|HDD-(PHN)FLASH, newsletter on Population, Health and Nutrition of the Worldbank Human Development Department (WB)|
|PHNFLASH 102 January 26, 1996|
AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH ALLIANCE, INC. (AIHA)
AIHA is a non-profit group which supports health care assistance projects in the New Independent States (NIS) of former Soviet Union and in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), under grants from USAID.
AIHA is currently seeking qualified candidates for the following positions:
1) PROCUREMENT OFFICER: Manages procurements of goods and services in a timely fashion; reviews/revises procurement policies to ensure compliance with all relevant U.S. government standards; maintains proper documentation in procurement files; develops and maintains a computerized property management system. Requires 3 or more years of procurement experience for a federally-funded not-for-profit organization; familiarity with Federal procurement rules including OMB A-110, A-122, Handbook 13 and the FAR; experience preparing RFP s and cost/price analyses consistent with Federal rules.
2) PROGRAM ANALYST: Manages portfolio of partnerships, including logistics support, monitoring work-plan progress, projecting and analyzing expenses and ensuring adherence to AIHA/USAID policies. Maintains documentation and data; manages special projects, including clinical task forces. Acts as liaison with AIHA Regional Offices. Requires B.A./B.S., preferably with concentration in Russian/Eastern European Studies, Health Policy and Planning, International Relations, International Business, or Economics; graduate work desirable. Knowledge of spreadsheet and word processing software as well as foreign language skills (Russian/E.European) are advantageous, but not required.
3) EDITORIAL ASSISTANT: Assist in editing and writing of bilingual international health magazine and other print and electronic publications. Some administrative duties involved. Requires B.A./B.S. in Journalism/Communications and two years of experience in related work. Russian language, desktop publishing and Web skills preferred.
4) INFORMATION ANALYST: Assist in the development of information resources; primarily on developing pages on the Web. Participate in the collection of information and the preparation of corporate publications. Requires extensive experience with the Internet and specifically with Web page design; general proficiency with computers (word processing and database programs); and strong writing skills. Russian language skills helpful, but not required
Please respond (with cover letter indicating position applying for) to:
P.O. Box 28056
Washington, D.C. 20038-28056
(original posting from firstname.lastname@example.org)