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VACANCY NOTICE: WCO/2019/SSA/HSS/02
DATE OF ISSUE: 21 January 2019
The mission of WHO is the attainment by all peoples of the highest possible level of health.
TITLE : Environmental Health Associate
: Special Service Agreement (SSA)
APPPLICATION DEADLINE : 11 February 2019
DURATION OF CONTRACT : 01 March 2019 to 31 December 2019 (with possibility of extension)
UNIT/OFFICE : Environmental Health Programme (EH)
: Lump sum package of approximately NPR 110,524 per month (Taxable)
The World Health Organization (WHO), Nepal invites applications from qualified and experienced
candidates to fulfil the position of Environmental Health Associate.
Purpose of the Position:
The purpose of the position is to support WHO Nepal's environmental health programme by providing
local coordination, liaison and technical support for the implementation of activities related with Urban
Health Initiative (UHI), Climate Change and other related environmental health aspects.
Summary of assigned duties:
Under the overall guidance of the Public Health Administrator and in coordination with/supervision of
the National Professional Officer (NPO)/Environmental Health, the incumbent will carry out the
Support to liaise and coordinate project activities related to the Urban Health Initiative, DFID
funded with local and international implementing partners.
Provide technical support to plan, develop, implement and follow up various activities on health, air
quality, climate change, WASH and other environmental health issues.
Support for gathering, recording and reporting of information and data on the various project
Assist to organize trainings and other capacity building activities.
Organize and support WHO work for meetings and seminars with stakeholders and experts.
Maintain good working relationships with national and local authorit