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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.

To Apply

To apply for one of the following positions, please respond by e-mail to HR@aiha.com.

Please include the job title in the subject line of your email.

To receive consideration, all resumes must be accompanied by a cover letter that must include salary history for all jobs listed on resume and current salary requirements for the position sought. 


We are currently recruiting for:

Positions Based in Washington, DC

Contracts Officer

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.

Positions Based Overseas

Multiple Positions Open in Kenya!

AIHA is scaling up and expanding implementation of our PEPFAR-supported DREAMS Initiative project in Western Kenya (Homa Bay, Migori, and Siaya counties), and we are looking to fill multiple positions in the coming weeks. DREAMS is an ambitious partnership to reduce HIV infections among adolescent girls and young women in 10 sub-Saharan African countries. The goal of DREAMS is to help girls develop into Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-free, Mentored, and Safe women. Current open positions are:

Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (multiple positions)

AIHA is seeking experienced Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officers who will lead our M&E efforts in specific assigned geographical areas. Under the direction of AIHA’s Regional M&E Manager, the incumbent will work closely with other project staff to ensure strict compliance with all project implementation guidelines and M&E reporting requirements. S/he will be responsible for coordinating, collecting, and reviewing data submitted by field staff for quality assurance and impact monitoring of AIHA’s activities under the DREAMS Initiative. Click here to read more.

Program Officer, Biomedical Interventions

AIHA is recruiting an experienced public health, community health, or social service professional to provide guidance, oversight, and coordination related to the standard DREAMS package of required biomedical and clinical interventions delivered through our project in Siaya and Migori counties. The incumbent, under the supervision of our DREAMS Technical Director, will provide technical assistance in evidence-based biomedical interventions, including HIV testing services, contraceptive method mix, post-rape care management, PEP, PrEP, and other biomedical services proven successful among adolescent girls and young women. Extensive knowledge of program management, particularly experience with PEPFAR’s DREAMS package of interventions, is required. A diploma in clinical medicine, nursing, medical laboratory services, or public health, along with current registration with the relevant statutory bodies in Kenya, is keenly desired. Click here to read more.

Program Officer, Social Protection

AIHA is looking to hire a seasoned professional to provide technical assistance in evidence-based social protection interventions proven successful in reducing HIV risk behaviors, HIV transmission, and sexual and gender-based violence among adolescent girls and young women receiving support from AIHA’s DREAMS Initiative project in Siaya and Migori counties. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in social sciences, public health, gender studies, or international development, and experience implementing programs on gender and HIV/AIDS. Knowledge of program management and support procedures with a focus on PEPFAR’s DREAMS package of interventions is also a must. The incumbent will report to AIHA’s DREAMS Technical Director. Click here to read more.

Administrative & Finance Assistant (multiple positions)

If you are a bright and dedicated accounting or finance professional with experience in the NGO sector – particularly with U.S. Government-funded programs – AIHA is looking for you! We are hiring a number of Administrative & Finance Assistants to provide support to our expanding DREAMS Initiative project in Siaya and Migori counties. Under the direction of our Administrative & Finance Officer, the incumbent will support a wide range of financial tasks at our project offices in Western Kenya, including monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reports; budget planning and oversight; petty cash; and county-level accounting processes. Administrative duties will include supporting our program team by arranging travel and logistics; ordering supplies, maintaining a detailed inventory; and arranging distribution of supplies and materials to project sites as needed; and other tasks as assigned. Click here to read more.

Data Clerk (multiple positions)

AIHA is currently looking to fill multiple Data Clerk positions in support of our expanding DREAMS Initiative project in Western Kenya. We are looking for detail-oriented individuals with a background in health records, information management, computer science, applied mathematics, statistics, or other related fields. Data management and/or monitoring and evaluation (M&E) training from a recognized institution is highly desired. Under the direction of our Data Officer, the incumbent will play a key role on AIHA’s data team and work closely with county-level M&E Officers to help ensure optimum collection, management, and reporting of all DREAMS project data. S/he will be responsible for all data entry into the DREAMS database, as well as all filing of required data per project requirements. Click here to read more.

Field Officer (multiple positions)

AIHA is hiring multiple Field Officers, who will coordinate site-level coordinator of all interventions under our DREAMS Initiative project in Western Kenya. Under the direction of the Program Coordinator, the Field Officer will work closely with all program staff, lay workers, and other partners and stakeholders within the assigned ward(s) and county to ensure all evidence-based DREAMS interventions are implemented in accordance with project guidance and reported on as required by PEPFAR. Key responsibilities will include oversight of a team of lay workers, providing technical support, mentorship, and supportive supervision as needed to strengthen their knowledge and capacity to deliver services and support to adolescent girls and young women. Ideal candidates will have a demonstrated commitment to responding to the most urgent needs of vulnerable adolescents and youth; familiarity with child protection and related social and cultural issues; and experience working with in programs that focus on prevention of HIV and/or gender-based violence among adolescents. A diploma in social work, community development, or counseling psychology is highly desirable; a relevant degree from a reputable university will be an added advantage. Click here to read more.

Human Resources & Administrative Assistant

AIHA seeks a dedicated and efficient professional with a strong understanding of Kenya’s labor laws and requirements to join our growing team in Kenya! The Human Resources & Administrative Assistant will work under the direction of our Administrative & Finance Officer in Bondo to carry out a wide range of HR and administrative tasks in support of AIHA’s DREAMS Initiative projects in Homa Bay, Migori, and Siaya counties. The incumbent will oversee HR policy compliance and implementation, while supporting various administrative tasks of our offices in Western Kenya. Click here to read more.


Policy Statement:

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.