National Professional Officer (Universal Health Coverage) position is available in the WHO Indonesia Country Office. The objective of the office is to implement the Country Cooperation Strategy by supporting the Indonesia Government in the formulation, implementation and evaluation of national health policies, strategies and plans and developing and managing WHO’s technical cooperation programmes. The Country Office develops a two-way collaboration with the Government of Indonesia in support of their efforts of achieving national health goals. The incumbent will work under the direct supervision of MO (Health-Services Delivery) and overall guidance of TO (Health System + Universal Health Coverage) and the WHO Representative.
An annual base salary starting at IDR 682,101,000 (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance, as applicable) and 30 days of annual leave.
Qualifications and Requirements
- University degree in Medicine or a health related field.
- At least five years of relevant experience in health systems development, with a focus on health policy and planning, and health services management.
- Demonstrated ability to provide sound methodological and technical advice and guidance to multiple stakeholders and partners in Countries.
- Likewise, demonstrated ability to work effectively with the Ministry of Health and with stakeholders at the country level, as well as with the regional, Inter Country and Staff at the Country level.
- Likewise, demonstrated ability to innovate, integrate, synergize and communicate complex and ideas verbally and in writing.
- Furthermore, ability to plan, analyse data and design studies.
- Technical expertise and Overall attitude at work are also required mandatory competencies.
- Support health policies and strategies development including communication with different stakeholders (in- and outside the health sector) and key partners
- Provide technical assistance on the national health planning process such as situation analysis, priority setting
- Assist regular policy reviews/assessments and evaluations of the implementation of national health policies, strategies and plans.
- Support the MoH in establishing and nurturing effective inter-governmental coordination mechanisms for addressing entities (e.g. Parliament, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Transport and etc).
- Assist the MoH to strengthen its regulatory and coordination functions of the private sector; through the development of relevant mechanisms (e.g. standards, accreditation, licensing) and effective partnerships.
- Support the MoH in creating effective partnerships with non-state actors