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Together with local partners, we identify and act on ideas with the greatest promise to advance universal, equitable access to SRHR.

The William H. Gates Sr. Institute features a dynamic, innovative working environment, with opportunities to work with leaders in research and advocacy, both established and emerging; to contribute at a high level to the organization’s forward progress; and to contribute to sustainable, positive change for women and men, communities, and countries.

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Open Positions

Director, William H. Gates Sr. Institute for Population and Reproductive Health

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health invites applications for the Director of the William H. Gates Sr. Institute for Population and Reproductive Health, formerly the Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health. 

Director of New Business Development

We are seeking a Director of New Business Development who will lead all business development strategies for the Institute. This includes developing a business development strategy with clear deliverables and a timeline to achieve deliverables; working with Institute leadership, finance teams, and partners to prospect, network, and identify new funding opportunities, and develop, write, and coordinate all proposals, in line with the Institute’s new vision, mission, and goals. The Director is responsible for ensuring the quality of all aspects of the proposal process and will manage proposal opportunities from inception through proposal submission. The Director of New Business Development will also advise GI’s leadership team on relevant trends and will be expected to create new innovative funding models.

Grants & Contract Analyst

As a member of the William H. Gates Sr. Institute finance team under the Department of Population, Family & Reproductive Health, we are seeking a Grants & Contracts Analyst who will provide support to various groups and individuals within the Institute who rely on and benefit from financial information to make informed business decisions through financial analysis (i.e. current policies and processes, actual performance vs. budget) and preparation of financial data to management, as well as sponsors.