- Education: An advanced degree in social or behavioral sciences, health, public health, or other relevant field is required.
- Prior Work Experience: Seven (7) to ten (10) years of prior senior-level experience in the field of HIV/AIDS and public health is required; prior work experience with USAID or another international agency is desired. Clearly-defined experience in program and fiscal management is required.
- Post Entry Training: Needs AOR/COR certification training, GLASS certification, technical training in public health, and USAID mandated/recommended other trainings. d. Language Proficiency: Level IV (fluent) in English and Nepali Language is required.
- Job Knowledge: Must possess an advanced knowledge of technical and programmatic public health issues in Nepal and the approaches to address them. Knowledge of evaluation methods, both quantitative and qualitative, is required. Knowledge and implementation of effective supervisory techniques is essential. Knowledge of strategies for conducting evidence-based program design, implementation, and monitoring is critical. The TL must also possess a detailed understanding of the Government of Nepal’s bureaucracy, structure, and procedures so as to effectively advocate with senior-level technical counterparts. Skills and Abilities: Must possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with counterparts from USAID; USAID implementing partners; central- and district level Government of Nepal and non-governmental organizations. Must possess high quality analytical skills and the ability to assess ongoing public health interventions to evaluate their efficacy and efficiency. Demonstrated supervisory skills and experience, especially of other technical staff, are critical. The ability to communicate openly and effectively in English, both orally and in writing, is essential. Excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to work in a team environment is required. The TL is required to thoroughly understand Mission and Agency specific policies and procedures which govern project activity management in addition to the mission-established administrative operating procedures, policies and mission orders. This work requires financial management, budgeting, contract management and specific technical skills. Given the TL’s supervision of disparate fields of public health, she must possess a finely honed ability to both absorb and understand highly complex information for multiple disciplines to manage significant operations