Qualifications, skills and Knowledge.
Masters degree in Public Health, Health Administration, Business
Administration, or a related field. Required Minimum Work Experience (number of years and type of experience).
Ten years of comparable work experience in program administration
/management, with at least five years of work in international and/or
limited resource settings.
Five years or comparable experience in program monitoring and
Strong background in training, facilitation and participatory methods
Experience with the funding and reporting requirements of PEPFAR
and/or other USG or international donor agencies.
Experience in developing and implementing program activities.
Extensive supervisory experience and a commitment to building
staffs personal and organizational capacity.
Excellent problem-solving, decision-making, organizational and
communication skills, with ability to prioritize multiple tasks and
work effectively in a demanding environment.
Excellent interpersonal skills, including patience, flexibility, diplomacy, cross-cultural communication, willingness to listen, and
respect for colleagues.
Demonstrated ability to work both collaboratively and independently.
Clear written and verbal communication skills, and close attention
Possess computer skills including MS Office, PowerPoint, Excel and
SPSS and/or other data or statistical analysis platforms.
Knowledge of and familiarity with international public health issues.
Specific familiarity with HIV/AIDS care and treatment-related issues. Experience working with the Jamaican health system.
(Equivalent experience may substitute for minimum requirements.)