Public Health Jobs Worldwide


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Headquarters-Based International Health Care Management
These positions are no longer open. Do not apply for any of these positions.

PROJECT HOPE

Project HOPE, a non-profit international health and education 
foundation, seeks candidates for the following positions. Send (e-mail 
preferred) cover letter and resume to: Cindy Marino, Project HOPE; 
Carter Hall Lane, Millwood, VA 22646; 800-544-4673; Fax: 540-837-
9052; or e-mail: [email protected] Reference Job # listed at the 
end of description. 

TUBERCULOSIS DIRECTOR
MILLWOOD, VA

Duties: lead Project HOPE's activities in the design, implementation, and 
monitoring of programs focusing on Tuberculosis; assess the impact of 
Tuberculosis interventions and activities; and raise funds to support such 
activities. Travel to program sites is estimated at 25-30% of time. 
REQUIRES: MPH or other relevant degree; Clinical TB treatment 
experience preferred; 3+ years experience in international health 
programming or implementation of tuberculosis prevention programs; 
excellent communication skills in English; and excellent interpersonal 
skills and the ability to work both as a team member and independently. 
Prefers: Russian language skills; and medical or nursing degree. 
Reference Job # 201-IC.

REGIONAL DIRECTOR, AFRICA
MILLWOOD, VIRGINIA

Project HOPE, a non-profit international health and education 
foundation, seeks a Regional Director, Africa. Project HOPE currently 
maintains field offices and major programs in Malawi and Mozambique. 
Currently funded programs include: child survival and maternal care, 
family and community health, credit with health programs for women, 
HIV/AIDs, polio eradication, malaria, and humanitarian assistance. 
Duties: ensure appropriate and efficient planning, direction, management, 
and evaluation of all programs being operated and planned for Africa; 
coordinate marketing activities and partnership development in the 
region with the assistance of International Medical Operations and 
Development Divisions, and the Executive Office; and participate in 
fund-raising activities. REQUIRES: graduate degree in international 
management or a relevant health care, or nursing degree; field experience 
in international health programs; ability to travel internationally as 
required to fulfill the duties of the position; and fluency in written and 
oral English. Prefers: 5 years Africa experience in health and 
development; and recent experience in developing and managing 
HIVAIDS programs. Reference Job # 222-IC.

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INTERNATIONAL HEALTH SPECIALIST 
MINNEAPOLIS, MN

The American Refugee Committee (ARC), a $25+ million humanitarian 
operation working to restore health and rebuild productive lives of 
refugees and displaced people, seeks an International Health Specialist. 
Duties: provide technical assistance and backstopping to current ARC 
health programs, including program design and planning, proposal 
development and technical training activities; develop new initiatives and 
seek funding support from relevant donor agencies; monitor and evaluate 
current health activities on an ongoing basis; document and disseminate 
best practices and lessons learned on health development in displaced 
and post-conflict settings; establish health programming guidelines and 
protocols for ARC health programs worldwide; provide headquarters 
oversight for all administrative, financial and personnel in ARC health 
programs at field level; participate in strategic organizational planning to 
strengthen ARC's institutional capacity within the health sector; and 
provide weekly and monthly activity updates to the Director of 
Operational Programs. REQUIRES: demonstrated management 
experience in developing country or post-conflict settings; relevant 
experience with governmental and private donors within the sector; 
MPH or appropriate degree in health; strong computer skills in word 
processing and spreadsheet software; strong oral and written 
communication skills; ability to commit one third of time for travel to 
field sites; and English fluency. Prefers: French language skills; 4 years 
experience in health programming in developing and post-conflict 
countries; and RN or Midwife. Submit resume and cover letter to: 
Heather Kidd, American Refugee Committee, 430 Oak Grove St., Suite 
204, Minneapolis, MN 55403; fax: 612-607-6499; or email: 
[email protected]

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CHILD SURVIVAL HEALTH BACKSTOP 
NEW YORK, NY

Duties: provide technical support to a growing portfolio of Child 
Survival programs in Africa and Asia; and contribute to the development 
of health policy and best practice within the international Concern 
Worldwide structure and may be called on to advise other public health 
interventions beyond the Child Survival program. REQUIRES: ability to 
travel significantly overseas for up to 6 months of the year; several years 
experience planning, implementing and evaluating high-quality public 
health interventions, coupled with an advanced qualification in public 
health or a related field; able to demonstrate a track record of involving 
the poorest communities in devising and implementing sustainable health 
solutions and building institutions which serve the health needs of 
women and poor families as effectively as possible; and training and 
coaching skills. Prefers: knowledge of the particular requirements of 
USAID Child Survival programs. Interested candidates based in North 
America please submit curriculum vitae and cover letter to 
[email protected] (International applicants please submit 
curriculum vitae to [email protected]). Closing date for 
applications is February 11. 

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SENIOR MANAGER, HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGY 
SUPPORT
NEW YORK, NY 

ORBIS International, a nonprofit humanitarian organization dedicated to 
reducing avoidable blindness worldwide via a flying eye hospital and 
program offices in China, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, India and Vietnam, 
seeks a Senior Manager, Healthcare Technology Support. Duties: 
oversee the development and management of the Healthcare Technology 
Support Department, a technical service unit providing support to 
ORBIS-assisted programs in the areas of biomedical engineering and 
healthcare technology management; provide and arrange a technical 
assistance program that supports ORBIS global, regional, and country 
strategies; help establish healthcare technology assessments, planning, 
and use of management systems; assist in procurement of medical, audio 
and visual equipment donations; help arrange maintenance support from 
manufacturers, suppliers and service suppliers; and ensure that 
biomedical engineering, healthcare technology management, and 
appropriate technology strategies are developed and implemented 
effectively within specific programs and projects. REQUIRES: 
Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering; 5 years progressively 
responsible managerial experience in the Biomedical field to ensure a 
thorough familiarity with the design and implementation of surgical 
support systems; and program design and management skills. Prefers: 
international experience working in developing countries. Send cover 
letter and resume with salary history and requirements to: ORBIS 
INTERNATIONAL, Human Resources Department, 520 8th Ave., 11th 
floor, New York, NY 10018; Email: [email protected]

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DIRECTOR FOR TRAINING & SERVICE DELIVERY 
IMPROVEMENT 
CHAPEL HILL, NC

Ipas seeks a Director for Training and Service Delivery Improvement 
(TSDI). Duties: design and implement global strategies to increase 
women's access to sustainable high-quality sexual and reproductive 
health care services; envision, plan and oversee implementation of a 
strategy for promoting universal local access to services globally and 
especially in the developing world; develop and manage partnerships 
with colleague agencies to further the organization's mission; oversee the 
development, implementation and on-going assessment of Ipas' technical 
leadership in clinical training tools and programs; oversee the 
development, implementation and on-going assessment of Ipas' clinical 
service delivery improvement programs and tools; supervise the Training 
and Service Delivery Improvement staff; and ensure technical liaison and 
back-up in training and service delivery improvement to all of Ipas' focus 
country teams. REQUIRES: 10+ years international experience; 
advanced degree in a relevant scientific or business discipline; expertise 
in training and performance improvement approaches; proven 
management and supervisory skills; ability to travel domestically and 
internationally, usually not to exceed 30% of time; ability to effectively 
act as spokesperson for Ipas with donors, collegial organizations and 
other situations; effective communication skills; ability to use a telephone 
and personal computer, incorporating a variety of software applications; 
and fluency in written and spoken English. Send cover letter and 
curriculum vitae to: Ms. Jill Solomon, Global Recruitment Specialists, 91 
Oakview Terrace, Short Hills, NJ 07078; telefax: 973-379-7325; or 
email: [email protected]

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FAMILY HEALTH INTERNATIONAL

Family Health International seeks candidates for the following positions. 
Send cover letter stating salary requirements and resume or curriculum 
vitae to: Human Resources, Family Health International, 2101 Wilson 
Blvd., Suite 700, Arlington, VA 22201; fax: 703-516-9781; or email: 
[email protected] For jobs in North Carolina, contact: Human 
Resources, Family Health International, P.O. Box 13950, Research 
Triangle Park, NC, 27709; fax: (919) 544-7261; or email: [email protected]

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT 
ARLINGTON, VA

Duties: provide technical and programmatic leadership to the AIDS 
Institute to promote an expanded capacity of field programs to manage 
and implement increasingly comprehensive, complex prevention and care 
programming. REQUIRES: Master's degree with relevant experience in 
public health or the behavioral sciences; and 7 years experience with 
management or capacity building of international health development 
programs, including 2 years management experience. 

ASSOCIATE TECHNICAL OFFICER, CARE 
ARLINGTON, VA

Duties: provide assistance to the Technical Support and Care Group of 
the AIDS Institute. REQUIRES: Master's degree in public health or 
other related health care field and 2 years of experience, or Bachelor's 
degree plus 3 years of relevant experience; familiarity with the scientific 
literature on AIDS and other STIs, especially as it relates to care and 
support for people living with HIV/AIDS, their families and 
communities; proficiency with MS Office Suite software; strong 
experience in abstracting documents and conducting literature searches 
(especially via the Internet); demonstrated organizational, management 
and interpersonal skills; ability to work independently with minimal 
supervision; and strong analytical and writing skills.

DEPUTY DIRECTOR, FIELD PROGRAMS 
ARLINGTON, VA

Duties: provide management oversight of select country and regional 
programs; and manage Field Programs activities and staff who provide 
headquarters level programmatic and strategic support to country and 
regional programs in the AIDS Institute. REQUIRES: Master's degree 
with experience in public health or the behavioral sciences; and 7 years 
experience with international development programs including 4 years 
relevant management experience. Prefers: international program 
management experience; relevant foreign language skills; and MPH.

SENIOR PROGRAM OFFICER, YOUTHNET 
ARLINGTON, VA

Duties: develop and manage the provision of short and long-term 
technical assistance to USAID missions, in-country CAs, and 
governmental, nongovernmental and community-based organizations 
through the YouthNet Program. REQUIRES: Master's degree in social 
science, public health or related field or equivalent years of experience; 5 
years relevant experience to include program support and field 
experience; and excellent organizational skills. Prefers: experience 
working with USAID cooperating agencies; and fluency in French, 
Spanish or Portuguese. 

SENIOR TECHNICAL OFFICER, HEALTH ECONOMICS (FHI 
GRADE 8)
ARLINGTON, VA

Duties: analyze costs and effectiveness of prevention and care activities; 
and improve economic resource allocation for scaling up the reduction of 
HIV transmission and the mitigation of its societal impact. REQUIRES: 
Ph.D. or Master's degree; and 5 years experience in health care finance, 
health economics or related public health field plus 5 years experience 
with international development programs in policy or resource allocation 
work. Prefers: fluency in French or Spanish. 

SENIOR TECHNICAL OFFICER, ORPHANS & VULNERABLE 
CHILDREN & CHILDREN AFFECTED BY AIDS (OVC/CAA) & 
HOME-BASED CARE 
ARLINGTON, VA

Duties: provide technical support to implement high quality care and 
support with primary focus on orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) 
and children affected by AIDS (CAA) and Home-based Care. 
REQUIRES: Master's degree or equivalent experience in public health 
or the social sciences; and 5 years experience in community based health 
and social support programs in developing countries. Prefers: fluency in 
French, Spanish or Portuguese. 

TECHNICAL OFFICER, EVALUATION, SURVEILLANCE & 
EPIDEMIOLOGIC RESEARCH 
ARLINGTON, VA

Duties: provide technical assistance in monitoring and evaluation to 
country-level HIV/AIDS prevention and care and support programs. 
REQUIRES: Ph.D., MPH or similar degree; equivalent experience in 
epidemiology, social sciences or other relevant areas; and 3 years 
experience in applied research and evaluation in health or family planning 
in developing countries. Prefers: experience in behavior change 
communication or medical background; overseas field experience and 
familiarity with USAID-funded programs; and fluency in Spanish, French 
or Portuguese. 

TRAINING OFFICER, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT
ARLINGTON, VA

Duties: provide technical and programmatic training expertise to assess, 
design and implement efforts to expand the capacity of field programs to 
manage and implement increasingly comprehensive prevention and care 
programming. REQUIRES: Master's degree with relevant experience in 
public health or the behavioral sciences; and 5 years experience with 
international health development programs. 

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC 

Duties: responsible for coordination and oversight of Coordinating and 
Operation Center (CORE) research project management for HIV 
Prevention Trials (HPTN) in assigned research areas; supervise clinical 
research staff assigned to specified research areas; collaborate with other 
organizations on issues affecting implementation of HPTN clinical 
research; and assure compliance with HPTN operating procedures and 
applicable regulatory guidelines. REQUIRES: Master's degree or MPH 
in a health-related field with 4 years significant demonstrated clinical 
trials monitoring experience; or appropriate public health or Bachelor's 
degree with 8 years relevant research experience; and excellent written 
and verbal communication skills. Prefers: clinical research experience in 
international networks; and developing country experience. 

BILINGUAL CLINICAL RESEARCH MONITOR
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC 

Duties: assist in the monitoring of FHI clinical trials to ensure that 
investigators are conducting the research within the requirements of the 
clinical protocol, in accordance with applicable federal regulations and 
guidelines, and that the rights and safety of human subjects involved in a 
clinical study are protected. REQUIRES: Associate's degree with 5 
years related experience; Bachelor's degree with 3 years related 
experience; or Master's degree with one year related work experience; 
excellent bilingual English and Spanish skills; and ability to travel 50% of 
the time, primarily internationally. Prefers: experience coordinating or 
monitoring clinical investigations. 

BILINGUAL CLINICAL RESEARCH MONITOR (RN)
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC 

Duties: assist in the monitoring of FHI clinical trials to ensure that 
investigators are conducting the research within the requirements of the 
clinical protocol, in accordance with applicable federal regulations and 
guidelines, and that the rights and safety of human subjects involved in a 
clinical study are protected. REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree, RN or 
equivalent training with 4 years experience; excellent verbal and written 
communication skills; excellent interpersonal and organizational skills; 
willingness and ability to travel domestically and internationally; and 
excellent bilingual English and Spanish skills. Prefers: computer literacy. 

CLINICAL RESEARCH MANAGER
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC

Duties: coordinate development and review of selected HIV prevention 
trials protocols and other study related materials; oversee the 
implementation of selected HIV prevention clinical research; and 
coordinate and provide management support for selected 
HIVNET/Prevention Trials Network (PTN) science working groups. 
REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree or equivalent training with 5 years 
experience in a scientific research position; or MPH or Master's degree 
with 3 years experience in a scientific research position; 2 years work 
experience in protocol development, study coordination or clinical 
monitoring, including project management responsibilities; knowledge of 
protocol development, FDA regulations and clinical monitoring 
procedures; excellent interpersonal and organizational skills; ability to 
work independently and within a team setting; experience working 
through all stages of a research project; and ability to travel domestically 
and internationally. Prefers: international experience. 

SENIOR CLINICAL RESEARCH MANAGER
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC

Duties: responsible for managing development and review of HIV 
prevention trials protocols and other study related materials; oversee the 
implementation of multiple HIV prevention clinical research projects to 
ensure research is conducted within the requirements of the clinical 
protocol, in accordance with applicable federal regulations and 
guidelines, and that the rights and safety of human subjects involved in a 
clinical study are protected; manage field sites to ensure the timely and 
accurate reporting of progress on research activities; and manage the 
activities of a selected HIV Prevention Trials Network (PTN) science 
working group. REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree or equivalent training 
and experience in scientific or health care field with 7 years related 
experience in clinical research, including monitoring and research project 
management responsibilities; MPH, Master's degree or clinical degree 
with 5 years experience in a research position; experience in and through 
knowledge of protocol development, FDA regulations and clinical 
monitoring procedures; excellent interpersonal and organizational skills; 
ability to manage a research project through all stages; and ability to 
travel domestically and internationally. Prefers: international experience. 

PREVENTION RESEARCH SPECIALIST
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC

Duties: responsible for coordinating the administrative, regulatory and 
technical aspects of one or more assigned HIV Prevention Trials 
Network (HPTN) research areas in conjunction with the assigned 
Clinical Research Manager (CRM) and under the direction of an 
Associate Director of HIV Prevention Trials (HPT) Group. REQUIRES: 
MPH, equivalent degree or work experience with one year work 
experience that demonstrates intermediate professional level of 
knowledge and expertise in research methods and application; or 
Bachelor's degree in public health, science or related area, with 4 years 
related work indicating necessary skills and abilities or equivalent 
combination of education and experience. 

ASSOCIATE PROGRAM OFFICER, YOUTHNET 
ARLINGTON, VA

Duties: provide support to develop, approve, administer and monitor 
subagreements and technical assistance at the global and country-level 
activities of the YouthNet Program. REQUIRES: Master's degree in 
social science, public health or related field or equivalent years of 
experience; 2 years relevant experience, to include program support and 
field experience; and strong writing skills. Prefers: international 
experience; experience in public health; experience working with USAID 
cooperating agencies; and fluency in French, Spanish or Portuguese. 

SENIOR PROGRAM OFFICER-LATIN AMERICA & 
CARIBBEAN
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC

Duties: administer and backstop FHI-supported reproductive health 
programs in the Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) region; develop 
new activities in the region; coordinate FHI activities in the LAC region; 
and provide a field perspective to other FHI departments. REQUIRES: 
Bachelor's degree in public health or related field with 7 years work 
experience or Master's degree or equivalent in public health or related 
field with 5 years work experience; administrative and coordination 
skills; and strong written and verbal skills in Spanish. Prefers: experience 
living overseas, preferably in a developing country. 

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DELOITTE EMERGING MARKETS

Deloitte Emerging Markets, the specialized development consulting arm 
of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, seeks candidates for the following 
positions. TO APPLY: Please email your CV to 
[email protected] Use reference at the end of each 
advertisement in correspondence. For more details on the positions, 
check our website at www.deloitte.com/emergingmarkets. EOE. 
M/F/D/V.

SENIOR HEALTH CARE CONSULTANTS 

We seek Senior Health Care Consultants to work on existing and future 
projects in developing countries. These positions will be US-based with 
worldwide travel, as well as short term and extended overseas 
appointments. REQUIREMENTS: 8+ years of professional healthcare 
experience in any of the following areas: Health Service Delivery; Health 
Financing and Insurance; Health Sector Reform; Capacity Building; 
NGO Sustainability / Organizational Development; Private/Public 
Partnerships; Endowment, fund management; Health Information 
Technology Systems; Training (non-clinical); Research and 
Dissemination; Behavior Change Communications; Policy; Quality 
Assurance. Knowledge of and experience with donor-agency funded 
work (i.e., USAID and World Bank). International consulting 
experience, especially in emerging economies of Africa, Central and 
Eastern Europe and Latin America. Graduate degree in a related field. 
Foreign language proficiency. Reference "IE - HC Gen" in the subject 
line. 

SENIOR FINANCIAL & MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT 

We seek a Senior Financial and Management Consultant for a healthcare 
project to provide innovative financing options, sustainability plans (both 
institutional and financial), cost recovery plans, and budgeting of health 
services and projects. The consultant will coordinate with various health 
sector players, such as the Ministry of Health, hospitals, clinics, NGOs 
and private providers. The consultant must have a solid understanding of 
the health sector in Bangladesh and know the relevant players. 
REQUIREMENTS: 10-15 years experience with a healthcare, financial, 
and management consulting background, including significant experience 
working in emerging markets. Master's Degree in a relevant field 
required. Fluency in English and Bengali required. Significant, relevant 
project and work experience in Bangladesh required. Previous 
experience with USAID funded project (especially health) highly 
recommended. Reference "IE - HC BGD" in the subject line. 

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RESEARCH MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGIST
SEIBERSDORF, AUSTRIA

The International Atomic Energy Agency seeks a Research Medical 
Entomologist (P-4) for the FAO/IAEA Agriculture and Biotechnology 
Laboratory Agency's Laboratories. Duties: develop and transfer 
appropriate technology dealing with the feasibility of using the SIT to 
control An. arabiensis in selected Member States; develop an outcome-
based strategy for the application of SIT for An. arabiensis and prepare a 
field feasibility study; create and maintain links to the WHO (World 
Health Organization) "Roll Back Malaria" initiatives; develop improved 
methods for mass rearing and sterilization of An. arabiensis and 
formulate quality control protocols; and implement a co-ordinated 
research project on SIT technology for mosquitoes. REQUIRES: PhD in 
a relevant field of entomology or medical entomology; 10 years' post 
university experience in a relevant field of entomology or malaria, 
including 4 years at international level; documented experience in the 
development and evaluation of mass rearing technology for insects; 
experience in radiation sterilization procedures and implementation of 
bioassay procedures; experience in the development of field projects with 
international organizations; and proficiency in English as well as good 
knowledge of French. Closing date: 3/22/02. Net annual salary: $62K. 
To apply, send a detailed curriculum vitae and a completed Personal 
History Form to: Recruitment Unit, Division of Personnel, International 
Atomic Energy Agency, Wagramer Strasse 5, P.O. Box 100, A-1400 
Vienna, Austria or Fax No.: 431-26007. Reference Vacancy Notice No.: 
2002/700.

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MONITORING, EVALUATION & DESIGN SUPPORT, SR. 
MANAGEMENT
TURLOCK, CA

Monitoring, Evaluation and Design Support (MEDS) Project seeks to fill 
senior management position. Leadership role in project planning and 
management.  Responsibilities include contract administration, financial 
monitoring, reporting, and activity management. Candidates should have: 
MPH or relevant graduate degree; programmatic experience in design 
and evaluation of MCH and/or infectious disease activities; strong 
writing, presentation, team facilitation, and interpersonal skills; at least 
10 years experience in International Health with USAID-funded health 
projects; and overseas work experience.  Must be well-versed in USAID 
contracts.  Proficiency in second language desirable.  Resumes to: Ireeta 
Morris, Human Resources Manager, LTG Associates, Inc. 875 E. Canal 
Drive, Suite 1 Turlock CA 95380 or email [email protected]

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PROGRAM OFFICER
LOS ANGELES, CA

International Medical Corps (IMC) is a global humanitarian nonprofit 
organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through 
health care training and medical relief programs. Established in 1984 by 
volunteer United States doctors and nurses, IMC is a private, voluntary, 
nonpolitical, nonsectarian organization. Its mission is to improve the 
quality of life through health interventions and related activities that build 
local capacity in areas worldwide where few organizations dare to serve.  
By offering training and health care to local populations and medical 
assistance to people at highest risk, and with the flexibility to respond 
rapidly to emergency situations, IMC rehabilitates devastated health care 
systems and helps bring them back to self-reliance. Job Duties included 
the following: Actively supports IMC field program through field staff 
coordination and implementation; Provides technical support to field 
staff, consultants and other personnel; Monitors field program to insure 
compliance of grant and donor regulations; Provides reports and analysis 
to HQ of program through statistics and documentation; Assist the field 
management in implementation of field program through proactive 
communication, dialogue and liaison between field and HQ staff; Advisor 
to the field program staff on IMC policies and procedures; Provides 
research and expertise on field operations and programs in their specific 
country/region; Assist in the writing and editing of grant proposals and 
program reports; Keeps up-to-date on the socio-political and 
environmental situation in countries where IMC operates or plans to 
operate in the future. Requirements: Masters in Public Health or related 
coarse work and combined with one to two years of international work 
experience; Proficiency on all Microsoft products including Word, Excel, 
Outlook and Access; Use and knowledge of general office equipment. 
This is a full time position. Contact Information: E-mail send/fax cover 
letter, resume, and salary history to Fax: 310-442-6622 or email at 
[email protected] 

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FAMILY HEALTH INTERNATIONAL

Family Health International seeks candidates for the following positions. 
Send cover letter stating salary requirements and resume or curriculum 
vitae to: Human Resources, Family Health International, 2101 Wilson 
Blvd., Suite 700, Arlington, VA 22201; fax: 703-516-9781; or email: 
[email protected]

SENIOR TECHNICAL OFFICER, CLINICAL CARE
ARLINGTON, VA

Duties: provide technical support to implement high quality care and 
support with primary focus on clinical management of HIV/AIDS, which 
includes provision of AntiRetroViral therapy (ART). REQUIRES: MD 
or PA; 5 years experience in developing country settings; and knowledge 
and expertise in clinical management of HIV/AIDS. Prefers: MPH; and 
fluency in French or Spanish. 

TECHNICAL OFFICER, BEHAVIOR CHANGE 
COMMUNICATION
ARLINGTON, VA

Duties: provide guidance and technical support to HIV/STI-related 
behavior change communications (BCC) developed by country 
programs; and provide specific expertise in the practical application of 
behavioral change communication strategies and behavior change theory. 
REQUIRES: MPH, Master's degree or equivalent years of relevant 
experience in health-related education or communication; 3 years 
experience in the planning, design, implementation and evaluation of 
HIV-related BCC activities; practical field experience in developing 
countries; proven expertise valued above formal educational 
qualifications required; considerable knowledge and experience in 
behavior change theory, communication practice and planning and 
providing technical support at field level; experience in developing 
innovative BCC fieldwork that involves working at government and 
NGO levels; familiarity with issues related to care and support of people 
living with HIV/AIDS; extensive community-based field work; and 
training and experience in project planning, monitoring and evaluation. 
Prefers: background in sexual and reproductive health research 
methodologies; and fluency in French. 

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SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER
WASHINGTON, DC

The Institute for Reproductive Health, Georgetown University, is 
seeking a Senior Program Manager to oversee a new initiative to 
increase the use of fertility awareness-based methods of family planning 
in developing countries. RESPONSIBILITIES: As part of the Institute's 
program sponsored by the U.S. Agency for International Development, 
the Senior Program Manager will work with Institute staff to develop 
and implement strategies to expand the availability and use of fertility-
awareness based methods developed by the Institute. He/she also will be 
responsible for the overall development, management (financial, 
administrative, and programmatic), and representation of the Institute's 
activities in specific countries in Africa, Latin America and Asia. The 
Senior Program Manager will build capacity in local NGOs and public 
sector agencies to provide the fertility awareness-based methods 
developed by the Institute as family planning options. Duties include: 
collaborating with Institute Washington-based and field staff, as well as 
with in-country consultants and organizations, to develop educational 
materials and behavior change campaigns and manage all aspects of 
program implementation, monitoring, and evaluation. The Senior 
Program Manager will also be involved in strategic planning; securing 
funding for existing and new activities; external relations with donor, 
government, NGO and commercial entities; in-country 
personnel/consultant recruitment, training and supervision; developing 
and implementing behavior change communication campaigns and other 
related activities; managing program budgets; technical, financial and 
other reporting as required by donors and the Institute; and other duties 
as necessary. This position entails 30-50% travel. PREFERRED 
QUALIFICATIONS: Significant family planning project management 
experience (10+ years) in developing countries; At least 5 years work 
experience in behavior change communication; Relevant post-graduate 
degree (MPH, MBA, etc.) or equivalent experience; Knowledge of 
international development and health issues, and familiarity with USAID 
and the international donor community; Fluency in English and Spanish 
or French. Preference will be give to candidates with knowledge and 
experience in Latin America, Africa and/or Asia. Successful candidates 
will exhibit creative thinking ability; excellent communication, analytical, 
organizational and interpersonal skills; flexibility; ability to work 
effectively and produce results in difficult circumstances; ability to 
interact successfully with counterparts at all levels; and an interest in an 
informed choice approach to family planning and reproductive health. 
This position, based at Georgetown University Medical Center in 
Washington, DC, is subcontracted through The Development Group, 
Inc. Submit resume, salary history and expectations to 
[email protected] or fax it to (703) 683-5927. The Development 
Group, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. 

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SENIOR TECHNICAL EXPERTS IN FAMILY PLANNING & 
REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

The Population Leadership Program (PLP), a program of the Public 
Health Institute, is a ten-year cooperative agreement with the U.S. 
Agency for International Development administratively located within 
the Health Bureau of USAID. PLP's strategic objective is improved 
management and leadership of global population, health, and nutrition 
programs. The Population Leadership Program (PLP) is recruiting 
Technical Advisors to work in USAID's Health Bureau and overseas 
missions. Since 1994 PLP has placed over eighty individuals in advisory 
positions to help manage, implement and evaluate USAID family 
planning and reproductive health programs. Throughout the fellowship 
PLP provides expert training and coaching to enhance the leadership and 
management skills of the fellows. All fellowships are two years with a 
possible two-year extension. All applicants must have the following 
minimum qualifications: Master's degree or technical certification in 
relevant field. 5-10 years post-graduate degree work experience in the 
developing world. 5-10 years experience in managing population/family 
planning/reproductive health programs. Experience consulting with 
international population or family planning programs, especially those 
funded by USAID. A commitment to participate in professional 
development and leadership activities. Ability to obtain secret security 
clearance (US citizenship usually required). If you meet the minimum 
qualifications and are interested in being considered for the PLP 
fellowships, please send your current CV with a cover letter outlining 
your skills, experience, salary history and availability to: Population 
Leadership Program, Attn: Recruitment Manager, 2168 Shattuck 
Avenue, Suite 300, Berkeley, CA 94704; E-mail to 
[email protected]; Fax: 510-649-7894. Interested applicants are 
encouraged to visit the PLP website at www.popldr.org. We are proud 
to be an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer

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PROGRAM OFFICER
WASHINGTON, DC

American International Health Alliance (AIHA), is a non-profit group 
which supports health care assistance projects in the New Independent 
States (NIS) of the former Soviet Union and in the countries of Central 
and Eastern Europe (CEE) under grants from USAID. AIHA is currently 
seeking a Program Officer. Duties: Manage implementation of 
partnership programs, approval and monitoring of program workplans 
and budgets, and evaluation of partner activities; act as advocate and 
resource person for all assigned partnerships and initiatives; document 
outcomes, successes, and areas of improvement for all assigned 
partnerships, initiatives, and special projects; support and maintain 
coordination with regional offices in the implementation of the 
workplans; coordinate the planning and implementation of AIHA 
conferences/workshops; provide oversight for travel and logistics, 
procurement and shipping functions within program areas; work in a 
team w/other Program Officers and supervises assigned staff; and, 
complete other duties as assigned. This is a Washington, DC based 
position, but domestic and international travel is required. 
Qualifications: Master's degree in public health, health-related field, or 
international development, plus 10 years exp. in a health field, 5 of which 
must have been in a managerial position w/personnel supervision and 
budget responsibilities. Excellent written and verbal communication skills 
are necessary. Demonstrated exp. in training group facilitation, 
community organization, and conflict resolution preferred. Experience in 
the NIS/CEE regions and/or knowledge of Russian language will be 
helpful. Please e-mail cover letter, resume, & salary requirements to 
[email protected], fax to 202-789-0519, or mail to: AIHA, Attn: HR, 1212 
New York Avenue, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20005. AA/EO 
Employer

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CHEMONICS

Chemonics International, www.chemonics.com, a leading international 
development consulting firm providing technical assistance to developing 
countries worldwide. Chemonics is broadening its involvement in 
international health and is seeking experienced professionals for short 
and long term assignments. Minimum requirements are an advanced 
degree in a relevant field and five years of work experience, preferably in 
a developing country. To apply: Send cover letter and resume to 
[email protected] Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. 
EOE.

HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONALS
WASHINGTON, DC & FIELD ASSIGNMENTS (as needed)

We seek technical experts in the following areas: anemia; antenatal and 
neonatal care; breastfeeding and complementary feeding; growth 
monitoring; diarrheal control; infectious diseases; health technology 
assessment; malaria; obstetrics; maternal and infant nutrition; vaccination 
services/immunization; and vitamin A. 

HEALTH COMMUNICATION PROFESSIONALS
WASHINGTON, DC & FIELD ASSIGNMENTS (as needed)

The ideal candidates will be communications professionals with 
significant experience in design, implementation and evaluation of 
international health communication programs. Experience and/or 
background in family planning/reproductive health, maternal and child 
health, infectious disease, HIV/AIDS, or adolescent health are a plus. 

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REGIONAL HEALTH ASSOCIATE, MEASLES INITIATIVE
WASHINGTON, DC


The Measles Initiative team in the International Services Department of 
the American Red Cross seeks a Regional Health Associate. Duties: 
assess and analyze African National Society capacity and facilitate their 
effective participation with their Ministry of Health plan for mass measles 
campaigns; provide management oversight for all campaigns in Africa, 
while maintaining effective relationships with Red Cross delegations, Red 
Cross Movement counterparts, and key stakeholders in primary partner 
agencies; and focus on mass measles campaigns in Africa, by developing 
solution-oriented and culturally appropriate working relationships with 
Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies. REQUIRES: MPH 
degree; 2 years experience collaborating with other NGOs on field 
programs in developing countries; and excellent English writing, public 
speaking and interpersonal skills. Prefers: proficiency with MS Office 
applications. Visit our Career Center at: www.redcross.org/jobs/, click 
under National HQ, and fill out a profile. To apply for this position, 
search under "International Development" for Req# 2002-1511. 

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AMERICAN RED CROSS

The American Red Cross seeks candidates for the following positions. 
To apply, visit http://www.redcross.org/jobs/apply.html. Reference the 
Appropriate Requisition No.

MEASLES ASSOCIATE
WASHINGTON DC

A Measles Associate is sought. Duties: assess and analyze African 
National Society capacity and facilitate their effective participation with 
their Ministry of Health plan for mass measles campaigns; provide 
management oversight for all campaigns in Africa, while maintaining 
effective relationships with ARC delegations, Red Cross Movement 
counterparts, and key stakeholders in primary partner agencies; and 
focus on mass measles campaigns in Africa, interacting primarily with 
Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies through working 
relationships that are solution-oriented and culturally appropriate. 
REQUIRES: MPH degree; two years experience collaborating with 
other NGOs on field programs in developing countries; and excellent 
English writing, public speaking, and interpersonal skills. Reference 
Requisition No.: 2002-1486.

CHAPTER INVOLVEENT INITIATIVES ASSOCIATE
WASHINGTON DC

A Chapter Involvement Initiatives Associate is sought. Duties: develop, 
implement, and maintain programs and initiatives that build chapter, 
community and public understanding of, support for, and involvement in 
International Services. REQUIRES: Bachelor's degree in related field; 
three years relevant experience; and two years experience (or combined 
experience) in Red Cross service delivery activities (CSN or NHQ), Red 
Cross international programs, or education and training. Reference 
Requisition No.: 2001-1281.

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SCIENTIST
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND

The World Health Organization seeks a Scientist (P-5) for the Research 
Policy and Cooperation. Duties: develop an operational framework and 
instrument for evaluating the performance of health research systems in 
WHO Member States; implement and operationalise the application of 
the evaluation instrument; collection, analysis and interpretation of the 
data and information collected from the evaluation process; presentation 
of the analysed data; and further refinement of the evaluation instrument. 
REQUIRES: Postgraduate degree in medical, biological, natural, 
economic, statistical or social sciences from a recognized university; 
good academic background with a proven track-record of publications in 
a relevant area; working knowledge of health research systems, research 
evaluation, evaluation design and methodologies, performance evaluation 
tools, survey strategies, quantitative and qualitative data analysis 
techniques, impact assessment of research, meta-analysis, development 
of indicators (bibliometric, econometric, psychometric, composite, etc), 
linkage of research to policy, financing of health research; more than 10 
years experience in international health research activities at a senior 
scientific, managerial, or policy level; and excellent knowledge of 
English. Closing date: 2/22/02. Net annual salary: $83-89K. Send WHO 
Personal History Form, detailed curriculum vitae and photograph to: 
EIP/MSU, World Health Organization, CH-1211 Geneva 27, 
Switzerland or Fax No.: 4122-791-4841. Reference Vacancy Notice 
No.: HQ/02/EIP/2.

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SENIOR ADVISER, ITM & OTHER MVC INTERVENTIONS
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND

The World Health Organization seeks a Senior Adviser, ITM and other 
MVC Interventions (P-5) for the Roll Back Malaria (RBM), 
Communicable Diseases (CDS) Program. Duties: lead the team on ITM 
and other MVC interventions; develop a WHO-wide workplan and 
budget for ITM and other MVC interventions and supervise its 
implementation; coordinate support for a RBM global strategy on the 
use of ITM and other MVC interventions as a multiple-prevention tool 
for malaria; and identify effective strategies to significantly increase 
production, supply and distribution of netting materials and insecticides 
to ensure access and equity. REQUIRES: Medical Degree or PhD (or 
equivalent) in biomedical sciences or a closely related field; Postgraduate 
qualifications in public health, tropical medicine or relevant fields; 
extensive knowledge of all malaria control interventions; extensive 
professional experience at the national or international levels in malaria, 
public health or communicable disease activities; extensive experience 
working with vector-control interventions; and excellent knowledge of 
English or French with a working knowledge of the other language. 
Closing date: 2/27/02. Net annual salary: $83-89K. Send WHO 
Personal History Form, detailed curriculum vitae, and photograph to: 
CDS/MSU, World Health Organization, CH-1211 Geneva 27, 
Switzerland or Fax No.: 4122-791-4752. Reference Vacancy Notice 
No.: HQ/02/CDS/3.

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HIV/AIDS/STI DIRECTOR
MILLWOOD, VA

Project HOPE seeks a HIV/AIDS/STI Director. Duties: review 
HIV/AIDS/STI prevention and intervention components of existing 
programs worldwide, make recommendations for improvements, and 
assist Project HOPE in operationalizing the recommendations for 
implementation; visit selected international field sites; review 
HIV/AIDS/STI activities and provide feedback and recommendations for 
improvements; assess existing programs without HIV/AIDS/STI 
activities for possible integration of these activities; review new 
materials, guidelines and technical reports and disseminate to 
headquarters and field staff; assist field programs with linking with 
contractors and consultants to enhance the quality and scope of their 
HIV/AIDS/STI activities; develop yearly operational plans for 
HIV/AIDS/STI efforts which include operationalization of new efforts 
and professional development for capacity building; develop partnerships 
with USAID CAs and other organizations (for example, CDC, WHO) to 
strengthen HOPE's technical capabilities in HIV/AIDS/STI behavior 
change and prevention, case management, and control of these diseases; 
develop program ideas and proposals to enhance HOPE's capacity to 
implement programs focusing on the prevention of HIV/AIDS/STIs, 
behavior change, case management and treatment, infection control, 
adult learning, and community participation; submit proposals to 
foundations and other donors; and submit quarterly activity reports to 
the Vice President of the International Division. REQUIRES: MPH or 
other relevant degree; 3-5 years experience in international health 
programming and implementation of HIV/AIDS/STI and behavior 
change programs; excellent communication skills in English; experience 
with adult education methodologies; excellent interpersonal skills and the 
ability to work both as a team member and independently; and 
willingness to travel 25-30% of time. Prefers: French, Spanish, 
Portuguese, Russian or Arabic language skills. Send cover letter and 
curriculum vitae to: Ms. Jill Solomon, Global Recruitment Specialists, 91 
Oakview Terrace, Short Hills, NJ 07078; fax: 973-379-7325; or email: 
[email protected] 

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MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGIST
PORT-OF-SPAIN, T&T

The Pan American Health Organization seeks a Medical Microbiologist 
(P-4). Duties: providing microbiological support for the surveillance 
program of the Caribbean Epidemiology Center; assisting in the 
development and coordination of national diagnostic and reference 
microbiology laboratory services in close collaboration with national 
health laboratories in the Caribbean; providing advisory services and 
advocacy in the development of microbiological support for disease 
prevention and control; organizing and implementing training in 
diagnostic and public health microbiology and its application to the 
epidemiology of disease control throughout the Caribbean; and assisting 
in epidemiological surveys and investigation of outbreaks. REQUIRES: 
M.D. degree with a postgraduate degree to at least the Master's level in 
microbiology or a Ph.D. in microbiology; seven years of national-level 
experience in medical microbiology with particular emphasis on medical 
bacteriology; two years of international-level participation in technical 
cooperation programs and activities related to disease surveillance and/or 
laboratory techniques and practices; and very good knowledge of 
English. Closing date: 2/13/02. Net annual salary: $63-68K. Send 
PAHO application to: Pan American Health Organization, 525 Twenty-
third Street, N.W., Washington D.C. 20037, USA or Fax No.: (202) 
974-3379. Reference Vacancy Notice No.: 02-001.

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