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Partnership Specialist

Fintrac is seeking a Partnership Specialist based in Washington D.C. to provide research, technical, and administrative support to Partnering for Innovation’s portfolio of partnerships and the program as a whole, including providing direct support to the Portfolio Manager.

Project Manager

Institute for War and Peace Reporting

The Institute for War & Peace Reporting (IWPR) is an independent not-for profit organisation that works with media and civil society to promote positive change in conflict zones, closed societies, and countries in transition around the world.
We are seeking a Project Manager for a fixed term until September 2021 to manage and ensure the successful implementation of a number of communications and information-based pre-agreed sub-awards and project activities being made by IWPR under a cooperative agreement with the US Government;

Technical Director, Maternal and Neonatal Health (MNH)

LWR & IMA is seeking highly motivated individuals for a Maternal and Neonatal Health (MNH) Lead position for the USAID MOMENTUM (Moving Integrated, Quality Maternal and Newborn Health and Family Planning and Reproductive Health) APS Round 1 “MNCH/FP/RH Service Delivery in Fragile Settings.” The $200 million projects seek to support countries early in their journey to self-reliance to overcome the impacts of fragility on the population’s health and contribute to countries’ movement along the development continuum toward reduced maternal mortality and increased self-reliance.

The MNH Lead will provide technical leadership and oversight for the upcoming global USAID MOMENTUM Round 1. The MNH Lead will lend technical expertise in MNH with an emphasis on issues for fragile health systems and access.

The position will operate under the leadership of the Senior Technical Director for MNH/FP/RH and will help ensure the technical and methodological soundness of all MNH project activities. In collaboration with the project team and partners, the position will support the design and implementation of service delivery strategies based on scientific evidence.

This position is contingent upon award from USAID and will be based in DC.

Technical Director, Social Behavior Change (SBC) and Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH)

LWR & IMA is seeking highly motivated individuals for an SBC and WASH Lead for the USAID MOMENTUM (Moving Integrated, Quality Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health and Family Planning and Reproductive Health) APS Round 1 “MNCH/FP/RH Service Delivery in Fragile Settings.” The $200 million projects seek to support countries early in their journey to self-reliance to overcome the impacts of fragility on the population’s health and contribute to countries’ movement along the development continuum toward reduced maternal and child mortality and increased self-reliance.

The SBC and WASH Lead will provide technical leadership and oversight and will lend technical expertise in SBC and WASH with an emphasis on issues for fragile service delivery.

The position will operate under the leadership of the Senior Technical Director for MNCH/FP/RH and will help oversee and ensure the technical and methodological soundness of all SBC and WASH project activities. In collaboration with the project team and partners, the position will support the design and implementation of SBC and WASH strategies based on scientific evidence.

This position is contingent upon award from USAID and will be based in DC.

Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer – Open to Washington, DC or London

The Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer (“CECO”) will be responsible for management and oversight of the enterprise-wide Ethics and Compliance Department and program for Mercy Corps Global, Mercy Corps Europe and Mercy Corps Netherlands, their subsidiaries and affiliate organizations (collectively “Mercy Corps”). The purpose of this role is to promote an ethical culture throughout the organization and work to prevent, detect, respond to, and/or mitigate potential violations of ethical guidelines, sexual exploitation and abuse policies, contract and grant requirements and/or law. As a member of the Executive Team, the CECO will manage and oversee the department responsible for assessing compliance efforts to meet legal and contractual obligations, and developing appropriate compliance strategies, training and initiatives necessary to minimize noncompliance and/or unethical conduct within Mercy Corps and/or those working on behalf of Mercy Corps. The CECO will be responsible for regularly reporting about the program, as well as risk findings, to the Executive Team, the Joint Audit and Risk Committee, and the Board of Directors.

Chief Technology Officer / Senior Director – Open to Washington DC, London, or Remote

Digital technology is transforming the world of international relief and development – the contexts in which we operate, and how we achieve our mission. At Mercy Corps we seek to apply technology to innovating and scaling our impact around some of the world’s most complex challenges. The Mercy Corps’ Technology for Development (T4D) team collaborates with Mercy Corps teams and external partners to unlock new possibilities and improve more lives through the power of technology. We think beyond today’s context, exploring how we can use current and emerging technology to shrink the global digital divide and help people in vulnerable communities adapt to and overcome evolving challenges. Our mission and purpose are to drive sustainable program impact through responsible application of existing and emerging digital technologies. Ultimately, we drive Mercy Corps to maximize the use of digital technologies for greater scale, efficiency and impact.

Director for Latin America and the Caribbean

This senior position is responsible for providing strategic leadership and vision for all Freedom House (FH) activities in and related to Latin America, primarily on-the-ground donor-funded programming activities, but also policy research and advocacy, in line with FH’s mission and strategic framework. The position requires a candidate with deep knowledge of democracy and governance issues throughout the region, relationships there (including with civil society organizations (CSOs), government entities, the diplomatic community, etc.), and relationships with relevant USG entities (including USG donors supporting democracy programs in the region). These qualifications must be combined with a proven record of: designing and implementing innovative USG-funded democracy programming throughout the region that produces verifiable results; designing and carrying out successful policy research and policy advocacy initiatives before the U.S. Congress and executive branch; and effectively leading and managing diverse staff, including overseas operations.

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