Grants Manager USAID Project Jobs – John Snow, Inc (JSI)

Job Title:      Grants Manager
Organization: John
Snow, Inc (JSI)
Funding Source: United
States Agency for International Development (USAID)
Duty Station: Uganda
Reports to: Director of
Finance & Administration
About US:
John Snow, Inc. (JSI) is a
leader in improving the health of individuals and communities by providing
high-quality technical and managerial assistance to public health programs
worldwide. JSI has implemented projects in 100 countries, and currently
operates from eight U.S. and 81 international offices for the past 30 years.
The JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. ID a leading public health
research and consulting organization.
About USAID RHITES-N Project:
RHITES-N, Lango will contribute
to improving key population- based national health indicators; build the
capacity of the Ugandan government to carry out a sustainable and locally-
driven response to the HIV epidemic, while also improving TB, malaria,
nutrition, MNCH+A, and WASH outcomes. JSI will work with Ugandan stakeholders
to design and implement health system strengthening strategies to scale up high-impact,
evidence-based interventions at the national, sub-regional, district, and
community levels. Interventions will include VMMC, virtual elimination of
mother-to-child transmission of HIV, antiretroviral therapy, and condom
education and distribution. JSI will focus where the greatest impact can be
realized, with a priority on hard-to-reach and high-HIV-prevalence locations.
Job Summary: The Grants
Manager will establish and manage the grants system, policies and procedures
for the project and ensure adherence to JSI and donor requirements. The Grants
Manager work directly with and report to the Director of Finance &
Administration. S/he will collaborate closely with other technical and finance
staff to ensure quality technical and financial grants programming.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
  • The
    applicant for the USAID RHITES-N Project Grants Manager job placement
    should hold a Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree in Management,
    Accounting, Finance, Public Health, International Development, or related
    field preferred.
  • At
    least seven (7) years’ experience in grants management and/or programming.
  • Five
    years of  experience working on
    USG-funded projects, PEPFAR funding and reporting, and/or public health
How to Apply:
All candidates should send
their updated CVs to
Deadline: 20th April 2018
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