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Program Assistant, Yangon, Myanmar Office, G
THIS SITE IS OPEN TO MYANMAR CITIZENS ONLY. Summary: Yangon Department of Emergency Aid. The Shan and Kayin states with added technological assistance to other areas in the southeast, Kayah and Mon states. Supporting the UKGV and human aid workers requires significant results in the field of human rights work and the Women and Girls First Initiative.
Administration Assistant (Travel), Yangon, Myanmar Country Office, G
Summary of positions: The Admin Associate Travels function is part of the Operations Unit of the Country Offices (CO) under the overall management of IOM and directly reporting to the Operations Analyst (NOB). Administrative Associate for Travels supports the Operations Unit in the acquisition of various business units' business and logistic activities.
Qualifications and experience: Degree in business studies or public services and all other related fields preferable. Know-How and Experience: - At least seven years of work placement in administrative and/or finance and business services with at least five years travelling and business intelligence with a special focus on travelling information services; - Very good understanding of UN travelling policy and procedures and human resources regulations is required; - Experiences in customising and implementing general guidelines for particular cases; - Familiarity with the latest business and IT tools.
The aim of this scheme is to reinforce current service, enhance early and prompt detection and response, enhance the Community's commitment to monitor and assist compliance and reinforce infectious disease management at the level of institutions, communities and households. Challenge TR, a consortium of nine multinational TR surveillance organisations, works in several nationalities.
The Myanmar focus is on extending accessibility to goods-quality TB care, raising the number of suspected cases of tuberculosis reported by government clinics and the residential area, raising the number of cases diagnosed and reported by the residential area, and extending the geographic spread of tuberculosis screening and care to groups of people in countries in fragility and war.