Health Workforce Specialist is needed at ICAP (Columbia University)
JOB TITLE: Health Workforce Specialist
Job No: 492897
LOCATION: Abuja Capital Territory
Work type: Regular Full-Time
Categories: Technical / Clinical/ Quality Improvement / Training
- ICAP at Columbia University seeks experienced and qualified experts to serve as a Health Workforce Specialist for several proposed CDC-funded projects related to improving and protecting global health security (GHS) through developing capacities of government health ministries, institutions, and local partners; strengthening health information and surveillance systems and promoting initiatives that support International Health Regulation core competencies.
- ICAP is recruiting multiple Health Workforce Specialists who will oversee all aspects of the workforce strategy development and implementation for the CDC-funded projects.
Experience, Skills, and Minimum Qualifications
- At least 7 years of progressive experience in national / international infectious disease HRH, training, workforce development, and capacity building at national or global levels. At least 5 years of which were spent in a senior project leadership role.
- Extensive experience performing human resource needs assessments, developing and reviewing various HRH strategic plans, involvement in the design and implementation of task sharing policy, facilitation of training in capacity building of health care professionals.
- Experience working in international health or development organizations or projects related to any or all of the following: global health security, HRH, global health programs through health systems strengthening, integrated health service delivery, capacity building, strategic health information system strengthening, surveillance, emergency response, in resource limited context.
- Experience with governmental recruitment and deployment processes, and demonstrated knowledge of various HRH tools.
- Extensive knowledge and understanding of national, regional, and international public health issues.
- Demonstrated competence working within CDC or agencies with similar regulations and procedures.
|Deadline||20th April, 2020.|