Master's degree (or foreign equivalent) in public health, international development, or related field and successful completion of college-level coursework in analysis of health statistics.
Also requires three (3) years of related professional experience managing developing country and international programs, which must include:
1. working with STATA software;
2. grant writing, program monitoring and evaluation, and contract and financial management;
3. working with government health systems in developing countries, in implementing donor-sponsored maternal and reproductive health programs and projects; and,
4. running and analyzing demographic statistics.
All experience may be concurrent. Experience may have been gained before, during, or after qualifying degree.
Position requires international travel (up to approximately 40% of time) to places such as South and Southeast Asia as well as Central Africa, and other destinations to provide technical assistance as needed to advance the initiative.
Must be proficient in Hindi, French, and English.