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30+ days ago

Organizational Learning Intern

Management Sciences for Health Arlington, VA

5) Assist with administrative tasks when necessary. 1) Graduate students majoring in Communications, Business, and Computer… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Technical Advisor

Management Sciences for Health Arlington, VA +2 locations

[1] Pharmaceutical systems include areas such as pharmaceutical law, medicine policy, regulatory affairs, quality assurance, product selection… Beyond.com


16 days ago

Principal Technical Advisor

Management Sciences for Health Arlington, VA

The Principal Technical Advisor (PTA) provides high level guidance on pharmaceutical management strategies and frameworks to be adopted by SIAPS… Beyond.com


13 days ago

Training Advisor

Management Sciences for Health Arlington, VA

1. Works closely with the Director and Deputy Director of the CPM Technical Strategy and Quality Unit in the production of new training material, and… Beyond.com


9 days ago

Training Design Contractor

Management Sciences for Health Arlington, VA

The Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) Program funded by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) builds… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Technical Advisor

Management Sciences for Health Arlington, VA +3 locations

The Senior Technical Advisor (STA) is responsible for providing technical assistance aimed at strengthening pharmaceutical systems especially in the… Beyond.com


16 hrs ago

Project Associate – new

Management Sciences for Health Arlington, VA +3 locations

The PA/CB is responsible for logistical and administrative support required by the two work streams. S/he will work with the CD Program Officers… Beyond.com


16 hrs ago

Associate Director for Pooled Procurement Mechanism Project – new

Management Sciences for Health Arlington, VA

* He/She is responsible for the management and direct supervision of the PPM functions of Procurement Operations, Client Relations, Freight… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Leadership Management and Governance Project Intern

Management Sciences for Health Arlington, VA

Candidates should be based in or willing to relocate to Arlington, VA or Medford, MA at their own… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Business Proposal Cost and Pricing Officer

Management Sciences for Health Arlington, VA

** **_I. _****_Cost Proposal Development and Submission_**: 1. Gather, research, analyze and document all cost assumptions for cost proposal… Beyond.com


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    Increased productivity and stronger work ethic does not translate to better opportunities for advancement.

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    Current Employee - Project Associate  in  Medford, MA
    Current Employee - Project Associate in Medford, MA

    I have been working at Management Sciences for Health full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Good social work environment, excellent benefits, plenty of time off, highly entertaining stream of conciseness rants from the CEO. If one is so inclined, it is quite easy to coast by doing the minimum required of a position.

    Cons

    Management does not seem interested in developing its employees to build a strong and dedicated internal pipeline. Those who have been at MSH longer term have not had a steady career track allowing for specialization. Instead you are on your own to find new opportunities within the organization ignoring any strengths one may have. The culture promotes mediocrity in their pay scale increase structure. Everyone falls into the middle tier regardless of actual output/ productivity. There is little emphasis on trying to retain or develop good employees. Specifically for project associates, those with a significantly larger workload (5+ projects) are regarded and (not) rewarded at the same level as those with less demanding workloads (1-2 projects).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Shift the corporate focus back to facilitating the success of project design and implementation. The project win rate has plummeted and project performance has also suffered due to a lack of resources and man power dedicated to project implementation and management. The recent shift seems to focus on building a more vertically integrated corporate structure losing sight of the intended purpose of MSH. There is also a very strong "good old boys'" club mentality based on mutual back scratching instead of workplace/ project performance.

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