Business Development Manager
Summary: An exciting opportunity has arisen for someone to manage, develop and oversee all PSA strategic business units (research, training and consultancy).
Location: Oxford, UK.
Reporting to: CEO
Line Management: Training Product Manager, Research Specialist and Consultancy Specialists
Salary/Grade: £28,000 to £32,000 depending on qualifications and experience. Pension contribution (opt in) of 5% to PSA’s pension scheme.
Full/part time: Full time (37.5 hours a week).
The full job description can be found here:
If you wish to apply for this position please submit a cover letter of no more than 500 words, explaining why you are the best candidate, a completed Application Form (or up-to-date CV) and the optional Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: 15th April 2016, 09:30 am UK time. Candidates will be shortlisted by the end of April for interview in early May.
PSA strives to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all backgrounds. Applications from professionals in the global south are actively encouraged but you must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
Centre for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia (CIDRZ) is an independent, local, non-governmental health organisation established in Zambia in 2001. Our experts utilise innovative and collaborative approaches to develop research, health services and training initiatives with measurable results in the following focus areas:
- HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care, and Treatment
- Tuberculosis Prevention and Control
- Women’s Health
- Newborn and Child Health
- Community Outreach
- Health System Strengthening/Primary Care
CIDRZ HealthCorps targets public health, medical, nursing and management graduates who are passionate about global health and wish to gain international exposure. Master’s degree preparation preferred, however graduates with a Bachelor’s degree and substantial experience are welcome to apply. Previous international work experience is highly regarded, but not required.
This fellowship provides valuable field experience for future public health leaders in the setting of a vibrant non-governmental health research organisation in Zambia.
Fellowship areas offered are:
•Health program implementation
•Implementation science and clinical trials research
•Data management and statistical analysis
10-12 months placement with a Lusaka-based mandatory orientation the first week of August 2016; fellowship activities start soon thereafter.
Modest monthly bursary to cover basic living expenses, local medical services membership, and emergency evacuation insurance.
Click here for online application form.
Completed applications must be received by: March 21, 2016
The IRC provides opportunities for refugees to thrive in America. In Los Angeles and many other regional offices across the country, the IRC helps them rebuild their lives and achieve self-sufficiency. To accomplish this, IRC-LA relies heavily on efforts by our interns and volunteers.
Interns are asked to work at least 10-15 hours per week, Monday through Friday, for a minimum of 3-4 months. Preference is given to those who can contribute more hours.
To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Rameena Rahman, Volunteer Coordinator: Rameena.Rahman@rescue.org
The Journalism intern will support The IRC in Los Angeles by writing articles that reflect the lives of refugees and their communities. The ideal candidate possesses well-developed writing and reporting skills, is organized, and pays particular attention to detail. Learn more.
Economic Empowerment Intern
The Economic Empowerment Intern will support the Early Employment team. The Economic Empowerment intern will assist the AmeriCorps Economic Empowerment Associate through client vocational skills development and job placement. Learn more.
Reception and Placement Intern
The Casework Team provides initial services to orient refugees to life in the U.S., including (but not limited to) securing housing, addressing medical concerns, registering children in school, applying for Social Security and California ID cards, and linking refugees to our internal and mainstream services. Case workers also offer counseling in home-budgeting, crisis intervention, family counseling, and other areas of social adjustment. Learn more.
Immigration Program Intern
The Immigration intern will help provide services to clients seeking various forms of immigration assistance. The intern will learn about and gain experience in the naturalization process; how to file various citizenship and naturalization forms, as well as forms for immigration benefits. The intern will also assist with community outreach and grant reporting. Learn more.
ASPPH | ASPPH/CDC Allan Rosenfield Global Health Fellowship Program – Deadline Extended to February 1
ASPPH is extending both the online and hard copy deadlines for the ASPPH/CDC Allan Rosenfield Global Health Fellowship Program due to the delays applicants are experiencing related to Winter Storm Jonas.
The deadline to submit the online application is extended to Monday, February 1 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern.
The deadline for ASPPH to receive all hard copy materials is extended to Tuesday, February 2 at 5:00 p.m. Eastern (hard copy materials must be received by this time, not postmarked by this time.)
Questions may be directed via email to ASPPH Graduate Training Programs at email@example.com.
This year, hundreds of thousands of people crossed the Mediterranean and Europe’s eastern borders seeking refuge. But while global attention was fixed on the boats struggling through the waves, or huddled behind barbed-wire borders, little thought has been given to what happens next. Europe will soon find itself facing the dilemma of how to manage its newest residents – a challenge that Morocco has already faced.
This podcast from Harvard’s Advanced Training Program on Humanitarian Action features interviews with a variety of experts and refugees.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2016 Pardee Graduate Summer Fellows Program, which offers graduate students from across Boston University an opportunity for intensive interdisciplinary research and writing on topics aligned with the broad research interests of BU’s Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future.
The Pardee Center conducts interdisciplinary, policy relevant and future-oriented research that can contribute to long-term improvements in the human condition. The Center is especially interested in rigorous analysis relating to longer-range human development. We especially encourage proposals for research that has the potential to identify actions that can be taken today to make our collective global tomorrow better. More details are available in the research section of the website.
The 10-week fellowship (May 31 – August 5, 2016) includes a financial stipend of $6,000, structured interaction with Pardee Center affiliated faculty and research fellows, and a collegial atmosphere that fosters peer support and intellectual growth. Summer Fellows occupy workspace provided at the Pardee House while they conduct independent research, and produce a substantive research paper that may be considered for publication by the Pardee Center. Fellows are expected to work at the Pardee House each Monday through Friday for the duration of the Fellowship and to participate fully in Pardee Center activities and all Summer Fellows’ events.
The Graduate Summer Fellowships are open to all Boston University graduate students. First-year master’s and early to mid-stage doctoral students, including ABDs, are especially encouraged to apply. (Students completing degrees in May 2016 are not eligible.) Research proposals that link positively to the student’s own and/or BU faculty’s ongoing research are especially desirable.
Proposals for any research topic related to the Pardee Center’s longer-range global human development mandate will be considered, especially including (but not limited to) those relating to (a) sustainability issues related to rapid urbanization, especially in developing countries, (b) issues related to large-scale global environmental change, (c) a “systems perspective” of development programs, incorporating issues related to sociology, ecology, and economics, and (d) improved understanding of how academic knowledge connects to policy decision-making at various scales (i.e. local to global). Successful proposals will clearly convey how the research is related to improving quality of life; clearly articulate how the research is relevant to the longer-range future; and explain why and how it can be completed in a 10-week period. Applications are especially encouraged from fields such as global public health, engineering, the humanities, and natural sciences.
The deadline for applications is close of business on Monday, March 14 and candidates will be notified of the outcomes in mid-April. Detailed application instructions are available here.
Questions regarding the Summer Fellowship Program may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for dinner and discussion on Tuesday, February 2 as we explore topics around diversity and inclusion in public health and beyond.
SPH students and all members of the BUMC community are invited to come together, share a meal, and examine issues of social justice and identity with friends and colleagues. This event is taking place the night before the “Beyond Ferguson: Social Injustice and the Health of the Public” symposium on February 3. At Let’s Talk, you will have the opportunity to think deeply and engage these issues from your own perspective before hearing from an impressive panel of experts on Feb. 3.
Moderated by Yvette Cozier, Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion at BU SPH. All are welcome, we look forward to seeing you there!
Tuesday, February 2
4:30 – 5:50 PM
BU School of Medicine
72 E Concord St, Boston, MA 02118
We’ll be using #LetsTalkBUSPH to share our thoughts and form a bridge to the Beyond Ferguson symposium the following day. Let’s make sure student voices are well represented at these important events!
Feel free to email email@example.com for more information.
Monday, February 8, 2016
1:00 – 2:00pm
CT-305 (Crosstown, 3rd Floor, 801 MassAve)
This paid fellowship aims to bridge the gap between academia and first time international field placements for students interested in humanitarian aid, public health, and nutrition in a global setting. Funded by USAID, the 2016-2017 fellowship will bring together eight fellows for an intensive 4 week training on the core competencies of public health nutrition and humanitarian aid. The fellows will then continue their learning while spending eleven months working in an international public health nutrition program run by the international NGO, Action Against Hunger. During this eleven month period, they will continue to attend workshops to further their professional development and their transition to a professional field based position will be aided through a structured mentorship program.
Application period is open January 15th to February 15th, 2016. More information is available on the I-PHN fellowship website at www.iphn-fellowship.org.
The Rotary Foundation is now accepting applications for the fully-funded Rotary Peace Fellowship. The fellowship provides academic and practical training to prepare scholars for leadership roles in solving today’s global challenges.
Up to 100 fellows are selected globally every year to earn either a master’s degree or a professional development certificate in peace and conflict studies at one of six Rotary Peace Centers at leading universities in Australia, England, Japan, the United States, Sweden and Thailand.
To learn more about the program, visit the Rotary Peace Centers website: https://www.rotary.org/en/peace-fellowships
All applications are due 31 May 2016.