The Program Manager, Country Operations contributes his/her energy, passion, and skills primarily to supporting Seed’s Program Quality & Management (PQM) team, in a fast-paced office during a time of rapid growth. The position is a full-time position based in Boston. As the headquarters (HQ) point person for assigned countries and projects, the Program Manager, Country Operations helps manage program operations, administration, finances and logistics for assigned country programs. They liaise directly with staff at HQ and in the field, and understand all aspects of country programming, including partnership and educator engagement. This full-time position reports to the Director of Program Quality & Management and works closely with field-based team members.
About the Organization
Seed Global Health (Seed) envisions a world in which every country is strengthened by a robust health workforce to best meet the health needs of its population. Seed’s mission is to educate a rising generation of health professionals to strengthen access to quality care with a goal of saving lives and improving health. Seed is unique in its approach by focusing on the education and training of doctors, nurses and midwives. By training health care professionals and health educators, Seed seeks to empower current and future generations of health providers so that good health is not the privilege of a few, but the right of all.
Seed focuses on strengthening the education, practice, and policy of the local professional health workforce in Africa. Seed’s core strategy and primary entry point centers on placing skilled and qualified educators at partner institutions for a minimum of one academic year. Seed also supports educators and partner institutions through a diverse and complementary package of services aimed at advancing health professional education in the classroom and clinical setting. By investing in long-term partnerships for improved health professional education, we help to create a stronger, more sustainable health workforce that is both locally led and better able to meet local health needs.