- Bachelor’s degree in Medical Laboratory Science or higher in medicine, public health, and other related areasDiploma or higher training in public health or epidemiology is an advantageHolding certificate of Infectious Substance Shipper Training is a plus
- More than 5 years working in medical and/or public health laboratories
- More than 2 years working in biosafety and biosecurity
- Experience in disease surveillance or disease research is an advantage
- Experience in working in challenging environment
Functional Skills and Knowledge:
- Proficiency across the Microsoft Office package is required
- Skills in comprehensive report writing
- Use of statistical software such as SPSS, Epi Info, Epi Map, Stata etc is advantage
- Publication of research papers is an advantage, especially as first author
Excellent knowledge of spoken and written English
Interested candidates should submit an application and attach the standard WHO Personal History Form which can be obtained from the WHO office. Please include 3 referees and contact details in your application letter. Submit to any of the following addresses, no later than Friday, 26 July 2019: by hand delivery to WHO Office at 4th Floor, AOPI Centre Building, Waigani Drive; OR, by email to email@example.com.
NB: Only short-listed applicants will be notified.
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Ensure you are registered as a Jobseeker and have a CV linked to your account. Text Apply64529 to 16563 = 0.25t/application and follow prompts.