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Senior Project Officer- Health System Strengthening Jobs in Delhi - UNDP

Delhi
MD,MBBS
Last Date to Apply: 16-06-2019
Senior Project Officer- Health System Strengthening - Job Details Date of Posting: 07-06-2019

Senior Project Officer- Health System Strengthening Job vacancies in United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Qualification :  Minimum requirement MBBS . MD in Community Medicine/MPH/DPH 

Experience:  A minimum of 10 Years of professional work experience in the Directorate of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, 1-2 years should be in Routine Immunization programme including the vaccine logistics and cold chain mechanisms;

One year Experience in  Immunization working at State level;

Should have computer knowledge in MS Office and other applications;

Demonstrated experience in Health Policy analysis and influencing

Demonstrated experience in managing and scaling large projects preferably in health sector;

Experience of working in the Tamilnadu Government will be an asset. 

Excellent knowledge of written and spoken English is required.  

A good working knowledge of local language of the duty station will be an asset. 

Languages : English

Location New Delhi, India

Competencies : 

Functional Competencies: 

Job knowledge and technical expertise 

Has strong knowledge of project area and keeps abreast with new developments in areas of professional discipline and seeks to develop herself/himself professionally

Has sound knowledge of project management tools and utilises these regularly in work and assignments


How To Apply ForSenior Project Officer- Health System Strengthening Job vacancies in United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Candidates should Apply Online. Application Deadline : 16/06/2019



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