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Program Officer Position at Johns Hopkins University

Program Officer Position at Johns Hopkins University

Country: USA
City: Baltimore
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Apply for the Program Officer Position at Johns Hopkins University. The category of the position is Sponsored Programs, Grants, and Contracts.

General summary/purpose:

The Program Officer II will work in close collaboration with the Senior Program Manager for Portfolio 3, Country Directors, and Finance Manager to manage country operations for South Sudan and Ethiopia. He/she is responsible for ensuring that good project management practices and tools are being used to stay on scope, schedule, budget for the project. The Program Officer II is responsible for managing relationships with subrecipients and the donor.

Specific duties & responsibilities:

  • Identify leads opportunities with country team and NPD liaison
  • Serve as program lead for country proposals including providing budget inputs and developing illustrative workplans
  • Provide input to program design
  • Additionally, draft sections for proposals
  • Liaise with GPO POs and country office PMs to plan for and monitor project scope, track and manage project management standards, and troubleshoot issues and delays
  • Also, coordinate development and submission of donor deliverables (reporting, continuing applications, etc.)
  • Support countries to develop quality workplans and budgets
  • Likewise, establish and run the routine monthly operations meetings

Qualifications for Program Officer Position

  • Advanced degree in public health or related field
  • Also, certified in [email protected] (Jhpiego’s internal project management curricula) or PMD Pro, or will be within 60 days of hire
  • Likewise, 5 years’ progressively responsible experience developing or implementing international health or development programs
  • Similarly, successfully managing small to medium sized public health projects (e.g., multiple partners, difficult donor relations, low in-country capacity) by at least 2 different types of donors, including one USG donor in multiple countries with experience:
    • Submitted high quality reports submitted on time to donors
    • Managed partners as part of a consortium
    • Also, developed, analyzed and reviewed budgets
    • Analyzed expenses, variances, accruals, and pipelines
    • Successfully started up a new project
    • Likewise, developed work plans
    • Also, successfully closed out a project
  • Knowledge of USG or other international donor rules and regulations
  • Similarly, successfully supporting new program development for multiple proposals

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Specifications

Type of Opportunity Academic Job
Deadline10 December,2020
CountryUSA
Company NameJohns Hopkins University
CityBaltimore

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