Chemonics seeks a chief of party for an anticipated USAID-funded health systems strengthening project in Haiti. Anticipated areas of focus include health financing, health policy, service delivery, and institutional capacity building. Based in Port-au-Prince, the chief of party will oversee all project activities, providing vision, leadership, and management to the project. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.
- Advanced degree in public health, health policy, management, or other relevant field required
- Minimum of 10 of years experience, including five years as a chief of party or senior program manager working in health development programs
- Knowledge of USAID policies, procedures, regulations, and reporting requirements
- Experience working in developing countries, particularly with ministries of health and other government agencies
- Experience in Haiti preferred
- Strong communications skills and proven ability to work collaboratively with host-country officials, donor organizations, and other key stakeholders
- Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity
- Written and spoken fluency in English and French required, Haitian Creole preferred
Send electronic submissions to Haiti.HSS@gmail.com
by December 31, 2012. Please include the name of the position in the subject line. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
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