World Health Organization
The Programme Planning Coordination (PPC) unit under the Director, Programme Management of WHO Regional Office for South-East Asia Region has the following objectives :Under the areas of WHO policy, programme development and management (PPDM), the PPC unit is responsible to collaborate with all concerned from WHO Regional Office and Country Offices and Member States for improvement of the process and capacity in policy and programme development and management, strategic planning, programme budgeting , Operational planning including workplan preparation, monitoring and reporting, programme assessments and related information systems .Support the organization of Sub-Committee on Policy and Programme Development and Management (SPPDM) meeting and supporting the work of the Government – WHO Country Coordination mechanisms for planning and managing the WHO Collaborative programmes. Financial and Technical monitoring of the workplans and collaborative work of the Region. Organizing Independent evaluations of the impact and the effectiveness of WHO programmes in its Member States.
Under the technical guidance of Planning Officer (PLN) and overall supervision of the Director, Programme Management, the incumbent will:
- Develop, establish and advise technical units in SEARO and the WHO Representatives in the Member States on approaches, tools and methodologies, including standard guidelines and checklists for planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the Organization’s collaborative programmes at regional, Intercountry and country levels;
- Monitor and evaluate implementation of WHO’s collaborative programmes (both regional/Intercountry and country levels), related to both technical and financial aspects.
- Promote culture of evaluation in SEAR and support the implementation of Regional Evaluation Framework.
- Serve as business contact for programme-related matters with ICT and define business specifications for report development and other GSM-related work;
- Provide support to PLN in guiding technical units and country offices during the conduct of PB development and operational planning;
- Review and revise the operational plans of WHO country offices and Regional Departments to sharpen the planning elements and indicators;
- Assist PLN to develop WHO intercountry and country programme review mechanisms and participate in programme review missions and similar activities at intercountry and country levels;
- Provide support to PLN in conduct of the RC, SPPDM, annual meetings of the RD with WRs, including preparation of relevant working papers, background documents as well as preparation of the final reports of these meetings;
- Perform any other related duties as assigned by PLN/DPM
- Degree in social sciences or medicine, (2) Post-graduate degree/ training in Public Health or Health Management or Public health Administration from a recognized University.
- At least seven years’ of relevant experience, some of which should have been obtained in an international context, in public health administration in planning and management especially in the areas of programme development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
- In-depth knowledge, abilities and skills in areas of health programme monitoring and evaluation and preferably applications of management principles, skills and knowledge of health planning methods, policy analysis, and strategy formulation. Proficiency in computer systems and technology. Tact and ability to establish good working relationships/environment with national and international staff, resourcefulness and positive attitude.
- Expert knowledge of English.
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