Management Sciences for Health (MSH) saves lives and improves health, especially among the world's poorest and most vulnerable people, by closing the gap between knowledge and action in public health. We live our mission to save lives and improve the health of the world's poorest and most vulnerable people by closing the gap between knowledge and action in public health.
The core job of the financial analyst is to conduct a general financial analysis of the reports obtained from accounting and various departments such as operations, transport, human resources, field offices, or other sources and present and communicate findings. The financial analyst will be responsible for monitoring the monthly spending of the projects against the
budgets, and the obligations and preparing all financial reports as required by USAID. Additionally, the financial analyst will prepare ad hoc reports as necessary. S/he will also collaborate with Data Systems Specialist to assist program teams to prepare annual work plans and budgets using work plan database budgeting tools and help teams to monitor their plans and will also develop annual project budgets.
The Data Systems Specialist will work closely with managers, financial analyst, inventory officer and other teams to assure management data is being captured effectively and efficiently. S/he will create new databases in Access, improve and update current databases for daily monitoring, and improve upon our current project workplanning / budgeting database. Additionally, s/he will work closely with human resource team to assure HRIS is able to report data according to MSH needs, and also collaborate with IT team in organizing data and reports on Sharepoint.
The Technical Officer will work in a team lead by a Technical Advisor or Senior Technical Advisor to provide integrated technical assistance for the capacity building of CSO and government partners in strengthening their management system and support the delivery of programs for project management, Grants & Procurement Management, Proposal Development and leadership, management and governance in order to enable the partners to be more programmatic, institutional and financially sustainable.
The objective of the Clinical HIV/AIDS Specialist position is to manage the LMS-ACT State continuum of Clinical care Program (Basic palliative care [BPC] including the management of opportunistic infections and prophylaxis for adults and children; pediatric ART; adult ART; Management of TB/HIV Co-infection; and PMTCT programs in a manner that strengthens state and local government systems and technical capacity for sustainable HIV/AIDS prevention and control efforts.
The objective of the Facility Coordinator and Inventory Assistant position will be to work as Facility Manager’s Supervisor, serve as Maintenance Personnel and Inventory Assistant for the Country Office Management Unit (COMU).
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