8 Oct 2008
KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation is a dynamic Dutch NGO supporting
international tuberculosis control and one of the leading
international technical agencies, pioneering the DOTS strategy. The
organization contributed significantly to the success of global TB
control. In Indonesia, we have been working closely with Ministry of
Health since 1992 and are now leading a coalition of 7 international
partner organizations. Objective of this assistance is to strengthen
the technical capacity of the National TB Program in Indonesia.
United States Aid (USAID) provides the financial support for these
activities. To support our efforts in Indonesia we are looking for an
enthusiastic health professional with public health interest, capable
of working in a team to fulfill the position of :
Assistant Project Officer
Tasks: He/she is responsible to :
1. Support the financial project administration by:
1.1. Facilitate the administrative arrangements for the execution
of project activities including the handling of the cash box for
small expenditures ( 25 years
2.Maintain office communication & supplies by:
2.1. Controlling and maintaining internal and external
communication like telephone, fax and email connection during office
2.2. Manage the office supplies by maintaining adequate supply of
office materials and utensils, like paper, printer supplies and
2.3. Preparing & maintaining all correspondences with the Gerdunas
Secretariat, Project Management Unit (PMU) of the Ministry of Health
and other partner.
The KNCV Assistance Project Officer is responsible for project
support to the KNCV Representative Office in Jakarta and The National
Tuberculosis Program (NTP) in Indonesia, with the objective to ensure
effective implementation of donor support for DOTS acceleration in
Indonesia, channeled through KNCV.
Send Application Before October 15th 2007; To : KNCV Representative
PO BOX 4665, JAKARTA
or email to :
Monday, October 08, 2007
8 Oct 2008
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