ShareEmailPrint To learn more, read: Posted on September 21, 2018September 25, 2018Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Interested in a position in reproductive, maternal, newborn, child or adolescent health? Every month, the Maternal Health Task Force rounds up job and internship postings from around the globe.AfricaResearch and Implementation Data Scientist: Partners in Health; Maryland, LiberiaCommunications Analyst: UNFPA; Gaborone, BotswanaAsiaConsultant – Sr. Maternal Health Advisor: Jhpiego; BangladeshInternational Consultant (Data Analysis): UNICEF; Dhaka, BangladeshManager, Monitoring and Evaluation: Clinton Health Access Initiative, Inc.; New Delhi, IndiaMedia/Communication Specialist: UNFPA; Kabul, AfghanistanProgram Manager – Post-Pregnancy Family Planning Choices Study: Jhpiego; Jakarta, IndonesiaSenior Program Officer: Bill & Melinda Gates foundation; New Delhi, IndiaGlobalTechnical Officer (Reproductive Health): WHO; multiple locations: New Delhi, Geneva, Brazzaville, Cairo, Kathmandu, Islamabad, Kigali, Johannesburg, Harare, CotonouNorth AmericaBusiness Development Manager: White Ribbon Alliance; Washington D.C.Corporate & Foundation Partnership Officer: Jhpiego; Baltimore, MDExecutive Associate, Office of the Executive Director: UNFPA; New York, NYJunior Digital Marketing and Communications Coordinator: Every Mother Counts; New York, NYSenior Program Officer, Maternal Health Lead: Bill & Melinda Gates foundation; Seattle, Washington —Is your organization hiring? Please contact us if you have maternal health job or internship opportunities that you would like included in our next job roundup.Share this:
2012 $197,0002011 $189,9002010 $200,0002009 $215,0002008 $250,0002007 $250,000Source: RMLS, Portland.Clark County home sales were even warmer than the weather in May, as a growing number of investors and buyers made their way into the local market.Closed sales grew 12.9 percent to 473 homes sold across the county in May, up from 419 houses sold during the same month last year, according to RMLS, a Portland-based listing service. More homes were sold in May than the 400 houses sold in the previous month, which represented the fourth consecutive month-to-month increase, the RMLS reported.Sellers also fetched higher asking prices for the existing homes sold last month, due in part to a smaller supply of available listings.New listings in May dipped 7.9 percent from the same month last year, the RMLS reported. At the same time, the median price — half sold for more, half for less — was $197,000 in May for all homes sold in Clark County, a 3.7 percent increase compared with the same period last year.Brokers are seeing pent-up demand from a wide variety of buyers, including some who are tired of renting during the long housing slump, said Terry Wollam a broker with Re/Max Equity Group in Vancouver.He’s noticed, among other trends, that some buyers are keeping their first-time house to rent out and hold as an investment, and then buying a second home. “They’re keeping the new house to live in,” he said.