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Pogramme: Support to the Health Sector Strategy (S2HSS)
Position: Junior Technical Advisor – Healthcare Waste Management
Duty Station: Kathmandu with frequent travel to hospital sites
Duration: January – June 2022 with possibility of an extension
The position holder shall work under S2HSS’s output “Sub-National Health Management” and in close cooperation with its partner organizations.
1. Coordinate and manage the implementation of healthcare waste management related project activities in thematic area “Sub-National Health Management” at federal level as well as sub national level hospitals and healthcare facilities
2. Coordinate with national consultants and NGOs for operation and maintenance of the HCWM treatment centre and hospital laundry at selected hospitals
3. Monitor activities funded by GIZ and implemented by national consultant and NGOs to strengthen capacity building measures related to HCWM at selected hospitals
4. Support reporting and knowledge management related to HCWM activities.
Interested candidates are requested to send a completed application including CV and two referees to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org no later than by 10.12.2021. Only applications sent by email will be accepted. Please write in the subject line while applying by position: for “Ref. Nr. 21007 Junior Technical Advisor – HCWM”.
Only short-listed candidates will be called for written test and interview. No telephone inquiries will be entertained. The organization reserves the right to cancel or postpone the whole recruitment process without providing any reasons whatsoever.
The salary and social benefits will correspond to the GIZ rule applicable to national staff. Especially women and candidates from minority groups are highly encouraged to apply.