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Bangladesh Vacancy Announcement 72038819R10019 – Project Management Specialist (Family Planning), FSN - 11

The Family Planning and Reproductive Health Specialist serves as an advisor to USAID/Bangladesh in family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH). The incumbent provides overall technical guidance for developing FP/RH strategies and policies that supports USAID and the Government of Bangladesh’s development targets. S/he provides substantive advice to further the conception, design, development, implementation and evaluation of programs in reproductive health and family planning funded by USAID. The incumbent applies specific clinical knowledge and skills to sensitive issues related to RH, including family planning methods, the surgical repair of fistula, emergency obstetric care, Gender, Youth/Adolescents and safe motherhood.

The Family Planning and Reproductive Health Specialist is responsible for the overall management of technical and administrative aspects of all USAID/Bangladesh’s activities in reproductive health and family planning, while ensuring USAID FP compliance per regulations and mandates. The incumbent also serves as the lead for Gender, Youth and Adolescents, ensuring that state-of-the-art approaches based on current evidence are applied across the health portfolio. The incumbent provides guidance on new program initiatives; drafts program documents to secure funding and implement activities; and manage the relationships between USAID, host country counterparts, donors, and implementing partners that implement FP/RH activities, with particular sensitivity to the Bangladesh context in which health and medical services are being provided.

Opening Date: August 22, 2019

Closing date: September 14, 2019


Applications for Employment:

Application Form AID-309-2

Note: We appreciate your interest in USAID. However, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Additionally, only candidates that are interviewed will be notified if the position is filled.


Last updated: October 17, 2019

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