DAI Global Health Membuka 8 Lowongan Untuk Penempatan di Jayapura, Makassar, Medan & Surabaya Tahun 2017

DAI Global Health, an international development firm, works at the frontlines of tackling fundamental global health problems through a variety of lenses, including: health security, disease preparedness and response, health governance, health sector innovation and other market-based solutions. For more than 45 years, DAI has worked across the world to turn ideas into impact by bringing together fresh combinations of expertise and innovation across diverse disciplines, including almost 40 years of experience working in Indonesia.

The Opportunity
Currently, DAI is recruiting for a USAID-funded health activity that will improve Indonesia’s maternal and newborn mortality rates by driving innovation within the sector and working to target the poorest and most vulnerable populations across 10 target provinces. The program will identify, pilot and scale promising solutions, providing innovators with catalytic funding and technical support to facilitate the achievement of sustainable impact. DAI is currently recruiting staff for the project’s four regional offices in Jayapura, Makassar, Medan and Surabaya. Positions in each office include:
  1. Regional Manager
  2. Partnership Coordinator
  3. M&E Coordinator
  4. Grants/Subcontracts Coordinator
  5. Office Manager
  6. Accountant
  7. Administrative Assistant
  8. Driver
Interested in Applying?
Interested candidates should send their resume to [email protected] with their name, position of interest, and location in the subject line (e.g. Jane Doe, Accountant, Jayapura). The first-round deadline for applications is Monday, October 16th—however, candidates will be reviewed in the order that their resume is received so please apply early. Candidates who have also applied to the previous advertisement for Jakarta-based roles are welcome to submit their CVs again for regional roles. Also, please note that due to the typically high volume of applicants, we are only able to contact shortlisted candidates.