies, and practices of comparable USG or other international programs funded by other donors.
A minimum of 5 years of comprehensive experience in managing and implementing USAID contracts and projects is preferred.
Prior working experience in Uganda preferred.
Master's degree is preferred.