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Job Locations Other
Posted Date 5 days ago(2/27/2024 8:33 AM)
Pact seeks a Project Director for an anticipated, multi-year, donor-funded civil society support and inclusion (women and youth) project for Africa’s Great Lakes region. This position is contingent upon award and will be based in the Great Lakes region.  
Job ID
2024-2199
Job Locations Other
Posted Date 5 days ago(2/27/2024 9:37 AM)
Pact seeks a Capacity Development Advisor for the U.S. Department of State (DOS), Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL) funded program titled, ‘DRL Capacity Strengthening for Regional and Grassroots LGBTQI+ Civil Society in East Asia and/or the Pacific.’ The program aims to strengthen the organizational capacity of regional civil society organizations (CSOs) advancing respect for the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex (LGBTQI+) persons in East Asia and/or the Pacific. This is anticipated to be a two to three-year project with the possibility of an 18-month extension. This position is contingent upon award and can be based in Cambodia, Indonesia, Thailand, or the USA. Only candidates eligible to work in these countries will be considered.  International allowances are not available. 
Job ID
2024-2198
Job Locations Other
Posted Date 1 week ago(2/23/2024 3:44 PM)
Pact seeks a Chief of Party for the U.S. Department of State (DOS), Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL) funded program entitled, ‘DRL Capacity Strengthening for Regional and Grassroots LGBTQI+ Civil Society in East Asia and/or the Pacific.’ The program aims to strengthen the organizational capacity of regional civil society organizations (CSOs) advancing respect for the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex (LGBTQI+) persons in East Asia and/or the Pacific. This is anticipated to be a two to three-year project with the possibility of an 18-month extension. This position is contingent upon award and can be based in either Cambodia, Indonesia, Thailand, or the USA.   Only candidates eligible to work in these countries will be considered.  International allowances are not available. 
Job ID
2024-2197
Job Locations KE
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/19/2024 2:25 PM)
The Senior Internal Audit Officer will execute compliance and Internal Audit reviews of CSM Stand projects within established organization process controls.  The Senior Officer will develop formal written reports to communicate compliance and audit results to Pact management and regulatory agencies, if applicable, and make recommendations as appropriate. The Senior Officer may facilitate the work of external auditors during on-site visits.
Job ID
2024-2194
Job Locations KH-Phenom Penh
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/12/2024 1:44 PM)
  Pact seeks a Chief of Party (COP) for the USAID/Cambodia Localization Support Activity. The purpose of the Activity is to support USAID/Cambodia efforts to ensure that local actors are leading Cambodia’s development. Primary services under the prospective activity will cover the three categories: support for Mission staff to improve local partnership; monitoring, evaluation and learning; and capacity strengthening for local actors. This is anticipated to be a five-year activity (2024-2029).   The COP will supervise all activities related to this program and have overall responsibility for the technical assistance team's successful performance. The COP will provide strategic leadership and bear primary responsibility for all administrative requirements of the award, ensuring that quarterly key performance indicators, objectives, and deliverables for the project are met.              The COP will be accountable for ensuring the project follows USAID regulations, the contract, and Pact policies. The COP will serve as the official representative of Pact for this activity and be primarily responsible for liaising with high-level USAID and government officials, and forging alliances with a myriad of businesses, organizations and stakeholders and managing multiple offices. This position is contingent upon award and is anticipated to be based in Phnom Penh.
Job ID
2024-2193
Job Locations KH-Phenom Penh
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/12/2024 1:44 PM)
  Pact seeks a Chief of Party (COP) for the anticipated USAID/Cambodia Employ Workforce Development Initiative (Employ). The purpose of the initiative is to equip Cambodians with job skills tailored to sectors that are driving inclusive and sustainable growth and economic diversification by working directly with and through local partners such as private businesses, universities and vocational training institutions. The initiative will prepare Cambodia’s emerging workforce with the skills and knowledge that will allow them to compete for and thrive in the jobs of tomorrow. Employ will also emphasize improving the capabilities of women and youth in science, technology and innovation, concentrating on areas like the green economy, STEM-related fields, digital technology and manufacturing.   The COP will be responsible for technical leadership and the overall management and operations of the Activity as well as Pact Cambodia office. The COP will supervise high-quality project implementation, with a focus on achieving the project goals and USAID/Cambodia development objectives. The COP will supervise all activities related to this program and have overall responsibility for the technical assistance team's successful performance.   The COP shall provide strategic leadership and bear primary responsibility for all administrative requirements of the initiative, ensuring that the quarterly key performance indicators, objectives, and deliverables for the project are met. He/she will be responsible for ensuring the project follows USAID regulations and Pact policies. The COP will be the official representative of the initiative and be primarily responsible for liaising with high level USAID and government officials, and forging alliances with a myriad of businesses, organizations and stakeholders and managing multiple offices.   The Chief of Party will also serve as the Country Representative. As such, the individual will be the main contact for all organizational matters pertaining to the Pact Cambodia office and will liaise with Pact DC office, Asia Regional office, and other country office teams.   This is anticipated to be a five-year activity (2024-2029). This position is contingent upon award and anticipated to be based in Phnom Penh City, Cambodia.
Job ID
2024-2192
Job Locations SV
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/12/2024 1:45 PM)
Pact is seeking an experienced Grants & Contracts Manager to oversee a significant sub-grants portfolio for USAID-funded program in El Salvador that focuses on strengthening the organizational and technical capacities of civil society. Reporting to the Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP), the Grants & Contracts Manager will oversee the full cycle of sub-award administration and management activities, ensuring compliance with USAID rules and regulations and other USG guidelines. S/he will support Activity staff and partners through targeted training on grant application processes and grant management. S/he will coordinate closely with the technical team and finance and administration team, as well as supervise and mentor additional sub-grants staff.
Job ID
2024-2191
Job Locations KE
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(2/6/2024 4:07 PM)
Pact seeks a Capacity Development (CD) Director for the USAID-funded Strengthening Youth and Women’s Civic Participation Activity which aims to increase collaboration, sustainability, and resilience of civil society and independent media to advance the inclusion, participation and leadership of youth and women in Sudan. The activity will apply locally led, problem-driven, adaptive approaches.     This program is in year two of an anticipated five-year activity, with a dramatic shift in the operating context in response to the onset of violent conflict in Sudan. This position will support Sudan programming from a program office in Nairobi, Kenya or Kampala, Uganda with regular travel in the East Africa region.   The Capacity Development Director is accountable for leading the Activity’s strategy for strengthening the capacity of local partners and leading the development and realization of local organizations’ resource mobilization and sustainability strategies. The director will lead a team that drives and monitors implementation of CD activities by mentoring technical teams, ensuring adherence to targets, timelines, budget management and achievement of objectives. In addition to leading the technical and contextual adaptation of Pact and partner’s CD tools and approaches to support achievement of Activity objectives and targets, the Director will be responsible for CD related resource sharing, knowledge management, best practices, cross learning, and innovations that yield sustainable CD results.    
Job ID
2024-2190
Job Locations MG
Posted Date 1 month ago(2/1/2024 2:47 PM)
Pact seeks a Technical Director for the anticipated USAID-funded Madagascar Accessible Continuum of Care and Essential Services Sustained (ACCESS) follow-on, which aims to (i) increase the availability of quality health services, (ii) improve health infrastructure, (iii) strengthen the capacity of the Malagasy health system, and (iv) promote healthy behaviors among Malagasy communities. This is anticipated to be a five-year (2024-2029) contract in the $90M range. This position is contingent upon award and is anticipated to be based in Antananarivo
Job ID
2024-2189
Job Locations ZM
Posted Date 1 month ago(1/26/2024 3:38 PM)
Pact seeks an experienced Senior Technical Advisor-Transition and Sustainability for the five-year (2023-2028) USAID Zambia Integrated Health Activity. USAID Zambia Integrated Health aims to improve health outcomes of Zambians through equitable access to high-quality, client-centered HIV; TB/HIV; maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH); and family planning/reproductive health (FP/RH) services, products, and information to reduce mortality, morbidity, and HIV transmission for populations in focus districts in Central, Copperbelt, and North-Western provinces. Led by Pact, USAID Zambia Integrated Health is implemented partners, CIDRZ; COH, CRZ, m2m, Viamo, and ZNYP+. The Senior Technical Advisor-Transition and Sustainability will provide technical leadership for USAID Zambia Integrated Health’s third component area: Increasing capacities of the Provincial and District Health Offices (PHOs/DHOs) to gradually transition direct service delivery of quality integrated health services and sustain services beyond Activity implementation.
Job ID
2024-2188
Job Locations MG
Posted Date 1 month ago(1/26/2024 3:03 PM)
Pact seeks an experienced Chief of Party (COP) for the anticipated USAID-funded Madagascar Accessible Continuum of Care and Essential Services Sustained (ACCESS) follow-on, which aims to (i) increase the availability of quality health services, (ii) improve health infrastructure, (iii) strengthen the capacity of the Malagasy health system, and (iv) promote healthy behaviors among Malagasy communities. This is anticipated to be a five-year (2024-2029) contract in the $90M range. This position is contingent upon award and is anticipated to be Antananarivo.    The COP will be responsible for technical leadership and the overall management and operations of the Activity. The COP will supervise high-quality project implementation, with a focus on achieving the project goals and USAID/Madagascar development objectives. The COP will take a leadership role in coordination of all activities across all relevant parties including USAID, the Government of the Republic of Madagascar, local organizations, key stakeholders, and implementing partners. The COP will also oversee all project staff and sub-partners for results-oriented planning, leadership, and coordination of project activities.   The specific duties to be carried out by the successful candidate are:   
Job ID
2024-2186
Job Locations BI-Bujumbura
Posted Date 1 month ago(1/25/2024 4:22 PM)
Pact seeks an experienced Senior Finance and Administration Manager for the anticipated USAID-funded Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health, Immunization, and Malaria (RMNCI+M) Activity in Burundi. This Activity will support comprehensive RMNCI and Malaria services at health facility and community level and will strengthen the health system at the national and district levels, to:   1) Improve the delivery of high-quality RMNCI+M services across the continuum of care; 2) Promote healthy behaviors among women, youth and men, and 3) Strengthen the health system to support high-quality delivery of integrated care. It will also improve malaria case management among older children (above five years) and adults.   RMNCH+M is anticipated to be a five-year (2024-2029) cooperative agreement in the $25-49.99M range.  This position is contingent upon award; the location of this position will be determined at a later date. There will be frequent travel to provincial offices.      The Senior Finance and Administration Manager will provide overall procurement, financial, operational, safety and security, and compliance support to the project. The SFAM ensures transparent administrative, financial, and reporting procedures; effective financial controls; and oversight of sub-grants. In coordination with the Pact, s/he will initiate, develop, maintain, and revise policies and procedures for the general operation of the finance and compliance program and its related activities and to promote cost efficiency and compliance with all rules and regulations.    
Job ID
2024-2185
Job Locations BI-Bujumbura
Posted Date 1 month ago(1/25/2024 4:21 PM)
Pact seeks a Sr. Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) Manager for the anticipated USAID-funded Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health, Immunization, and Malaria (RMNCI+M) Activity in Burundi. This Activity will support comprehensive RMNCI and Malaria services at health facility and community level and will strengthen the health system at the national and district levels, to:   1) Improve the delivery of high-quality RMNCI+M services across the continuum of care; 2) Promote healthy behaviors among women, youth and men, and 3) Strengthen the health system to support high-quality delivery of integrated care. It will also improve malaria case management among older children (above five years) and adults.   RMNCH+M is anticipated to be a five-year (2024-2029) cooperative agreement in the $25-49.99M range.  This position is contingent upon award; the location of this position will be determined at a later date. There will be frequent travel to provincial offices.        
Job ID
2024-2184
Job Locations BI-Bujumbura
Posted Date 1 month ago(1/25/2024 4:22 PM)
Pact seeks an experienced Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP)/Technical Director for the anticipated USAID-funded Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health, Immunization, and Malaria (RMNCI+M) Activity in Burundi. This Activity will support comprehensive RMNCI and Malaria services at health facility and community levels and will strengthen the health system at the national and district levels, to: 1) Improve the delivery of high-quality RMNCI+M services across the continuum of care; 2) Promote healthy behaviors among women, youth and men, and; 3) Strengthen the health system to support high-quality delivery of integrated care. It will also improve malaria case management among older children (above five years) and adults. The DCOP will directly assist the Chief of Party by providing technical and strategic leadership and oversight of project implementation and management.   RMNCH+M is anticipated to be a five-year (2024-2029) cooperative agreement in the $25-49.99M range. This position is contingent upon award. The location of this position will be decided at a later date. Frequent travel to the provincial offices is anticipated.
Job ID
2024-2183
Job Locations BI-Bujumbura
Posted Date 1 month ago(1/24/2024 2:50 PM)
Pact seeks an experienced Chief of Party (COP) for the anticipated USAID-funded Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health, Immunization, and Malaria (RMNCI+M) Activity in Burundi. This Activity will support comprehensive RMNCI and Malaria services at health facility and community level and will strengthen the health system at the national and district levels, to:   1) Improve the delivery of high-quality RMNCI+M services across the continuum of care; 2) Promote healthy behaviors among women, youth and men, and 3) Strengthen the health system to support high-quality delivery of integrated care. It will also improve malaria case management among older children (above five years) and adults.   This is anticipated to be a five-year activity (2024-2029).  RMNCH+M is anticipated to be a $25-$49.99M cooperative agreement.  This position is contingent upon award; it is anticipated to be based in Bujumbura with frequent travel to provincial offices.
Job ID
2024-2180
Job Locations US-DC
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/16/2024 2:15 PM)
Pact is seeking a Washington, DC-based Technical Advisor for the USAID-funded Strengthening Youth and Women’s Civic Participation Program, focused on Sudan. The Program aims to increase collaboration, sustainability, and resilience of civil society and independent media to advance the inclusion, participation and leadership of youth and women in Sudan. The activity will apply locally led, problem-driven, adaptive approaches. This program is now in year two of an anticipated five-year activity, with a dramatic shift in the operating context since the program commenced startup in Khartoum in October 2022 and has worked to adapt to the onset of violent conflict in April 2023. Collaborating closely with colleagues in the East Africa region, this position will support Sudan programming from Pact’s Washington, DC office and be part of the team managing the global Civil Society and Media mechanism that Pact leads, with travel to the region as feasible. The position will report to CSM-STAND Associate Award Technical Director and be part of Pact’s Governance team. The Advisor will be responsible for providing quality technical guidance and support to the Sudam program covering a range of topics: civil society engagement, grant-making, technical and capacity development support for partners, consortium partner engagement, and context analysis and reporting. The chosen candidate will also work closely with the Sudan program team to shape and support a large portfolio of sub-grants with Sudanese, regional and international organizations.
Job ID
2024-2179
Job Locations US-DC
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(2/6/2024 11:54 AM)
The Technical Writer, Sustainable Markets,primarily works with technical and country-basedstaff on proposals to private sector funders and occasionally to public sector and foundation funders, with a special focus on sustainable markets (environment and energy, livelihoods and responsible mining) opportunities aligned with strategic areas of growth.S/he will be responsible for developing high quality and technically sound proposalsthat are responsive to and compliant with funder requirements, working togetherwith technical experts within Pact’s Sustainable Markets Team, Pact’s country offices, Business Development team, Programs Operations team, and Integrated Communications team. Beyond proposals, the Technical Writer, Sustainable Markets, will craft and maintain an up-to-date catalog of written materials for prepositioning, such as capability and past performance statements. S/he will also dedicate time toward supporting documentation as part of Pact’s global thought leadership to influence the public,private, and social sectors, and will also serve as a member of Pact’s cross-sectoral Technical Writers and Editors(TWE) team. The Technical Writer, Sustainable Markets, will report to the Vice President, Sustainable Markets.  
Job ID
2024-2178
Job Locations TZ
Posted Date 2 months ago(1/8/2024 1:29 PM)
The Capacity Strengthening Advisor will manage the implementation of the anticipated USAID Tanzania Strengthening the Capacity of Local Organizations activity, under the leadership of the COP. She/he will focus efforts on supporting the improvement of the organizational capacity, financial management and internal controls and operations for local organizations to ensure their sustainability and growth. This position is contingent upon award of the contract agreement. 
Job ID
2024-2177
Job Locations ML
Posted Date 2 months ago(12/22/2023 3:51 PM)
Pact, Inc. seeks a Human Resources (HR) and Administrative Coordinator for the USAID-funded Basiki ni Tagne Kunafoni Project, focused on Mali. This two-year, information integrity project aims to enhance publicly available content that provides timely, relevant, and accurate information to Malian citizens through data-driven approaches that promote media literacy, mitigate harm from inaccurate information, and optimize the reach of quality information.  The HR and Administrative Coordinator is responsible for all HR aspects of the project including conducting recruitment, hiring, training and managing employee records. The successful candidate will support the project with administrative tasks including maintaining files, assisting with payroll and coordination. This role is in Bamako, Mali and will report to the Finance and Operations Manager. The HR and Administrative Coordinator will serve as the Basiki ni Tagne Kunafoni project’s principle point of contact for all HR-related matters in Mali. This position has the primary responsibility for providing a wide range of complex and confidential administrative and project support. The HR and Administrative Coordinator must demonstrate initiative, take ownership of responsibilities, and complete projects with positive results. 
Job ID
2023-2173
Job Locations US-DC
Posted Date 4 days ago(2/27/2024 1:18 PM)
The Technical Writer, Global Health, primarily works with technical and country-based staff on proposals to public sector funders and occasionally to private sector and foundation funders, with a special focus on global health opportunities aligned with strategic areas of growth. S/he will be responsible for developing highly quality and technically sound proposals that are responsive to and compliant with funder requirements, working together with technical experts within Pact’s Global Health Team, Pact’s country offices, Business Development team, Programs Operations team, and Integrated Communications team. Beyond proposals, the Technical Writer, Global Health, will craft and maintain an up-to-date catalog of written materials for prepositioning, such as capability and past performance statements. S/he will also dedicate level of effort toward supporting documentation as part of Pact’s global thought leadership to influence the public, private, and social sectors, and is also a member of Pact’s cross-sectoral Technical Writers and Editors (TWE) team. The Technical Writer, Global Health, will report to the Vice President, Global Health.
Job ID
2023-2172