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Global Health Corps (GHC) mobilizes a global community of emerging leaders to build the movement for health equity. GHC believes young leaders with diverse backgrounds and a deep commitment to collaboration, innovation, and social justice are going to revolutionize how the world tackles its toughest health challenges. We strongly believe our GHC community is the new breed of leaders that the world desperately needs.
Through a competitive recruitment process, we identify daring and innovative university graduates and early- to mid-career professionals from around the world and pair them with amazing partner organizations and government agencies in the US, East Africa (Rwanda and Uganda), and Southern Africa (Malawi and Zambia). Our fellows spend a year in their placement devoting their unstoppable energy to making the world a healthier place for all people, everywhere. Whether they are working with a small grassroots organization like HIPS in Washington, DC to ensure sex workers have access to critical health services, or with the Ministry of Health in Zambia researching patient use of HIV testing and counseling, each fellow plays an essential role in the health equity movement.
Fellows come together five times a year for additional training, community building, leadership development, and mentorship to become audacious, resilient, and highly-networked changemakers. Each one of our fellows has the capacity to change the world – and many already are – and we are grateful to work closely with them to amplify their impact. Since its founding in 2009, GHC has supported nearly 600 fellows working at various levels of the health system, across issue areas and across continents, and our community gets stronger every year.
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The Impact and Learning Manager is a well-organized, hard-working individual in our small, entrepreneurial team in New York City. The ideal candidate thrives in an informal, fast-paced, start-up environment and is excited to build out impact evaluation at GHC. The ideal candidate:
Is a systems thinker to their core – able to design systems and think outside the box
Gets excited by solving problems
Is a self-starter
Enjoys working collaboratively in a team and helping teammates to utilize data to create impact
Demonstrates excellent attention to detail
The Impact and Learning Manager reports to the Director of Community Engagement filling a pivotal role in a small, dynamic team spread across five countries. Because innovative thinking is valued, there will be many opportunities to grow and experiment. This role will be instrumental in the development of internal monitoring and evaluation systems that deliver useful data and feedback to teams across GHC.
Specific responsibilities include:
Program Impact and Team Learning
- Program Impact and Team Learning
- Develop partnerships with organizations and experts to support, train, and advise our community in impact areas aligned with our Theory of Impact
- Develop partnerships with external researchers to demonstrate GHC’s impact in the its countries of operation and share evidence of GHC’s model with the scientific community
- Support GHC program staff to examine findings, and incorporate insights as a part of iterative program planning
- Work with GHC colleagues to share and promote the organizations outcomes and impact in the public domain
- Identify areas of organizational improvement and growth for GHC based on learnings from assorted evaluation tools and the organization’s strategic plan; work across all teams at GHC to implement operational changes as needed
Systems Design, Implementation and Management
- Oversee and manage GHC’s measurement system, ensuring the implementation of measurement tools and systems in line with the organization’s Theory of Impact
- Develop systems and standard operating procedures to collect and track GHC’s impact on fellowship alumni’s leadership development and career trajectories
- Support program staff to design assessments, measurement tools, and surveys to answer priority questions in order to drive decision-making
- Manage and maintain GHCs internal database (Salesforce) to ensure data integrity and efficient use of data
Data Collection, Analysis and Management
- Lead the organization by establishing best practices and supporting GHC staff with data collection, management, and reporting
- Conduct qualitative and quantitative analysis on GHC fellows’ and partner organization’s feedback related to their experience with the program, including formative feedback on individual training and programmatic components
- Work with GHC’s development and communications teams to synthesize findings for external audiences including donors, fellow applicants, and media
- Develop dashboards and standard reports to share across organizational teams and with GHC leadership
- 5-7 years experience conducting program evaluation, ideally related to educational or training initiatives
- Experience working in the field of global health
- Experience with quantitative and qualitative research methods
- Experience conducting successful data collection activities, ideally across geographically and culturally diverse populations
- Experience with survey design, implementation, and management. Proficient with SurveyMonkey and Google forms
- Proficiency with Microsoft Excel (in-depth knowledge of pivot tables and vlookup is essential)
- Proficiency with SalesForce or similar CRM database required; knowledge of Google Analytics preferred
- Familiarity or experience with various data analysis software programs (e.g. STATA, SPSS, Nvivo, etc.)
- Interest and familiarity with social network analysis
- Strong communication skills
- Cultural humility
- Demonstrated experience working across teams and functions to facilitate discussions and determine needs; flexibility working across time zones to enable effective collaboration with colleagues
- Interest in leadership development
This position requires exceptional passion for our work, experience with managing monitoring and evaluation systems, and the ability to thrive in a dynamic work environment.