Search All Job Opportunities in Myanmar | New Day Jobs

Find All Jobs, Vacancies, Internships in Myanmar. Apply today for career opportunities in Sales, Marketing, Management, Engineering, IT, Dev, Designer, Operations, Admin,+.

Health Counselor (MHPSS)
International Rescue Committee IT / Development healthcare 
Yangon Negotiable
Scope of work:This position is specifically assigned for MHPSS services in Muse, Nakham, Kut Kai and Mansi Townships (Mang Weing Gyi) of Northern Shan State and he or she will directly reports to clinic team supervisor. He or she will responsible for implementing MHPSS activities in IDP camps and targeted villages, building MHPSS capacity of mobile clinic team members and community health workers of both IRC and partner organization. He or she will also need to involve in front line emergency response during disaster or conflicts.Responsibilities Implementation of MHPSS activities in IDP camps and targeted villages Organize and responsible for MHPSS services in camp and targeted villagesIdentify the main mental health and psychosocial problems in targeted camps and villagesProvide awareness session related with mental health and psychosocial problems and support to community and volunteers from targeted IDPs camps and villagesProvide individual and group counseling and psychosocial support to beneficiaries who were detected mental health problem and needed psychosocial supportFacilitate and coordinate with Camp Management Committee and village leaders to get smooth program implementation activitiesPrepare monthly work plan of MHSS activities to cover targeted IDP camps and villages regularlyCoordinate with partner organizations and health departments for appropriate and available referral points to get advance treatmentProvide MHPSS technical support to Mobile Clinic Nurse (s), Community Health Officer (s), Health Promotor (s), to ensure in detecting MHPSS problems and improving knowledge of mental health and psychosocial first aid serviceCoordinate with Mobile clinic teams and clinic team supervisor to integrate MHPSS component in primary health care servicesSubmit regularly the monthly activities and achievement report to Clinic Team SupervisorParticipate in MHPSS working group meeting with partner organizations in Township level as representative of IRC MHPSS Capacity building of the mobile team members and volunteers Provide MHPSS awareness and psychological first aid training to community health volunteers as quarterlyOrganize training sessions to mobile team members and volunteers on psychosocial first aid training and MHPSS awareness session as needed Monitoring and evaluation Coordinate with M & E responsible persons to organize data entry and analysis of monthly MHPSS activities and achievements in the standard IRC - Humanitarian Health Response DatabaseParticipate in the MHPSS assessment in order to identify main mental health problems, coaching mechanism and impact among the IDP and communityAssist Clinic Team Supervisor and coordinate with M & E officer to prepare Monthly narrative report and data report Reporting Provide regular, on time and quality monthly narrative report to Clinic Team SupervisorAssist Project Manager on preparation of donor, IRC in-country and HQ report as needed OtherCoordinate with program support teams to implement project activities in timeIn coordination with members of WPE program, Operation department, Finance Department from IRCRemain flexible to perform other duties as required or requested QualificationsBachelors in Psychology/ B.N.Sc or Diploma in nursing with minimum 1 year experience in patient counselling.Favorable to person who have previous experience in working in humanitarian settingDemonstrated experience in MHPSSAdaptable, flexible and mature in judgmentGood assessment, analytical, planning and reporting skillsHave ability and motivation to travel and work long continuous days in remote IDP camps/ remote villages in Shan StatesDemonstrated experience in building capacity, designing and delivering training'sGood practice on MS packageGood communication skillsGood in English required, knowledge of Myanmar or other local languages preferred Myanmar nationals with relevant skills sets and proven experience of working at international level are strongly encouraged.
International Rescue Committee
(IT / Development) healthcare 
Scope of work:This position is specifically assigned for MHPSS services in Muse, Nakham, Kut Kai and Mansi Townships (Mang Weing Gyi) of Northern Shan State and he or she will directly reports to clinic team supervisor. He or she will responsible for implementing MHPSS activities in IDP camps and targeted villages, building MHPSS capacity of mobile clinic team members and community health workers of both IRC and partner organization. He or she will also need to involve in front line emergency response during disaster or conflicts.Responsibilities Implementation of MHPSS activities in IDP camps and targeted villages Organize and responsible for MHPSS services in camp and targeted villagesIdentify the main mental health and psychosocial problems in targeted camps and villagesProvide awareness session related with mental health and psychosocial problems and support to community and volunteers from targeted IDPs camps and villagesProvide individual and group counseling and psychosocial support to beneficiaries who were detected mental health problem and needed psychosocial supportFacilitate and coordinate with Camp Management Committee and village leaders to get smooth program implementation activitiesPrepare monthly work plan of MHSS activities to cover targeted IDP camps and villages regularlyCoordinate with partner organizations and health departments for appropriate and available referral points to get advance treatmentProvide MHPSS technical support to Mobile Clinic Nurse (s), Community Health Officer (s), Health Promotor (s), to ensure in detecting MHPSS problems and improving knowledge of mental health and psychosocial first aid serviceCoordinate with Mobile clinic teams and clinic team supervisor to integrate MHPSS component in primary health care servicesSubmit regularly the monthly activities and achievement report to Clinic Team SupervisorParticipate in MHPSS working group meeting with partner organizations in Township level as representative of IRC MHPSS Capacity building of the mobile team members and volunteers Provide MHPSS awareness and psychological first aid training to community health volunteers as quarterlyOrganize training sessions to mobile team members and volunteers on psychosocial first aid training and MHPSS awareness session as needed Monitoring and evaluation Coordinate with M & E responsible persons to organize data entry and analysis of monthly MHPSS activities and achievements in the standard IRC - Humanitarian Health Response DatabaseParticipate in the MHPSS assessment in order to identify main mental health problems, coaching mechanism and impact among the IDP and communityAssist Clinic Team Supervisor and coordinate with M & E officer to prepare Monthly narrative report and data report Reporting Provide regular, on time and quality monthly narrative report to Clinic Team SupervisorAssist Project Manager on preparation of donor, IRC in-country and HQ report as needed OtherCoordinate with program support teams to implement project activities in timeIn coordination with members of WPE program, Operation department, Finance Department from IRCRemain flexible to perform other duties as required or requested QualificationsBachelors in Psychology/ B.N.Sc or Diploma in nursing with minimum 1 year experience in patient counselling.Favorable to person who have previous experience in working in humanitarian settingDemonstrated experience in MHPSSAdaptable, flexible and mature in judgmentGood assessment, analytical, planning and reporting skillsHave ability and motivation to travel and work long continuous days in remote IDP camps/ remote villages in Shan StatesDemonstrated experience in building capacity, designing and delivering training'sGood practice on MS packageGood communication skillsGood in English required, knowledge of Myanmar or other local languages preferred Myanmar nationals with relevant skills sets and proven experience of working at international level are strongly encouraged.
SRH Nurse
International Rescue Committee (Civic & social organization) English (Fluent)  Medical knowledge  healthcare 
Lashio Negotiable
Job DescriptionScope of work: The clinic nurse (SRH) will be responsible for implementation of sexual and reproductive health activities in IDP camps especially in WPE/SRH integrated center, safe space and crisis center. This position reports to medical doctor (FMU) and is based in Lashio, Northern Shan State with 85% travelling inside identified IDP camps and/ or isolated villages from Kutkai Township.ResponsibilitiesImplementation of clinical care for SRH activities Provide regular workplan in balancing with SRH activities in SRH center, safe space, crisis center and fever management unit.Provide ante-natal care and post-natal care to pregnant and post-partum women including c-IYCF counsellingConduct family planning counselling sessions using GATHER counselling approach and assist the clients in order to decide and choose suitable/ appropriate methods of contraception.Provide FP services including both short-term and long-term reversible contraception except implant.Assist medical doctor (SRH) in providing clinical care of sexual assault survivors according MOHS guidelines and IRC’s standard CCSAS guidelines.Involve in proper triage of patients presenting to center/safe space/clinicPerform laboratory test (e.g. RDT Syphilis) and/ or collect test samples as deemed necessaryProvide MHPSS counselling as neededProvide SRH awareness raising in SRH center, safe space, crisis center and IDP camps as neededCoordinate with clinic nurse of SRH center for SRH activitiesCoordinate and collaborate with WPE teams for SRH activities in targeted locationsSupervise peer educators from the camps in providing SRH awareness in the respective camps. Coordinate with clinic team supervisor and nurse supervisor in capacity building and technical support for SRH peer educators. Record keeping and medical supplies management Administer and dispense drugs as prescribed by medical doctor (SRH)/ medical doctor (FMU) and to ensure that the patient/ client is clear on how to take the medication (correct dosage/ frequency and duration)Record the dispensed to every patient/client in daily consumption register/ record bookComplete and keep proper medical records and registerAssist in managing stock of drugs and RH commodities of the center/ clinicPrepare and check emergency kits and essential/ complementary drugs kits monthlyAssist medical doctor to manage center database including data compilation, entry and reporting Infection prevention, control and waste management Follow and ensure proper Infection prevention and control measures in SRH center/ clinic adapted with COVID-19 response IPCSegregate and dispose medical waste according to standard waste management protocolsSupervise clinic volunteers/ cleaners to ensure proper IPC practices in SRH center/ clinicProvide capacity building to clinic volunteers/ cleaners regarding standard IPC measures and waste management practices in SRH center.Assist medical doctor (SRH), medical doctor (FMU) and project manager in development of proper waste management plan as needed Monitoring and evaluation Record patient/ client’s data in confidential manners.Assist medical doctor to organize data entry and analysis of monthly SRH activities and achievements in the standard IRC – Humanitarian Health Response DatabaseAssist medical doctor and Project Manager to prepare IRC Global Minimum Health Indicators Report, Monthly Data Reports, etc. Reporting Provide regular, on time and quality monthly narrative report to medical doctor (FMU)Assist Project Manager on preparation of donor, IRC in-country and HQ report as needed OtherCoordinate with program support teams to implement project activities in timeProvide procurement documents in advance as neededIn collaboration with other members of the health project team, participate in the design and implementation of formative assessments and baseline studies in order to identify health priorities and practices among the IDP and communityRemain flexible to perform other duties as required or requested. QualificationsValid licensed nurse (female) with B.N.Sc or diploma of nursing and minimum 2 years’ experiences in reproductive health activities, IPC and waste managementFavorable to person with experience on medical response to disaster area, emergency need assessment during disaster/ conflictsSensitivity to the needs and priorities of conflicted affected populationsAdaptable, flexible and mature in judgmentGood assessment, analytical, planning and reporting skillsHave ability and motivation to travel and work long continuous days in remote IDP camps/ remote villagesGood English language skill (both oral and written), favorable to person who can speak local language (Kachin/ Ta-ang/ Shan)Good practice on MS packageSkilled in community mobilization, facilitation and health educationWell understanding on confidentiality and humanitarian principles Myanmar nationals with relevant skills sets and proven experience of working at international level are strongly encouraged.
International Rescue Committee
(Civic & social organization) English (Fluent)  Medical knowledge  healthcare 
Job DescriptionScope of work: The clinic nurse (SRH) will be responsible for implementation of sexual and reproductive health activities in IDP camps especially in WPE/SRH integrated center, safe space and crisis center. This position reports to medical doctor (FMU) and is based in Lashio, Northern Shan State with 85% travelling inside identified IDP camps and/ or isolated villages from Kutkai Township.ResponsibilitiesImplementation of clinical care for SRH activities Provide regular workplan in balancing with SRH activities in SRH center, safe space, crisis center and fever management unit.Provide ante-natal care and post-natal care to pregnant and post-partum women including c-IYCF counsellingConduct family planning counselling sessions using GATHER counselling approach and assist the clients in order to decide and choose suitable/ appropriate methods of contraception.Provide FP services including both short-term and long-term reversible contraception except implant.Assist medical doctor (SRH) in providing clinical care of sexual assault survivors according MOHS guidelines and IRC’s standard CCSAS guidelines.Involve in proper triage of patients presenting to center/safe space/clinicPerform laboratory test (e.g. RDT Syphilis) and/ or collect test samples as deemed necessaryProvide MHPSS counselling as neededProvide SRH awareness raising in SRH center, safe space, crisis center and IDP camps as neededCoordinate with clinic nurse of SRH center for SRH activitiesCoordinate and collaborate with WPE teams for SRH activities in targeted locationsSupervise peer educators from the camps in providing SRH awareness in the respective camps. Coordinate with clinic team supervisor and nurse supervisor in capacity building and technical support for SRH peer educators. Record keeping and medical supplies management Administer and dispense drugs as prescribed by medical doctor (SRH)/ medical doctor (FMU) and to ensure that the patient/ client is clear on how to take the medication (correct dosage/ frequency and duration)Record the dispensed to every patient/client in daily consumption register/ record bookComplete and keep proper medical records and registerAssist in managing stock of drugs and RH commodities of the center/ clinicPrepare and check emergency kits and essential/ complementary drugs kits monthlyAssist medical doctor to manage center database including data compilation, entry and reporting Infection prevention, control and waste management Follow and ensure proper Infection prevention and control measures in SRH center/ clinic adapted with COVID-19 response IPCSegregate and dispose medical waste according to standard waste management protocolsSupervise clinic volunteers/ cleaners to ensure proper IPC practices in SRH center/ clinicProvide capacity building to clinic volunteers/ cleaners regarding standard IPC measures and waste management practices in SRH center.Assist medical doctor (SRH), medical doctor (FMU) and project manager in development of proper waste management plan as needed Monitoring and evaluation Record patient/ client’s data in confidential manners.Assist medical doctor to organize data entry and analysis of monthly SRH activities and achievements in the standard IRC – Humanitarian Health Response DatabaseAssist medical doctor and Project Manager to prepare IRC Global Minimum Health Indicators Report, Monthly Data Reports, etc. Reporting Provide regular, on time and quality monthly narrative report to medical doctor (FMU)Assist Project Manager on preparation of donor, IRC in-country and HQ report as needed OtherCoordinate with program support teams to implement project activities in timeProvide procurement documents in advance as neededIn collaboration with other members of the health project team, participate in the design and implementation of formative assessments and baseline studies in order to identify health priorities and practices among the IDP and communityRemain flexible to perform other duties as required or requested. QualificationsValid licensed nurse (female) with B.N.Sc or diploma of nursing and minimum 2 years’ experiences in reproductive health activities, IPC and waste managementFavorable to person with experience on medical response to disaster area, emergency need assessment during disaster/ conflictsSensitivity to the needs and priorities of conflicted affected populationsAdaptable, flexible and mature in judgmentGood assessment, analytical, planning and reporting skillsHave ability and motivation to travel and work long continuous days in remote IDP camps/ remote villagesGood English language skill (both oral and written), favorable to person who can speak local language (Kachin/ Ta-ang/ Shan)Good practice on MS packageSkilled in community mobilization, facilitation and health educationWell understanding on confidentiality and humanitarian principles Myanmar nationals with relevant skills sets and proven experience of working at international level are strongly encouraged.
Director, Infectious Diseases Program, Myanmar Country Program
PATH (Non-profit organization management) English (Fluent)  Leadership 
Anywhere in Myanmar Negotiable
PATH is currently recruiting for a Director for Infectious Disease Program.PATH is a global organization that works to accelerate health equity by bringing together public institutions, businesses, social enterprises, and investors to solve the world’s most pressing health challenges. With expertise in science, health, technology, advocacy, and dozens of other specialties, PATH develops and scales innovative solutions—including vaccines, drugs, devices, diagnostics, and approaches to strengthening health systems worldwide.PATH has an office established in Myanmar in late 2013. The PATH Myanmar Country Program is currently implementing a broad portfolio of activities on a range of health issues including nutrition, vaccines and immunization systems strengthening, and sexual and reproductive health. Our current projects in Myanmar include the introduction of fortified rice, technical assistance to the government on vaccine introduction, developing and implementing national guidelines and policies on sexual and reproductive health and rights, and immunization waste management systems strengthening.The PATH Myanmar Director, Infectious Diseases (ID) Program, leads the design and implementation of PATH’s public health programs and organizational investments in Infectious Diseases in Myanmar. The Director oversees an evolving portfolio of grant funded projects related to Malaria & Tuberculosis control and elimination, and will expand PATH’s portfolio in Infectious Diseases. The Director represents PATH externally, serving as a scientific expert and external representative for Infectious Diseases, and supports PATHs global work in the space.INFECTIOUS DISEASES PROGRAMSSpecificallyWork with existing project and program leaders within Public Health to develop and implement program direction based on consideration of a broad range of internal and external factors, and an understanding of the relationships between various PATH program areas.Identify and oversee the development of responses to new funding opportunities.Build PATH Myanmar’s Malaria & Tuberculosis portfolio by leading business development opportunities in this spaceHire and develop key talent for the programs.Serve as performance leader and mentor for project leads in IDs.Provide strategic leadership and support to the Infectious Diseases teams.Review and provide oversight for project implementation and evaluation; review and approve all program reports and materials developed for public dissemination.Ensure that the programs meet and exceed donor expectations of quality and delivery.CROSS PATH AND EXTERNAL REPRESENTATIONRepresent the Infectious Diseases Programs with internal PATH partners and key external audience, including:Model clear, open, and collaborative communication approaches in a dynamic environment.Collaborate closely with global program leaders to provide scientific accountability and needed expertise for country-based work.Work with Product Development program leaders to identify opportunities for ProductDevelopment collaboration across the platforms of vaccines, diagnostics, drug development and devices/tools.Represent PATH externally, serving as a scientific expert and external representative for Government of Myanmar’s efforts for controlling and eliminating IDs.Build PATH’s capacity in IDs through development of cross PATH collaborations and recruitment of new technical expertise, including at country level.Interface with donors for updating project progress and identifying focus areasEngage with National and State Governments for smooth functioning of projectsLEADERSHIPProvide overall leadership consistent with PATH’s mission, values, and policies.Provide thought leadership at PATH in the area of Infectious Diseases elimination.Participate in panels, conferences and other events ensuring that PATH is represented in key stakeholder conversations locally and globally.Engage Infectious Diseases leaders in building a resilient program positioned to leverage the dynamic donor and global landscape for greatest impact.Model cultural and organizational agility internally and externally.PUBLIC HEALTH (PH) PORTFOLIOWork collaboratively with other program teams that include: Reproductive Health; Maternal, Newborn, Child Health and Nutrition; and to:Identify opportunities and develop cross program responses to funding opportunities.Drive business development activities to create a diversified and sustainable portfolio.Partner with other members of the leadership team to build cross-program public health competencies in surveillance, evidence-based interventions, innovation in policy and programs, implementation science and operational research monitoring and evaluation.Participate in the development and evolution of the overall PATH Myanmar Impact portfolio and strategy.Required SkillsRequired ExperienceDoctoral degree in medicine, public health, or other relevant field.Advanced degree and/or training in Infectious Diseases.At least ten (10) years of experience in medical practice with seven (07) years of progressively responsible leadership roles in the design and/or delivery of public health programs and research with a preference for experience in working on Infectious Diseases (Malaria and/or Tuberculosis in Myanmar)Nationally recognized leader in and experience working in Infectious Diseases (Malaria and/or Tuberculosis)Good people management and communication skills to manage conflict effectively and motivate employees with commitment to building a shared vision of the future, setting standards and managing individual and team performance,Good analytical, solution-oriented skills and business acumen with the ability to deliver quality, high impact projects while providing value to donors.Demonstrated ability to provide strategic leadership and maintain clarity and focus of investments and action.Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a collaborative organizational structure.Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-site team-based organizational structure, including partners and other collaborators.Ability to work with people with divergent points of view and to respectfully navigate differences.Demonstrated ability to work with partners to achieve results.Demonstrated ability to engage with donors and National and State GovernmentsFluency in English.Available to travel nationally and internationally up to 30 percent.Must have legal authorization to work in Myanmar.PATH is dedicated to building an inclusive workforce where diversity is valued. PATH is an equal opportunity employer. Every qualified applicant will be considered for employment. PATH does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or orientation, genetic information, age, national origin, marital status, disability status, political ideology, military or protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.
PATH
(Non-profit organization management) English (Fluent)  Leadership 
PATH is currently recruiting for a Director for Infectious Disease Program.PATH is a global organization that works to accelerate health equity by bringing together public institutions, businesses, social enterprises, and investors to solve the world’s most pressing health challenges. With expertise in science, health, technology, advocacy, and dozens of other specialties, PATH develops and scales innovative solutions—including vaccines, drugs, devices, diagnostics, and approaches to strengthening health systems worldwide.PATH has an office established in Myanmar in late 2013. The PATH Myanmar Country Program is currently implementing a broad portfolio of activities on a range of health issues including nutrition, vaccines and immunization systems strengthening, and sexual and reproductive health. Our current projects in Myanmar include the introduction of fortified rice, technical assistance to the government on vaccine introduction, developing and implementing national guidelines and policies on sexual and reproductive health and rights, and immunization waste management systems strengthening.The PATH Myanmar Director, Infectious Diseases (ID) Program, leads the design and implementation of PATH’s public health programs and organizational investments in Infectious Diseases in Myanmar. The Director oversees an evolving portfolio of grant funded projects related to Malaria & Tuberculosis control and elimination, and will expand PATH’s portfolio in Infectious Diseases. The Director represents PATH externally, serving as a scientific expert and external representative for Infectious Diseases, and supports PATHs global work in the space.INFECTIOUS DISEASES PROGRAMSSpecificallyWork with existing project and program leaders within Public Health to develop and implement program direction based on consideration of a broad range of internal and external factors, and an understanding of the relationships between various PATH program areas.Identify and oversee the development of responses to new funding opportunities.Build PATH Myanmar’s Malaria & Tuberculosis portfolio by leading business development opportunities in this spaceHire and develop key talent for the programs.Serve as performance leader and mentor for project leads in IDs.Provide strategic leadership and support to the Infectious Diseases teams.Review and provide oversight for project implementation and evaluation; review and approve all program reports and materials developed for public dissemination.Ensure that the programs meet and exceed donor expectations of quality and delivery.CROSS PATH AND EXTERNAL REPRESENTATIONRepresent the Infectious Diseases Programs with internal PATH partners and key external audience, including:Model clear, open, and collaborative communication approaches in a dynamic environment.Collaborate closely with global program leaders to provide scientific accountability and needed expertise for country-based work.Work with Product Development program leaders to identify opportunities for ProductDevelopment collaboration across the platforms of vaccines, diagnostics, drug development and devices/tools.Represent PATH externally, serving as a scientific expert and external representative for Government of Myanmar’s efforts for controlling and eliminating IDs.Build PATH’s capacity in IDs through development of cross PATH collaborations and recruitment of new technical expertise, including at country level.Interface with donors for updating project progress and identifying focus areasEngage with National and State Governments for smooth functioning of projectsLEADERSHIPProvide overall leadership consistent with PATH’s mission, values, and policies.Provide thought leadership at PATH in the area of Infectious Diseases elimination.Participate in panels, conferences and other events ensuring that PATH is represented in key stakeholder conversations locally and globally.Engage Infectious Diseases leaders in building a resilient program positioned to leverage the dynamic donor and global landscape for greatest impact.Model cultural and organizational agility internally and externally.PUBLIC HEALTH (PH) PORTFOLIOWork collaboratively with other program teams that include: Reproductive Health; Maternal, Newborn, Child Health and Nutrition; and to:Identify opportunities and develop cross program responses to funding opportunities.Drive business development activities to create a diversified and sustainable portfolio.Partner with other members of the leadership team to build cross-program public health competencies in surveillance, evidence-based interventions, innovation in policy and programs, implementation science and operational research monitoring and evaluation.Participate in the development and evolution of the overall PATH Myanmar Impact portfolio and strategy.Required SkillsRequired ExperienceDoctoral degree in medicine, public health, or other relevant field.Advanced degree and/or training in Infectious Diseases.At least ten (10) years of experience in medical practice with seven (07) years of progressively responsible leadership roles in the design and/or delivery of public health programs and research with a preference for experience in working on Infectious Diseases (Malaria and/or Tuberculosis in Myanmar)Nationally recognized leader in and experience working in Infectious Diseases (Malaria and/or Tuberculosis)Good people management and communication skills to manage conflict effectively and motivate employees with commitment to building a shared vision of the future, setting standards and managing individual and team performance,Good analytical, solution-oriented skills and business acumen with the ability to deliver quality, high impact projects while providing value to donors.Demonstrated ability to provide strategic leadership and maintain clarity and focus of investments and action.Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a collaborative organizational structure.Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-site team-based organizational structure, including partners and other collaborators.Ability to work with people with divergent points of view and to respectfully navigate differences.Demonstrated ability to work with partners to achieve results.Demonstrated ability to engage with donors and National and State GovernmentsFluency in English.Available to travel nationally and internationally up to 30 percent.Must have legal authorization to work in Myanmar.PATH is dedicated to building an inclusive workforce where diversity is valued. PATH is an equal opportunity employer. Every qualified applicant will be considered for employment. PATH does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or orientation, genetic information, age, national origin, marital status, disability status, political ideology, military or protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.
National Technical Officer (Harm Reduction), Yangon, Myanmar
WHO - World Health Organization (Non-profit organization management)
Yangon Negotiable
National Technical Officer (Harm Reduction)( 2002836 )Grade : No gradeContractual Arrangement : Special Services Agreement (SSA)Contract Duration (Years, Months, Days) : 1 yearJob Posting: Jul 10, 2020, 11:26:38 AMOrganizational SettingThe National Technical Officer (Harm Reduction) works under the overall supervision of the WHO Representative in Myanmar, the technical guidance of the Medical Officer (HIV & Hepatitis) and Technical Officer (HIV & Hepatitis) in collaboration with the National AIDS Programme and Drug Dependency Treatment and Research Unit of Ministry of Health and Sports. The candidate will provide Technical Support to the community of people who use drugs and other key and vulnerable populations for HIV and Viral Hepatitis in line with the WHO Myanmar Country Cooperative Strategy (CCS 2019-2023) and Myanmar Sustainable Development Plan (2018-2030). Overall supervision is focused on the successful delivery of client oriented and efficient implementation of operational services.Major Duties and ResponsibilitiesTo assist National AIDS Programme for prevention of HIV including blood safetyTo assist National Drug Abuse Control Programme for Drug Treatment and research, harm reduction and methadone maintenance therapy in coordination, planning, implementation and monitoringTo assist National AIDS Programme, National Drug Abuse Control Programme, National Hepatitis Control Program and other related departments of Ministry of Health & Sports for Implementation of HIV, TB, Hepatitis and harm reduction services in Prison in collaboration with Ministry of Home Affairs including Central Committee of Drug Crime (CCDAC) and other UN partnersTo support field staffs through regular field visits and troubleshooting of field level implementation in line with work plan and reporting time lineTo provide technical support, as a part of WHO HIV/AIDS team, to National AIDS Programme, National Drug Abuse Control Programme, National Hepatitis Control Program and for planning, service delivery and strategic informationTo carry out related assignment especially in relation to universal health coverage contributionTo submit assignment report quarterlyWork Relations and PartnershipsThe National Technical Officer provide technical support to National AIDS Programme and Drug Dependency Treatment and Research Unit, National Hepatitis Control Program He/she needs to coordinate with UN agencies, development partners, implementing partners and donor agencies. He/she works as a part of WHO HIV-AIDS team in achieving health related SDG goals in collaboration with other technical teams of the WHO country office.Impact of functionsThe function plays a key role in ending HIV epidemic in Myanmar. The technical support will strengthen the health system and improve the health care service of Myanmar. New HIV transmission is expected to be reduced and health outcomes of PLHIV will improved.QualificationsEducational backgroundEssential: Degree in Medicine.Desirable: Post-graduate degree on public health or training on HIV/AIDS programme ManagementProfessional experience and knowledgeEssential: At least four (4) year of related work experience in public health; Has a broad knowledge of principles, practices, methodology and techniques in public HealthDesirable: Work experience with higher officials of Ministry of Health and Sports; Programme Management experience on HIV/AIDS and Viral Hepatitis; Working experience with UN, International NGOsLanguage SkillsFluency in oral and written English & Myanmar in requiredCompetenciesCommunicating in a Credible and Effective Way - Core CompetencyProducing Results - Core CompetencyMoving Forward in a Changing Environment - Core CompetencyFostering Integration and Teamwork - Core CompetencyRespecting and Promoting Individual and Cultural Differences - CoreCompetencyNOTEWHO has a smoke-free environment and no smoking policyThis VN is only for Myanmar NationalDuty StationYangon, Myanmar
WHO - World Health Organization
(Non-profit organization management)
National Technical Officer (Harm Reduction)( 2002836 )Grade : No gradeContractual Arrangement : Special Services Agreement (SSA)Contract Duration (Years, Months, Days) : 1 yearJob Posting: Jul 10, 2020, 11:26:38 AMOrganizational SettingThe National Technical Officer (Harm Reduction) works under the overall supervision of the WHO Representative in Myanmar, the technical guidance of the Medical Officer (HIV & Hepatitis) and Technical Officer (HIV & Hepatitis) in collaboration with the National AIDS Programme and Drug Dependency Treatment and Research Unit of Ministry of Health and Sports. The candidate will provide Technical Support to the community of people who use drugs and other key and vulnerable populations for HIV and Viral Hepatitis in line with the WHO Myanmar Country Cooperative Strategy (CCS 2019-2023) and Myanmar Sustainable Development Plan (2018-2030). Overall supervision is focused on the successful delivery of client oriented and efficient implementation of operational services.Major Duties and ResponsibilitiesTo assist National AIDS Programme for prevention of HIV including blood safetyTo assist National Drug Abuse Control Programme for Drug Treatment and research, harm reduction and methadone maintenance therapy in coordination, planning, implementation and monitoringTo assist National AIDS Programme, National Drug Abuse Control Programme, National Hepatitis Control Program and other related departments of Ministry of Health & Sports for Implementation of HIV, TB, Hepatitis and harm reduction services in Prison in collaboration with Ministry of Home Affairs including Central Committee of Drug Crime (CCDAC) and other UN partnersTo support field staffs through regular field visits and troubleshooting of field level implementation in line with work plan and reporting time lineTo provide technical support, as a part of WHO HIV/AIDS team, to National AIDS Programme, National Drug Abuse Control Programme, National Hepatitis Control Program and for planning, service delivery and strategic informationTo carry out related assignment especially in relation to universal health coverage contributionTo submit assignment report quarterlyWork Relations and PartnershipsThe National Technical Officer provide technical support to National AIDS Programme and Drug Dependency Treatment and Research Unit, National Hepatitis Control Program He/she needs to coordinate with UN agencies, development partners, implementing partners and donor agencies. He/she works as a part of WHO HIV-AIDS team in achieving health related SDG goals in collaboration with other technical teams of the WHO country office.Impact of functionsThe function plays a key role in ending HIV epidemic in Myanmar. The technical support will strengthen the health system and improve the health care service of Myanmar. New HIV transmission is expected to be reduced and health outcomes of PLHIV will improved.QualificationsEducational backgroundEssential: Degree in Medicine.Desirable: Post-graduate degree on public health or training on HIV/AIDS programme ManagementProfessional experience and knowledgeEssential: At least four (4) year of related work experience in public health; Has a broad knowledge of principles, practices, methodology and techniques in public HealthDesirable: Work experience with higher officials of Ministry of Health and Sports; Programme Management experience on HIV/AIDS and Viral Hepatitis; Working experience with UN, International NGOsLanguage SkillsFluency in oral and written English & Myanmar in requiredCompetenciesCommunicating in a Credible and Effective Way - Core CompetencyProducing Results - Core CompetencyMoving Forward in a Changing Environment - Core CompetencyFostering Integration and Teamwork - Core CompetencyRespecting and Promoting Individual and Cultural Differences - CoreCompetencyNOTEWHO has a smoke-free environment and no smoking policyThis VN is only for Myanmar NationalDuty StationYangon, Myanmar
Share this
You will receive the email for your email confirmation. Please check!