Team Leader (WHO Health Emergencies)
Closing Date: Feb 18, 2020, 5:59:00 AM
Essential: A medical degree and an advanced post-graduate University degree in Epidemiology or public health with strong epidemiology from an accredited/recognized institute.
Desirable: Specific training in humanitarian response and/or disaster management.
Essential: 1. Essential: At least 10 years' of relevant experience, including considerable experience in an international context, in emergency management and operations, with proven experience in incident management systems and responding to disease outbreaks;
2. The above should include substantial experience (3-5 years) in leadership positions, capacity building and their implementation; Experience in developing and promoting collaborative partnerships and/or experience in developing countries and substantial experience in efficient human and financial resource management.
Desirable: Relevant work experience in natural disasters/ health emergency management and related strategy development with WHO/UN agencies or reputable international organizations.
• Demonstrated knowledge of the rapid response operations and their implementation in emergencies as related to public health.
• Ability to identify and manage difficult and complex situations, to lead and direct multidisciplinary and multinational staff.
• Excellent skills in the assessment, monitoring, analysis and evaluation of emergency situations, with the ability to conceptualize and implement innovative strategies and advocate their implementation.
• Authoritative and comprehensive knowledge of the theory, principles, methods and techniques in international emergency management system.
• Strong strategic thinking, with the ability to quickly comprehend strategic and tactical objectives and to formulate comprehensive plans to address challenges/risks.
• Technical expertise and Overall attitude at work are also required mandatory competencies.
Other Skills (e.g. IT): Proficient in MS Office Software applications, data analysis and technical presentations
Respecting and promoting individual and cultural differences
Building and promoting partnerships across the organization and beyond
Creating an empowering and motivating environment
Use of Language Skills
Essential: Expert knowledge of English.
Desirable: Beginners knowledge of Bahasa Indonesia.
WHO salaries for staff in the Professional category are calculated in US dollars. The remuneration for the above position comprises an annual base salary starting at USD 87,108 (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance, as applicable), a variable post adjustment, which reflects the cost of living in a particular duty station, and currently amounts to USD 2359 per month for the duty station indicated above. Other benefits include 30 days of annual leave, allowances for dependent family members, home leave, and an education grant for dependent children.
Please read the complete vacancy notice and apply from here:
WHO in Indonesia
Founded on 7 April 1948, the World Health Organization (WHO) is an organization consisted of 194 member states. While WHO gives guidance on global health matters, it is the member states that decide on global policies to address global health concerns through an annual assembly mechanism.
Through its country offices, the organization provides technical supports to the government of the member states. Additionally, supports are also given by WHO’s 6 regional offices and headquarters. Independently, Indonesia opted to be in the South East Asia Region with other 10 countries including Thailand and India when it joined WHO on 23 May 1950.
Currently, the collaboration between the WHO Country Office to Indonesia (WHO Indonesia) with the Government of Indonesia, represented mainly by the Ministry of Health, are covering 5 categories (communicable and noncommunicable diseases, promoting health through the life-course, development of health system particularly on policies, and preparedness, surveillance and response).
The specific focused areas are control of tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, malaria, vaccine preventable diseases, mental health, injuries prevention, nutrition and prevention of noncommunicable diseases. Other collaboration areas include developing he quality of mother and child care, healthy ageing, food safety, human resources, medicines, health systems information, international health regulations, epidemic, pandemic disease and emergencies response.
On 1st January 2014 Indonesia launched a national health insurance programme called Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional (JKN). With Universal Health Coverage is one focus WHO endorses, WHO Country Office for Indonesia is supporting the country to reach full population coverage by 2019.
Understanding how health always intertwines with other sectors, WHO also collaborates with other partners. Within the UN system, WHO works with other UN agencies through the United Nations Partnership for Development Framework (UNPDF).
Tell us what you’re looking for and we’ll match you to the most relevant Hospital Please provide some additional details for your application Almost there - Please provide some details about your job search in general