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Global Health Specialist (Volunteer)About Us:
At Destiel, our mission is to uplift and empower the LGBTQ+ community through compassion, advocacy, and personal growth. Pillars of impact include education, support networks, and community engagement, as we aim to inspire resilience, promote inclusivity, and carve a path towards a brighter future where diversity is celebrated, equality prevails, and every LGBTQ+ person can soar to new heights in rural and urban communities.
We are seeking a dedicated and experienced Global Health Specialist to join our dynamic team at a leading LGBTQ+ advocacy and support organization. This role is pivotal in advancing health equity and promoting the well-being of LGBTQ+ communities worldwide. The ideal candidate will possess a deep understanding of global health issues affecting LGBTQ+ populations, combined with expertise in public health, program management, and advocacy.

Key Responsibilities:

Research and Analysis: Conduct in-depth research on global health disparities affecting LGBTQ+ communities, including but not limited to HIV/AIDS, mental health, access to healthcare, and specific health concerns faced by transgender and non-binary individuals.

Program Development: Design and implement innovative health programs that prioritize the needs of LGBTQ+ individuals in diverse global contexts. Ensure programs are culturally sensitive, inclusive, and effective in achieving health outcomes.

Partnerships and Networking: Cultivate partnerships with international stakeholders, donors, and academic institutions to leverage resources and expertise in advancing LGBTQ+ health globally. Represent the organization in relevant global health forums and conferences.


-Master’s degree in Public Health, Global Health, International Development, or related field. A combination of relevant education and experience may be considered.
-Minimum of 2 years of professional experience in global health, with a focus on LGBTQ+ health issues and advocacy.
-Proven track record in designing and implementing health programs, including monitoring and evaluation.
-Experience in building partnerships and working collaboratively with diverse stakeholders, including LGBTQ+ communities, governments, NGOs, and multilateral agencies.
-Strong communication skills, including the ability to articulate complex issues clearly and effectively to diverse audiences.

Preferred Skills:
-Experience living or working in culturally diverse and resource-constrained settings.
Lead Grant Writing Supervisor & Subject Matter ExpertThis role is responsible for overseeing a team of volunteer grant writers, ensuring the timely and effective completion of grant proposals. This role involves providing supervision, guidance, and expertise in grant writing best practices and LGBTQ+ advocacy. The successful candidate will coordinate the grant writing process, keep grant writers on task, and ensure alignment with Destiel's mission and funding priorities.Grant WritingActive