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Job Title: Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Job Number:
Organization: Childbirth Survival International (CSI)
Posted: 1/2/2019
Type: Full-Time Experienced
Classification: International Health
Industry: Non Profit / NGO
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Baltimore,  MD    USA
Compensation: Yes
Position Description: CSI is seeking an inspiring and transformational leader to build on CSI’s gains and accomplishments. The CEO is the steward of CSI and is responsible for the overall protection and success of the organization, achieving CSI’s 2018-2023 Strategic Plan, for making top-level managerial decisions, managing overall operations and resources for CSI, and acting as the primary point of contact between staff, the board, partner organizations, and donors (current and prospective). The ideal candidate must have exceptional planning, organizational and writing skills as well as excellent communication, relationship building capacity, and high emotional intelligence. The CEO’s duties will be centered around five key themes: Community/Social Impact, Resource Development, Organization Management, Strategic Management, and Human Resource Management and will perform the following responsibilities including but not limited to: • Oversees CSI’s international and local programs to ensure optimal implementation of activities, participation in relevant meetings and conferences, reporting, and social impact. • Leads in fundraising efforts and proposal activities to ensure multiple and adequate funding is available to efficiently and effectively implement programs. • Works closely with donors and partner organizations (public and private) to build on trust and confidence in CSI’s role in executing public health programs in underserved communities. • Writes program plans, reports, newsletters, blogs, conference abstracts, and other required documents and assures consistency with CSI’s standards of information dissemination and communication. • Local and international travel (10%-30%) to speak at conferences, participate at meetings, highlight CSI’s successes, and engage with current and potential donors and partners. • Plan and coordinate board meetings and share updates with members of the board. • Performs other job duties as necessary to advance CSI’s mission and vision.

Qualifications: 1. Master’s degree (preferably an MPH) or directly related field from an accredited college or university and have at least 10-15+ years of proven and successful experience in health program administration, coordination, planning, and cross-sector collaboration. 2. Expertise on health issues: Maternal, Newborn, Child, and Adolescent/Youth Health, Reproductive Health, Family Planning, Noncommunicable Diseases, HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria, Vaccine-preventable diseases, Community Health, WASH, Health Literacy, and Emergency Health Services. 3. High-level experience in delivering public health services in underserved communities, fragile settings (conflict and post-conflict areas) and desire to explore innovative approaches when necessary. 4. High-level experience in program planning and management of multiple programs and activities in different geographic locations with different partner organizations and donors. 5. Ability to command the confidence and respect of colleagues, partners, donors, and other stakeholders, have unquestioned integrity, a strong sense of fairness, and values the power of quality networks. 6. Ability to quickly identify/recognize/forecast conflict and ensure proper action is executed to control/manage/de-escalate potential situation of conflict and/or misunderstanding internally and externally. 7. Be results-driven and able to work independently and effectively in high- pressure, fast-paced multicultural environment and handle multiple tasks simultaneously. 8. Ability to achieve maximum efficiency and impact with limited human and financial resources and establish creative fundraising mechanisms. 9. Be a social impact, culturally competent, and transformative leader by identifying potential talent to join the CSI family, supporting CSI staff to grow and advance professionally within the organization, and creating a positive atmosphere where everyone is and feels valued, respected, and recognized. 10. High level of proficiency in QuickBooks, MailChimp, Constant Contact, Microsoft Office, particularly Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and Word and have a visible social media presence.

Organization Description: Childbirth Survival International (CSI), is a global grassroots 501(c)(3) nonprofit founded in 2013 by Mrs. Stella Mpanda, a certified veteran nurse-midwife and Ms. Tausi Suedi a global health policy professional and adjunct professor. CSI has five core priorities that all focus on improving quality, access, and delivery (QAD) of health services, resources, and information for women, newborns, children under five years old, adolescents, youth, and health workers in underserved communities. CSI is present in sub-Saharan Africa (Tanzania, Uganda, Somalia, Ghana, and Nigeria) and in the United States (Baltimore, Maryland and Dallas, Texas) with the vision to invest in social impact interventions in current communities to improve quality of life for vulnerable populations and transform communities to thrive. CSI is a member of the World Health Organization Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health, member of the White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood in Tanzania and Uganda, and values partnerships and collaborations in executing public health services in underinvested communities. CSI is a recipient of multiple honorary awards such as the 2018 Mahatma Award for Social Good, 2018 Harvard University Global Health Catalyst Award. CSI’s successful public track record is a result of exceptional leadership and committed in-country teams.

Closing Date: 4/2/2019
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: Childbirth Survival International (CSI),  Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Contact Location:

Baltimore   MD  
United States
Contact Location:
 
  Baltimore   MD  
  United States
Contact Phone:  
Contact Fax:
Contact Email: info@childbirthsurvivalinternational.org
Web Address: https://bit.ly/2Qb30YB
How to Apply: Interested individuals, please email your resume and cover letter to careers@childbirthsurvivalinternational.org. Only eligible candidates will be short-listed and contacted.

Additional Information: CSI is seeking a visionary, high energy level, mission-focused, and with a charming sense of humor Chief Executive Officer (CEO). This position is full-time and comes with an attractive remuneration package. This position reports to the Board Chair.

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