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PEPFAR Country Coordinator – Mozambique – Mozambique, Mozambique
Department of State – Agency Wide, Department of State
Job ID: 486993Start Date: 07/28/2021End Date: 08/10/2021
Applicants must have a minimum of ten years of senior-level experience managing HIV/AIDS, health, or other development programs. Of the ten years, at least eight years must be managing and implementing HIV/AIDS programs or working with large, complex international or domestic programs.Foreign Language Requirement
Applicants must demonstrate they speak/read Portuguese at the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) Speaking 2/Reading 2 level, or speak/read Spanish at the ILR Speaking 3/Reading 3 level.
Knowledge, Skills, and AbilitiesThis position requires a highly qualified and experienced individual with exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, the ability to foster team work, the capacity for strategic thinking, and an understanding of the technical and policy requirements to achieve the PEPFAR goals in the country. The incumbent must be familiar with and be able to work well in an overseas environment and with a wide range of governmental and non-governmental counterparts. The PEPFAR Coordinator must have the following qualifications and demonstrated abilities: Ability to work with partner government to strengthen capacities to lead the response to the epidemic and other health demands;
Ability to track large amounts of data and manage complex interagency planning, reporting, and performance processes;
Ability to empower PEPFAR team members to apply available resources and expertise to addressing the local epidemic;
Ability to integrate and coordinate HIV/AIDS programs with broader global health and development programs to maximize impact on health systems;
Ability to mediate interagency conflicts and facilitate decisions on complex technical, programmatic, strategic, and financial issues;
Capacity to promote sustainable country programs;
Capacity to expand prevention, care, and treatment in both concentrated and generalized epidemics;
Strong interpersonal, teamwork, facilitation, and negotiation skills;
Strong managerial skills;
Strong oral and written communication skills;
Strong analytical skills;
Strong capacity to multi-task, including managing, prioritizing, and fulfilling competing demands in real time;
Cross-cultural sensitivity and awareness;
Availability and willingness to work outside the regular 40-hour workweek when required/necessary; and
Willingness to travel to work sites and other offices as/when requested. Level IV English ability (fluent) is required. Successful applicants must also consistently meet a high standard for English, both written (overall structure as well as grammar, spelling, and punctuation) and spoken (overall structure as well as delivery, clarity, and succinctness).
Candidates must be eligible for diplomatic privileges and immunities in the country of assignment.
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