Panagora Group, a small business providing novel and integrated solutions in global health and international development, provides long- and short-term technical experts to support strategic engagement, advocacy, and knowledge management and communications (KMC) activities through strategic planning, implementation, and capacity building.
USAID’s Next Generation Global Health Supply Chain Suite of Programs (NextGen), as part of the Global Health Supply Chain (GHSC) program, ensures quality procurement and delivery of health commodities through robust global and local supply chains, while strengthening in-country supply chains. Within this global initiative, the Comprehensive Technical Assistance for Health Supply Chain and Pharmaceutical Management (Comprehensive TA) IDIQ will strengthen local supply chain systems, increase the availability of quality-assured, essential health commodities, and strengthen local pharmaceutical management capacity. The supply chain and pharmaceutical management technical services will be conducted collaboratively and in close coordination with other mechanisms and stakeholders of the NextGen Suite of Programs.
Panagora Group seeks a MEL Director to be proposed as part of the anticipated NextGen Comprehensive Technical Assistance for Health Supply Chain and Pharmaceutical Management (Comprehensive TA) IDIQ award. The MEL Director will oversee a team of long- and short-term specialists to ensure the activity blends data analytics, monitoring and evaluating (M&E), implementation learning, and knowledge management to sustainably strengthen health supply chains.
- Lead a diverse team of long- and short-term technical specialists to provide technical and advisory services in planning, designing, conducting, disseminating, and learning from M&E and other data related to USAID global health supply chain activities.
- Provide technical leadership in the development and implementation of the project’s monitoring, evaluation and learning plan and CLA framework and processes to create, capture, organize, share, and apply knowledge to strengthen global health supply chains toward sustainably achieving USAID health outcomes.
- Responsible for oversight of gathering and evaluating information and ensuring that findings are accurately presented in all internal and external reporting and tracking tools.
- Lead development and design of project systems to track program progress against indicators and targets.
- Lead development and implementation of performance monitoring plans, reports, work plans, and required routine reports.
- Oversee activities to strengthen M&E systems and processes, performance monitoring and evaluation, and learning capabilities of USAID and other targeted stakeholders.
- Ensure project scope and activities are compliant with USAID policies.
- Master’s degree or higher in public health, international development, business, social sciences, or other relevant discipline.
- At least ten (10) years of demonstrated experience monitoring and evaluating public health and private sector health initiatives.
- Proven experience designing, implementing, and supervising M&E efforts for multi-country complex programs including development of performance metrics and frameworks to benchmark systems improvements and achievement of results.
- At least five years of experience leading diverse technical teams in a knowledge management, change management or strategic communications initiative, both onsite and remotely.
- Demonstrated experience developing the capacity of program staff in setting goals and objectives, identifying outputs and outcomes, and collecting and using indicator data, including designing a system of programmatic results and their contribution to country, regional, and global improvements.
- Proven ability to design rigorous qualitative and quantitative data collection systems and knowledge of data analysis methods.
- Strong understanding of USAID regulations, approaches, and operations, especially as they relate to M&E reporting requirements, collaboration, and global health; experience in medicine quality practices and health supply chains required.
- Possess strong interpersonal, writing, and organizational skills for reporting on program and study results.
- Familiarity with USAID and public health programming required.
- English required; proficiency in one or more foreign languages preferred.
How to apply
Panagora Group is a small business providing novel and integrated solutions in global health and international development. Our goal is to provide innovative solutions that build national capacity and promote sustainability through robust local participation and capacity building, utilizing highly integrated and private sector solutions. Throughout our work, we embrace a virtuous circle of knowledge stewardship, collaborative learning, and application of evidence to heighten and accelerate positive health and development outcomes.
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