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Sociedad Española de Medicina Tropical y Salud Internacional
Ofertas de trabajo
Fecha de publicación: 01/06/2022
Director/Deputy Director NTDs
Organization: FIND, the global alliance for diagnostics, seeks to ensure equitable access to reliable diagnosis around the world. We connect countries and communities, funders, decision-makers, healthcare providers and developers to spur diagnostic innovation and make testing an integral part of sustainable, resilient health systems. We are working to save 1 million lives through accessible, quality diagnosis, and save US$1 billion in healthcare costs to patients and health systems. We are co-convener of the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator diagnostics pillar, and a WHO Collaborating Centre for Laboratory Strengthening and Diagnostic Technology Evaluation.
Location: FIND Headquarters in Switzerland OR FIND Country offices in either South Africa, Kenya, India or Viet Nam
Reporting to: Chief Medical Officer (CMO)
Aply link: https://finddx.intranet.digital/external/en/jobs/710ae25a-59c3-486c-b4eb-84c4d80a3f6c
Please send your application by 22 June 2022
We are seeking a highly motivated individual that is driven and committed to achieving FIND’s ambitious goals in the Diagnostics field. The desired candidate will be a mission-focused person, strategic minded with outstanding leadership and management skills, extensive implementation experience in LMICs, with good communication skills, and deep commitment to contributing towards achieving FIND’s strategic objectives in Neglected Tropical Diseases.
This is a Director / Deputy Director level position responsible for the leadership of FIND’s activities in NTDs. The successful candidate will manage a disease programme team, providing leadership, prioritization, and strategic direction, and will develop and oversee the execution of a portfolio of projects that address gaps in the availability and use of diagnostic tests for FIND’s NTD priority diseases, in order to eventually position FIND as a go-to organization for diagnostics for NTDs. Currently, and in alignment with the 2021-2030 World Health Organization (WHO) roadmap for NTDs, the FIND NTD programme has active projects in Buruli ulcer, Chagas disease, human African trypanosomiasis, schistosomiasis, and visceral leishmaniasis; and is conducting exploratory activities in onchocerciasis and lymphatic filariasis. This position will be part of FIND’s Leadership team and will be involved in strategic decision making.
This position requires up to 25% travel.
Provide strategic leadership to the programme
• Define a vision and a strategy for the NTD programme, to position FIND as a recognized leader in the field of NTDs and to promote a wider understanding of the role of diagnostics in disease control, elimination, surveillance, and eradication
• With support of FIND regional offices, build up relationships with stakeholders, policy makers, donors, industries, and other leading agencies in NTDs, for early engagement and consultation, and to define and facilitate the implementation of the programme strategy
• Increase the visibility of FIND as a central player in the field of NTDs by representing FIND and the global community during advocacy meetings, scientific meetings, and convenings of the WHO and other relevant bodies concerned with NTDs, as well as through publications, including in peer-reviewed journals.
• Working with FIND’s Technology and Development team and external partners in academia and industry, define the need for, and support product development for new tests that can support clinical management, as well as control and elimination programs
• Working with FIND’s Medical Affairs team and external investigators, oversee the design, planning, and execution of rigorous and high-quality proof-of-concept, validation, and clinical studies for new tests that meet international standards and target requirements
• Working with FIND’s Access team and external partners, oversee the design, planning, and execution of pilot programs that can scale, and when scaled, can address the needs for testing and linkages to treatment and prevention in low- and middle-income countries
• Working with FIND’s Impact team and external partners, establish strategies through which new and existing diagnostic tests and diagnostic strategies can be implemented to deliver impact on health outcomes and/or effective and efficient health service delivery
Oversee programme activities and manage team members to ensure programmatic delivery
• Lead and manage a team of scientists and project managers to execute against established programme goals to ensure timely accomplishment of milestones
• Create an enabling environment that motivates and inspires the members of the team
• Represent and advocate for the NTD team internally, across FIND departments
• Ensure that activities are of the highest quality, in accordance with global norms for diagnostic tests and the quality systems requirements of FIND and organizational partners
• Ensure that projects and partner investigators maintain standards of good clinical practice and compliance with quality standards
• Enable appropriate internal review of projects, through written and verbal reports to FIND’s executive team and FIND’s scientific advisory committee
• Support the publication of peer-reviewed articles, reports and presentations
• Organize regular internal cross-team project reviews as appropriate (e.g., business development, communication, and fundraising)
• Contribute to fundraising activities by identifying new funding opportunities and providing direct support to proposal and report writing
• Comprehensive knowledge of NTDs in general, with expert knowledge of at least one NTD, and familiarity and comfort with diagnostics, diagnostics development, clinical trials, and health service delivery in low- and middle-income countries
• At least 10 years of experience in academic, clinical, public health, industry or related settings, working on NTDs control, elimination, or surveillance (prevention, diagnosis, and/or treatment)
• Strong track record in peer-reviewed publishing in the field of NTDs.
• Advanced degree, such as PhD and/or MSc in scientific subjects and/or MD or MPH
• Extended network of collaborators in academia, funders, global health institutions, industry and national institutions in NTD endemic countries, as well as expertise working with WHO, strongly desired
• Comprehensive understanding of public health issues, and passionate about improving the quality of life of people living in low- and middle-income countries
• Hands-on project management experience in health, ideally with multi-country teams and/or with significant experience in NTD endemic countries desired
• Demonstrated leadership and decision-making skills, and experience managing cross-functional teams with diverse expertise
• Outstanding organizational skills and ability to set clear priorities
• Financial acumen, strong analytical skills, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, strong presentation skills (including the ability to present to different audiences and communicate public health issues in a concise, professional manner)
• Excellent problem-solving skills
• Ability to work independently and flexibly in a resource-limited environment
• Team player comfortable working in a multi-cultural environment
• Fluent in verbal and written English; other languages are a strong advantage
Fecha de publicación: 01/06/2022
SENIOR/ CLINICAL PROJECT MANAGERS – Medicines Development for Global Health
Medicines Development for Global Health develops medicines and vaccines for neglected diseases. Our approach is to bring together the ideas of researchers with our development expertise and passion to develop new products that will be life changing for millions. We are a non-profit company – all funds in excess of expenses are devoted to this purpose.
Our team brings a depth of expertise from within the pharmaceutical and global health sectors in clinical studies, project management, pharmaceutical development and regulatory submissions. With a growing product portfolio, we have a need for two additional Clinical Project Managers to join our expanding team, to support current as well as future studies.
Make a lasting impact on global health equity
• 1 x Role working in African/European time zone
• 1 x Role working in Asia-Pacific time zone (with flexible Melbourne office-based working available)
• Strong project management focus
Contacto: Janine Pickering, MDGH People and Organisation Consultant – firstname.lastname@example.org or +61 419 248 776.
About the roles
Reporting to the Associate Director – Clinical, you will work as part of our clinical team to provide in-house project management across a range of clinical studies.
You will work across the full range of clinical activities including complex ethics and regulatory submissions, drug supply, vendors and budgets across a range of regulatory settings and be working within a multidisciplinary team that includes colleagues specializing in drug supply, regulatory, medical, statistical and pharmacology aspects of clinical development. Specifically, you will:
• Develop clinical trial protocols and/or other technical and study documents
• Prepare requests for proposal for monitoring, data management, statistics and clinical supplies services and evaluate submitted proposals
• Coordinate and oversee contracted services and ensure all activities align with project milestones and timelines
• Participate in the analysis and reporting of clinical data.
Role #1: Candidates in African or European time-zones preferred
Our moxidectin for Onchocerciasis (River Blindness) project is at an important stage of development, with our establishment of a second Phase 3b study site in Ivory Coast expected to contribute to enrolment of up to 12,500 subjects. This is an exciting opportunity to work with our current project manager and a multi-disciplinary team across the full range of clinical activities and make a direct impact in your field. Working closely with our clinical teams in sub-Saharan Africa and our partner non-governmental organisation, you will coordinate a range of activities for the study focused on quality and consistency across the sites, with the ultimate aim to inform development of guidelines for moxidectin in community directed treatment programs. Proficiency in both English and French is essential for this role.
Role #2: Candidates in Asia-Pacific time-zone preferred
In this role you will manage Phase 2 clinical studies of the efficacy and safety of moxidectin in Scabies and of CC-11050 (AMG 634) for Leprosy. Each programme has unique characteristics and objectives and will present different challenges, including the opportunity to work on multi-country multi-site studies in both middle and low-income countries. These studies are forecasted to begin in Q1 2023 and your initial focus will be managing site feasibility, selection and an efficient, study start up process. These are pivotal, critical path studies which will inform the Phase 3 program for both compounds. Proficiency in English is essential, and a language or languages in addition to English would be an advantage for this role.
For both roles, we are looking for candidates with a background in clinical development, outstanding project management and communication skills, attention to detail and a good understanding of regulatory requirements. A thorough understanding of GCP is essential. You will have a passion for health equity and an eagerness to jump in to assist other team members when required to deliver on company goals. The studies
will be conducted in Africa and other rural health communities, hence African experience would be ideal in a candidate for the Onchocerciasis role and highly valued for the Scabies/Leprosy role, in the first instance.
Occasional domestic and international travel may be required to conduct site visits and for meetings with collaborators and funders. Relevant tertiary qualifications in science or a health discipline are essential.
Why work for us?
This is a great opportunity to join a friendly, inclusive team committed to making a difference. We put people first, with a strong focus on employee well-being and professional growth and development.
MDGH is a place where everyone has a voice. We pride ourselves on our teamwork and openness, both with our staff and in our relationships with our partners, study participants, and other like-minded organisations where we share ideas and information to advance global health equity. We champion diversity, inclusion and equality, and encourage talented people from all backgrounds, abilities and identities to apply.
We are a work anywhere company, which means you can choose to work in the environment that works best for you to get the job done.
We offer a competitive market-based salary package tailored to country of residence including fringe benefits which are tax exempt for Australian based staff. Both roles are on-going full-time positions, and we anticipate that the successful candidate will continue to work in their chosen location and transition to new projects as they come online and resource is available.
Fecha de publicación: 13/04/2022
Responsable de proyectos de salud de la Fundación FC Barcelona
La Fundación FC Barcelona, entidad sin ánimo de lucro que tiene como misión apoyar a niños, niñas y jóvenes vulnerables a través del deporte y la educación en valores, con el objetivo de contribuir a una sociedad más inclusiva e igualitaria, busca incorporar un/a Program Manager cuya misión es liderar los proyectos del área de acceso a la salud, hábitos y bienestar emocional de la Fundación.
Contacto: Paco Sanz León – email@example.com
La persona seleccionada será responsable de:
1. Planificar y ejecutar los proyectos internacionales que lidere, realizando el seguimiento técnico y económico de los mismos, optimizando al máximo los recursos humanos, económicos, logísticos y técnicos disponibles.
2. Supervisar a las entidades locales implementadoras de los proyectos.
3. Planificar y controlar el presupuesto asignado para cada proyecto.
4. Asegurar la integración del enfoque holístico de la Fundación en los proyectos.
5. Coordinación con contrapartes y autoridades, tanto locales como internacionales.
6. Aprobar y supervisar los informes justificativos a los financiadores.
7. Coordinar el traspaso de información con otras áreas de la Fundación (finanzas, comunicación, fundraising).
8. Contribuir al desarrollo del plan estratégico de la Fundación, especialmente en el componente de salud internacional, recomendando y asesorando según la propia área de especialización.
9. Identificar, evaluar y recomendar nuevas propuestas de actuación.
10. Garantizar el cumplimiento en los proyectos y por parte de las entidades implementadoras y demás contrapartes del código ético, así como de otros documentos y políticas de comportamiento, buenas prácticas y transparencia del FC Barcelona.
Formación mínima requerida:
• Titulación superior en Enfermería y/o Medicina.
• Máster en salud pública y/o tropical y/o cooperación.
• Nivel alto de catalán, castellano, inglés y francés (muy valorable portugués).
Experiencia mínima requerida:
• Experiencia mínima de 8 años (3 de ellos, en terreno) en gestión de proyectos de salud internacional y cooperación.
• Experiencia de trabajo con equipos multidisciplinares i multiculturales.
• Experiencia demostrable en la realización de memorias e informes técnicos y económicos de programas y proyectos.
• Conocimiento de Marco Lógico y ciclo de vida de proyecto.
• Experiencia de trabajo con contrapartes.
– Indispensable disponibilidad para viajar.
– Contar con la documentación indispensable para poder viajar (Pasaporte COVID).
– Formación en Género y/o EGyBDH, deseable.
– Puesto basado en Barcelona.
– Salario según convenio propio.
– Jornada laboral de 38 horas semanales.
– Vacaciones de 25 días laborables
– Beneficios laborales según convenio.
– Fecha inicio: ASAP
– Contrato indefinido.