Technical director

ADPP Moçambique seeks an experienced candidate for the role of Technical Director for a five-year project: USAID’s Facilitating Impact that Lasts for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (FILOVC) Local Activity in Mozambique. 

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ADPP Mozambique is a Mozambican non-governmental association established in 1982 working in the areas of quality education, health and well-being and environment and sustainable agriculture. At the core of ADPP’s mission is promoting the social and economic development of the most vulnerable people in society with special attention to children, orphans, women and girls. Our vision is to build towards a better future, where every human being, regardless of their gender, race, creed, nationality, and origin, physical or mental state, has the same rights to life, treatment with dignity, rights to expression and choice, safe and secure livelihoods to pursue their dreams and realize their full potential.   ADPP currently implements over 60 projects across all provinces of Mozambique and has over 3,000 staff members. 

The overall goal of the activity is to “improve the health of children and adolescents highly vulnerable to and/or significantly impacted by Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) in Mozambique.” The focus of the program will be on identifying and supporting children highly vulnerable to HIV acquisition, children and adolescents living with HIV (C/ALHIV), and children impacted by HIV-related morbidity or mortality among one or more primary caregivers. 

The position is based in Nampula province, and the project will cover 3 provinces: Niassa, Nampula and Cabo Delgado.

Responsibilities 

  • Oversee the OVC components of the activity, including work planning and reporting, and should have demonstrated experience related to the management and implementation of public health programs. 
  • Oversee all the programmatic and technical aspects of the project, including ensuring the technical quality of services. 
  • Coordinate the teams in the provinces and monitor the progress against the targets set.
  • Oversee the development and execution of the work, monitor the implementation of the work plans, and support coordination with local government and other key partners. 
  • Report directly to the CoP, support the CoP in providing technical direction to project implementation, and ensure that the OVC results are met. 
  • Ensure strong linkages with all other project components. This position supervises and works directly with the Program Officers. 

Qualifications

  • Degree in public health, social sciences, social work, child development, education 
  • Eight (8) years of experience in development, public health and HIV programs focusing on community-based HIV/AIDS care and support, gender-sensitive social and child protection with gender, OVC, AGYW and HEI in Mozambique 
  • Demonstrated skills in strategic planning, supervising field teams, program management, implementation, reporting and monitoring and evaluation, preferably for PEPFAR-funded OVC programs 
  • Familiarity with Mozambique’s institutional, policy, and programming context for OVC 
  • Fluency in English and Portuguese 

Interested candidates must submit their CVs, accompanied by the letter of expression of interest and copies of the certificates, to the e-mail address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. until the 22nd February 2022, indicating in the subject of the email the position to which he applies.

Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager

ADPP Moçambique seeks an experienced candidate for the role of Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Manager for a five-year project: USAID’s Facilitating Impact that Lasts for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (FILOVC) Local Activity in Mozambique.

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ADPP Mozambique is a Mozambican non-governmental association established in 1982 working in the areas of quality education, health and well-being and environment and sustainable agriculture. At the core of ADPP’s mission is promoting the social and economic development of the most vulnerable people in society with special attention to children, orphans, women and girls. Our vision is to build towards a better future, where every human being, regardless of their gender, race, creed, nationality, and origin, physical or mental state, has the same rights to life, treatment with dignity, rights to expression and choice, safe and secure livelihoods to pursue their dreams and realize their full potential.   ADPP currently implements over 60 projects across all provinces of Mozambique and has over 3,000 staff members. 

The overall goal of the activity is to “improve the health of children and adolescents highly vulnerable to and/or significantly impacted by Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) in Mozambique.” The focus of the program will be on identifying and supporting children highly vulnerable to HIV acquisition, children and adolescents living with HIV (C/ALHIV), and children impacted by HIV-related morbidity or mortality among one or more primary caregivers. 

The position is based in Nampula province, and the project will cover 3 provinces: Niassa, Nampula and Cabo Delgado.

Responsibilities

  • Monitoring, evaluation, and reporting activities under this award. 
  • Lead the development, management, and implementation of the MELP.
  • Develop and maintain systems to collect and analyze data on inputs, outputs, outcomes, and impact of the program. 
  • Work closely with the district staff to ensure adequate reports and good data quality.
  • Conduct supportive supervisory visits to districts and help district supervisors to observe, monitor, guide, and provide feedback on the use of data and indicators and analysis of monthly data. 

Qualifications

  • A degree in demography, statistics, public health, mathematics, or another related field 
  • At least four (4) years of experience related to monitoring, evaluating, and reporting on programs related to HIV, social protection, or community development 
  • Demonstrated experience in surveillance and monitoring and evaluation, with preferred experience related to HIV and OVC programs 
  • Fluency in English and Portuguese 
  • Experience in design and implementation of M&E systems for community-based HIV or other public health or development programs 

Interested candidates must submit their CVs, accompanied by the letter of expression of interest and copies of the certificates, to the e-mail address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. until the 22nd February 2022, indicating in the subject of the email the position to which he applies.

Administrative and Financial Manager

ADPP Moçambique seeks an experienced candidate for the role of Administrative/Financial Manager for a five-year project: USAID’s Facilitating Impact that Lasts for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (FILOVC) Local Activity in Mozambique.

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ADPP Mozambique is a Mozambican non-governmental association established in 1982 working in the areas of quality education, health and well-being and environment and sustainable agriculture. At the core of ADPP’s mission is promoting the social and economic development of the most vulnerable people in society with special attention to children, orphans, women and girls. Our vision is to build towards a better future, where every human being, regardless of their gender, race, creed, nationality, and origin, physical or mental state, has the same rights to life, treatment with dignity, rights to expression and choice, safe and secure livelihoods to pursue their dreams and realize their full potential.   ADPP currently implements over 60 projects across all provinces of Mozambique and has over 3,000 staff members. 

The overall goal of the activity is to “improve the health of children and adolescents highly vulnerable to and/or significantly impacted by Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) in Mozambique.” The focus of the program will be on identifying and supporting children highly vulnerable to HIV acquisition, children and adolescents living with HIV (C/ALHIV), and children impacted by HIV-related morbidity or mortality among one or more primary caregivers. 

The position is based in Nampula province, and the project will cover 3 provinces: Niassa, Nampula and Cabo Delgado.

Responsibilities

  • Oversee project finances and other operational and administrative duties. 
  • Supervise all grant and contract management and reporting on contract and grant performance. 
  • Provide financial and technical management to ensure best use of resources by preparing sound budgets, monitoring project expenses, and ensuring timely preparation of USAID financial reports. 

Qualifications: 

  • Degree in finance, business, administration, accounting, or related area 
  • Five (5) years of demonstrated expertise in administrative and financial management in development assistance projects, including sub-grants 
  • Experience in developing and managing a donor-funded grants program 
  • Strong financial and operational management experience with proven management skills 
  • Knowledge of USG financial management rules and regulations 

Interested candidates must submit their CVs, accompanied by the letter of expression of interest and copies of the certificates, to the e-mail address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. until the 22nd February 2022, indicating in the subject of the email the position to which he applies.