Saturday, December 4, 2010

RTI International Job

Vacancy for Chief of Party and Technical Leads
With a global staff of more than 2,600, RTI International offers innovative research and technical solutions to governments and businesses worldwide in the areas including: economic development, heath, training, training, governance, and advanced technology.
RTI International is seeking qualified applicants for the following positions to support an upcoming HIV prevention project targeting most-at-risk populations (MARPs) and Highly-vulnerable populations in Nigeria. The project will build on prevention tools and approaches that have been developed and implemented in Nigeria and will support mass media, community mobilization and interpersonal communications. The target groups for this project will include: female sex workers and their clients and to a lesser extent men having sex with men (MSM) and injecting drug users (IDU).
•    CHIEF OF PARTY – Applicants must have an advanced degree in public health, medicine, or other relevant field and a minimum of 12 years’ experience implementing HIV/AIDS programs in Africa, preferably in Nigeria. Technical expertise in HIV/AIDS prevention for general and special populations (such as MARPs); demonstrated success managing and leading technical and administrative teams for USG funded health projects as COP/Project Director; and proven ability to negotiate and influence policy decisions and build consensus across diverse set of stakeholders.
•    HIV PREVENTION TECHNICAL LEAD – Applicants must have an advanced degree in public health, medicine or related field and a minimum of 9 years of experience working on HIV prevention in Nigeria. Demonstrated experience providing technical assistance on HIV prevention, care, and treatment for at-risk populations and MARPs. Must have a firm command of behavioral prevention, clinical health systems, policy, and other issues related to targeted interventions for HIV service delivery for MARPs.
•    POLICY AND ADVOCACY TECHNICAL LEAD – Applicants must have an advanced degree in public health, medicine, public administration, or related and a minimum of 9 years’ experience working in policy and advocacy related to HIV prevention programming in Nigeria, including experience addressing stigma and discrimination for at-risk populations and MARPs. Demonstrated skills and experience strengthening links between national, district, and community-level stakeholders to better integrate policy analysis and ensure sustainable and effective service delivery to at-risk populations and/or MARPs.
Submit your detailed CV with contact information (including e-mail) to Please reference Nigeria MARPs in the subject line. 
Deadline for applications is December 17, 2010
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
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