Technical assistance consultants | Worldwide

  • Added Date: Tuesday, 28 January 2020
  • Deadline Date: Sunday, 01 March 2020

Chemonics seeks multiple consultants to support the scale-up of technical assistance to Country Coordinating Mechanisms (CCMs) under the Global Fund Country Coordinating Mechanisms Technical Assistance (CCM-TA) IQC. CCMs are national committees that coordinate the national request for funding, help select grantees, nominate Principal Recipients, and provide financial and ethical oversight. CCMs include representatives of all sectors involved in disease response: multilateral or bilateral agencies, the government, NGOs, civil society, academic institutions, technical agencies, faith-based organizations, the private sector, and especially, people living with AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.

Responsibilities include:

• Facilitate the CCM Eligibility and Performance Assessment in person or remotely and ensure that CCMs comply with eligibility requirements and minimum standards

• Ensure that members of the CCM understand their roles and responsibilities related to governance and oversight; develop corrective action plans detailing roles, responsibilities, and timelines to enhance CCM and Global Fund Secretariat members’ capacity to perform their functions

• Identify representation and engagement challenges of civil-society organizations, key populations, and people living with diseases in the CCM and other Global Fund decision-making bodies

• Develop work plans with key milestones and budget proposals with support from civil society organizations, key populations, and people living with diseases

• Ensure that new CCM members complete e-learning modules and facilitate an in-person orientation for CCM members

• Meet with the Principal Recipient and CCM to determine the technical prerequisites to install and configure the Principal Recipient Dashboard software for data collection

• Train and coach the Principal Recipient and CCM on data entry and dashboard analysis for decision-making


• Degree in public health, business administration, social sciences, international relations, management, nonprofit administration, or other relevant disciplines if combined with relevant experience

• Demonstrated knowledge, understanding, and experience of CCM technical assistance and governance issues and the Global Fund grant architecture and management process

• Expertise in Global Fund Eligibility and Performance Assessment methods

• Experience facilitating training events focused on capacity building and knowledge transfer

• Expertise in consulting to multistakeholder bodies on CSO engagement, oversight, management, capacity development, and/or rights advocacy for key populations and people living with diseases

• Demonstrated experience providing successful short- and medium-term technical assistance

• Must travel to and work in the country requiring technical support

• Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity

• Fluency in English and at least one of the following languages: French, Spanish, Portuguese, or Russian

This vacancy is archived.

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