ABOUT CAMBER COLLECTIVE
Camber is a strategy consultancy partnering globally to address today’s most urgent challenges—systemically, sustainably, and equitably. We seek to create transformational impact with systemic, sustainable solutions that enable people and communities around the world to lead healthy and prosperous lives.
Camber provides services at the intersection of social and behavioral insights, strategy, and coalition building to help organizations identify where and how they can work for the greatest impact. As a firm, we possess deep experience in advanced segmentation and voice of the beneficiary research; system mapping and landscaping; quantitative and qualitative analytics toward defining strategic choices; designing and supporting stakeholder engagement strategies; and facilitating strategy development, organizational and investment planning, and change management. Camber works with major philanthropic institutions (e.g., Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Hewlett Foundation), Bilateral and Multilateral Institutions (e.g., The World Bank, WHO), Coalitions (e.g., Global Polio Eradication Initiative, Measles & Rubella Partnership), NGOs and Think Tanks (e.g., CSIS, Freedom House, PAI), Venture Philanthropy and Individual Philanthropists (e.g., Omidyar Network, private family offices), Governments and Community Development Organizations (e.g., USAID, African Ministries of Health, The Seattle Foundation) and Impact-Oriented Private Sector Organizations (e.g., PayPal, Genentech).
Camber is a Certified B Corp headquartered in Seattle with offices in San Francisco, Washington DC, and Paris. Our 40-person team is comprised of leaders from the social and health sectors and management consultants formerly from top firms such as MonitorDeloitte, McKinsey, Bain, and Boston Consulting Group. We actively serve our communities as coaches, board members, mentors, and volunteers.
We are working to ensure a strong firm culture which is equitable and inclusive and enables people to grow and build meaningful careers in the social sector while maintaining work-life balance. Learn more about us at www.cambercollective.com.
ABOUT THE MEASLES & RUBELLA PARTNERSHIP
The Measles & Rubella Partnership (M&RP), previously the Measles & Rubella Initiative, has been helping deliver measles and rubella vaccines since 2000 to children worldwide, contributing to saving over 56 million lives and substantially reducing birth defects due to congenital rubella infections. Despite this progress, measles continues to be one of the leading vaccine preventable killer of children, globally. Under the umbrella of Immunization Agenda 2030 (IA2030) and guided by the Measles and Rubella Strategic Framework 2030 (MRSF), M&RP’s current mission includes addressing decline in national vaccination coverage, hastening COVID-19 pandemic recovery and accelerating progress towards creating a world free of measles and rubella. The partnership consists of American Red Cross, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, US CDC, United Nations Foundation, UNICEF and WHO.
M&RP is part of IA2030, an ambitious global strategy to maximize the lifesaving impact of vaccines – one of the most successful and cost-effective public health interventions of all time. IA2030 aims to avert over 50 million deaths by 2030 through access to essential vaccines and help build healthcare systems that can withstand the impact of pandemics and deliver rapid vaccination response.
In January 2023, Camber Collective received a four-year grant (2023-2026) from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to serve in a strategic program support and secretariat capacity for the M&RP. The role of the Program Support Unit is to spearhead day-to-day work-planning and ensure efficient monitoring and progress towards global MR goals. Additional information about the functions of the Program Support Unit is provided below.
MEASLES & RUBELLA PARTNERSHIP (M&RP) PROGRAM SUPPORT UNIT LEAD JOB DESCRIPTION
We are recruiting a full-time, limited-term M&RP Program Support Unit Lead based in any of our offices or remotely. This position will be responsible for leading Camber’s role as Program Support Unit under the direction of the accountable project partner. The role will be a limited-term position for the remaining duration of the grant, July 2023 – December 2026. Key responsibilities for the position include:
- Provide oversight and direction for full Program Support Unit team (1.0 FTE project manager, 1.0 data analyst, contractual communications support) to execute the functions of the Program Support Unit:
- Create a strategic multi-year operational workplan and processes for the M&RP to achieve the objectives laid out in the Measles & Rubella Strategic Framework (MRSF)
- Support the M&RP in day-to-day work planning, prioritization, monitoring and delivery
- Track, manage, and report on progress against metrics
- Support the integration of the partnership into the IA2030 structure
- Develop mechanisms to elevate region and country voices
- Establish and institute mechanisms for: documenting key risks & mitigating measures; mapping key stakeholders & interests; decision-making and conflict resolution; and tracking financial resources
- Develop knowledge management and transfer mechanisms
- Assist with strategy, conceptualizing and planning for potential future needs
- In alignment with ongoing consultation processes of IA2030 and member organizations, harmonize engagement with countries, regions, community service organizations, and other partners on IA2030 & MRSF implementation topics
- Support M&RP specific comms within IA2030 communications
- Serve as a strategic thought partner for M&RP decision support on coalition management and governance, broader stakeholder engagement, and execution against the MRSF
- Facilitate, develop, and maintain relationships with and between the members of the M&RP and broader IA2030 stakeholders to ensure productive partnership
- Reflect Camber values in stakeholder engagement, project delivery, and team management
- Mentor and support the professional development of team members
Excellent candidates for this position will have:
- 8+ years of professional experience in strategy setting, coalition management, and strategic program implementation, including 5+ years within global public health and 5+ years coordinating senior-level coalitions or organizations, preferably at the global level
- Master’s in Public Health (MPH), Master’s in Business Administration (MBA), or similar advanced degree
- Proven ability to author exceptional C-Suite ready strategy documents
- Experience providing overall leadership and driving team performance in the delivery of complex client-service engagements
- High level of emotional intelligence and ability to develop relationships across multiple stakeholder types, including executives, implementers, community groups, and team members
- Exceptional communication and facilitation skills
- Commitment to equity
- English language fluency required; Fluency in French and/or other languages preferred
- Country or regional experience in the global south preferred
- Experience in global public health related to vaccines, and specifically measles and rubella, preferred
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
Compensation for this role will be harmonized based on benefits norms and tax rates for the location in which the work will take place. The annual total compensation range for US candidates is $200,000-$230,000. Compensation for candidates for our Paris office is €150,000–€175,000. For other locations, compensation will be finalized prior to job offer.
Camber offers a generous benefits package, including paid time off and leave, health coverage, technology stipend, and an annual professional development stipend.
We know that Race, Ethnicity, Gender, Sexual Orientation and other dimensions of identity have historically impacted equitable compensation as well as candidates’ comfort in negotiating compensation and job titles during a recruitment process. To mitigate this risk, Camber has a transparent compensation policy. As such, we do not engage in compensation or job title negotiations with candidates during our recruitment processes.
If you’re interested in a strategy consulting career with purpose, please submit an application. You must have or be able to attain work authorization for the location in which you intend to work. We cannot sponsor work visas at this time. Application review will begin May 19, 2023, and applications are due no later than June 2, 2023.
We are an equal opportunity employer, committed to equity and inclusion, with a strong culture that values impact, evidence and insights, service leadership and professional development. All applicants and employees will enjoy equality of opportunity without regard to race, color, age, religion, pregnancy, sex, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, prior protected activity. We especially encourage candidates of color and people from historically underrepresented groups to apply. Successful candidates must currently be legally authorized to work in the country for which they are applying.