The PEN-Plus team is growing! The Center for Integration Science seeks to fill two positions:
- Associate Director of Data Systems and Monitoring and Evaluation
The ideal candidate will be experienced in the spectrum of data systems implementation, from clinical form design to training and tools on reporting of aggregate indicators, to development of indicators, to working with teams on meaningful data use. Candidates should be familiar with national systems/HMIS and have experience working with ministries of health, gathering input from various stakeholders, and designing digital data systems. Click here for more information.
- Clinical/Regional Advisor
The ideal candidate will have clinical experience; training; a passion for working with severe noncommunicable diseases (such as type 1 diabetes, sickle cell disease, and cardiac conditions); and a track record of rural health systems implementation. The position is up to 50% travel to support teams implementing clinics in rural areas of sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, so the candidate should be excited about all that comes with establishing a clinic (training, mentorship, supply chain, data recording and use, case finding, etc.). Click here for more information.
Questions can be emailed to Katia Domingues (email@example.com) or Dr. Emily Wroe (firstname.lastname@example.org). These positions are open to people based outside the United States; CVs and cover letters can be emailed directly to either Ms. Domingues or Dr. Wroe.
Consultant, Improving the State of Cardiac Surgery in Africa
In addition, the Center for Integration Science is seeking a consultant to play an integral role in preparing a comprehensive report on the state of cardiac surgery in Africa, with recommendations to the Africa CDC on opportunities for improvement. Essential qualifications include a master’s degree in public health and/or a medical degree and at least five to seven years of experience in research on noncommunicable diseases, including at least one of the major severe noncommunicable diseases. The ideal candidate will also have experience with cardiac surgery policy planning in Africa. The full scope of work can be found in the position description, “Improving the State of Cardiac Surgery in Africa in the Context of the PEN-Plus Initiative: Recommendations and Opportunities for the Africa CDC.”