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Employment Opportunities at I-TECH

I-TECH is a great place to work! Here are the current openings for positions both at headquarters (UW Seattle) and in I-TECH's country offices, as well as instructions for applying.

Be a part of I-TECH's future!

I-TECH is a great place to work! Click on links below for complete job descriptions and application instructions for positions in the US and abroad.

Consultant/Vendor RFP:  At the bottom of this page is an RFP for work needed in Haiti.


US Positions 

 

Director of Monitoring & Evaluation- IAETC

The Director of Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) works across country project teams in the International AIDS Education & Training Center (IAETC) grant to ensure adherence to best practices for rigorous program monitoring and evaluation. The IAETC, funded through a cooperative agrVisionGraphiceement by the US Health Resources and Services Administration, operates in 10 countries with an annual budget of over $20 million. This position provides day to day leadership and management to ensure that all IAETC projects are developing and implementing sound M&E plans and program evaluations and regularly reporting the results. The Director of M&E is responsible for ...

Location:  Seattle

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Application Instructions:  Complete a profile and eligibility assessment online. Priority consideration will be given to applications submitted by 1/16/2017.

  

Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor- South Africa

The Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor's key function is to develop and implement program assessments and evaluations. The position plays a central role in conducting formative assessments, monitoring, and outcome evaluations for improving program effectiveness through direct service and technical assistance. The Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor plays a lead role in developing evaluation plans, and assists with analyzing results and reporting key findings. The role assists with capacity building activities related to M&E for country office staff and ...

Location: Seattle

Application Deadline: Open Until filled

Application Instructions: Complete a profile and eligibility assessment online.  Priority consideration will be given to applications received by 12/28/2016. 

 

Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor - Botswana

The M&E Advisor will play an active role in the monitoring and evaluation of various I-TECH capacity development program activities. M&E Advisor will develop and monitor work plans and implementation tracking tools to ensure the completion of high quality work, on time and at or under budget. Lead the development, validation, and piloting of data collection tools, conduct qualitative and quantitative data analysis and write reports and manuscripts describing the progress and achievements of...
 

Location:  Seattle, WA 

 
Application Deadline:  Open filled
 
Application Instructions: Complete a profile and eligibility assessment online.  Priority consideration will be given to applications submitted by 12/16/16.
 

Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor- Zimbabwe

 

This M & E Advisor is working for the I-TECH Zimbabwe Treatment program, supported by PEPFAR funding under a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The I-TECH Zimbabwe treatment program conducts site support and quality improvement at approximately 240 health care facilities in 15 districts, and additionally deploys mobile health care workers, toward the goal of identifying, linking and retaining HIV positive patients on antiretroviral treatment. The Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor will advance publications and other program dissemination, conduct analyses of large population level data sets, and ...

Location: Seattle
 
Application Deadline: Open until filled
 

Application Instructions: Complete a profile and eligibility assessment online.  Priority consideration will be given to applications received by 12/21/2016. 

 
 


International Positions

Associate Director of Programs - South Africa

The Associate Director provides technical expertise and leadership to ensure deliverables are met. This position will be responsible for managing a comprehensive health portfolio that includes provision of technical assistance to strengthen the HIV/AIDS, care and treatment initiatives and management process for the National, Departments of Health; technical assistance in the management of HIV/AIDS care and treatment interventions and capacity building to help the departments of health develop sustainable programs that are country-owned and country-driven; and innovative approaches to integrate science and operational research with program implementation.

Location: Pretoria, South Africa

Position Duration: 1 April - 29 September 

Application Deadline: February 5, 2017

Application Instructions: Submit your resume to recruitment@itech-southafrica.org. The subject line of your email should include reference the position title.  Preference will be given to South African applicants.

 
 

Program Coordinator - South Africa

The Program Coordinator will be based at Bojanala Platinum District (North West) as part of the team supporting the implementation of peer navigation services to promote engagement in HIV care. He/she will be responsible for the planning, coordination and implementation of program activities in the North West Province (Bojanala District). The Program Coordinator will be responsible for supervision of peer navigators and will work with the Program Manager to be the primary liaison with the public health facilities supported by the peer navigation services.

Location: Bojanala Platinum District, North West Province, South Africa

Application Deadline: Open until filled; shortlisting starts on January 18, 2017

Application Instructions: Submit your resume to recruitment@itech-southafrica.org. The subject line of your email should include 'Program Coordinator.'  Preference will be given to South African applicants.

 

Program Assistant - South Africa

The Program Assistant will be based at Bojanala Platinum District (North West) as part of the team supporting the implementation apeer navigation program, promoting linkage and retention of PLHIV to HIV care. The Program Assistant will be responsible for supporting logistical and administrative duties essential to program implementation in the region.

Location: Bojanala Platinum District, North West Province, South Africa

Application Deadline: January 23, 2017

Application Instructions: Submit your resume to recruitment@itech-southafrica.org. The subject line of your email should include 'Program Assistant.'  Preference will be given to South African applicants.

 

Technical Advisor: Ward-Based Outreach Teams - South Africa

The Technical Advisor will lead the finalization and implementation of the operational plan of the national policy and strategy governing ward-based outreach teams (WBOT) program. The Advisor will work under the guidance of the National Department of Health's Primary Health Care Program. The primary responsibilities will be technical assistance in translation of policy to practice, promoting a cadre of community-based health care workers, and ensuring continuity of facility-community linkages.

Location: Pretoria, South Africa

Application Deadline: Open until filled; shortlisting begins on January 23, 2017

Application Instructions: Submit your resume to recruitment@itech-southafrica.org. The subject line of your email should include 'TA-WBOT.'  Preference will be given to South African applicants.

 

Technical Advisor: Pediatric HIV Treatment and Care- Malawi

The Pediatric HIV Care and Treatment Technical Advisor aims at working with Clinic Coordinator and the Clinical Technical Advisor to ensure the enhanced delivery of quality services to Lighthouse clients, and to take a lead in systemizing the services and developing the capacity building function with a focus on pediatric and adolescent HIV case finding, linkage to care, and initiation and retention on ART.  The TA serves as the clinical lead for Pediatric HIV at Lighthouse and ...

Location: Lilongwe, Malawi

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled

Application Instructions:   Complete a profile and eligibility assessment online.

 

Technical Advisor:  HIV Treatment and Care - Malawi

The Technical Advisor will work under the leadership of the Department of HIV and AIDS Director, and join a dedicated team of around 30 program staff. The primary purpose of the position is to strengthen the treatment, care and support component of the national HIV programs in the MOH in Malawi.  The TA will assist the Department for HIV and AIDS in the development and implementation of treatment, care and support services for HIV and AIDS aligned with the 90-90-90 framework and the 5-year National Strategic Plan (NSP) for HIV 2015-2020...  

Location:  Lilongwe, Malawi
Application Deadline:  Open Until Filled

Application Instructions:  Complete a profile and eligibility assessment online.

 

Technical Advisor: Monitoring & Evaluation Research - Malawi

The primary purpose of the Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Technical Advisor is to strengthen the capacity of the Lighthouse Trust clinic to consistently monitor and evaluate program implementation; conduct collaborative operations research and epidemiologic analyses that build on routine and non-routine data collection. The ability of the Lighthouse Trust clinic to lead such research will support clinical programs and the translation of pilot studies into evidence based practice for more than 30, 000 patients on long life antiretroviral therapy in active care. The Technical Advisor will work to systematically build the skills of Lighthouse staff to identify, design, implement and...

Location:  Lilongwe, Malawi

Application Deadline: Open until Filled

Application Instructions:   Complete a profile and eligibility assessment online .

 
 
COPC Implementation Support Manager - South Africa

The COPC Implementation Support Manager will support strategic direction and technical guidance on issues related to strengthening of systems, and will be responsible for management, coordination, activity planning, and linking with partners at the national, provincial, and district level. Community Oriented Primary Care (COPC) is a locally born and internationally established approach to primary health care. The COPC Implementation Support Manager will support implementation of... 

Location: Gert Sibande Districts (Mpumalanga)

Application Deadline: January 15, 2017. No late applications will be considered. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Application Instructions:  To apply quote the relevant Position Title and reference number mentioned above when submitting their applications via email to recruitment@itech-southafrica.org.

Preference will be given to South African applicants.

 

CONSULTANT OPPORTUNITIES


The University of Washington/International Training and Education Center for Health (UW/I-TECH) is soliciting proposals from potential vendors to provide services for the software development and implementation of the national health infrastructure in Haiti

This solicitation is open to those Consultants/Vendors that satisfy the minimum qualifications stated in the RFP and that are available for remote work to be deployed in Haiti. UW/I-TECH began working in Haiti in 2004 at the invitation of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Haitian Ministry of Health (known by its French acronym MSPP). The principal areas of expertise include clinical mentoring, pre-service and in-service training and health information systems. Since 2005, UW/I-TECH has provided technical assistance to the MSPP to build the electronic medical record (EMR), iSanté. Over the past ten years, iSanté has become the national EMR in Haiti. In 2014, stakeholders reviewed the system and evaluated how best to ensure its sustainability. CDC and UW/I-TECH agreed to rebuild iSanté on an OpenMRS platform branded as iSantéPlus. After strategic planning and design, software development began mid-2016. I-TECH determined the best way forward in regards to the iSanté consolidated server functionality was to design and develop a National Health Infrastructure (NHI) to facilitate the data exchange at the national level.  The NHI includes a master client index and fingerprinting system that supports unique patient identification, a shared health record that collects clinical encounters and laboratory orders for all patients in the country and a health management information system that supports national data aggregation, information management and reporting. The NHI will replace the current iSanté consolidated server and will implement reference technologies based on the work done by the Open Health Information Exchange (OpenHIE) community. The operational environment and proposed solution is documented in Attachment B to the RFP titled Functional Requirements of the National Health Infrastructure in Haiti.

Closing Date for Inquiries:  Friday, January 6, 2017

Due Date for Proposals:  Monday, January 16, 2017

Consultant Instructions:  Send Proposal to rfp@itech-haiti.org

 
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