Global Health Supply Chain Task Order Director
Macfadden, Now Part of PAE
About the organization
Macfadden is now part of PAE. Founded over 30 years ago, Macfadden has provided federal agencies with critical on-the-ground support to U.S. government humanitarian missions around the world as well as financial and IT system support. Through program management, human resources services, financial management systems support, information technology solutions, knowledge management, travel coordination and communications support, Macfadden enables effective U.S. government humanitarian response to international disasters. Macfadden’s workforce includes approximately 300 employees primarily located in the Washington, D.C. area.
PAE/Macfadden is currently recruiting for several positions for an anticipated USAID global health supply chain proposal. The anticipated project will work to improve the capacity of global health supply chains and enhance the ability of in-country supply chains to support end-user delivery. The overarching project goal is to support countries to build resilient and sustainable supply chains that deliver high quality, life-saving pharmaceuticals and medical supplies to support the highest possible level of health and quality of life for all its citizens. If this project is awarded, work is likely to begin in 2020.
We are seeking Global Health Supply Chain Task Order Directors to serve as the primary managers for each health program task order (TO) area (i.e., HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, family planning/maternal and child health, and malaria) within the contract. The TO Director will report to the Global Health Supply Chain IDIQ Director. This role will also serve as the POC for disease-specific programs and will maintain an understanding of logistics and systems strengthening activities as they relate to disease-specific issues.
A graduate degree in a relevant field and 10 years of experience or Bachelor’s degree with 15 years’ experience of relevant work experience may be substituted for a graduate degree;
Ten years of experience in managing and providing technical support to large complex international donor-funded projects in public health, pharmacy/supply chain management, or a related field;
Demonstrated management skills, including direct supervision of diverse, technical and administrative staff;
Experience implementing and managing large comprehensive and complex health programs, preferably in low to middle income countries;
Demonstrated technical expertise in at least one of the technical areas such as: supply chain management, (i.e., HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, family planning/maternal and child health, and malaria);
Ability to liaise with high-level representatives from both the public (USG and non-USG) and private sector;
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively and effectively with other donors, host country officials and international organizations; excellent communication skills;
Experience in project design and management, including financial management, such as budgeting; tracking, reporting and accounting; and procurement;
Strong knowledge of USAID and USG regulations and compliance requirements required.
Equal Opportunity Employment
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