WHO Viet Nam employment

Current employment opportunities


Consultant to assist the WHO Country Office in providing support to the Ministry of Health in the area of National Regulatory Authority Strengthening.

Deadline to submit application by COB 29 Nov 2017
Applicants should submit application together with a CV to:


Administrative Officer
World Health Organization
304 Kim Ma, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Viet Nam

Or by email to:
wpvnmapplicants@who.int


To provide the installation and configuration of network equipment of e-learning centre at Hai Phong University of Medicine and Pharmacy

Detail proposal should be submitted to WHO no later than 17:00 pm on 03 November 2017.
The sealed quotation must be sent to:

Administrative Officer
World Health Organization
304 Kim Ma, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Viet Nam

Or by email to:
wpvnmapplicants@who.int


International consultant to provide technical support to the WHO country office

Deadline to submit proposal by COB 02 November 2017
Applicants should submit application together with a CV to:


Administrative Officer
World Health Organization
304 Kim Ma, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Viet Nam

Or by email to:
wpvnmapplicants@who.int


National consultant on communication

Deadline to submit application by COB 02 November 2017
Applicants should submit application together with a CV to:


Administrative Officer
World Health Organization
304 Kim Ma, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Viet Nam

Or by email to:
wpvnmapplicants@who.int


National consultant to provide technical support on development of a report on the disease burden of Hepatitis B & C and Economic Analysis of intervention strategies in Vietnam

Deadline to submit application by COB 09 November 2017
Applicants should submit application together with a CV to:


Administrative Officer
World Health Organization
304 Kim Ma, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Viet Nam

Or by email to:
wpvnmapplicants@who.int

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