Do you believe that everyone deserves access to affordable, quality healthcare? Are you driven by creativity, bold ideas, and disruptive innovation? Are you inspired by exceptionally talented, diverse, impact-oriented colleagues? Do you thrive in a dynamic, high-growth, fast-paced environment? Most importantly, are you fed-up, even disgusted, with the status quo of foreign assistance in the health sector? Then consider a job with ThinkWell.
ThinkWell is a growing, flexible health systems organization, with both global influence and local grounding. Our focus is on driving transformation in the global health space by always questioning and disrupting conventional wisdom about what works or what can or cannot be done. We believe in pragmatisms over ideology and develop solutions tailored to a client’s context and political realities without replicating global models and all-purpose solutions. We know that to drive change, we must focus on how the world could be, rather than making excuses for the status quo.
We are looking for a Learning and Development Manager to support our Strategic Information (SI) and MEL (Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning) portfolio within the ECHO project.
Efficiencies for Clinical HIV Outcomes (ECHO) is a $209 million USAID bilateral project to support the Government of Mozambique’s achievement of HIV/AIDS epidemic control in three provinces. ThinkWell is a core partner in the ECHO consortium with a unique semi-independent role to continually evaluate the project’s impact and effectiveness, analyze and solve persistent bottlenecks, and study potential best practices to scale up. ECHO’s objectives include strengthening the essential public health services for HIV epidemic control at national, provincial, and district levels to ensure long-term sustainability of the HIV response, reaching and maintaining 95% HIV treatment coverage and viral suppression in designated geographic regions, ensuring that Mozambique is utilizing the latest evidence for rapid scale up and maintenance of effective HIV interventions, and providing the Government of Mozambique with data, measured findings and recommendations necessary to make key service delivery decisions.
The successful candidate will have experience in managing HIV program in Mozambique and should be a dedicated and high performing health professional who is keen to provide technical leadership to a cutting-edge portfolio. The candidate will be prepared to work independently, and as part of a high level and complex partner team.
Job location: There are three full-time positions based in Lichinga, Chimoio and Cidade de Tete.
Reports to: National Learning and Development Manager based in ECHO project headquarters in Beira. Within the ECHO Project structure, this position will report to the M&E Lead based in Chimoio.