WHO (World Health Organization) invites job applications for the post of Director & Technical Officer for the year 2020. Interested and eligible candidates can check out full details below.
Qualification: Degree in medicine or degree in social sciences, economics, the management or research-related areas, with post-graduate degree in public health or other related areas
Experience: Essential: At least 15 years of experience at progressively responsible levels, including considerable experience obtained in an international context, in planning and management of public health programmes and/or public health cooperation activities. Desirable: Previous work experience in a multicultural environment or an UN/multilateral organization will be an advantage.
Duties: Under the overall supervision and policy guidance of the Regional Director and under the direct supervision of Director, Programme Management the incumbent is responsible for: Directing, coordinating, monitoring and evaluating collaborative programmes with the Member States in the Region under the domain of Communicable Diseases taking into account the WHO core functions, priorities and country health needs. Harmonizing the work of other departments/technical units in SEARO, WCOs, HQ, national authorities, other UN agencies, various donors, private sector and civil societies.
Closing date: May 13, 2020, 3:29:00 AM
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Qualification: Essential: University degree in public health policy, management, biostatistics, or other relevant field related to the functions of the position. Desirable: Post graduate/Master’s level degree in Public Health.
Experience: Essential: At least five years’ relevant experience, including some international experience, in data management and data analysis for health policy or public health programmes. Desirable: Experience in the health systems, health information systems, or M&E of health sector strategies or plans of countries of SEA Region.
Duties: Support the monitoring and evaluation and reporting of the subject area of work of SEAR RMF key performance indicators (KPIs), health SDG targets, and the GPW13 Triple Billion goals reporting requirements and mechanisms to optimize performance of programme deliverables. Work closely within the HSD department; with the Programme, Planning and Coordination (PPC) unit, and with relevant technical programmes within SEARO to analyze and track trajectories at national levels to monitor progress towards the SEAR RMF KPIs, health SDGs, and GPW13 Triple Billion targets. Support the Regional Director, senior management, and technical programmes within SEARO, WHO Country Offices, and Member States with routine review of indicators, called stocktakes, in order to robustly assess progress against trajectories and recommend next steps when implementation is off-track.
Closing Date : May 12, 2020, 3:29:00 AM