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Manager, International Operations and Business Continuity

The Manager of International Operations and Business Continuity has primary responsibility for coordinating the foundation’s international operations and business continuity functions across all of its geographies. This position reflects the recognized need to strategically improve the foundation’s effectiveness and efficiency through improved coordination of operational functions as well as the need to standardize business continuity planning globally. In addition to partnering with the Regional Directors and NY operational departments to provide operational oversight of the regional offices, the manager will be responsible for partnering with the Deputy COO to coordinate the foundation’s global safety and security function with a focus on coordinating response and decision-making in high risk situations.

Senior Strategic Information Specialist

ICAP at Columbia University, a global health leader situated within the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health in New York City, seeks a Senior Strategic Information Specialist to be based in its New York headquarters office. The incumbent will provide technical assistance to enhance monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of differentiated HIV services delivery across 14 countries in sub-Saharan Africa, with a focus on building sustainable public-sector systems.

Communications Officer

Under the supervision of ICAP’s Deputy Director for Communications and Content Strategy, the Communications Officer will manage communications activities that effectively raise awareness of and increase support for ICAP support, a global health leader situated at Columbia University that works to improve the health of families and communities worldwide. The Communications Officer will work with staff across ICAP’s New York City headquarters and country offices abroad to ensure ICAP’s mission, messages, and accomplishments are communicated in creative and strategic ways to a wide variety of stakeholders.

Technical Lead, ERP and Centralization Project

ICAP at Columbia University, a global health leader situated within the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health in New York City, seeks highly qualified candidate to serve as Technical Lead, ERP and Centralization Project to be based in New York. The incumbent will lead all Technology based initiatives for the development and implementation of a new ERP solution and its dependencies for ICAP.

The successful candidate will hold a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Programming, other related discipline or the equivalent work and progressive technology management experience and a minimum of seven (7) years technical leadership experience in the area of enterprise software and new product development; experience with SDLC, agile development methods, and common app development tools; extensive technical project management experience with a history of bring projects in on-time and on-budget; ability to interact at all the levels of an organization – presenting ideas, promoting best practices and coaching staff as needed; and a background in programming and data modeling.

The incumbent will have demonstrated experience developing cross capability solutions with integrations across multiple systems, both new and legacy and experience managing diverse, distributed technical teams — direct reports and dotted lines; freelancers, permanent, and partner and vendor-managed staff, based domestically and abroad.

Grants Management Assistant

Wellspring Philanthropic Fund seeks a Grants Management Assistant. The Grants Management Assistant will work under the direction of the NY-based Deputy Director of Grants Management to collaborate with and provide administrative support to a vibrant GM team of ten, split between New York City and Washington, DC.

Business Development Manager

With headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, Amref Health Africa is the largest Africa-based healthcare nonprofit, serving an average of nine million people per year across 35 countries in sub-Saharan Africa with almost 100 programs. We focus on the continent’s most critical health challenges: maternal and child health, infectious and noncommunicable diseases, access to clean water and sanitation, surgical and clinical outreach, and increasing the number of African healthcare workers.

Amref Health Africa has 12 fundraising and communications offices across Europe and North America and an overall budget upwards of $100 million. Amref Health Africa prides itself on creating “African Solutions to African Healthcare problems with African expertise”. Ninety-seven percent of our global staff are Africans, including our leadership.

Amref Health Africa in the USA is the U.S. office of Amref Health Africa. Its primary responsibilities are to raise awareness and funds to support Amref Health Africa’s work. Amref Health Africa, Inc. currently has a staff of ten and an annual budget of more than $6.5 million.

Director, Benefits Administration/Business Partner

We are seeking a highly experienced and skilled HR Benefits Administrator/Business Partner, with proven abilities to drive forward: staff administration and benefits, HR policies, practices & procedures, employee relations, HR risks & compliance, and compensation.

Process Specialist, ERP & Regionalization Project

Reporting to the ERP and Regionalization Project Director for day-to-day operations, the Process Specialist will support transformation efforts associated with the onboarding of the new ERP system and regionalization of business processes and improvements across ICAP inclusive of ideation through implementation, operational readiness and execution.

The Process Specialist will also report into the Quality Assurance Director as it relates to the compliance requirements of the business process design

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