JOB POST: Technical Officer (Nursing) at WHO, New Delhi: Apply by May 20

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World Health Organisation (WHO New Delhi) invites job application Technical Officer (Nursing) for the year 2020. Interested and eligible candidates can check out full details below.

Eligibility
  • Education: Essential: University degree in nursing and Master’s degree in Public Health/ Human Resources for Health Management/ Health Education or related degree. Desirable: Doctoral degree in nursing or any other health related field.
  • Experience: Essential: At least seven years combined experience at the national and international levels in Nursing, including leadership experience in Nursing development. Desirable: Working experience in WHO including South-East Asia Region.
  • Skills: Essential: 1. Broad in-depth knowledge in health systems programmes, including up-to-date knowledge of nursing education, practice and service delivery. 2. High level of technical and managerial competence for designing, planning, implementing, directing and evaluating nursing educational system. 3. Sound knowledge of current trends in nursing practice and regulation at the regional and international levels. 4. Excellent written and oral communications skills. Desirable: Experience in WHO and/or Knowledge of WHO rules and regulations and good knowledge of the working of UN and other international agencies.
Duties
  • Supporting the monitoring and analysis of nursing needs, based on improved quality, completeness and timeliness of HRH data, including on production, distribution and retention of nurses, and analysis of skill mix and competences required to meet current and future health services needs.
  • Supporting development and implementation of national strategic plans for Human Resources for Health, (including nursing in them), that take account of health labour market dynamics, are based on best available evidence, and are designed to support progress towards UHC in WHO SEAR countries.
  • Providing technical advice on nursing to country HRH units and/or nursing directorates in Ministry of Health.
  • Supporting review and reform of pre-service nursing education and training, including curriculum review, faculty development, strengthening of accreditation systems and regulation of education systems to adapt to health needs of today and tomorrow.
  • Supporting in strengthening in-service training programme to build capacity in various clinical areas as well as management and leadership.

For application & more details, click here.

 

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