Operations Assistant / Associate (Somerville MA)
PIVOT seeks an Operations Assistant or Associate to support the day-to-day operations of the financial systems of the organization, as well as the needs of its budding international procurement system. With strong support and potential for internal growth, this is an ideal entry-level position for a finance-oriented applicant.
Qualified candidates will have a Bachelors degree in a related field or equivalent work experience, a strong background in finance and / or accounting, and enthusiasm for the backoffice work of a non-profit operations team.
Executive Assistant (Part-time, Lexington KY)
PIVOT seeks a part-time (50% effort) Executive Assistant to support the Executive Director in managing her work across multiple time zones, maximizing efficiencies and making possible the execution of the ED’s expansive responsibilities. In close collaboration with the ED, the individual in this role will also manage support services for the international team including travel management, remote office management and support to the board of directors.
Qualified candidates will have 1-3 years of professional experience in a leadership / executive support role, or be a current student with at least 1 year of non-profit or administrative experience, as well as holding exceptionally strong technology skills and an interest in serving the rural poor of Madagascar.
Coordinator of Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (Madagascar)
PIVOT seeks a MERL Coordinator to oversee the project’s monitoring and evaluation plan, as well as lead the development and effective running of its data management systems. Managing three teams – M&E, operational research and medical informatics – the MERL coordinator acts as a director-level position on the Senior Management Team, reporting directly to the Country Director.
Qualified candidates will have a Masters degree in a related field, at least 3 years of experience in a health or development setting with progressive management responsibilities, and a demonstrated commitment to global health, social justice and working in solidarity with the rural poor.
Grants Manager (Madagascar)
PIVOT seeks a Grants Manager to be based in rural Madagascar as part of its Development team. Working closely with PIVOT’s site-based program managers and finance team, the Grants Manager will develop and manage systems to support proposal development and grant reporting for designated programs and projects. The Grants Manager will also collaborate closely with US-based Development team members and program managers to support grant conceptualization, broader giving strategies and donor relations.
Qualified candidates will have a Bachelors or Masters degree in a related field, between 1-3 years of experience in a project or grants management role, and a demonstrated commitment to global health, social justice and working in solidarity with the rural poor.
French-speaking Clinicians (Madagascar)
PIVOT consistently seeks medical staff interested in long-term positions in Ranomafana. If you hold a medical degree (doctor or nurse), field experience in low-income settings, speak French or Malagasy, and can commit to a minimum stay of at least 1-2 years, please send your CV and a letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Clinical inquiry” to discuss opportunities with PIVOT.
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