Open positions related to pharmaceuticals with Global Health Corps. Apply by February 3rd!

in Fellowships, Jobs, Practicum/Internships
January 28th, 2013

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Pharmacy and Supply Chain Fellow at CHAI, Rwanda:
Rwandan citizen: http://ghcorps.org/placements/r04-int-pharmacy-and-supply-chain-fellow/
US citizen:         http://ghcorps.org/placements/r04-usa-pharmacy-and-supply-chain-fellow/

Access to Medicines Analyst at the Clinton Health Access Initiative
Ugandan citizen: http://ghcorps.org/placements/ug04-int-access-to-medicines-analyst/
US citizen:         http://ghcorps.org/placements/ug04-usa-access-to-medicines-analyst/

Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Fellow at LifeNET, Burundi - http://ghcorps.org/placements/b02-int-pharmaceutical-supply-chain-fellow/

Pharmacy Supply Chain Analyst at Partners in Health, Rwanda
Rwandan citizen: http://ghcorps.org/placements/r09-int-pharmacy-supply-chain-analyst/
US citizen:          http://ghcorps.org/placements/r09-usa-pharmacy-supply-chain-analyst/

Procurement and Logistics Fellow at ANSS, Burundi 
Burundian citizen:  http://ghcorps.org/placements/b04-int-pharmarcy-supply-chain-officer/ 
US citizen: http://ghcorps.org/placements/b04-usa-procurement-logistics/

Medicine Quality and Use Associate at MSH, Uganda - http://ghcorps.org/placements/ug11-usa-medicine-quality-and-use-associate/

Benefits of the Fellowship include: A living stipend of $550/month, a housing allowance, health insurance, professional development training, and a $600 professional development award. Fellows receive an award of $1500 upon successful completion of the fellowship.The Fellowship start with a training at Yale University in the United States and regional training meetings are organized for every quarter of the fellowship year. Flights to and from the placement site and all other costs associated with GHC programming are included.

The Pharmacy and Supply Chain/Procurement positions require attention to detail and good sense of negotiation skills but often the job descriptions make people feel that they need to know a lot about pharmaceuticals to apply which is definitely not the case.  We highly recommend you check these positions out, and don’t be intimidated if you feel you do not have enough pharmaceutical related work already.  

 Learn more about the Global Health Corps at http://ghcorps.org/