Positions with Affiliated Programs

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Voices of NCDI Poverty Fellowship

The Voices of NCDI Poverty Fellowship is an 18-month paid opportunity (June 2021-December 2022) for three advocates who are people living with non-communicable diseases and injuries (PLWNCDIs) to help influence a call to action and growing social movement around one of the world’s biggest and most neglected health disparities: non-communicable diseases and injuries (NCDIs) that kill and disable millions of people in the poorest countries. Fellows will co-develop and implement advocacy projects and strategy focused on advancing the NCDI Poverty agenda, in close collaboration with the larger NCDI Poverty Network. Fellows will also be named to the Steering Committee of the NCDI Poverty Network and will have a voting role in the governance of the Network over the duration of the fellowship. Fellows will also be provided individual mentorship and peer-to-peer support throughout the fellowship. 

For full Fellowship description and to apply, click here.

East Tennessee State Quillen College of Medicine

Global Surgery SEAL fellowship (Haiti)

East Tennessee State Quillen College of Medicine was founded to increase access to care for rural Appalachia. ETSU understands that access to care is the biggest determinant of health outcomes.  In that same paradigm ETSU has collaborated with Health Equity International to create the Surgical, Education, Access to care and Leadership (SEAL) global surgery fellowship. It is based on the same military paradigm of the Navy SEALs, cross training makes you a more effective, agile team. The SEAL fellowship is a one-year clinical fellowship based at St Boniface hospital in Haiti. We are looking for board eligible or board-certified general surgeons. You will be working with an experience Haitian staff lead by Dr. Padovani chief of surgery at St Boniface. As a SEAL fellow you will be a staff surgeon responsible for covering clinical duties at the hospital including Emergence room, clinic, surgery, ward rounds as well a teaching residents and medical students. The General surgery practice at St Boniface covers all aspects surgery from pediatric to plastics to thoracic to general surgery. All applicants must be willing to learn or be fluent in French.  Start date is July 2021. 

To apply, please email Dr. Luther Ward at lutherward@hotmail.com. 


Integrate Health

Director of People Operations (Remote, US, Europe, or West Africa)

Are you a bilingual (French/English) HR professional with experience working across international and/or multicultural teams? Do you have a passion for helping individuals to learn and grow? Do you have a desire to help build world class recruitment, performance management and professional development systems and to oversee employee benefits and policies? If so, you may be our next Director of People Operations and play an important role in a growing high-impact social justice organization. Reporting to the Chief Operations Officer and working closely with senior staff including the CEO, you will have the opportunity to build, support, and grow Integrate Health’s most important resource, our people.

For full job description and to apply, click here.



Communications Manager (San Francisco, CA, USA)

Muso seeks a superb communications leader, strategist and gifted storyteller who can present Muso's work in a way that communicates the urgency of the injustices we confront, shares the groundbreaking impact we pursue, tells the story of our model, engages global partners to catalyze Muso's scale-up, and accelerates efforts to save lives. This role will lead articulation of strategic communications goals, create written content, manage media engagement, and build communications collateral. The Communications Manager partners closely with Muso's Graphic Designer to tell the story of our purpose, our patients, our model, our impact, and the change that is possible for us to create together with the global community.

For full job description and to apply, click here.


Division of Global Health Equity (DGHE) Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH)

Education Specialist (Boston)

The Education Specialist is responsible for designing and developing non-communicable disease (NCD) courses for clinicians working at NCD clinics in rural health facilities within low and lower middle-income countries (LLMICs). The position will work directly with NCD content experts and other colleagues across the Global Health Delivery Partnership (Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Partners In Health, Harvard Medical School) to build online courses. Additionally, the position is responsible for overseeing the day to day function of the learning management system (LMS), including reporting, bug fixes, uploading courses, editing courses and managing relationship with the implementation and technical teams.

For full job description and to apply, click here.


Division of Global Health Equity (DGHE) Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH)

Project Manager (Boston)

Within DGHE, Dr. Gene Bukhman, leads a team focused on developing, implementing, and evaluating integrated care delivery models to address severe chronic non communicable diseases and injuries (NCDIs) among populations living in extreme poverty. These severe NCDs include conditions such as type 1 diabetes, rheumatic and congenital heart diseases, and sickle cell disease. Dr. Bukhman’s team works closely with an emerging NCDI Poverty Network (www.ncdipoverty.org) of low- and lower middle income countries focused on implementing the recommendations of the Lancet NCDI Poverty Commission.

The Senior Project Manager will work to enhance and support team operations and implement and lead specific projects and initiatives linked to grant goals and outcomes while remaining focused on overall key deliverables to support scale-up of service delivery within the NCDI Poverty Network.

For full job description and to apply, click here.


CORE - Los Angeles

Contact Tracing Program Manager

The Contact Tracing Program Manager will join a fast paced and dynamic team supporting a new COVID-19 home visit contact tracing pilot project in Los Angeles. The Program Manager will work closely with the CORE Los Angeles Area Director and Director of Contact Tracing, as well as with the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health (LA DPH) team, to design, implement, and evaluate a 6-month home visit contact tracing program in Boyle Heights, LA, based on our program in Georgia. The Program Manager will also support the expansion of CORE’s contact tracing programming to other areas of LA as needed. This position is contingent upon award of a grant from LA County, and work will require working in-person.

For full position details, click here.


Village Health Works

EMR Specialist, Kigutu, Burundi

Village Health Works is recruiting an Electronic Medical Record Specialist.  The EMR Specialist will support the Bahmni system being implemented by VHW and enhance its functionality for the new Women’s Health Pavilion. 

Read the full job description here.


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