Call for Applications for the Private Sector Constituency representative of the Coordinating Board
The Stop TB Partnership is currently accepting applications for the next Private Sector Constituency (PSC) Board Member.
The next PSC Board Member will be selected for a three-year term, renewable once. S/he will represent the global business community as one of the voting members of the Stop TB Partnership Coordinating Board. For additional information, please see the Information Sheet and Terms of Reference.
Call for Nominations for the Stop TB Partnership Finance Committee
There is an open seat on the Finance Committee (FC) and we are seeking nominations for the appointment of a new member. Finance Committee members must have experience in financial planning and risk oversight in a non-for-profit organization or in the international development sector. For more information, please read the terms of reference.
Please nominate qualified individuals from your networks, constituencies and institutions by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the Nomination Form, CV, support letter and Declaration Form before 8th March 2017.
The Finance Committee (FC) is composed of 1 Chair and 2-3 members: Ms Cheri Vincent (Chair), Mr Thomas Forissier, Mr Prabodh Bhambal; Stop TB Secretariat staff attending: Ms. Ramona Rata (Finance), Dr. Suvanand Sahu (Deputy ED) and Mr. Mikkel Broholt (PMT).
The Finance Committee:
- Advises the Board and the Executive Committee on financial planning and risk oversight, by providing financial review of the Secretariat’s Operational Strategy and work plan against available and projected resources
- Provides oversight of revenues and expenditures, including tracking revenue to the Partnership Secretariat from donors, monitoring delivery of grants to determine cash flow, and tracking spending against the budget
- Reports to the Executive Committee on a bi-annual basis on the financial health of the Partnership Secretariat including; identifying changes to financing sources, areas of shortfall or surplus, and recommending re-allocation as appropriate