Project Assistant

Position: Project Assistant

Number of positions: 2 (two)

Key Deliverables: S/he will perform the following tasks:

  • Provide inputs to understand the local context relevant to the project.  Co-ordinate with local stakeholder, health workers and village leaders  Maintaining log of field work activities and conduct data collection.
  • Assist the team in providing deliverables, report writing and data analysis.
  • Conducting interviews with the key informants, FGD in the community including required preparatory work
  • Transcribing and translating data from local language to English.
  • Prepare field plan and budget for data collection.

 

Note: The above-mentioned activities may require travel and stay in the study sites/other locations.

 

Essential Qualification & Experience: –

  • Masters in Public Health (MPH)/ Social Work (MSW), Sociology, Medical

Anthropology/ Anthropology or master’s degree in related subjects from a recognized University.

 

Closing date of applications: Eligible candidate interested in this position are requested to apply by or before 21st February 2021.

 

Note: Salary will be disbursed as per receipt of funds from NCDIR/ICMR

 

Interested candidates can submit their CVs with a cover letter to iiph.shillong.ner@gmail.com

 

Please provide the following details, in a word document, preferably in the following order:   XI. Full Name

  • Address and contract details (including email and phone)
  • Educational qualifications – Diploma/degree/s, year and institute qualified from
  • Language skills (spoken, written skills) Software skills

XVI. Work experience (position/job title, organization, duration) if none please state NIL XVII. Research experience

  • Publications if any
  • Referees (two persons who you have worked or trained under)
  1. Any other relevant information

 

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Selection and short-listing of the candidates will solely be done at the discretion of IIPH Shillong; we reserve the right for selection criteria and procedures. Candidate(s) will be free to accept/reject such employment offers as per his/her discretion.

Scientist-C (Non-Medical)

Project title: Situational Analysis and Understanding influencing factors to address delays in cancer healthcare seeking in Meghalaya

 Institute: Indian Institute of Public Health Shillong Society (IIPHS-S)

Project Brief:

The North East Region (NER) of India has the highest incidence of cancers in the country. Delay in healthcare seeking may be one of the reasons for late detection of cancer and the low survival rate in the State. Stigma is a potential reason for this delay in healthcare seeking for cancers. The factors that influence healthcare seeking among cancer patients of this region, their understanding around cancers and the construct of their cancer-related stigma needs to be explored. This study aims to identify and understand the factors influencing implementation, quality, feasibility, and sustainability of the cancer programme in the State. Additionally, the project, will try to understand the barriers and facilitators for healthcare seeking in cancer, from the individual patient and community perspectives.

Location of Study: Meghalaya

Email for receiving applications: iiph.shillong.ner@gmail.com

 1. Position: Scientist-C (Non-Medical)

Number of positions: 1 (one)

Key Deliverables:

Functional requirements

  1. Overall inputs on project:
  2. Assist the lead investigator(s) in coordinating Qualitative data collection
  3. Provide ongoing support for capacity building of the project personnel in terms of study objectives, ethical aspects, study tool development, data collection, analysis, integration, reporting and formulating micro-plans.
  • Provide inputs to understand the local context relevant to the project. Co-ordinate with local government personnel, health workers and village leaders
  1. Undertake/support qualitative data analysis and prepare timely reports and publications. v) Maintain research log of work and provide weekly/biweekly reports as required
  2. Provide periodic updates of progress to the lead investigators and the Government. Assist the PI in providing reports/deliverables to funding agency.
  • Review budgets prepared for field work by field team. viii) Ensure that activities of the project are well coordinated to meet the project timelines.
  1. ix) Any other activities as assigned from time to time by the principal investigator (s)

 

  1. Data collection:
  2. Coordinate/supervise field data collection, ensure appropriate consent process.
  3. Undertake periodic field visits to project sites to review project implementation, identify challenges and support the team in charting appropriate solutions.
  4. Others: Any other project or institution related activities as assigned from time to time by the principal investigator(s), make presentations at meetings and/or conferences, co-ordinate academic programmes.

 

Note: The above-mentioned activities may require travel and stay in the study sites/other locations.  Liaison Requirement :

  1. Liaison with Government at State and District levels as may be required in consultation with PI to ensure smooth implementation of the study
  2. Liaison with health workers, village/community leaders to ensure quality and timely completion of work.

 

Operational Requirements:

  1. i) Supervise/coordinate local arrangements regarding travel and accommodation of the team during data collection or for other field activities as and when required ii) Supervise field plans and budget for data collection

 

Data/Documentation:

  1. Maintain detailed log of work and provide weekly reports.
  2. Supervise data collection and upload the data whenever required

 

Report Writing/Updates

Provide regular updates to immediate supervisor and write reports and manuscripts for publication

 

Qualification

PhD or Post graduate in Public Health / Medical Anthropology/ Social Work/ Sociology or other equivalent qualifications in a health-related discipline with relevant experience.

 

Language Requirements

Fluency in English is essential

Desirable Khasi/Jaintia or another local language will be an asset

 

Additional Skills

Good writing and communication skills are essential.

Proficiency in relevant computer applications such as Excel, Word and Power-point are essential  Proficiency with qualitative software (N-vivo or equivalent) is desirable

Experience

Desirable: Two years of relevant work experience will be an advantage

Closing date of applications: Eligible candidate interested in this position are requested to apply by or before 12 March 2021.

Note: Salary will be disbursed as per receipt of funds from NCDIR/ICMR

Interested candidates can submit their CVs with a cover letter to iiph.shillong.ner@gmail.com

Please provide the following details, in a word document, preferably in the following order:  

  1. Full Name
  2. Address and contract details (including email and phone)
  • Educational qualifications – Diploma/degree/s, year and institute qualified from
  1. Language skills (spoken, written skills)
  2. Software skills
  3. Work experience (position/job title, organization, duration) if none please state NIL VII. Research experience
  • Publications if any
  1. Referees (two persons who you have worked or trained under)
  2. Any other relevant information

Only short -listed candidates will be contacted. Selection and short-listing of the candidates will solely be done at the discretion of IIPH Shillong; we reserve the right for selection criteria and procedures. Candidate(s) will be free to accept/reject such employment offers as per his/her discretion.

Qualitative Research Assistant

 

Job Title: Qualitative Research Assistant

Organization: Indian Institute of Public Health Shillong & NLHMB

Location: South Garo Hills, Baghmara, Meghalaya.

Specific location: Shillong, Meghalaya

Deadline: 20-February-2021

Email for receiving applications: iiph.shillong.ner@gmail.com

 

Project Brief

The epidemiology of malaria in Meghalaya

The Centre for the Study of Complex Malaria in India (CSCMI)

Meghalaya has a significant burden of malaria, but there is a paucity of research and surveillance data. The CSCMI is doing epidemiological, genomics, entomological and behavioral sciences studies in Meghalaya to understand prevalence including asymptomatic carrier status. The goal is to generate evidence that will assist in the design of effective measures to reduce and ultimately eliminate malaria in Meghalaya. The study is part of the Center for the Study of Complex Malaria in India (CSCMI) funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). The research is led by New York University in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Public Health Shillong (a regional public health institution), National Lutheran Health & Medical Board (NLHMB), National Institute of Research in Tribal Health (NIRTH) and other partners.

Position: Research Assistant

Key Deliverables

Functional

(1Overall inputs on project

(i) Provide inputs to understand the local context relevant to the project

(ii) Co-ordinate with local stakeholders, health workers and village leaders

(iii) Maintain detailed log of field work and provide weekly reports.

(iv) Assist the team in providing deliverables

(2) Data collection:

(i) Conducting interviews with the key informants, and other participants

(ii) Conducting FGD in the community including required preparatory work

(iii) Transcribing and translating data from local language to English.

(iv) Responsible for the quality and reliability of the data collected.

  1. V) Assist in data analysis

(3)  Other conditions:

(i) The above-mentioned activities would require travel and stay in the study sites

(ii) Any other project or institution related activities as may be assigned from time to time by the principal investigator or immediate supervisor.

Liaison Requirement

  • Liaison at the local level to ensure smooth implementation of the program

(2) Liaison with health workers, village/community leaders to ensure quality and timely completion of work.

Operational Requirements:

  1. i) Coordinate regarding travel and accommodation of the team during data collection or for other field activities as and when required
  2. ii) Prepare field plans and budget for data collection

Data/Documentation:

  1. Maintain detailed log of field work and provide weekly reports.
  2. Conduct data collection and upload the data whenever required

Report Writing/Updates

Provide regular updates to immediate supervisor and assist in report writing if required

Qualification

General requirements

Graduate/Post-graduate degree/ Post-graduate diploma in Public Health/ Social Sciences/Anthropology/ Nursing/ Allied Health or other health related disciplines.

Language Requirements

Fluency in Garo and English is essential.

Additional Skills

Good writing and communication skills are required.

Proficiency in relevant computer applications particularly Excel, word, power point is desirable.

Knowledge of a qualitative software like NVivo will be an asset.

 

Experience

One to two years of relevant work experience especially in field data collection is desirable

 

Interested candidates can submit their CVs with a cover letter to iiph.shillong.ner@gmail.com

 

Applications received for this job position/s may be considered for other suitable available positions at CSCMI/IIPHS. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Selection and short-listing of the candidates will solely be done at the discretion of CSCMI/IIPHS; we reserve the right for selection criteria and procedures. Candidate(s) will be free to accept/reject such employment offer as per his/her discretion.

 

Your CV should provide the following details, in a word document, preferably in the following order: 

  1. Full Name
  2. Address and contract details (including email and phone)
  • Educational qualifications – Diploma/degree/s, year and institute qualified from
  1. Language skills (spoken, written skills)
  2. Software skills
  3. Work experience (position/job title, organization, duration) if none please state NIL
  • Research experience
  • Publications if any
  1. Referees (two persons who you have worked or trained under)
  2. Any other relevant information

 

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Selection and short-listing of the candidates will solely be done at the discretion of CSCMI/IIPH; we reserve the right for selection criteria and procedures.

Field Research Assistant(Walk In Interview)

A walk in interview for selection of suitable candidates for short term engagement (three months) contractual post of Field Research Assistant under the “Center for Study of Complex Malaria in India” will be held on 21-August-2020 from 11 am till 1 pm at Nartiang PHC.

Project brief:

Understanding malaria in Meghalaya – Center for the Study of Complex Malaria in India

The CSCMI is doing epidemiological, genomics, entomological and behavioral sciences studies in Meghalaya to understand prevalence including asymptomatic carrier status. The goal is to generate evidence that will assist in the design of effective measures to reduce and ultimately eliminate malaria in Meghalaya. The study is part of the Center for the Study of Complex Malaria in India (CSCMI) funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). The research is led by New York University in collaboration with the National Lutheran Health & Medical Board (NLHMB), the Indian Institute of Public Health Shillong (a regional public health institution), National Institute of Research in Tribal Health (NIRTH) and other partners.

Position: Field Research Assistant

Location: Meghalaya

Duration: Three months (may be extended based on performance)

Key Deliverables:

Functional requirements

  • Carry out community/clinic surveys, collect and process blood samples
  • Will be responsible for maintaining safety and quality standards for samples collected and for all equipment used
  • Responsible for proper labelling, storage and maintenance of the blood samples collected
  • Responsible for transport of samples from the PHC clinic to the Institute
  • To have close coordination with the field team and lab members at the Institute
  • Involvement in field work as and when necessary
  • Other: Any other project or institution related activities may be assigned from time to time by the principal investigator or immediate supervisor.

Operational requirements

  • Preparation of blood smear, blood spot and venous blood collection, and haemoglobin measurement
  • Perform rapid malaria detection using rapid detection test(s)
  • Perform anthropometric measurements
  • Processing of samples at study sites

Data/Documentation:

Maintain detailed log of work and provide weekly reports.

Report Writing/Updates

Provide regular updates to immediate supervisor and assist in report writing if required

Qualifications:

General requirements

Diploma/Bachelors in Medical Laboratory Technology

Language requirements

Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of local language (Khasi/Jaintia/Garo) is an asset.

Experience: Clinical- Field/laboratory experience is an asset.

 

Qualitative Research Assistant

Job Title: Qualitative Research Assistant

Organization: Indian Institute of Public Health Shillong & NLHMB

Location: Meghalaya

Specific location: Shillong, Meghalaya

Deadline: 11-August-2020

Email for receiving applications: iiph.shillong.ner@gmail.com

 

Project Brief

The epidemiology of malaria in Meghalaya

The Centre for the Study of Complex Malaria in India (CSCMI)

Meghalaya has a significant burden of malaria, but there is a paucity of research and surveillance data. The CSCMI is doing epidemiological, genomics, entomological and behavioral sciences studies in Meghalaya to understand prevalence including asymptomatic carrier status. The goal is to generate evidence that will assist in the design of effective measures to reduce and ultimately eliminate malaria in Meghalaya. The study is part of the Center for the Study of Complex Malaria in India (CSCMI) funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). The research is led by New York University in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Public Health Shillong (a regional public health institution), National Lutheran Health & Medical Board (NLHMB), National Institute of Research in Tribal Health (NIRTH) and other partners.

Position: Research Assistant

Key Deliverables

Functional

(1Overall inputs on project

(i) Provide inputs to understand the local context relevant to the project

(ii) Co-ordinate with local stakeholders, health workers and village leaders

(iii) Maintain detailed log of field work and provide weekly reports.

(iv) Assist the team in providing deliverables

(2) Data collection:

(i) Conducting interviews with the key informants, and other participants

(ii) Conducting FGD in the community including required preparatory work

(iii) Transcribing and translating data from local language to English.

(iv) Responsible for the quality and reliability of the data collected.

  1. V) Assist in data analysis

(3)  Other conditions:

(i) The above-mentioned activities would require travel and stay in the study sites

(ii) Any other project or institution related activities as may be assigned from time to time by the principal investigator or immediate supervisor.

Liaison Requirement

  • Liaison at the local level to ensure smooth implementation of the program

(2) Liaison with health workers, village/community leaders to ensure quality and timely completion of work.

Operational Requirements:

  1. i) Coordinate regarding travel and accommodation of the team during data collection or for other field activities as and when required
  2. ii) Prepare field plans and budget for data collection

Data/Documentation:

  1. Maintain detailed log of field work and provide weekly reports.
  2. Conduct data collection and upload the data whenever required

Report Writing/Updates

Provide regular updates to immediate supervisor and assist in report writing if required

Qualification

General requirements

Graduate/Post-graduate degree/ Post-graduate diploma in Public Health/ Social Sciences/Anthropology/ Nursing/ Allied Health or other health related disciplines.

Language Requirements

Fluency in Khasi/Jaintia and English is essential.

Knowledge of Garo language is an asset

Additional Skills

Good writing and communication skills are required.

Proficiency in relevant computer applications particularly Excel, word, power point is desirable.

Knowledge of a qualitative software like NVivo will be an asset.

 

Experience

One to two years of relevant work experience especially in field data collection is desirable

 Interested candidates can submit their CVs with a cover letter to iiph.shillong.ner@gmail.com

Applications received for this job position/s may be considered for other suitable available positions at CSCMI/IIPHS. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Selection and short-listing of the candidates will solely be done at the discretion of CSCMI/IIPHS; we reserve the right for selection criteria and procedures. Candidate(s) will be free to accept/reject such employment offer as per his/her discretion.

 

Your CV should provide the following details, in a word document, preferably in the following order: 

  1. Full Name
  2. Address and contract details (including email and phone)
  • Educational qualifications – Diploma/degree/s, year and institute qualified from
  1. Language skills (spoken, written skills)
  2. Software skills
  3. Work experience (position/job title, organization, duration) if none please state NIL
  • Research experience
  • Publications if any
  1. Referees (two persons who you have worked or trained under)
  2. Any other relevant information

 

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Selection and short-listing of the candidates will solely be done at the discretion of CSCMI/IIPH; we reserve the right for selection criteria and procedures.

Research Fellow/Associate/ Social Scientist

Job Title: Research Fellow/Associate/ social scientist

Organization: Indian Institute of Public Health Shillong & NLHMB

Location: Meghalaya

Specific location: Shillong

Closing date of applications: 31-July-2020

Email for receiving applications: iiph.shillong.ner@gmail.com

 

Job Description:

 The Centre for the Study of Complex Malaria in India (CSCMI)

 The epidemiology of malaria in Meghalaya

The CSCMI is doing epidemiological, genomics, entomological and behavioral sciences studies in Meghalaya to understand prevalence including asymptomatic carrier status. The goal is to generate evidence that will assist in the design of effective measures to reduce and ultimately eliminate malaria in Meghalaya. The study is part of the Center for the Study of Complex Malaria in India (CSCMI) funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). The research is led by New York University in collaboration with the National Lutheran Health & Medical Board (NLHMB), the Indian Institute of Public Health Shillong (a regional public health institution), National Institute of Research in Tribal Health (NIRTH) and other partners.

Position: Research Fellow/Associate

 

Key Deliverables:

Functional requirements

  1. Overall inputs on project:
  2. Assist the lead investigator(s) in coordinating Qualitative data collection
  3. Provide ongoing support for capacity building of the project personnel in terms of study objectives, ethical aspects, study tool development, data collection, analysis, integration, reporting and formulating micro-plans.
  • Provide inputs to understand the local context relevant to the project. Co-ordinate with local government personnel, health workers and village leaders
  1. Undertake/support qualitative data analysis and prepare timely reports and publications.
  2. Maintain research log of work and provide weekly/biweekly reports as required
  3. Provide periodic updates of progress to the lead investigators and the Government. Assist the PI in providing reports/deliverables to funding agency.
  • Review budgets prepared for field work by field team.
  • Ensure that activities of the project are well coordinated to meet the project timelines.
  1. Any other activities as assigned from time to time by the principal investigator(s).

 

  1. Data collection:
  2. i) Coordinate/supervise field data collection, ensure appropriate consent process.
  3. ii) Undertake periodic field visits to project sites to review project implementation, identify challenges and support the team in charting appropriate solutions.

 

  1. Others: Any other project or institution related activities as assigned from time to time by the principal investigator(s), make presentations at meetings and/or conferences, co-ordinate academic programmes.

 

Note: The above-mentioned activities may require travel and stay in study sites and or collaborating institutions.

 

Liaison Requirement

  1. Liaison with Government at State and District levels as may be required in consultation with PI to ensure smooth implementation of the study
  2. Liaison with health workers, village/community leaders to ensure quality and timely completion of work.

 

Operational Requirements:

  1. i) Supervise/coordinate local arrangements regarding travel and accommodation of the team during data collection or for other field activities as and when required
  2. ii) Supervise field plans and budget for data collection

 

Data/Documentation:

  1. Maintain detailed log of work and provide weekly reports.
  2. Supervise data collection and upload the data whenever required

 

Report Writing/Updates

Provide regular updates to immediate supervisor and write reports and manuscripts for publication

 

Qualification

PhD or Post graduate in Public Health / Medical Anthropology or other equivalent qualifications in a health related discipline with relevant experience.

 

Language Requirements

Fluency in English is essential

Fluency in Khasi/Jaintia or another local language will be an asset

 

Additional Skills

Good writing and communication skills are essential.

Proficiency in relevant computer applications such as Excel, word, power point are essential

Proficiency with qualitative software (N-vivo or equivalent) is desirable

 

Experience

Desirable: Two years of relevant work experience will be an advantage

 

Interested candidates can submit their CVs with a cover letter to iiph.shillong.ner@gmail.com

Applications received for this job position/s may be considered for other suitable available positions at CSCMI/IIPH. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Selection and short-listing of the candidates will solely be done at the discretion of CSCMI/IIPH; we reserve the right for selection criteria and procedures. Candidate(s) will be free to accept/reject such employment offer as per his/her discretion.

 

Your CV should provide the following details, in a word document, preferably in the following order: 

  1. Full Name
  2. Address and contract details (including email and phone)
  • Educational qualifications – Diploma/degree/s, year and institute qualified from
  1. Language skills (spoken, written skills)
  2. Software skills
  3. Work experience (position/job title, organization, duration) if none please state NIL
  • Research experience
  • Publications if any
  1. Referees (two persons who you have worked or trained under)
  2. Any other relevant information

Field Research Assistant

Job Title: Field Research Assistant

Location: Meghalaya

Specific location: Shillong

Closing date of applications: 31-July-2020

Email for receiving applications: iiph.shillong.ner@gmail.com

Project brief:

Understanding malaria in Meghalaya – Center for the Study of Complex Malaria in India

The CSCMI is doing epidemiological, genomics, entomological and behavioral sciences studies in Meghalaya to understand prevalence including asymptomatic carrier status. The goal is to generate evidence that will assist in the design of effective measures to reduce and ultimately eliminate malaria in Meghalaya. The study is part of the Center for the Study of Complex Malaria in India (CSCMI) funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). The research is led by New York University in collaboration with the National Lutheran Health & Medical Board (NLHMB), the Indian Institute of Public Health Shillong (a regional public health institution), National Institute of Research in Tribal Health (NIRTH) and other partners.

Position: Field Research Assistant

Key Deliverables:

Functional requirements

  • Carry out community/clinic surveys, collect and process blood samples
  • Will be responsible for maintaining safety and quality standards for samples collected and for all equipment used
  • Responsible for proper labelling, storage and maintenance of the blood samples collected
  • Responsible for transport of samples from the PHC clinic to the Institute
  • To have close coordination with the field team and lab members at the Institute
  • Involvement in field work as and when necessary
  • Other: Any other project or institution related activities may be assigned from time to time by the principal investigator or immediate supervisor.

Operational requirements

  • Preparation of blood smear, blood spot and venous blood collection, and haemoglobin measurement
  • Perform rapid malaria detection using rapid detection test(s)
  • Perform anthropometric measurements
  • Processing of samples at study sites

Data/Documentation:

Maintain detailed log of work and provide weekly reports.

Report Writing/Updates

Provide regular updates to immediate supervisor and assist in report writing if required

Qualifications:

General requirements

GNM/Bsc Nursing/Diploma/Bachelors in Medical Laboratory Technology

Language requirements

Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of local language (Khasi/Jaintia/Garo) is an asset.

Experience: Clinical- Field/laboratory experience is an asset.

 

Your CV should provide the following details, in a word document, preferably in the following order: 

  • Full Name
  • Address and contract details (including email and phone)
  • Educational qualifications – Diploma/degree/s, year and institute qualified from
  • Language skills (spoken, written skills)
  • Software skills
  • Work experience (position/job title, organization, duration) if none please state NIL
  • Research experience
  • Publications (if any)
  • Referees (two persons who you have worked or trained under)
  • Any other relevant information

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Selection and short-listing of the candidates will solely be done at the discretion of CSCMI/IIPH; we reserve the right for selection criteria and procedures.

Field Research Assistant

Job Title: Field Research Assistant

Location: Meghalaya

Specific location: South Garo Hills, Meghalaya

Closing date of applications:5-February-2021

Email for receiving applications: iiph.shillong.ner@gmail.com

Project brief:

Understanding malaria in Meghalaya – Center for the Study of Complex Malaria in India

The CSCMI is doing epidemiological, genomics, entomological and behavioral sciences studies in Meghalaya to understand prevalence including asymptomatic carrier status. The goal is to generate evidence that will assist in the design of effective measures to reduce and ultimately eliminate malaria in Meghalaya. The study is part of the Center for the Study of Complex Malaria in India (CSCMI) funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). The research is led by New York University in collaboration with the National Lutheran Health & Medical Board (NLHMB), the Indian Institute of Public Health Shillong (a regional public health institution), National Institute of Research in Tribal Health (NIRTH) and other partners.

Position: Field Research Assistant

Key Deliverables:

Functional requirements

  • Carry out community/clinic surveys, collect and process blood samples
  • Will be responsible for maintaining safety and quality standards for samples collected and for all equipment used
  • Responsible for proper labelling, storage and maintenance of the blood samples collected
  • Responsible for transport of samples from the PHC clinic to the Institute
  • To have close coordination with the field team and lab members at the Institute
  • Involvement in field work as and when necessary
  • Other: Any other project or institution related activities may be assigned from time to time by the principal investigator or immediate supervisor.

Operational requirements

  • Preparation of blood smear, blood spot and venous blood collection, and haemoglobin measurement
  • Perform rapid malaria detection using rapid detection test(s)
  • Perform anthropometric measurements
  • Processing of samples at study sites

Data/Documentation:

Maintain detailed log of work and provide weekly reports.

Report Writing/Updates

Provide regular updates to immediate supervisor and assist in report writing if required

Qualifications:

General requirements

GNM/BSc Nursing/Diploma/Bachelors in Medical Laboratory Technology

Language requirements

Fluency in Garo and English is essential.

Experience: Clinical- Field/laboratory experience is an asset.

 

Your CV should provide the following details, in a word document, preferably in the following order: 

  • Full Name
  • Address and contract details (including email and phone)
  • Educational qualifications – Diploma/degree/s, year and institute qualified from
  • Language skills (spoken, written skills)
  • Software skills
  • Work experience (position/job title, organization, duration) if none please state NIL
  • Research experience
  • Publications (if any)
  • Referees (two persons who you have worked or trained under)
  • Any other relevant information

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Selection and short-listing of the candidates will solely be done at the discretion of CSCMI/IIPH; we reserve the right for selection criteria and procedures.