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

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.

The Wildlife, Livestock, Epidemiology, Behavior Change, and Gender Strategy Resource Hub focuses on wildlife sciences, livestock production, disease ecology, social and behavior change, epidemiology and field methods, participatory epidemiology, gender studies, and infectious disease ecology.

Some of the tasks and responsibilities associated with this position include:
  • Provide technical support and leadership in their specific discipline
  • In consultation with the Country Team Lead, be responsible for implementation of activities in their discipline
  • Participate in country level work planning activities
  • Support the recruitment and supervision of One Health-Design Research and Mentorship (OH-DReaM) working groups, which will lead the design, implementation, and validation of interventions intended to mitigate viral spillover and the spread of zoonotic diseases
  • Participate in the design, development, and review of interventions
  • Provide and manage logistical and technical support for field activities

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.

The Risk Analysis and Communication (RAC) Hub focuses on risk analysis, assessment, characterization, communication, management, and community risk-based surveillance.

Some of the tasks and responsibilities associated with this position include:
  • Providing technical support and leadership in their specific discipline
  • In consultation with the Country Team Lead, being responsible for implementation of activities in their specific discipline
  • Participating in country level work planning activities
  • Supporting the recruitment and supervision of One Health-Design Research and Mentorship (OH-DReaM) working groups, which will lead the design, implementation, and validation of interventions intended to mitigate viral spillover and the spread of zoonotic diseases
  • Participating in the design, development, and review of interventions
  • Providing and managing logistical and technical support for field activities

Learn more about the position and apply here.

 

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

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.

The Surveillance, Mapping, and Monitoring (SMM) Hub focuses on infectious disease/zoonotic disease surveillance, sampling and monitoring, wastewater surveillance, infectious disease modelling and mapping, community-based surveillance, applied epidemiology, biomedical research, diagnostics, and laboratory capacity building.

Some of the tasks and responsibilities associated with this position include:
  • Providing technical support and leadership in their specific discipline
  • In consultation with the Country Team Lead, being responsible for the implementation of activities in their specific discipline
  • Participating in country level work planning activities
  • Supporting the recruitment and supervision of One Health-Design Research and Mentorship (OH-DReaM) working groups, which will lead the design, implementation, and validation of interventions intended to mitigate viral spillover and the spread of zoonotic diseases
  • Participating in the design, development, and review of interventions
  • Providing and managing logistical and technical support for field activities

Learn more about the position and apply here.