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How often do people say they want to make a difference in the world? Project HOPE employees actually do. We provide an environment where each employee can come to work, contribute to a meaningful mission, and enjoy rewarding and challenging careers.

Our international team of over 500 engaged employees work in more than 30 countries making a positive impact on the global health challenges facing people around the world. Working in collaboration with local governments and other nongovernmental organizations, our employees help build sustainable health programs in the areas of Infectious Diseases, Noncommunicable Diseases, Women's and Children's Health, Health System Strengthening and Humanitarian Assistance. 

Do you have the expertise, insight and commitment to contribute to our team? If so, we offer you the opportunity to collaborate with worthy colleagues and beneficiaries around the globe in shaping interventions that make a genuine difference. We're looking for experienced professionals who not only align with our values of Respect, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence, but also want to make a difference, develop and inspire others, drive innovative ideas and deliver results.

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Join a highly professional, international team and contribute to Project HOPE's mission of: Helping people help themselves...efficiently, effectively…for the long term. If you are unable to access our application due to a disability, please contact us at (540) 837-9433 and we will be glad to assist you.

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Highlighted Jobs

  • Mozambique Malaria Control Project - RFA Vacancies
    The purpose of the Malaria Control Program, Mozambique is to reduce malaria mortality in Mozambique through the improvement of service delivery of malaria in pregnancy, case management, behavior change communication (BCC), monitoring and evaluation, and capacity building at the provincial, district, and facility levels

  • Director, Major Gifts
    Reporting to the VP of Development and Communications, the Director, Major Gifts leads the management, organization and planning of the activities for the major gifts program. In particular, h/she directs the fundraising, and coordinates the fundraising efforts among colleagues and donors and volunteers. The Director, Major Gifts demonstrates strong performance and experience as a field officer, solicitor of gifts, manager of staff and volunteers, and a development team member.

  • Major Gifts Officer
    Working closely with the Development Team, the CEO and the Board of Directors of Project HOPE the Major Gifts Officer will develop and present a gift planning strategy that will ensure that major gifts are secured for the organization. The manager for major gifts will be part of a strategic effort to build a first in-class Major Gifts Program with the aim of raising $40M plus over the next ten years. This is a start-up position with a strong emphasis on major gifts.

  • Chief of Party, CAR TB Program
    Project HOPE is seeking a long term, full-time Chief of Party (COP) to provide leadership to USAID CAR TB program.

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Project HOPE Recruitment
255 Carter Hall Lane
PO Box 250
Millwood , VA 22646

Fax: 540-837-9052

recruitment@projecthope.org

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