Archive for August, 2008

Program Officer, Southern Africa

We are seeking a Program Officer to lead International Women’s Health Coalition (IWHC)’s work in Southern Africa. The Program Officer, Southern Africa will take primary responsibility for shaping and implementing IWHC’s strategy in the sub-region, design a portfolio of grants to NGO partners in Southern Africa. Even more importantly, the Program Officer will provide them with strategic professional assistance and linkages as they seek to affect national and international policy and program development. S/he will draw on and coordinate with IWHC’s own Communications and International Policy expertise, as well as external resources.


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Health Educator and Case Management Interns – New Orleans

Selected Health educator interns will interpret and educate general public about lead poisoning and New Orleans Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program.
Case management interns will be more client facing. Interns must enjoy working with young children and their families. Interns will interact and disseminate program materials and agendas to the clients.

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Environmental Planning Intern – New Orleans

Assist in the development of the City’s lead remediation programs. Tasks may include creative and technical writing, layout/design of a pamphlet, environmental and regulatory research in preparation for drafting legislation, and field work in a pilot research garden.

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Quality Assurance Intern – New Orleans

This is an opportunity for dedicated, enthusiastic and talented health professionals to apply their public health skills though assisting the Mayor’s Office of Health Policy and AIDS Funding by quality assurance. Candidates selected will work with the quality manager in all aspects of quality assurance/improvement activities. This includes data entry, data analysis and report writing results from the medical chart review. Once completed, candidates will leave with real-life experiences working with a governmental entity, grassroots organizations, apply monitoring and evaluation theories, and have experience with policy change in HIV/AIDS services.

Continue Reading August 27, 2008 at 10:31 am Leave a comment

Chief of Party, Water and Sanitation

ARD, Inc. requests expressions of interest from highly qualified Chief of Party (COP) candidates for a USAID-funded project in Africa. The project involves supporting reforms of water and sanitation
utilities and regulatory authorities to improve and expand water and sanitation service delivery.

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AED Center for Health Communication

The Center for Health Communication plans and develops science-based national, regional and local social marketing and health communication programs, and provides program support to clients including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the National Institutes of Health, private associations and foundations. CHC staff members work on health issues and projects including obesity prevention, immunization, coordinated school health, media literacy and continuing education for health professionals. Under the direct supervision of the Senior Marketing and Communication Specialist, the Program Assistant’s responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, providing program, administrative, and financial support to staff in intensive and fast start-up communication projects.

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Data Manager/Analyst – Virginia Dept of Health

Responsible for data and database management for the HIV Incidence Surveillance and the Medical Monitoring Project (MMP) grants. Monitors data flow into respective databases and ensures that collected data are complete, current and valid. Maintains documentation of all respective databases and database management protocol. Recommends procedures to enhance data integrity and data collection. Designs procedures to analyze and evaluate data, produces data summaries and reports, and compiles statistics. Runs routine programs, troubleshoots performance problems, prepares and generates reports, monitors and resolves system issues, and updates/repairs code tables. Provides data management services including data quality checks. Conducts epidemiologic analyses of data to determine statistically significant trends involving HIV incidence estimates and risk outcomes.

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