Head of Monitoring and Evaluation
Malaria Consortium
há 4 dias
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Organisational background

Established in 2003, Malaria Consortium is one of the world’s leading non-profit organisations specialising in the comprehensive prevention, control and treatment of malaria and other communicable diseases among vulnerable and under privileged populations.

We increasingly find our work on malaria can be effectively integrated with other similar public health interventions for greater impact and therefore expanded our remit to include child health and neglected tropical disease interventions.

We work in Africa and Asia with communities, governments, academic institutions, and local and international organisations, to ensure effective delivery of services, which are supported by strong evidence.

Our areas of expertise include :

  • disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment
  • disease control and elimination
  • systems strengthening
  • research, monitoring and evaluation leading to best practice
  • behaviour change communication
  • national and international advocacy and policy development
  • Country and project background

    Malaria Consortium began working in Mozambique in 2005, supporting the development of distribution systems for long lasting insecticidal nets in the country.

    Our work grew from there to focus on public health communications that sought to increase malaria awareness and preventive behaviours, particularly among school children and teachers.

    Using malaria as an entry point, we expanded into integrated community health projects that focused on diagnosing and treating the most common childhood illnesses mainly malaria, pneumonia and diarrhea.

    Throughout, we have consistently strived to integrate our work into government-led health programmes and ensure sustainability.

    After the completion of a short malaria surveillance planning grant, Malaria Consortium is starting a 3 years implementation grant looking at strengthening malaria surveillance in Mozambique.

    This project will pursue the following outcomes :

  • Improved availability, demand and use of quality (malaria and coverage) data informing decision making;
  • Malaria surveillance transformed as a key intervention guiding operational and strategic decision making across all strata;
  • A routine iMISS-related monitoring and accountability action log established, implemented and followed up; and
  • Sustained capacity for surveillance all levels.
  • This project would require field implementation in the selected provinces.

    Job purpose

    The Chief of Party will provide overall leadership, ensuring achievement of project deliverables and partners’ and stakeholders’ management.

    The COP will lead a team comprised of other senior-level staff and manage implementing partners to ensure proper planning, implementation, reporting, financial management, and compliance.

    The COP will coordinate with government and other stakeholders to ensure that activities complement ongoing initiatives and adhere to country and global standards.

    The COP will also actively engage and advocate with other potential stakeholders and donors to mobilize resources and create synergies towards increased effective investment in malaria surveillance and control.

    Scope of work

    The post holder will provide overall technical and management leadership to the design and implementation of the project and manage the entire team across the selected provinces for focused field implementation.

    This role is line managed by the Country Director.

    Key working relationships

    Internally this role will work closely with the Country Director, Country technical Coordination and the Principal investigator of the grant (Head of Surveillance, Monitoring and Evaluation).

    Externally, the CoP will be the primary liaison with BMGF. The CoP will coordinate with Ministry of Health, National Malaria Control Programme, project partner organisations and other stakeholders.

    He / She will also oversee that strong relationships are maintained in the provinces of operations.

    Key accountabilities

    Programme management and coordination (40%)

  • Responsible for the overall planning, implementation and management of the project to achieve expected results in a timely and cost-effective manner, applying best practice and tools in project cycle management
  • Develop and maintain an integrated vision and approach for the project, that articulates all dimensions of the project and guide implementation to achieve the results as defined in the award
  • Lead the planning of all project activities and set high performance standards ensuring adherence to technical standards, best practices and donor guidelines
  • Ensure technical excellence through identifying the technical expertise needs and sourcing when required
  • Ensure timely, high-quality and complete submission of work plans, quarterly and annual reports, financial reports, and any other reports required by BMGF
  • Strategic Planning and Leadership (20%)

  • Champion the project vision and to foster collaborative relationships across the project team, implementation partners, government partners, and other key stakeholders including the donor (BMGF)
  • Develop and maintain a partners and stakeholders communication and management strategy to ensure strong lines of communication and collaboration are established and maintained
  • Conduct regular context and stakeholders’ analysis and diagnosis to adapt and improve the project implementation strategy and coordination mechanisms for success
  • Ensure continued and constructive dialogue and discussion within the project team and with partners to create a meaningful process and clarify mandates, within the project vision of success
  • Promote sustainability of project activities with effective networking, linkages to other programs, capacity building of project staff, and institutional strengthening of implementing partners
  • Operational, HR and Logistics Management (10%)

  • Be the primary manager of sub-awards and contracts to deliver on project specific activities, including implementing partners assessment, guidance and management
  • Work with the Country Technical Coordinator and Country Director in the recruitment and selection of project teams to ensure positions are timely filled with the right set of skills.
  • Line manage the assigned Project staff using performance-based management approaches. Work towards high individual and team performance.
  • Work closely with the Operations team to ensure that all items and supplies required for the project are procured in a timely manner and in line with Malaria Consortium and donor policies and procedures.
  • Support project provincial teams to comply with Malaria Consortium policies and procedures, and in line with donor compliance requirements,.
  • Financial management (15%)

  • Work with Country Finance Manager and Country Director to prepare forecasts, monitor expenditure and budget compliance on a regular basis, and maintain adequate financial management of the project in line with Malaria Consortium and donor policies and procedures.
  • Report on budget consumption on a quarterly basis and draw attention of the Country Director on any concerns and develop plans to mitigate any under or over expenditure.
  • External representation (10%)

  • Coordinate the production and presentation of a range of communication outputs and publications (presentations, news pieces, papers) at local, regional and international fora to share experiences, lessons learnt, results and emerging best practices from the project
  • Represent Malaria Consortium in relevant technical working groups and partners’ coordination fora
  • Actively engage and advocate with other potential stakeholders and donors to mobilize resources and create synergies towards increased effective investment in malaria surveillance and control.
  • Person specification

    Qualifications and experience :


  • Master’s degree or higher in Public Health related discipline or International Development
  • Minimum of 10 years of progressively increasing responsibility working in public health in the fields of project coordination, project management, etc
  • At least 5 years’ experience managing large public health projects in developing and transitioning countries, including operations and financial management experience
  • Experience with multiple donors and their varied processes, procedures, rules and regulations; a specific understanding of BMGF procedures an advantage
  • Strong track record in meeting reporting and programmatic deliverables and deadlines
  • Desirable

  • Previous CoP / DCoP experience an advantage
  • Previous experience in managing malaria programmes desired
  • Expertise in the design and writing of project proposals (from concept to full proposal), and proven ability to raise funds
  • Detailed and thorough knowledge of BMGF regulations, systems and procedures for managing complex grant programmes with multiple partners
  • Work-based skills : Essential


  • Demonstrated leadership and teambuilding skills in developing partnerships and working collaboratively with wide range of stakeholders : donors, host country institutions, and international organizations
  • Strong diplomacy, negotiation, collaboration and coordination skills in context of complex and shifting priorities
  • Excellent organizational, analytical, and planning skills
  • Excellent organizational, analytical, supervisory, and team-building skills
  • Fluency in Portuguese and English (speaking and writing)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to adjust and communicate effectively, complex ideas to varied audiences
  • Self-motivated and ability to self-manage workload and time
  • Core competencies : Delivering results

    Delivering results

    LEVEL D - Inspires wider teams to achieve outstanding results and to manage risks

  • Proactively improved effectiveness and performance of other senior staff to increase ability to meet objectives, acquiring new skills when appropriate
  • Encourages mitigating risks among the teams / groups they work with / manage
  • Ensures the quality of all internal / external work of own and others
  • Analysis and use of information

    LEVEL C - Works confidently with complex data to support work

  • Interprets complex written information
  • Works confidently with data before making decisions : for example, interpreting trends, issues and risks
  • Acquainted with the validity, relevance and limitations of different sources of evidence
  • Interpersonal and communications

    LEVEL D - Communicates complex technical and / or sensitive / high risk information effectively

  • Communicates complex operational, technical and strategic issues clearly and credibly with widely varied audiences
  • Uses varied communication to promote dialogue, shared understanding and consensus across a variety of audiences
  • Influences internal and external audiences on specific issues
  • Scans the internal and external environment for key information and messages to support communications strategies
  • Collaboration and partnering

    LEVEL C - Builds strong networks internally and participates actively in external networks and think tanks

  • Builds strong networks internally
  • Participates actively in external networks and / or think tanks
  • Engages with relevant experts to gather and evaluate evidence
  • Shares and implements good practice with internal and external peers
  • Leading and motivating people

    LEVEL C - Effectively leads and motivates others or direct reports.

  • Gives regular, timely and appropriate feedback,
  • Acknowledges good performance and deals with issues concerning poor performance
  • Carries out staff assessment and development activities conscientiously and effectively
  • Develops the skills and competences of others through the development and application of skills
  • Coaches and supports team members when they have difficulties
  • Flexibility / adaptability

    LEVEL C - Supports others to cope with pressure

  • Responds positively to change, embracing and using new practices or values to accomplish goals and solve problems and supports others to do the same
  • Adapts team approach, goals, and methods to achieve solutions and results in dynamic situations
  • Sets realistic deadlines and goals for self or team
  • Living the values

    LEVEL D - Acts as a role model in promoting Malaria Consortium’s values

  • Champions and takes ownership of corporate decisions, values and standards and ensures team members implement them in a positive manner
  • Acts as role model internally and externally in promoting Malaria Consortium’s values
  • Is accountable for ensuring that cultural awareness is demonstrated across the area (s) they manage
  • Strategic planning and thinking and sector awareness

    LEVEL C - Keeps up to date with the internal and external environment

  • Takes into account economic, political and other business factors when drawing up medium and long-term plans, covering both public and private sectors
  • Looks beyond the immediate operations to prospects for new business
  • Engages with appropriate internal and external sources to establish major influences and future plans
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