WomenLift Health’s mission is to expand the power and influence of talented women in global health and catalyze systemic change to achieve gender equality in leadership.
We are committed to attracting, developing and retaining exceptional people, and to creating a work environment that is dynamic, rewarding and enables each of us to realize our potential. Our work environment is safe and open to all employees and partners, respecting the full spectrum of race, color, religious creed, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, political affiliation, ancestry, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, and all other classifications protected by law in the locality and/or state in which you are working.
If you are looking to join a dynamic team devoted to advancing women’s leadership in global health, check out our open positions below.
India Program Director
Location: India – Location within India, Flexible
Application Deadline: March 15, 2021
WomenLift Health is seeking an experienced, innovative and dynamic India Program Director to design, lead, grow and implement the WomenLift Health India strategy. Reporting to the WomenLift Health Executive Director in the interim, the India Director will lead the engagement and implementation with and by Indian partner institutions and high-level champions to expand the voice and influence of Indian women leaders in health, to influence systemic change in organizations and support a movement. The India Director must have excellent skills engaging and building partnerships with a deep understanding of the Indian context, at both national and state levels. The Director must thrive in a dynamic and creative work environment, be a self-starter and be a passionate change agent for advancing women’s leadership.
WomenLift Health is seeking an Instructional Design Lead to work under the direction of the Program Operations Director and Program Content Director, and in close collaboration with teammates and partners at the global and country levels. Using a Human-Centered Design approach, the Instructional Design Lead will be responsible for a variety of learning experiences for talented women leaders and male allies in global health. This includes the continued evolution, refinement and contextualization of the Leadership Journey curricula. Beyond the core curricula, the Instructional Design Lead will create innovative, interactive, and exciting online tools such as workshops and e-learning modules to expand the technical and leadership skills of women leaders in health.
As WomenLift Health expands into different geographies beginning with India and East Africa (with an ultimate aim to expand to 25 countries in 9 years), the Instructional Design Lead will work closely with Country teams and partners to learn, develop and adapt systems and processes to appropriately contextualize the core curricula, pedagogy, mentoring and coaching networks to be relevant to different cultures and health systems. The Instructional Design Lead must thrive in a dynamic and creative work environment, be a self-starter and self-driven learner, relish co-creating with a team, possess excellent oral and written communication skills, and be a passionate change agent for advancing women’s leadership.
WomenLift Health is seeking an experienced, innovative and dynamic Communications Content Lead to develop and drive an integrated content strategy across all platforms. In this role, you will be responsible for developing and overseeing editorial, website, social media and email, with a focus on driving engagement and action among our key stakeholders as well as broad brand recognition/credibility. We are looking for a creative leader with a superior editorial skillset who also brings a strategic, analytical, and innovative approach to the work. Reporting to the WomenLift Health Global Engagement Director, this individual must thrive in a dynamic and creative work environment, be a self-starter and a passionate change agent for advancing women’s leadership.
WomenLift Health is seeking an experienced, innovative and dynamic individual to manage the day-to-day digital communications for WomenLift Health. The successful candidate will be fluent in digital and social tools from social posting to content creation, curation and management, exhibit strong writing skills and communications judgement/acumen. This individual must thrive in a dynamic and creative work environment, be a self-starter and be a passionate change agent for advancing women’s leadership.