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Head CIC - Botswana

Working closely with the Business and with the Country EXCO, develop and execute a country CIC strategic for optimising revenue and Return on RWA whilst maintaining robust risk management and governance processes in line with Bank and regulatory requirements and expectations. Lead the CIC team and associated functions to deliver the CIC strategic plan in country. 

Context: 

This role is accountable for developing and executing a country CIC strategic plan which will build a sustainable, profitable CIC business both cross-border and in-country, through deepening client relationships, maximising revenue streams and asset utilisation. The strategic plan will also include specific objectives in support of the Retail Banking strategy, with this being reciprocated by Retail Banking. 

The primary accountabilities of the role are developing and executing a strategy for franchise development, risk and regulatory control, and leadership of the CIC team in pursuit of these goals. The role holder is also a member of the Country EXCO and as such has collective responsibility for the effective execution of the broader country strategy, ensuring that we are Here for Good in our markets. 

Key responsibilities: 

Strategy - Alignment of global/geography agendas and plans 
Work closely with the Global Product Heads and Country EXCO: 
* Develop and execute a Country CIC strategic plan1 that is coherent and designed to 'win' at the country level consistent with the Global CIC Strategy within approved risk appetite and portfolio standards. The strategy will cover all segments, and include a robust risk, governance and control framework, and the people plan required to support sustainable delivery with 12 month specifics and a 1-3 year view. 
* Ensure CIC activities are consistent with Global Strategies to act as arbitrators where disputes arise or decide to escalate. 
* Drive CICMG initiatives, lead country CICTT forums2, manage communication and feedback between CICMG and country. 
* Drive multiple key country-pair corridors, improve our performance in banking the Cross- Border Trade and Investment flows across all our markets. 
* Accountable for bottom-up investment planning to the region. 
* Align strategic plan and the shorter term business objectives with the availability of liquidity, capital and credit in line with the liquidity risk management approach3 for the country. 

Governance - Risk, balance sheet management, regulators 
Work closely with the Global Product Heads and Country EXCO: 

* Ensure the discharge of any personal or individual statutory, legal or regulatory responsibilities that apply by reason of any registration or regulatory approval held, or by CICupying this role. Country CIC Heads are not designated Above the Wall unless specified. 
* Ensure that a governance control framework and policies/procedures are in place to make all CIC employees aware of and compliant with current bank and local/international requirements and expectations in respect of AML and other applicable regulations. 
* In collaboration with Country CEO, develop and sustain relationships with external parties to ensure that the Bank is viewed as a thought leader and active contributor in the financial services industry in shaping local (and where possible regional) regulatory policy and development. In addition, ensure a broad approach to engagement, not just with formal 
authorities but with other thought leaders and power-brokers/policy influencers 4 in the country. 
* Provide leadership in ensuring that all CIC Functions have sufficient resources in place to maintain an appropriate control and support environment to meet CIC's current and future 
aspirations. This is critical to effective management of operational risk. 
* Provide leadership in the country ALCO for optimisation and control of the Bank's assets and liabilities, and market risk issues, ensuring that CIC operates within the ALCO policies and guidelines to maintain the statutory, operational and stress liquidity targets and ratios at all times. 
* Ensure strategic execution remains within the agreed Risk Appetite and Portfolio Standards through appropriate engagement in the various committees as required (Appendix A). 
* Ensure fast cycle time for upward referrals to achieve speed of execution for in-market decision taking and escalation of issues. 
* Accountable for country risk management and responsible for proposing Country Portfolio 
Standards. 
* Achieve growth in a safe and well-controlled manner and on an end-to-end basis - 
incorporating infrastructure requirements and ensure that they are fit-for-growth. 
* Accountable for all escalation from country to CIC Regional Co-Heads, CIC Regional COO, Regional Business Heads or to other stakeholders in senior management, risk or control functions as appropriate. 

Performance - coverage, account planning, cross-border 
Work closely with the Global Product Heads and Country EXCO: 

* Interpret and implement client strategy (and exceptions) - including appropriateness and suitability - at the country level consistent with the Global CIC Strategy. 
* Drive account planning and active management of key clients5 to develop the CIC wallet. 
* Deliver on country budgets including any signed-off Offshore budgets or budgets booked elsewhere. 
* Ensure development of support platforms which includes all functions (people, technology and processes) matches needs of client facing activities. 
* Involve in active monthly performance monitoring - spot areas of underperformance and take corrective action. 
* Utilise Country MIS to drive results. 
* Ensure effective Balance Sheet management, liquidity and RWA. 
* Accountable for Loan Impairment and Operational Risk losses. 

People & Talent Management - attract/retain, engage, reward and compensate 
Work closely with the Global Product Heads (joint responsibility on appointments, compensation and career management) and Country EXCO: 

* Develop strategic resourcing approach with country HR to ensure robust identification, selection of key critical hires and deployment of appropriate talents across CIC to deliver the strategy. 
* Develop succession plan for self and key reports and support functions. 
* Manage retention and attrition through people strategy. 
* Ensure appropriate performance and reward differentiation. 
* Ensure that performance is also measured by reference to risk and control culture. 
* Drive talent development and growth. 
* Lead people forum at country level to decide country strategic people plans, aligned with the group, and execute. 
* Commit to diversity and inclusion principles in hiring approach. 
* Inspire people through leading by example and living the values consistently. 

Skills and experience 

* Minimum 10 years experience in a corporate banking environment of which minimum 5 years should be of managing corporate client relationships 
* Previous experience in a leadership role including governance and compliance 
* High quality experience in a credit management position with proven ability to manage a team. 
* Strong credit appraisal and marketing skills, with the ability to interpret complex financial information. 
* A good understanding of the general, economic, political and business environment of the region. 
* Excellent communication (written and verbal) and negotiation skills. 

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Diversity & Inclusion 

Standard Chartered is committed to diversity and inclusion. We believe that a work environment which embraces diversity will enable us to get the best out of the broadest spectrum of people to sustain strong business performance and competitive advantage. By building an inclusive culture, each employee can develop a sense of belonging, and have the opportunity to maximise their personal potential.

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Behaviour Change Communication Specialist

ACHAP seeks to appoint a suitably qualified candidate with strong commitment to programme implementation for the position of Behaviour Change Communication Specialist for the upcoming Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) Project. The position is contingent upon award of funds. Knowledge of the Botswana political, social, cultural, and environmental and development context is strongly preferred, as such Batswana nationals are encouraged to apply
The purpose of this role is to provide technical guidance in the design, implementation and evaluation of evidence informed behaviour change communication interventions supported by ACHAP at national and operational area level. The position will be based in Gaborone
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Assists national level partners and supports the operational area teams in planning for Behaviour Change;
• Assists Programmes and implementing partners in the development of appropriate M&E indicators and tools for monitoring behaviour change;
• Work with M&E; to monitor and evaluate the progress and impact of SBCC activities.
• Assists in identifi cation of behaviour change training needs for Programme staff and implementing partner staff;
• Provides technical support for the development and dissemination of IEC material;
• Maintains an accurate and up to date database on ACHAP supported programmes;
• Conducts or out sources behaviour change training in order to address the identifi ed skills gaps;
• Documents project results, impact and best practice in various forms, including media stories, lessons learned, case studies, client satisfaction, etc in order to strengthen SBCC programming;
• Represents ACHAP on technical working groups/committees as required;

Desired Skills and Experience

Masters of Health Education and Promotion, Public Health or related fi eld
• At least 5 years of experience at senior offi cer level in projects of similar or related nature, size, and
complexity, with national or local governments, NGOs, or donors;
• Experience and demonstrated results in strategic behaviour change communication.
KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES
• Knowledge of and experience with the design, management and implementation of HIV and AIDS programs.
• Planning, Capacity Building, Development of M&E indicators and tools for BCC
• Database maintenance, Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision, Leadership
• Familiarity and understanding of CDC or USAID policies and procedures (highly preferred), or those of
other donors, donor-funded projects, community-based projects, or corporate social responsibility projects.
• Ability to work well with others and to develop and maintain compatibility among project staff, subcontractors, consultants, and recipients of assistance.

Country Head HR at Standard Chartered Bank

To provide advise to Bank Management, as to the effective utilisation and development of the Bank' Human Resources in line with Group Strategies and Values, while in keeping with Local Regulatory Requirements in order to maintain high standards of professionalism and Service Quality with appropriate rewards, thereby enhancing both staff and Bank Performance. 

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To help, develop, review, establish and recommend HR Policies and Procedures to enable support the Bank Strategy. 
To ensure that all staff related policies, procedures and practices are in compliance with local regulatory requirement, reflect best practices, and are within Group Guidelines, while maintaining competativeness in the market place. 
To provide a comprehensive HR service to each business funstion by way of dedicated HR Business Relationship HR Managers who will support them in all aspects of HR such as Resourcing, Performing Management, Succession and Development Planning, Reward Mananagement, Disciplinary and Grievance Resolutions, while ensuring that Fairness and Honesty are upheld in all decision making and application. 
To take the lead and/or advise, Management on issues relating to Industrial Relations, Collective Bargaining and Employee Relations. 
To ensure that adequate crisis/disaster recovery contingent planning is understaken and reviewed on a regular basis for the HR Function. 
To contribute to the Bank Budgeting process, Cost Management, and regularly advise managment on any remedial actions necessary to meet Budgetary Requirements. 
To establish, monitor and provide quality management information on the Bank Headcount and in particular, the effeciency and productivity improvement in terms of Headcount and Cost in the HR function. 
To establish and monitor Agreed Operational Controls relating to approval, processing and payments of Staff Related Expenses, Salaries, Allowances and Loans. 

Qualifications & Skills 

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Bachelors Degree in Social Sciences with inclination to HR Management, Industrial Relations or Public Administration. A professional or relevant Post Graduate qualification is an added advantage. 
Minimum of 6 years working experience in HR Management at Stragic Level. 
Strong interpersonal Relations and Team Player. 
Strong influencing and Presentation skills 
In-depth Multi Cultural Sensitivity. 
High level of Analytical Skill and Sensitivity to External Social, Economic and Political Environment. 
Good Knowledge of Employment Contracts and Labour Laws. 
Excellent networking ability. 

Diversity & Inclusion 

Standard Chartered is committed to diversity and inclusion. We believe that a work environment which embraces diversity will enable us to get the best out of the broadest spectrum of people to sustain strong business performance and competitive advantage. By building an inclusive culture, each employee can develop a sense of belonging, and have the opportunity to maximise their personal potential.

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Program Manager in Angola: Integrated Programming for Improved Nutrition

People in Need is seeking for Program Manager in Angola

Location:Bié and Huambo province
Starting date: November 2014
End date:31/12/2016
People in Need (PIN) has been active in Angola since 2006. Team of 8 expatriates and approx. 70 local staff manage programs focusing on improving education, livelihoods and food security, water sanitation and hygiene (WASH) conditions and gender-based violence. PIN programs are managed from its head office in Kuito, Bié province and field office in Huambo province. For more info see http://www.clovekvtisni.cz/en/humanitary-aid/country/angola
Program Manager is responsible for the overall management for the integrated programming for improved nutrition of PIN in Angola. In the nearest future, PIN will be implementing two nutrition integrated projects in Bié and Huambo provinces, integrating agricultural, WASH and nutrition sectors.
Main responsibilities:
  • Overall project management and implementation
  • Local team management and capacity building
  • Regular monitoring and evaluation of project activities
  • Reporting to HQ and donors
  • Cooperation with partners, donors, local authorities and communities
Main requirements:
  • Experience in designing and implementing appropriate and effective holistic nutrition programs, university degree in nutrition or health is a plus
  • Knowledge of positive deviance methodology, Behavioral Communication Change (BCC) strategies and community-based nutrition programs, experience with community management of acute malnutrition (CMAM) is a plus
  • Experience in capacity building (local partners from civil society and government)
  • Sensitivity to cross-cutting topics, specially on gender issues;
  • Excellent knowledge of English
  • At least intermediate knowledge of Portuguese essential (preferably with previous work experience in Portuguese-speaking countries, Angola in particular)
  • Experience in project management including project development, project implementation and project evaluation (PCM)
  • Experience in qualitative and quantitative surveys for nutrition-related indicators (highly desired)
  • Team management experience (at least 3 years in management positions)
  • Experience in working with communities in developing countries (experience living in a rural African context highly desired)
  • Very good communication and organizational skills
  • Team player
PIN offers:
  • Responsible and independent working position
  • Background of a well-established organization
  • Start up salary 2 880 USD per month, per diem included
  • Reimbursement of travel expenses with travel to the country of residence once per every 6 months of work
  • Reimbursement of costs of visas and vaccinations
  • Medical help desk available online
  • Travel insurance
  • Accommodation is in PIN guest house on PIN expenses
  • 25 days of paid leave annually
  • R&R: PIN will cover cost of one regional ticket up to 500 USD per year
How to apply:
If you are interested in the position, please send your CV and letter of motivation to HR@peopleinneed.cz until 16th of October 2014. Please note only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Thank you for your understanding.

Health Fellow, Covenant House, New Jersey, United States

Placement Organization: Covenant House New Jersey
Placement Location: Newark, NJ
Eligible Citizenship: Non-American
About: Covenant House New Jersey (CHNJ) is the largest privately funded provider in the State, caring for young people between the ages of 18-21 and housing up to 110 youth per night at various locations. Although a subsidiary of Covenant House International, CHNJ is incorporated separately and governed by its own Board of Directors. As an international agency, we provide shelter, transitional living, and non-residential services to youth at 20 sites throughout the United States, Canada and Central America. Covenant House has served more than 600,000 young people in its 30-year history.
Covenant House has residential programs located in four communities, Atlantic City, Newark, Elizabeth and Montclair. Covenant House also has outreach offices in Asbury Park, Camden and Jersey City. CHNJ responds to the immediate and basic needs of youth by providing a continuum of care. Services are provided 24 hours per day, 365 days per year, on a residential and non-residential basis. Our Mission is to serve suffering children of the street, regardless of race, creed, religion, ethnic origin or sexual orientation. Our philosophy of care involves building relationships with each youth and treating them with absolute respect and unconditional love. Through relationship building we are able to effectively build trust and assist the young people to move from a state of hopelessness and helplessness to optimism and independence.
Position Overview: The GHC fellow will work closely with the Service Management team, under the supervision and guidance of the Coordinator of Service Management. The position will require the conducting of wellness assessments of all youth that come through our doors in Newark. The fellow will connect our young people with the appropriate medical professionals and provide comprehensive medical case management.
Responsibilities: In keeping Covenant House current with the ever-changing policies and practices of state funded insurance and private and public hospitals, the Health Fellow will also serve as a liaison with these entities and provide updated information to the agency.
  • Conduct wellness assessments of youth and consulting on the outcomes
  • Follow-up on medical referrals
  • Medication monitoring and ordering refills
  • Update resources information
  • Escort youth to medical appointments as necessary
  • Provide educational sessions to youth on relevant medical topics by utilizing community partners
Required Skills and Experience:
  • Must be at least 22 years old
  • Proficiency in written and spoken English
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Past experience in working with the age population that we serve
  • Proficiency in using computer programs such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Ability to work with a team and independently
Living Conditions: Fellows will be provided with housing, health insurance and a living stipend of $750 (net/take home amount)*. Fellows will receive an award of $1500 upon successful completion of the fellowship year. Flights to and from the placement site and all other costs associated with GHC programming are included, plus $600 in professional development funds.
* Both international and national fellows will receive a monthly living stipend of $750, take home amount, but they may begin at different gross amounts because of visa and tax requirements.
To apply to this position click here: http://ghcorps.org/fellows/apply/application/

Research and Evaluation Fellow, Children’s Health Fund, New York, United States

Placement Organization: Children’s Health Fund
Placement Location: New York, NY
Eligible Citizenship: Non-American
About: Low-income children throughout the United States are in worse health and have a harder time getting health care than their wealthier peers. To overcome access barriers and health disparities, Children’s Health Fund (CHF) brings comprehensive, continuous health care right to the children and families who need it most, regardless of ability to pay. The Fund supports a network of 25 mobile medical and community-based programs in 17 states and the Districtof Columbia.
CHF’s dedicated doctors, nurses, social workers, nutritionists and other compassionate professionals each year provide over 250,000 visits to over 83,000 children and families who might not otherwise receive the quality health care they deserve.
Position Overview: The Research and Evaluation Fellow will be part of an interdisciplinary team focused on program evaluation and applied research, that is, the development and implementation of studies intended to provide data and evidence that support improved health care services and outcomes for vulnerable populations. The research and evaluation work is used to design and follow outcome data associated with grant deliverables, and may be used to influence clinical care and inform and support advocacy activities. In addition, the fellow will contribute to ongoing quality improvement and program assessment efforts, including analysis of administrative data from the CHF National Network programs to describe patient demographics, scope of services provided, and, to the extent possible, efficacy of services delivered. The fellow will also participate in the program development and other activities of the Medical Affairs team (such as special initiative development and local events).
Responsibilities:
  • Work collaboratively with CHF staff to support Chief Medical Officer, Senior Directors of Applied Research and of Program Assessment & Development, and interface with Government Affairs Department staff for policy and advocacy work.
  • Data entry
  • Conduct literature reviews
  • Conduct supervised data analyses
  • Write reports summarizing results and potential applications of data analyses
  • Contribute to quality improvement studies including the feedback of results into programs to improve quality of care
  • Contribute to the development of strategies to leverage results of studies to support CHF advocacy positions
  • Contribute to reports for internal use
  • Add to papers describing original research submitted for publication in peer-reviewed journals, white papers, monographs and other CHF documents for online publication and targeted dissemination
Required Skills and Experience:
  • Self-directed and able to work independently
  • Ability to work as part of an interdisciplinary team
  • Strong writing skills
  • Research experience including proficiency with Excel and SPSS
  • Knowledge of health care and issues specific to child and community health
  • Strong attention to detail
Preferred Skills and Experience:
  • Interest in health policy
  • Interest in serving poor and vulnerable communities
  • Exemplary professional etiquette
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Proven ability to manage large workloads and multi-task
Living Conditions: Fellows will be provided with housing, health insurance and a living stipend of $750 (net/take home amount)*. Fellows will receive an award of $1500 upon successful completion of the fellowship year. Flights to and from the placement site and all other costs associated with GHC programming are included, plus $600 in professional development funds.
* Both international and national fellows will receive a monthly living stipend of $750, take home amount, but they may begin at different gross amounts because of visa and tax requirements.
To apply to this position click here: http://ghcorps.org/fellows/apply/application/

Recreation and Wellness Program Manager, Boys and Girls Clubs of Newark, New Jersey, United States

Placement Organization: Boys and Girls Clubs of Newark
Placement Location: Newark, NJ
Eligible Citizenship: Non-American
About: The Boys & Girls Clubs of Newark (BGCN) seeks to provide a world-class Club experience that assures success is within reach of every young person who enters our doors, with all members on track to graduate from high school with a plan for the future, demonstrating good character and citizenship, and living a healthy lifestyle.
BGCN’s team of dedicated youth development professionals along with volunteers are focused on helping young people – especially those children considered at-risk – by providing a wide range of programs and services through after school and summer camp experiences.
Moving forward, BGCN plans to expand its programming in the area of health and wellness. Specifically, efforts are  underway to establish a Sports, Recreation, Wellness & Fitness Department. This effort will center on Triple Play, a  comprehensive health and wellness program, developed in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Triple Play strives to improve the overall health of Club members (ages 5-18) by increasing their daily physical activity, teaching them good nutrition and helping them develop healthy relationships. Some activities include an urban garden and instructional kitchen. In addition, competitive sports leagues –basketball, swimming, etc. – will be developed.
BGCN is a not-for-profit organization celebrating 75 years of service in Newark, NJ.
Position Overview: The Global Health Corps fellow would be responsible for helping to define and develop the Sports, Recreation, Wellness & Fitness program at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Newark. This individual would work closely with the Chief Executive Officer and key BGCN staff members to help build, organize and manage this program area. The fellow would also help design an evaluation tool to measure the impact of the Sports, Recreation, Wellness & Fitness programs on Club members.
Responsibilities:
  • Work with the team to help define and develop the Sports, Recreation, Wellness & Fitness department and its programs
  • Help to identify financial resources and shape a model to sustain the programs under the Sports, Recreation, Wellness  & Fitness department
  • Assist in developing program structure and calendar
  • Help train staff members and volunteers to deliver healthy lifestyle programming
  • Work on an outreach plan to effectively market the programs under the Sports, Recreation, Wellness & Fitness department
  • Help forge strategic partnerships with organizations and institutions that relate to BGCN healthy lifestyle programming
  • Work on the development of an evaluation method/tool to measure the impact of BGCN healthy lifestyle programming
Required Skills and Experience:
  • Proven computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft software (including MS Word, Excel spreadsheets), email programs
  • Proven verbal and written communication skills
  • Experience designing, implementing and managing social service programs
  • Team builder and player
  • Strong awareness of healthy lifestyle strategies and programs
  • Research skills
  • External partnership building
Preferred Skills and Experience:
  • Master’s in Public Health or Physical Education
  • Fluency in Spanish
  • Youth Development
Living Conditions: Fellows will be provided with housing, health insurance and a living stipend of $750 (net/take home amount)*. Fellows will receive an award of $1500 upon successful completion of the fellowship year. Flights to and from the placement site and all other costs associated with GHC programming are included, plus $600 in professional development funds.
* Both international and national fellows will receive a monthly living stipend of $750, take home amount, but they may begin at different gross amounts because of visa and tax requirements.
To apply to this position click here: http://ghcorps.org/fellows/apply/application/

Programs and Evaluation Fellow, Single Stop USA, New York, United States

Placement Organization: Single Stop USA
Placement Location: New York, NY
Eligible Citizenship: Non-American
About: Piloted by the Robin Hood Foundation in New York City in 2001, Single Stop works holistically through a range of community-based partnerships to help families access existing resources to build economic security and move toward long-term self-sufficiency. In 2007, Single Stop USA, a national nonprofit organization, was created to bring the local program to national scale. Currently, Single Stop USA operates approximately 90 sites at locations across the country. In 2010 alone, Single Stop helped more than 120,000 families access more than $412 million in such benefits and services as health insurance and SNAP, financial, legal and tax preparation services. That’s an average of $3,400 per family.
Single Stop works through community based organizations and community colleges – targeting low-income families and students to help them access multiple public benefits (including health insurance and nutrition assistance), legal counseling, financial counseling and free tax preparation. Single Stop’s national community college initiative focuses on helping students access the financial resources they need to help them stay in school and graduate.
Position Overview: Single Stop USA’s Programs and Evaluation Fellow will report to the Director of Research & Evaluation. The Fellow will support the evaluation and program teams through research, writing, and data analysis and management. The Fellow will contribute to the work of the research and evaluation team at Single Stop USA and will provide support as requested to the programs team.
Responsibilities:
  • Conduct analyses of Single Stop’s data on program outcomes and demographics of Single Stop clients, including analyses of individual-level data using statistical methods
  • Prepare presentations and reports for funders, Board, program staff and policymakers analyzing data
  • Visualizing data by presenting results in table, chart and graphical form; pull data as requested for meetings, presentations, proposals and reports
  • Draft narratives and reports summarizing findings
  • Provide support to the program staff with tracking data on special projects
  • Assist and train site staff with monitoring their performance data and developing evaluation toolkits
  • Help with updates on Benefits Enrollment Network and data tracking as needed
  • Assist in producing monthly, quarterly and annual reports on progress and outcomes
  • Prepare monthly briefs and quarterly staff presentations; monitor reports, information, and news relevant to Single Stop; provide updates on findings and statistics for Development and other departments; keep Single Stop information up to date
  • Conduct literature reviews and draft reports and memos as requested
  • Aid in the development of data and reporting trainings for program staff and site coordinators
  • Provide feedback on materials prepared by outside evaluators
  • Support the evaluation and Program teams on an ongoing basis
  • Assist with special projects and training on the Programs team
  • Work at one of Single Stop’s sites and assist in program development
Required Skills and Experience:
  • Commitment to Single Stop USA’s poverty fighting mission
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills
  • Very strong written and oral presentation skills
  • Flexibility and ability to multitask
  • Experience with and commitment to working with low-income families and individuals
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
  • Entrepreneurial spirit
  • Attention to detail
Preferred Skills and Experience:
  • Experience with data analysis and/or public policy research and writing
  • Knowledge and understanding of public benefits, including public health insurance, nutrition assistance, housing vouchers, etc.
  • Training in public policy, public health, public administration, social work and/or counseling helpful
Living Conditions: Fellows will be provided with housing, health insurance and a living stipend of $750 (net/take home amount)*. Fellows will receive an award of $1500 upon successful completion of the fellowship year. Flights to and from the placement site and all other costs associated with GHC programming are included, plus $600 in professional development funds.
* Both international and national fellows will receive a monthly living stipend of $750, take home amount, but they may begin at different gross amounts because of visa and tax requirements.
To apply to this position click here: http://ghcorps.org/fellows/apply/application/

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