Showing posts with label Accounting/Finance Health. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Accounting/Finance Health. Show all posts

Monday, March 17, 2014

Project Officer (Clinical) - PHFI (Apply by: 28 Mar 2014)

Position Vacant : Project Officer – Clinical

Position Code : PHFI/2014/70-PIPPSE

Place of Posting : One at Technical Support Unit, Gujarat, and One at Technical Support Unit, Rajasthan

Organization Name : Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI)

Company Profile:

Public Health Foundation of India
, a public private initiative to build large scale human resource capacity in public health through its three pronged integrated charter of (a) establishing a network of world class, India-relevant schools of public health & strengthening some of the existing schools (b) establishing standards for public health education through the formation of an accreditation agency and (c) strengthening research and policy in areas related to public health.

Friday, March 14, 2014

Manager Program (Coaching) - PSI - Apply by: 17th March 2014



TITLE: Manager Program (Coaching)

LOCATION: Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

DEPARTMENT: Programs (BetterBirth)

REPORTS TO: Implementation Lead


CATEGORY: Program Support & Management

LAST DATE: 10th March 2014

Friday, March 7, 2014

Accountant for Global Fund R9 TB Project (Project Axshya) - GLRA-India


• Finance graduate, preferably M.Com, with at least 3 years’ of experience
• Candidate should have working knowledge of accounts.
• Must be competent of MS Office, Internet and Tally ERP 9.

Duties & Responsibilities

• Support the program manager and Finance & Admin Officer in development & stream-lining of project budget.
• Responsible for cost controlling and monitoring of the project expenses.
• Responsible for appropriate accounting, budget control, bank reconciliation, and other accounting documents as & when necessary as per the accounting procedures.
• Effective and timely fund disbursement to all Sub-Sub Recipient (SSR) grantees of GFATM, Zonal Coordinators of the districts as per agreement and budget.
• Ensure funds are used appropriately according to the approved budget.
• Compilation and analysis of financial information & preparation of financial reports and statements to the funding agencies within the stipulated period.
• Monitor and review accounting related systems & reports for accuracy and completeness and submission of reports on time.

Monday, February 24, 2014

Manager Programs - Population Services International


TITLE: Manager Programs (Under PEHEL Project)

LOCATION: Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh


REPORTS TO: Senior Manager Programs

SUPERVISES: Network Coordinators, Assistant Manager-Communications, 
Assistant Manager-Network & Data Entry Operators.


CATEGORY: Program Operations

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Project Management Specialist (Global Fund Liaison) - USAID India

USAID/India is accepting applications for the following Foreign Service National (FSN) Personal Services Contract position:

Advertisement No. : USAID/14-01

Position Title : Project Management Specialist (Global Fund Liaison)

Number of Positions : One

Office : Health Office (HO)

Grade : FSN-11

Location : The position is based at New Delhi.

Working Hours : 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm


Master’s degree in Public Health, Epidemiology, Demography, Social or Behavioral Science or a related field is required. An advanced degree - Doctor of Medicine (MD), Juris Doctor (JD), Doctor of Public Health (Dr.PH), or Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), is desired.

Friday, January 24, 2014

Senior Program Officer/ Program Officer - The INCLEN Trust International

Position: Senior Program Officer/ Program Officer 

Organization: The INCLEN Trust International 

Location: Delhi, Vellore (Tamilnadu), Pune (Maharashtra)

About Us: INCLEN is unique global network of clinical epidemiologists, biostatisticians, health social scientists, health economists and other health professionals affiliated with key academic health-care institutions. We are dedicated to improving the health of disadvantaged populations by promoting equitable health care based on the best evidence of effectiveness and the efficient use of resources.We achieve this by using the network to conduct collaborative, inter-disciplinary research on high-priority health problems. The INCLEN Trust International has setup demographic development environmental and health surveillance site (SOMAARTH) in District Palwal, Haryana. 
INCLEN is seeking application for positions of Senior Program Officer/ Program Officer to lead and coordinate project/ program on immunization at these three sites. 

Program Officer – Nutrition Research - The INCLEN Trust International

Position: Program Officer –Nutrition Research)

Organization: The INCLEN Trust International 

Location: INCLEN Executive Office, New Delhi

About Us: INCLEN is unique global network of clinical epidemiologists, biostatisticians, health social scientists, health economists and other health professionals affiliated with key academic health-care institutions. We are dedicated to improving the health of disadvantaged populations by promoting equitable health care based on the best evidence of effectiveness and the efficient use of resources.We achieve this by using the network to conduct collaborative, inter-disciplinary research on high-priority health problems. 

The INCLEN is undertaking a multisite nationwide nutrition research focusing on nutrition of children under five and pregnant women and lactating mother.

Job Description/Responsibilities: 
The incumbent is expected to perform the following tasks; 
• Research protocol development and project instrument designing;
• Assist in writing scientific papers and preparing conference presentations;
• Assist management in implementation of project, performance monitoring of staff and periodic MIS; 
• Coordinate with the partners, funder and government officials and other stakeholders; 
• Work closely with other program and administrative team in program management and related areas;
• Develop and participate in training courses for researchers;
• Ability and desire to travel to study sites in-country frequently as desired;
• Perform professional service as assigned by INCLEN from time to time.

Monday, January 20, 2014

Consultants - National Health Systems Resource Centre (NHSRC)

Consultants – National Health Systems Resource Centre 

NHSRC is hiring consultants to work as part of technical assistance teams in the following areas: Public Health Planning, Community Processes, Human Resources for Health, Health Management Information Systems, Health Care Financing etc. Consultants with in-depth experience in one or more areas would be preferred. For some tasks consultants with MBBS qualification and Public Health are preferred. Consultants are expected to deliver against specific terms of reference finalized at the time of appointment, but this can be modified or changed based on organizational needs.

Terms of Reference
• Systematic collection, documentation & Presentation of information regarding health system and health needs including the inputs to key decision makers. 
• Analysis of data from HMIS & its use for decision makers and the support to states and districts.
• Building capacities at district and state level for making state and district health plans and for review & improving the plans, using both epidemiological and HMIS inputs and support on budgeting and financial planning as required by the poor performing states.
• Provide Technical Assistance in areas related to health systems strengthening Public Health Planning, Community Processes, Human Resources for Health, Health Management Information Systems, Health Care Financing etc. 
• Undertake other assignments, which may be assigned from time to time by the Reporting Officer. 

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Project Manager - CARE India

Project Manager - CARE India

Brief Note on Project:-

CAIRN India and CARE India intends to contribute to improving health status in the district of Barmer in Rajasthan and have developed a joint project that would primarily strengthen delivery of national health programs as well as mobilize communities for better health.

The project goal is to contribute to significant reductions in maternal and infant mortality in Barmer district. The project will also have additional focus on select infectious diseases in the operational area. Considering the methodological difficulties in measuring IMR and MMR at the scale of the project with a statistical significance, CARE would measure improvements in coverage and behaviors that are critical to enhance maternal and infant survival.

The geographic focus of the project will be the district of Barmer with direct intervention support in 3 blocks (Baitu, Sindhari and Dhorimanna) and district level support to government programs to scale up impact in remaining 5 blocks.

The project is proposed for a 5 year period with scope for course-correction as appropriate (however the targets for goals and outcomes will be set for 2017, so as to coincide with the national program cycle – 12th plan).

CARE will engage and mobilize women systematically at the community level and work with community leaders, existing Village Health Nutrition and Sanitation Committees, self-help groups (SHGs) and ASHAs. These will be leveraged to engage women in taking responsibility of their own health in a more systematic way. Appropriate behavior change communications programmes, capacity building and technical assistance from CARE India will be provided to provide impetus to these efforts.

Position: Project Manager

Grade/Level D

Project Integrated Health Initiative Project

Reports to: Regional Program Director

Location: Barmer, Rajasthan

Job Summary:
The Project Manager will provide leadership to the project and will be responsible to manage the interventions to deliver results through effective resource utilization. S/he would lead the process of finalization of project plan working closely/in consultation with the Adviser, Technical Director-Health and the Regional Programme Director, Dalit Hub. 

She/ he would be accountable for all aspects of planning, implementing, monitoring, and budgeting, reporting and coordinating technical assistance for the project. S/he would also be responsible for identifying NGO partners for project implementation, including defining their scope of work.

S/he will also be required to engage in advocacy efforts in accordance with the program design and leverage from networks.

The Project Manager will liaise with relevant state level governmental and nongovernmental agencies, providing guidance and support to the implementing partners as well as reporting regularly on project activities and progress made. She/he will represent CARE at the state level while reporting to the Regional Programme Director.

Job Summary
Key Responsibilities 

• Be responsible for developing and implementing the project plans, including research design and implementation.
• Prepare and implement the district DIP, timelines and training plans and ensure their timely revisions as required.
• Ensure visits field to oversee project activities and provide supportive supervision to the staff, liaise with key counterparts and NGOs.
• Plan and manage the capacity building events and processes with close support from and resource team

• Be responsible for selecting suitable NGO and private sector partners and developing excellent relationships and build their capacities for achieving sustainable program impact
• Select suitable NGOs in consistent with CARE-India’s overall partnership strategies and specific to the project requirement.
• Maintain close communication with NGO chief functionaries and project staff and volunteers to provide supportive supervision as needed
• Ensure participatory analysis of capacity building needs of NGOs and provision of needed technical assistance, training activities and cross visits

• Be responsible to ensure Baseline and project related data used by district as well as Sub partner team for assessing quality and project progress
• Regularly monitor the program progress by collecting and analyzing data from various sources of the program monitoring system of the project and facilitate action by systems.
• Ensure analysis and use of information received at every level.


• Be responsible to represent CARE effectively and maintain productive, collaborative and collegial relationships with Government at the state level 
• Liaison with the state level officials to facilitate engagement of NRHM, RCH and other Governance systems to facilitate implementation of Maternal and Child Health interventions.
• Facilitate planning and review process through the ICDS, NRHM and RCH systems, analyze and use program data to guide implementation through the systems
• Use evidence and data to communicate and convince senior officials at district level on program priorities 
• Facilitate effective participation of all the members in consortia meeting and their meaningful involvement in program implementation. Escort/facilitate travel of visitors/reviewers to the field as and when required
• Maintain an district level updated profile of good agencies and resource persons, short-list potential ones and explore possibilities of collaboration


• Be responsible for district level documentation of project activities and lessons learned, submission of progress reports and other reports required for CARE systems 
• Ensure timely submission of district level report as per given guideline 
• Ensure timely submission of programmatic and financial report by Sub partner reports and its quarterly submission to state office.
• Consolidating the data and report.
• Generating the donor report and monitoring the expenditure against budget.


• Be responsible for supervision of the reportees.
• Be fully familiar with the Performance Management Handbook to have annual performance plans established with your direct reports, conduct their mid-term reviews and annual appraisals
• Be responsible to develop effective individual personal development and project related training plans for enhancement of staff skills and to increase their capacity for high quality performance
• Be responsible for recruiting and timely placement of Sub- Partner Staff in collaboration with the NGO chief functionaries. Engage with senior State level officials to ensure their ownership
• Provide supportive supervision and management support to Program Officers: planning, monitoring and program reviews
• Define the scope of sub-district level support through NGOs
• Channel technical and operational support to districts 


• Be responsible for conducting baseline, midterm and endline surveys
• Be responsible to unpack inter-sectoral convergence using implementation science methodologies: the strategic integration of services based on the best available science and a careful demonstration of how to overcome implementation challenges to deliver services effectively and efficiently for the greatest impact

Contract/Key Relationships 
• Project officer (Health facility improvement) 
• Project officers (Community level outreach and BCC) 
• Finance and Admin Assistant
• Community Outreach coordinators
• Partner NGOs staff and volunteers

Working Conditions
• Based in Barmer, Rajasthan
• 60% travel to villages
• Ability to work in team.
• Leadership and team building skills. 
• Eager to travel extensively to block and villages and gather information and monitor the interventions on program quality 

Qualification & Experience
• Master’s degree in Public Health, Nutrition, Social Medicine, Management or Social Sciences
• At least 8 years experience in rural community development, with a significant focus on maternal & child nutrition and health. At least 5 years experience in program / project management

Skills & Competencies 
• Demonstrated leadership and team management skills
• Experience of working with the national program at state land district levels, especially RCH, NRHM and ICDS
• Strong facilitation and people mobilization skills, especially in mobilizing Government systems.
• Partnership management
• Proficiency in verbal and written communication on English and Hindi. 
• Sensitive to gender and diversity issues.
• Ability to use computers and manage data independently.

Candidates should visit to apply for the positions online.

The last date of receiving applications will be 9th December 2013. Only short-listed candidates would be contacted. Qualified women are encouraged to apply.

Program Assistant - IntraHealth International Inc.


Capacity Plus Project, Jharkhand


Job Title : Program Assistant

Supervisor : Program Manager

Geographic Location : Ranchi, Jharkhand, India

Salary Band : B

Duration : Short Term Employment (Up to May 31, 2014)

Position Summary

The Program Assistant will provide administrative and general programmatic support to the Project Director and the program team based in Ranchi to help the Capacity Plus HRIS project achieve its purpose. The Program Assistant is expected to model the values of integrity, genuineness, a commitment to excellence and respect. 

Key Responsibilities
The Program Support Officer will work as a part of the USAID-funded CapacityPlus project team in Jharkhand and will carry out the following tasks:

Responsibilities related to Technical Team
• Assist in providing all needed logistical support in organizing meetings, workshops, conferences, and events (venues, supplies, invitations, catering, follow up calls)
• Respond to inquiries about the project work, via correspondence, email or phone
• Assist in drafting letters, dispatching letters and other documents 
• Assist in preparing and updating PowerPoint presentations and other documents
• Maintain organized files and records of technical team activities, both electronic and hard copy
• Maintain the technical sections of the project’s internal web site (SharePoint site)
• Maintain contacts and databases of technical experts, Nutrition Coalition members and associated groups and others as needed by the technical team 
• Work with Knowledge Management sub-team on document dissemination, information fairs, maintaining photo files, and other knowledge management activities 
• Support data quality review and undertake periodic data quality monitoring in selected districts
• Provide other general technical support as needed

Responsibilities related to Operations Team
• Maintain Petty Cash balance and expenditure record 
• Prepare vouchers for Petty Cash transactions
• Support the team in procurement of goods/services by assisting in preparation of summary bid analysis
• Prepare Travel Expenditure reports (TER) for staff
• Make travel bookings, transport arrangements and accommodation arrangements
• Ensure proper Housekeeping
• Manage and keep a track of the office consumables and supplies
• Maintain inventory records for the office
• Work with vendors for obtaining regular services and payment transactions 
• Maintain contacts and databases of vendors and consultants
• Perform other administrative and coordination tasks as needed
• Manage the Front Office as and when required
• Work collaboratively with other members of the operations team

Qualifications and Capacities

Qualifications and Competencies:
• Bachelor’s degree required
• Minimum of two years administrative experience, preferably with the health or development sector 
• Must have excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office, use of Internet)
• Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and Hindi

• Strong interpersonal and communications skills
• Strong ability to multi-task even under pressure 
• Ability to organize work, set priorities and manage time to get work done within deadlines
• Proven ability to work well with diverse groups and as part of a team 
• Consultative and collaborative approach

• Adaptability and ability to cope with change
• Ability to solve problems 

To apply please send your updated CV to latest by December 15, 2013 and mention ‘Program Assistant, Ranchi’ in the subject line.

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Project Manager - Newborn Sepsis - Save the Children - Patna, Bihar

Position: Project Manager - Newborn Sepsis (Job  Code : PM-NBS)
Location: Patna, Bihar
E-mail Id to send the applications : (please mention job code in the subject line)
Last date to send the application : 12th December 2013
Type of employment : Consultancy one year (extendable based on project requirement)      
Job Summary:
The Integrated Family Health Initiative (IFHI) program is a five-year project funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation that aims to increase use and coverage of maternal, newborn, child, and women’s health and nutrition interventions within the state of Bihar. The program aims to assist the state substantially reduce maternal, neonatal, and child mortality contributing to an accelerated progress towards achieving MDG 4 and 5 targets, working in partnership with governments, civil society organizations, and communities at large. A consortium of organizations, led by CARE, India supports the implementation of this program, with the Saving Newborn Lives (SNL) program of Save the Children (SC) India serving as the technical partner agency for the Newborn Care component.  The Project Manager – Newborn Sepsis, a SC staff based in Patna, Bihar, works with and reports to the Technical Director – IFHI, with daily coordination with the Manager – Newborn Health, and frequent collaboration with the SNL India and Washington, DC teams.
The Project Manager - Newborn Sepsis will play a critical role in implementing technical interventions in the management of newborn sepsis. Based in Patna, the position will be responsible for overall leadership of the neonatal sepsis management project. S/he will be working closely with the Quality Improvement team and the M&E team to analyze and understanding data obtained from the field and ensure use of data for improving the quality of implementation of the newborn health services. S/he will also oversee training and implementation activities to ensure the intervention is carried out as designed. Thus, in close collaboration with the Manager – Newborn Health, ensuring learning from the field is incorporated and developed into technically sound and responsive interventions.
S/he will be required to visit the implementation district routinely. This position will report to the Technical Director – IFHI, and will communicate with the Manager - Newborn Health on a regular basis and with SC-India and SNL teams biweekly. 
Key Responsibilities:
Key responsibilities will include:
• Strategic planning;
• Detailed implementation and management planning;
• Establishing solid working relationships with the government, IFHI, and other partners Working in the district as well as with the state level GOB and IFHI authorities;
• Obtain approval on the standards/protocols, operational guidelines, and training and BCC packages;
• Workplan development and implementation;
• Personnel and financial management;
• Program monitoring and evaluation, documentation, and dissemination;
• Developing a sustainable exit strategy. 
S/he will ensure the effective use of resources in compliance with IFHI regulations and policies. This position will be required to communicate regularly with the IFHI Technical Team and SNL HO and India staff.

Qualification & Experience:
Required:• Master’s in Public Health or similar medical degree
• Extensive technical experience in designing and implementing newborn health interventions in Bihar or in similar settings
• Experience in program planning and management, monitoring and evaluation, quantitative and qualitative research methods and analysis
• Understanding of health systems and working in partnerships
• Extensive knowledge of newborn health as well as the global thinking on evidence based interventions
• Ability to manage complex health programs

Preferred:• Research experience in MNCH
• Medical or nursing training

Skills & Competencies:
• Proven ability to conceptualize, analyze, innovate, plan, write and execute ideas, as well as impart knowledge and skills
• Eye for detail, ability to multi-task and problem solve
• Demonstrates efficient decision making and problem solving skills
• Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
• Ability to function effectively as a team member
• Fluency in English and proficiency in Hindi essential
Full time, housed in CARE/IFHI office in Patna with up to 60% time spent in the implementation district.
Interested candidates should mention the job code in the subject line and send their CV as an attachment at
Save the Children aims to be an equal opportunity employer. Women candidates are encouraged to apply. Recruitment and selection procedures & checks reflect our commitment to protect children from abuse.

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