Positions with Affiliated Programs

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MUSO

Institutional Partnerships Manager, Côte d’Ivoire

To support our ambitious plans for health care delivery, research, and advocacy across the global community, Muso is seeking an Institutional Partnerships Manager, Côte d’Ivoire, to build relationships and advance institutional funding partnerships within the Ivorian landscape. This position will lead identification, cultivation, and engagement opportunities for Muso with stakeholders with a presence in Côte d’Ivoire, primarily bilateral and multilateral organizations, but including foundations and corporate entities. 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 development team and in support to our Côte d’Ivoire operational team, the Institutional Partnerships Manager, Côte d’Ivoire, 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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MUSO

Staff Accountant

We are seeking an exceptional professional who is passionate about our mission and excited to provide the support necessary for Muso to scale. The Staff Accountant will play a key role, enabling Muso to quickly grow the number of patients we care for. The Staff Accountant will provide accounting, finance, and administrative support to key organizational functions. The position is based in San Francisco, CA and will report to the Finance & Grants Manager.

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NCDI Poverty Network

PEN-Plus Regional Technical Advisor (Southern Africa Sub-Region)

NCDI Poverty Network & PEN-Plus: The NCDI Poverty Network was established in December 2020 with the goal to prevent and reduce the death and suffering of children and young adults doubly afflicted by extreme poverty and noncommunicable conditions. The NCDI Poverty Network supports the development, pilot and scale of innovative service delivery models to effectively decentralize interventions for prevention and management of NCDIs affecting the poor. PEN-Plus is a strategy to enable mid-level providers (nurses, clinical officers, etc.) to lead outpatient care for severe chronic NCDs affecting young individuals (for example, type 1 diabetes, advanced rheumatic heart disease, and sickle cell disease) at first-level referral facilities in an integrated fashion. In collaboration with the World Health Organization, PEN-Plus will build upon and strengthen the WHO Package of Essential NCD Interventions (WHO PEN) for primary health centers. PEN-Plus Technical Advisor for Southern Africa Region – Role & Responsibilities: The NCDI Poverty Network PEN-Plus Regional Technical Advisor for Southern Africa will be responsible for coordinating and supporting PEN-Plus activities of the NCDI Poverty Network in the region. 

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Brigham and Women's Hospital

Research Project Coordinator

The Project Coordinator for PEN-Plus, will support 10 lower-income countries to expand access to high-quality services for the poorest children and young adults with type 1 diabetes, and other severe chronic diseases through initiating the Package of Essential NCD Interventions - Plus (PEN-Plus) strategy in Sierra Leone, Uganda, Kenya, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Nepal, and Chhattisgarh State (India). (S)he will work closely with and be supervised by Dr. Emily Wroe, Director of PEN-Plus Programs. Dr. Wroe works directly with the in-country teams to guide their work on PEN-Plus initiation. The Project Coordinator will assist with coordinating all communication with partners, scheduling routine calls, tracking routine updates, facilitation of documentation, helping track and plan key activities for cross-site PEN-Plus support, and management of reporting calendar.

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Integrate Health

Business Analyst

Are you bilingual French/English self -starter with a knack for problem solving who has the ability to work remotely within a global team? Are you always looking for ways to improve organizational systems and process and are naturally drawn to problem solving? Are you passionate about promoting public health and extending it to disadvantaged communities? If so, you may be our next Business Analyst and play an important role in growing a high-impact social justice organization. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer and working closely with senior staff including the Senior Finance Manager, and Directors in Togo, West Africa you will improve Integrate Health business systems and processes to enable Integrate Health’s continued growth and delivery upon its mission to make quality primary healthcare accessible for all.

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