Public Health Job Opportunities

Research & Evaluation Associate

The R&E Associate will support the work of the R&E Unit and will become deeply involved in several specific projects relevant to the Foundation’s Global Programs, which are primarily in low income countries. Generally, the Associate will contribute meaningfully to R&E team and Foundation-wide dialogue to advance equity, diversity, and inclusion. Examples could include centering a DEI lens in measurement frameworks, supporting diverse pools of potential evaluation partners, etc.; collaborate with colleagues to develop logic models, frameworks, and metrics to measure outcomes and impact of sexual and reproductive health programs; and, assist R&E Officers with project management, including: monitoring timelines; reviewing proposals, contracts, study protocols, progress reports, and budgets and budget justifications; providing input into study design; preparing materials for and documenting key discussion points from internal and external meetings; and facilitating relationships with partners.

Ideal candidates will have a demonstrated commitment to reproductive rights and the values of racial justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion; a master’s degree; at least two years of monitoring, research and/or evaluation-related experience for health programs; familiarity with evaluation study designs, causal inference, and the steps involved in collecting and analyzing data with rigor, quality, and transparency; an understanding of quantitative and qualitative research concepts and applications; and a demonstrated commitment to continuous learning and reflection, a willingness to think critically and creatively, and ask challenging questions.


The Foundation is conducting this search with assistance from Allison Kupfer Poteet, Cara Pearsall, and Catherine Seneviratne of NPAG. Candidates are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Please send a detailed cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), and where you learned of the position to:

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