Closing date 15 October 2009
Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is a nonprofit international health organization with nearly 1,700 staff from more than 60 nations. Our mission is to save lives and improve the health of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people by closing the gap between knowledge and action in public health. Together with our partners, we are helping managers, leaders and their teams in health organizations in developing countries to strengthen public health practices and their management and leadership capacity and their organization’s management and governance systems to improve health services for the greatest health impact.
MSH is seeking Indonesian nationals or international candidates residing in Indonesia or abroad for the following proposed positions to support an anticipated project in Indonesia. The anticipated USAID-funded HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment project is expected to introduce evidence-based interventions to prevent or treat illness, strengthen capacity of the health system to deliver quality services, and engage civil society to better understand, value, and promote good health practices.
This position is contingent on funding.
ADVOCACY AND SOCIAL MOBILIZATION SPECIALIST
The Advocacy and Social Mobilization Specialist Responsibilities include: planning advocacy/mobilization events; program planning approaches for effective health communication and marketing activities; design and implement of the project’s health communication and marketing; and coordinate with team staff in the production and utilization of communications materials and campaigns.
The Ideal candidate will possess an Advanced degree is related field with a minimum 3-5 years related work experience on a USAID-funded program. Experience with communications and/or advocacy and excellent inter-personal and organizational skills required. The candidate must demonstrate an understanding of HIV/AIDS in Indonesia.
For further detail and to apply for this position, please visit the Employment Opportunities section of our website at www.jobs-msh.icims.com by October 15, 2009. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. If you cannot apply online, or have difficulty doing so, please email an explanation of your problem to iRecruiterproblem@msh.org