HER Program Officer

at Care USA
Published November 7, 2022
Location Atlanta, GA, United States of America
Category Administration  
Job Type Full Time  

Description

CARE is seeking a Program Officer, who will provide programmatic and administrative support to the Health Equity and Rights (HER) Team. This position will provide general team support as well as support to specific projects, including, but not limited to supporting the Senior Director administratively; keeping abreast of the various restrictive grant timelines and project deliverables for the Senior Director working closely with Director of Business Operations and Finances; managing the revenue tracker related to USG funding, Foundation funding, Corporate and Private individual donor funding in collaboration with the Director for Resource Mobilization and Knowledge Management; proactively reaching out on behalf of the Senior Director and HER Leadership to key individuals in the global public health network to ensure engagement with the HER team; facilitating the scheduling of webinars, internal and external meetings, both virtual and in-person efficiently and independently; designing state-of-the art Power Point presentations for the HER team and for the Senior Director and, coordinating team events and coming up with ideas to boost HER team morale by engaging with HER Team members. Coordination of agenda and scheduling HER Team meeting , coordination and scheduling, Content development and communication on behalf of the HER Senior Director are also part of this position's roles.

Responsibilities:

1. Program administration

Support the Sr Director of HER team in daily administrative needs such as CARE administrative processes, locating technical resources and support to procurement and grants management.
Manage calendars and meeting schedules for the Senior Director of HER team.
Coordinate logistics for CARE’s presence at professional conferences and workshops, especially virtually.
Develop program materials such as MS Power Point slides, country fact sheets and informational brochures.
Contribute to donor reports, especially by reviewing the consistence of the data among narratives, workplans and tables/charts.
Generate tables, charts and graphs as needed for donor reports and other documents.
2. Database Management

Ensure that the public and private sector donor tracking database is maintained and updated on a weekly basis.
Manage the PDRM weekly meeting, cadence of meetings ensuring that the donor tracking database is uptodate.
Manage routine data, including data cleaning and entry to ensure completeness and quality.
Participate in regular review of health data to identify any trends, patterns or unexpected changes, and to support data for decision making for the Senior Director.

Education

Bachelor’s degree in Public Health, Social Sciences or related field

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