In partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), ICAP will conduct Population-based HIV Impact Assessments (PHIAs) in specific PEPFAR-supported countries. Each PHIA will define the status of the national HIV epidemic, guide global and local allocation of funding and resources based on evidence, and integrate capacity building of country stakeholders in the design, conduct, analysis, and use of PHIAs.
Reporting to the Senior Program Officer, PHIA Project, the Program Assistant, Short-term Casual will assist PHIA project teams with programmatic, technical and administrative responsibilities to support PHIA planning and implementation.
Assist with the development and editing of presentations, reports and other project documents, such as SOP manuals and survey training materials 20%
Assist with the formatting of data tables in Microsoft Word and Excel 20%
Assist in the development and management of program planning and monitoring tools 20%
Assist in compiling and reviewing information for program documents such as guidelines for program management, progress and financial reports, project budget and budget justifications, consultancy agreements and sub-agreements 10%
Assist with meeting logistics and administrative activities 20%
Perform other duties as assigned 10%
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in education or experience
Strong analytical and organizational skills
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Excellent attention to detail
Strong interpersonal and cultural competency skills
Ability to work independently and manage various tasks in a team setting
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (e.g., Excel, Word, Outlook)
A master's degree in public health, public affairs or a related discipline
Proficiency in French or Portuguese would be beneficial
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
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