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PATH is currently recruiting for a Program Officer.
PATH is a global nonprofit dedicated to achieving health equity. With more than 40 years of experience forging multisector partnerships, and with 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 has an office established in Myanmar since late 2013. The PATH Myanmar Country Program is currently implementing a broad portfolio of activities on a range of health issues including nutrition, vaccines and immunization systems strengthening, maternal and child health, sexual and reproductive health, and infectious diseases.
PATH is seeking a Program Officer, HIV/Tuberculosis (TB) who will coordinate and implement USAID HIV/TB AIS project in Myanmar under the supervision of PATH’s AIS Technical Lead, Tuberculosis (TB). This person will help AIS partners implement HIVST, PrEP, and private sector engagement activities as per the PATH – AIS workplan.
The specific responsibilities include:
- Provide technical assistance to develop strategies on HIV and TB prevention, diagnosis, and treatment services, while also testing, optimizing, and scaling technology and differentiated service delivery innovations.
- Provide technical support for the country’s adoption of new global normative guidance and new innovations policies as well as timely scale-up.
- Conduct consultation and planning meetings with stakeholders such as and partners supporting the implementation of CBT, HIVST and PrEP
- Conduct key informant interviews and focus group discussions to support tailored service delivery options for the implementation of PrEP and HIVST.
- Support the development of HIV specific training materials, standard operating procedures, job aids and supportive supervision tools needed to ensure technical excellence, quality, and good client outcomes from the implementation of novel HIV service delivery innovations (e.g., PrEP and HIVST).
- Engage and prepare project sites in coordination with relevant stakeholders
- Support the development and design of private sector engagement models for innovate HIV service delivery implementation options
- Participate in technical working groups, workshops, task force groups, and expert committees to identify gaps in HIV diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.
- Coordinate and work with consortium partners, and broader HIV and TB partners for implementation of AIS project
- Support the development of annual work plans, progress reports, and other required deliverables.
- Ensure that all the project documents and reports are filed and updated.
- Provide inputs to the budget revision and financial report process.
- Other tasks required by Technical Leads.