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Thursday, May 21, 2015

Assistant Programme Master en Genre et Consolidation de la Paix, Femme Africa Solidarite, Dakar, Senegal

Assistant Programme Master en Genre et Consolidation de la Paix

Date limite: 21 mai 2015
Organisation: Femmes Africa Solidarité 
Le Centre PanAfricain pour le Genre, la Paix et le Développement PAC, est un Centre d’excellence de formation supérieure à vocation panafricaine proposant des formations hautement qualifiantes sur les questions de paix, de développement et la consolidation de la paix avec un accent particulier sur la perspective genre. Il a été créé en 2006 par Femmes Africa Solidarité (FAS), une organisation internationale des femmes ayant le statut consultatif de l’ECOSOCC à l’ONU et qui travaille sur l’autonomisation des femmes africaines à assumer un rôle primordial dans la consolidation de la paix et la résolution des conflits dans le but de capitaliser les acquis en matière de formation et pallier les insuffisances en terme de renforcement des capacités à l’échelle continentale sur le genre et la consolidation de la paix. En partenariat avec l’Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar UCAD et l’Université pour la Paix mandatée des Nations Unies, basée au Costa Rica UPEACE, le Centre a crée un Master PanAfricain bilingue à orientation professionnelle. Ce Master est abrité par la Faculté des Sciences Juridiques et Politiques de l’UCAD où se déroulent toutes les activités académiques sous le leadership du Directeur Scientifique du Master. Certains cours pourraient être délocalisés au siège du Centre Pan Africain. Il est également prévu des stages dans les ONG et autres structures socio-professionnelles.
L’administration du programme est assurée par Femmes Africa Solidarité (FAS) sous la supervision de l’Administratrice du Centre, secondée par le Chargé de Programme du Master qui sert de relai entre le programme et les bailleurs. Le Programme du Master cherche une personne dynamique capable de remplir la mission assignée pour un bon déroulement des activités académiques et administratives du Programme du Master.
RESPONSABILITE
L’Assistant Programme est placé sous la supervision du Directeur Scientifique du Master. Il/elle sert d’agent de liaison entre les services de scolarité de la Faculté des Sciences Juridiques et Politiques, la cohorte des auditeurs du Master et l’administration du programme. A ce titre, il est appelé à exécuter les tâches suivantes:
  • Appuyer le Directeur Scientifique sur les aspects pédagogiques du Programme ;
  • Procéder à l’inscription pédagogique des étudiants;
  • Contacter les enseignants programmés pour les cours;
  • Appuyer le Directeur Scientifique dans la programmation des cours, séminaires et conférences;
  • Assurer le bon déroulement des activités pédagogiques;
  • Etablir et suivre les créneaux de cours;
  • Assurer la présence des auditeurs aux cours;
  • Veiller à l’assiduité des auditeurs;
  • Appuyer le Directeur Scientifique dans l’organisation des examens et soutenances
  • Reproduire les supports pédagogiques destines aux auditeurs;
  • Appuyer l’organisation des réunions pédagogiques et faire les Procès-verbaux des réunions;
  • Assurer la liaison avec le Centre Pan Africain pour tout ce qui est lié à la logistique des cours, des réunions et séminaires. Il sera appelé à gérer les aspects sociaux comme l’hébergement et les activités extra-muros des auditeurs sous la supervision directe du Chargé de programme;
  • Gérer le cycle des évaluations et des notes sous l’autorité du directeur Scientifique.
- See more at: http://www.awid.org/get-involved/assistant-programme-master-en-genre-et-consolidation-de-la-paix#sthash.OAFSExhy.dpuf

Program Officer, Open Society Foundation, New York, USA

Program Officer

Deadline: 26 May 2015 
Location: New York, USA 
Organization: Open Society Foundation
The Open Society Public Health Program (PHP) advances a human rights approach to health, with an emphasis on social inclusion, transparency, accountability, and participation. We work to make justice systems more responsive to health, to challenge the health establishment to advance human rights, to shift power dynamics in health-related decision making, and to influence the funding environment for health and rights.

Job Profile

The program officer for grant-making operations will oversee a portfolio of operational and grant-making work dedicated to the use of grant making to advance health and human rights. This will include both: (i) guide the implementation of PHP’s grant-making policies and procedures as a member of PHP’s Central Division; as well as (ii) developing and managing a portfolio of PHP key grantee organizations and individuals advancing the field of health and human rights as a member of the PHP’s Global Financing and Support to the Field Division. The program officer will also act as PHP’s main point of contact with Open Society’s legal department. He/She will report to the director of learning and grant making. Work is carried out independently/under general supervision. Essential duties and responsibilities include the following:
  • act as PHP’s liaison with the Office of Grants Management and represent the program in relevant grant-related fora and discussions
  • alongside the director of learning and grant making, act as one of the two Public Health Program liaisons to the Grant Making Support Group, working with him/her to cultivate a culture of grant making at Open Society based on shared values and principles; building an environment that encourages, supports, and sustains good grant-making practice; and strengthening the knowledge, skills, and abilities of our grant makers
  • train new PHP staff on grant processes and workflow, and provide related ongoing support and refreshers (both individually and centrally)
  • supplement the Foundation Connect (grant-making software) training that new employees receive from Open Society, as needed, to ensure they are able to use the system well, and assist with trouble shooting for all employees
  • stay abreast of relevant grant-making policies and guidelines, and assist the Public Health Program team to understand, operationalize, and comply with grant-making related policies and processes
  • keep PHP grant-making guidelines and templates updated and in line with guidance provided by Grant Making Support Group and Grants Management
  • maintain the quality and consistency of PHP’s organizational eligibility recommendation processes (does not include providing substantive review of others’ organizational assessments)
  • together with the director of learning and grant making, act as a knowledge hub on questions and good practices pertaining to organizational eligibility and grants exceeding the threshold of one-third of an organization’s annual budget coming from Open Society
  • coordinate annual grant-making schedule and deadlines; organize monthly peer review meetings of grants exceeding designated funding threshold; work with PHP staff and Grants Management to ensure timely grant compliance review; as needed, work with the PHP director and deputy to monitor the review pipeline for grants and eligibility assessments; monitor and suggest improvements to the PHP grants pipeline
  • oversee the tracking of the program’s grant-making activity, including administrative follow up, management of data entry, and grantee reporting
  • maintain accurate records of all the program’s grant-making activities, as well as data on the program’s grant-making; produce and review reports of grant-making trends as needed
  • when needed, process grants on behalf of national and regional foundations (e.g., when requested by the Conflict of Interest committee)
  • develop and manage a portfolio of key grantee organizations and individuals advancing the field of health and human rights, including soliciting and evaluating proposals, preparing documentation, corresponding with grantees, conducting project site visits, and monitoring grants to ensure progress
  • identify and experiment with new ways of working with key grantees advancing the field, including ways in which PHP can support them more meaningfully ways, as well as further benefit from their intellectual capital
  • crystallize and build on good practices derived from these efforts for the benefits of other key PHP grantees advancing PHP fields; shape related learning session for the benefit of PHP’s staff
  • continuously scan the field of health and rights for potential new partnerships to advance the field as a whole, consistent with PHP strategy
  • analyze the architecture and governance of the health and rights field and make recommendations about Open Society’s role in helping to shape and positively influence the field as a whole
  • act as PHP’s main point of contact with the Legal Department to streamline exchanges and represent PHP in relevant legal-related fora and discussions
  • stay abreast of relevant network legal policies (e.g., consultant policy, lobbying, contracts versus grants, conflict of interest, U.S. sourcing) and assist the PHP team to understand, operationalize, and comply with policies and processes (including legal guidance pertaining to contracts & expense agreements, including templates)
  • keep abreast of legal training offered which would be beneficial to staff, attend and track PHP staff participation, and provide training suggestions when/if relevant
  • maintain PHP-specific resources pertaining to consultants’ contracts including TOR templates, standard agreements, standard rates, etc.
  • provide support to staff for questions pertaining to consultancy agreements, including Contract Online (contracts software), questions pertaining to the distinction between consultancy and grants, and conflicts of interest in relations to contracts

Qualifications

This exciting opportunity is for an experienced practitioner with substantial knowledge, expertise, and experience in grant making, either as a grant maker or grant manager, in the field of health and human rights.The successful candidate will have the following:
  • advanced degree or equivalent experience in a relevant area such as public health, economics, social work, or law
  • at least seven years of relevant experience, including at least five years of direct professional experience as a reflective grant maker or grant manager, ideally in a field related to health and human rights
  • experience in working collaboratively with CSOs/NGOs, including an understanding of civil society approaches to advocacy, campaigning, and organizing; understanding and appreciation of the grantee perspective
  • superior organizational and process management skills; ability to train and motivate others to follow complex processes; experience with translating internal policy into practice, simplifying processes for others and creating efficiencies; ability to discern which rules work well and which require improvement; ability to use institutional policies to programmatic advantage; patience and a sense of humor
  • superior internal communication and collaborative skills; ability to communicate and work collaboratively with colleagues outside line of formal authority
  • passion for grant making as a tool for social change; understanding of the need for administrative rigor as part of good grant making; perspective on the appropriate balance between substance and process operation in a large institution
  • knowledge of key actors in the fields of global health, health, and human rights, and in private philanthropy; grasp of the major trends in the health and rights field
  • track record of and disposition for representing complex issues in a compelling fashion to senior colleagues
  • understanding of cultural and contextual differences and ability to work effectively with a multicultural staff and colleagues/partners
  • demonstrated flexibility, ability, and willingness to work simultaneously on a wide range of tasks and projects
  • ability to exercise strategic judgement on multiple assignments at once; high level of organization, sensitivity to deadlines, and ability to work quickly; high level of self-motivation, action-orientation, and ability to work independently while managing up effectively
  • experience with knowledge management and data visualization preferable
  • excellent written and oral communication skills in English; fluency in another language of relevance to Open Society’s work a plus
  • willingness to travel
How to apply: Visit the Open Society Foundation's website to apply
- See more at: http://www.awid.org/get-involved/program-officer#sthash.1JvcQrRA.dpuf

Global Gender Network Manager, CARE USA, Atlanta Georgia USA

Global Gender Network Manager

Deadline: Not specified
Location: Atlanta, GA, USA
Organization: CARE USA
Are you a social entrepreneur with a passion for advancing gender equality globally?
CARE USA invites applicants for a new position of Global Gender Network Manager that harnesses the strengths and capacities of people with gender expertise from across the globe to better apply best practices from one location to another and to boost the impact and scale of gender-transformative programming. We seek creative, driven, and innovative candidates who have a commitment to gender justice.
CARE USA’s Global Gender Network Manager will launch, grow and manage a new internal consulting model and exchange practice by coordinating gender expertise to clients within and beyond CARE. S/he promotes a new model that builds a cadre of experts from across CARE, through networking, communicating and coordinating to deliver gender-specific consultation services on request and to foster and promote knowledge management of gender-related tools, resources and data. His/Her responsibilities are to:
  • Design and manage internal consulting business that builds on expertise within the organization, using entrepreneurial spirit and strong business acumen;
  • Develop and disseminate marketing materials and proactively reach out to prospective clients;
  • Establish roster of technical experts and ensure effective coordination;
  • Build systems for professional growth among cadre of CARE staff in roster;
  • Match demand for gender technical  services with technical expertise;
  • Monitor quality of exchange and technical services, track client satisfaction;
  • Oversee the creation and management of communications and knowledge management systems for both organizational learning as well as external communications;
  • Establish externally facing web site to showcase the business model and its offerings;
  • Develop relationships with donors, conduct fundraising efforts, write proposals, secure investments.                                    

Required experience:

  • 7-10 years of experience in international development
  • 5-7 years of experience in management
  • 5-7  years experience in fundraising, and/ or external relationship-building
  • Entrepreneurship experience, and knowledge of what it takes to build a new business.
  • Effective communications skills and ability to network, build relationships and establish collaboration with different partners and agencies;
  • Technical skills in gender integration, M&E, and/or skills as a facilitative adult-centered trainer
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work in teams;
  • Excellent supervision and feedback skills
  • Excellent marketing and communication skills including in oral presentation; web and written documents; particularly for a lay audience
This position is located in CARE USA’s Gender and Empowerment Unit.  Travel time is estimated at 20-30%.
How to apply: Please submit your application with CV at this website: http://www.care.org/careers
- See more at: http://www.awid.org/get-involved/global-gender-network-manager#sthash.xQFZrVdw.dpuf

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Project Coordinator Specialist, UN Women, Rabat Morocco

Project Coordinator Specialist

Deadline: 17 May 2015
Location: Rabat Morocco
Organization: UN Women
In partnership with the Swedish International Development Cooperation, UN Women has launched a regional programme; “Women for Women and Men for Women.” This three year regional programme,aims to respond to new challenges and opportunities in the region regarding gender equality and women’s empowerment. It seeks to understand the root causes of gender inequalities and to address them through an innovative bottom-up approach.
With the overall goal to enhance gender equality in the region, the programme intends more specifically to contribute to the following:
  • Understand the root causes of gender inequality in order to develop evidence-based advocacy and awareness-raising tools; including on masculinities and working with men and boys
  • Strengthen the capacities and networks of GEWE civil society organizations, with a particular focus on the sustainability of new and emerging movements;                                                                                          
  • Develop community-based solutions to promote gender equality based on innovative approaches and South-South exchanges
The regional project will be implemented in a number of countries, including Morocco, and a Project Coordinator in each programme country will be recruited to manage and oversee the respective project activities in the country. The Project Coordinator (PC) for the Morocco project will be based in Rabat. S/he will be responsible for implementation and achievement of results under the SIDA funded project. In particular, s/he is responsible for the monitoring and evaluation of the “women for women” portfolio, work-plans and budget, for preparing reports as required by donor and the Programme manager. The project coordinator will be required to support the in-country coordination of both the research and programmatic components, including review of research materials, guide partners, and coordinate the civil society capacity building and sub-granting component of the programme.
Read the full job announcement and apply online
- See more at: http://www.awid.org/get-involved/project-coordinator-specialist#sthash.5PU8AXWg.dpuf

Project and Communications Associate, Women's Environment and Development Organization, NYC, USA

Project and Communications Associate

Deadline: 15 May 2015
Location: New York, USA
Organization: Women’s Environment and Development Organization (WEDO)
Background
The Women’s Environment and Development Organization (WEDO) is a women’s global advocacy organization based in New York. Officially founded in 1991 in the run-up to the Earth Summit (UNCED, 1992,) WEDO, a champion for women’s rights, has built a reputation as a trailblazer in promoting human rights, gender equality and the integrity of the environment, notably in sustainable development.
WEDO’s mission is to empower women as decision makers to achieve economic, social and gender justice, a healthy, peaceful planet, and human rights for all. Through our programmatic work focusing on sustainable development and, in particular, climate change, women’s leadership and global governance, WEDO emphasizes women’s critical role in social, economic and political spheres.
Working in close collaboration with WEDO’s Advocacy and Communications Director, the Project and Communications Associate will support enhanced outreach and effectiveness of WEDO’s work through a strategically orchestrated use of multiple channels of communication, from traditional and online media to multi-stakeholder outreach and capacity building, to move and influence public policy through the promotion of WEDO’s work. Embedding into the culture of the organization, the Associate will also assist in the management and delivery of WEDO’s flagship programme, the Women Delegates Fund, ensuring the leadership and participation of women delegates, particularly from the Global South, in the lead up to COP21 and the development of a new climate agreement.
Key Responsibilities (including but not limited to):
Communications (60%)
  • Maintain an overall editorial calendar of communications;
  • Highlight strategic opportunities for media outreach via articles, press releases, editorials, etc.;
  • Write new content and regular updates for WEDO website, keeping the website content current, and keep the appearance of the site user-friendly, professional and attractive;
  • Organize press conferences for WEDO events and release of publications, and arranging press interviews and media appearances for WEDO Board members, Directors and staff;
  • Write articles and opinion pieces for the media, including op-ed pages and development and special interest publications, as well as pieces on WEDO’s programmatic work and action alerts;
  • Develop and sustain relationships with select media persons in the mainstream and alternative TV, radio and print media to inform them of and ensure visibility to WEDO’s activities;
  • Create tracking reports for digital communications and make adjustments based on key distribution outlets (i.e. e-mail marketing, social media, traditional web);
  • Manage transition to new WEDO website by August 2015;
  • Ensure consistent and strategic use of Twitter and Facebook for outreach via comprehensive and regularly updated strategies;
  • Drafting and dissemination of WEDO quarterly newsletters;
  • Monitor relevant news and information on the organization and our areas of work including: climate change, sustainable development, UN activities, women’s rights;
  • Support the development of staff handbook on use of website and social media;
  • Assist with creating and updating all printed materials, including the development of a new WEDO work brochure, and a 2015 Annual Report;
  • Support the development of fundraising strategies and support WEDO Directors in maintaining donor database as necessary.
Project Management (40%)
  • Facilitate the Women Delegates Fund;
  • Track and share relevant news on gender and climate change, and related topics, keeping up to date on UNFCCC developments;
  • Monitoring UNFCCC deadlines for, inter alia, delegation or side event submissions
  • Liaise with National Focal Points (to UNFCCC) to select women delegates to participate in WDF;
  • Design and implement a monitoring and evaluation system for both the WDF participants and their Focal Points;
  • Coordinate all logistics for WDF participants (flights, visas, per diem, travel insurance);
  • Liaise with Advocacy and Communications Director and GGCA Special Advisor on strategy points for the WDF, as well as capacity building needs;
  • Design and implement capacity building components to strengthen the WDF (e.g. daily check-in meetings, strategy workshops, trainings on UN negotiations, in-depth thematic seminars);
  • Liaise with and support the climate change advocacy team;
  • Manage WDF budget, keeping track of all receipts and projections for future meetings;
  • Report on WDF activities after each meeting, as well as comprehensively at year’s end;
  • Support other program activities, as needed.
You are a fit for this position if:
  • You are enthusiastic and committed to WEDO’s mission and goals;
  • You are a dynamic and self-directed person eager to support project management, research, and advocacy on climate change, sustainable development and women’s rights;
  • You have a Masters degree in a field relevant to the position or at least three years working experience;
  • You have an open, dynamic, and entrepreneurial work ethic;
  • You possess excellent research, writing, and oral communication skills;
  • You are passionate about creating social movements with new media;
  • You have an established presence/experience in several of the following social spaces: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Pinterest;
  • You have experience in project management, including budget management, monitoring and reporting;
  • You enjoy logistical tasks (i.e. travel support and event planning) and are a wiz at spreadsheets;
  • You have some experience and/or familiarity with international climate policy and the structure of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC);
  • You have a sense of humor, an ability to work well in a small team setting, and a desire to work in an informal environment;
  • You are willing and able to travel internationally as needed;
  • You have excellent verbal & written communication skills in English (and preferably another UN language);
  • You are a critically thinking/ fun/ positive individual.
To Apply: Priority deadline, Tuesday, May 12th. 
Please click here to complete an application with your cover letter and resume, by 15 May 2015. Applications are requested as soon as possible, and interviews will be scheduled on a rolling basis.
WEDO is an equal opportunity employer and encourages, promotes and supports diversity in all aspects of its work.
We appreciate all who apply but based on the expected interest and limited capacity, only candidates chosen for interviews will be contacted. Please, no telephone inquiries.
- See more at: http://www.awid.org/get-involved/project-and-communications-associate#sthash.59OhIEdu.dpuf

Photographer, UN Women Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok

Photographer

Deadline: 15 May 2015
Location: Bangkok, outside Bangkok and overseas
Organization: UN Women Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific 
UN Women Regional Office for Asia and the Pacifc invites quotes from qualified individuals for photographic documentation from 01 May 2015 – 30 April 2016 and Communications Units will support ROAP on communications and dissemination of ongoing campaigns and programmes through traditional media, website, social media, events and materialsm as needed.
Scope of work and specific tasks
The consultant will work with UN Women Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (ROAP), including the Regional Programme staff and Communications focal points to develop a photo bank of images on regional Flicker account and the UN Women Digital Assets Management System (DAMS). The main activities of the consultancy will include special events at the regional level as well as some key targeted events at the international and country levels. These include high-level visits of senior officers at the Under-Secretary-General, AssistantSecretary-General, Executive Board, Member State representatives, or ministerial levels. Furthermore, UN Women ROAP seeks to document its regional and country programme priorities. In this regard, the consultant will work with UN Women, when required, to visit projects and provide professional photographic coverage of different UN Women-related activities in digital format. The consultant will work closely with UN Women to perform the following tasks: 
  • To provide digital colour photographic coverage for UN Women ROAP promotional materials, website, publications, social media platforms and campaigns during the contract duration; 
  • The photos should be of high quality and resolution so that they can be used for various purposes including on large posters;
  • Large image files must be compressed to transmit efficiently. Digital originals, images should be shot at the highest possible resolution that the camera permits. 
Read the complete job call including information on how to apply
- See more at: http://www.awid.org/get-involved/photographer#sthash.2gNHBCyv.dpuf

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Call for application - Feminist Doctors as a Maternal & Child Health Assessment Consultant in Nepal and India

Maternal & Child Health Assessment Consultant
USAID Funded Health Project for Tibetan Communities in South Asia
Location: Nepal, Delhi, HP, India


JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: 


The Tibet Fund is currently recruiting a consultant/organization to design and conduct a diagnostic study of the maternal & child health status of Tibetan health system in India and Nepal, under the USAID funded Tibetan Health System Capacity Strengthening Project. The project, consultant responsibilities, and desired qualifications are described below.


GENERAL: 


The Tibet Fund, headquartered in New York with a field office in India, is a nonprofit organization that works to preserve the cultural and national identity of the Tibetan people through projects supporting education, health, economic self-sufficiency, religious and cultural preservation, and community development.


APPLICATIONS: 

Applicants should send current resume including professional reference contacts and cover letter by email, referencing “MCH Assessment Consultant Application” in the subject line, to the following address: tibetfundjobs@gmail.com .

POSITION DESCRIPTION
BASE LOCATION: New Delhi, or other location in India, with travel to other parts of India and Nepal
COMPENSATION: 
The Tibet Fund offers competitive consulting rates commensurate with qualifications and experience.


DURATION: 
The Tibet Fund is seeking an experienced consultant with expertise public health with specific focus on maternal & child health programs and assessments to design and implement the planned diagnostic study over a period of up to four months in 2015. 


POSITION SUMMARY: 
The goal of the Tibetan Health System Capacity Strengthening Project (THSC) is to achieve universal health coverage (UHC) for Tibetan communities in South Asia that helps contribute to USAID’s Global Health Mega Goals of ending preventable child and maternal deaths by 2035 and creating TB free communities by 2030. To accomplish this the project will strengthen institutional capacity of the Central Tibetan Administration Department of Health (CTA DOH) to design and implement health financing schemes that are cost-effective, sustainable, and expand access to preventive, primary, maternal and child, and TB care; and to develop a robust Health Information System that promotes financially and socially prudent investments in CTA DOH health programs.

The Tibetan health system currently serves a population of approximately 107,000 Tibetans in South Asia through a network of 38 clinics, 5 primary health centers, and 7 hospitals that provide primary and preventive health services, safe delivery services, and TB care. The system is administered by the CTA DOH and employs 174 frontline health workers, nurses, and doctors and 68 professional health and administrative staff.
The MCH Assessment Consultant will design and implement a diagnostic study of the CTA DOH maternal & child health services, outreach services offered status of pre & post natal care, institutional deliveries, immunization and adolescent health. The consultant will develop a detailed status report, based on the assessment, along with recommendations to strengthen MCH services for the target community. The consultant will work closely with the THSC health systems specialist, CTA DOH staff, and the THSC project director.
Concurrent studies and baseline assessments are planned in the areas of TB care; health information systems; behavior change communications; health financing and health workforce capacity. The activities will kick off all together to arrive with final reports and recommendations so that a comprehensive health care approach may be designed.

Main Responsibilities
• Design and implement a diagnostic study of the CTA DOH reproductive maternal neonatal child health and adolescent health services
• Organise field visits on select facilities of Tibetan community to interact with the service providers and target community
• Conduct discussions, meetings and personal interviews with the users to collect information on the status of services, need and demand
• Analyze study findings and develop recommendations 
• Design comprehensive plan for RMNCH+A services on the basis of gaps analysed and people’s need to integrate with existing system of service delivery and linking it with other programs such as TB eradication, emergency health financing and other disease control activities.
• Create a road map and three-year action plan to implement recommendations
• Conduct a workshop for CTA DOH to present findings and recommendations, improved RMNCH+A activities, road map and action plan.


QUALIFICATIONS
Education:
• MBBS or MPH from recognized institution with experience of public health delivery programs or assessments.


Skills and Experience: 
• Prior experience of working on reproductive & maternal health programs in India. Experience of 8-10 years in designing and assessing MCH interventions for rural and urban communities
• Skilled in analyzing assessment findings, developing recommendations, and leading workshops 
• Strong command of English and Hindi; strong English report writing and presentation skills 
• Strong interpersonal communication and organization skills

The Tibet Fund thanks all applicants in advance for their interest in this position. Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

Job Email id:tibetfundjobs@gmail.com