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Office of the WHO Representative for Indonesia 9th Floor, Bina Mulia I Building, Jl. HR Rasuna Said Kav.

10, Jakarta 12950, Indonesia Tel: +62 21 5204349 (hunting line), Fax +62 21 5201164

Issue Date: 2 August 2012

Closing Date: 23 August 2012

Vacancy Notice No: WR/INO/12/09

Title: Temporary National Professional Officer (EHA) 314491 Duty Station: Jakarta (Indonesia)

Post No.: (GSM Position No)

Organizational Location:

WHO Country Office Indonesia, Jakarta




Initially up to 12 months

Contract type:

Temporary appointment

Annual salary:

(Net of tax) In accordance with WHO salary scale for NO at A level

WHO has a smoke-free environment and does not recruit smokers or other tobacco users.

OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME : Objectives of the Programme and of the immediate unit or field activity (Overview of the programme): To strengthen Disaster Risk Reduction Programme for Health Sector Indonesia (DRR-PHS), enabling sustainability in reducing emergency and disaster risks through effective preparedness, response and recovery activities as per the updated Standard Operating Procedures in all provinces in Indonesia by 2015. The proposed Programme is driven by the following strategies: 1. Enacting policies, regulations through developing guidelines and standard operating procedures (SOP); 2. Reducing hazards through Risk Mapping, Risk Analysis, developing of Contingency and Operational Plans based on benchmarks to monitor the implementation of activities in all health facilities in the provinces and districts of Indonesia; 3. Reducing vulnerability through establishing of operational units at central, regional, provincial and district levels that are linked to the safe community initiative at the village levels; 4. Building staff capacity and improving their skills through national and international exposure; 5.Strengthening coordination and networking among different stakeholders

Organizational Context The incumbent will: 1. Be based in EHA WHO Office Jakarta, and work under direct supervision of the Medical Officer, Emergency and Humanitarian Action (EHA) as first level supervisor and the WHO Representative as second level supervisor; 2. Receive technical guidance from the Regional Adviser, Emergency and Humanitarian Action (EHA), South East Asia Regional Office (SEARO) 3. Collaborate with Other Technical Units in WHO; 4. Collaborate with Health Crisis Centre and other Departments in MOH at all levels for the effective implementation of the programme activities; 5. Coordinate with partner agencies on relevant areas of work; 6. Be deployed at short notice to emergencies and disasters sites to facilitate effective field operations activities with MOH and partners; 7. Observe WHO and MOH agreed policies, guidelines, rules and regulations; 8. Exercise positive attitude, share and learn experiences and apply evidence-based decision making approaches to achieve the programme objectives in close collaboration within WHO and partner agencies MAIN DUTIES TO BE PERFORMED: The incumbent will facilitate, support, and assist the Ministry of Health (MOH) counterparts in the Health Crisis Centre and partner agencies to strengthen the health sectors disaster preparedness, response and recovery needs at all levels: Assist the Health Crisis Centers to develop, operationalize and implement preparedness activities including: Develop, review and update health policies, regulations, guidelines and Standard Operating Procedures; Risk Mapping, Analysis and Reduction for health Facilities and Health Offices; Capacity mapping and Operational Plans for health Facilities and Health Offices to improve their preparedness capacity, response to disasters and recovery needs; Functioning early warning system at all levels for different types of disasters based on Risak mapping and Reduction Plan; Work with the counterparts and partners to expand and strengthen the safe community initiative. 2. In response to emergency: Able to be deployed, in short notice to any emergency/disaster sites; based on situation; Conduct Health Sector Assessments (Rapid, Need, Damage, Recovery), Early Warning and Rapid Response System (EWARS) and Communicable and Non Communicable control programmes; Facilitate the establishment of health posts, emergency field operations and field information/communication according to the agreed standards; Co-chair (with the MOH) Health the Cluster/Sector coordination forum; Provide special attention to vulnerable groups (Children, Women, Old Age, Disable, and Injured) and Internally Displaced persons (IDP) among the affected population. 3. Facilitate capacity building activities of the MoH staff through: Developing of training plans, adapting guidelines and training materials; Act as a resource person for WHO/EHA trainings at country and inter-country levels; Facilitating national and international training courses in collaboration with partner agencies; Support to operational research activities. Assist in drafting donors reports and fund-raising proposals; Planning and management of the WHO country work-plans including financial/supply tracking, monitoring and evaluation; Collaborates with MoH, UN Agencies, NGOs and other relevant stakeholders in coordinating meetings, trainings and workshops on related issues and joint assessment and/or evaluation missions as necessary Strengthen partnerships with health sector partners; 1.

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8. Interpret, translate documents and prepare presentations as needed; 9. Prepare regular emergency situation reports; 10. Undertake any other related tasks/duties as required EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERINCE, ETC. Competencies: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Functional Knowledge and Skills: Producing results Communicating in a credible and effective way Fostering integration and team work Building and promoting partnerships across the organization and beyond Ensuring the effective use of resources

1. Facilitation skills for meetings, seminars, workshops

and trainings;

2. Organizational and analytical skills; 3. Ability to conceptualize and present ideas.

Education Qualifications: Essential: 1. Medical degree from a recognized university. 2. Additional course, national or international trainings on DRR, emergency/disaster management or related areas Desirable: Master in Public Health will be added value. Essential: 1. At least 2 years experience in the field of DRR and/or emergency and disaster management at national level with international or national Organizations; 2. Ability to convince stakeholders and facilitate policy process between UN, NGOs, national health authorities and donors Desirable: Previous experience with WHO or other UN organizations; Familiarity with government/MoH structure and procedures and partner agencies in Indonesia; Familiarity with UN policies, practices and procedures



Excellent knowledge of English and Indonesian; Ability to speak any other UN languages would be additional advantage

Other Skills (e.g. IT):

Proficiency in modern computer applications, additional skills in data management softwares (epi-info) will be an added value;

LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACEPTED Note: 1. Staff member applicants, including temporary staff, should submit 2 (two) copies of WHO 824 E and one copy of the WHO Personal History Form (PHF). 2. External applicants should submit a brief summary giving details of relevant work experience and qualifications. Vacancy Notice number should be mentioned on the application and separate applications are required for more than one vacancy. 3. Applicants from the United Nations or Specialized Agencies should apply through their Personnel Officers, and should attach completed personal history forms. 4. Applications should be addressed to the WHO Representative (Attention: Administrative Officer) at WHO Country Office, Bina Mulia 1, Jl. HR Rasuna Said, Jakarta 12950. 5. A written test, using computer, will be held for the short-listed applicants. The performance in written test will decide applicants eligibility to appear in the interview. WHO does not cover any expenses related to participation in tests and/or interviews 6. External candidates will be contacted only if under serious consideration. 7. WHO is committed to workforce diversity 8. WHO does not recruit smokers 9. Please contact the Personnel-Recruitment Unit, WCO Indonesia, Jakarta, for any further details. 10. This is a National General Staff position. Therefore, we only accept applications from nationals of Indonesia. Please REFRAIN from applying if you are not a national of Indonesia.