The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria intends to appoint a new Head of Private Sector Engagement. This is an opportunity to lead the development and pioneer fresh approaches to innovative partnerships that are at the heart of the Global Fund’s unique character.
The Global Fund’s mission is to attract, manage and disburse additional resources to end the three diseases and ensure better health for all. It disburses nearly $4 billion per year to support programs implemented by local experts in over 100 low and middle income countries.
The Global Fund raised $12.9 billion at its most recent replenishment round for the period of 2017-19, including $850 million from corporations, private foundations and individuals. The Global Fund’s private sector partnerships encompass direct financing for programs, the creation of shared value solutions, innovation through in-kind support and technology transfer, and innovative financing mechanisms. The Global Fund’s new strategy sets ambitious targets for further expanding private sector partnerships.
The successful candidate will bring substantial experience in leading successful resource mobilization efforts with private sector partners. Crucially, this person will also possess a proven understanding of health program delivery in low and middle income countries to facilitate technology transfer and the provision of innovative solutions. S/he will be a credible interlocutor with partners in the design of impactful projects and initiatives. A skilled communicator and leader, the new Head will be highly effective in a multi-cultural context.
For more information on the position and how to apply, please visit: http://www.theglobalfund.org/en/careers/current/
The closing date for applications is 28 November 2016.
The Global Fund Board is committed to diversity. All qualified people regardless of sex, sexual orientation or gender identities, and individuals who are living with HIV are encouraged to apply.
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