Avenir Health is dedicated to enhancing social and economic development in the fields of HIV/AIDS, family planning and reproductive health, child survival and infectious diseases. We do this by providing tools and technical assistance in policy, planning, modeling, resource allocation and evaluation. Much of our work uses computer modeling to examine the impact of interventions, including new technologies, in averting new infections, deaths or unplanned pregnancies.

Avenir Health offers competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package. We are accepting applications for the following positions:

Project SOAR, Request for Applications, technical assistance to the eSwatini MoH and HISg

Updated 5/2018

PEPFAR, through USAID, has supported Project SOAR (Supporting Operational AIDS Research) to develop through Avenir Health the VMMC Site Capacity and Productivity assessment Tool (SCPT). As part of the suite of VMMC Data for Decision Making Tools, the SCPT focuses on the site level to bring important data to manage site performance, capacity, and quality service delivery. Avenir Health is seeking to contract for a short term (June - September 2018) an organization or a firm to support the implementation of these suite of tools in eSwatini. The eligibility criteria and application procedure are available on the following link:

Link to application


Updated 5/2018

Avenir Health has an immediate opportunity for a full time entry level programmer. Programmer will be required to develop, maintain and support computer modeling applications for use in the international public health field. Programmer will work closely with senior research and programming staff to translate analytical health models into user friendly application tools. Target environments include desktop, web and mobile using Embarcadero Delphi, JavaScript and supporting libraries. Individual should possess BA/BS Computer Science/Math or related degree, team-player attitude, and strong incentive to learn in a small company environment.

Qualified candidates should email cover letter and resume to: Attn: Bob McKinnon

Health Analysis and Modeling

Updated 1/2018

We are seeking a health specialist with strong quantitative skills to contribute to policy analysis and planning activities that support international donors and national programs in HIV, reproductive health and child survival. The ideal candidate will have experience in analysis of DHS data sets, simulation modeling and statistics. Responsibilities include contributing to project teams on activities including developing and applying simulation models, analyzing survey data, projections of future consequences, analysis of impact, cost and cost-effectiveness of programs. We are particularly interested in candidates who can conduct a variety of quantitative tasks, including computer modeling, simulation, and complex analyses. The position will require international travel and the ability to work well with developing country counterparts and support capacity building. Candidates should have a relevant post-graduate degree (PhD, MPH, etc.) or equivalent experience in international public health. Proficiency in a second language is a plus. The position is located in Glastonbury, CT, USA.

Qualified candidates should email cover letter and resume to: