The temporary senior program officer (SPO) is a mid-level position within the Center for Program Delivery & Learning. This role has no direct supervisees and reports to a program manager (PM) or senior program manager (PM/SPM). The SPO will typically have served at the program officer (PO) level for a minimum of two years, demonstrating increased competency and independence, while taking increased responsibility in the performance of all assigned tasks. The SPO supports the PM/SPM and in-country teams in ensuring high-quality program delivery as well as adherence to organizational and donor requirements by supporting both technical and program deliverables, specifically for the following countries and projects: Central America (regional HIV Care and Treatment Project), Namibia (DREAMS/Twagamenwa, KP-STAR and CDC ISS projects), and South Sudan (TBD). Main responsibilities include operational management and coordination throughout the project life cycle; technical quality management and collaboration by assisting the PM/SPM and in-country teams with sourcing relevant technical experts that will support IntraHealth International’s signature tools and approaches; contributing to new business development through proposal and cost application development; and other support functions as delegated that will foster cohesion and collaboration. The SPO liaises with other HQ and field departments to problem-solve solutions that aid project implementation.