World Health Day 2017: New Jobs in Global Maternal Newborn Health

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On World Health Day (and every day), the Maternal Health Task Force would like to thank all who work to improve maternal newborn health worldwide.

Interested in a position in reproductive, maternal, newborn, child or adolescent health? Every month, the Maternal Health Task Force rounds up job and internship postings from around the globe.

North America

Director of Communications | Advisor, Human Capital & Talent: Women Deliver; New York, NY *Priority deadline is 7 April 2017*

External Consultant to Lead Maternal Newborn Child Health Final Evaluation in Ghana: Catholic Relief Services; Baltimore, MD

Gender Analyst Consultant (Uganda): United States Agency for International Development; Baltimore, MD

Mary Jane Leader Evaluation and Learning Fellow for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights: CARE; Atlanta, GA

Policy Manager: Guttmacher Institute; Washington, D.C.

Senior Manager, Monitoring and Evaluation: Management Sciences for Health; Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Senior Maternal Health Advisor: Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP); Guatemala

Senior Medical Officer – the Demographic and Health Surveys Program: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Rockville, MD

Senior Research Data Manager – Performance Monitoring and Accountability 2020 (PMA2020): Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Baltimore, MD

Senior Research Program Coordinator – Women’s and Children’s Health Policy Center: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Baltimore, MD

Senior Technical Advisor, Gender Based Violence & Gender Integration: Population Services International; Washington, D.C.

Senior Technical Advisor – Sexual Reproductive Health & Rights – Bihar: CARE; Washington, D.C.

Technical Specialist Resource Mobilization – Maternal, Newborn and Child Health: CARE; Atlanta, GA

Is your organization hiring? Please contact us if you have maternal health job or internship opportunities that you would like included in our next job roundup.

Join the World Health Day conversation on global health and depression using #WorldHealthDay2017#WHD2017 and #LetsTalk. For more information and resources related to perinatal mental health, visit our topic page.