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Technical Officer, Health Technologies & Pharmaceuticals vacancy in WHO

Here is another vacancy in World Health Organisation that Pharmacists can apply.

University degree in pharmaceutical or health sciences or health economics or pharmaeconomics.

Postgraduate training in Health Systems and Policies and/or in Public Health.

Three to five years public health research experience including one year at international level.

Country experience would be and asset. Knowledge of WHO and UN systems would be an asset

As WHO mentions,
Functional Skills and Knowledge:

1) Broad public health knowledge with emphasis on health systems and pharmaceutical sector development.
2) Knowledge of political systems, social and health/pharmaceutical systems, culture in the EURO countries.
3) Ability to work within significant uncertainties, as well as availability for frequent operational travel.
4) Good skills in data management and analysis for the reports.
5) Good skills for literature reviews and managing of data.

Other Skills (e.g. IT):
Good computer skills (word processing, spreadsheet, powerpoint presentations)
Proficient in the use of Excel including Pivot Tables. Skills in the use of database and statistical software.

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Competencies required:

1) Moving forward in a changing environment
- The incumbent is open to and proposes new approaches and ideas. Adapts and responds positively to changes.

2) Communicating in a credible and effective way - The incumbent will have to be able to communicate in a written and oral form the principles of pharmaceutical policies. Presentation skills are valuable. Strong analytical and writing skills to prepare a variety of documents and materials. The incumbent should be able to express clearly messages in conversations and interactions with others, listen actively, and ensure information is shared.

3) Knowing and managing yourself - The incumbent will periodically work under pressure for finalizing work within deadline, and with unexpected urgent tasks and deadlines appearing. Good organizational skills required and the ability to stay positive when facing challenges as well as quickly recovering from setbacks.

4) Respecting & promoting individual & cultural differences - Working in international environment the incumbent must relate and work well with people of different cultures and backgrounds and examine own behaviour and attitude to avoid stereotypical responses, to be able to draw on diversity of skills, backgrounds and knowledge of people to achieve more effective results.

5) Producing results - Demonstrate a systematic and efficient approach to work. The incumbent is expected to produce high-quality results and workable solutions that meet client needs. The incumbent is expected to take responsibility for own work.

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