The Cambodia Country Coordinating Committee (CCC) is a multi-sectoral national platform to coordinate and facilitate the Global Fund activities to fight HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria. This governance structure must demonstrate high level of performance to maintain country’s eligibility for the Global Fund financing. A CCC Secretariat was established to execute daily CCC functions as delegated by CCC and further described in the CCC Governance Manual.
1) Facilitate and support analytical data-driven discussions and decision-making;
2) Provide support to oversight planning and implementation; and
3) Provide technical and administrative support to the CCC oversight committee.
The successful applicant will start as soon as possible, and the contract duration will be 18 months
• Bachelor’s degree required, with social science, public health, population studies orientation highly desirable and advanced degree preferred.
• At least 2 years of experience in monitoring & evaluation or oversight of projects/programs.
• Experience in project-level or state/national-level monitoring and evaluation system implementation.
• Familiarity with the Global Fund CCC Policy and Oversight Function is desirable.
• Familiarity with the country’s health system structures.
• Familiarity with epidemiological indicators for HIV, TB and malaria and financial indicators.
• Experience working in a multi-stakeholder governance environment.
• Proficiency in data collection and information analysis.
• Policy decision-support, strategic analysis and reporting.
• Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office, particularly Microsoft Excel.
• Ability to work effectively with staff and organizational stakeholders.
• Strong inter-personal skills and proven ability to communicate and interact with high-level officials from the government, NGOs, UN agencies and the private sector.
• Strong writing, presentation, facilitation and communication skills.
The national consultant will identify existing national health structures, governance mechanisms and platforms responsible for coordinating the health sector and disease-specific issues. For the transition context, this should have an added focus on key national stakeholders that are most appropriate for strengthening transition planning, preparedness, implementation, and overall efforts to strengthen sustainability.
The consultant will be contracted for 25 days of work over a period of 2 months, starting ASAP.
The consultant will map each identified platform’s position within the national systems and in relation to the CCC. The consultant will also support the CCC in developing a Positioning plan based on three main phases (refer to the Positioning Guidance Note):
• Sustainable Structure.
Bachelor’s or Advanced degree in public health, finance, public administration or business administration, or related field.
• Solid experience in developing partnerships in political environments and in mediating complex issues and deliverables at country, regional and international levels.
• Rich professional experience, including a track record of working in strategy and policy analysis, program planning and management, and/or equivalent experience.
• Solid understanding and experience of strategic, organizational, financial and management issues.
• Solid understanding of the Global Fund processes and of its funding model.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• At least 3 years of professional experience (international or national) working in planning and management in the humanitarian sector.
• Experience in public health and disease program management with focus on HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
• Documented experience of coordination across multiple stakeholders.
Working level of English as well as knowledge of the local language (Khmer) are a requirement for this role.
Technical skills: desirable knowledge of the software Visio.
How to Apply: Full Term of Reference will be provided upon request by email to [email protected]
Interested applicants should submit their CV and Cover Letter (with 3 references) by email to [email protected] by COB 15 December 2021