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Indonesia One Health University Network is a network of Indonesian universities that seeks to foster One Health collaboration among human, animal, and environmental health sectors. We build the capacity of Indonesian workers to respond to emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases.

First established in 2012, we are interested in recruiting a highly motivated and talented indovidual to be part of One Health Workforce (OHW) project team with detail below

Scope of work:

[Code: 01] Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
• Develop and strengthen monitoring, inspection and evaluation procedures;
• Monitor all project activities, and progress towards achieving the project output;
• Develop monitoring and impact indicator for the project success;
• Monitor and evaluate overall progress on achievement of results;
• Monitor the sustainability of the project’s results;
• Provide feedback to the Project Manager on project strategies and activities;
• Suggest strategies to the Project Management for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the project by identifying bottlenecks in completing project activities and developing plans to minimize or eliminate such bottlenecks;
• Responsible for report monthly, quarterly, half-yearly and annual progress on all project activities;
• Collect and analyze data from M&E activities to provide evidence-based success story of projects.

Requirements:
• Relevant graduate degree in monitoring and evaluation, health, data analysis, or related;
• In-depth knowledge on M&E and development issues;
• Proven skill in designing tools and strategies for data collection, analysis and production of reports;
• Expertise in analyzing data using statistical software;
• Possess good communication and basic computer skills;
• Minimum 1 year of working experience;
• Have a minimum TOEFL ITP score of 550, or IELTS equivalent.

[Code: 02] International Partnership Officer
• Develop and implement international collaboration and outreach strategies;
• Develop proposal for new initiatives;
• Manage coordination and collaboration between existing INDOHUN networks with strategic partners;
• Provide written and verbal report to INDOHUN Coordinator.

Requirements:
• Minimum a bachelor degree in Public Health, Medicine, or Veterinary Medicine, a Master degree is more preferable;
• Have a minimum TOEFL ITP score of 550, or IELTS equivalent;
• Minimum 1 year of working experience;
• Familiarity to USAID and other International Aid Organizations’ systems;
• Possess good communication and basic computer skills;
• Able to work independently with minimum supervision;
• Able to work under pressure with tight deadline;

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The Indonesia One Health University Network (formally known as INDOHUN) was established in January 2012 as a platform where leading academicians, stakeholders, scientists, communities, and professionals from Indonesia could transcend provincial and national borders to address issues of regional and global concern. The mission of INDOHUN is to implement the One Health concept across the country with the support of multiple disciplines. The vision is to improve the health of people, animals and the ecosystem, which are all interconnected for global survival. This meeting aimed to unite all health sectors in Indonesia (especially university) to conceive and build one health concept in Indonesia.

As in 2012, One Health will be promoted as one of national health agenda. Faculty of Public Health Universitas Indonesia in 2011 will initiate One Health into some programs related to Environmental Health. Indonesia is a country with a very diverse mix of residents and has total populations of around 200 million people and 105 state universities spread across 33 provinces. Currently, between 105 state universities that are categorized as research universities is still very limited. To improve the quality and quantity of produced research, Indonesia needs for the establishment of the international prospective study, which will be able to make the publication of research articles to international journals.

For that, the establishment of prospective researchers from Indonesia, especially from Universitas Indonesia as one of the research universities in Indonesia, has been an increased incidence of infectious diseases in the world. One cause is no longer the case for humans and animals in traveling between regions. An effort needs to be done so that there is a balance between human-animal-environment. There is a new science that can be learned about human-animal-environment, which is one health. In efforts to establish a one-health science it needs to be an education. To support education curriculum needs to be made within the scope of a one-health. Indonesia establishes a plan to generate One Health concept.

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