DAI Global Health Job Vacancy: MERLC Director, Jakarta - Indonesian

DAI Global Health is seeking qualified candidates for an anticipated USAID-funded Tuberculosis Private Sector (TBPS) Activity to increase the number of care-seeking clients in the private sector who are correctly diagnosed, notified, and have successfully completed tuberculosis (TB) treatment.

USAID’s support will facilitate and enable the development, implementation, and evaluation of strategies that strengthen the private primary healthcare level to appropriately provide the continuum of TB care to care-seeking clients while reducing the burden and costs to the GOI at the secondary care level. The technical approach is anticipated to change private providers’ and patients’ behaviors by achieving the following three objectives: 
  • Increase private sector access to TB diagnosis and facilitate TB patient notifications; 
  • Increase the TB treatment success rate in the private sector; and 
  • Increase uptake of improved private provider engagement mechanisms in non-project districts.
DAI is seeking candidates for:
Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, Learning and Communications (MERLC) Director - The MERLC Director must have experience designing and implementing monitoring and evaluation systems for complex donor funded health projects, and in communicating outcomes to stakeholders at multiple levels (both directly, and via the creation of clear and compelling communication materials). He/She must have experience in designing and implementing a monitoring and evaluation system that can capture information at the activity level as well as at the individual district level. The MERLC Director must also have experience in leading processes to review and analyze global and local evidence to inform the establishment of in-country priorities for program and policy action. He/She must have exceptional communications and presentation skills, fluency in the English language, strong teamwork and effective cross-cultural interpersonal skills. The MERLC Director must also have significant experience working in middle income (lower and/or upper middle income) countries.

Interested candidates should send their CVs to [email protected] by 5:00pm Jakarta Time, March 9th, 2017. Please note, only finalists will be contacted.