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New Vacancies at University of Maryland Baltimore

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Position: Finance Implementation Lead
Job Summary: Working under the direction of the ERP Project Manager, the Finance Implementation Lead, will be responsible for successfully driven the implementation strategies for the financial and procurement modules for the new MGIC ERP system. S/he will be responsible for developing sound efficient financial and procurement workflows that follow best practices for internal controls and mirror workflows identified in the current policies and procedures.

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This person will be a central facilitator in defining functional requirements, refining our technology choices, supporting and coordinating internal and external architecture, and technical teams to ensure a smooth implementation and transition to the new ERP and will assist with training and implementation.
Responsibilities:
1. System Implementation
· Assess current financial policies and procedures and, from that, develop the ideal workflow to be used with the new ERP system.
· Ensure that workflows incorporate key financial and procurement controls as identified in policies and procedures.
· Working closely with internal and external finance and technical teams and evaluate how system changes will affect workflow, data, and reporting. Recommend changes based on their evaluations and input.
· Working with the ERP Project Manager, identify a key group of core users who will transition fund expenditure data from the old system to the new. Ensure that data to be converted is sound before transition and ensure that balances that move from the old system to the new agreement.
· Working with finance leads, determine how cash balances and other balance sheet items should be accounted for into the new system.
· Research design problems as they arise and propose solutions
· Develop and track project requirements with the implementation teams
· Develop and track project phasing and schedule with the implementation teams
· The document, communicate and manage changes that surface during design and implementation
· Monitor and manage functional, schedule, and cost risks for the project
· Communicate, in close collaboration with the ERP Project Manager, project status at scheduled meetings and serve as a central source of project information
2. Training
· Manage, in close collaboration with the ERP Project Manager, the day-to-day aspects of training and testing of the Finance and Procurement modules before launch
· Develop a training curriculum for finance and procurement staff, as well as program and other staff on the finance and procurements modules. Training materials should include user guides and job aids. Training itself should be prepared to be conducted both in-person and online.
· Identify key power uses who can be trained first and then train others.
3. Reporting and Documentation
· Working with key finance and procurement leads to identify all types of reporting that will be needed from the new system. Then, working with the ERP Project Manager, develop these reports using the ERP report writer tools, with supporting dashboards as required.
· Develop job aids so different types of users can perform reports.
· Train on report writing.
· Develop accurate documentation of the finance and procurement modules of the system
Qualifications
Education
· A bachelor’s degree in accounting plus 5 to 7 years of experience in international finance and managerial position with a US Government funded organization is required.
Experience:
· Advanced knowledge and expert understanding of USG rules and regulations related to award financial management; extensive knowledge of 2 CFR 200 is required; knowledge of the FAR is preferred.
· Demonstrated excellent, in-depth, and hands-on knowledge of accounting software and processes from the simple, QuickBooks, to the more complex such as Oracle or SAGE ERP systems. Preferably with an understanding of the complexities of multi-currency, multi-site, and multi-organizational implementations.
· Strong competency in Microsoft Office package
· Good supervisory skills and communication skills;
· Good interpersonal communication and relationship building skills
· Ability to work independently in a fast-paced and dynamic environment
· Attention to detail and a proactive, problem-solving approach is required
· Prior team management experience required
· Fluency in English and effective communication skills are required
· Ability to travel internationally 30-40% and/or ability to undertake temporary duty assignments to support country offices.

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Position: Data Use & eHealth Specialist
Job Summary
The University of Maryland Baltimore (UMB) works around the world to enhance capacity of governments, Regional and District Health Management Teams to improve quality of health services through targeted technical assistance, systems development & strengthening, and institutionalization of quality improvement initiatives. In Tanzania UMB works through its affiliate, Maryland Global
Initiatives Tanzania (MGIT) a nonprofit organization, works with the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC). MGIT conducts activities in Dar es Salaam, Tanga, Simiyu, Shinyanga, Mwanza, Mara, Kigoma, Kagera, Tanga and Coast MGIT receives funding from the United States Government’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention through the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) to provide Targeted Technical Assistance to Local Clinical Partners (LCIP) and Regional Health Management Teams (RHMTs) for Implementation of Comprehensive HIV Care, Treatment, and Support programs in the United Republic of Tanzania.

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Job Description
MGIT is looking for a qualified and dynamic e-Health Specialist to provide informatics and electronic health systems expertise to the health management information system components under the REACH project.
Location: Dar es Salaam
Reporting: eHealth Systems Development Manager
Key Roles & Responsibilities
  • Support all reporting and data transformation into use from project, RHMTs and Implementing Partners.
  • Support the interpretation of data and information being generated and be used to enhance decision making at all levels.
  • Support operational research activities at the project level with the support from the Strategic Information Director
  • Provide inputs and technical support in design and deployment of project e-health tools
  • Provide mentor-ship to National HIS and Implementing Partners in all eHealth activities
  • Apply technical skills, standards and innovation to carry out project activities
  • Solve complex technical problems that arise throughout the project using creative and results- oriented outside the box thinking.Any other duty as you may be assigned by the team lead Qualified candidates should have experience working with more than 75% of the following areas with mandatory in Item i through iv.
Experience Working in
i. Managing user requirements and provide needs assessments related to Project Information Systems or Information Technology (IS or IT);
ii. Advanced software design and development in different programming languages preferably using Microsoft visual studio .NET, C#, XML, HTML, PHP, Python, JSON and JavaScript.
iii. Ability to work in database management system like MS Access, MS SQL Server, MySQL and SQLite
iv. Data warehouse, manipulation and Analysis for decision making;
v. Data Quality Assurance and Quality Improvements and standards;
vi. Experience in Health Management Information Systems PEPFAR Monitoring Indicators
vii. Development of user manuals and training for users on system use;
viii. Ability to work with GIS Software, Advanced MS- Excel VB.Net or any analytical software

Skills/Knowledge Required
  • 3+ years of applicable work experience in Software design and coding familiar with health management information systems.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in computer science or Software Engineering or Information Technology
  • Experience in real time applications and at least one of the following areas:
  • Familiar with data import / export to / from various software or database formats.
  • Knowledge and experience of data informed decision making
  • Ability to communicate technical data to non-technical audiences
  • Excellent time management, coordination, interpersonal and teamwork skills.
  • Excellent and experienced in data manipulations and visualizations
  • If you are interested and meet the minimum requirements, please submit your cover letter and
Application Procedures curriculum vitae of no more than 3-pages by the 08th April 2020 to the Human Resources & Administration Manager, at TanzaniaHR@mgic.umaryland.edu
Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.


How to Apply?
Please manually apply for this job using the details below:
Application Procedures
curriculum vitae of no more than 3-pages by the 08th April, 2020 to the Human Resource & Administration Manager, at TanzaniaHR@mgic.umaryland.edu
Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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