AIHA is a successful and growing international nonprofit organization dedicated to improving global public health through twinning partnerships and other innovative projects designed to build human resource and institutional capacity. Join our team and help us achieve our vision of quality healthcare for everyone, everywhere!
Based in Washington, DC, AIHA has representative offices in seven countries and employs some 50 individuals who manage ongoing initiatives in more than 15 countries.
As a valued AIHA employee, you will enjoy a competitive compensation and benefits package. AIHA offers an inclusive work environment committed to diversity and work/life balance, professional development opportunities, rewards and recognition for outstanding performance, and a culture that advocates community outreach and philanthropy. Click here to read more about AIHA benefits.
We are currently recruiting for:
Positions Based in Washington, DC
AIHA is looking to hire a Contracts Officer who will be responsible for cradle-to-grave activities associated with the administration of AIHA’s contracts and cooperative agreements, including subaward administration and management, procurement, and cost proposal preparation. The incumbent will deliver expertise and professional leadership in these areas, as well as establish policy, procedures, guidelines, forms and other resources to assist AIHA’s program and finance staff, both at HQ and in the field, from proposal preparation through award implementation and closeout. Click here to read more.
If you are a skilled finance professional with experience carrying out all of the activities and administration of key transactional accounting functions ranging from accounts payable and accounts receivable to payroll, petty cash, general ledger activities, and account reconciliations, please consider joining our team! As Senior Accountant at AIHA’s headquarters, the incumbent will work closely with both finance and non-finance staff to educate them on procedures related to areas of responsibility. Under the direct supervision of the controller, s/he will also explore ways these accounting functions can be improved to better support the organization. Click here to read more.
AIHA is looking to hire a Program Development Intern who will support our new business pursuits and overall efforts to grow and expand our organization. The incumbent will gain significant experience researching potential donors and new opportunities as s/he helps coordinate and produce compliant, responsive, and compelling funding proposals. This is a part-time paid position with an expected time commitment of 15-20 hours a week during the winter and spring of 2018; there is a possibility of extending the term through the summer for the right person. Click here to read more.
Positions Based Overseas
If you are a skilled and knowledgeable expert in biomedical technology, AIHA is looking for you! We’re recruiting for a Biomedical Technical Specialist who will oversee implementation of our biomedical engineering technician (BMET) training program in Zambia. Based in our Lusaka office, the incumbent will also take the lead on establishing three biomedical calibration centers in Lusaka, Copperbelt, and Luapula provinces; provide site-level technical assistance and oversight of activities with our local partners; and closely collaborate with relevant stakeholders, including Zambia’s Ministry of Health, the U.S. Government team in country, and other PEPFAR and international-donor funded organizations working in the field. Click here to read more.
The American International Health Alliance, Inc. (AIHA) is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. It is against AIHA’s policy for any employee to discriminate against an applicant for employment or against another employee on the basis of race, color, and religion, gender, age, marital status, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, national origin, or any other classification protected by applicable discrimination laws. Furthermore, no employee of AIHA is to discriminate against any applicant or fellow employee on the basis of a disability or status as a disabled veteran or veteran of the Vietnam era. AIHA will make reasonable accommodations, including modification of AIHA policies and procedures in appropriate cases for qualified individuals with disabilities, if it can do so without undue hardship.
This policy applies to all employment practices as they pertain to any position for which an applicant or an employee is qualified. All other personnel actions – including (and without limitation to) transfers, promotions, compensation, benefits, education, training, recreation, and social programs will be administered in with the objectives of this policy of non-discrimination.
*Positions marked with an asterisk (*) are open to any and all qualified applicants regardless of nationality or current country of residence, and are considered to be “local” recruitment. This means that salary will be based on the local market for these services and paid in the local currency. In addition, there are no expatriate benefits associated with such positions.