Working closely with the CQUIN Project Director in Eswatini and under the supervision of the CQUIN Principal Investigator in New York, the Associate Research Scientist (Deputy Director/Technical) will be responsible for ensuring that CQUIN provides high-quality technical assistance and world-class thought leadership in differentiated HIV services. The  Associate Research Scientist (Deputy Director/Technical) will provide coordination and oversight for CQUIN’s diverse communities of practice and support the design and delivery of CQUIN workshops, webinars, and technical meetings. As part of the CQUIN leadership team s/he will also support strategic planning, project evaluation, and support CQUIN’s regional staff as they liaise with Ministries of Health and other partners to promote uptake of DSD policies and tools; coordinate ICAP’s technical assistance in a wide range of domains related to DSD, including support for DSD-related operational manuals and guidelines; support DSD capacity building at the national and sub-national levels; and convene meetings, workshops, and south-to-south visits.

ICAP seeks highly qualified and experienced candidates to fill the CQUIN Deputy Director position. The successful candidate will have at least 10 years of experience in relevants in progressive responsibility designing, implementing, and evaluating HIV programs in Africa.

The incumbent will have a robust expertise in HIV differentiated service delivery and experience working in collaboration with Ministries of Health and other governmental and non-governmental partners to provide technical assistance and to influence policy and advance adoption of innovative program designs.

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The position is contingent upon availability of grant funding.


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