Costing and Finance Program Analyst for PEPFAR
Microsystems Automation Group
Washington, DC, USA
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- About company
- MicroSystems Automation Group (MSAG) was founded in 1987. We serve Federal, State, and Local Governments and private industry. For over 35 years, we have provided Management Consulting, Information Technology, and Physical Solutions products and services that create value and solve complex problems.
- Provide accurate and timely data to inform funding decisions, including through reports and analysis for both internal and external stakeholders. Assist with the development, approval, implementation and reporting on operational and strategic plans for PEPFAR countries and regional HIV/AIDS programs, as well the linking of these country programs into implementing partner level budgets and work plans. Provide input into strategic initiatives and decision making related to budget for costing of HIV/AIDS interventions. Support cost-effectiveness studies as needed. Work effectively with PEPFAR Strategic Information Advisors and Country Leads to assist with analysis of program budgets, work plans, and expenditure data to link with epidemiology and program coverage goals for HIV/AIDS services. Assist in the formulation, review and oversight of country planning and budgeting, including the linkages to implementing mechanism planning and budgeting, for implementation of PEPFAR priorities. Work closely to ensure quality and integrity of data used to report on progress toward achieving epidemic control and provide accountability for PEPFAR resources.
- Qualifications: Master's in Public Health, Epidemiology, Economics, Finance, Business, Public Policy, International Development or International Studies/Affairs or related fields (no relevant experience required) Bachelor's in Public Health, Epidemiology, Economics, Finance, Business, Public Policy, International Development or International Studies/Affairs or related fields with 5 years of relevant experience.
- Nice to have
- Ability to work effectively as part of a team, to interact collaboratively across GHSD units, field and program staff. Incumbent will work in concert with the PEPFAR country team(s) and multidisciplinary and interagency headquarters teams, including Country Leads, Strategic Information Advisors, Budget Advisors. Ability to exercise discretion, professionalism, and sound judgment in liaising with PEPFAR staff, U.S. Embassy staff, and other entities. Ability to accomplish organizational objectives through planning, organizing, setting work priorities, managing and adjusting workflow. Capacity to work independently and as part of a team.