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PATH is a global organization that works to accelerate health equity by bringing together public institutions, businesses, social enterprises, and investors to solve the world’s most pressing health challenges. With expertise in science, health, economics, technology, advocacy, and dozens of other specialties, PATH develops and scales solutions—including vaccines, drugs, devices, diagnostics, and innovative approaches to strengthening health systems worldwide.
PATH’s global HIV & TB team is currently implementing a broad portfolio of projects in more than a dozen countries including TB projects in Central Asia, India, Ukraine, and Zambia, and HIV projects in India, Indonesia, Kenya, Uganda, and Vietnam. The technical advisor will provide technical support to ensure quality implementation across a range of global TB and HIV projects and will contribute to new business development efforts with the HIV/TB global program team.
PATH is recruiting for a Technical Advisor who will play a technical guidance and representational role for the Global HIV/TB program and key projects.
- Provide guidance to HIV/TB Global Program projects and positioning/proposal development efforts on WHO and PEPFAR guidance/recommendations/best practices for HIV, TB, and coinfection
- Provide guidance to project teams to implement clear, innovative approaches, tools, and models to improve TB, HIV, and/or coinfection outcomes.
- Design and guide implementation of solutions to increase HIV and TB case finding and treatment retention/success
- Work closely with assigned PATH projects, country stakeholders, donors, and partners to continuously share, manage and adapt work plans as needed to build consensus and alignment, complete deliverables, and ensure PATH project success
- Contribute to and review project annual work plans, budgets, and technical progress reports
- Advise project technical teams by reviewing and providing feedback and guidance on project materials (e.g., tools and guidelines) and activity plans
- Guide development, generate ideas, develop, and review/provide feedback on abstracts and satellite sessions for international conferences, case studies, thought pieces, and other technical documents for HIV and TB projects including peer reviewed publications.
- Represent PATH externally at donor workshops and meetings; at international conferences; and with peer organizations and private sector partners.
- Identify, initiate, and participate in new opportunities, program design, proposal writing, and other business development efforts.
- Participate in development and implementation of monitoring, evaluation, and learning plans through input, data analysis, documentation, and dissemination of project achievements