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.
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.
Chief Compliance and Legal Officer
The Chief Compliance and Legal Officer will have principal responsibility for the Organization’s day-to-day legal and regulatory advice and providing reasonable assurance to Senior Management and the Board of Directors that there are effective and efficient policies and procedures in place, well understood and respected by employees, and that the Organization is complying with applicable country laws and regulatory requirements while meeting HOPE’s organizational operating policies, procedures, and Standards of Conduct.
Director of Finance, Namibia (Local)
The Director of Finance supports successful program development and implementation by overseeing all financial and administration operations to ensure full compliance with donor regulations and Project HOPE internal requirements
TB/HIV Technical Director, Namibia
Provide programmatic and technical leadership and guidance in the implementation of Project HOPE’s TB Programs, Global Fund, USAID and KNCV.
Community Nurse, Namibia
The Community nurse is responsible for the implementation of the Referrals and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)/PMTCT and defaulter tracing activities, HIV testing and linkage to care, work closely with community groups, nutrition component of the Adherence and Retention project in their assigned region.
Legacy Writer/Editor, USAID TB Control Program
Project HOPE under the USAID TB Control Program is seeking an experienced Writer/Editor Consultant to develop a high-level legacy report representing a detailed compendium highlighting successes and achievements of USAID-supported programs in the field of tuberculosis (TB) control in five newly independent states of Central Asia (CAR): Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan since 1995.
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