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STOP Spillover University of Washington Research Coordinator

The Institute for Risk Analysis and Risk Communication (IRARC) within the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at the University of Washington has an outstanding opportunity for a Research Coordinator to coordinate and assist all research and training opportunities for the Risk Analysis and Communication (RAC) hub for the USAID Strategies to Prevent Spillover (STOP Spillover). Learn more about the position and apply here.

STOP Spillover Country Technical Officer (Cambodia): Surveillance, Mapping, and Modeling

STOP Spillover’s approach centers on leveraging global-level Resource Hubs made up of consortium partner staff and key short-term technical advisors and consultants who provide expertise, technical assistance, and support to a Country Team. The Country Team, composed of a full-time Country Team Lead and four supporting members, drives implementation of the project, ensuring that project activities are responsive and contextualized to the needs of Cambodia. Learn more about the position and apply here.

STOP Spillover Country Technical Officer (Cambodia): Wildlife, Livestock, Epidemiology, Behavior Change, and Gender Strategy

STOP Spillover’s approach centers on leveraging global-level Resource Hubs made up of consortium partner staff and key short-term technical advisors and consultants who provide expertise, technical assistance, and support to a Country Team. The Country Team, composed of a full-time Country Team Lead and four supporting members, drives implementation of the project, ensuring that project activities are responsive and contextualized to the needs of Cambodia. The Wildlife, Livestock, Epidemiology, Behavior Change, and Gender Strategy (WLE) Country Technical Officer focuses on wildlife sciences, livestock production, disease ecology, social and behavior change, epidemiology and field methods, participatory epidemiology, gender studies, and infectious disease ecology. Learn more about the position and apply here.

STOP Spillover Country Technical Officer (Cambodia): Food, Water, Air, Climate, Livelihoods and Economics, and Policy and Security

STOP Spillover’s approach centers on leveraging global-level Resource Hubs made up of consortium partner staff and key short-term technical advisors and consultants who provide expertise, technical assistance, and support to a Country Team. The Country Team, composed of a full-time Country Team Lead and four supporting members, drives implementation of the project, ensuring that project activities are responsive and contextualized to the needs of Cambodia. Learn more about the position and apply here.

STOP Spillover Country Technical Officer (Cambodia): Risk Analysis and Communication

STOP Spillover’s approach centers on leveraging global-level Resource Hubs made up of consortium partner staff and key short-term technical advisors and consultants who provide expertise, technical assistance, and support to a Country Team. The Country Team, composed of a full-time Country Team Lead and four supporting members, drives implementation of the project, ensuring that project activities are responsive and contextualized to the needs of Cambodia. Learn more about the position and apply here.

STOP Spillover Country Technical Officer (Viet Nam): Risk Analysis and Communication

STOP Spillover’s approach centers around leveraging global-level Resource Hubs made up of consortium partner staff and key short term technical advisors and consultants, who provide expertise, technical assistance, and support to a Country Team. The Country Team, composed of a full-time Country Team Lead and four supporting members, will drive implementation of the project, ensuring that project activities are responsive and contextualized to the needs of Viet Nam. Learn more about the position and apply here.

STOP Spillover Country Technical Officer (Viet Nam): Surveillance, Mapping, and Modeling

STOP Spillover’s approach centers around leveraging global-level Resource Hubs made up of consortium partner staff and key short term technical advisors and consultants, who provide expertise, technical assistance, and support to a Country Team. The Country Team, composed of a full-time Country Team Lead and four supporting members, will drive implementation of the project, ensuring that project activities are responsive and contextualized to the needs of Viet Nam. Learn more about the position and apply here.