Job Opportunities

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Program Associate, Health

 
The Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A. is seeking to hire a Program Associate to manage its health portfolio, consisting of donor and partner engagement, concept and proposal development for new projects, reporting and technical expertise provision and grants management. Priority areas, include, but are not limited to: community health, health systems integration and strengthening, maternal and child health, nutrition and capacity development. This is a professional/technical position with no direct supervisory responsibility, which may involve international travel (East and West Africa, Central and South Asia, including Afghanistan and Pakistan) to fulfill responsibilities. Click here for a full job description and information on how to apply.
 

Grants Compliance Officer

 
The Grants Compliance Officer will lead on U.S. Government (USG) grant compliance and management for AKF USA and AKF field offices in Africa and Asia. The position will be housed in the Finance department and work closely with the Programs & Investments Department. Click here for a full job description and information on how to apply.
 

Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, and Learning (MERL) Regional Coordinator

 
The MERL Regional Coordinator (MRC) will be well qualified in monitoring, evaluation, research, and learning and ideally will have knowledge of the Dari language. The MRC’s main functions will include the coordination of data collecting and reporting for M&E, coordination of Level I studies, and facilitation of an external Learning Partner in the implementation of Level II studies. He/she will be based in Kabul with a primary reporting line to the Director of the Evaluation, Research and Learning Unit at AKF-Afghanistan regarding M&E collection, Level 1 studies, and day-to-day MERL oversight, and a secondary reporting line to the MIAD Program Manager based at AKF USA regarding Level 2 progress and Learning Partner coordination. The MRC will be expected to undertake significant travel to Badakhshan province (subject to security clearances) as well as Washington DC. Click here for a full job description and information on how to apply.