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Expat_list Email Alert  Fred Thomas
 Feb 28, 2000 09:13 PST 
PATH. seeks candidates for the following positions. Apply directly to
the address given in the job descriptions.


INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT & HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE


PATH (Program for Appropriate Technology in Health)
PATH is an internationally recognized nonprofit organization involved in
the development, implementation, and transfer of health technologies.
Our primary focus is improving the health of women and children world
wide. An emphasis is placed on improving the quality of reproductive
health services and on preventing and reducing the impact of widespread
communicable diseases. Visit our website at www.path.org to learn more
about our organization.


Position: Program Officer for Procurement/Technical Assistance (#812)
PATH seeks a Program Officer for its Seattle Program Site to help
design, manage and conduct procurement training and technical assistance
in developing and transitional countries and assist in conceptualizing
new approaches under health care reform. Position requires in-depth
knowledge of international competitive bidding and procurement process,
all phases of procurement cycle and working familiarity with World Bank
procurement guidelines. Expected education and experience: masters in
relevant field, at least 10 years in developing countries on a
consulting or resident basis managing projects that emphasize health
commodity supply, preferably to include vaccines and contraceptives.
Expertise in international trade, finance, transportation, curriculum
design/materials and strong computer skills especially spreadsheets and
graphics. Ideal candidate has analytical, problem solving, presentation
skills, and creativity. French or Russian language a plus. Up to 40%
travel annual!
ly.


Salary range: $57,750-72,430+ DOE and excellent benefits. Relocation
allowance provided per PATH policies.


Please send curriculum vitae with salary requirement in confidence,
citing position and job number, to the attention of Dorothy Culjat,
Human Resources Recruitment Officer, PATH, E-MAIL: dcul-@path.org or
mail to 4 Nickerson Street, Seattle, WA 98109-1699.



Position: Health Economist (#636)
PATH seeks a health economist for its Seattle Program Site to take a
lead role in the research, analysis, and reporting of economic and
social implications of introducing new/modified technologies and
clinical interventions into the health programs of transition economies
both developed and developing. Ideal candidate will have a masters
degree in economics with health emphasis, special knowledge of health
technologies, experience designing and analyzing cost-effectiveness
studies and technology assessment analysis as well as clinical outcomes
research experience. Fluent English and excellent oral and written
communication skills. Good quantitative analysis skills and computer
skills. Available for domestic and international travel 30% annually.
At least four years developing country experience or equivalent.
Competitive salary DOE with excellent benefits and relocation allowance
per PATH policies.


Please send curriculum vitae with salary requirement in confidence,
citing position and job number, to the attention of Dorothy Culjat,
Human Resources Recruitment Officer, PATH, E-MAIL: dcul-@path.org or
mail to 4 Nickerson Street, Seattle, WA 98109-1699



INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION & FOREIGN LANGUAGE SUPPORT


PATH (Program for Appropriate Technology in Health)
PATH is an internationally recognized nonprofit organization involved in
the development, implementation, and transfer of health technologies.
Our primary focus is improving the health of women and children world
wide. An emphasis is place on improving the quality of reproductive
health services and on preventing and reducing the impact of widespread
communicable diseases. Visit our website at www.path.org to learn more
about our organization.


Position: Controller (#803)
PATH seeks a Controller for its Seattle Headquarters to provide overall
leadership for the Accounting and Finance Units of Administration,
Finance and Human Resources and serve as chief compliance officer for
donor and PATH accounting and finance policies and procedures. Ed/Exp.
BA degree in a related field required; masters and CPA preferred. Ten
plus years of directly related experience. Strong working knowledge of
USAID rules and regulations for both contracts and cooperative
agreements. Direct experience with A-133 and USAID audits of
USAID-funded projects. Familiarity with creating and managing
computer-based solutions to accounting and financial management
problems. Good audit risk analysis skills and systems analysis skills
required. Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal
skills. Demonstrated team building skills in a flat organization
structure. Creative problem solver.


Salary range: $60,000-$75,000 DOE and excellent benefits. Relocation
allowance provided per PATH policies.


Please send curriculum vitae with salary requirement in confidence,
citing position and job number, to the attention of Dorothy Culjat,
Human Resources Recruitment Officer, PATH, E-MAIL: dcul-@path.org or
mail to 4 Nickerson Street, Seattle, WA 98109-1699.
	
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