King Faisal Hospital Rwanda Foundation (KFHRF)
The King Faisal Hospital Rwanda Foundation is currently at its beginning stage following an action plan that was approved by the hospital in October, 2020. Within the health domain, the Foundation’s major objectives will be to support researchers through funding, training and facilitation in dissemination of research data, establishing strategic relationships with academic, research-driven and research sponsoring institutions and supporting training for medical researchers.
As part of a social welfare that constitutes an integral part of the foundation, the hospital will financially assist patients who cannot afford medical care and will continue to sensitize the public on NCDs, congenital and surgical diseases for prevention and early consultation. Furthermore, the foundation will support surgical camps/outreach within the country in a bid to reduce long waiting lists in teaching hospitals. Finally, within the education domain, the foundation will be promoting new learning tools including e-learning and support Continuing Medical Education (CME).
Call for Applications: Resource Management Lead
Job Summary: The Resource Management Lead will be responsible for the overall management and success of the grants awarded by various funding agencies for Health Workforce Initiatives including the 4×4 reform. The Resource Management Lead will be involved in all steps of the grant lifecycle, from identifying funding opportunities, preparing proposals, reviewing and accepting terms and conditions, monitoring the progress and deliverables, to executing and reporting the spending and outcomes of the grant. The Resource Management Lead will also liaise with the Office of the Minister of State and the Department of Health Workforce Development at the Ministry of Health, the funding agencies, and other stakeholders to ensure the alignment and impact of the grant projects. The candidate will be seconded at the Ministry of Health for the duration of his/her employment.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Identify and apply for funding opportunities that align with the strategic goals and objectives of the 4×4 reform.
Prepare and submit high-quality and competitive grant proposals, including developing the project concept, budget, timeline, and deliverables.
Review and accept the terms and conditions of the grant contracts with the approval of the Office of the Minister of State.
Develop and implement the grant action plan, including setting up the project team, assigning roles and responsibilities, and establishing the monitoring and evaluation framework.
Track and report the progress and deliverables of the grant projects, including collecting and analyzing data, preparing and submitting periodic and final reports, and ensuring compliance with the grant requirements and regulations.
Execute and manage the grant budget, ensuring that the spending is directly tied to the programmatic objectives of the grant and adheres to the financial policies and procedures of the Ministry of State and the funding agencies.
Communicate and coordinate with the Office of the Minister of State, the funding agencies, and other relevant stakeholders, such as partners, beneficiaries, and experts, to ensure the smooth and successful implementation and dissemination of the grant projects.
Identify and resolve any issues or challenges that may arise during the grant lifecycle, and propose and implement appropriate solutions or mitigation measures.
Document and share the best practices and lessons learned from the grant projects, and provide recommendations for future improvement and sustainability.
Perform any other duties as assigned by the Office of the Minister of State.
Job Qualifications and Requirements:
Master’s degree or higher in project management, grant management or other related fields
At least five years of experience in grant management, preferably in the public sector and with international funding agencies.
Demonstrated knowledge and skills in grant writing, budgeting, monitoring and evaluation, and reporting.
Excellent communication and leadership skills, with the ability to work effectively with diverse stakeholders and teams.
Proficient in Microsoft Office applications, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, and other relevant software and tools.
Fluent in English, both written and spoken. Knowledge of other languages is an asset.
Self-motivated, organized, and strategic, with the ability to work independently and under pressure.
Flexible, adaptable, and innovative, with the ability to handle complex and dynamic situations
How to Apply?
All applications must be uploaded to this google form link no later than Thursday January 25th 2024 by 11:59pm CAT. The following application materials are required, and incomplete applications will not be considered.
Motivation Letter stating your reason for application.
Proof of Academic Credentials (Diploma and certificates)
Copy of National ID or passport
List and contacts of Professional References (3)
N.B: Only successful applicants will be contacted for the next steps through phone call/or email.