Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation – Malawi (BCM-CFM) is a not-for-profit organization working in partnership with the Malawi Government in the health sector. Our Mission is to provide high-quality, high-impact, highly ethical pediatric and family-centered health care, health professional training and clinical research, focused on HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, malnutrition and other conditions impacting the health and well-being of children and families worldwide.
The Baylor-Tingathe program developed in 2008 initially responded to suboptimal uptake of PMTCT and pediatric HIV services in Malawi and has grown over the past 12 years to support the full cascade of HIV care and treatment services. The current CORE programming seeks to support the Malawi Government in achieving epidemic control, by providing client focused care to People Living with HIV from the time of diagnosis to linkage and full engagement in care. BCM-CFM’s CORE programming is funded by USAID, and is currently operating in 6 districts in Malawi. BCM-CFM is seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of:
Position: Grant Manager, CORE Program
Contract Duration: 1 year (renewable)
Position Type: Full-time
Location: Lilongwe, Malawi
Start Date: August 2021
Position Description & Responsibilities
The Grant Manager (GM), under the supervision of the CORE Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP), will be responsible for ensuring compliance of BCM-CFM’s USAID-funded programs with all USAID rules and regulations as well BCM-CFM organizational policies. The GM will also serve as the primary drafter of contractor and subaward agreements, consistent with USAID contracting regulations and BCM-CFM policies. The GM will possess strong compliance knowledge and interpersonal skills for working with a variety of internal leadership and extended partners. The GM will have solid written and verbal communication skills. The GM will have the following responsibilities:
As BCM-CFM donors potentially change in the future, the Grant Manager may be asked to support compliance with other donors besides USAID.
This is a summary of the primary responsibilities of the position, not an employment contract; it does not restrict the responsibilities that may be assigned. BCM-CFM may revise this document at any time.
Applications are sought from experienced, mission-driven candidates who meet the following profile:
How to apply
Suitably qualified and experienced candidates should forward their applications, including a detailed Curriculum Vitae and names of three traceable referees to:
Closing date for receiving applications is on 7th July, 2021. Only shortlisted applicants will be acknowledged.