Nexleaf Analytics (US-based NGO) is a nonprofit technology company with a unique bottom-up approach for bringing data-driven impact to public health and climate change interventions in low- and middle-income countries. Our diverse team of computer scientists, software engineers, mechanical engineers, data scientists, public health experts, and environmental advocates design and deploy technology to ensure sustainable impact. We work directly with end-users and iterate on our technology in the field to ensure that our sensors are customized to meet the specific needs in each country.
Partnering with leading institutions such as Gavi, Google.org, the Bill amp; Melinda Gates Foundation, and Qualcomm Wireless Reach, Nexleaf helps deliver safe vaccines to over 12.5 million babies annually and connect 900 rural homes with mobile money payments for reducing carbon emissions through cleaner cooking. We work in a diverse set of countries, including India, Mozambique, Nigeria, and Kenya.
If the thought of preserving human life and protecting our planet by leveraging data gathered from the hardest to reach places on earth excites you, join our passionate team of insatiable learners and humble truth seekers who fiercely challenge convention to create a more equitable world for the poorest 3 billion!
Are you ready to tackle one of the biggest human health challenges in the biomedical equipment ecosystem? We’re looking for an enthusiastic Project Manager to oversee two technology pilot projects in Kenyawith an additional pilot on the way in Ethiopiaall in the Neonatal amp; Intensive Care Unit and life-saving equipment management sector. This is a 12-month independent contractor role, with potential for longer-term renewal, reporting to the Nexleaf Health of Power and Equipment (HoPE) Program Manager.
Now more than ever, our work provides a timely opportunity to ensure life-saving equipment investments around the globe result in sustainable returns. Our vision is to bring real-world visibility into the critical barriers preventing the use of life-saving equipment to improve equipment performance, reduce equipment graveyards, and ultimately impact better health outcomes globally.
The ideal candidate is someone who has a passion for data-driven solutions and is excited about overseeing an innovative multi-country project. You will partner with our diverse team to implement a user-centered approach to improve sector knowledge on the interdependencies among power availability, power quality, and biomedical equipment use. You will be working directly with countries and stakeholders to gain a deep understanding of the needs of end-users on the ground to inform the design and development of new IoT technologies and data platforms. To learn more about the HoPE Program, please find the latest information on our website.
In this role, you will:1. Manage a Multi-Country Pilot to Achieve Milestones
A successful candidate will bring proven experience and the ability to anticipate problems and identify solutions. This position requires the skill and temperament to address any potential conflicts with contracting or partner organizations with level-headedness, as well as a commitment to fairness, honesty, and respect in professional relationships. Additionally, a successful candidate will be highly detail oriented, tech savvy, comfortable with data collection and analysis, and be able to pick up on the context and sensitivities of working in and around a hospital intensive care unit.
Our headquarters is based in California, USA (Pacific Standard Time), so the candidate should be comfortable with various modes of communication (e.g. Zoom, Gmail, Whatsapp) as well as the time difference when getting on calls/meetings.
Nexleaf Analytics is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All employment decisions shall be made without regard to age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, citizenship status or any other basis as protected by federal, state or local law.
Keywords: technical support, project coordinator, project manager, program manager, non profit, public health