- Organization: WHO
- Location: Denmark
- Type: Consultancy
- Job Title: Health Security Architecture
- Close on: 3 Mar 2023
The United Nations has a dedicated agency for worldwide public health called the World Health Organization (WHO). It was established in 1948 and links countries, partners, and individuals to advance health, ensure global security, and assist the most vulnerable. WHO leads efforts to improve global health by defining health as “a condition of complete physical, mental, and social well-being,” establishing norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policies, and more.
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About UN Jobs-Health Security Architecture
The development of a new Strategy and Action Plan to improve health emergency preparedness, response, and resilience in the WHO European Region is just one example of the technical assistance provided to the Country Health Emergency Preparedness and IHR (CPI) program in monitoring ongoing processes to strengthen the health security architecture at the global and regional levels (Preparedness 2.0).
The technical consultant’s main goal is to assist the Capacity Monitoring and Evaluation (CME) Team in the Country Health Emergency Preparedness and IHR (CPI) unit in helping Member States in the WHO European Region by monitoring, reporting, and data analysis related to ongoing processes to strengthen the global health security architecture, which will help inform the Preparedness 2.0 process.
UN Jobs-Health Security Architecture Requirments
- First degree from a university in a discipline relating to public or global health, international relations, or political science.
- training at the masters or postdoctoral levels in public health, international relations, or another pertinent field. specialized instruction in disaster/emergency preparedness, including monitoring and assessment elements.
- at least three years’ worth of experience in either international relations or public health.
- Employment experience with the World Health Organization, the UN, international NGOs, or other global organizations knowledge of managing information, including gathering and reporting complex information.
- English-language writing ability, analytical ability, teamwork, and communication ability
- Knowledge about the IHR (2005)
- Expert knowledge of English.