|HEALTHRISE INDIA COUNTRY PROGRAM DIRECTOR|| Post # : 98584|
|Date Posted :||October 1, 2014 |
|Location:||Delhi, India |
|Salary/Rate:|| 2400000 |
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ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Represents the overall aim of the program to a variety of stakeholders from local communities leaders to high-level government officials
• Leads all activities in support of program management of the country program
• Leads the design, implementation, monitoring and revision of work plans and budgets
• Management and accountability for deliverables and expenditures based on approved work plans and budgets
• Leads grant solicitation process, grant awards, grant monitoring, and grant close out
• Leads the selection of stakeholders and experts to serve in an advisory and consultative capacity to the Country Advisory Committee and district level bodies as needed
• Leads and facilitates the Country Advisory Committee, and any district level bodies, as appropriate in keeping with project objectives and priorities
• Identifies, recognizes and promotes partnership opportunities to leverage project impact
• Designs and implements the India thought leadership plan and contributes to HealthRise global thought leadership
• Supervises the HealthRise Program Associate
• Liaises with timely engagement with Abt HealthRise team supporting India, Medtronic Philanthropy and key staff in India, and IHME.
Note: The roles and responsibilities outlined above are not meant to be an exhaustive list of tasks. The need for flexibility is required and the job holder is expected to carry out any other related duties that are within the employee's skills and abilities whenever reasonably instructed.
• Minimum Masters Degree with 10 years of complex program management and leadership experience OR the equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience with international/global programs, private sector environments, and community engagement preferred.
• Seasoned understanding of and experience in underserved communities, key interventions across
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