Global Health Corps (GHC) was founded on the belief that leadership is the greatest lever for change in global health. Our fellowship program places young professionals in high-impact roles on the front lines of global health. United by the belief that health is a human right, we train our leaders to become more effective while also strengthening their ability to work together across borders and boundaries of all kinds to drive systemic change. Since 2009, we’ve been building a diverse community of health equity leaders – 1000+ strong and counting – from 48 nationalities and currently working across Malawi, Zambia, Uganda, Rwanda, and the United States.

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At a time of organizational growth and experimentation, GHC is developing a new vision for its US-based programming. The United States Program Manager (USPM) will play a critical role in contributing to the design and implementation of a re-imagined leadership development program for emerging health leaders in the United States. Reporting to the Chief Program Officer (CPO), this hire will bring energy for building something new, agility in moving between strategy and implementation, and the ability to cultivate connections and support the professional development of BIPOC and other historically underrepresented talent in health leadership roles.

Specifically, the US Program Manager will:

  • In close collaboration with the CPO, play a leadership role in designing, developing, and implementing a pilot program for a 9-12 month fellowship for emerging and underrepresented talent working within the domestic public health system.
  • Lead the development and continual refinement of systems and processes needed to recruit, select, and support fellows, with an eye on laying the foundation for scaling the program over time.
  • Oversee fellow recruitment and selection process through developing strategies for outreach, creating promotional materials, managing the application database (Wizehive) and application vetting process, as well as ensuring data integrity and smooth user experience. Design recruitment strategies to engage historically underrepresented groups in health leadership roles.
  • Build relationships with fellows, conduct regular check-ins to understand their professional needs, solicit their feedback, and provide ongoing coaching and support.
  • In collaboration with the Director of Fellowships, develop and facilitate in-person and virtual events to foster community building and leadership development amongst the entire fellow class.
  • Support networking and engagement of US public health organizations as recruitment and training partners.
  • Support the work of the Director of Alumni to build-out alumni programming, networking opportunities, and ongoing professional development.
  • Support the work of the Impact and Learning Manager to implement a robust monitoring and evaluation framework.
  • Collaborate with GHC’s global team to share best practices and resources, as well as regularly communicate updates about the US program.
  • Manage the US program budget.


  • An enthusiastic advocate for Global Health Corps’ mission and values. You are inspired to grow a successful program that is building a movement for global health equity. You thrive on a close-knit team that values shared integrity, inclusive collaboration, sustainable resilience, and continuous learning. An understanding and/or lived experience with health equity challenges in the US is a plus.
  • An energetic and adaptable program and systems builder. You bring at least 5 years of work experience in nonprofit program management or transferable roles, with exposure to program design, systems-building, and group facilitation. You bring excitement for building something new and “figuring it out” along the way. Experience with fellowship/leadership development programs is a plus.
  • A “big picture” thinker with the ability to implement tactically. You approach program development through an analytical and data-driven lens and are hands-on in translating strategy into tangible activities and goals. You integrate programmatic best practices with new thinking and approaches. You possess strong writing skills and the ability to convey complex ideas across a range of audiences.
  • A thoughtful relationship builder who develops rapport easily and fosters long-term connections. You have a warm, energetic, and authentic personality that translates to building lasting relationships with a range of personalities. You are a natural networker with the ability to deepen existing relationships and develop new ones.
  • A tech-savvy and well-organized project manager. You are experienced in leading and prioritizing multiple projects and workstreams. You take pride in your work product and operate with high attention to detail. You are proficient in tracking and interpreting data to gain insights and make process improvements. Experience in Google Suite, Asana, and relational databases is a plus.
  • An action-oriented, resourceful, and collaborative team member. You possess a “get it done” attitude, with the ability to stay focused and nimble in a dynamic environment. You work effectively across teams, time zones, and with people from diverse cultural backgrounds.


This position may work from anywhere in the Northeastern region of the US, with the option to work from GHC’s New York City office. This position requires domestic travel (1-2x/quarter) and international travel (1-2x/year.) Compensation is competitive and includes an excellent benefits package with medical/dental/vision/life and short and long-term disability insurance, flexible spending, 18 paid vacation days, 10 sick days, 11 paid holidays, 401K plan, professional development stipend, and flexible scheduling.


If this opportunity speaks to you, please apply here with 1) a cover letter that explains why Global Health Corps’ work excites you and why this role is a fit for you, 2) your resume. Please address your cover letter to John Cape, Chief Program Officer. We review applications on a rolling basis and strive to get back to applicants within two weeks.