RTI is seeking an Epidemiologist (based in South Africa - Regional position) to assist the CDC Influenza Division with implementation, monitoring, and oversight of influenza surveillance projects on the continent of Africa. Assist CDC South Africa and the National Institute of Communicable Diseases in Johannesburg with projects such as surveillance studies, outbreak investigation, animal-human interface activities. Must have: PhD and DVM with a Master’s level Epidemiology degree. 5+ years of experience in health or public health program management.
CAMRIS International is an international development and research firm that realizes innovative solutions to health and development challenges through high-quality, cost-effective program and research management services. With experience working in more than 80 countries, we combine our proven systems with today's most effective, evidence-based best practices to improve the lives of people around the world. We apply a customized, customer-centric, cost-effective business approach to offer greater value to our clients and challenge the way things have always been done in our field.
We are looking for a Communications Officer (Internal Communications) to support VSO's communications internally and with volunteers. This will include working with staff across VSO to shape and deliver VSO's overall internal communications strategy for internal audiences and volunteers. The successful candidate will work with the staff and leadership across VSO to deliver ad-hoc communications that meet the immediate and short-term needs of the organisation as it reacts, responds to and shapes events.
Skills, qualifications and experience
TYPE OF CONTRACT:
Regional Finance Administration unit, RBJ
DUTY STATION (City, Country):
Johannesburg, South Africa
Founded in 2002, by President William J. Clinton and Ira C. Magaziner, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, Inc. (“CHAI”) is a global health organization committed to saving lives, reducing the burden of disease and strengthening integrated health systems in the developing world.
Reporting to the Director, ICAP at Columbia University, the Country Director serves as the primary ICAP representative in-country and is responsible for the strategic leadership and direction of all of ICAP’s programs of research, technical assistance and training in-country. Responsible for managing all aspects of the country program, including all technical, programmatic and operational aspects, for ensuring optimal use of human, financial and physical resources and for full compliance with donor regulations and requirements and University policies.