3 Employment Vacancies Dar es salaam at U.S. Embassy | Deadline: 4th October, 2018

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New 3 Employment Vacancies Dar es salaam at U.S. Embassy | Deadline: 4th October, 2018 
NAFASI ZA KAZI / AJIRA TANZANIA  
U.S. MISSION DAR ES SALAAM VACANCIES ANNOUNCEMENT 
The U.S. Mission in Dar es Salaam is seeking eligible and qualified applicants for the positions below.
Program Manager(HIV/AIDS) – WRAIR
Duties

The Program Manager, reporting to the WRAIR Country Director of Tanzania is responsible for the management of critical communication and coordination of WRAIR activities between and among the various United States Government (USG) departments and agencies involved in implementing WRAIR activities, designated Embassy counterparts, and with representatives of the USG PEPFAR Interagency Team. The Program Manager will be up-to-date on all National HIV/AIDS and related strategies; partners, and other stakeholders. The incumbent provides strategic planning and project management assistance to the WRAIR Country Director.
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Education Requirements:
Medical degree in medicine is required
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Public Health Specialist – Implementation
Duties
Program Management 70%

Job holder provides expert technical and scientific advice in developing, planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating epidemiologic studies, operational research and targeted evaluations for HIV/AIDS Care and Treatment and Health Systems Strengthening projects. Develops specific research goals and objectives and works with CDC/DGHA Tanzania and implementing partners to ensure that such objectives form the basis for epidemiologic and operations research and program evaluations and that these objectives are achieved. Collaborates with donor agencies, USG interagency teams to assist the Tanzanian government and implementing partners in developing research protocols, implementing studies, conducting analyses and writing reports. The scientist will serve as an investigator on between 4-8 implementation science activities, with combined budgets of approximately $2 million, coordinating complex collaborations with co-investigators from a diverse set of institutions. In addition, the scientist will review and provide feedback on concept notes, protocols, tools, and evaluation budgets for between 10-20 science activities per year in the C&T and HICB branches. Within these branches, guides CDC program officers, Branch Chiefs, and implementing partners in the requirements and process for ethical review of protocols and clearance of publications. The scientist analyzes data and develops publications and presentations for dissemination at national and international conferences and meetings. The scientist will review and help to strengthen abstracts, presentations, posters, reports, and manuscripts arising from implementation science work within the C&T and HICB branches. Represents CDC to the Tanzanian government on HIV research issues; provides guidance and technical assistance to partner staff leading research projects and implementing staff to enhance staff skills and maintain quality standards for research studies and projects.

Education Requirements:
Doctoral level qualification (PhD, DrPH or MD) from an accredited University in public health, epidemiology or biostatistics is required.
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Financial/Administrative Assistant – PEPFAR
Duties
Budget monitoring and analysis 35% of time

The position supports the PCO on all aspects of budgeting, including establishing and maintaining a tracking process to monitor PEPFAR funds flowing through the Department of State in order to provide regular budget and financial analyses; maintaining up-to-date database and reports on the status of PEPFAR/Tanzania’s HIV/AIDS budget, analyze budget requirements, and prepare relevant documents, together with the PEPFAR Country Coordinator, Deputy Coordinator, and/or Budget/Fiscal Analyst; and convening monthly meetings to communicate budget updates.

Technical Programming 35% of time
The position performs data collection and entry to assist the PCO with submissions required by the USG Mission in Tanzania or the U.S. Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator including but not limited to the country operational plan, semi-annual, and annual program results reports; and supports other USG offices, including but not limited to the other PEPFAR implementing agencies, the Front Office, Budget & Fiscal, in processes that contribute to effective program management of PEPFAR/Tanzania.

Education Requirements:
Completion of a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business or Accounting is required.
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