This posting is for three positions (01005213, 01004256, and 20021019). By applying to this posting you will be considered for all three positions. Carolina Population Center (CPC) at the University of North Carolina is one of the Centers for Research under the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research. CPC has over 300 people who are affiliated with the Carolina Population Center, including more than 65 faculty fellows who sit across 16 academic departments. They are actively engaged in research ranging from technical demography to evaluating family planning programs and other policy interventions to measuring and disentangling the sources of health disparities in the United States. CPC has managed large awards from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) since 1991. Across the USAID awards housed in CPC, the average annual revenues are roughly $60 million per year. To manage large projects successfully, CPC has developed flexible systems that provide stability and agility.
Basic understanding of M&E principles required. Demonstrated skills in M&E frameworks, indicator development, systems development and report writing preferred. Experience working with donor agencies preferred (including, but not limited to, USAID). Proven ability to work effectively with both funding agencies and with national and local personnel. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Experience in developing countries preferred. Availability and interest in traveling internationally (up to 10% annually). Fluent in English required, fluency in French preferred.Masters degree in Public Health required, plus one year experience preferred; for candidates demonstrating comparable independent research productivity, will accept a Bachelors degree in Public Health, Health Administration, International Relations or similar field and 3 or more years of relevant experience in substitution.
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