THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION
SEEKS QUALIFIED APPLICANTS FOR THE FOLLOWING PIECE OF WORK
Training on the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) and Data Management for Communication Based Rehabilitation (CBR)
TO WORK IN HONIARA, SOLOMON ISLANDS
The office of the WHO Representative for the Solomon Islands (WHO) requests proposals from institution/organizational contractual partner for the above captioned terms of reference.
The successful proponents are expected to deliver on various activities in accordance with WHO’s rules and regulations. Working alongside the community based rehabilitation focal points of the Ministry of Health and Medical services and under the supervision of the WHO technical officers for NCD prevention and control, the contractual partner will (1) train senior staff from the ministry of health and the national statistics office on the international Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) and (2) train community –based rehabilitation and health statistics workers on related data management for Community-based Rehabilitation (CBR). The contractual partner is expected to organize, administer and implement all the activities necessary to achieve these purposes. Expected to start: 1st September 2017
Qualification and experience required
The contractual partner should have least one responsible officer that meets these requirements
- Degree in public health, social sciences, data, information systems or similar from a recognised institution.
- Minimum of 5 years relevant work experience in health, including public health programmes required. Experience with the UN system, WHO or other international organizations an advantage.
- Technical skills required: (1) training development, (2) training delivery and coordination; (3) knowledge of data and health information systems issues; and (4) community-based rehabilitation and community development experience.
- Written and spoken fluency in English is essential Working knowledge of other UN languages is an advantage.
- Communicating in a credible, effective, and culturally competent way
- Moving forward in a changing environment
- Fostering integration and teamwork
- Producing results
Submission of proposals
Proposal must include (1) a cover letter expressing interest addressed to the WHO representative of the Solomon Islands (2) update curriculum vitae with full contact details of at least three referees, and (3) photocopies of required qualifications (certified/original copies must be available should the proposal move to the next stage of selection) Only shortlisted proponents will be contacted. The proposal documents should be hand delivered, email or sent by post to:
Office of the WHO Representative
Attention: Mrs Andrea Tora
P.O.Box 22, Chinatown, Honiara
Tel: (677) 23406; Fax (677) 21344
Full Terms of Reference may also be requested from the above contact person closing date for application: 16th August 2017, Time: 5:00pm (local time)