Proposal Development Associate

Proposal Development Associate Job Category :   Business Development Requisition Number :   PROPO03498 Apply now Posting Details Posted :  January 18, 2021 Full-Time Locations Showing 1 location Remote within the United States United States, USA Job Details Description ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Coordinates and prepares high quality client-focused proposals, budgets and client grids for new business opportunities within given timeframe. Adheres to the proposal process. Evaluates and understands client requirements for incoming Request for Proposals (RFPs) and sets up proposal-related meetings with the appropriate personnel in the proposal development process. Chairs kick-off and other opportunity-specific meetings to support the proposal development process. Liaises with the appropriate personnel including Business Development and Operations throughout the proposal generation to ensure that the proposal and strategy meet the customer needs. Prepares budgets for proposals in the relevant cost

Program Analyst

Program Analyst Details A. Position Identification Position Title: Level I Technical Professional – Program Analyst Division: USAID Global Health Department: Office of Population and Reproductive Health, Commodity Security and Logistics Division Work Location: Washington, DC Supervisor’s Title: Deputy Director, GHTP Work Status: Full-Time FLSA: Exempt Classification: GS 11 Funding Source(s): Family Planning and Reproductive Health B. Summary Statement The Commodity Security & Logistics Division (CSL) is one of four divisions within the Office of Population and Reproductive Health (PRH), Bureau for Global Health (GH). CSL supports access to voluntary family planning and reproductive health care by ensuring the long-term availability of a wide range of quality family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) commodities through the public and private sectors. In addition, CSL is one of five divisions that implements the Bureau’s Global Health Supply Chain (GHSC) program that includes

COVID-19 Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Advisor

COVID-19 Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Advisor Details SUSTAINING TECHNICAL AND ANALYTIC RESOURCES FELLOWSHIP TITLE:  COVID-19 Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Advisor HOST ORGANIZATION:   Office of Learning, Evaluation and Research, Bureau for Policy, Planning, and Learning, United States Agency for International Aid LOCATION:  Washington, DC POSITION LEVEL:  Technical Advisor ANTICIPATED DURATION:  One year INT-P3-133 TRAVEL:  no travel anticipated STAR PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Sustaining Technical and Analytic Resources (STAR)  is a project of the Public Health Institute (PHI) in partnership with the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) and the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), supported by the US Agency for International Development (USAID). STAR is a Global Health talent hub. Through fellowships, internships, and strategic partnerships, STAR supports building the capacity of diverse global health professionals and organizations at all levels to make inclusive, collabor

Public Health Student Intern Program

Public Health Student Intern Program Apply/Details Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)'s Public Health Student Intern Program (PHSIP) provides an unparalleled opportunity for professional growth and development as a public health practitioner. Accepted students become an ambassador for HRSA's mission in their professional discipline, work setting, education, or community. Are you eligibile? We offer unpaid experience via the PHSIP to current graduate and undergraduate students in good standing at schools of public health and public health programs in the United States. How long is the internship? Interns complete a one-semester rotation within one of HRSA's bureaus or offices. What will you do as a PHSIP intern? Specific projects will depend on initiatives within the office in which we place you. However, the following list provides an idea of the scope and breadth of your work. Support the management of HRSA grants and programs Participate in training and d


CRS is creating a pipeline for young professional women in West Africa.  A Year long paid position of mentoring in International Development.  Details The Junior Professionals Program is an opportunity for qualified, professional women in West Africa to transform their passion for international relief and development work into a career with Catholic Relief Services. Over a 12-month period, each Junior Professional will build core skills while working alongside experienced staff and supporting critical programs. Junior Professionals will benefit from strong mentoring and regional networking as they prepare for positions of greater responsibility with CRS. LEARNING & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Practical training:  Through hands-on experience and extensive training, Junior Professionals will grow and develop their skills in project design; program management; monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning; partnership building; and operations. Mentorship:  Each Junior Professional