|Date Posted||August 13, 2022|
Knowledge, Skills & Competences
• Solid experience in building and developing partnerships in political environments and in mediating complex issues and deliverables at country, regional and international level.
• Solid understanding and experience of strategic, organizational, and management issues.
• Understanding of Global Fund processes and its funding model.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Working level of English (or French) as well as knowledge of the local language (particularly
• the most common language used by key population representatives) are a requirement for this role.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office applications, email, internet and websites.
• Robust understanding of Governance and Ethics matters.
• High degree of organization, initiative, political awareness and knowledge of public
• health issues.
• Strong inter-personal skills and proven ability to communicate and interact diplomatically
• with high-level officials from the government, NGOs, UN agencies, the private sector
• and in-country PSEA network members.
• Strong writing, presentation and communication skills.
• Previous experience and/or background with government or private sector desirable.
Objective 1 related to Values and Principles driven actions & behaviors
• Monitoring CCM activities and deliberations to ensure the respect of the Values and Principles included in the CCM Code of Conduct
• Ensuring ethics considerations are embedded in decision-making processes
• Providing advice, ongoing guidance and support to all CCM members, CCM Leadership, Executive Committee and CCM Secretariat
• Ensuring all members are trained and aware of their role and responsibilities with training sessions and regular communications
• Tracking the completion of the CCM Code of Conduct e-learning modules by all CCM members
• Acting as custodian and mediator of ethical and governance matters to protect the integrity of the CCM as a whole, and resolving issues as they arise.
Objective 2 related to Conflict of Interest (CoI) management
• Ensuring all members have updated CoI Declarations on record
• Pre-screening meetings agendas against CoI declarations; identifying perceived, potential or actual CoI and informing the CCM Chair Supporting the CCM Chair with managing and mitigating identified CoI before, during and after meetings
• Ensuring the appropriate documentation including CoI declarations, meeting minutes and the management of these documents.
Objective 3 related to Policies & Procedures
• Ensuring the adoption and implementation of the Code of Conduct by the CCM as a body, by all CCM members and for new members going forward, and documenting the adoption
• Ensuring existing governance documents are periodically reviewed and revised as needed and endorsed by the CCM (by-laws, CoI procedures and declaration forms) and that they reflect the CCM Code of Conduct.
Objective 4 related to Accountability in case of alleged or reported breaches
• Ensuring CCM Code of Conduct breaches are appropriately and timely reported, addressed and documented
• Promoting and supporting compliance with the Whistle-blowing Policy (Duty to Speak Out)
• Supporting the response to potential ethical misconduct, including advising on investigations
• Initiating or supporting actions taken to prevent, manage and sanction CCM Code of Conduct breaches.
Objective 5 related to PSEAH
• Supporting the CCM in its shared responsibility for preventing and responding to SEAH, child protection, and related abuse of power in the context of Global Fund programs
• Supporting fund recipients in the execution of their PSEAH obligations and overseeing their ongoing adherence to the PSEAH requirements in the Code of Conduct for Recipients
• Serving as the in-country point of contact for the Global Fund on matters of PSEAH and coordinating the PSEAH Focal Points at the Principal Recipient level
• Acting as a “safe space” for in-person reporting of SEAH allegations and ensuring that the same exists across implementers
• Where available, joining and participating actively in any in-country PSEA networks 1
• Maintaining up-to-date referral pathways for victim/survivor support referrals
• Liaising on victim/survivor support with the Global Fund’s Victim Advocate and In-Country Support Coordinator
• Providing expertise on PSEAH to the CCM, including support and guidance to the CCM leadership
• Organizing an annual PSEAH training for CCM members, with the support of the in-country PSEA network and the Global Fund
• Advanced degree in public health, ethics, law, public administration, business administration, or related field.
Details of experience
• Experience working in program planning and management, and/or equivalent experience.
• Experience working in PSEAH or a related field, or in the prevention of/response to issues of misconduct.
• At least 5 years of professional experience (international or national) working in planning or management in the humanitarian sector or public health or disease program management.
Interested candidates who meet the requirements should send their details to: email@example.com