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Top 3 Humanitarian Jobs of the Day: 27 Feb. 2018

Tuesday, Feb 27, 2018
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Midwifery Teacher Trainer (voluntary), AVI, Nepal

The Government of Nepal/Ministry of Health (MoH) in its New Health Policy 2014 and the Nepal Health Sector Strategy (2016-2021) have committed to initiate ICM/WHO standard Midwifery Education and cadre in Nepal. In this regard MoH also has signed an MOU with various universities including Kathmandu University. There exists a Technical working committee for Midwifery education and Cadre’ led by MOH, and a collaborative Partnership Arrangement supported by International Development Partners such as GIZ, RMF, RCM, WHO and led by UNFPA. Its purpose is to facilitate a coherent and coordinated approach towards midwifery in Nepal as per international standards and to avoid duplication of assistance provided in Midwifery Education.

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Consultancy - Research Communications and Uptake - Sector Snapshot, RDI, Australia

The RDI Network is currently seeking expressions of interest (EoIs) from qualified consultants or consultancy teams to produce a robust sector snapshot of the practice of research communications and uptake in international development. 

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ICT Engineer (wireless & Satellite Comms), ICRC, Global

The ICRC information communication technology engineer carries out independently large computer and telecommunication infrastructures projects according to ICRC standards, gives technical support and training on ICRC ICT matters in the assigned country-ies.

S/He monitors the situation of ICT installations and, in consultation with the concerned hierarchy, takes appropriate measures to guarantee the proper functioning of the ICT set-up and the respect of ICT policies and procedures. In addition, he installs, maintains, exploits and adapts existing large ICT infrastructure and material independently. Also carries out intermittent tests on ICT equipment, hardware and software networks and other devices in order to ensure their optimal performance and standard configuration.

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