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ICAP at Columbia University Vacancies 2023 for Country Director Jobs in South Sudan Location.
ICAP at Columbia University Jobs in South Sudan 2023:- New job notification not for ICAP at Columbia University job opportunity portal for tahe post of Country Director. Country Director Vacancy is for the South Sudan location. Candidates should apply through www.icap.columbia.edu before the last date which is 28/08/2023.
Country Director Jobs at ICAP at Columbia University Details
|Recruiter Name||ICAP at Columbia University|
|Name of Vacancy||Country Director Vacancy in South Sudan|
|Job Location||South Sudan|
|Job Type||UN Jobs in South Sudan|
|Top Job Category of the day||NGO Jobs in South Sudan|
Country Director Jobs Description
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, ICAP at Columbia University, the Country Director
serves as the primary ICAP representative in-country and is responsible for the strategic
leadership and direction of all of ICAP’s programs of research, technical assistance and
training in-country. Responsible for managing all aspects of the country program, including all
technical, programmatic and operational aspects, for ensuring optimal use of human, financial
and physical resources and for full compliance with donor regulations and requirements and
University policies. Leads the implementation and monitoring of ICAP’s portfolio of work incountry. As the representative of ICAP in-country, responsible for developing and maintaining
highly collaborative working relationships with representatives from the Government,
academic institutions, donors, supporters and other implementing and collaborating partners.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Provides strategic leadership to the design and implementation of country programs,
projects and activities and oversees program planning, monitoring, reporting and
Ensures optimal use of human, financial, and physical resources to successfully meet project
milestones and technical quality standards, and to achieve project objectives, deliverables
Provides leadership and manages to ensure that all projects and activities are executed in
line with and meet the technical standards and expectations of ICAP and its donors and
Oversees and coordinates the successful completion of planning and budgeting
requirements of the country office.
Ensures mechanisms are in place to monitor the implementation of projects, including
progress toward achieving objectives and targets with high quality and on-time
Provides effective oversight to all financial and administrative functions undertaken by the
country office to ensure efficient and effective and the provision of sufficient administrative
support to all projects.
Ensure that all activities are undertaken in full compliance with ICAP standard operating
procedures, Columbia University and donor policies and regulations, and national policies and
Develops and maintains highly collaborative working relationships with representatives from
the Government, academic institutions, donors, supporters and other implementing and
Ensures documentation and dissemination of findings, impact, innovations, and lessons learned.
Leads in-country efforts for development and mobilization of new resources and donor
Perform other related duties, as assigned.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
Education, Qualifications & Experience
MBcHB / MD (or international equivalent), PhD, MPH, or other relevant advanced degree in the
fields of public health or international development
Minimum eight (8) years of experience managing large international public health or human
development programs with at least 5 years of experience in managing public health programs
in resource-limited settings.
Demonstrated experience in HIV/AIDS program development, implementation and monitoring
in resource-limited settings.
Demonstrated knowledge of technical content areas relevant to the current projects within the
ICAP in-country portfolio.
Proven record of leading donor-funded projects, which consistently meet objectives and targets.
Demonstrated experience working on or leading health and development projects supported by
the US Government, the Global Fund, the UN system agencies, foundations or other bilateral
Demonstrated knowledge of rules, regulations and requirements of USG and other major
Demonstrated experience and skills in public health diplomacy, negotiations and cross-cultural
Excellent oral presentation and writing skills.
Demonstrated ability to identify, analyze and resolve problems, constraints and issues relevant
to project implementation and performance.
Proven ability to lead, manage and mentor a culturally diverse team operating in complex
Excellent knowledge of English
In-depth knowledge of the country’s public health sector and national and provincial health
Demonstrated experience overseeing the design and implementation of research studies, public
health evaluations and training and education programs.
Frequent in-country travel within the country; at least 2 trips per month, with each trip taking 3-
2-4 international trips each year, each taking 5-10 days.
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