Los Angeles-based AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), a non-profit, is a global organization providing cutting- edge medicine and advocacy to more than one million patients in 43 countries. We are the largest provider of HIV/AIDS medical care in the U.S. AHF Indonesia is a legal registered NGO in Indonesia. It is collaborating with Ministry of Health as the counterpart partners and other partner organizations, to provide program technical assistance to these key stakeholders to deliver quality and comprehensive HIV/AIDS treatment, Care and Support, HIV counseling, and testing, Prevention, Nutrition and Psychosocial services to the key population and people living with HIV/AIDS.
AHF Indonesia is looking for a competent candidate for the position of Country Program Manager. This position provides full support to run the country program. He/She is responsible for strategically leading, directing, developing, and managing AIDS Healthcare Foundation’s (AHF) program in Indonesia.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
- Provide leadership, managerial and technical oversight for AHF’s Indonesia program;
- Prepares and administers program budgets and strategic business plans, and evaluates financial program effectiveness;
- Represent AHF at meetings and conferences with stakeholders such as government, donors, and partner NGOs, in particular those related to HIV/AIDS treatment, technical, and/or policy in Indonesia;
- Responsible for the smooth functioning of the projects, liaise with Ministry of Health, NGO and INGO partners, PLHA groups and other key stakeholders and report on a regular basis to the Asia Bureau Chief (ABC);
- Participate in proposal preparation, in collaboration with AHF Global office, Asia Bureau, and the country team members to conduct field assessment, writing, and negotiations with donors, identification of partners, and preparation of proposal, logical frameworks, work plans, and detailed budgets;
- Initiate potential projects in selected provinces of Indonesia, design program , develop work plans, Gantt charts and revising fundraising and project planning materials for AHF projects in Indonesia;
- Works in collaboration with the Government of Indonesia and other Partner NGOs to implement HIV/AIDS programs including the provisions of testing, treatment and care support, capacity building for health workers;
- Work to develop and secure a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with National and local levels Ministry of Health and other partners as needed;
- Oversee the implementation of ART programs at the CoC (Continuum of Care Centers) – COE’s at the provinces and ensure proper implementation and management of the ART centers;
- Regular detailed reporting of the activities, progress and updates on a weekly, monthly basis to AHF ABC on project activities and a detailed quarterly report for AHF consultations and reviews;
- Solicit opportunities with potential donors to expand AHF operations in HIV treatment and care services in Indonesia;
- Conduct a situational analysis that provides information on treatment related projects or activities, including government treatment plans at various provinces of Indonesia;
- Conduct regular monitoring and evaluation of the project outlined in the work plans and to keep ABC informed of the quality, relevance and other important issues of the project to manage effective implementation to achieve targets of the set objectives;
- Coordinate and develop a supply chain for antiretroviral, opportunistic infection and other related drugs, laboratory services and other supplies and equipment needs;
- Advocacy and partner management. Advocate AHF perspective on HIV/AIDS‐related policy, laws, and regulations in Indonesia;
- Advocate and integrate AHF project into national HIV/AIDS control strategy and build up partnership with other stakeholders in national HIV/AIDS related network, improving communication, experience exchanging and cooperation;
- Update latest information, monitor and report HIV/AIDS‐related policy, laws, and regulations in Indonesia;
- Identify and procure necessary medical equipment, furniture, utilities and other necessary program items;
- Identify training needs, plan and coordinate training programs and activities in collaboration with the ABC, AHF’s Director of Training, and local implementing partners;
- Maintain regular communications with AHF staff and adhere to reporting deadlines;
- Monitor and report any changes across Indonesia in treatment and treatment access issues;
- Monitor the quality of existing HIVAIDS care and treatment services;
- Responsible for supervising and mentoring AHF staff;
- Advise on the human resources need at AHF site(s) and administrative/office levels and assist in identifying suitable candidates;
- And any other task as assigned by AHF Asia Bureau Chief
Qualification and Experiences
- Hold HMD, MPH, or MSc degree and 3‐5 years of relevant experience; or relevant medical degree and/or at least 5 years of relevant experience in managing public health/international development programs.
- Proven skills in management, supervisions, leadership and networking, with at least 3‐5 years supervisory experience
- Knowledge of HIV/AIDS and health related issues
- Highly skilled in HIV /AIDS programming, preferably within a Indonesia context, funded by major donors, such as the U.S. Government, World Bank, Global Fund for AIDS, TB and Malaria corporations, foundations, etc
How to Apply
Interested candidates shall submit his/her letter of application and detailed curriculum vitae in English by email not later than August 31, 2019 to: GlobalHR.Asia@aidshealth.org
Only short-listed candidates will be notified and invited for interview.
Please visit our website to learn more about AHF www.aidshealth.org.
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