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PATH is a global nonprofit dedicated to health equity. With more than 40 years of experience forging multisector partnerships, and expertise in science, economics, technology, advocacy, and dozens of other specialties, PATH develops and scales up innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing health challenges.
PATH’s HIV and Tuberculosis (HIV & TB) portfolio includes programs in multiple countries and continents that involve expansion of community-based care, introduction of new technologies and service delivery models, and strengthening the continuums of care. PATH is seeking a Program Officer to serve as a technical and programmatic resource to ongoing TB and HIV projects in Kenya, India, and Ukraine and to build the HIV & TB portfolio of projects by working with program leaders to research, develop, and draft concept notes and proposals. This position will report directly to the HIV & TB Managing Director and be based in either PATH’s Washington, DC or Seattle, WA office.
Specific Responsibilities Include:
- Research, write and track proposals and business development opportunities for the Program.
- Serve as the primary day-to-day liaison between the HIV & TB program and select country staff and partners.
- Provide direct support to project staff in focus countries, including program coordination and backstopping; research; report writing; project start-up and close-out; and work plan development.
- Monitor project activities to ensure adherence to project work plans, timelines, resource allocations, and deliverable schedules via regular contact and coordination with in-country staff.
- Secure expertise and resources for PATH’s staff and partners in planning, organizing, and implementing activities.
- Alert management and solicit input as required in case of the emergence of potential problems.
- Work with in-country staff to document activities and successes, and write abstracts, success stories, journal articles, or other materials to share achievements.
- Develop content for PATH communications and external events, including blogs, case studies, policy reports, fact sheets or briefs, newsletters, and PowerPoint presentations.
- Conduct research on TB, HIV, gender, and/or health behaviors in key focus countries, including identification of critical issues, partners, and potential strategies for response.