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Employment

Current opportunities to work with the NCD Alliance and/or our partners will be listed on this page.

With a small, dynamic, passionate and skilled team, the NCD Alliance actively advocates, influences policy, brokers knowledge and good practice, and supports civil society capacity building around priority global health and development issues.

Consultancy work for the development of a policy research report

Contract Type: Consultant
Duration: February 2023 - April 2023 
Reporting to: Policy and Advocacy Officer
Start Date: February 2023
 
NCDA is looking for a consultant to produce a policy research report with guidance to national governments and funding bodies on the cost-effectiveness of different integration models of HIV/NCD service delivery. This report will generate evidence for preserving and increasing donor and public-sector investment and leverage existing global health programmes and mechanisms. Specific deliverables include:
 
  • Undertake a literature review on different HIV/NCD service delivery integration models;
  • Collect a series of case studies showcasing different levels of cost-effectiveness;
  • Provide recommendations to different stakeholders.

The ideal consultant, or group of consultants, for this project should have a track record of developing research in relevant areas of public health or health policy and advocacy. Global health experience and knowledge of HIV/NCD integration programmes and funding mechanisms is desired.

Read the Consultancy Work job description and learn how to apply!

Application Deadline: 22 January 2023

 


Consultancy work for the development of a framework to apply a health equity lens to NCD civil society advocacy

Contract Type: Consultant
Duration: February 2023 - March 2023
Reporting to: Capacity Development Director
 
NCDA is looking for a consultant/agency to support the development of a conceptual framework with practical guidance for NCD civil society primarily at national level to address equity issues. The framework will look to align with WHO’s upcoming World Report on Social Determinants of Health Equity, draw from the WHO Innov8 model and NCDA’s existing framework on access, and Our Views, Our Voices initiative, to support the application of a health equity lens to NCD advocacy work. The conceptual framework will incorporate both health systems dimensions (including the full continuum of care) and wider social determinants of health that lead to inequities. The guidance will enable organisations to apply the framework and use community-based approaches to identify those left behind and make advocacy recommendations for improvements, including strengthening engagement of communities, particularly those that are marginalised in the NCDs and UHC response. Specific deliverables will include:
 
  • Develop a methodology for developing the framework and guidance.
  • Engage an advisory group to oversee the development of the conceptual framework and guidance in consultation with NCDA.
  • Collate and review relevant background materials including the Innov8 model, existing NCDA resources such as Our Views, Our Voices materials, Rethinking social impact publication, NCDA’s impact goals, etc.
  • Review NCDA’s broader policy and advocacy efforts on social determinants of health equity (including NCDA’s September 2022 consultation to provide input to the WHO World Report).
  • Implement an agreed upon consultation process to collate relevant inputs (e.g., online survey, interviews with key informants, etc.).
  • Recommend a framework outline for NCDA and advisory group’s review.
  • Finalise the conceptual framework following approval/review.
  • Produce practical step-by-step guidance with a proposed methodology that utilises community-based approaches, to support rollout (and testing of methodologies) and operationalisation of the conceptual framework.

Read the Consultancy Work job description and learn how to apply!

Application Deadline: 20 January