Shrinking the Malaria Map

UCSF Global Health Group’s Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI)


Opportunities with the Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI)

Program Manager, Spatial Epidemiology 

Job Summary
The Program Manager, Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI), Spatial Epidemiology, will manage all aspects of the DiSARM project. They will develop communications materials (website, platform descriptions, training materials, fundraising collateral, etc.) related to the DiSARM project, will manage internal communications with MEI and DiSARM team members (which includes a field team based in Swaziland and researchers and post-doctoral students based at UCSF), liaise and coordinate with external project partners, collaborators and funders, and will represent the DiSARM team internationally at conferences, workshops, trainings and meetings with users (including Ministries of Health in Africa). In partnership with the DiSARM Lead, they will co-lead fundraising efforts and support the development of funding proposals and applications.

The Program Manager will also lead in-country data collection and analysis of monitoring and evaluation data, such as costing data, key stakeholder interviews to assess the usability and impact of the platform more generally, and other process and impact indicators. They will also support the Principal Investigator across other project activities as they arise, including reporting to funders, etc.

This position is based in San Francisco; international and domestic travel will be required.

Please note: This is a full time contract position with confirmed funding through May 31, 2019, with high likelihood of renewal through May 2020 based on funding approval.

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