National Health Systems Resource Centre (NHSRC) is seeking applications from eligible candidates for the position of Lead Consultant for its branch office – Regional Resource Centre for North Eastern States (RRC-NE) at Guwahati, Assam. NHSRC has been set up under the National Health Mission (NHM), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, as an autonomous registered Society, to channelize
technical assistance and capacity building support to the states for strengthening the public health
Name of Position Lead Consultant – Regional Resource Centre for NE States
Number of position- One (1)
Location – RRCNE, Guwahati
Qualifications and Experience
- Medical/Dental/Health Science Graduate with Post Graduate qualification in Community
Medicine/Public Health/Health Care Management
- Have at least 10 years of post-qualification experience out of which minimum 5 (Five) years
relevant experience in the field of public health System strengthening along with familiarity
with relevant Government policies, strategies, functioning of National Health Mission and or
State Health & Family Welfare Societies’ activities experience in implementing and supporting
health care programmes, working in the public health system in a leadership position and
research would be desirable
- Computer proficiency with high level of familiarity with data base management programme and commonly used packages like MS Word, Excel, Power Point etc. and in web searching for relevant data, documents, etc.
Consultancy Fee Band: Rs. 1,30,000/- to Rs. 1,70,000/
Age Limit: Not above 55 years
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How To Apply:
Candidates are requested to download the application form attached with the TOR,which is uploaded on the NHSRC website and email the duly filled application form to firstname.lastname@example.org only by 01-October-2020.
APPLICATION FORMAT:APPLICATION FORM_335
JOB DETAILS:TOR Lead Consultant-Regional Resource Centre for NE States_0
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