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Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI)

Manager, Malaria Elimination Initiative Advocacy and Communications

Req Number 40332BR

The MEI Advocacy and Communications Manager will be responsible for developing and managing implementation of a spectrum of high-profile strategic activities including partnership development, advocacy, and communications. He/she will develop and implement an evidence-based advocacy strategy that aims to raise awareness of elimination efforts across the globe, to secure political commitment and financial resources for the 34 eliminating countries to be able to achieve their goals. He/she will work closely with international partners in the malaria and global health communities, including high-level policymakers of donor institutions, and will convene high-level experts to build consensus around the requirements for eliminating malaria. He/she will also develop and implement a communications strategy to ensure that the MEI’s work, impact and results are widely disseminated, and to inform global and national policies with evidence generated from the MEI’s research. This is a full time, fully grant-funded position, reporting to the MEI Deputy Lead.

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Program Manager, MEI

Req Number 40228BR

The MEI Program Manager will work closely with MEI Leadership and the Global Health Group (GHG) Core Team to lead monitoring and evaluation of the MEI’s results and impact. Responsibilities will include developing and implementing a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) plan for the MEI’s new grant from the Gates Foundation ($15 million / 3 years) and other grants or contracts as they are received. The MEI Program Manager will be responsible for working with MEI Project Leads to develop annual work plans, regularly tracking progress against desired results and impact against the M&E plan and project work plans, and ensuring that projects are completed on time and within budget. The MEI Program Manager will be responsible for the annual and quarterly reports to the MEI’s funders. The individual will also oversee all of the MEI’s international subcontracts and vendor contracts for complex projects. As a member of the MEI Leadership Team, the MEI Program Manager will play a leading role in the strategic planning and fundraising efforts of the initiative. The MEI Program Manager must have M&E expertise, data analysis skills, excellent report writing and data presentation skills, proven program management and leadership skills, the ability to thrive in a fast-paced work environment with changing priorities, capacity to manage many complex projects and international partners simultaneously, and be a team player. This is a full time, fully grant-funded position, reporting to the MEI Deputy Lead. The candidate will also perform other related duties.

For more information or to submit an application, please visit UCSF Careers.

Private Sector Healthcare Initiative (PSHi)

None at this time

Evidence to Policy Initiative (E2Pi)

None at this time

Global Health Group Finance & Operations Team

Global Health Group Finance Analyst (Analyst III)

Req Number 40512BR

The GHG Financial Analyst will work closely with the GHG Operations Manager to support timely financial management of the activities of the Global Health Group and its initiatives. Responsibilities include accounting and financial monitoring of assigned projects (including reconciling general ledgers, rent and recharges); developing and regularly updating financial projections to support decision making and grant reporting; reviewing and processing vendor contracts, invoices and payments; and taking action to implement next steps to adjust or correct transactions (including updating payroll distributions, processing recharges, and supporting project closeout). The Financial Analyst will contribute to pre-award grant proposal development, and will monitor grant and contract reporting requirements to ensure timely reporting and/or invoicing.

The Global Health Group is a complex, fast-moving, policy-oriented research enterprise. Compelling candidates will be team players with strong budgeting and financial analysis skills, excellent time management and problem solving skills, and willingness and ability to be flexible and adjust to new projects and priorities as they arise. This is a full time, fully grant-funded position, reporting to the Global Health Group Operations Manager. The candidate will also perform other related duties as assigned.

For more information or to submit an application, please visit UCSF Careers.