The infusion of an additional $12 million this year toward the President’s Malaria Initiative in Zimbabwe will require the deployment of a Malaria Advisor to coordinate U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) efforts in that nation. Consequently, the agency is looking to hire a private vendor to fill that position via a Personal Services Contract. According to the solicitation:
Recently, the financial resources typically available to the USAID/Zimbabwe health program totaled around $50 million of assistance annually, with over $40 million of this coming from HIV/AIDS funding… The USAID/Zimbabwe Malaria Advisor shall provide specialized, senior-level technical expertise in malaria, as well as leadership, guidance and overall direction on the development and execution of the PMI…
The closing date for the position, which pays in the $84,697-$110,104 range, is Aug. 30.
Source document: Solicitation #613-11-003.