Deputy Chief of Party, Liberia Community Health Activity
Project Concern International
About the organization
PCI’s mission is to empower people to enhance health, end hunger, overcome hardship and advance women & girls.
Please Note: This position is contingent upon award. The anticipated start date will be September 1, 2020.
PCI, A Global Communities Partner, is as a dynamic, leading organization in the areas of community-driven maternal, newborn and child health, nutrition, health systems strengthening, infectious disease prevention and control, health, WASH, livelihoods and disaster risk management programming. PCI has particular expertise in effectively integrating a gender perspective into its work and promoting sustainability by mobilizing and strengthening the capacity of communities in program design and implementation for sustainable impact.
Minimum of 7 years of progressively increasing management responsibility in international development, including experience in a similar role and significant experience managing multi-sectoral projects including community health programming and maternal child health and nutrition, preferably in Liberia.
Experience managing a USAID programs of equal size, scope and complexity in a similar context
Excellent understanding and familiarity with US Government donor regulations, ideally USAID/Liberia experience
Post-graduate degree in development studies, international relations in public health, nutrition or a related field
Demonstrated abilities in NGO reporting, budgeting, procurement, and project management
Significant understanding, experience and leadership in developing and/or implementing programs that support community mobilization and empowerment
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