Current Employment Opportunities in the Division of Global Health Equity
IS Programmer/ Data Analst
Partnering with the Government of Rwanda (GOR), a consortium of institutions including Partners in Health, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Harvard Medical School and School of Public Health, have formed a Population Health Implementation and Training Partnership (PHIT) in Rwanda. This partnership, funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, will enable the first rigorous evaluation of effectiveness, cost and overall impact of a comprehensive approach to deliver public health services in resource-poor districts in rural Rwanda. The partnership will strive to provide an evidence-based road map for the global health community with the goal of obtaining a higher standard in health care delivery in Africa while strengthening health systems and implementation research capacity.
This position will provide data analysis and database development support for work on the Rwanda Population Health Implementation and Training (PHIT) Partnership under the direction of Boston PHIT leadership, Dr. Peter Drobac and Dr. Lisa Hirschhorn. This position will work closely with a team of researchers based in Rwanda and Boston to evaluate the effectiveness, cost and overall health impact of a comprehensive approach to deliver public health services in two resource poor districts in rural Rwanda.**This position will be based in Rwanda with 1 trip to the U.S. for personal reasons annually.**
Qualitative Research Manager
The Rwanda Population Health Implementation and Training (PHIT) Partnership is a seven-year, $8.55 million heath systems strengthening research grant that unites the Rwandan Ministry of Health and University of Rwanda’s School of Public Health with the Global Health Delivery Partnership—Partners In Health, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Harvard Medical School. Now in its sixth year, the PHIT Partnership is entering a critical evaluation phase, and we are seeking a qualified qualitative researcher to join the PIH/IMB Research Department.
The Qualitative Research Project Manager will be leading a key element of the impact evaluation of the PHIT Partnership, based within the Research Department at Partners In Health Rwanda-Inshuti Mu Buzima, and will be a member of the Harvard-based Global Health Delivery Partnership Research Core. The successful candidate will be a key member of the team and must demonstrate excellent research, management, and leadership skills.
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Positions Available with Affiliated Institutions
Partners in Health
The Medical Director works closely with the Ministry of Health, other implementing partners in Neno, and APZU colleagues to oversee and help implement overall planning, project implementation, supervision, and monitoring for clinical and community activities in Lower Neno. This position has a significant focus on harmonizing processes and vision with the clinical and community team in upper Neno / Neno District Hospital. It is a mixture of direct patient care, clinical mentoring, hands-on project implementation, and oversight of staff at Lisungwi Hospital. The Medical Director reports to APZU’s Director of Clinical Services, and the success of this role requires good communication and strong working relationships with all PIH departments and district partners.
This is a global health delivery opportunity for a young professional interested i n working in this arena. Working closely with APZU’s Director of Clinical Services, this volunteer position encompasses activities in supporting operational research, writing, and administrative tasks for the clinical and community departments. This opportunity has significant focus on mentorship in global health delivery, exposure to operational research and writing, and support for the many logistical aspects involved in this work. The Clinical Executive Assistant will assist in clinical and community program implementation, support logistics for clinical visitors, events, and scheduling, aid in communication across various APZU departments, help accelerate APZU’s research agenda, and support pursuit of APZU’s strategic priorities. It is a new and flexible position, and the success of this role will depend on good communication skills, astrong sense of teamwork and flexibility, and enthusiasm to help support the many aspects of our global health delivery in Neno.
Last Mile Health is seeking top talent to be based in Boston and New York to help plan, execute and scale its innovative strategies to save lives.
Last Mile Health is growing rapidly, with several new open positions as of today. Please see below key hires most needed in our Boston and New York offices:
- Major Gifts Officer (New York, NY) - manage relationships with individuals and philanthropies
- Partnership Officer- Serve as a member of the in-country operations and partnership leadership teams, participating in strategic planning and decision-making
- Partnerships and Development Manager- develop and manage systems that strengthen communications across teams
- Deputy Director of National Partnerships- identify new in-country partnership opportunities, support negotiations with potential partners and formalize partnership arrangements
- Grants and Compliance Officer-design, implement and oversee the public sector grants management program
- Program Officer-develop operational plans for the recruitment, training, and deployment of community health workers in Liberia
- Director Health Systems- set the overall direction and goals of the Health Systems team, defining targets, setting aggressive milestones and measuring program performance
To learn more about available positions with our affiliates, please visit http://www.pih.org/pages/employment/openings/
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