Village Health Works
Chief Operating Officer (Burundi)
Village Health Works is looking for a Chief Operating Officer (COO) who is highly professional and shares our passion and dedication to achieve our mission. The COO will be based in Burundi, and will report to VHW’s Chief Executive Officer. The COO will be one of the senior VHW staff members and will be responsible for managing all Burundi programs from a programmatic and operational perspective. The COO will serve as a lead for relationships with key in country officials and partners. In addition, the COO will collaborate closely with the US-based teams, especially in the areas of finance, development, communications and operations. The COO represents VHW’s interests and works to further its mission and vision.
Full Job Description and application instruction available here.
Clinical Team Leader (Madagascar)
The Clinical Team Leader is expected to improve quality of clinical care through excellent patient care, supportive mentorship, design of program and clinical protocols, and educational initiatives. They will work closely with, and under the umbrella of, the Medical Program Coordinator, to help improve the medical programs. They will work directly with the hospital, health center and community PIVOT medical teams, referral and social workers, as well as MoH staff at all levels of intervention.
Qualified candidates will be physicians (MD required) with extensive clinical experience in limited resource settings, a minimum of three years’ experience in global health, French and English language proficiency and a demonstrated commitment to global health and social justice.
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APPEL D’OFFRE POUR CONSULTANT EN PROJET DE DÉVELOPPEMENT DE BASE DE DONNÉES (PROJET À LONG TERME):
PIVOT est à la recherche d’un consultant qui mènera un projet de développement de base de données pour l’équipe Suivi-Evaluation. Ce projet aura quatre volets : Développement conceptuel et théorique ; Développement physique et migration des données ; Développement d’applications web ; Formation et mise en œuvre.
APPEL D’OFFRE SPÉCIALISTE SUIVI-ÉVALUATION (PROJET À COURT TERME):
EVALUATION DU PROJET DE RECRUTEMENT CONJOINT DE L’ONG PIVOT DANS LE DISTRICT D’IFANADIANA À MADAGASCAR
PIVOT est à la recherche d’un consultant qui mènera une évaluation du projet de recrutement conjoint dans le district d’Ifanadiana. Le consultant analysera et évaluera les résultats du projet en la renforcement des ressources humaines et la pertinence de ce projet en terme du développement des ressources humaines. De plus, la personne chargée de cette évaluation sera responsable de comparer le projet de recrutement PIVOT commun avec les expériences des autres partenaires dans le pays et de formuler des recommandations et des conclusions stratégiques pour atteindre les objectifs du projet de renforcement des ressources humaines.
Development Associate (San Francisco, CA)
Muso is seeking a Development Associate in our San Francisco office. The Development Associate will play an important role in growing Muso’s systems and fundraising reach with an eye toward scale and sustainability.
The Development Associate is responsible for database and grants management and prospect research, and works collaboratively to support proposals, reporting, and donor relations. The ideal candidate will be a systems thinker with drive, flexibility, and passion for Muso’s mission.
Visit http://www.musohealth.org/careers/ to apply
Institutional Partnerships Manager (Bamako, Mali)
Muso is seeking an Institutional Partnerships Manager to build relationships and advance institutional funding partnerships in Mali, where we have operated for the past eleven years. This role will lead identification, cultivation, and engagement opportunities for Muso with stakeholders including the US government, bilateral and multilateral organizations, foundations, and corporations with a presence in Mali or based outside of the US. This position is based in Muso’s Bamako, Mali, office and requires international travel.
The Institutional Partnerships Manager will track, secure, and manage bi/multilateral funding, from identification to positioning to award. The ideal candidate is a collaborative, driven professional with an understanding of the bi/multilateral funding space and a passion for Muso’s mission. Working closely with Muso’s in-country team and Director of Development & Communications, the Institutional Partnerships Manager will help craft and execute Muso’s immediate and long-term partnership strategy to increase organizational sustainability and scale a model with the potential to save millions of lives.
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Brigham and Women's Hospital, COPE
COPE Cancer Program Manager
Village Health Works
Vice President of Development
VHW has been growing steadily and is now seeking to dramatically accelerate growth, and expand its programmatic offerings in Burundi. VHW will be embarking upon its largest programmatic initiative to date, the building of a 75,000 square foot, 120 bed Women’s Health Pavilion in Kigutu, in the second half of 2016. Village Health Works (VHW) is seeking an experienced VP of Development to work with VHW’s ED and co-founders to manage our fundraising efforts and expand our donor base. Reporting to the ED, the VP of Development Officer 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 the VHW website. Applicants will be asked to submit a resume and a two-page cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Capacity Building Fellowships
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.
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