The Global Health Technical Assistance and Mission Support Project (GH-TAMS) is a five- year technical support project helping USAID achieve its robust public health mission abroad. GH-TAMS is seeking senior and mid-level consultants for upcoming USAID assignments at the Global Health Bureau in Washington D.C. or at field missions. These assignments varying in qualifications depending on the technical or management/program design focus and range from two weeks to six months in duration.
Assignment technical areas include HIV and AIDS, Family Planning/Reproductive Health, Health Systems Strengthening (HSS) Malaria, Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health (MNCH), Nutrition, Tuberculosis, Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs), Emerging Pandemic Threats, Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH), Environmental Health and Food Security.
Consultants are also needed for cross-cutting health issues, including: Youth, Gender, Social & Behavior Change Communications (SBCC), Quality of Care, Costing & Health Economics, Monitoring & Evaluation, Data Visualization, Supply Chain Management, Organizational Development and Capacity Strengthening, Information & Communications Technology (ICT), Knowledge Management and Health Policy.
Currently the bulk of TAMS’ assignments are remote.