Consultant Public Private Mix (PPM)-CTD

Posted By: The Union

New Delhi

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Public Health/WASH

Job Description

The Position: The Union is seeking qualified local candidates for the position of Consultant PPM-CTD, based at New Delhi. The post holder will work in coordination with the Deputy Regional Director - TB and Communicable Diseases, Union South - East Asia Office. Purpose: TheConsultant PPM-CTD is responsible for providing technical support to Central TB Division (CTD) for development of evidence based policies, guidelines and schemes on public private partnerships in Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP). Key Deliverables: 1. Promote the use of the Standards of TB care in India (STCI) and assist in the development of additional tools and enablers for effective involvement of all care providers and stakeholders in RNTCP. 2. Assist CTD in the development, piloting and the scale-up of operational models of public-private partnerships in RNTCP. 3. Facilitate coordination with medical colleges, NGOs, private practitioners, professional medical associations, corporate sector

Desired Candidate Profile

Others - Others

Qualification and experience required: • Professional degree in Medicine and/or Public Health. • 5-7 years of experience of engagement with Public Health Programs preferably at National Level • Experience of working in the area of Public Private Partnership and working with National TB Programme (RNTCP) and National / International organisations will be an advantage • Experience in capacity building /mentoring of public health professionals • Fluent written and spoken English (knowledge of Hindi would be an advantage) • Strong oral and written communication, consultation and interpersonal skills. • Excellent organisational skills and ability to successfully manage competing priorities and meet deadlines. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:The Union
  • About Organization:The mission of the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union) is to bring innovation, expertise, solutions and support to address health challenges in low- and middle-income populations. Founded in 1920, The Union today is both a non-profit institute with five scientific departments and several offices worldwide and a federation of close to 3,000 organisations and individuals who are committed to the same goals. Its scientific departments focus on tuberculosis, HIV, lung health and non-communicable diseases, tobacco control and research; and each engages in research, provides technical assistance and offers training and other capacity-building activities leading to health solutions for the poor.