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Policy and Research Analyst
CHANGE is now hiring a policy and research analyst
The Policy and Research Analyst contributes in a critical way to the intellectual capital of the Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE). This position involves ongoing in-depth analysis of new data, the substantive details of international policies and programs supported by the U.S. government within and across the areas of HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, maternal health, and gender-based violence, and the regular tracking of the funding flows within and across each area at the international level and at the country level. CHANGE does not accept funding from the U.S. government; we track policies and funding streams for the purposes of analysis, monitoring, and accountability.
Vice President of Operations
CHANGE is now hiring a Vice President of Operations.
Under the direction of the President, the Vice President of Operations plays a key role directing CHANGE’s administrative, operational and programmatic areas that enable the organization to advance its mission. The Vice President of Operations assists the president and leads staff to attain measurable results for the organization and is responsible for overall program management, administration and human resources, finances and board development. The position will oversee the organization’s budget of $1.4 million, will supervise the office manager and will be a member of the management team. Substantive knowledge and/or expertise in global health, women’s rights and sexual and reproductive health and rights are highly desired. The Vice President of Operations reports directly to the President.
CHANGE is now hiring for a Communications Intern for Summer 2015.
The Communications Intern position will provide the right individual with an opportunity to gain significant hands-on experience in communications and website development, social media monitoring and application, traditional media tracking and engagement, grassroots outreach, and administrative support. The Communications Intern will gain unique insight into the strategic communications planning necessary for a small organization to effect positive political change, as well as develop a critical understanding of how the policies of the United States and other donor governments and agencies affect the health and lives of women and girls worldwide.
To apply: Please review the position description and submit a cover letter including a summary of relevant past experience, qualifications and interest in this position, and current resume, to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 1, 2015.