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We have a team of bright, talented Consultant with over 10 years working experience that give the firm a balance of experience and the best track record in various industries.

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HIV Programs Manager


Job Description

Project coordination
• Develop and supervise the adherence to project standard operating procedures (SOPs)
• Routinely communicate with the donors, stakeholders, the HIV regional coordinators and company HIV team
• Produce job aids for staff
• Coordinate and provide technical assistance to strategic partners (VAAC, other US CDC partner, provincial CDC/PAC and HIV sites: VCTs and OPCs)
• Coordinate with regional coordinators and HIV PPM Officers to plan training sessions
• Conduct trainings sessions and provide on-the-job training for company staff
• Develop materials to recruit private providers who are treating people living with HIV (PLHIV)
• Ensure recruitment of private providers (PPs) who are treating PLHIV
• Supervise the management of project contracts with PPs
• Visit private providers who are treating PLHIV and understand their concerns with participating in the project
• Share experiences of project implementation between districts
• Trouble-shoot problems with field implementation
• Track project deliverables and ensure all are developed and submitted on time
• Ensure patient confidentiality at all times

Technical assistance
• Assist company M&E team to develop dashboards and standardized data outputs

• Develop quality control (QC) and quality assessment (QA) documents

• Share and explain data summaries developed by the M&E team with National, Provincial or District level authorities
• Lead workshops to conduct a data use needs assessment with provincial, district and communitylevel stakeholders
• Lead company HIV M&E team to provide TA to all project sites (at national, provincial and district levels)

Stakeholder management
• Prepare plans and obtain approvals from relevant government authorities
• Meet with Provincial-, District-, and Ward-level health staff to discuss implementation of the project
• Liaise with government officials to ensure the smooth implementation of the project
• Plan and host quarterly progress updates with government officials

Data monitoring
• Ensure complete capture of HIV testing and treatment data including PrEP, PNC data and other implementation activities
• Support the compilation of project data from districts and provinces; and relay to the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) team
• Monitor recruitment of private providers
• Troubleshoot data quality issues in the field
• Communicate any issues discovered during field visits to management in a timely manner

Reporting requirements
• Maintain detailed notes and documentation on project activities
• Develop and submit field-visit reports for every monitoring trip taken
• Review and provide the feedback/solutions for HIV team’s field-visit reports
• Complete monthly reporting requirements for company and the donors
• Draft and review quarterly narrative reports in English and other project for UCSF
• Attend meetings with the donor and report on progress to targets
• Coordinate with Finance & Accounting (F&A) department and administration to monitor project budgets and prepare finance reports based on generally accepted accounting principles, company guidelines and donor requirements
• Meet quarterly and annual reporting deadlines.

• Ensure effective, timely responses to key stakeholder inquiries and concerns;
• Provide regular status update to supervisors and other key project stakeholders;
• Attend periodic meetings to report project progress;
• Communicate with company Directors and Managers about procurement needs;
• Facilitate and accompany, if possible, project site visits by external parties;
• Assist in all aspects of the implementation of the interventions of the grant;
• Other activities requested by company Directors.

Job Requirements

 Academic credentials
• Bachelor’s degree in a field related to health, epidemiology, development, or management is required
• Master’s degree preferred

Work experience
• Minimum 8 years of relevant work experience required
• Extensive experience engaging with government agencies
• Minimum 2 years of project management experience for HIV required
• Health-related work experience is strongly preferred
• Familiarity with USG and PEPFAR funding mechanisms, requirements and regulations (agencyspecific and federal) is very advantageous

Professional qualifications

• Self-motivated, independent working style
• Experience with personnel management
• Experience with working in collaboration with government health officials is required
• Able to independently write reports and create presentations
• Fluency in Vietnamese and English (both written and verbal) is required

Additional Information


We have a team of bright, talented Consultant with over 10 years working experience that give the firm a balance of experience and the best track record in various industries in: Executive, General Management, Manufacturing, Engineering, Operation, Human resources Management, Finance, Supply Chain, IT, …etc. 

We have experiences in dealing with Multi-culture and personalities in the industry to provide the best practices gained from working with a wide range of local & multinational companies. So, we can provide our service in America, Asia, Europe, and south America. 

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