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Exciting Opportunities to Work in Maternal Health: Internships, Full-time Jobs

Over the past couple of weeks, our team has noticed a number of exciting opportunities posted on the web to work on projects relating to maternal health around the world—ranging from internships to full time positions. See below for a number of opportunities in the US, Bangladesh, and Zambia!

Project Manager, USA, Ibis Reproductive Health

Ibis Reproductive Health is looking for a Project Manager to be based in their Oakland office to manage research projects and participate in various activities in the US and internationally. The projects may include research on abortion in Latin America and sub-Saharan Africa, and access to reproductive health care among low-income women in the US. The Project Manager’s work will also include developing study instruments, managing IRB approval, coordinating fieldwork, and various other tasks.
Click here for more details.

Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Specialist, Bangladesh, IntraHealth

IntraHealth International, Inc. is looking for a Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Specialist for an upcoming health services delivery project in Bangladesh. The role of the MNCH Specialist will be to provide expert medical and clinical input regarding MNCH and to provide strategic input to support NGO providers in order to improve access and quality of MNCH services.
Click here for more details.

Condomize Intern, USA, The Condom Project

The Condom Project is looking for an Intern to work closely with The Condom Project’s Director of Global Operations and assist her in managing the CONDOMIZE online social community, as well as complete additional tasks at the Condom Project office in New York, NY.  The CONDOMIZE Campaign is an initiative of The United Nations Population Fund, in partnership with The Condom Project and The Condom Interagency Task Team.
Click here for more information.

Copperbelt Program Manager, Zambia, Safe Motherhood Program, UCSF

The Safe Motherhood Program at the University of California in San Francisco is looking for a Program Manager for a Cluster Randomized Clinical Trial (CRCT) for the Non-pneumatic Anti Shock Garment (NASG) in the Copperbelt province of Zambia. The study is exploring the life saving capacity of the NASG for women experiencing obstetric hemorrhage. The Program Manager will provide research, administrative and logistical support to the local study site coordinators. They will also be responsible for clinical trial coordination as well as mentoring and supervising student interns.
Click here for more details.

Maternal Health Technical Specialist, USA,  Health Policy Project, White Ribbon Alliance

The White Ribbon Alliance is looking for a Maternal Health Technical Specialist to serve as the Maternal Health lead and provide overall technical direction in safe motherhood to the USAID supported Health Policy Project led by Futures Group. The role includes project management, technical input and support to the various programs under this project as well as participation on Health Policy Project committees and working groups.
Click here fore more details.

Be sure to check out the internship opportunities with the Safe Motherhood Program at UCSF that we posted last week!

If you are interested in spreading the word about an opportunity to work in maternal health with your organization, let us know. Email Kate Mitchell at kmitchel@hsph.harvard.edu.

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