Regional HIV Program Manager
Regional HIV Program Manager: Eastern Caribbean
(Trinidad, Suriname, Barbados and Bahamas)
Our client FHI360, is working with stakeholders to reduce HIV transmission among key populations in the Caribbean. They are seeking qualified candidates for the position of the LINKAGES Regional HIV Program Manager: Eastern Caribbean for the USAID-funded project across the Continuum of HIV Services for Key Populations Affected by HIV (LINKAGES), under the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) program.
The Regional HIV Program Manager will provide programmatic, operational and technical support and supervision to the regional LINKAGES Program, which includes Trinidad, Suriname, Barbados and Bahamas. The primary responsibility of the Regional HIV Program Manager is to ensure successful, timely implementation of the LINKAGES work plan and achievement of the project’s targets and goals across the three areas:
- Result 1: Increased availability of comprehensive prevention, care and treatment services, including reliable coverage across the continuum of care for key populations.
- Result 2: Demand for comprehensive prevention, care and treatment services among key populations enhanced and sustained.
- Result 3: Strengthened systems for planning, monitoring, evaluating and assuring the quality of programs for key populations
The position will be based in Port of Spain, Trinidad but travel to the other countries as necessary. This position reports to the LINKAGES Deputy Director Program Management, FHI360, Washington DC.
- Masters level degree in Public Health, International Development or Management or related field.
- A least 10 years of technical and program management experience including work in developing countries.
- At least 5 years demonstrated experience in HIV prevention, care, and treatment programming.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills in English.
- Proven skills in the implementation of HIV prevention, care, and treatment projects for key populations in the region.
- Knowledge of processes for developing and implementing HIV prevention, care, and treatment programs.
- Proven skills in mentoring, leadership and networking.
- Sensitivity to cultural differences and understanding of the political and ethical issues surrounding public health issues among key populations.
- Ability to manage and complete numerous tasks with a high degree of organization and limited resources.
- Experience working with civil society organizations to implement HIV and/or health-related activities.
- Experience of establishing strong working relationships within different organizations and cultures.
- Ability to meet deadlines with strong attention to consistency, detail, and quality.
- Ability to travel within country or region and internationally if needed.
A detailed job description is available on request. Suitably qualified candidates openly living with
HIV and/or who are representative of the key populations affected by HIV are encouraged to apply.