Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities in the Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator. The office employs a wide range of Civil Servants, Foreign Service Officers, and contractors on both permanent and temporary assignments to implement the President's historic Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief. Staff includes experts in public health, foreign assistance programming, strategic planning, Congressional and public affairs, budgeting and management.
Civil Service vacancies in the office are generally announced on the U.S. Office of Personnel Management's USAJOBS website at www.usajobs.gov. The USAJOBS website also contains information on opportunities available at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, its constituent agencies, and the U.S. Agency for International Development - all are closely involved in implementation of the Emergency Plan.
The Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator (S/GAC) has launched the LNA (Limited Non-Career Appointment) program for PEPFAR Country Coordinator positions in-country. PEPFAR Country Coordinators lead the U.S. government PEPFAR interagency team in the designated country in the conception, formulation, and recommendation of initiatives in response to the epidemic profile in the designated country. The Coordinator has responsibility for a PEPFAR program that is appropriate for the local context, and will contribute to epidemic control and to a sustainable national HIV/AIDS response. The Coordinator ensures coordination and linkage of U.S. government bilateral assistance with those of the host country; other bilateral donors, particularly the Global Fund for AIDS, TB and Malaria; non-governmental organizations; and international multilateral organizations engaged in the fight against the global HIV/AIDS epidemic.
If you are a U.S. Citizen and interested in applying for any of the below vacancies, please read the entire vacancy announcement(s) for submission requirements:
The office also participates in the State Department's numerous student programs, including internships and fellowships. Further information on these programs is available at http://careers.state.gov/students.
The office will accept unsolicited resumes and other expressions of interest in employment opportunities, which will be kept on file and considered as opportunities arise; however, senders should not expect an immediate response. Resumes may be sent to SGAC_Employment@state.gov. Questions may be directed to 202-663-2440.
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