Positions with Affiliated Programs
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Maternal Health Manager (Madagascar)
PIVOT is recruiting a Maternal Health Manager to improve clinical care at all levels of the healthcare system (community, primary care, and hospital) for the girls and women of Ifanadiana District. They will work in partnership with PIVOT and Ministry of Health staff to improve and expand existing maternal health programs, including family planning, prenatal care, labor & delivery services, and obstetric and gynecological care (including cesarean sections). This position will involve working on the design and management of clinical programs related to maternal and reproductive health, while also engaging in direct clinical care and clinical education and mentorship of other clinicians on a regular basis.
A successful candidate will have an advanced degree in medicine, nursing, midwifery, or public health – with a preference for a licensed physician with specialized training in Obstetrics & Gynecology. They will have at least 3 years in a healthcare role post-graduation, preferably in a resource-limited setting. Professional fluency in French is required for this position, and English is preferred. Applications are due no later than February 29, 2020, but will begin being considered on a rolling basis.
Primary Care Mentor (Madagascar, MD Required)
PIVOT is recruiting a Primary Care Mentor to improve the quality of care at the health center level in Ifanadiana District. They will work in partnership with PIVOT and Ministry of Health staff on improvements to already existing programs for under-five care, childhood malnutrition, family planning, antenatal care, and tuberculosis. In addition, this position would work to develop new programs that would improve clinical care for adults and adolescents across all clinical areas. This individual should have the ability to work on design and management of clinical programs, while also engaging in direct clinical care and clinical education and mentorship on a weekly basis.
A successful candidate will be a licensed physician with a preference for completed residency training, with at least 3 years in a leadership role, preferably in the field of global health. Professional fluency in French is required for this position, and English is preferred. Applications are due no later than February 29, 2020, but will begin being considered on a rolling basis.
PIVOT Science Operations Manager (Seattle, WA)
PIVOT Science is recruiting a Manager of Finance & Administration to serve as the operational and financial leader for all PIVOT Science activities. They will focus on: 1) financial and grant management and reporting; 2) supporting donor stewardship; 3) coordination between PIVOT Science and other domains of the organization.
A successful candidate will be operations- and finance-minded, detail-oriented, and able to perform functions across many disciplines in both the administrative and strategic realms. A passion for social justice is required, and working proficiency in French is preferred. Applications are due no later than February 29, 2020, but will begin being considered on a rolling basis
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Medical Director (Madagascar, MD required)
PIVOT is recruiting a Medical Director to lead its medical programs in rural Madagascar, focused on: 1) developing clinical programs that can meet PIVOT's mission to build a model health district that can be replicated across Madagascar and in other countries; 2) lead and continue to build and strengthen a clinical team that will execute the clinical objectives of PIVOT’s three-year operational plan, which has a goal to reach universal health coverage in a collaboration with the Madagascar Ministry of Public Health by 2022.
A successful candidate will be a licensed physician who has completed residency training, with at least 5 years in a leadership role, preferably in the field of global health. Professional fluency in French and English is required for this position. Applications are due no later than February 29, 2020, but will begin being considered on a rolling basis.
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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.
Muso's Graphic Designer is a motivated design professional with a talent for visual storytelling, creating beautifully designed print and electronic visual content. Muso is growing exponentially. The Graphic Designer is someone who can visually present Muso’s work in a way that communicates our groundbreaking impact, tells the story of our model, engages global partners to catalyze Muso’s scale-up, and accelerates efforts to save millions of lives. This position is based in San Francisco, CA and reports to Muso's Chief Partnerships Officer.
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Grants Associate (San Francisco, CA, USA or Bamako, Mali)
Muso’s Grants Associate will act as a critical anchor to the development team and fundraising initiatives across our revenue streams. This role will support two cross-cutting areas necessary to grow our partnerships: grant writing and management, and prospect research. They will be responsible for developing applications, reports, and materials for funding partners, generating content that logically and persuasively outlines Muso’s vision as it aligns with prospective partners’ priorities. As relationship managers cultivate partnerships, the Grants Associate will drive internal project management, grant writing, and submission of deliverables. Additionally, they will be responsible for scoping prospective partners, and supporting the development team to prioritize next steps towards aligned partnerships. This position will report to the Foundation Partnerships Manager and work in close collaboration with other development team members and executive leadership. San Francisco is the preferred location for this position. Bamako, Mali, may be considered. This role will join a rapidly-growing development and communications team working between the United States and West Africa.
Are you a problem solver focused on continuous improvement? Do you love data and want to use your analysis skills to solve some of the toughest problems in global health? Do you have experience developing databases and working with data warehouses? Do you speak French?
If so, you may be our next Analytics Manager and play an important role in growing our high-impact social justice organization. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officerand working closely with senior staff in the US and Togo, you will have the opportunity to build and strengthen the team and systems necessary to ensure Integrate Health is leveraging high-quality data and analysis to improve the health for our patients and the world’s poor.