WHO Surveillance Medical Officers (SMOs) recruitment

World Health Organisation New Delhi – SSA Roster – Surveillance Medical Officers (SMOs)

The incumbent will be initially stationed at the prospective location. S/he could be posted anywhere in India as per the Project needs.

₹1,30,043 + 20,000 per month

Some duty stations in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh are classified as Hardship duty stations. SMOs posted at these locations are eligible to receive INR 20,000 in addition to the monthly remuneration. Postings at these hardship locations are based on technical needs of the Project and subject to final decision of WCO India’s senior management.

Qualification : MBBS, BHMS, BAMS, BUMS, BDS 

Written test will be conducted on Wednesday 08 April 2020.

Interviews will be scheduled tentatively between 15 April to 30 April 2020.

WHO only considers higher educational qualifications obtained from accredited institutions. The list can be accessed through this link: http://www.whed.net/ 

Essential : At least two (2) years of public health experience after Graduation (relevant Post-graduation will count as experience)

Desirable : Experience in public health/programme management and/or experience of working in the polio eradication/routine immunization programme

Monthly remuneration is INR 130,043 taxable as per Indian laws and the appointment will be through Special Services Agreement (SSA) extendable subject to satisfactory performance and continuing need for the function. S/he could be posted anywhere in India as per the Project needs.

Description of duties:
Under the direct supervision of the Sub-Regional Team Leader (SRTL), and under the managerial supervision of the Officer on Special Duty (OSD)/NPO-NPSP (as the case may be), in compliance with project guidelines in the assigned district/state with a view to achieve the expected results set out in the relevant WCO-India biennial work plans and in accordance with WHO’s Country Cooperation Strategy with India, the incumbent is expected to effectively discharge technical, administrative and financial responsibilities in her/his assigned area of work as outlined below. In the context of WCO India’s transition from Polio to Public Health, the set of roles and responsibilities will apply not only to Polio eradication and end game activities but will also cover technical support to routine immunization, Measles Elimination and Rubella control, and new vaccine introduction.

Apply online at : https://careers.who.int/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=2001044&lang=en 

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