Temporary Program Director

The END Fund
  • Location
    Remote East Coast US timezone, New York
  • Sector
    Non Profit
  • Experience
    Mid Career / Advanced
  • Posted
    Nov 10

Position description

The END Fund is seeking a Temporary Program Director to provide maternity leave coverage for 4-5 months from January-May 2023. This role is remote, working on a distributed team that communicates regularly via Zoom and Slack.

The Temporary Program Director will be responsible for the following:

  • Provide direct implementing partner management of 3 projects (1 in Somalia and 2 in CAR)
  • Prepare annual plans and budgets with IPs, monitor project progress and spending, review reports, input data into Salesforce (SF), prepare disbursements
  • Liaise with partners and collaborators including MOH
  • Prepare Annual Project Reviews (APRs)
  • Develop new partner agreements as needed
  • With support from the two Flagship Directors, assess possibilities of expansion into new countries/geographies
  • Conduct analysis of new opportunities for the FF, providing recommendations to VP, Programs and the Flagship Directors
  • Provide direct program management as mentioned in ‘Point 1’, to new countries added to the Flagship Fund
  • Prepare FF reports for donors with a full fund scope; Includes coordination between team members to obtain country specific detail
  • Support general project management, including: preparing sections of board reports, conducting regular planning and strategy meetings, and strategic overviews.
  • Support resource mobilization (as regularly requested). Includes country specific proposal writing
  • Strengthen processes as needed including data systems, due diligence, coordination with other departments, support the conduct of internal program evaluations
  • Follow up on the Mali evaluation planned for this year
  • Participate in internal working groups as needed
  • Provide BCC/WASH insight as needed internally

Qualifications

  • Graduate degree in international development, public health or a relevant discipline
  • At least 8-10 years’ experience in international development practice in low-resource countries
  • At least 5-8 years’ experience working on neglected tropical diseases
  • Grant Management experience: Grant and program management of allocated END Fund programs including but not limited to: ensuring deliverables are met, milestones and timeline are adhered to, finances are monitored, conducting comprehensive due diligence assessments of potential implementing partners Completion of detailed project and program reports
  • Strong collaborative team working experience; able to function both independently and as a team player

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