Program Coordinator

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Full Time
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Date Posted
Baltimore, MD
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Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria has commissioned external groups to conduct in-depth prospective evaluations that utilize a variety of methods to provide a detailed picture of the implementation, effectiveness, and impact of Global Fund-supported programs in several countries. The Institute for International Programs at Johns Hopkins University (IIP-JHU) has been selected as the lead to carry out the Prospective Country Evaluations in Senegal and Mozambique.

The Program Coordinator will support the overall implementation of the Global Fund evaluation project, including coordinating the activities of the IIP-JHU team and working closely with IIP-JHU’s in-country partners for the project. This is a full-time faculty position (Research Associate level) within the International Health department. The position may include regular travel to the two project countries.


  • Support overall project progress in coordination with a team of faculty members at JHU-IIP
  • Communicate regularly with in-country partners, including administrative support for the sub-grant process and technical assistance for program implementation
  • Communicate with the JHU finance team and the donor to ensure work order budget submissions and progress reports are complete, accurate, finalized, and submitted on time
  • Propose and implement a plan to communicate findings in-country (e.g., policy briefs), globally (e.g., presentations and peer-reviewed manuscripts), and within JHU (e.g., web content)
  • Support countries to develop and implement their own communications plans including providing or organizing training in-country, as appropriate
  • Travel to countries as needed to provide project support
  • Master’s degree in public health or other relevant discipline
  • Previous experience working in low-income countries, including familiarity with public health issues relevant to the work of the Global Fund
  • Previous experience with program coordination in an academic or non-profit environment
  • Willingness to travel up to several weeks at a time
  • Knowledge of large-scale program evaluation methodology preferred
  • Knowledge or experience with global HIV, malaria, or TB programs preferred
  • Fluency in Portuguese and/or French preferred
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