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Development Fellow- India

We are currently seeking to add an additional member to our Development team based in New Delhi. Duties will include the following:

Researching and writing grants; Talking and meeting with donors; scheduling and attending conferences; marketing the organization to potential donors; social media and blogging; materials development; and assisting the co-founders in numerous duties.

Each member of the Development team works on a variety of tasks on a daily basis. Each day will not be the same and you will be learning everything there is to know about a growing organization. The team is constantly involved in all aspects of the company.

We are seeking an individual with at least two years experience in a public heath, NGO, or fundraising setting. This individual must have a passion for public service, be able to adapt to a developing country and work in a limited resource environment. Excellent English (speaking, writing) required.

The position requires a one-year commitment and will be provided a monthly stipend.

To apply please contact hr@opasha.org with a resume, cover letter, and a 1-2 page writing sample and 2 references.

 

Development Fellow–Cambodia

We are currently seeking to add an additional member to our Development team based in Cambodia. Duties will include the following:

Researching and writing grants; Talking and meeting with donors; scheduling and attending conferences; marketing the organization to potential donors; social media and blogging; materials development; and assisting the co-founders in numerous duties.

Each member of the Development team works on a variety of tasks on a daily basis. Each day will not be the same and you will be learning everything there is to know about a growing organization. The team is constantly involved in all aspects of the company.

We are seeking an individual with at least two years experience in a public heath, NGO, or fundraising setting. This individual must have a passion for public service, be able to adapt to a developing country and work in a limited resource environment. Excellent English (speaking, writing) required, knowledge of Khmer a plus.

The position requires a one-year commitment and will be provided a monthly stipend.

To apply please contact hr@opasha.org with a resume, cover letter, and a 1-2 page writing sample and 2 references.

Clinical Research Associate

The role of the Clinical Research Associate (CRA) is to provide leadership in clinical research activities. The CRA is responsible for managing the planning, implementation, and tracking of clinical monitoring process, administration of clinical research, maintaining an overview of the clinical research. . The position requires an active role in executing the monitoring, data and safety plans. The candidate must have extensive experience as a CRA including the ability to interact effectively with investigators and cross-functional teams. He or she possesses medical and technical aptitude and can demonstrate comprehensive and current knowledge in relevant work areas and possess an excellent command of medical and scientific areas assigned. Professional use of the English language; both written and oral is required.

Competencies

  • Understands project needs
  • Makes strategic decisions in partnership with President Operation ASHA
  • Provides support to reach a common goal
  • Executes within budget
  • Excels with time management
  • Dedicated to improving results
  • Displays conscientious and precise delivery of work

Tasks

  • Accountable for site activities including site timelines, study visits, site initiation, site oversight, device management and closeout activities.
  • Follows standard operating procedures to ensure a high level of Quality Control and Quality Assurance.
  • Manages ongoing communication of operation issues and provide accurate progress reports on assigned activities.
  • Assures that site is operating within the defined budget
  • Participates in project plans and clinical report writing
  • Assures General Clinical Procedure compliance
  • Contributes to projects that support wider organizational goals

Required Knowledge, Skills, & Experience

  • A bachelor degree or above in medical or relevant specialty is a must, extensive working experience in conducting clinical research.
  • Minimum 1-2 years of experience directly supporting clinical research or similar experience in a Medical/scientific area, plus 1-2 years of experience managing projects and working with clinical professsionals within a team.
  • Experience as a CRA in a similar set up is preferable.
  • Ensures adequate monitoring is conducted on all clinical project when applicable
  • Conduct clinical visits and attends patient treatment days as needed to support the clinical project.
  • Proven Project Management experience to include:
  • Assisting in the management and execution of the clinical project.
  • Executes project objectives, strategy, scope and schedule to meet organization needs.
  • Executes the Project Plan in consultation with the cross-functional project team, project stakeholders and the clinical team.
  • Presents project plans, provides ongoing updates, and presents project results to management.
  • Provides oversight of clinical projects to ensure safety concerns and/or adverse events or trends in Field events reporting are identified and appropriate responses are developed and executed.
  • Provides clinical input and support for planning post-project activities.
  • Enlists support and specifies tasks for various team members to assure meeting objectives are completed on schedule.
  • Excellent written, verbal, and presentation skills.
  • Strong leadership skills; self-starter, good listening skills.
  • Ability to analyze multiple inputs and variables and make decisions.