High-Impact Roles in the Rwanda Health Equity Movement – Global Health Corps Rwanda

Organization
Global Health Corps
Deadline for Applications
02/02/2016
Contact Information
applyinfo@ghcorps.org

Rwanda, “the land of a thousand hills,” has emerged in the last several decades as a bright beacon and development powerhouse on the African continent. Progress has been marked by an uptick in economic development, impressive gender equity countrywide, and His Excellency President Paul Kagame’s Vision 2020 to transform the country into a middle-income economy within five years. Global Health Corps has worked in Rwanda since 2009, proudly partnering with government agencies and local organizations on the frontlines of the health equity movement to address a wide range of issues.

It’s a dynamic and exciting time to be part of the health equity movement in Rwanda and Global Health Corps (GHC) seeking diverse young leaders and visionaries to step up. We are currently recruiting for our 2016-2017 class of fellows with a range of high impact roles in Rwanda, including:

R01-USA, Communications Officer, African Evangelistic Enterprise
R02-USA, Learning and Communications Officer, CARE International
R03-USA, Health Financing Analyst, Clinton Health Access Initiative
R05-USA, Development and Communications Officer, Health Builders
R06-USA, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, Health Builders
R07-USA, Resource Mobilization Officer, Health Development and Performance
R08-USA, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research Officer, Health Development Initiative
R09-USA, Communications Officer, Health Poverty Action
R10-USA, Design Associate, MASS Design Group
R11-USA, Social Cluster Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, Ministry of Health – Rwanda
R12-USA, M&E and Quality Improvement Officer, Partners in Health/Inshuti Mu Buzima
R13-USA, Supply Chain and Procurement Officer, Partners in Health/Inshuti Mu Buzima
R14-USA, HIV Research Program Officer, Rwanda Zambia HIV Research Group
R15-USA, Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator, The Ihangane Project
R16-USA, Global Health Curriculum Development Officer, University of Global Health Equity

To see the full list of fellowship postings go to:

http://ghcorps.org/fellows/apply-to-be-a-fellow/fellowship-position/

Global Health Corps (GHC) is a leadership development organization focused on building the next generation of diverse, disruptive global health leaders. Founded in 2009, we competitively recruit talented professionals (ages 21-30) from a range of sectors and backgrounds and place them in high-impact roles within partner organizations — including Clinton Health Access Initiative, Partners in Health, Planned Parenthood Global, and Government Ministries in Zambia, Rwanda, and Uganda —  working on the front lines of health equity in Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, the US, and Zambia. More on the growing movement for health equity here.

GHC is seeking fellows from a wide range of backgrounds, geographies, and expertise. Through a one-year paid fellowship program, fellows provide the expertise and leadership potential needed to fill capacity gaps in global health. Applications are open until February 2, 2016. Jobs for the 2016-2017 fellowship year run from June 2016 to July 2017.

Fellows receive the following benefits:

Monthly living stipend
Housing
Utilities stipend
Health insurance
A professional development grant of $600
A completion award of $1500
Access to a roster of professional advisors that fellows can connect with for support on their fellowship work and graduate school or career advising
Five multi-day trainings and retreats throughout the year, including a two-week Training Institute at Yale University in the United states to launch the fellowship, and a five-day End of Year retreat in East Africa to close out the fellowship
Travel to and from placement site and all trainings and retreats
Professional development and personal support from a dedicated in-country program
Personal development and accompaniment program led by Still Harbor
Travel to and from placement site, all trainings, and retreats
Professional development and personal support from a dedicated in-country program
Personal development and accompaniment program led by Still Harbor

Additional Information

Apply at http://ghcorps.org/fellows/apply-to-be-a-fellow/