In line with its vision, PSI/Cambodia has evolved into a Cambodian organization, Population Services Khmer (PSK). PSK is an independent, local non-government organization that was registered with the Cambodian Ministry of Interior. PSK’s mission is to improve the health of low-income and vulnerable Cambodians through social marketing in collaboration with the Royal Government of Cambodia. PSK will have an organic and sustained connection with PSI and will benefit from the global network to promote life-saving products, services and communications to help Cambodians lead healthier lives.
Malaria Program Manager, Cambodian national only, 1 full-time position
The Malaria Program Manager is responsible for the oversight of the day-to-day operations of PSI’s malaria program which currently operates in 20 endemic provinces. He/she must coordinate with the National Malaria Program and key stakeholders, and staff across all internal departments. He/she will provide technical oversight and is responsible for program implementation, donor reporting, and monitoring and evaluation of program activities. The Program Manager will also maintain and develop a strategic vision for the program and ensure all deliverables are in line with the malaria marketing plan.
♦ Formal education in health (MD, MA, MPH preferable).
♦ At least 5 years of managerial experience in health-related program/project management.
♦ Delivery and clear understanding of Global Fund grants extremely desirable
♦ Proven ability to write clear, accurate donor reports
♦ Ability to critically review a program and manage complexity
♦ Exceptional financial and budgeting skills.
♦ Excellent written/oral English language skills
♦ Computer literate in all key MS office packages (word, excel, power point).
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