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World Federation of Hemophilia Job Vacancy: Regional Manager, Jakarta - Indonesian

Regional Manager (world health, NFP) - Southeast Asia & Western Pacific region

NO RELOCATION ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE; must be legally entitled to live & work in hub city

The World Federation of Hemophilia is an international not-for-profit organization that provides global leadership to improve and sustain care for people with inherited bleeding disorders, including hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, rare factor deficiencies, and inherited platelet disorders. Established in 1963, the WFH works with member organizations in 140 countries as well as through a network of international volunteers and healthcare providers to achieve our vision of "Treatment For All" around the world.

The WFH is looking for an experienced and results-oriented Regional Manager with superior project / health program management abilities and interpersonal skills, to represent the WFH and coordinate and implement its country and health care development programs and activities in Southeast Asia and Western Pacific countries. He/she will further act as conduit between WFH headquarters and national member organizations (NMO) within the region.
  • Reporting to: Regional Development Director
  • Type of position: Contractual, full-time
  • Residence: Main hub for Southeast Asia & Western Pacific region - preferred
  • Start date: AS SOON AS POSSIBLE (latest FEB 1-2020)
Principal Responsibilities
Reporting to the Regional Development Director based at WFH headquarters, the Regional Manager - Southeast Asia & Western Pacific will be responsible for the development, management, implementation and delivery of a designated portfolio of national country health programs and for WFH-led world healthcare development activities for designated countries within the region (ex., Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Australia, New Zealand, etc …).

As the main representative for the WFH within the region, the Regional Manager will carry out the following tasks:
  • Represent the WFH within the region and assist the organization in defining strategic objectives and work plans for the Southeast Asia & Western Pacific region;
  • Ensure effective development, planning, coordination, monitoring, reporting, and evaluation of the following WFH bleeding disorder programs in the region, including:
  • Country development programs (Country Program, Cornerstone Initiative) and GAP
  • Medical and organizational twinning partnerships
  • Humanitarian Aid product donations
  • International hemophilia training fellowships
  • Workshops, conferences and regional activities
  • Skills training for national hemophilia organizations
  • NMO accreditation
  • other WFH-led programs as they develop in designated region;
  • Facilitate and support the work of key volunteers and of WFH committees; respond to queries and correspondence dealing all programs and activities;
  • Conduct official visits with expert volunteers to meet with senior government officials; also hospitals, blood banks and hemophilia organizations as required;
  • Ensure sound administrative and financial control of budgets and planned program activities spending in the region, including timely production of progress reports and other relevant documents;
  • Author articles for WFH newsletter Hemophilia World on current programs and activities in the region
QUALIFICATIONS and REQUIREMENTS
  • Bachelor’s degree in international relations, development, public health, political studies, social sciences, or other relevant discipline
  • Six to nine (6-9) years of relevant work experience with a world health development organization that includes at least 5 years (essential) of proven track record in country project/program management, and monitoring & evaluation of health programs in Southeast Asia & Western Pacific countries
  • Solid understanding of socio-economic conditions and world health (ex. rare diseases) developmental issues in the stated region
  • Excellent diplomatic and cross-cultural skills, and demonstrated experience in working with people from diverse cultures and countries; superior abilities to build/maintain networks and working relationships with stakeholders and partner organizations: highly motivated, efficient and flexible individual with strong interpersonal and teamwork skills
  • Demonstrated capacity to work in a self-directed manner (autonomously) and to collaborate effectively with government, healthcare and/or public affairs officials and volunteers as well as with HQ staff and senior management team
  • Excellent analytical and communication (public speaking, presentations) capabilities, and recognized abilities for mediating/resolving issues, conflicts
  • Strong organization skills, and time management skills to effectively balance & prioritize multiple tasks, work simultaneously on several projects
  • Mastery of English as primary language of work (written and spoken) essential; also, fluency in 1 or more principal language/s of the region
  • High computer literacy, with extensive experience working with Windows Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, Power Point), plus Outlook, internet
  • Availability and flexibility to undertake regular monthly travel within region, and some international gatherings
  • Compensation will be commensurate with experience. Travel and medical insurance provided.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please send in confidence, an English resume & cover letter AS SOON AS POSSIBLE (ideally: by 8th Dec, 2019) to:

Email: recrutement.recruiting@wfh.org

We thank all candidates for their interest, however only short-listed candidates will be contacted.