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We are currently looking for Lead Software Developer/Systems Engineer, Senior Java Backend Developers, and Junior Java Backend Developers to work in our THRIVE Indonesia Project. 

THRIVE Project - A multi-site research trial conducted in Indonesia, Pakistan and Bangladesh. 

The Summit Institute of Development (SID) in conjunction with Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and WHO co-ordinated THRIVE consortium are offering exciting opportunities in THRIVE Project for early-mid career level people interested in pursuing careers in public health, international development, health-IT or any related field. SID is a non-profit research and service delivery organization committed to saving lives through the improvement in health and human development at the community level through participatory evidence-based decision-making and sustainable action. You will join a team of experienced health, education, and IT experts to lead the Smart Registry Platform development, scaled deployment and impact assessment in Indonesia. 

Led by WHO, the THRIVE Consortium have launched a 5-year, multi-site research study that aims to adapt, implement at scale, and rigorously assess the impact of OpenSRP and related technologies on health system performance, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health (RMNCH) health outcomes and health information systems in multiple countries. THRIVE Project is a trial of the integrated electronic health information system to enhance maternal and neonatal health outcomes.

You will be responsible for writing clean, efficient, and reusable code that can be released as open source software. The code you write will be deployed in multiple countries and used for public health research and service delivery. You will typically be creating Java web applications and software for the Android mobile platform.

You will be primarily responsible for local adaption of the THRIVE SRP project but will also include other informatics project involving software development and implementation in Indonesia. Software development work on the THRIVE SRP will bring you into contact with diverse open source communities and you will gain exposure to the way eHealth and mHealth solutions are developed from multiple international perspectives. As well as a competitive salary, this role comes with a range of benefits. 

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To apply for any of the above THRIVE positions, please forward your CV (1-2 pages) and a cover letter to sid.humanresource@gmail.com with ‘THRIVE Indonesia Job Application’ as the subject line.