Employment Opportunities

Every employee at PIH (and at our affiliated programs at Brigham & Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and the Harvard School of Public Health) plays an important role in our efforts to improve health in poor communities. If you are interested in working in a stimulating and diverse environment, and have demonstrated competencies in relevant areas for PIH, we encourage you to apply.

Current Job Openings

Haiti Curriculum and Training Specialist
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Project Coordinator for Institute for Health and Social Justice (IHSJ)
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Director of Human Resources
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Haiti Women's Health Coordinator
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Vice President of Communications and Development
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Administrative Assistant - Deputy Chief of Mission to Haiti
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Writer/Multimedia Reporter
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Evaluation and Impact Writer
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EMR Java Developer - Rwanda
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Development Communications Specialist
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Clinical Training Manager, Rwanda
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Clinical Program Assistant - Rwanda
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Assistant to the Director-Rwanda
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Administrative Assistant, Development
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Executive Assistant
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Graphic Designer - Part-time
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Management Advisor - Rwanda
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Media Relations Specialist
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Writer/Speechwriter
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Job Openings Available through Affiliated Programs

Additional affiliated positions are available through the Department of Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School; the François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard School of Public Health; the Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) Division of Social Medicine and Health inequalities; Village Health Works; and Tiyatien Health. Please note that all applications should be directed to the affiliate organization and not to Partners In Health.

Research Assistant
Division of Global Health Equi
ty, Brigham and Women's Hospital - Boston

The Division of Global Health Equity (DGHE) works to reduce health disparities and to improve medical treatment outcomes for the poor. The Division is currently involved in projects in the US (Boston and Navajo Nation), Haiti, Peru, Russia, Rwanda, Lesotho, Malawi and South Africa, focusing on infectious diseases (e.g., HIV and tuberculosis) as well as non-infectious diseases (e.g., coronary artery disease, diabetes, addiction) and other health problems of major importance to society. This research position will support one or more Principal Investigators on the Division's faculty on research studies including, initially, one on tuberculosis and alcohol in Siberia and one on HIV in urban Peru. The individual will work as part of a collegial and dynamic environment involving physicians, researchers, community health workers and administrative personnel. Read a full description of this position an information about how to apply.

Junior Software Engineer
Division of Global Health Equity, Brigham and Women's Hospital - Boston

The Division of Global Health Equity (DGHE) at Brigham & Women's Hospital fosters the support and coordination of training, research, and service to reduce disparities in disease burden and to improve treatment outcomes both at home and abroad. The DGHE is a founding partner of the Global Health Delivery Project (GHD). GHDonline, the "communities of practice" website of GHD, is where health care implementers share proven practices, connect with colleagues, and find resources they need to improve health outcomes in resource-limited settings. DGHE is seeking a Junior Software Engineer to develop the code for the GHDonline platform, support and maintain the GHDonline website, and work with the GHDonline team to develop new features and enhancements for the website. For a full description of the position and information about how to apply, please visit: Read a full description of the position and information about how to apply.

Health Promotion Program Manager              
PACT - Boston 

The Prevention and Access to Care and Treatment (PACT) Project is a project of Partners In Health (PIH), a non-profit organization committed to a preferential health care option for the poor, and the Division of Social Medicine and Health Inequalities at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

The primary responsibility of the Community Health Promoter (CHP) is to be a medical and social advocate for marginalized HIV-positive and high-risk individuals in the Boston community. As such, the CHP must:

  1. Take responsibility for 17 -20 participants, by coordinating social and medical services for participants. Home visitations are an expected component of PACT services.
  2. Collaborate with the health promoters delivering daily directly observed therapy (DOT) of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART).
  3. Provide adherence education to participants through the administration of a curriculum designed by PACT.
  4. Attend medical appointments with participants. Help prepare and advocate in medical visits.
  5. Participate in PACT harm reduction activities, including risk reduction education and referrals.
  6. Accurately and carefully document all participant interactions in a timely fashion. Complete service plans and participant evaluations as directed.
  7. Attend weekly staff meetings and case reviews.
  8. Attend weekly supervisory sessions with the Health Promotion Program Manager.
  9. Perform other related tasks as assigned.

The job of the PACT Community Health Promoter is a full-time position. Evening hours may be needed to accommodate the needs of the clients. A three-month trial period will be afforded the staff person hired into this position. For a full description of the position and information about how to apply, please visit: Read a full description of the position and information about how to apply.

PACT Administrative Coordinator
PACT - Boston

The Prevention and Access to Care and Treatment (PACT) project, a community-based project in inner city Boston, is committed to improving health outcomes for under-served individuals with HIV disease. PACT is a project of the Division of Global Health Equity (DGHE) at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH), and Partners In Health (PIH). The PACT Administrative Coordinator supports the management of the overall logistics of the PACT office and program staff; this ensures the smooth operations across the administrative and direct service staff at PACT. Supporting the Director of Operations in monitoring the overall activities across PACT programs allows a broad perspective of the needs of the organization over time. Given this perspective and interface with PACT leadership this position is well suited to support the development and communications planning at PACT. Job activities include managing all pre-award grant activity, including prospecting, developing updated print materials for project, conducting research for presentations, creating slides for presentations, coordinating events, and participating in research activities as needed. In addition, the Administrative Coordinator is responsible for maintaining the Executive Director and Director of Operations calendar and correspondence, including travel planning. The successful applicant will be a self-motivated problem-solver with excellent attention to detail and ability to multi-task, who desires to work in a small, fast-paced and mission-driven organization. Read a full description of the position and information about how to apply.

HIV Program Manager
PACT - Boston
The Prevention and Access to Care and Treatment (PACT) project, a community-based project in inner city Boston, is committed to improving health outcomes for under-served individuals with HIV disease. PACT is a project of the Division of Global Health Equity (DGHE) at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH), and Partners In Health (PIH). The HIV Program Manager will oversee the HIV Health Promotion program and all related activities, and be responsible for all aspects of the program’s performance. Principle duties and responsibilities include:

  1. Visibly and actively leading the HIV Program in its mission of reaching as many eligible individuals in its service population as possible, and providing consistent and reliable quality health promotion services to enrolled clients.
  2. Managing all HIV services day-to-day program operations and personnel, including direct service providers (Health Promoters and DOT Specialists) and the DOT Manager and collaborating on relevant activities of other managerial staff, including the Clinical Supervisor. S/he will be directly responsible for all HIV program and staff activities and performance, as evidenced by individual client outcomes, staff performance and the program’s overall impact on its service population. S/he will conduct all activities needed to meet this objective, including work planning, quality improvement initiatives, ongoing collaborative hiring, training, supervision, and performance evaluations of staff.

The Program Manager will report to PACT Senior Management. For a full description of the position and information about how to apply, please click here: Read a full description of the position and information about how to apply.

Program Coordinator
Tiyatien Health – Zwedru, Liberia

Tiyatien Health, a 501(c)(3) social justice organization that works to advance healthcare and the fundamental rights of the poor in Liberia, is seeking a program coordinator. The program coordinator will manage Tiyatien’s healthcare and social services programs as the organization continues to expand the scale and accountability of its’ operations. Working in close collaboration with TH’s Executive Director and its Liberian program and finance managers, the Program Coordinator will lead the management, implementation, tracking, and reporting of comprehensive project activities in Liberia. This position will include elements of finance and administration, project planning, donor relations, and monitoring and evaluation. The program coordinator will serve as the primary accountability officer in Liberia. The coordinator will act as a liaison between Liberia- and Boston-based program staff, ensuring efficient communication among all project implementers. For a full description of the position and information about how to apply, please click here.

Clinical Director
Tiyatien Health – Zwedru, Liberia
Tiyatien Health, a 501(c)(3) social justice organization that works to advance healthcare and the fundamental rights of the poor in Liberia, is seeking a Clinical Director. This position is responsible for delivering health care and supervising clinical operations for clinical programming in Zwedru, Liberia at Martha Tubman Memorial Hospital (MTMH), an 80-bed public hospital in Grand Gedeh County supported by Tiyatien Health and other partners. In partnership with colleagues from Merlin, the Clinical Director will counterpart with the Tubman Hospital Medical Director and Community Health Department to rebuild, coordinate and plan clinical services, provide programmatic support to clinical staff, and set the standard for and maintain high quality clinical services related to the Basic Package of Health Services. The Clinical Director will form a key part of a dynamic partnership between Tiyatien Health, Merlin and the Liberian Ministry of Health & Social Welfare, financed by an innovative mechanism called the Health Sector Pool Fund to rebuild the public health sector in Liberia. For a full description of the position and information about how to apply, please click here.

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