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Chief of Party at Johns Hopkins Center (CCP) Tanzania March 2024

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Chief of Party
Chief of Party at Johns Hopkins Center TZ March, 2024
Position Title: Chief of Party
Location: Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Reports to: Tanzania Team Leader

General summary/purpose
The Chief of Party (COP) will be responsible for the technical and financial management of the Support to Vector Control Activity (SVCA), reporting and relationships with USAID, the National Malaria Control Program (NMCP), Zanzibar Malaria Elimination Program (ZAMEP), and partners. The COP will oversee staff and operations of the SVCA providing management and oversight of all technical, administrative, operational, and financial aspects. They will provide strategic direction for the development, implementation, and monitoring of project activities and ensure timely activity implementation.

They will represent SVCA to USAID and the Government of Tanzania (GoT) and cultivate open and collaborative management relationships with the management team at the USAID/Tanzania Mission, the GoT, USAID-funded implementing partners and other relevant stakeholders. They will ensure compliance with USAID and Johns Hopkins University (JHU) processes and regulations. The COP will be required to travel in Tanzania, and internationally, as needed.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Program Management
  • Lead, oversee, or act as technical expert for large-scale country programs independently. May include: Envision, design and initiate new program activities according to a larger program goal
  • Produce and edit documents, work plans, reports, and presentations
  • Lead budget development and resource allocation decisions
  • Oversee staffing, roles and responsibilities, and level of effort to meet program goals
  • Facilitate effective communication and collaboration between program, finance, and administrative staff to ensure team functioning to meet program goals
  • Facilitate and model frequent, open, ongoing communication with program team members in all locations (in-country, at headquarters, and internationally)
  • Ensure adherence to JHU, CCP and donor rules, regulations, and policies
  • Responsible for addressing contract-related issues and that all activity-procured materials and equipment are safeguarded and responsibly used
  • Lead process of using data to inform strategies, work plans, and program direction Put in place tools, processes, and structures to ensure excellence in programs, products, and deliverables to meet program goals Functions as the primary liaison with USAID, Ministry of Health, local Civil Society organizations, and other partners and stakeholders
  • Strengthens the national entomological surveillance and supports the development and implementation of insecticide resistance monitoring and management plan in collaboration with in-country stakeholders
People Management
  • Design and manage effective team structure to meet program goals
  • Supervise, coach, and mentor staff independently Orient and train new staff members
  • Conduct regular (at least quarterly) check ins and annual performance reviews with all supervisees
  • Identify and recommend appropriate professional development opportunities for supervisees
  • Provide coaching and mentoring to promote continued growth and improvement among supervisees and other staff Oversee and ensure the quality of work produced by staff or team. Develop processes, tools and routines that ensure the quality of work
  • Operate in compliance with all JHU policies and local employment laws

Technical Work
  • Oversee high level strategy design and implementation independently Lead and build staff capacity in technical work, including strategies, toolkits, communication materials, scripts, job aides, and needs assessments
  • Generate and envision new activities, ideas, frameworks, and strategies that further high-level goals
  • Use, develop, and model tools, processes, best-practices, and colleague review to ensure all products and documents are of the highest quality possible
  • Provide information to others about their quality of work. This includes raising concerns about errors, omission, and poor-quality products to the staff member responsible for that work and requesting revision of work that is not high quality. In collaboration with research and evaluation division, strategically plan for research, monitoring, and evaluation activities Lead in-country technical activities, including trainings, workshops and program support, independently
  • Demonstrate technical expertise in relevant technical areas (e.g., social and behavior change, knowledge management, health areas) and build capacity in others
  • Ensure activity integrity technically, administratively, and financially
  • Demonstrate high level technical communication, including writing reports, creating and giving presentations, and facilitating trainings or group discussions
  • Ensure excellence in programs, products, and deliverables to meet program goals

Professional and Organizational Growth
  • Initiate and lead center-wide initiatives, independently
  • Lead proposal development (technical, budget, and coordination) independently
  • Lead strategic partnership development independently
  • Lead donor cultivation independently
  • Contribute to global technical knowledge
  • Represent JHU, CCP, and the activity at relevant external meetings and events
  • May include delivering technical presentations, networking, relationship building and initiating and following through with opportunities for collaboration
  • Engage and collaborate with other programs across CCP
  • Recognize and address factors that might strategically impact a program or CCP and lead implementation of solutions
  • Proactively seek opportunities to expand leadership and management skills
  • Request or initiate quarterly check-in meetings with supervisor to assess performance, strengths and areas for improvement in your current position and establish professional goals
  • Identify opportunities for bringing new skills into CCP, including attending JHU courses and seminars, conferences and external trainings
  • Occasional domestic & international travel required, with potential for evenings and weekend work.
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Minimum Qualifications (Required)
  • Master’s Degree in public health, social sciences, or international development
  • Seven years of senior level management experience in the design, implementation, and management of programs of similar size, complexity and setting
  • Five years of senior level malaria technical experience
  • Excellent knowledge of national issues impacting malaria vector control and surveillance
  • Demonstrated leadership skills and experience in building and maintaining productive working relationships
  • Proven record of building teams and fostering collaboration to achieve program goals, meet program milestones, and produce quality program results
  • Knowledge of U.S. Government (USG) health initiatives and related reporting requirements and funding parameters
  • Exceptional communication skills in written and spoken English
  • Fluency in Swahili
  • Knowledge of the various regions of Tanzania
  • Experience in Tanzania
  • Exceptional communication skills in written and spoken English

Preferred Qualifications
  • Tanzanian citizenship
  • Prior experience as USAID Chief of Party or Deputy Chief of Party is preferred
Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
  • Demonstrates exceptional leadership abilities

Preferred Qualifications
  • Tanzanian citizenship
  • Fluency in Swahili

Travel Requirements:
May require up to 25% travel
Please note: this position is contingent upon securing award.

How to Apply:
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and must be received no later than 11:59 pm Tanzania local time on April 5, 2024 at the
Late submissions will not be considered.
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