The Maryland Global Initiatives Corporation is a nonprofit affiliate of the University of Maryland, Baltimore established by UMB to carry out UMB’s programs to strengthen health systems and improve the human condition in the areas where UMB operates through MGIC. MGIC has UMB-approved affiliates, field offices, and program offices (collectively known as “country offices”) throughout sub-Saharan Africa. MGIC activities are funded generally by U.S. government entities through cooperative agreements with UMB. The University of Maryland Baltimore (UMB) has received PEPFAR funding from the US government /CDC for Accelerating Malawi’s PEPFAR Laboratory Logistics and Infrastructure for Quality (AMPLIFY). This cooperative agreement aims to achieve and maintain HIV epidemic control. AMPLIFY will strengthen the laboratory efficiency, capacity, and quality through improving laboratory infrastructure, improving laboratory data utilization for decision making, training human resources, and adhering to quality management systems.
Applications are therefore welcome for the following vacant positions.
Position: PROJECT DRIVERS
Drivers will be responsible for driving, taking care of and reporting about the institution’s vehicles.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
Required and Preferred Qualifications
Mode of Application
Suitable candidates should apply through the following link:
The closing date for receiving applications 15th February 2021.