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 seeking applicants for the position of Senior Communications and Program Development Associate. The incumbent will support both the Director of Program Development and the Director of Communications across a broad range of functions designed to raise the profile of AIHA and our capacity building programs in low- and middle-income countries around the globe, and expand our technical, geographical, and donor footprints. The ideal candidate will have experience in new business development (supporting proposals for new funding) and fundraising through individual, foundation, and corporate donors, as well as communications. Click here to read more.
AIHA is currently seeking a seasoned and entrepreneurial individual to join our team as a Health Systems Strengthening (HSS) Technical Advisor. Reporting directly to AIHA’s President & CEO, the incumbent will be based at our Washington, DC, headquarters and serve as AIHA’s principal expert and organizational lead on HSS. S/he will working across a broad HSS spectrum, focusing initially on leveraging AIHA’s principal area of expertise in health workforce development, but then developing a strategy on how best to expand AIHA’s capabilities and bonafides in other HSS areas. Consistent with AIHA’s strategic plan, the HSS Technical Advisor will provide internal guidance and leadership on issues related to the development of AIHA’s HSS strategy and implementation, including serving as AIHA chief external-facing leader on matters related to HSS and ensuring that we are following and being responsive to technical agency and donor trends, policies, practices, and evolving thinking related to HSS. Click here to read more.
Business Development Consultant (HQ-106)
AIHA is seeking one or more short-term, part-time consultants to support our ongoing efforts to expand and diversify our work and clientele. Based on organizational needs, the consultant/s will be expected to offer expertise in capture and pursuit of new business opportunities related to health systems strengthening (HSS), human resources for health (HRH), and other aspects of international health and development. In particular, we are looking for support in proposal development and writing and strategic planning. Click here to read more.
Positions Based Overseas
Under the direction of the AIHA/Tanzania Country Director, the Program Coordinator (P.C.) is responsible for supporting AIHA’s implementation of a Community Based Home Based Care Twinning Program in Tanzania. Based out of Dar es Salaam, the P.C. will be overseeing implementation of its activities with its Tanzanian partner, the National AIDS Control Program (NACP) -Community Services Unit (CSU). The P.C. will also work in collaboration with other PEPFAR-funded partners, other sections of the the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender and Children (MOHCDGEC) and other national and international CHBC stakeholders. Please note that this position will be based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Click here to read more.
Under the direction of the AIHA/Tanzania Country Director the Program Coordinator (P.C.) is responsible for supporting AIHA’s implementation of a Biomedical Engineering Technician (BMET) training program in Tanzania. Based out of Dar es Salaam, the P.C. will be working as AIHA’s Program Coordinator overseeing implementation of its activities with Tanzanian partners. The P.C. will work in collaboration with other PEPFAR-funded partners, the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender and Children (MOHCDGEC) and other national stakeholders. Please note that this position will be based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Click here to read more.
AIHA, working closely with Ethiopia’s Federal Ministry of Health, is actively recruiting both Ethiopian Diaspora and expatriate physicians and other qualified professionals to teach courses in basic sciences, including biochemistry, immunobiology and virology, pharmacology, medical physiology, medical ethics, neuroscience, public health, pathology, and general and systemic anatomy at one of the 13 medical schools established across the country through the Ministry’s Medical Education Initiative. Instructors will play a critical role in strengthening the country’s health system by training future doctors over the course of their placements through AIHA’s Volunteer Healthcare Corps. Please note that these positions will be based at various medical schools throughout Ethiopia. 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.