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Comment by Shakti Saran on June 4, 2013 at 12:55pm

Country Representative, IUCN India, New Delhi Area 

IUCN, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, helps the world find pragmatic solutions to our most pressing environment and development challenges. It supports scientific research, manages field projects all over the world and brings governments, non-government organizations, United Nations agencies, companies and local communities together to develop and implement policy, laws and best practice.

Comment by Shakti Saran on June 4, 2013 at 1:00pm

Immunizations Director, India Country Program, New Delhi Area

PATH is an international nonprofit organization that transforms global health through innovation. We take an entrepreneurial approach to developing and delivering high-impact, low-cost solutions, from lifesaving vaccines and devices to collaborative programs with communities. Through our work in more than 70 countries, PATH and our partners empower people to achieve their full potential.

Comment by Shakti Saran on June 17, 2013 at 11:11am

Scientific Director, PATH - New Delhi, India

PATH India has a country office in New Delhi with site offices in Hyderabad, Lucknow, and Patna.

PATH is planning to hire a highly experienced, forward-thinking, public health professional with strong scientific acumen and leadership skills to serve as Scientific Director, PATH India. This position is based out of the New Delhi .The position will provide a robust scientific, communication-driven leadership to the existing India Immunization team. The Scientific Director will work in close coordination with the clinical product development and delivery leadership of PATH in India and globally to build a smooth bridge for transition of clinical products from development to delivery.

The position will report to the Country Director and work in close coordination with the Director Clinical Research and Development and the global Vaccine Access and Delivery team of PATH.

Specific responsibilities are as follows:

The primary responsibilities for the position will include design and development of scientific plans for adoption of vaccine and other clinical products in India.

He/ She will build a consortium that will facilitate adoption and scale up of new vaccines and drugs.

The position will provide scientific direction to all Japanese Encephalitis project activities in-country and in multi-country settings.She/he will conceptualize and document relevant activities and proposals to support new vaccine adoption in consultation with government and donors. She/ he will represent multi-country Japanese Encephalitis project of PATH in meetings with Global Alliance for Vaccine and Immunization and World Health Organization headquarter and will be responsible for all donor related interface for the Japanese Encephalitis projects.

The position will be responsible for new vaccine adoption and access delivery project and will work in close coordination with the vaccine development team of PATH to generate plans and timelines for adoption and access of new products and technologies.

The position will also be responsible for high level advocacy with government at the national and state levels.

She/he will work as a part of the senior management team of PATH India to provide strategic direction to the organization and institute practices that ensures a highly effective organization by focusing on people, organization, impact and accountability.

Comment by Shakti Saran on July 10, 2013 at 11:33am 

Managing Director of DNDi Regional Office India - Drugs for Neglected Diseases initative - Région de New Delhi , Inde (New Delhi Area, India)

Job Description

The Managing Director of DNDi India will be the representative of DNDi in the region and have the overall responsibility of our office’s activities in the region, with the particular following objectives:

1. Institutional Development in India sub-continent

  • to profile and position DNDi as a trusted      R&D and health partner in India and foster relationships with public and private actors in the field      of R&D and public health
  • to identify local opportunities aligned      with DNDi mission, vision, strategy and priorities and engage partners and stakeholders in DNDi      projects and model
  • to develop resources by implementing strategies connecting public      investments in R&D (and access) and private contributions.

2. External relations

  • to engage Indian/regional policy- and      decision-makers, donors, civil society and national media to combat      neglected diseases and support DNDi treatments adoption

3. Management of the office

  • to ensure DNDi office operational scale      up and executive management
  • to ensure consistency in our vision and our local operating model

In addition, he/she will be responsible for managing or participating in specific projects at the request of the Operations Director and the Executive Team.

Desired Skills & Experience

The successful candidate should ideally possess the following qualifications, experience and attributes

  • Advanced degree (e.g. MD, MPH, PHD, MPA, MBA, Communications…)
  • 20 year experience in relevant fields
  • Understanding and experience of global health issues affecting the less developed world. Field experience of neglected diseases in endemic countries is desirable. 
  • Strong connection within public institutions and ideally also within the Indian pharmaceutical industry
  • Excellent communication skills, verbal and in writing
  • Strong administrative and planning skills
  • Energetic, self-motivated and resourceful, with the flexibility and hands-on approach to thrive in a fast-moving, virtual organisation
  • Ideally experience in fundraising, or marketing & sales
  • Able to undertake a significant amount of travel


Compensation package will be attractive for a talented individual willing to make a difference in a trusted not-for-profit organization in the Global health area.

Company Description

Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi) is an independent, not-for-profit drug development initiative established in 2003 by five publicly-funded research organizations – Malaysian Ministry of Health, Kenya Medical Research Institute, Indian Council of Medical Research, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation Brazil, and the Institut Pasteur – as well as an international humanitarian organization, Médecins Sans Frontières. The UNICEF/UNDP/World Bank/WHO’s Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR) is a permanent observer. With a robust portfolio, DNDi aims to develop new, improved, and field-relevant drugs for neglected diseases, including leishmaniasis, human African trypanosomiasis (sleeping sickness), Chagas disease, malaria, specific helminth infections, and paediatric HIV, which afflict the poorest populations of the world.

Comment by Shakti Saran on August 5, 2013 at 12:14pm

Chief of Party (Project Director I) - Diarrhea Alleviation through Zinc and ORS Therapy (DAZT) India

FHI 360 - New Delhi Area, India

Company Description

FHI 360 is a nonprofit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. FHI 360 staff includes experts in Health, Education, Nutrition, Environment, Economic Development, Civil Society, Gender, Youth, Research and Technology– creating a unique mix of capabilities to address today's interrelated development challenges. FHI 360 serves more than 60 countries, all 50 U.S. states and all U.S. territories.  FHI 360 seeks qualified candidates for the position of Chief of Party (Project Director I), DAZT - India in New Delhi, India.

The US Fund for UNICEF has tasked FHI 360 to implement the “Enhancing the Uptake of ORS & Zinc in targeted areas of India” project, a public – private partnership to reduce and rationally manage childhood diarrhea. The primary purpose of the project is to reduce morbidity and mortality related to diarrheal disease amongst children under five, through development of new and improved approaches to scale up zinc & ORS for treatment of diarrhea through private sector channels in two states (UP & Gujarat).

Job Description

The Chief of Party (Project Director I), DAZT-India will perform the following job duties -

(1) Manage all operations in India as related to DAZT project including personnel, program, finance and donor relations;

(2) Serve as chief point of contact in India for the project;

(3) Draft annual work plan, progress reports, and other contract deliverables for home office review and submission;

(4) Participate in and lead in turn, the Implementation Committee meetings constituted by the project partners MI (for public sector intervention), UNICEF (for knowledge management) and JHSPH (for M&E) to coordinate implementation efforts and share information; 

(5) Forge partnerships with relevant commercial sector for social marketing of zinc & ORS, develop joint marketing plan and oversee implementation;

(6) Create and implement innovative promotional strategies for the project;

(7) Handle pharmaceutical partner(s) in terms of regular promotion as per project requirement and keep close watch on quality of the goods supplied;

(8) Oversee the work with the commercial partners to ensure timely and effective activities to generate knowledge, increase use of zinc & ORS among formal and informal health providers, ensure availability of zinc & ORS among drug sellers;

(9) Ensure monitoring of the implementation partners progress in terms of zinc & ORS sales through a rapidly accessible system;

(10) Guide and follow up with research agency for proper survey and precise reports;

(11) Document and publish outcomes of the private sector activities, its results, toolkits, methodologies and materials for larger dissemination;

(12) Prepare and develop plans for a project follow up;

(13) Plan, direct, and coordinate activities for designated projects to ensure that goals and objectives are accomplished within prescribed time frame and funding parameters;

(14) Review project proposals and plans to determine scheduling, budget, procedures, staffing, and allotment of resources needed for projects;

(15) Establish work plans, project teams, and SOPs to meet project goals and ensure compliance with policies;

(16) Develop proposals and research sources for funding projects;

(17) Provide guidance and training to managers and staff to achieve project goals;

(18) Participate in the strategic development of methods and techniques with executive management;

(19) Establish, serve and maintain partnerships with internal and external stakeholders on project matters;

(20) Provide leadership to the project team, ensuring clarity over plans and priorities, encouraging effective team work;

(21) Responsible for induction of project staff, ensuring their familiarity with mandate values, quality standards, policies and program objectives and their individual responsibilities in upholding these standards and policies.


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