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If you are interested in and skilled at using various forms of social media to increase the visibility of an organization or raise awareness for a cause–and also have a solid understanding of global sexual and reproductive health issues, you might want to take a look at this newly created job at EngenderHealth in New York City!
Excerpt from Job Description:

“…Working with the entire Communications and Marketing (C & M) Team, the Copywriter/Social Media Associate is responsible for conceptualizing and writing an array of communications and promotional materials, and growing EngenderHealth’s presence in the blogosphere and social media. The Copywriter/Social Media Associate is responsible for translating technical information into understandable and compelling language that will inform, appeal to and inspire multiple audiences (e.g., donors, professional audiences, media, and the general public). The Copywriter/Social Media Associate undertakes research to develop story ideas, and produces well-researched, lucid content for a variety of communications vehicles, such as brochures, newsletters, and online platforms.

The Copywriter/Social Media Associate will work closely with the Director and Manager of the Communications and Marketing Department to develop promotional and communication dissemination plans, and assist in the implementation of communications and marketing campaigns. The Copywriter/Social Media Associate will spend up to 40% of his/her time managing social media efforts to grow EngenderHealth’s online presence in this area. He/she will report directly to the Manager of Communications & Marketing…”

Learn more about the job and apply here.

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Immpact is looking for a researcher to conduct a scientific literature review of the quality of international maternal health care—and prepare proposals/implementation of formative research studies to improve quality of maternal health services in developing countries.

Immpact

Screenshot from Immpact website.

About Immpact and their current research activities

Immpact is a research unit at the University of Aberdeen with a focus on knowledge generation, knowledge management and knowledge transfer dedicated to reducing maternal and newborn mortality and morbidity in developing countries. This is a global research initiative whose aim is to promote better health and is closely linked with global efforts to meet the UN Millennium Development Goals for 2015, especially those related to maternal mortality reduction.

Immpact has recently been awarded funding by the Norwegian Government to conduct multiple research activities related to improving the quality of maternal care in developing countries, including systematic literature reviews, formative research and developing a large-scale international field trial testing package of quality of delivery care interventions including birth kits.    The current focus of the research project is India and a few selected African countries.

This initiative will contribute to the better conceptual understanding of quality of care available via maternal health services and will generate evidence on the means improving maternal care in the context of developing countries.

The study will improve the quality of delivery care and strengthen health systems, and thus impact upon maternal mortality. The key potential outputs will be:

  • Scientific literature reviews to describe status of quality of maternal care and to identify the effective health systems interventions in developing countries.
  • Prioritisation and pre-testing of promising targeted interventions through series of formative research activities
  • Robust evaluation of the quality of a delivery care intervention package in target developing countries”

Download the full job description here.

See the online posting here.

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Maternal Health Task Force (MHTF) at EngenderHealth

About the MHTF

The Maternal Health Task Force (MHTF) at EngenderHealth contributes to shaping collective efforts to improve maternal health worldwide. Supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and initiated in late 2008, the Task Force serves as a catalyst to address one of the most neglected areas in global health. Recognizing that real progress requires better coordination and increased global attention, the Maternal Health Task Force brings together existing maternal health expertise and engages new organizations to facilitate global coordination of maternal health programs around three thematic areas: Research and evidence, Programs and evaluation, and Advocacy and policy.

About the position

The Sr. Program Assistant’s responsibilities, include, but not are limited to, the following:

1)      Financial Tracking, Reporting, and Forecasting.

2)      Documentation Management.

3)      Technical meetings- Provide logistical and administrative support for the preparation of workshops and conferences. This includes coordinating mailing of invitations, materials, advising participants and staff of deadlines, coordinating with travel agent regarding flight arrangements for participants and processing expense claims.

4)      Consultants – Coordinate with Grants Management, HR, Facilities, and IS personnel to hire consultants. Provide consultants with copies of necessary resource materials to complete writing assignments. Ensure that consultants submit invoices in a timely manner. Review invoices, and prepare disbursement voucher.

5)      Processing, tracking and financial oversight of project sub-awards.

6)      Conference Planning- research, steering committee meeting support, application review, administrative and logistical support for preparation.

Click here to read the full description with requirements—and to apply.

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EngenderHealth

Job Description

“Maternal Health is one of EngenderHealth’s key Global Practice Areas. EngenderHealth Maternal Health programs include activities: essential obstetric care, management of abortion complications, management of pre-eclampsia and eclampsia, fistula care, and prevention of unplanned and unwanted pregnancies.

The Senior Technical Advisor for Maternal Health, under the supervision of the Global Practice Leader for Maternal Health, will be responsible for providing technical assistance to EngenderHealth’s global and country programs and projects and ensuring the medical quality of those programs. In addition, the Senior Technical Advisor will be responsible for updating clinical skills and knowledge of EngenderHealth staff in areas of maternal health, including quality assurance approaches and tools related to these areas.

The Senior Technical Advisor for Maternal Health will also work in close collaboration with the Global Practice teams for Family Planning, HIV/AIDS, Gender and MAP, and Youth and also with the Senior Technical Advisor for Quality Assurance, Integrations, Training and Learning, and Community Engagement to ensure that aspects related to these areas are integrated into the design of maternal health programs and projects.”

For more information including a description of the position responsibilities and requirements—and to apply, click here.

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