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Regional (East Africa) Health Adviser with a focus on Maternal and Child Health

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Tamsin Walters

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6 Oct 2011, 21:38

The Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) is the agency responsible for managing the Australian Government’s official development assistance program. Australian assistance to Africa is increasing; to support this growth, AusAID is seeking high calibre staff for the recently-established Addis Ababa office. The Regional (East Africa) Health Adviser will provide AusAID with high quality technical health advice with a particular focus on maternal and child health (MCH) to assist AusAID to contribute effectively to improved MCH outcomes in East Africa and the Horn of Africa. Reporting to the First Secretary, Development, in Addis Ababa, the Adviser will play the lead technical role to develop and implement the $140 million Australia-Africa Maternal and Child Health Initiative in Eastern Africa. Annual salary range US$119,320 – 150,000, negotiable. Mobilisation and De-mobilisation expenses, Education Allowance up to three children, Generous Accommodation Allowance, Annual Leave, Fares including dependents. Selected applicants will be required to participate in a two day assessment center in Addis in late November, with necessary travel costs covered by AusAID. For more information, please visit www.hlsp.org/home/jobs.aspx Previous applicants will be considered and need not re-apply. Closing date for applications – midnight 24 October 2011. More information about AusAID is available at www.ausaid.gov.au.

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