Join the Adara FamilyAt Adara Development, we look for staff who have a passion to change the world, with top-tier skills and a sense of humour to cope with a high-pressure environment. We have offices located in Australia, the USA, Uganda and Nepal. As part of our Development Philosophy we only hire local staff in Uganda and Nepal.
CLINICAL PROGRAMS MANAGER (USA)
- Are you an experienced NICU clinician and passionate about global health?
- Do you like sharing your knowledge and expertise to save newborn lives?
- Would you like the opportunity to travel and interact with a global team?
- Do you have a talent for writing and developing educational materials?
- If so, we want to hear from you.
- • Full time, permanent position with the global health team in Edmonds, WA
- • Provide clinical expertise in the care of newborns within Adara’s programs
- • Informal but professional, with very high standards of output and delivery. We are a fun, enthusiastic, and energy filled group, with a great work culture.
- • Reports to the Director of Global Health
- • Participate in Adara’s program development and management
- • Provide clinical expertise, support and training
- • Develop teaching and education materials for maternal, newborn and child programs
- • Manage the International Medical Volunteer program
- • Support Adara’s research projects
- • Minimum of five years of neonatal intensive care unit experience
- • Bachelor of Science in nursing required
- • Master’s degree desirable
- • Experience working in developing countries desirable
- • Experience in clinical research desirable
- • Experience in programme development desirable
- • Experience in curriculum development or nursing education desirable
- • Strong clinical knowledge
- • Strong writing and editing skills (MS Office)
- • Strong teaching and mentoring skills and a passion for sharing knowledge
- • Patience, flexibility and adaptability
- • Willingness and ability to travel internationally, multiple times per year and up to 4 weeks at a time
- • Great sense of humor
- • Generous paid leave benefits
- • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
- • Casual work environment
- • Great work culture
- • Diverse and inclusive workplace
- • Vibrant and connected global team
We are offering an exciting opportunity for the role of the Clinical Programs Manager at Adara Development, an international non-profit organization. The purpose of this job is to provide clinical expertise in the care of newborns throughout Adara’s programs with the overarching goal of reducing newborn deaths.
ABOUT THE ROLE
THE IMPACT YOU WILL CREATE
You will be part of Adara’s Global Health Team, which plays an integral role in achieving our organization’s goals. You will support Adara’s programs to save newborn lives:
To excel in this position, you will need:
WHAT WE OFFER
If you have the skills, the energy and the passion, we would love to hear from you.
ABOUT THE ADARA GROUP
The Adara Group has two quite different parts, but one united purpose – to support people in poverty. The first part is an international development organization spanning six countries, called Adara Development. The second part is two Australia-based corporate advisory businesses, Adara Advisors and Adara Partners. Adara’s vision is for each and every person to have access to quality health, education and other essential services, no matter where they live.
The Adara Group is an equal opportunity employer.
The Adara Group is a child-safe organization. All employees are required to undergo criminal background checks and sign our Child Protection Policy.
HOW TO APPLY
Please read the Job Description (JD) found here and email a Cover Letter and CV which address the Job Description to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please ensure you include ‘Clinical Programs Manager’ in the subject line.
Application window closes at 5:00pm, Friday December 13th, 2019.
Adara’s offices will be closed from December 23, 2019 to January 1, 2020.
Interviews will begin in the second week of January 2020.
RESEARCH, MONITORING AND EVALUATION OFFICER
- • develop yearly, quarterly and monthly work plans and get the sign off from the M&E Manager and the Nepal Country Director (NCD).
- • meet regularly with both M&E Manager (over Skype) and NCD (in-person) and promptly share meeting notes from these meetings.
- • assist the M&E Manager in conducting Theory of Change (ToC) workshops and developing a comprehensive ToC for each programme./li>
- • Using the ToCs, assist the M&E Manager to develop M&E Plans, including data collection tools and systems.
- • collect and manage all routine and event-specific qualitative and quantitative data, adhering to strict ethical standards. The RMEO will use a range of tools including questionnaires, interviews, observations and participatory approaches for data collection.
- • organise and enter data from fieldwork into Excel/SPSS software packages and to qualitative data sheets, and check data for accuracy.
- • assist the M&E Manager with data analysis./li>
- • using prior designed reporting templates, submit data to the M&E Manager on a regular basis, depending on the need of each RME project.
- • respond in a timely manner to requests for data from the M&E Manager and check all data for accuracy, cleanliness and thoroughness before submitting to the M&E Manager.
- • when necessary, translate information from local languages into English.
- • assist the M&E Manager and other staff to organise field visits and accompany them in the field when they visit Nepal, acting as a translator/interviewer where necessary.
- • represent Adara in relevant internal and external meetings in Nepal and share M&E findings, as agreed by the M&E Manager and the NCD.
- • build collaborative relationships with all programmes staff so that requests for RME data are met with an understanding that they are a means to achieving improved development outcomes.
- • assist the M&E Manager to train Adara staff and Partner staff to develop and implement programme ToCs and M&E frameworks for Adara programmes and provide them ongoing support with data collection and reporting activities.
- • build and maintain partnerships with universities to gain RME expertise as needed and to recruit student interns/volunteers for RME activities.
- • A bachelor’s degree or a higher degree in Social Science, Public Health, Development Studies or related field.
- • Demonstrated ability and minimum of 3 years’ experience in community development, public health, child protection or humanitarian response programmes in remote areas in Nepal as a project/programme/field officer/coordinator/manager (preferably in monitoring and evaluation, and work experience in Karnali or similar geographical areas).
- • Experience in M&E and demonstrated ability in developing and implementing M&E frameworks and systems (Logical Framework Analysis, Theory of Change and other M&E frameworks) and in social research and impact evaluations.
- • Demonstrated ability in conducting training sessions. /li>
- • Proven ability in data collection, consultation with community, report writing and documentation.
- • Demonstrated ability to complete repetitive and at times tedious data management tasks.
- • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written, with the ability to communicate with people from all social positions and ability to listen carefully and with patience and humility when interacting with children, women and men from diverse social, ethnic, religious and cultural groups in Nepal. Knowledge and familiarity of local customs and culture, especially in remote mid and far-western communities in Nepal would be preferred.
- • Fluency in spoken and written English and Nepali.
- • Good team player with strong organisational skills and strong interpersonal skills.
- • Proficiency in MS Office, including Word, Excel and Outlook, and with SPSS software packages and ability to work with internet-based communication methods including Skype.
- • Ability to work efficiently and meet tight deadlines.
- • Willingness for travel to remote areas in Humla and Nuwakot at least 4 times a year and ability and willingness to long-term stay (up to two months at a time) in project sites.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for the role of Research, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer in the Nepal Office of Adara Development, the international non-profit development arm of the Adara Group.
The Adara Group is a unique business-non-profit partnership. Adara Development specialise in maternal infant child health, children at risk, and remote and rural health and education. In Nepal we have worked in Humla since 2001 (implementing our holistic community development programmes); in Kathmandu we have worked since 2005 (in child protection and development); and in Nuwakot we have worked since 2015 in response to the Nepal Earthquakes.
We are looking for a person to work as the Research, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (RMEO) within our Nepal Team, based 50% in project sites. The Research, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer will support the Remote Community Development and Nepal Country Director, the Nepal team, and the Sydney-based Monitoring and Evaluation Manager, partner organizations and other relevant people and agencies in implementing the monitoring, evaluation and research.
OVERALL JOB GOAL
Adara’s Research, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (RMEO) is responsible for supporting Adara’s Monitoring and Evaluation Manager with the design of research, monitoring and evaluation frameworks and systems and with the implementation of research, monitoring and evaluation activities in Nepal. The RMEO will be based in Kathmandu with travel of up to two months at a time to Humla and up to three weeks at a time to Nuwakot Districts to implement RME activities, including data collection, data analysis, report writing, and training and facilitation.
This role involves liaison with Adara staff, partner NGOs, government line agencies, research partners, political and community leaders, and men, women and children and other development partners in Humla, Kathmandu and Nuwakot Districts.
1. Assist in the development of M&E Strategic plans, workplans, programme Theories of Change (ToC) and M&E frameworks:
2. Conduct data collection, data management, analysis and reporting:
3. Provide training and support to Adara staff and Nepal programme partners (NGOs and community) on RME:
If you have the skills, the energy and the passion, we would love to hear from you.
Adara Development is a child safe organisation. All employees are required to undergo a National Criminal Check and sign our Child Protection Policy.
HOW TO APPLY
If you are interested in applying, pleasure ensure you put ‘RMEO application’ in the subject line and email it to email@example.com. Please note that telephone inquiries cannot be entertained. Applications close on Friday December 13th, 2019.