Every employee at PIH (and at our affiliated programs at Brigham & Women'­s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and the Harvard School of Public Health) plays an important role in our efforts to improve health in poor communities. If you are interested in working in a stimulating and diverse environment, and have demonstrated competencies in relevant areas for PIH, we encourage you to apply.

For positions based overseas, PIH requires medical clearance by an independent Occupational Medicine clinician. Candidates will receive a conditional employment offer, pending medical clearance, and must be medically cleared before overseas travel is authorized. Failure to receive medical clearance may result in revocation of the offer of employment.

Positions with Partners In Health

PIH Summer 2014 Internship Program

Applications are no longer being accepted for our summer 2014 internship program. Applicants selected for the program will be notified April 4, 2014. Unfortunately, we cannot provide additional information until that time. Thank you for your interest in PIH's summer internship program.

Positions with Affiliated Programs

Country Director, PIVOT

PIVOT’s mission is to combine accessible and comprehensive health care services with rigorous scientific research to save lives and break cycles of poverty and disease.  The organization works in direct collaboration with the Madagascar Ministry of Health to improve existing health centers and to enhance community health delivery. In addition to providing direct health care services, PIVOT engages in poverty alleviation initiatives, conducts monitoring and evaluation of health system strengthening (HSS) activities, and supports research. As one of the ten poorest countries in the world with among the most under-resourced health systems, Madagascar suffers from an unjust burden of disease. PIVOT, along with its affiliates, works to reverse these ills through improved health care delivery and research. The HSS efforts led by PIVOT will directly relieve unnecessary suffering and death among the population near Ranomafana National Park, and aims to serve as a model for national scale up.  The organization is partnered with and modeled after Partners In Health.

The Country Director is expected to couple visionary leadership and strategy with disciplined management and detailed implementation in a challenging environment in rural Madagascar. S/he will be directly involved in all aspects of project planning and implementation, including building site infrastructure, managing a procurement system, strengthening human resources, providing clinical oversight, improving programs through training, improving patient outcomes with community health workers, working in collaboration with partner organizations and institutions, using monitoring and evaluation to improve service delivery, supporting global health research initiatives, and representing the organization locally, nationally, and internationally. For more information, please click here. Interested candidates should send a compelling cover letter with earliest start date, CV, and list of references to Tara Loyd at tloyd@pivotworks.org with "Country Director Application – Your Name" as the subject line in the e-mail.

Administrative Assistant, PIVOT

PIVOT’s mission is to combine accessible and comprehensive health care services with rigorous scientific research to save lives and break cycles of poverty and disease.  The organization works in direct collaboration with the Madagascar Ministry of Health to improve existing health centers and to enhance community health delivery. In addition to providing direct health care services, PIVOT engages in poverty alleviation initiatives, conducts monitoring and evaluation of health system strengthening (HSS) activities, and supports research. As one of the ten poorest countries in the world with among the most under-resourced health systems, Madagascar suffers from an unjust burden of disease. PIVOT, along with its affiliates, works to reverse these ills through improved health care delivery and research. The HSS efforts led by PIVOT will directly relieve unnecessary suffering and death among the population near Ranomafana National Park, and aims to serve as a model for national scale up.  The organization is partnered with and modeled after Partners In Health.

The Administrative Assistant will be hired through the Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) grant and based in Boston.  The position supports PIVOT’s Boston-based Executive Director and Chief Operations Officer as well as other grant personnel including the Senior Medical Advisor. For more information, please click here. To apply, please send cover letter and CV to Tara Loyd at tloyd@pivotworks.org by April 10.  Please include in your introductory email where you learned about the position.

DGHE Division Administrator, Brigham and Women's Hospital

The Division Administrator is accountable for the overall administration and operating results of the Division of Global Health Equity (GHE) within the BWH Department of Medicine (DOM). The administrator is responsible for the strategic planning process, clinical practice management, research administration and grant management activities, financial performance, human resources development, training programs, and facilities planning and management for the division. This position reports to the division chief, and to the executive administrator of the DOM. To apply, click here.

Summer Intern, Possible

Do you want to spend your summer in the heart of NYC working to help Possible deliver health care to the world’s poorest? We’d love to have you apply. Applications are being accepted on an immediate, rolling basis for a Design Assistant, Marketing Assistant, and Finance & Operations Assistant. Please click here for instructions on how to apply. 

Possible is a nonprofit healthcare company that delivers high-quality, low-cost healthcare to the world’s poor. We are pioneering a new approach, called durable healthcare, that brings together the best of private, public, and philanthropic models. Since 2008, Possible has treated over 167,000 patients in rural Nepal through government hospitals, clinics, community health workers, and a referral network.

Last Mile Partnerships Officer, Tiyatien Health

Tiyatien Health (TH) is seeking a Liberia-based Partnerships Officer who can forge lasting public and private partnerships in support of the organization's upcoming expansion of frontline health service across rural Liberia. The Last Mile Partnerships Officer will be directly responsible for day-to-day management of all of TH’s in-country partnerships involving direct or joint implementation of our ground-breaking FHW program. This includes our partnerships with the Ministry of Health’s regional County Health Teams, our work with national-level projects such as the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria (GFATM), and potential future partnerships with commercial and non-governmental actors in Liberia. Reporting to the Director of National Partnerships, the Last Mile Partnerships Officer will manage these relationships by building a strategy for outreach and cultivation of in-country engagements, helping to negotiate and finalize all memoranda of understanding and contracts, assuming responsibility for all communication and reporting to each partner, representing TH needs and concerns with partners, and tracking all current and emerging relationships. To apply, click here.

Research Assistant, Project COPE

Working under the supervision of the Principal Investigator and following established policies and procedures, oversees all of PCORI research activities described in the protocol. The Research Assistant will be responsible for the following activities: organizing and coordinating all PCORI research activities, working with the Data Manager, Program Manager, and diverse stakeholders to ensure transparency, ethical conduct, and timely execution of research activities; coordinating data collection with the Data Manager, RPMS specialist, and Information Technology (IT) staff at local Indian Health Facilities; recruiting, coordinating and analyzing qualitative interviews with patients; collecting and organizing study data; scheduling patients for study visits; maintaining and updating data generated by the study; ensuring timely approval and reporting to all funding and ethical oversight committees; and supporting the Program Manager to ensure communication of study progress and findings with local and external stakeholders. To apply, click here.

Development Director, Village Health Works

Village Health Works (VHW) is seeking an experienced Development Director to work with VHW’s co-founders to expand our donor base. Under the general supervision of the COO, the Development Director will: create fundraising strategies that increase the organization's support from individuals, corporations, foundations, and other sources; administer and implement all fundraising activities of VHW; play a key role in identifying, cultivating, and soliciting major donors for capital and annual gifts; work in close collaboration with staff and key volunteer leadership to achieve the fundraising goals of the organization; and supervise staff and volunteers involved with development. To learn more, please visit here.

Global Pediatric Fellowship, Boston Children's Hospital & Partners in Health

The Global Pediatric Fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital is currently accepting applications for the Global Pediatric Fellowship program. This is a two year training program, in which Fellows rotate in 6 month blocks between a field placement in Haiti, Rwanda, or Liberia, and a clinical placement in Boston, Massachusetts. The focus of the fellowship is on skills in global health service delivery, including skills in clinical care, medical education, program development, management, evaluation, quality improvement, and in implementation focused research. Candidates must be board certified/eligible in pediatrics or medicine-pediatrics. For entry into the fellowship on July 1st, 2014, the application deadline is October 15th, 2013. To download the Fellowship Information Packet, click here. To apply, click here.

Paul Farmer Global Surgery Fellowship, Children’s Hospital Boston & Partners In Health

The primary goal of the Paul Farmer Global Surgery Fellowship is to address the role of surgical care in population-based health care in resource-poor settings throughout the world. Surgeons associated with Harvard Teaching Hospitals, in conjunction with Partners In Health, have addressed this need for a multidisciplinary approach to healthcare by launching a Fellowship program that combines surgical training with the advanced study of global public health. Through the Paul Farmer Global Surgery Fellowship, dedicated surgeons are able to obtain the medical and non-medical skills they need to improve the health of some of the world's most impoverished people. The Paul Farmer Global Surgery Fellowship is a one or two year program that is designed for medical professionals who have either already completed their surgical residency or are taking a scheduled break to conduct research. For more information, click here.