We are looking for DREAMS TECHNICAL ADVISOR-DTA/LVCT/09/2016
Bachelor’s degree in Social sciences; Master’s degree in public Health/Social Sciences or a related field will be an added advantage
Minimum 5 years’ experience in managing donor funded projects in HIV Program areas
Proven experience in designing, implementing, program monitoring, evaluation and reporting
Clear understanding of MOH, public and private health systems
Up to date with latest developments in HIV Prevention and HIV programming in general
Experience working with PEPFAR dealing with major grants will be an added advantage
Developing and implementing strategies for delivery of DREAMS targets
Developing annual work plans and monitoring their execution including activities, deliverables, schedule, and associated costs
Ensure effective deployment of staff and other resources, including staff time allocation to the project.
Identify key stakeholders for effective delivery of DREAMS and build partnerships
Manage partners’/stakeholders’ expectations, and conduct quality assurance of project deliverables, including monitoring of the project variables (cost, effort, scope, etc.)
Monitor and report on utilization of budget and commitments accurately and in a timely manner to facilitate informed decision making, including appropriate project budget upload and revision, based on work-plan; extracting project budget on a monthly basis, reviewing transactions, and providing feedback to Project Director; and ensuring that all financial transactions undergo proper institutional approval process and are satisfactorily executed, and reviewing project financial reports to ensure accuracy.
Prepare necessary documentation and execute project subcontracts and consultancies, ensuring full compliance with established policies and processes, monitor their implementation, and ensure smooth closure of contracts.
Provide mentorship and build capacity of staff and other stakeholders involved in delivery of DREAMS
Organize relevant Project meetings and workshops and ensure responsible parties follow through on the decisions related to project.
Documenting project progress, lessons learnt and disseminating relevant information to the project management team and other relevant parties
Prepare project technical programmatic reports in consultation with the Project Director and team members, and report in a timely manner.
Ensure institutional integration of the project under the oversight of the Project Director
LVCT Health is an indigenous Kenyan non-governmental and not-for-profit organization established in 2001. We are driving Kenya towards HIV prevention, with an ultimate goal of reducing HIV infections to zero. We offer integrated HIV services through development of models that are scaled up to the national models.