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At Malaria Consortium we offer an inclusive and collaborative working environment. We pride ourselves on the partnerships we build with our donors, country and regional offices, ministries of health and, most importantly, the communities and health workers who alongside us work to provide effective, equitable and sustainable solutions that combat targeted diseases and promote the attainment of universal health coverage. 

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18. Practical onsite support for trainees from Rakai District

Working with us

  • Our culture

    Everyone who works at Malaria Consortium makes a great contribution to the mission of improving lives in Africa and Asia through sustainable, evidence-based programmes that combat targeted diseases and promote universal health coverage.

    We pride ourselves on the evidence, trust and partnerships we build with national governments, donors, partners and the communities we work within. 

    All of our work is informed by our core values: accountability, integrity, respect and equity

  • Benefits

    • Competitive salary
    • Family friendly policies
    • Comprehensive annual holiday entitlements plus bank holidays
    • Flexible working
    • Private healthcare (role specific)
    • Allowances (country-specific)
    • Pension scheme (country-specific)
    • Flexible approaches to recruitment

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  • Our diverse workforce

    At Malaria Consortium, equity is one of the cornerstones in our vision of a world progressing towards universal health coverage. We strive to build a safe and inclusive workplace in which individuals feel they belong and are treated and fairly, respectfully given equal access to opportunities to use their full potential. We embrace diversity, honouring differences in people, perspectives and experiences and appreciating the added value this brings to our work. We are inclusive in our engagement with communities as equal partners in creating the most effective and appropriate solutions. Together we make sustainable impact. 

    By focusing on our purpose and ensuring we put communities' needs at the heart of everything we do, our people will each play their part in shaping an organisational culture underpinned by values, research, professional standards and integrity. By doing this, we are building an organisation that we can all be proud of. 

    We are an equal opportunities employer, and we encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. 

  • Our vacancies

    With each role, we share the job description, location, right to work status eligibility requirements, plus links to our policies, procedures and frequently asked questions.    

    We are currently able to hire staff in our offices around the world: 

    • Central office based in the UK  
    • West and Central Africa currently operating in Nigeria, Chad, Burkina Faso and Togo  
    • East and Southern Africa currently operating in Uganda, Mozambique, Ethiopia and South Sudan
    • Our Asia offices include Myanmar, Thailand and Cambodia.  

    The Human Resources team at Malaria Consortium are a people-oriented function with an open-door practice - whatever your skills are, we are always on the lookout for talent across our operational areas, including; monitoring and evaluation, business development, external relations, research, programmes and technical.

    To be notified about our new roles, please sign up to our job alerts on our vacancy page

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  • Consultants

    Malaria Consortium engages with national consultants to complete specific tasks, within a pre-determined time frame, according to a terms of reference, under a contract. Further details can be found in the link above.

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