Senior Program Manager, Integrated Campaign Digitization
Job TypeFull Time
Experience5 years
Job FieldProject Management


Project management and coordination


Lead and drive the success of the initiative working collaboratively and coordinating with internal CHAI teams and external partners
Serve as a key advisor to senior leadership, regional managers, and technical teams on the progress, challenges and opportunities related to the project
Proactively monitor and manage project execution (planning, implementation, and dissemination) to ensure that expected deliverables and targets are achieved on time and within budget
Coordinate the day-to-day functioning of the project, including preparing and updating project workplans, providing inputs into regional and country workplans to ensure project activities are adequately reflected, leading communications, and providing support to all internal stakeholders involved
Proactively identify issues related to project execution and evaluate potential consequences and risk levels
Problem-solve challenges in meeting project objectives, including internal and external conflict resolution, budget constraints, and other operational challenges
Continually and collaboratively identify new opportunities to add value and maximize project’s impact
Ensure project compliance with all administrative, financial, and contractual requirements
Support formulation of sub-awards as needed, including defining clear and actionable scope of work, timelines for contact deliverables, negotiating and finalizing budgets with partners

Team management and communications

Manage communications across technical teams, country teams, and regional managers to ensure timely delivery on cross-cutting project activities
Working closely with the regional managers, travel as needed to provide assistance to country program managers and staff across focus countries
Assist country teams to manage effective implementation of planned activities, including adherence to timelines and coordinating review and feedback from technical teams.
Support the hiring of project staff, including preparing job descriptions, participating in the interview process, and developing onboarding approaches and materials
Support sharing of information, best practices, standardized approaches and lessons learned across countries

Donor financial reporting and communications

Contribute to development of project and financial donor reports, including supporting coordination of regular donor updates, soliciting inputs from relevant teams and ensuring adherence to reporting timelines
Review and provide input to the budgeting process, including review of expenditures and decisions on reallocating funds
Develop or contribute to the formulation of templates for grant deliverables, formulate project reports and presentations, and coordinate with leadership to provide appropriate updates and reports on activities
Review and ensure high quality and up-to-date documentation of project activities, achievements, and grant deliverables
Support dissemination of findings both internally and externally through high-quality presentations, reports, and publications.


Master’s Degree in Public Health, Business Administration or related field strongly preferred; or Bachelor’s degree minimum with exceptional experience
Minimum of 5 years of work experience with increasing levels of responsibility and leadership
Fluency in French and English
Experience working on complex, multi-country, decentralized projects with verifiable results
Exceptional problem-solving solving skills and analytical capabilities. Ability to effectively scope problems, anticipate and pre-empt emerging issues, and make decisions with conviction even in highly ambiguous contexts
Experience in strategy development, planning, and project implementation
Ability to work independently without extensive structural or operational support (handle multiple tasks simultaneously, set priorities, delegate and work independently)
Demonstrated ability to learn quickly, connect the dots and act upon technical information and translate scientific knowledge into actionable insights for decision-making. Ability to adapt to new environments and challenges.
Experience in capacity building, mentorship and management of remote or decentralized teams
Exceptional attention to detail
Experience working and communicating with government officials and multilateral organizations
Excellent written and oral communication skills, with strong spoken and written English, and skill in making persuasive presentations and written reports
High levels of proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Ability to be effective, calm, and flexible in high-pressure situations
Ability to travel up to 40-60% of the year


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About Equity Afia Medical Centre - KISERIAN

The Clinton Health Access Initiative, Inc. (CHAI) was founded in 2002 with a transformational goal: help save the lives of millions of people living with HIV/AIDS in the developing world by dramatically scaling up antiretroviral treatment. When CHAI was founded, many viewed this goal as unreasonable because health systems in poor countries were too weak and prices of relevant drugs and diagnostic tests were too high. CHAI played a leadership role, working alongside governments and other partners, to lower the costs of treatment and help build the in-country systems necessary to provide lifesaving treatment to millions of people. Since then, CHAI has pursued several similarly ambitious goals, from scaling up pediatric AIDS treatment in order to achieve equity with adults in a time frame few thought possible, to rapidly accelerating the rollout of new vaccines.