World Health Organization New Job Circular 2016

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World Health Organization New Job Circular 2016 has been proudly announced by WHO Bangladesh today. Find out more on WHO Website.

World Health Organization (WHO)is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends. Its overall Objective is the attainment by all peoples of the highest possible level of health and to realize this objective, WHO has formulated a corporate strategy comprised of several strategic directions. World Health Organization New Job Circular 2016.

They are looking for smart, enthusiastic, target oriented and hard working team members to fill the following positions for immediate appointment:

Post Name:

National Consultant (NCD)/ SSA 7

Eligibility Criteria:

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in medical science, public health or related field from any recognized University.

Experience: Minimum of five years’ work experience in a similar field is essential.

National Consultant (Advocacy & Communication)/ SSA 7

Eligibility Criteria:

Education: Master’s Degree in communication or related field from any recognized University.

Experience: Minimum of five years’ work experience in a similar field is essential.

Application Procedure: Candidates meeting the above requirements should apply to the below email:

sebanrecruitment@who.int

Application Deadline: 16 September 2016

Download the PIF Form Here

Job Location: Dhaka, Bangladesh

World Health Organization New Job Circular 2016

 

World Health Organization New Job Circular 2016

 

Download the Circular Here

WHO Bangladesh has been providing technical assistance to the Government of Bangladesh for strengthening the public health system since the beginning of its collaboration in 1972. It has been providing support for the development and strengthening of the country’s public health systems.

Building on WHO’s mandate and its comparative advantage, six core functions have been defined for the organization and country activities of WHO Bangladesh are of course within the shepherd of these functions. Find out more on WHO Website.

 

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