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Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP) is a US Agency for International Development (USAID) program that offers early- to mid-career global health professionals the opportunity to advance their careers supporting the USAID Bureau for Global Health and its implementing partners. GHTP is helping USAID improve global health outcomes in communities around the world by building a new generation of global health technical professionals who reflect the diversity of the American people.   Credence and its partner, the Public Health Institute (PHI), are both employers for the Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP) project which provides expertise in support of USAID global health programs. The hiring of this position will be through the PHI and as such the selected person will become a PHI employee.   GH serves as the Agency’s primary source of technical expertise, leadership, and donor coordination for the health sector.  Through its staff of approximately 456, GH provides critical support to USAID missions and field programs in more than 80 countries.  USAID obligated $5.75 billion during fiscal year (FY) 2015 for health programs, including 48 percent or $2.76 billion through GH centrally designed and managed programs (including Presidential Initiatives, global partnerships and field support).  The GH Bureau comprises seven technical and support offices, one of which is the Office of Infectious Disease (ID).  The Tuberculosis (TB) Division provides technical leadership, project management, country support, and supports agency requirements to lead the US Government’s (USG) international TB program.    The TB Division strategically directs the financial and human resources to achieve the USAID Global Accelerator to End TB, USG global TB strategy as well as the USAID implementation plan goals and objectives. The TB Division provides support through prevention and care programs in countries implementing USAID supported TB activities, focusing on accelerating detection and treatment of TB, expanding prevention and treatment of multi-drug resistant TB programs, scaling-up of TB-HIV integration, and developing TB service delivery platforms.   The Division manages USAID’s TB research programs to identify new and improved drug regimens, other technologies to prevent and treat TB, and improved approaches to implementing TB programs.  The TB Division represents USAID and the USG in international fora as well as leads international TB activities for the USG.    The Tuberculosis SI Technical Advisor (Advisor) will serve in the Bureau for Global Health’s Infectious Diseases Office, within the Tuberculosis Division (GH/ID/TB) and will support the TB Team. The Advisor will aim to strengthen the SI with particular focus on improving the country level data transparency, quality and use in USAID’s priority countries and other countries where USAID contributes to and provides technical assistance. They will provide technical expertise on SI consistent with the USAID’s Global Accelerator to End TB, US Government Tuberculosis Strategy, National Action Plan on MDR-TB, USAID’s technical implementation approach, and other international policies and guidelines. This will include mapping and analyzing current SI related interventions for USAID/TB supported, developing models of best practices, and supporting the implementation and improved quality of SI interventions.   Job Requirements The Advisor will work as part of a team to identify gaps in TB SI and reporting gaps and provide technical assistance to support countries and USAID Missions. The Advisor will support a small team with the analysis, interpretation and dissemination of TB-related data, that will facilitate decision making among USAID stakeholders. The Advisor will proactively analyze data; develop data packages, reports and slide decks for global and country levels’ performance and provide SI support to the USAID/W TB team, TB country backstops and TB Missions.  S/he will support local governments, project staff, and local partners in implementation of the latest SI technical guidance and related issues.
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-4009
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP) is a US Agency for International Development (USAID) program that offers early- to mid-career global health professionals the opportunity to advance their careers supporting the USAID Bureau for Global Health and its implementing partners. GHTP is helping USAID improve global health outcomes in communities around the world by building a new generation of global health technical professionals who reflect the diversity of the American people.   Credence Management Solutions, LLC (Credence) is seeking Program Coordinator within USAID’s Bureau for Global Health, Office of Country Support (OCS) under GHTP.   Office of Country Support (OCS) serves as a nexus for informing and coordinating with field programs and strategy development and implementation and communicates directly with USAID mission health teams.   OCS manages the USAID/Washington Country Health Team System ensuring strong, strategic support to the field and undertakes analysis and documentation of Agency best practices, working closely with GH staff and across other Bureaus in USAID/Washington.The OCS priorities are as follows: - Stewards of a strong Global Health Country Team System. - Mobilize support to Missions from across the Bureau and Agency to effectively operationalize the Program Cycle. - Create and manage a variety of communication strategies/platforms that create a bridge between the Field and Washington. - Support interpretation and implementation of Agency and GH Policies and Priorities. In addition, USAID’s New Partnerships Initiative (NPI) was launched on May 1, 2019 to increase the use of new and underutilized organizations on the Journey to Self Reliance. Consistent with the Agency-wide NPI focus, the Bureau for Global Health (GH) has issued four awards worth $125M which are managed by OCS.   The Program Coordinator will support the Agreement Officer Representatives (AOR) for NPI awards in the execution of their duties, and also provide high quality country support and country team leadership for selected assigned countries.   Job Requirements The Program Coordinator will support the AORs for NPI awards in the execution of their duties. Responsibilities may include tracking buy-in and expenditures by missions and by the source of funds, and coordinating between Missions, OCS staff and other relevant GH Offices. The position will also assist OCS and other GH staff with supporting Missions in capitalizing on opportunities generated by NPI such as providing guidance to Missions on how to issue their own Rounds.   In addition, working with the relevant OCS Regional Team Lead(s), the Program Coordinator will lead their assigned Country Team(s) to provide strategic, technical, analytical and programmatic expertise and ensure robust country-led, integrated health programs, identifying learning opportunities and ensure the learning is captured and disseminated through a variety of channels.
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-4008
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP) is a US Agency for International Development (USAID) program that offers early- to mid-career global health professionals the opportunity to advance their careers supporting the USAID Bureau for Global Health and its implementing partners. GHTP is helping USAID improve global health outcomes in communities around the world by building a new generation of global health technical professionals who reflect the diversity of the American people.   Credence Management Solutions, LLC (Credence) is seeking Policy Advisor within USAID’s Bureau for Global Health, Office of Office of Policy, Programs, and Planning (P3) under GHTP.   The Policy Advisor position is located in the Bureau for Global Health’s Office of Policy, Programs, and Planning (P3). P3 provides leadership, advice, and support to the GH Bureau on strategic planning, budgeting and resource allocation, financial and program management, and procurement planning.  The office also provides leadership in ensuring the effectiveness of GH programs and the achievement of GH objectives through coordination of the Bureau’s performance monitoring and program evaluation activities.  In addition, P3 serves as the lead GH office for donor coordination activities. The P3 Office Director is the USAID POC for the Policy Advisor, who provides strategic and technical guidance on the full range of GH’s policy, programmatic, and donor coordination issues.   Job Requirements ThePolicy Advisor advances Bureau for Global Health (GH) priority goals by facilitating effective health program implementation across multiple technical areas and development sectors.  The position plays a key coordination role in and substantively contribute to planning, analyzing, and improving GH Bureau strategies, policies and operational processes, with particular focus on project design, program management, budget planning and analysis, and policy analysis. To accomplish these objectives, the Advisor collaborates closely with a wide range of stakeholders from the GH Bureau, USAID regional and pillar bureaus, field missions, the State Department, and other donors and development partners.
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-4007
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP) is a US Agency for International Development (USAID) program that offers early- to mid-career global health professionals the opportunity to advance their careers supporting the USAID Bureau for Global Health and its implementing partners. GHTP is helping USAID improve global health outcomes in communities around the world by building a new generation of global health technical professionals who reflect the diversity of the American people.   Credence Management Solutions, LLC (Credence) is seeking Data Scientist within USAID’s Bureau for Global Health, Office of Office of Policy, Programs, and Planning (P3) under GHTP.   USAID’s Office of Policy, Programs, and Planning (P3) within the Bureau for Global Health (GH) has the primary responsibility for GH’s strategic planning, budgeting, programming, and procurement functions. P3 provides leadership, advice, and support for cross-Bureau and cross-sector strategic direction, resource allocation, and procurement planning.   Within P3 is the Global Health Data Analytics Hub (the Hub). Formally established in 2016, the Hub works to organize, manage, and analyze data on global, country and regional trends related to health and on USAID programmatic impact; produce cutting-edge data visualizations, and strengthen USAID’s in-house capacity for self-service data analytics. The Hub is a team of data analysts and change management agents facilitating better use of technology to democratize data access and scale-up self-service analytics within USAID and its implementing partners. To facilitate a data-driven culture across all GH operating units and USAID field missions, the Hub has organized its activities in four areas: visual analytics; research and innovation using existing data sources; data management; and data literacy.   The Hub staff serve as translators connecting USAID technical staff and ideas to data and proven methods for data analysis and visualizations. Some of the services the Hub offers include: - Production of sophisticated data analyses, data visualizations and maps to enhance information, communications, and demonstration of USAID’s technical expertise and programming impact through data-driven evidence; - Development and consistent use of data research protocols, reporting practices, organizational templates, enablement and adoption of analytics programs; and - Advanced technical and executive data literacy programs for USAID and implementing partner staff. GH/P3 seeks to hire a Data Scientist to support the GH Bureau and USAID field Missions to strengthen the use of data for programming, evaluation, and impact reporting through better access to global public health and international development data and assisting GH technical staff and management with advanced data analysis and Tableau data visualizations.   JOB REQUIREMENTS: The Data Scientist will serve as a member of the Hub within the Division of Strategy, Analyses, Evaluation and Outreach (GH/P3/SAEO). The Data Scientist will work closely with GH offices and USAID field Missions to facilitate access to data and conduct advanced analysis and create visualizations of global public health and USAID programmatic and financial information. This role requires a significant set of technical skills, including a deep knowledge of data visualization and analytics tools like Tableau/Tableau Prep, Qualtrics, advanced data manipulation with R or Python or Alteryx.   The Data Scientist is expected to work with a variety of data sources including annual and quarterly-reported program and quality of service data, Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) data, USAID financial data, and global health epidemiologic data sourced from international development organizations or USAID host country governments. In addition, they will support efforts to build capacity for data analytics, management, and visualization within GH offices and USAID Field Missions. They will participate in USAID and industry data science working groups and communities of practice, and work collaboratively with USAID’s global health subject matter experts, engaging stakeholders in the development and prioritization of data analyses.   The Data Scientist will work closely with and receive technical guidance from the Division Chief of the Strategy, Analysis, Evaluation and Outreach Division (GH/P3/SAEO) or his designee, who will serve as their USAID point of contact. If you live and breathe data, enjoy turning information into insight, and want to apply your considerable data analytics and data visualization skills in ways that truly advance global health critical priorities, this is the role for you.
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-4006
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP) is a US Agency for International Development (USAID) program that offers early- to mid-career global health professionals the opportunity to advance their careers supporting the USAID Bureau for Global Health and its implementing partners. GHTP is helping USAID improve global health outcomes in communities around the world by building a new generation of global health technical professionals who reflect the diversity of the American people.   Credence Management Solutions, LLC (Credence) is seeking Data Engineer within USAID’s Bureau for Global Health, Office of Office of Policy, Programs, and Planning (P3) under GHTP.   USAID’s Office of Policy, Programs, and Planning (P3) within the Bureau for Global Health (GH) has the primary responsibility for GH’s strategic planning, budgeting, programming, and procurement functions. P3 provides leadership, advice, and support for cross-Bureau and cross-sector strategic direction, resource allocation, and procurement planning.   Within P3 is the Global Health Data Analytics Hub (the Hub). Formally established in 2016, the Hub works to organize, manage, and analyze data on global, country and regional trends related to health and on USAID programmatic impact; produce cutting-edge data visualizations, and strengthen USAID’s in-house capacity for self-service data analytics. The Hub is a team of data analysts and change management agents facilitating better use of technology to democratize data access and scale-up self-service analytics within USAID and its implementing partners. To facilitate a data-driven culture across all GH operating units and USAID field missions, the Hub has organized its activities in four areas: visual analytics; research and innovation using existing data sources; data management; and data literacy.   The Hub staff serve as translators, connecting USAID technical staff and ideas to data and proven methods for data analysis and visualizations. Some of the services the Hub offers include: - Production of sophisticated data analyses, data visualizations and maps to enhance information, communications, and demonstration of USAID’s technical expertise and programming impact through data-driven evidence; - Development and consistent use of data research protocols, reporting practices, organizational templates, enablement and adoption of analytics programs; and - Advanced technical and executive data literacy programs for USAID and implementing partner staff. The Hub seeks to hire a versatile Data Engineer to help optimize access to global health and international development data and assist GH data scientists, technical staff, and management with data analysis, communication of results, data policy and governance, and capacity building of USAID staff and implementing partners.   Job Requirements The Data Engineer will serve as a key resource person on handling data transformation and maintaining data workflows for the Global Health Data Analytics Hub. The incumbent will prepare and maintain data workflows and data assets; facilitate data audits and address data quality issues for the Global Health offices and the Field Missions. This role requires a significant set of technical skills, including a deep knowledge of database design and analytic tools like Tableau Prep, Alteryx, R, Python, and Excel.   The Data Engineer will be a vital member of the GH Data Analytics Hub team, responsible for managing, optimizing, overseeing and monitoring data retrieval, preparation, transformation and distribution throughout the organization. They will perform data engineering activities on some of the most cutting-edge projects in international development and global health, including building out ETL pipelines, data ingestion, and developing data models. They will collaborate with implementing partners and USAID’s Office of the Chief Information Officer to support the assessment, designing, building, and maintaining of scalable data platforms that use the latest and best data analytics tools. They will perform analytical exploration and examination of data from multiple sources and work with teams of foreign assistance program analysts, global health experts, data scientists, and decision makers in a fast-paced environment.   The  Data Engineer is expected to work with a variety of data sources including annual and quarterly-reported program and quality of service data, Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) data, budget, expenditure, and global health epidemiologic data sourced from international development organizations or host country governments. In addition, they will support efforts to build capacity for data analytics within GH offices and USAID Operating Units.   They will work closely with and receive technical guidance from the Division Chief, Strategy, Analysis, Evaluation and Outreach (GH/P3/SAEO) or his designee, who will serve as their USAID point of contact. If you live and breathe data and want to apply your considerable data engineering skills to prepare data in ways that truly advance global health critical priorities without compromise, this is the role for you.
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-4005
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
GHTP was designed by USAID to offer early- to mid-career global health and other technical professionals (TPs) the opportunity to advance their careers supporting USAID’s Global Health Bureau, Missions, and other USAID Bureaus and Offices. GHTP helps USAID improve global health, international development, and humanitarian assistance outcomes in communities around the world by building a new generation of technical professionals who reflect the diversity of the American people.    Credence is seeking a highly-motivated and detail-oriented critical thinker to join our program team, providing assistance for the Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP) program serving USAID, located in Washington, DC. As a member of the GHTP program team, the Program Support Specialist will provide logistical and travel support to TPs, assist in the execution of the GHTP outreach, diversity, and inclusion efforts, assist the recruiting team with maintaining an equitable application process, and support monitoring and evaluation activities.   The ideal candidate will have an understanding and passion for USAID ‘s mission, be a quick learner, and an excellent communicator who enjoys working as part of a dynamic team and learning a broad range of professional skills in a fast-paced environment.   This position will help the successful candidate develop a familiarity with USAID and the Global Health Bureau, principles of project management and analysis, and fundamentals of working and supporting individuals in an international context.
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-4002
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Credence and its partner, the Public Health Institute (PHI), are both employers for the Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP) project which provides expertise in support of USAID global health programs. The hiring of this position will be through the PHI and as such the selected person will become a PHI employee.   Summary Statement The Office of Population and Reproductive Health (PRH) within the Bureau for Global Health (GH) is the locus for programs that directly foster and promote expanded access to high- quality voluntary family planning services and information and reproductive health care in order to reduce unintended pregnancy and promote healthy reproductive behaviors in developing countries. Within PRH, the Policy, Evaluation and Communication (PEC) Division is responsible for providing technical guidance for the development, implementation and evaluation of population, health policy and financing, data collection, evaluation, and social and behavior change that are vital to the achievement of PRH’s, GH’s, and USAID’s family planning/reproductive health (FP/RH) goals, which are critical elements in the overall development plans of low and middle-income countries, and of crucial importance to their political and public leaders.   Job Requirements The Program Analyst will serve in the Policy, Evaluation and Communication Division of the Office of Population and Reproductive Health, Bureau for Global Health. S/he will work with and provide support to technical staff in PRH, performing a variety of both complex and routine analytical and administrative duties.   The Program Analyst will support the Gender and Cross Sectoral Population, Environment and Development (PED) teams within PRH. Both of these teams are situated within the PEC Division. The Gender team provides technical leadership and oversight of gender integration within the PRH portfolio. More specifically, the Gender team seeks to integrate efforts to mitigate harmful gender norms and promote gender equality across the family planning portfolio (e.g., research, policy and advocacy, service delivery, social and behavior change communication), with a particular focus on gender-based violence, reproductive empowerment, and male engagement in FP. The Cross Sectoral PED team supports PRH’s work to advance the integration of population and FP/RH across multiple development sectors including the environment, economic growth, livelihoods, food and water security, education, peace and stability, and resilience. PRH believes that population and FP matter for virtually all development issues and sectors, and that gender and strategic cross-sectoral integrated programming can effectively support the achievement of FP/RH outcomes and objectives, enabling countries to meet the family planning needs of their people, while contributing to the accomplishment of multiple other development sector outcomes.   The Program Analyst will prioritize her/his tasks in order of importance and impending deadlines in collaboration with his/her supervisors and will handle multiple tasks simultaneously.  The Program Analyst also works with other members of the Division and potentially across other parts of the Office or the Bureau to assist in areas within the purview of Gender and PED assignments that may include country backstopping, overall administrative support and other duties as of interest to the Program Analyst and agreed to by his/her supervisors. The Program Analyst must develop and maintain a working knowledge of USAID policies, procedures and guidelines, and engage productively with multiple colleagues and stakeholders.
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-3970
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Credence and its partner, the Public Health Institute (PHI), are both employers for the Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP) project which provides expertise in support of USAID global health programs. The hiring of this position will be through the PHI and as such the selected person will become a PHI employee.   Summary Statement When it was launched in 2005, the goal of the President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) was to reduce malaria-related mortality by 50% across 15 high-burden countries in sub-Saharan Africa through a rapid scale-up of four proven and highly effective malaria prevention and treatment measures: insecticide-treated mosquito nets (ITNs); indoor residual spraying (IRS); accurate diagnosis and prompt treatment with artemisinin-based combination therapies (ACTs); and intermittent preventive treatment of pregnant women (IPTp). With the passage of the Tom Lantos and Henry J. Hyde Global Leadership against HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria Act in 2008, PMI developed a US Government (USG) Malaria Strategy for 2009–2014.  This strategy included a long-term vision for malaria control in which sustained high coverage with malaria prevention and treatment interventions would progressively lead to malaria-free zones in Africa, with the ultimate goal of worldwide malaria eradication by 2040-2050.  Consistent with this strategy and the increase in annual appropriations supporting PMI, four new sub-Saharan African countries and one regional program in the Greater Mekong Sub-region of Southeast Asia were added in 2011. The contributions of PMI, together with those of other partners, have led to dramatic improvements in the coverage of malaria control interventions in PMI-supported countries, and all 15 original countries have documented substantial declines in all-cause mortality rates among children less than five years of age.   In 2015, PMI launched the next six-year strategy, setting forth a bold and ambitious goal with specific objectives. This PMI Strategy for 2015-2020 takes into account the progress over the past decade and the new challenges that have arisen. Malaria prevention and control remains a major U.S. foreign assistance objective and PMI’s Strategy fully aligns with the USG’s vision of ending preventable child and maternal deaths and ending extreme poverty. Under the PMI Strategy for 2015-2020, the USG’s goal is to work with PMI-supported countries and partners to further reduce malaria deaths and substantially decrease malaria morbidity, towards the long-term goal of elimination.   In 2017, PMI announced that it was expanding into five new countries: Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Niger and Sierra Leone.   Under the leadership of a new PMI Coordinator, data and data analytics is a top priority for PMI. Supply chain data is one of the four data streams in PMI’s data initiative. PMI, the Global Fund and the Gates Foundation have signed a data sharing agreement and one of the core data elements is supply chain data.   Job Requirements The Malaria Technical Advisor (Advisor) will be based in the Malaria Division of Global Health Bureau’s Office of Infectious Diseases (GH/ID) and will serve as an integral member of USAID’s PMI Team. In collaboration with the PMI Team, the Advisor will be monitoring and providing technical support to USAID at headquarters and in the field with missions and PMI country teams, technical counterparts, implementing partners, and the Ministries of Health and USAID cooperating agencies.  The Advisor will work on the Supply Chain team, and work closely with and receive technical guidance from the Chief, Supply Chain Branch, Malaria Division, as his/her point of contact.
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-3955
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The  Research and Policy (RP) Division of the Office of Maternal Child Health and Nutrition (MCHN) is a multidisciplinary unit that provides technical leadership, guidance, and coordination to advance the integrated use of policy and engagement, monitoring, evaluation and research and other relevant approaches to accelerate the uptake, scaling up, and sustained and effective use of maternal, newborn, child, environmental health and nutrition programming.  The RP division working in collaboration with USAID staff and partners undertakes analysis as well as manages and provides technical guidance to activities that includes monitoring, evaluation and research, policy, and community health.  Division staff use a range of analytical, technical, and engagement/ policy tools to support efforts to  reduce mortality, severe morbidity, and advance sustained development to support the achievement of the goals of Preventing Child and Maternal Deaths and contributes to activities to advance other GH goals, including AIDS Free Generation, the President’s Malaria Initiative and the overall development objectives of the Agency.   Job Requirements The Data Scientist will provide technical support to guide the application of USAID MCHN technical and financial resources to the highest priority problem areas and interventions, at both headquarters and field program levels. The Scientist will conduct analysis and serve as well as a technical advisor on awards related to data management, analysis, visualization, and dissemination. 
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-3947
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Credence and its partner, the Public Health Institute (PHI), are both employers for the Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP) project which provides expertise in support of USAID global health programs. The hiring of this position will be through the PHI and as such the selected person will become a PHI employee.   Summary Statement The Communications Advisor is an integral part of the communications team and works under the technical guidance of the Senior Communications Advisor to articulate and implement communication and outreach priorities for USAID’s Office of Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition (MCHN).  The team’s responsibilities include executing strategic internal and external communications for MCHN; overseeing the development, publication and distribution of new materials; responding to requests for information from a variety of stakeholders; supporting the MCHN front office with communications and public affairs needs; conducting wide-ranging social media campaigns, and assisting with special events planning. This role would play a technical leadership role on strategic communications for the Office's maternal and child nutrition and WASH portfolios.  As an Advisor, s/he must also gain a clear understanding of the Senior Strategic Communications Advisor role and be prepared to serve as a backstop in his/her absence. The position requires maintaining a working knowledge of the Agency’s maternal, child, and environmental health and nutrition priorities, policies and programs through missions, implementing partners, and projects.   Job Requirements The Communications Advisor primarily provides technical assistance to USAID Washington bureaus and USAID country-level programs to roll-out programming under the Multi-sectoral Nutrition Strategy (2014-2025) while also supporting efforts to prevent maternal and child deaths and, the Water in Development Strategy (2018-2023), and the communications, knowledge management and capacity building associated with them. S/he provides technical assistance, guidance, and support for communications and knowledge management to activities implemented by Washington-funded projects, particularly USAID Advancing Nutrition, MOMENTUM, and others to ensure that project resources align with Agency priorities, messaging, and branding guidelines. S/he also maintains a close working relationship with nutrition, maternal and child health; and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) advocates, implementing partners, and other relevant project staff to maintain and elevate visibility for USAID’s work on maternal and child health, WASH and nutrition. S/he supports and advises USAID leadership on strategic involvement in global and national partnerships as they relate to communications, especially for the Scaling Up Nutrition Movement, Nutrition for Growth, Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health, and others. S/he actively seeks new, strategic platforms and events to increase the visibility of USAID’s work on nutrition, maternal and child health, and WASH and develop communications materials to share at such opportunities.   On behalf of the Office, s/he collaborates with other USAID bureaus and offices to accomplish Agency objectives related to maternal and child health, WASH and nutrition communications and knowledge management, including cohesive messaging on USAID’s maternal and child health, WASH and nutrition work, policy and strategic development, knowledge sharing, and program and project planning. S/he works in day-to-day close collaboration with the Agency’s Center for Nutrition in developing and implementing a cross-bureau communication and knowledge management strategy for nutrition. As part of the wider Global Health Communications team, s/he works closely with other communicators across the bureau and in the front office, to tell a consistent, cohesive story about USAID’s global health work. S/he also works closely with colleagues in the Bureau for Legislative and Public Affairs (LPA) to respond to external inquiries about the Agency’s work on maternal and child health, WASH and nutrition and amplify content on Agency handles.   The Advisor will receive technical guidance from the Nutrition Team Leader and from the MCHN Office Director who oversees the Communications Team.
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-3869
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Credence and its partner, the Public Health Institute (PHI), are both employers for the Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP) project which provides expertise in support of USAID global health programs. The hiring of this position will be through the PHI and as such the selected person will become a PHI employee.   Summary Statement The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) continues to be at the forefront of the U.S. Government (USG) response in the fight against HIV and AIDS. USAID is a key partner in the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and works closely with other USG agencies on this initiative.   In support of these efforts and the PEPFAR goal to end the HIV epidemic, the Adult Clinical Branch, within the Bureau for Global Health’s Office of HIV/AIDS, Prevention, Care and Treatment Division (GH/OHA/PCT/ACB), requires an technical advisor for Differentiated Care & Multi-month Dispensing (MMD) who will support USAID to implement and monitor uptake and outcomes of Differentiated Service Delivery (DSD) and MMD, and provide strategic and technical leadership on supply chain issues to ensure reliable supply from the national to the individual site and patient level of essential drugs for people affected by HIV and AIDS and related infections. This position requires knowledge of antiretroviral therapy (ART) management, service delivery approaches in low- and middle-income settings, supply chain management, and appropriate monitoring strategies to foster life-long virologic suppression and the prevention of HIV drug resistance.   The MMD Advisor will assist in the design and implementation of USAID and PEPFAR-supported HIV prevention, care and treatment programs, with a focus on clinical services, including DSD/MMD. The DSD/MMD Advisor analyzes data, reports and other information on ART delivery internationally and reviews relevant data and policies to inform USAID-supported programming and service delivery. A primary focus area is high-quality differentiated service delivery approaches for patient-centered, efficient ART programs, including promoting broad uptake of providing 3-6 month supplies of ARVs to stable patients across all subpopulations in order to foster life-long adherence and virologic suppression, client satisfaction and health system efficiencies. S/he will serve as a subject matter expert, providing coordination and advice in the delivery of ART program services. The DSD/MMD Advisor will support PEPFAR’s goal of eliminating HIV by 2020 and supporting the field to implement high-quality and high-performing ART services, with a particular focus on Differentiated Service Delivery that meet different patient needs. The GH/OHA/PCT Adult Clinical Branch (ACB) Chief will be the USAID point of contact, and the Advisor will work closely with the ACB, PMB and SCH branches.
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-3833
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The Budget Analyst advances Bureau for Global Health (GH) priority goals by facilitating effective health program implementation across multiple technical areas and development sectors.  The position plays a key coordination role in planning, analyzing, and improving GH Bureau strategies, policies and operational processes, with particular focus on program management and budget planning. To accomplish these objectives, the Analyst collaborates closely with a wide range of stakeholders from the GH Bureau, USAID regional and pillar bureaus, field missions, the State Department, and other donors and development partners.   Job Requirements The Budget Analyst position is located in the Bureau for Global Health’s Office of Policy, Programs, and Planning (P3).  P3 provides leadership, advice, and support to the GH Bureau on strategic planning, budgeting and resource allocation, financial and program management, and procurement planning.  The office also provides leadership in ensuring the effectiveness of GH programs and the achievement of GH objectives through coordination of the Bureau’s performance monitoring and program evaluation activities.  The P3 Office Director is the USAID POC for the Budget Analyst, who provides strategic and technical guidance on the full range of GH’s policy and programmatic issues.   Note: This is a term limited position for 3 years.
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-3786
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The Research, Technology, and Utilization Division (RTU) of the Office of Population and Reproductive Health (PRH) provides technical leadership in building scientific and empirical knowledge and ensures its use in the design and implementation of effective, efficient, high-quality family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) programs. The objectives of RTU’s research program in Family Planning and Reproductive Health are to provide new and/or improved technologies; improve the quality, accessibility and cost-effectiveness of family planning and related reproductive health services; strengthen developing country institutional capabilities to use research to diagnose and solve service delivery problems; and enhance the dissemination and utilization of research results.  To achieve these broad objectives, the RTU Division is organized into two teams: Biomedical Research and Development and Implementation Science.     The Division’s Biomedical Research & Development Team manages a complex portfolio focused on three key areas: - Refining existing contraceptive methods to make them more acceptable, affordable and accessible. - Developing new contraceptive methods that fill gaps in the existing method mix. - Developing new multipurpose prevention technologies (MPTs) that provide simultaneous protection from unintended pregnancy, HIV, and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and possibly provide other health benefits. The Biomedical Research & Development portfolio includes applied research, pre-clinical studies, clinical trials, pre-introductory studies and post-marketing surveillance carried out by a range of Cooperating Agency partners.   The RTU Division maintains close working relationships with other United States Government Agencies involved in research & development (e.g., the Food and Drug Administration, the National Institutes of Health), United Nation Agencies (e.g., the World Health Organization) and private sector (e.g., the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and pharmaceutical industry partners).    Job Requirements The Biomedical Research Advisor serves as a USAID resource to provide technical leadership for up-to-date and authoritative information on reproductive biology and contraceptive technology as they relate to the R&D, introduction, provision and use of new and refined contraceptive technologies, of MPTs for prevention of unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV, and establishing goals and objectives for USAID- supported research in these areas. As a member of the RTU Division, the Advisor works collaboratively with colleagues in other technical offices in the GH bureau. 
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-3781
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
USAID is the U.S. Government’s lead agency for international development and humanitarian efforts.  The Agency’s global health priorities are to prevent child and maternal deaths, control the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and combat infectious diseases. These call for dedicated attention to ensuring that patients can obtain and use essential health commodities, including for FP/RH, when and where they need them.    As part of the PRH Office, the CSL Division is a world leader towards ensuring the long-term availability for clients of a wide range of high-quality contraceptives and FP/RH commodities through public and private channels.  The Division: (1) oversees the procurement and delivery of contraceptives and other commodities for health programs in low- and middle-income countries; (2) supports public and private entities in these countries to transform their health supply chains to be self-reliant and responsive to current and future needs; and (3) serves as a thought leader in the global public health supply chain community.  The Supply Chain Advisor will play critical roles in all three areas.   Job Requirements The Supply Chain Advisor will serve as a technical expert in supply chain management in the Commodity Security and Logistics Division (CSL) of the Office of Population and Reproductive Health (PRH) in the Bureau for Global Health (GH) of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).  The Advisor will provide technical leadership for USAID’s global supply chain for family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) commodities and for the Agency’s technical assistance to support high-performing, self-reliant health supply chains in low- and middle-income countries.  Work is performed primarily in USAID headquarters, while the Advisor is expected to make periodic trips to USAID-supported countries worldwide.   
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-3695
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The Office of HIV/AIDS, within USAID’s Bureau for Global Health (GH/OHA), has overarching responsibility for the full range of USAID's HIV/AIDS programs and serves as the Agency's lead office for implementing the interagency U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).  GH/OHA's primary functions are to provide strategic direction, technical leadership, and support to field programs, and to effectively manage headquarters programs devoted to controlling the global HIV/AIDS epidemic.  The Strategic Information, Evaluation, and Informatics Division’s Health Informatics (HI) Branch provides technical leadership to promote and implement a wide range of health information technology products, systems, tools and research for improved HIV/AIDS and health outcomes. The HI Branch also engages with PEPFAR’s Interagency Collaborative for Program Improvement (ICPI) to help define PEPFAR-wide systems and analytic strategies, including the routine collection and review of program performance data at the global, regional, national, subnational, and site levels.      Job Summary The Data Analyst will play a supporting role within the Health Informatics Branch (HI Branch) and provide technical assistance and managerial support to the HI Branch Chief and the SIEI Division Chief.  The incumbent will support information technology and analytic projects for the HI Branch to ensure alignment with OHA strategic objectives and initiatives; contribute to PEPFAR’s Interagency Collaborative for Program Improvement (ICPI) through participation in ICPI workstreams and engagement in routine and non-routine data analysis; lead the definition and review of stakeholder analytic requirements; and ensure plans and schedules are developed and followed throughout the life of the project.   The Data Analyst (Analyst) is an essential member of an OHA Branch and works on a day-to-day basis with the Division Chief or Branch Chief. The Analyst also provides strategic information analytic support to the team, performing a variety of both complex and routine technical duties.
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-3638
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is at the forefront of the U.S. Government (USG) response in the fight against HIV/AIDS.  USAID is a key partner in the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), and works closely with other USG agencies on this multi-billion dollar initiative in developing countries around the world.  The Office of HIV/AIDS (OHA) provides strategic direction, technical leadership, and support to field programs around HIV/AIDS.  OHA provides input to decisions concerning the strategic allocation of financial and human resources in the sector and assists in designing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating HIV/AIDS programs.   The Systems and Program Sustainability Division (GH/OHA/SPS) provides technical leadership and strategic direction on issues related to systems strengthening and financing of HIV/AIDS programs. Under the SPS Division, the Health Workforce Branch (GH/OHA/SPS/HWF) coordinates with relevant USAID offices and Mission teams in support of HRH interventions to achieve and sustain epidemic control.    Human Resource for Health (HRH) has been a key area of investment to advance scale-up of HIV programs across countries. PEPFAR has provided direct support to develop, capacitate and remunerate various clinical and community-based health worker cadres to expand delivery HIV services. Ensuring adequate number and skills of the health workforce are not the only elements for HRH success. Improving health worker engagement is integral to the adoption of greater data use, strategies and practices to advance the delivery of quality, client-centered HIV services. Building host-country capacity for greater performance management , use of data to optimize worker utilization, and engagement of the workforce is key for achieving and sustaining epidemic control.   Job Requirements The Health Workforce Engagement Advisor (Advisor) provides programmatic and technical support to Headquarters and field staff in order to guide country HRH planning and implementation required to advance epidemic control and to support service delivery requirements to sustain gains. The Advisor supports key components of PEPFAR and USAID health workforce priorities, including addressing worker performance and productivity barriers impacting delivery of quality, client-centered HIV care. The Advisor will support application of strategies to advance health worker performance management systems, health worker engagement in achieving quality improvement goals, and monitoring progress and outcomes. The Advisor will also support informing HRH requirements to both advance and sustain HIV epidemic control Key technical emphases include health worker performance management, health worker engagement, quality improvement and client-centered care. 
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-3633
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) is the US Government’s (USG) flagship global malaria initiative led by USAID and implemented together with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  The Initiative is results-based, focused, and exhibits a high level of financial and programmatic accountability. In 2015, PMI launched the next six-year strategy, setting forth a new bold vision, and an ambitious goal with specific objectives.  The PMI Strategy for 2015-2020 takes into account the progress over the past decade and the new challenges that have arisen, and reflects the U.S. Government’s commitment to work with PMI-supported countries and partners to further reduce malaria deaths and substantially decrease malaria morbidity working towards the long term vision of a world free of malaria.   The Bureau for Global Health (GH) serves as the Agency’s primary source of intellectual capital, technical leadership, and donor coordination for the health sector. GH is vested with the responsibility for advancing field-relevant, state-of-the-art research and the transfer of new technologies and approaches to field programs and in technically and programmatically supporting USAID Mission health program implementation in the field. The Office of Infectious Disease (ID) is one of GH’s eight offices. The Malaria Division is one of four divisions of the ID Office.  Leadership, management, and oversight of PMI are carried out from the Malaria Division under the leadership of the US Global Malaria Coordinator as are management of USAID’s malaria research investments (most notably vaccine, drug, and insecticide research programs) and USAID’s global partner engagement including WHO and RBM Partnership to End Malaria.   Job Requirements The Communications Advisor is an integral member of USAID’s PMI Team, working alongside PMI’s Strategic Communication Advisor and PMI reporting advisor, the other two full-time members of PMI’s communications sub-team. Key responsibilities include: providing communications technical expertise and contributing to the production of communications products, including drafting talking points, press releases, web and social media content, presentations, speeches, etc., to tell PMI’s story inside and outside the agency. Liaise with communications points of contact at PMI country missions and implementing partners to promote a coherent and coordinated PMI messaging strategy. S/he will exercise independent judgment in planning and carrying out tasks, in serving USG priorities at critical technical and policy forums, in resolving problems and conflicts, and in taking steps necessary to meet deadlines. The Communications Advisor will receive day to day guidance from the Malaria Division Chief.
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-3624
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The U.S. Government’s (USG) engagement to prevent and treat HIV/AIDS is a top priority worldwide. The USG response includes coordination among the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Department of Defense (DOD), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Peace Corps (PC), and other entities. This initiative is collectively known as the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). USAID has been at the forefront of the USG’s response to provide quality HIV/AIDS services to over one hundred countries to mitigate the health crisis that threatens the prosperity, stability and development of these nations.   The Bureau for Global Health’s Office of HIV/AIDS (GH/OHA) is the center of HIV/AIDS technical leadership for USAID and has primary responsibility for the Agency’s HIV/AIDS program. OHA provides strategic direction, technical leadership, and support to field programs in HIV/AIDS. It provides input to decisions concerning the strategic allocation of financial and human resources in the sector and assists in designing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating programs.   The Strategic Information, Evaluation, and Informatics Division (SIEI) within OHA, to which the Data Governance Advisor will be assigned, provides technical expertise to advance and support country-owned, sustainable strategic information systems and promotes data-driven program planning. The SIEI Division also has the primary responsibility of supporting USAID headquarters and its Missions to build capacity in managing and utilizing data to improve impact and accountability of HIV/AIDS programs.   Job Requirements The Data Governance Advisor will be a member of the Health Informatics Branch in the Strategic Information, Evaluation and Informatics (SIEI) Division in the Office of HIV/AIDS within USAID’s Bureau for Global Health.  Broad responsibilities will include providing technical leadership and performing work in support of data governance activities related to USAID’s systems that are used to support the operational management of its Global PEPFAR programs. Areas of focus will include but not limited to data usage rights, risk management, and standards, policies and procedures for ingestion, curation, sharing, and archiving.  S/he will also work closely with the technical teams at headquarters and field-based counterparts to provide technical assistance on issues pertaining to data governance.    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-3606
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The U.S. Government’s (USG) engagement to prevent and treat HIV/AIDS is a top priority worldwide. The USG response includes coordination among the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Department of Defense (DOD), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Peace Corps (PC), and other entities. This initiative is collectively known as the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). USAID has been at the forefront of the USG’s response to provide quality HIV/AIDS services to over one hundred countries to mitigate the health crisis that threatens the prosperity, stability and development of these nations.   The Bureau for Global Health’s Office of HIV/AIDS (GH/OHA) is the center of HIV/AIDS technical leadership for USAID and has primary responsibility for the Agency’s HIV/AIDS program. OHA provides strategic direction, technical leadership, and support to field programs in HIV/AIDS. It provides input to decisions concerning the strategic allocation of financial and human resources in the sector and assists in designing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating programs. The Strategic Information, Evaluation, and Informatics Division (SIEI) within OHA, to which the Senior Health Information Systems Advisor will be assigned, provides technical expertise to advance and support country-owned, sustainable strategic information systems and promotes data-driven program planning. The SIEI Division has primary responsibility of supporting USAID headquarters and its Missions to build capacity in managing and utilizing data systems to improve impact and accountability of HIV/AIDS programs.   Health information systems (HIS)/ Health Management Information Systems (HMIS) activities are a key component of PEPFAR Strategic Information (SI) programs. At the facility and community level, HIS assists health care workers in providing high quality and timely care. At the national, regional and Headquarters level, HIS assist public health managers in finding answers to key questions about the state of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, the delivery and process of prevention, care and treatment services, the effectiveness of these services, the capacity needed to improve programs, as well as to plan and report and reach goals impacting the epidemic.   Many countries lack robust health information systems and the related information and communications technology infrastructure (IT) needed to access and report high-quality data. Wherever possible, PEPFAR HIS activities build on existing data and information system standards and infrastructures in program countries. HIS activities target the design, development, implementation, operations, maintenance and evaluation information systems and technologies.   Job Requirements The Health Information Systems (HIS) Advisor will be a member of the Health Informatics Branch in the Strategic Information, Evaluation and Informatics (SIEI) Division in the Office of HIV/AIDS within USAID’s Bureau for Global Health.  Broad responsibilities will include providing technical guidance to USAID, interagency partners, Ministries of Health, and implementing partners in the design, development, improvement, and maintenance of information systems that strengthen health service quality, effectiveness, and efficiency. The HIS Advisor will work closely with and receive technical guidance from the Health Informatics Branch Chief as his/her USAID Point of Contact (POC).  
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-3523
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
The U.S. Government’s (USG) engagement to prevent and treat HIV/AIDS is a top priority worldwide. The USG response includes coordination among the US Agency for International Development (USAID), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Department of Defense (DOD), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Peace Corps (PC), and other entities. This initiative is collectively known as the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). USAID has been at the forefront of the USG’s response to provide quality HIV/AIDS services to over one hundred countries to mitigate the health crisis that threatens the prosperity, stability and development of these nations. The Bureau for Global Health’s Office of HIV/AIDS (OHA) is the center of HIV/AIDS technical leadership for USAID and has primary responsibility for the Agency’s HIV/AIDS program.  OHA provides strategic direction, technical leadership, and support to field programs in HIV and AIDS.  It provides input to decisions concerning the strategic allocation of financial and human resources in the sector and assists in designing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating programs.    The SIEI Division within OHA, to which Integrated Data Advisor will be assigned, provides technical expertise to advance and support country-owned, sustainable strategic information systems and promotes data-driven program planning. The SIEI Division has primary responsibility of supporting USAID headquarters and its Missions to build capacity in managing and utilizing data systems to improve impact and accountability of HIV/AIDS programs. The Expenditure Analysis (EA) Branch, in OHA/SIEI provides global technical expertise to advance the use of data for increasing transparency, efficiency and accountability across programs to achieve the greatest impact in the HIV/AIDS response. The branch supports USAID Headquarters, Missions and Inter-agency field teams by building capacity for data collection, analysis and application of economic and program data for strategic program planning, budgeting and management. The EA Branch conducts inter-agency and intra-agency analysis to understand program input indicators and assess the potential for increased efficiencies in program implementation.   Under the direction of the EA Branch Chief, the Data Analysis Advisor will advise on and promote the use of economic and financial data as strategic information to guide and inform data-driven USAID and PEPFAR strategies, policies, and programming.  S/he will be responsible for thought and technical leadership to headquarters and overseas Missions on the aforesaid subject matter.   Job Requirements The Integrated Data Advisor (Advisor) position is a critically important role within SIEI. The Advisor provides support to technical and managerial staff in advancing the EA Branch agenda by leading a variety of both complex and routine program and financial analysis related activities and advancing OHA s vision for the use of financial information for strategic decision-making.
Category
Global Health/Public Health
ID
2020-3386

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