Malaria Consortium is recruiting for a Senior Technical Advisor – Programme Quality and Learning to join our team in the UK, Burkina Faso, Chad, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Sudan, Togo or Uganda.
The Senior Technical Advisor – Programme Quality and Learning provides technical oversight to Malaria Consortium’s SMC programme, with a focus on quality, quality improvement and learning across all intervention components. A particular focus will be on creating and maintaining strong linkages between the quality framework and the other SMC programme focus areas. The post-holder will also be responsible more broadly for provision of expert technical and strategic advice across Malaria Consortium’s projects and programmes on issues relating to the quality delivery of at-scale interventions and capturing learning for quality improvement.
Countries: Burkina Faso, Chad, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Sudan, Togo, Uganda, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Career category: Program/Project Management
Years of experience: 10+ years
The successful candidate will have:
- Postgraduate degree in a relevant discipline, for example medicine, nursing, disease control, epidemiology, pharmacology or public health
- Extensive experience in the implementation of communicable diseases control programmes
- within government, a public sector agency, a not-for-profit organisation or research institution
- Substantial experience of leading, implementing and monitoring quality improvement and learning initiatives for community-based health programmes
- Substantial experience of using evidence-based quality improvement and learning practices in a health programme environment
- Extensive experience of field work in low- and middle income countries, particularly in Africa
- Experience providing technical support or technical assistance to at-scale projects or programmes
- Track record of publishing in peer-reviewed journals and communicating findings to academic and non-academic audiences
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To apply for this position you will need to have the right to work in the respective location(s) mentioned above. Malaria Consortium is not able to sponsor a visa. The post holder will receive the national salary and benefits of the country they will be working in.
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