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Community Case Management (CCM) - Team Lead - Rotary Healthy Communities Challenge (RHCC)


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NGN Confidential
2 weeks ago

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PATH is currently recruiting

for a Community Case Management (CCM) Team Lead to provide technical oversight and management in case management and CCM for RHCC project activities’ implementation and optimization. This position is responsible for providing strategic and technical direction and implementation of case management and CCM activity design and outputs. PATH is seeking a highly motivated individual with robust CCM experience, strong management skills, extensive malaria expertise, robust analytical and writing skills, and extensive organizational and communication skills.


  • Collaborate with MACEPA’s Senior Technical Program Manager, local team, and regional staff to develop and implement an approach to RHCC project implementation to meet project goals and objectives

  • Collaborate NPHCDA, NMEP, state and local government teams to implement CHIPS trainings in targeted project areas

  • Supervise and manage the RHCC team and its performance in relation to PATH and project goals

  • Facilitate knowledge-sharing across global, regional, and country-based team-members to institutionalize knowledge and ensure consistency of PATH’s technical support mainly in CCM, but also in the areas of data quality and use and surveillance system strengthening.

  • Assess progress against goals and donor commitments to measure impact, identify program bottlenecks or weaknesses, help devise solutions to strengthen programs as necessary and ensure teams are consistently updated on progress and results. 

  • Assist the country team to engage partners and technical expertise for case management and CCM tasks.

  • Ensure the quality of products and documents produced by RHCC team members, including workplans and standard operating procedures, presentations, project reports and implementation updates, and/or communications with partners. 

  • Support development of annual country work plans and learnings for RHCC investments and assist the country team to manage effective implementation of planned activities, including providing timely and relevant review and feedback throughout implementation. 

  • Represent PATH and RHCC at meetings, manage relationships and coordination with national and regional partners.

  • Provide technical and operational assistance to the development of new concepts, proposals, and awards as relevant and as time permits.

  • Represent PATH internally and externally at donor workshops and meetings; at international conferences; and with peer organizations and private sector partners.

  • Identify, initiate, and participate in new opportunities, program design, proposal writing, and other business development efforts.

  • Required skills and experience:

  • Advanced degree in Public Health, Medicine, or related field. 

  • Eight+ years of progressively responsible leadership roles in the design and/or delivery of public health programs and research with a preference for experience in developing country settings. 

  • Five+ years of in-country experience leading, training and/or implementing Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses (IMCI), iCCM and/or malaria community case management programs in Nigeria. 

  • Excellent technical skills in malaria interventions, monitoring and evaluation; and the ability to deliver quality, high impact projects to provide value to stakeholders. 

  • Excellent people management skills with commitment to building a shared vision of the future, setting standards, and managing individual and team performance across multiple country sites. 

  • Demonstrated strong technical leadership, facilitation, and mentoring/capacity building skills. 

  • Expertise working with the NPHCDA and the Ministry of Health and other stakeholders, donors, and partners to develop and build consensus on implementation plans and manage them to success. 

  • Experience engaging and supporting USAID, BMGF, and/or other leading international development donors in national projects preferred. 

  • Experience working in coordination with international, regional, and national NGOs. 

  • Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to interact culturally sensitively with diverse internal and external individuals. 

  • Critical thinker, creative problem-solver, and innovator. 

  • Fluency in English. 

  • Ability to travel domestically and internationally an estimated 30% of the time. 

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