Columbia University Senior Project Officer in New York, New York
Job TitleSenior Project Officer
Job Code Title
Job Requisition Number 096160
Department 8231- ICP ICAP
Location Medical Center
Job Type Officer Full-Time Regular
If temporary, indicate duration
Hours Per Week 35
Job Family Project/Program Management/Planning
Salary Grade Officer 105
Salary Range Commensurate with experience
Advertised Summary Job Description Grant funded.
ICAP at Columbia University has received funding to provide technical assistance to Ministries of Health (MOH) and in-country implementing partners in seven sub-Saharan African countries to establish a Tracking with Recency Assays to Control the Epidemic (TRACE) program. Each TRACE program will monitor epidemic trends, inform rapid programmatic responses at national, local and individual levels and accelerate progress towards epidemic control. ICAP is tasked to provide technical assistance in scaling up the use of rapid recency assays at HIV testing sites and build data systems to capture recency data to characterize emerging hotspots and help target prevention interventions.
Reporting to the Project Director (PD) of the TRACE (Tracking with Recency Assays to Control the Epidemic) program, the Senior Project Officer provides broad operational and programmatic support to the development, implementation, and evaluation of project-related activities. The Senior Project Officer plays a key role in ensuring that the needs of the project both in New York and at country level are effectively supported, assists the Principal Investigator and PD to harmonize technical workplans, budgets and reports, and facilitates project-related communications, consultations, meetings and engagements.
Minimum Qualifications for Grade
Applicant MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant - Requires a Master's degree in Public Health, Public Administration or related discipline
Additional Position-Specific Minimum Qualifications
Applicant MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant - Minimum of five (5) years of experience working in program development, project implementation and monitoring/evaluation of health and development projects
Minimum of three (3) years in HIV/AIDS-related program development, implementation and monitoring in resource-limited international settings
Proven experience with management and monitoring of health and development programs, including identifying and addressing programmatic, financial, administrative, and logistics needs
Working knowledge of rules and regulations associated with US Government grants
Excellent oral/written communications, interpersonal, organizational, and computer skills
Demonstrated experience working in teams, as well as, working independently with minimum supervision
Competency in public speaking in order to present information to large audiences
French language proficiency
Preferred Qualifications - Direct experience working on U.S. government-funded foreign assistance health programs
- Proficiency in French, both written and oral
Essential Functions MAJOR ACCOUNTABILITIES:
20%-Works with ICAP staff both in NY and in-country staff to develop, monitor and update work plans for activities associated with the TRACE project
20%- Coordinates the harmonization of TRACE-related funding (central and COP) and assists with the development of budgets, budget revisions and forecasts in line with approved work plans
20%- Supports the implementation of the TRACE project by organizing and facilitating regular communications, consultations, and meetings
10%- Ensures that project-related actions and requirements are addressed by relevant ICAP units
10%-Addresses queries or requests for reports or information from senior management, government funders and private donors
10%-Coordinates the development of content related to cooperative agreement continuation applications
10%- Performs other related duties, as assigned
Additional Essential Functions (Limit to 3950 characters.)
This position works with: There are no special indications for this position
HIPAA Compliance training required Yes
Participation in Medical Surveillance required No
What type of posting? Is this a waiver request? Standard Posting
Requisition Open Date 12-27-2018
Requisition Close Date Open Until Filled
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