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The Global Policy Program Manager (PPM) position integrates diplomacy and a data use function to support the goals of the organization.
The incumbent will have comprehensive responsibility for one country and will work with headquarters staff to advance collective monitoring and progress to program impact for the international HIV/AIDS epidemic response, and data utilization at multiple levels, including contributions implemented through global funds and other mechanisms to achieve epidemic control with partner countries.
This organization is a data-driven program and the PPM will be expected to have the overall knowledge of the country’s epidemiology and be responsible for the various data streams which entails reviewing trends in performance, program quality, expenditure results, and data quality issues for improved results. The PPM will work across office functions supporting the organization's Chair, who oversees all of its activity within a given country from headquarters, and the Coordinator who coordinates the team at the U.S. Embassy in that country.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
The PPM will serve a critical diplomatic function working with the team in-country, partner governments, civil society, and other stakeholders; responsibilities include serving as the primary communication channel for the country team, and help raise the level of engagement between the organization's technical staff in their interaction with the multiple agencies and their staff, to further advance complementary of programming.
Integrated Data Use Function:
Serves as the primary country expert, developing and maintaining intimate knowledge of HIV/AIDS epidemiology, program implementation, and performance for a single country;
monitors and evaluates Country Operations Planning (COP) implementation (targets and outcomes);
analyzes Panorama dashboards to identify trends in performance, program quality, expenditure and data quality issues and performs quarterly analysis on performance against targets, expenditures;
reviews work plans and budget for alignment with COP strategic direction; reviews and processes Operational Plan Updates;
reviews Table 6 progress; in conjunction with Country Chair and Program Quality;
develops interim- and long-term goals for systems investment;
routine (2-3 times a year) visits to country for program understanding and action;
informs the Chair and other Senior Leadership on country-specific progress/issues and collaborates with leadership to develop policy options to address gaps in program performance.
Maintains comprehensive understanding of all of the organization's guidance (PQ, OFPS, MER, ER, SIMS, etc.) and of tools used for COP development, execution and monitoring, including the FAST and the Datapack.
Works with the Country Coordinator and country team to translate policy and guidance, and back stops for the Country Coordinator as needed.
Multilateral and Diplomacy Function:
Together with the country team, develops an understanding and advises on complementarity of other donor investments in country;
builds overtime and maintains a professional network with key mid-level internal and external stakeholders including: In country (PCO and country team), Interagency HQ (ECT/iSMEs, Agency POCs), and External (Fund Managesr, Country Representatives, Partner government technical and program leads, and civil society representatives)
Other duties as assigned
Basic Skills & Qualifications:
Preferred Skills & Qualifications:
An active security clearance or the ability to obtain one may be required for this role.
Candidates who are currently employed by a client of Accenture or an affiliated Accenture business may not be eligible for consideration.
Applicants for employment in the US must have work authorization that does not now or in the future require sponsorship of a visa for employment authorization in the United States and with Accenture (i.e., H1-B visa, F-1 visa (OPT), TN visa or any other non-immigrant status).
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