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Health Innovations Research Expert (m/f/d)

Country:
Regional: Central Asia and Caucasus
Position:
Health Innovations Research Expert (m/f/d)
Department:
Health and Social Development
Status:
Tender
Published:
Deadline:
Name of project:
Addressing Health Threats in the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Countries and the Caucasus
Task description:

The main objective of services is to provide capacity development, analysis and implementation support to prepare, mitigate and respond to regional health threats, including the current COVID-19 outbreak, with a view to build resilient health systems and strengthen regional and/or cross-border cooperation in CAREC region and the Caucasus through innovative solutions. The consultant will further support organizing workshops, study tours, simulation exercises and develop the CAREC regional health strategy and investment framework in close consultation with CAREC countries.

The assignment comprises three main parts supporting the three technical assistance (TA) outputs: (i) research, capacity development and innovative solutions for COVID-19 and other communicable disease preparedness and response in the region, with view to strengthen health systems and health security capabilities in the longer run; (ii) strengthen regional health cooperation; and (iii) develop a CAREC health strategy towards 2030 and investment framework.

Qualifications:

The expert is expected to hold a post-graduate degree in public health, health policy/planning, or a related field. Furthermore, he/she should have at least 4 years of experience in working in public health, preferably in countries in the Central, West and East Asia region. A candidate with demonstrated work experience in research and analysis of health systems in the Central and West Asia region is preferred. Experience in the analysis of responsiveness to specific needs of women and vulnerable groups (elderly, differently abled persons, and children) is an advantage.

Languages: Excellent written and oral communication skills in English mandatory. Working knowledge of Russian is an advantage.

Other information:

The expert will be based in his/her home office, with field visits to CAREC countries when needed and as the development of the COVID-19 pandemic allows.

The expert will work intermittent (3 months within 15 months project duration).

Please Email your CV in English and indicate your availability to the extent possible.

Project start date:
January 2021
Project end date:
March 2022
Contact person:
First name:
Mareike
Last name:
Gensch-Houehanou
Phone:
+49 6172 930 374
Email:
Department:
Health and Social Development
Address:

Hindenburgring 18
61348 Bad Homburg
Germany

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