Expressions of Interest – Board Leadership Nomination Committee for the Global Fund

The Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) Delegation to the Global Fund is seeking nominations from interested candidates in the Caribbean Region to support the Board Leadership Nomination Committee for the Global Fund with the selection of the next Chair and Vice-Chair of the Global Fund Board.

Interested candidates should write to the Caribbean Communications Focal Point (CFP) expressing interest to serve on the committee.

All Expressions of Interest must be accompanied by:

1. An updated Curriculum Vitae
2. A brief biography 
3. A letter of motivation confirming willingness and availability to serve

Expressions of Interest should be submitted via email to the Communications Focal Point (LAC), Dr Rosmond Adams, via no later than noon on Friday 25 June 2021.

The LAC Delegation will consider the submissions and make final nominations to the Global Fund.

Only nominated candidates will be contacted.

The Terms of Reference of the Board Leadership Nomination Committee is below for guidance.

Solicitations for Consultant Services – Guyana

To apply, applicants must meet the following requirements. Applicants that do not meet these requirements but are interested in employment opportunities, please apply to the general employment career center and application by clicking here. Mandatory Requirement: Applicants must review the Consultant Terms and Conditions and then complete and attach an FHI 360 Biographical Data Form to their application for each opportunity of interest.

  1. Consultants are individuals who are not FHI 360 employees, engaged on an “as needed basis” to perform specific tasks within a specified duration.
  2. Consultants must be able to sign an agreement.
  3. Consultants are responsible for his/her working environment.
  4. Consultants must have specialized skill & knowledge.

Since solicitations are often modified to provide further information or extend solicitation closure dates, suppliers are encouraged to request solicitation notices, by clicking on “Sign up for Solicitations”.

Requests for Consultant Solicitations

Guyana HIV Key Populations Program Management Consultant
RFP No.: FY21-102533-1111_Consultant_02

Issue date: 8 Apr, 2021
Closing date: 24 Apr, 2021

Solicitation file(s):
FY21-102533-1111Program Management Consultant_Guyana_April 2021.docx (247 KB)

Guyana HIV Key Populations Finance Consultant
RFP No.: FY21-102433-2222_Consultant_02

Issue date: 8 Apr, 2021
Closing date: 24 Apr, 2021

Solicitation file(s):
FY21-102433-2222_Finance Consultant_Guyana_April 2021_.docx (247 KB)

Writer/Editor – Asia-Pacific Regional Office
RFP No.: APRO_022021_Consultant_01

Issue date: 8 Apr, 2021
Closing date: 12 May, 2021

Solicitation file(s):
RFP_Writer-Editor_APRO_2021 (190 KB)
purchasing-FHI-360-biodata-form.docx (46 KB)

EpiC El Salvador Vaccine Consultant
RFP No.: 4145_Consultant_02

Issue date: 14 Apr, 2021
Closing date: 3 May, 2021

Solicitation file(s):
FY21-102533-4145RFP El Salvador Vaccine.docx (246 KB)

Project Management Specialist (Strategic Information/Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning) – FSN-11


  1. SOLICITATION NO.: V011 -2021         
  1. ISSUANCE DATE:   March 8, 2021
  1. CLOSING DATE/TIME FOR RECEIPT OF OFFERS: March 26, 2021 by 4:00 p.m.
  1. POSITION TITLE:  Project Management Specialist (Strategic Information/Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning) – FSN-11

MARKET VALUE:     JMD$ 5,930,057 – JMD$ 8,895,077 equivalent to FSN – 11, in accordance with AIDAR Appendix J and the Local Compensation Plan. Final compensation will be negotiated within the listed market value.

  1. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE:  Contract of 3 years, renewable pending approval and need for the position and the availability of funds.
  1. PLACE OF PERFORMANCE:  Kingston/Jamaica
  1. SECURITY LEVEL REQUIRED:  Non-sensitive, Local Security Certification or Public Trust

General Statement of Purpose of the Contract
USAID/Jamaica is seeking eligible and qualified applicants for the position of Project Management Specialist (Strategic Information/Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning). The USAID Project Management Specialist (SI/MEL) is located in the Office of Environment and Health (OEH) and plays a lead role in the development of effective PEPFAR strategic information and monitoring, evaluation, and learning systems in support of the full range of Contracting/Agreement Officer’s Representative (C/AOR) managing Mission PEPFAR programs/projects/activities.

The Senior Specialist applies evaluation research to the monitoring of program/project/activity implementation in order to document results, and to translate SI and MEL and other data into meaningful policy and program improvements. The Senior Specialist serves as a subject matter expert and key contributor to strengthening the capacity of information systems, providing senior-level technical guidance to OEH leaders, the broader USAID Mission, implementing partners (IPs) involved in PEPFAR program monitoring and evaluation, and within the host government. The Senior Specialist serves as a C/AOR or Activity Manager, responsible for providing technical and programmatic guidance to assigned activities.

The role of the position includes building internal USAID systems for data management and engaging with partners to influence programming based on data analysis.

  1. Statement of Duties to be Performed

Interested persons are encouraged to view the full copy of the PD, which may be accessed from: before applying.

  1. Supervisory Relationship

The US Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning [SI/MEL]) works under the very general supervision of the Health Team Lead, and the closer but general supervision of the Office of Environment & Health Director. The supervisor makes assignments in terms of overall objectives and resources available.  Completed work is reviewed in terms of achievement of program/project/activity goals, effectiveness in meeting host-country and USAID objectives, and integration with other initiatives in the Office and Mission portfolio.  Some technical direction may come from other professionals in the Office; in general, however, the Senior Specialist will be expected to exercise considerable autonomy and best judgment in discharging the duties of the assignment.

  1. Supervisory Controls: Continuing supervision of other Division and Office staff is not anticipated. The Senior Specialist may be assigned as a group/Team Leader but will not serve as a full supervisor.  The Senior Specialist is expected to serve as mentor to C/AORs, Assistant-level staff, and others in SI and MEL systems and processes, and to provide other work guidance as assigned.

All interested candidates (Non-Jamaican applicants much possess legal residence within the country and a work permit).

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.


The work requested does not involve undue physical demands.

POINT OF CONTACT: Knetia Landells-Wiggan


  1. Education: Completion of a US-style University Master’s Degree in a field related to social science, statistics, mathematics, economics, computer science, epidemiology, health informatics, public health, infectious disease, zoonotic disease, biology or other quantitative discipline, or the local equivalent, is required.
  1. Experience: Five years of progressively responsible job-related professional-level experience in monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) and other surveillance systems, evaluation of program/project/activity implementation, in direct program/project/activity management, or in a closely related activity is required.  At least two years of this experience in a development-oriented workplace, or a related field, for USAID, other donor agencies, host-country organizations, or private-sector institutions, and which included project design, performance monitoring, and/or the analysis and interpretation of large amounts of data, is required.
  1. Post Entry Training:  Familiarization training in USAID- and PEPFAR-specific procedures, regulations, and methods, and orientation to working from a donor-Agency perspective, will be provided. Successful completion of formal C/AOR training is necessary for proper job performance and will be provided.  Training to maintain professional capability in the field, and other courses offered for professional USAID staff, as appropriate; and, courses, seminars, conferences, and other activities in fields related to the function and needed to maintain and update professional qualifications may be provided as they become available, subject to availability of funds.
  1. Language Proficiency: Level IV (fluent proficiency) in English, and in the appropriate host-country business language, both written and spoken, is required.  Language competence may be tested.
  1. Job Knowledge:  The Senior Specialist must have in depth, professional-level knowledge of development approaches and methods for performance analysis, data visualization, and program design, monitoring and evaluation.  The Senior Specialist must have excellent knowledge of MEL systems, public health programming, and international donor operations in the sector.  The Senior Specialist must have knowledge and understanding of the economic, political, social, and cultural characteristics of the host country; development problems in the health sector in the host country and the region; an understanding of the resources, resource constraints, and overall development prospects and priorities of the host country and the region.  The Senior Specialist must have working knowledge of USG legislation, policy, and practice relating to monitoring, evaluation, and learning, and of USAID programming policies, regulations, procedures, and documentation, and of the objectives, methodology, and status of assigned activities.
  1. Skills and Abilities: The Senior Specialist must have the ability to plan, organize and execute complex SI/MEL activities, including the ability to provide technical leadership and apply this ability to programming in the host country and the region. The Senior Specialist must have the ability to issue precise and accurate factual reports using rigorous analytical and interpretive skills. Excellent communication skills both writing and speaking, especially in being able to communicate technical subjects to individuals with nontechnical background. This role requires the ability to respond professionally and adjust in fluid situations in order to meet deadlines in the face of competing priorities and time pressures. Excellent computer and software skills including ability in excel, SPSS, STATA, R and/or other analytical databases.

Applicants will be evaluated based on stated requirements.  The selection process will be done in two stages (1) a Proficiency Test and (2) an interview.

  1. Eligible Offerors are required to complete and submit the offer form

Universal Application for Employment (UAE) (Form DS-174)

Required Documents:  Please provide the required documentation listed below with your application:
•     Current Resume
•     Qualification(s)
•     Three (3) references

  1. Offers must be received by the closing date and time specified in Section I, item 3, and submitted to the Point of Contact in Section I, item 11.
  1. To ensure consideration of offers for the intended position, Offerors must prominently reference the Solicitation number in the offer submission.
  1. Via E-mail:  Application forms may be emailed in PDF form to using the subject “Application V011-2021: <Your Name>”.


As a matter of policy, and as appropriate, a PSC is normally authorized the following benefits and allowances:


Benefits are paid to Locally Employed Staff as outlined in the Local Compensation Plan

  1. ALLOWANCES (as applicable):

Allowances are paid to Locally Employed Staff as outlined in the Local Compensation Plan.

  1. TAXES

Employees are responsible to make payments for all relevant taxes.


USAID regulations and policies governing CCN/TCN PSC awards are available at these sources:

  1. USAID Acquisition Regulation (AIDAR), Appendix J, “Direct USAID Contracts With a Cooperating Country National and with a Third Country National for Personal Services Abroad,” including contract clause “General Provisions,” available at
  1. Contract Cover Page form AID 309-1 available at
  1. Ethical Conduct.  By the acceptance of a USAID personal services contract as an individual, the contractor will be acknowledging receipt of the “Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of the Executive Branch,” available from the U.S. Office of Government Ethics, in accordance with General Provision 2 and 5 CFR 2635.  See


The US Mission in Jamaica provides equal opportunity and fair and equitable treatment in employment to all people without regard to race, color religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation, marital status, or sexual orientation.  The Department of State also strives to achieve equal employment opportunity in all personnel operations through continuing diversity enhancement programs. 

The EEO complaint procedure is not available to individuals who believe they have been denied equal opportunity based upon marital status or political affiliation.  Individuals with such complaints should avail themselves of the appropriate grievance procedures, remedies for prohibited personnel practices, and/or courts for relief.

Epidemiologist, Epidemiological Surveillance Kingston, Jamaica


The Jamaica Ministry of Health and Wellness seeks to strengthen the capacity for analysis of surveillance data at the national level.  This is in recognition of the increased availability of data and the need for rational use of data to inform interventions. This includes the use of data generated via routine disease/event-based and sentinel surveillance systems as well as the identification and harnessing of non-traditional data sources. It is apparent in light of recent outbreaks that a critical component of the national surveillance system is the ability to maintain capacity and remain resilient in the face of new public health threats.  The system must therefore be able to maintain routine data management functions while responding to increased demand for useful information synthesized in the face of public health threats.

To this end, the Ministry of Health and Wellness is building a data science team capable of processing large volumes of routine and new or Big data in ways that meet the needs of various stakeholders.  This includes building the capacity to develop and maintain resilient systems for timely data capture, processing and information synthesis and dissemination.  The data science team will consist of existing staff with the addition of data scientists and other staff who will enhance the analytical capabilities at the national level and improve the capacity for data analysis and use at the subnational levels.

An Epidemiologist will be recruited to form a bridge between the data analysis and the interpretation for public health purposes of noted phenomena.

2.    Objectives

•    Interpret the results of data analysis
•    Support planning for mitigation of potential public health threats
•    Support programme interpretation and intervention planning in keeping with the information generated from public health data

3.    Scope of Work 

•    Very close liaison with data scientists and GIS Analysts for the targeted generation of HIV surveillance information
o    Deployment of electronic data collection and transmission systems in the field
o    Training of field and head office staff in HIV surveillance data use
•    Preparation of epidemiological surveillance reports and reporting requirements and templates
•    Support surveillance teams at the subnational level in generating and using information
o    Monitoring use of data at all levels
o    Monitoring use and utility of dashboards
•    Design and execution of HIV-related and other scientific studies to elicit additional information
•    Use of statistical packages for additional interrogation of existing HIV surveillance data
•    Any other related duties that may be assigned by the Medical Epidemiologist
•    Support the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)/MOHW Cooperative Agreement (CoAg) and data science team in building capacity for analysis of HIV/AIDS-related data at the national level

4.    Responsibilities of the Ministry of Health and Wellness

•    The Ministry of Health and Wellness will provide access by the Epidemiologist to the relevant data and hardware and software tools to facilitate completion of specified tasks. The Ministry will also provide guidance and feedback to ensure adequacy of work outputs.

5.    Responsibility of the Contractor

•    The Contractor will ensure that (i) assigned tasks and regular duties are effectively carried out in accordance with the standards and principles of the Ministry of Health and Wellness (ii) support is provided to sub-national teams in a timely manner and (iii) confidentiality is maintained in the execution of duties.

6.    Accountability and Reporting Systems 

•    Services will be contracted by the Ministry of Health and Wellness. The Contractor will report to the Medical Epidemiologist, Communicable Disease Surveillance, and will also work with the Principal Medical Officer, National Epidemiologist.

7.    Deliverables 
Table 1.  Deliverables and due dates

8.    Eligibility Requirements

The Contractor should have:
•    An undergraduate degree from a recognized university in computing or a natural science
•    A graduate degree from a recognized university in Epidemiology or other scientific research-based degree
•    A minimum of 5 years work experience in epidemiology or public health
•    Excellent interpersonal skills
•    Excellent organization skills
•    Attention to detail
•    Proficiency in the scientific method and study design
•    Proficiency in the application of biostatistics to solving public health problems
•    Proficiency in use of STATA, SAS or R for statistical data analysis
•    In-depth understanding of the public health system in Jamaica
•    In-depth understanding of public health principles
•    Proficiency in Python or Java an asset

9.    Funding

Funding for the contracted service will be supported through the CDC CoAg allocation to the Ministry of Health and Wellness. We are currently in year 1 (Sept 2020 – Sept 2021) of a 5 year CoAg.

10.    Duration

The duration of the contract will be for the period of one year. The option for renewal will be subject to the availability of additional funds from the CDC over the five-years of the CoAg.

11.    Instructions 

Email Submissions to
What to Submit:  Application letter and CV
Deadline: March 2, 2021

12.    Evaluation criteria
Proposals will be evaluated on the basis of:

Candidate must attain a minimum mark of 70 to be considered.

French and English speaking consultant to facilitate key informant interviews in Haiti – IPPF


The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) – Americas and the Caribbean is recruiting a French and English speaking consultant to facilitate key informant interviews in Haiti. This assignment will start immediately. To avoid conflict of interest, applicants should not be living in Haiti for the last five years.


IPPF will expand its presence in the Americas and the Caribbean region by inviting one national organisation to become a member association in key countries which have been prioritised according to SRHR needs or the potential to contribute best practices.

Scoping reports have been produced which include a list of ten key informants. This consultancy is focused on facilitating these key informant interviews.

Purpose of the consultancy

  • This consultancy’s main purpose is to facilitate ten interviews with key informants recommended by the scoping reports undertaken in Haiti.
  • Terms of Reference with more details will be available to pre-selected candidates.
  • Interviews will be conducted remotely in French, and the report will be written in English.

Reporting line

The consultant will report to the Americas and the Caribbean Transition Regional Director.

Expected days: 10 days

Duration: The consultancy will start as soon as possible.

How to apply

To apply, please send your curriculum vitae and the name of one referee to Isabella Lewis via by 10 February 2021.

Download the full TOR below.

More information is available here.

Public Health Specialist – GHSA Epidemiologist and Public Health Specialist and Strategic Information Team Lead (CDC)

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Caribbean Regional Office is in the process of recruiting two suitably qualified individuals to fill the posts of Strategic Information Team Lead and Epidemiologist.  Please see the details below.

Public Health Specialist – GHSA Epidemiologist

The incumbent will coordinate the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA), COVID-19, emergency preparedness and response, and non-communicable diseases (NCD) activities in the Caribbean Region. These activities will primarily be in support of the region’s COVID-19 response. This position is responsible for carrying out a full range of complex epidemiological, surveillance, oversight, and coordination of GHSA and other program activities, including special studies across the Caribbean Region.

Apply here.

Public Health Specialist – Strategic Information Team Lead

This position will supervise and lead the Strategic Information Team and provide technical assistance to improve strategic information activities of HIV and AIDS programs supporting the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Caribbean Regional Office, U.S. Government (USG) partners, and Ministries of Health (MOH) in the countries of jurisdiction.  The incumbent is responsible for monitoring program and health objectives and indicators for public health programs supported by the President’s Emergency Program for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and other emerging priorities (e.g. COVID-19).

This position is responsible for overseeing a full range of complex epidemiological and surveillance activities to include conducting special studies across the Caribbean Region. The incumbent will lead the development and monitoring of budgets for HIV strategic information activities and program evaluations of implementing partners with a USD 2M budget.

Apply here.

Community Paralegal – CVC

The Caribbean Vulnerable Communities Coalition invites suitable candidates to apply for the full-time position of Community Paralegal. Applications are open to organizations and individuals residing in the following countries: Belize, Suriname, Guyana, Jamaica and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.

  • Civil society organizations may apply to support the establishment of the Community Paralegal post within their country office.
  • Individuals supported by a local NGO who can “house” the paralegal and provide a suitable workspace may apply.
  • Individuals must fulfil the “Requirement and Qualification” listed in the section below.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

The work of the Community Paralegals is aimed at supporting the empowerment of key populations (KPs) to improve access to justice and reduce human rights violations with specific attention to incidents of gender-based violence (GBV) and intimate partner violence (IPV). The Community Paralegal seeks to:

  • Collect, document and report cases of human rights violations in the Shared Incident Database (SID) to identify trends/patterns, support redress, litigation and reporting to international human rights watchdogs;
  • Strengthen the capacity of key populations to understand their rights and seek redress for human rights breaches/violations; and
  • Increase legal literacy and promote advocacy among key populations groups and other redress stakeholders.

Click here for more details.


Interested candidates must submit a cover letter describing his/her academic and relevant professional experience, a resume and at least two (2) references. Applications should be sent to

The deadline for submission for applications is FRIDAY, 22 JANUARY 2021.


Technical Writer for the Development of a Training Manual on Participatory Action Research


The Caribbean Vulnerable Communities Coalition is seeking to hire a technical writer to develop a Training Manual on Participatory Action Research (PAR) that will be used in the series of workshops with CVC affiliate organizations, CVC members, and other civil society organisations. The training workshops aim to build the capacity of the participants to conduct and analyse Participatory Action Research and is aimed at Community Based Personnel interested in the areas of strategic information, monitoring and evaluation, research, information, education, and documentation. The manual will cover the principles, concepts and methods Participatory Action Research as well as the wealth of experience accumulated by CVC in conducting PAR over the last 10 years. As such, this manual would be instrumental in providing a practical step-by-step guide to Community-Based Organisations in the PAR paradigm for knowledge-building, information dissemination, information and education, and advocacy on emergent issues relevant to Key Populations in the Caribbean.

General Objective

The purpose of the consultancy is to develop a Training Manual on Participatory Action Research to be used to provide a series of capacity building programmes for different Civil Society groups partnering with CVC in research projects as well as to enable them to undertake PAR on their own.

Scope of Work

The consultant is expected to develop the training manual. The course should be designed as a modular online course to be delivered over CVC E-learning platform. Specifically, the consultant will undertake the following tasks:

• Consult with the CVC team to clarify objectives, process and expected outcomes of the assignment;

• Undertake desk review of documents provided by CVC relevant to this consultancy as well as other existing training manuals/relevant documents to inform the consultancy process;

• Propose outline of the contents/curriculum of the training manual with different modules targeting different groups of key populations;

• Design the draft and final version of training manual which includes training objectives, content, methodologies, timing, guides, tools, exercises and case studies to be used per module, in accordance with the standard acceptable to CVC;

More importantly, the final training manual shall:

• Describe the usefulness and benefit of the various modules for the capacity development of different key population groups;

• Define and explain key concepts relating to various modules in a simple and practical manner;

• Give practical examples, cases, and stories to illustrate the various concepts of the manual;

• Reflect cultural sensitivity and local context in the design of various modules;

• Provide relevant tools and instruments to be used for various activities under each module, and

• Use interactive and inspiring manner to encourage reflection, learning and inclusion.


The key deliverables for this consultancy include:

• Submission of work plan of the assignment including detailed outline of content of the manual and accompanying tools;

• Submission of the draft training manual for feedback and comments;

• Submission of final version of training manual, with integrated feedback and comments from CVC and changes following outcomes of a pilot training.

Institutional Arrangements

The consultant should report directly to CVC’s Research and M&E Officer.

Remuneration and Terms of Payment

The cost of contract shall be paid in the following manner:

Deliverables Percentage (%)  Amount (in US$)

• 40% upon signing the contract and submission of workplan

• 30% Upon submitting the first draft of Manual

• 30% Upon approval of the manual incorporating input by CVC


The consultant (or lead member of the bidding firm) is expected to possess the following qualifications:

• At least a Masters degree in Social Science, with a minimum of 5 years of experience in the area of Participatory Action Research with Community Based Organisations.

• 5-7 years of work experience in the field of training and manual development, including proven track record of successful development of training materials and training programmes for Key Populations in the Caribbean;

• Good training and facilitation skills;

• Excellent communication skills;

• Excellent written and spoken English;

• Ability to work independently and produce high-quality outputs; and

• Ability to work under tight timeframes.

Application Instruction

• Send proposal including CV showing educational background and experience, and a list of similar assignments;

• Submit financial proposal with a clear indication of daily consultancy fee and number of days to complete the task.

• Applications must be sent to by Tuesday, 30 January 2020 at midnight AST time.

Regional Director, Americas and the Caribbean – International Planned Parenthood Federation

The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) is a global federation of 131 member associations, united by a common goal: that all human beings, especially women, girls and young people have access to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), in a world where human rights and gender equality are a reality. We are united by our values of social justice, diversity and accountability. Created in 1952, IPPF is locally owned and globally connected. We work in 161 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania, the Arab World, and the Americas and the Caribbean. In 2019, we provided more than 250 million sexual and reproductive health services worldwide, 81% of them to people living in poverty.

IPPF strongly believe in global solidarity and the universality of sexual and reproductive rights and gender equality. To better fulfil our core mission IPPF has completed a reform, which has made our governance more accountable, our financial allocation system better able to ensure quality investment in the populations we serve and our safeguarding mechanisms stronger. A new board of trustees was appointed in June 2020.

IPPF is now seeking to appoint a new Americas and the Caribbean Regional Director to join its Executive Team in leading and supporting IPPF at this exciting time.

Reporting to the Director-General, the Regional Director is responsible for leadership and management of IPPF work in the region, advancing the Strategic Framework (2016-2022), and providing effective support to the Americas and the Caribbean Member Associations and the Americas and Caribbean Regional Office team. This individual will also be an advocate and thought leader for SRHR and gender equality across the region.

IPPF is seeking a senior international executive, with significant experience and interest in SRHR, gender equality, human rights, and related fields. The successful candidate will also bring significant experience leading complex, international organisations and multi-cultural and remote people management. They will have a track record of effectively working with donors in the international development sector, and proven experience of networking to build sustainable partnerships. We are looking for a value-driven individual with a strong commitment to the populations IPPF serves particularly adolescents, youth, women and girls from the most left-behind communities. They must have national work experience and extensive knowledge of the Americas and the Caribbean region, including its political environment. Familiarity with IPPF’s work and/or its Member Associations is desirable, as is experience of working with boards and youth.  Fluency in both Spanish and English is essential and working knowledge of French highly desirable.

This role will be based in Bogota, Colombia or Port-of-Spain, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The salary is competitive and commensurate with the seniority of the appointment. Further details, including the range of attractive benefits, are available from Perrett Laver.

To apply or to download further information on the required qualifications, skills and experience for this exciting role, please visit quoting reference 4945.

The deadline for applications is 12 noon EST, Monday 18 January 2021. Please note that applications will only be accepted in English.

Applications are particularly encouraged from female candidates and those who are openly and positively living with HIV. IPPF is committed to equal opportunities and cultural diversity. Candidates must be supportive of bodily autonomy and a woman’s right to have access to safe abortion care.

Candidates from all sections of the community are welcome to apply. IPPF is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Download further details here.

Micro-Grants Technical Officer

Position Summary

  • The Micro-Grants Technical Officer coordinates the pre-award planning, organization, preparation, and the post-award administration of various micro-grants provided through the Global Fund
  • Interacts with CSOs and administrative staff to ensure that funds are being spent in compliance with approved agreements, CVC policies and guidelines and funding agency requirements
  • Provides guidance and support to CBOs in the management of donor resources and reporting.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Review and process grant applications
  • Manage mini-grant activities and ensure that awards are implemented in accordance with contracts terms including procurement procedures  and/or  relevant donor stipulated donor guidelines
  • Manage administrative problems and/or budget changes occurring during the awarded granting period.
  • Communicate the rules and regulations for grants and the responsibilities associated
  • Supervise the process of planning and guiding the implementation of the sub-awardees work plans and providing financial  and technical support to grantees
  • Review reports received and provide capacity development support to grantees as necessary
  • Maintain grant compliance and reporting, including outcome measurement and grant budgets, ensuring they meet a  high standard of effectiveness, timeliness and completeness
  • Maintain a basic grant-making manual and communicate appropriately with staff and grantees concerning policies, procedures and updates
  • Ensure adequate reporting and effective information sharing, to communicate activities, progress reports, data and other relevant information to key stakeholders and donors
  • Prepare monthly reports on the status of grants funded by CVC and submit them to the Finance Manager
  • Maintain grant-related reference resources including grantee files, include application, awards, grant reporting schedules, and other information as needed
  • Development of the capacity of implementing CSOs in financial management

The position is based in Jamaica. CVC is unable to support relocation costs.

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Interested candidates must submit a cover letter describing his/her academic and relevant professional experience, a resume and at least two (2) references. Applications should be sent to

The deadline for submission of all applications is THURSDAY, 10th DECEMBER 2020.