UNICEF Indonesia is seeking highly qualified Indonesian nationals to fill the following position:
Health Specialist, Maternal & Newborn Health – Jakarta
Under the general guidance of the Health Specialist MNCH, the incumbent will coordinate the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the UNICEF Indonesia Maternal and Newborn projects. Also work closely with the other Health and Nutrition sub-units staff to assure coordination/integrations, with their activities.
- Advance University Degree in Health Sciences, Master in Public Health.
- At least 5 (five) years of professional working experience in related fields of community development in mother and child health care.
- Experience in report writing.
- Fluency in English and Bahasa Indonesia.
- Level of decision making. The staff can be relied upon to provide up-to-date professional expertise to the Field Offices in his or her sector and to leverage this expertise successfully to meet the goals of UNICEF.
- Must be able to demonstrate the requisite aptitudes and experience for developing, managing, monitoring and evaluating health programmes.
- Technical understanding of health project including knowledge of latest developments and technology. Training ability. Strong analytical, negotiating, communication and advocacy skills.
- Proven ability to conceptualize, develop, plan and manage programme as well as to transfer knowledge and skills.
- Good computer skills.
- Demonstrated ability to work in a multi cultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationships, both within and outside the organization.
Candidates should submit an application letter together with comprehensive curriculum vitae, a recent identity photograph post tide applied on the envelope, to:
HR Officer UNICEF,
Wisma Metropolitan II, 11th fl,
JI. Jend Sudirman Kav 31
Send electronically to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please quote the post title applied on the subject line.
Closing date: 28 February 2009.
Applications from qualified women are encouraged.
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