We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of: Transition Pathway Strengthening Lead for the anticipated five-year USAID Health Technical Assistance (BANTU II). The purpose of BANTU II is to identify, recruit, hire, administer and support qualified individuals or organizations to provide short or long-term technical assistance as needed and requested by USAID Indonesia’s Office of Health and other offices, in particular, to support USAID, USAID-funded programs, the GOI (e.g., the Ministry of Health (MOH), National AIDS Commission, Indonesian Commission for Hospital Accreditation, etc.) parastatal organizations (e.g., Eijkman Institute), sub-national government (e.g., district health office), non-government organizations (NGOs), civil society organizations (CSOs), academic institutions, and other research institutes as required. Additionally, BANTU II will support USAID to strengthen the capacity and sustainability of its local partners so that these organizations will be better able to fulfill their mandates.
*Availability of position is contingent upon funding.
The Transition Pathway Strengthening Lead will support the design and implementation of capacity development initiatives for BANTU II stakeholders. In collaboration with the capacity strengthening team, he/she will be responsible to support and guide local partners as they transition to direct USAID funding.
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