Consultancy Opening: Malaria Technical Communications Consultant
Consultant Title: Malaria Technical Communications Consultant
Reports to: Global Malaria Team
Deadline: October 15th, 2021
Consultant Engagement: October, 2021 – January, 2022
PSI has a rapidly expanding portfolio of malaria programs in over 30 countries, worldwide, which accounts for more than a third of the total business of the organization. PSI’s global strategy focuses on improving consumer powered healthcare through shaping market systems, shifting policy and funding and strengthening global capacity. For the Malaria Department this means moving quality malaria case management closer to consumers; bringing next generation ITNs and other novel vector control solutions to market; scaling response driven surveillance to accelerate malaria elimination progress and maximizing the value of drug-based prevention interventions, such as IPTi and SMC.
PSI is seeking an experienced Malaria technical writing consultant to develop a malaria communications strategy that aligns with, and amplifies, our recently refreshed PSI Malaria strategy. The consultant will lead the development of a workplan associated with the communications strategy in order to identify and develop a pipeline of communication products that support the department to pitch and win strategically relevant funding. Such products will include the development of source language related to PSI Malaria key learnings, technical approaches and methodologies.
To be considered, interested candidates should submit the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 15th, 2021:
The application will be evaluated on technical capabilities, past performance, relevant relationships, cost reasonableness, and cost competitiveness.
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