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Global Pediatric Fellowship

This fellowship aims to train future leaders in global child health as well as support the development of essential child health services in regions of the world with greatest need and limited access to health providers. Our goal is to train a cadre of pediatricians who have the skills and long-term commitment necessary to make an impact in improving child health in some of the neediest global settings. 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. For more details, please download our brochure (link below). Please feel free to pass on to anyone who is interested.

Online Application Form

Brochure Link

Questions - Please contact Therese Fleisher therese.fleisher@childrens.harvard.edu

Qualifications:  

  • Applicants must be Board-certified or Board- eligible in Pediatrics or Medicine-Pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatric
  • International Medical Graduates, including graduates from Canadian medical schools, must pass USMLE Steps 1, 2, and 3 by December 31, 2018.
  • For the Global Research Fellowship, a PhD or Master’s Degree in Epidemiology, Statistics, Public Health or related field is REQUIRED
  • Interviews: A select number of candidates will be invited to Boston for interviews. This year's interview days are in October. The day will include a brief orientation session, a series of interviews, and lunch with BCH Global Health Faculty & Fellows. Invitations to interview will be made on a rolling basis. Please apply early.

 

Village Health Works

Grants and Institutional Partnerships Manager

This full-time position reports to the Director of Development and is a vital member of the development team responsible for writing proposals to secure private and public funding from national, international, and government-related sources; managing those relationships; reporting on outcomes, and diligently researching new opportunities for funding. This position requires strong writing, analysis, program budgeting, with a commitment to working in collaboration with program staff in Burundi on grant compliance and outcome measurement.

For further information, please see the full job description and application instructions on the Village Health Works Career Page.

 

PIVOT

Development Associate / Assistant (Madagascar)

The Development Associate / Assistant will work directly with the Director of Development and closely with other members of the staff to support development’s day-to-day operations and strengthen systems as the organization continues to grow. The areas of responsibility for this position will include managing the donor database, conducting prospect research, grants management, coordinating annual giving appeals, supporting stewardship efforts, organizing events, and providing general administrative support for the development team. 

Qualified candidates will have 1-3 years of professional experience, excellent organizational and administrative skills, a good sense of humor / flexibility, and a demonstrated commitment to global health and social justice. Candidates with proficiency in French are strongly encouraged to apply. To learn more and apply, click here!

 

Village Health Works

Director of Finance

The Director of Finance is responsible for the financial reporting, budgeting and accounting procedures within the organization to meet expanding and changing needs. The Director of Finance is a member of the Leadership Team and plays a critical role in strategic decision making and operations as VHW continues to enhance its programming and build capacity. This position works closely with the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to support the fiduciary and organizational compliance responsibilities of the Board of Directors.

For further information, please see the full job description and application instructions on the Village Health Works Career Page.

 

Village Health Works

Chief Operating Officer

VHW is seeking an experienced and highly skilled professional to lead VHW’s country operations and programs during this time of bold growth. As the senior Burundi-based professional, the Chief Operating Officer will direct and coordinate all activities in Kigutu. S/he will be responsible for managing day to day operations, including overseeing program delivery across health, education, economic development and community engagement programs, as well as all administrative activities.  The Chief Operating Officer will lead a diverse team on the ground, which currently numbers over 400 and includes both Burundian and expatriate staff. The Chief Operating Officer will be responsible for motivating and managing this diverse team, including setting and measuring performance objectives across the organization.

For further information, please see the full job description and application instructions on the Village Health Works Career Page.

 

Village Health Works

Software Developer

The mission of Village Health Works is to provide quality, compassionate community-based health care in a dignified environment while treating the root causes and the social determinants of illness, disease, violence and poverty.  As we grow, our data collection, processing and reporting needs have also grown, requiring in-house capacity to modify data entry forms, support new ancillary programs, and generate custom reports in our OpenClinic electronic medical record.  The Java Software Developer will lead these efforts.

For further information, please see the full job description and application instructions on the Village Health Works Career Page.

 

Village Health Works

Volunteer Logistics and Tracking Analyst

Support VHW’s procurement from medical equipment, medicines, and IT equipment, to copy paper, construction materials, and vehicles, among other supplies in support of our programs. Daily responsibilities will center around building a tracking system to monitor the status of requests, deliveries, such as medical equipment, in VHW’s supply chain; tracking the status of items in the supply chain, facilitating all needed documentation for customs clearance, and coordinating optimal shipping arrangements for all procured items. This full-time position requires a minimum commitment of 12 weeks, with a weekly time commitment of 40 hours/week.

For further information, please see the full job description and application instructions on the Village Health Works Career Page.

 

Village Health Works

Volunteer Sourcing and Purchasing Analyst

Support VHW’s procurement of goods ranging from medical equipment, medicines, and IT equipment, to copy paper, construction materials, and vehicles, among other supplies, in support of our programs. Specific daily responsibilities include: researching and sourcing vendors to diversify our suppliers for new and unique items, as well as matching need specifications against vendor offerings, sending out requests for quotations, analyzing bids for best value, making purchase recommendations, and issuing purchase orders. This full-time position requires a minimum commitment of 12 weeks, with a weekly time commitment of 40 hours/week.

For further information, please see the full job description and application instructions on the Village Health Works Career Page.