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Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI)

Communications and Research Analyst

Req Number: 42900BR

The Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI) seeks to hire a Communications and Research Analyst to lead all communications efforts and track progress towards elimination in 35 countries. The MEI Communications and Research Analyst will be in charge of synthesizing and analyzing all available information on progress, gaps and challenges in the 35 malaria-eliminating countries, and will create concise and easy-to-read briefings, presentations, and/or other related documents that serve to inform and educate broad audiences. The candidate will act as the MEI’s central repository for evidence on malaria elimination, and will thus act as an internal resource for the group. He/she will also lead various high-profile communications activities aimed at effectively communicating new evidence, policy changes and best practices for successfully achieving elimination, and more broadly advocating for and raising awareness of the MEI’s work.

The MEI Communications and Research Analyst must have experience in leading and managing a communications effort for an academic or mission-driven organization, be an excellent writer, have an ability to translate complex or technical information into messages that can be digested by a lay audience, be versed in social media, and have a strong ability to multi-task and work with a diverse range of people. The Analyst must be extremely detail oriented, organized, flexible, a team player, have excellent time-management skills, and able to adjust to new projects and priorities as they arise.

Please note: This is a full time, fully grant-funded position through December 31, 2016 starting from the date of hire with possibility of extension based on performance and receipt of funding, reporting to the MEI Advocacy and Communications Manager.

Private Sector Healthcare Initiative (PSHi)

None at this time

Evidence to Policy Initiative (E2Pi)

E2Pi Program Analyst

Req Number: 42447BR

The E2Pi seeks a Program Analyst to support the Secretariat of the Lancet Commission on Investing in Health on a fast-paced, high-impact body of work to inform global health policies and investments in order to achieve dramatic gains in global health by 2035. To achieve the aims of this project, the E2Pi Program Analyst will provide complex programmatic, communications, and administrative support, including: 1) managing the team’s communications strategy online, including blog posts and Twitter, as well as preparing graphics for presentations and reports; 2) coordinating meetings for the project team, including agenda setting and note taking; 3) managing travel arrangements and expense reimbursements for the project team and external partners; and 4) providing logistical support for international speaking events and conferences. The Program Analyst must have excellent time management and problem solving skills, strong attention to detail, and the ability to adjust quickly to new priorities as they arise. This is a full-time, contract position through December 31, 2015, reporting to E2Pi's two Policy Program Managers.

Global Health Group Finance & Operations Team

GHG Financial Analyst (two positions)

Req 42130BR

The Global Health Group seeks to expand its finance and operations team with two full-time Financial Analyst to provide robust pre- and post- award support to the Group’s growing operations. The GHG Financial Analyst will work closely with the GHG Finance Manager to support timely financial management of the activities of the Global Health Group and its initiatives. Responsibilities include accounting and financial monitoring of assigned projects (including reconciling general ledgers, rent and recharges); developing and regularly updating financial projections to support decision making and grant reporting; reviewing and processing vendor contracts, invoices and payments; and taking action to implement next steps to adjust or correct transactions (including updating payroll distributions, processing recharges, and supporting project closeout). The Financial Analyst will contribute to pre-award grant proposal development, and will monitor grant and contract reporting requirements to ensure timely reporting and/or invoicing.

The Global Health Group is a complex, fast-moving, policy-oriented research enterprise. Compelling candidates will be team players with strong budgeting and financial analysis skills, excellent time management and problem solving skills, and willingness and ability to be flexible and adjust to new projects and priorities as they arise. The Financial Analyst is reporting to the Global Health Group Finance Manager.