Location: United States
Reports to: Chief Program Officer
The Program Manager will work closely with the Chief Program Officer (CPO), Senior Program Manager, and Haiti leadership teams to ensure that existing programs at St. Boniface Hospital are properly implemented and effectively run, as well as to support the development of new programs when needed. For the first six months, the role will be focused largely on the launch and initial management of a large USAID award. After that time, the USAID award will form a smaller portion of the role’s portfolio.
USAID Project Responsibilities:
- Support project launch and startup activities, including:
- Developing tracking and documentation tools
- Liaising with Haiti team to monitor progress of startup activities (initial meetings, trainings, contract signing, etc.)
- Developing programmatic documents as needed (scope of work, job descriptions, etc.)
- Monitor progress toward project targets
- Assist project leadership team with monthly and quarterly reporting, including compiling information as well as editing and proofreading drafts (drafts will be in English but written by non-native speakers)
- Liaise with Development team regularly to report off-track activities or targets and develop plans for adjusting schedules or deliverables as needed
- Assist CPO and Senior Program Manager with the implementation of program-specific activities and ensure that all set objectives are met
- Support CPO and Senior Program Manager in developing and refining management protocols and documentation systems for grant-funded projects
- In collaboration with CPO, develop organization-wide system for tracking all hospital program activities and maintaining basic programmatic information
- Support CPO and Senior Program Manager in ensuring that qualitative and quantitative outcomes are accurately collected and recorded
- Assist FdB staff in creating and maintaining a detailed project schedule for all programmatic activities
- Serve as a liaison between the FdB and US based staff for data gathering and tracking
- Liaise with FdB staff to gather and organize information necessary for grant applications and reports to foundations/USG
- Work with US based staff on requisition, purchasing and procurement of all budgeted materials
- Develop and maintain external relations and networking with other hospital and NGOs to strengthen referral networks and partnerships.
- Compile information and provide to development staff for proposal and report development
- Work with development team to identify grant activities and targets for new and existing programs during the proposal development process
- Work with the Communications Manager to find opportunities to promote HEI’s work for program areas within portfolio
- Other duties as assigned
- Master’s degree or higher in Public Health, Epidemiology, Community Health, or related field;
- At least 3 years of professional experience in management of large national and/or international health sector development projects;
- Excellent management, coordination, teamwork, and planning skills, with a demonstrated ability to work effectively with multiple host-country counterparts in the public and non-governmental sectors;
- Strong written, oral, communications, and presentation skills
- Fluent in English; proficiency in Haitian Creole and/or French a plus
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications
- Salary commensurate with experience
- 401(k) with employer match
- Health, dental and vision insurance
- Generous vacation and sick time
- Hybrid schedule
We are a dynamic and committed team dedicated to health equity and improving global health. Our small Boston-area office oversees financial management and fundraising for St Boniface Hospital, located in southern Haiti. SBH is run entirely by Haitian staff and reflects HEI’s mission and values: we believe in local leadership, strong community partnerships, and that all people deserve high quality, dignified health care.
This is an excellent opportunity for a development professional looking to take the next step in their career. HEI offers competitive salaries and generous benefits to its employees. Diversity, inclusion, and equity are an organizational priority, and our office environment fosters openness and collaboration across teams.
HEI/SBH is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.
How to Apply:
Please submit your cover letter and resume to email@example.com with the subject line “Program Manager”. Only applications that include a cover letter will be considered. Please note that applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Due to the high volume of applicants, we will only contact those who are being considered for an interview. Thank you for your interest in HEI/SBH.