Deadline: 28 February 2020
World Health Organization (WHO) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of National Professional Officer (Monitoring and Evaluation) in Kathmandu, Nepal. The duration of this post is 24 months.
The primary role of WHO is to direct and coordinate international health within the United Nations system.
Key Job Responsibilities
The National Professional Officer (Monitoring and Evaluation) will perform the following functions:
- Assist the SRHR project team at WCO Nepal.
- Assist and collaborate with Ministry of Health and Population and other stakeholders for strengthening HMIS as outlined in the project proposal and meeting standards within time-line.
- Support the SRHR team in implementation and reporting of project activities.
- Coordinate and network with relevant stakeholders for smooth implementation of the project at province and federal level as per the need of the project.
- Assist the team in collaborating with partners and stakeholders including UN Organizations, other multi and bi-lateral organizations, civil society and professional associations that are involved in improving access to quality abortion and family planning services.
- Coordinate with the partners, training sites and Family Welfare Division in forecasting and procurement of quality drugs, equipment and commodities for the services planned in SRHR project.
- Coordinate with other units in WCO to deliver integrated services as one WHO.
- Undertake any other tasks / duties as may be assigned by the supervisors.
Applicants must have:
- University Degree in medical related field and either post graduate degree in public health or health information related area.
- Additional training in Monitoring and evaluation of the programs.
- Worked with UN Agencies earlier.
- At least 1 year of experience in the field of health information and health monitoring and evaluation.
- Expert knowledge of English and Nepali.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit their applications through online process.
For more information, visit WHO.