Cesvi is looking for an experienced medical Doctor for the position of “Health Manager,” with expertise in Public Health and IPC. The Health Manager will be based in Islamabad with possible visits to Sindh, Punjab, Baluchistan, and KPK, and will be responsible for the technical management of Cesvi’s health projects/activities to ensure the highest standards of service delivery and to ensure programs are in line with internationally accepted standards and relevant Pakistani Ministry of Health, NMDA & NIH standards. He/she will work in collaboration with the senior management and local NGO partners in the field.
A medical doctor (MBBS) with public health ability/training,
Minimum of five years of relevant professional experience in a similar place in the humanitarian sector.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates must send their CV’s (max 04 pages) along with a Cover letter (max 02 pages) explaining suitability for the position to HR Department through email on firstname.lastname@example.org latest by July 3rd, 2020.
Please don’t forget to mention the job title in the Subject field of the email. Due to urgency, this position may be filled before the due date. Do not wait for the deadline as the Application will be processed on a rolling basis. Please mention at least two recent professional references in CV, one of them being your present or earlier supervisor.
While we thank all applicants for their interest, only shortlisted will be contacted for an interview. Interviews will be held in Islamabad. TA/DA for the interview will not be admissible by Cesvi. Cesvi is an equal opportunity employer. To learn more about who we are and what we do, please visit our website at www.cesvi.eu
Having dealt with the earthquake emergency in 2005, in 2010 and in 2011 Cesvi has taken action to help the Pakistani population hit by serious floods.
Cesvi continued its intervention in KPK, in Nowshera and Peshawar districts, in support of internally displaced persons fleeing the conflict in the tribal areas, providing access to water, to housing and health care facilities. It promotes cash for work activities for women (production of blankets for distribution to displaced persons) and for men (interventions of public utilities such as construction of drainage channels and waste collection). In 2015, in Sindh, he has completed a food security project in support of the victims of the drought, through the distribution of kits for breeding and for the production of small craft materials and tools. Finally, it started the first operation in FATA tribal areas with the construction of new housing for displaced people who, after years of conflict, are returning to their home lands.
Local partners: SDO, AWARE, KADO
International partners: Alliance2015 (ACTED, Concern, Welthungerhilfe)
Funding: European Union (ECHO), OFDA / Concern Worldwide, PHPF (Humanitarian Pooled Funds Pakistan) - UNOCHA, private donors