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 seeks a Project Manager (PM)—HIV Service Innovations for an anticipated CDC-funded, “Achieving and Sustaining Epidemic Control in India through Technical Assistance to India’s National AIDS Control Program by Strengthening the HIV Prevention to Treatment Cascade under the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief.” The goal of this project is to support the National AIDS Control Program (NACP) to achieve HIV epidemic control in priority geographies by implementing comprehensive activities and services across the prevention to treatment cascade.
NOTE: This position is contingent upon donor funding.
- Plan, direct, and coordinate the technical and implementation teams to ensure activities are accomplished on time and within budget, and project targets achieved.
- Oversee program monitoring: lead technical and implementation team meetings to review progress against targets and adapt activities to address areas of underperformance, ensure achievement of targets, and scale up promising, evidence-based approaches and innovations.
- Under the Project Director’s direction, manage the project team to develop annual work plans, regular reporting, and other donor-requested deliverables (quarterly progress reports, DATIM, PEPFAR Oversight and Accountability Response Team reviews, etc.).
- Adapt existing or develop new guidelines, tools, standard operating procedures (SOP), and other materials to be used by the project to improve HIV and TB/HIV service delivery, including processes, tools, and guidelines related to new digital tools, monitoring service quality, and continuous quality improvement (CQI).
- Support development, rollout, and scale of CQI processes to improve analysis and use of program- and patient-level data by service providers and NACO staff, and drive technical mentorship of service providers and district/cluster state team to reach targets.
- Remain updated on cutting edge technology and service innovations in HIV and TB/HIV services, and actively seek opportunities to integrate innovations into project activities.
- Provide day-to-day technical guidance and mentorship on technical strategies being developed or rolled out by the project.
- Establish and maintain strong working partnerships with consortium partners, including coordinating with the Project Director to ensure that consortium partners submit required deliverables.
- Work with project staff and partners to identify, document, and disseminate best practices.