Deadline: 30 June 2020
World Health Organization (WHO) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Program and Data Assistant in Yangon, Myanmar. The duration of this post is 6 months.
The primary role of WHO is to direct and coordinate international health within the United Nations system.
Key Job Responsibilities
The Program and Data Assistant will perform the following functions:
- Support implementation of National Childhood Cancer Control Program (NCCCP) including Childhood Cancer Initiatives (CCI) in the following activities:
- Assist program officer to develop detail project implementation plan of National Childhood Cancer Control activities including CCI Project activities.
- Support organizing and operation of event/activity/workshop/meeting.
- Assist to develop activity reports including financial report as needed.
- Assist in logistic and supply management of medicines and supplies at implementing facilities and its network sites.
- Perform routine data entry and of research projects.
- Perform translation of English into Burmese and vise-visa.
- Provide necessary administrative assistance for implementation of childhood cancer initiative project activities
- Conduct office work and other duties as assigned by the NCCCP Program manager and National Program Coordinator.
- Submit assignment report at the end of assignment.
Applicants must have:
- Secondary education or equivalent professional training
- University Degree in Computer or relevant certificate for word processing, data management and logistics management.
- 3-year’s of relevant experiences including excellent skills in data management.
- Good track records of at least 3 year’s in Public Health and field experience in Non-communicable diseases or cancer programme.
- Working experience with MoHS, UN, International/Local NGOs will be an asset.
- Excellent knowledge of English and Myanmar languages (spoken and written).
How to Apply
Applicants must submit their applications through online process.
For more information, visit WHO.