Friday, August 20, 2010

Job at The Population Council: Operations Research Manager

The Population Council is an international, NGO that seeks to improve the well-being and reproductive health of current and future generations around the world and help achieve a humane, equitable and sustainable balance between people and resources.
Due to expansion of its activities, the Council is seeking qualified individuals to fill the following positions in its Abuja office:
The successful candidate will develop an Operations Research (OR) strategy for a comprehensive HIV Prevention and Care Project. He/she will lead in operations research conceptualization, research protocol, preparation process, proposal defence presentations, research planning, implementation, analysis and reporting.

The ideal candidate must have:
• Level of Education – Relevant degree(s) in Operations Research and Health Economics. An MPH gives an added advantage
• Language Requirements – English Exemplary
• Level of IT Expertise Required – excellent quantitative and computational skills
• Firm written expression (scientific and commercial)
• Willingness to travel within the country and across the region on a regular basis
• Required previous experience – 5 years working in health related development programs.

Mode of Application
• Qualified candidates should follow the instructions below:
• Send an application letter (stating your current salary and salary expectations) and resume to:
• Clearly state the position title for which you are applying and your full names – starting with the surname first, then other names (e.g M&E Coordinator – BEN, Joshua Ekong) – in the subject area of the email.
• All attachments must be in pdf files.
Candidates who do not follow the above instructions will be automatically disqualified.
Population Council reserves the right to cancel the recruitment process at any time.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
The Population Council is an equal opportunity employer

Deadline: 31st August, 2010

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