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Büro Führungskräfte zu Internationalen Organisationen

Junior Professional Officer (JPO)

Die Bundesregierung hat mit mehr als 30 Internationalen Organisationen Abkommen zur Förderung von deutschen Nachwuchskräften als JPO geschlossen. Die Federführung des Programms liegt beim Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ); das Büro Führungskräfte zu Internationalen Organisationen (BFIO) ist verantwortlich für die Durchführung des Programms. Angesprochen sind Bewerber/innen mit deutscher Staatsangehörigkeit und mit erster Berufserfahrung nach abgeschlossenem Hochschulstudium.

Da es sich um ein Nachwuchsförderprogramm handelt, sollten Bewerberinnen und Bewerber im Regelfall zwischen zwei bis vier Jahren Berufserfahrung haben.

Wichtige Informationen zur Bewerbung (Bewerbungsvoraussetzungen, Bewerbungsformular, Details zur Stellenbeschreibung etc.) finden Sie auf unserer Website unter www.bfio.de, Stichwort: JPO-Programm.

Bewerbungsschluss ist Freitag, der 19. Februar 2021, 24.00 Uhr MEZ


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WHO - JPO, Health Policy Analyst, WHO Office at the EU (WEU), Brussels


Junior Professional Officer (JPO), Health Policy Analyst, Brussels
Sector/Unit: WHO Office at the EU (WEU)
Duration: 2 years with the possibility of extension for another year
Please note that for participants of the JPO-Programme two years work experience are mandatory!


Main duties and responsibilities:

  • Gather data, monitor and track progress of legislative initiatives and policy developments at the EU institutions, with a focus on global health policy and development areas, also including health emergencies, universal health coverage, and other health related sustainable development goals.
  • Review and analyze EU plans and strategies and EC’s declarations, statements, communications or any other relevant documents related to or with a potential to influence global health and health related sustainable development goals.
  • Identify and signal, through regular and ad-hoc reports, any items of interest/ concern to the WHO around EU’s current debate on any policies with impact on public health.
  • Develop and maintain specific briefs on key thematic and topical items ongoing in the EU arena with potential impact on health.
  • Provide analysis of political processes for adopting and implementing policies with health impacts and their involved stakeholders towards better understanding EU’s scope on health.
  • Attend staff meetings and conference calls, internal programmes and stakeholders meetings on various topics, WHO meetings in Brussels, and meetings under the auspices of the European Parliament relevant to the health and/or development agenda.


Profile of qualification:

Education:

  • Master’s Degree in social sciences, health policy, public policy, economics, health economics, or related field.
  • Additional advanced university degree with key focuses on health or public policy; international relations or European affairs is desirable.


Experience:

  • At least 2 years work experience in any of the following: health policy analysis, health economics, health systems research, including related teaching/training experience.
  • Experience working with or in multi- and bilateral development agencies active in the health sector, or in an international/national administration is desirable.


Key Competencies:

  • Excellent communication skills in English. Knowledge of French or other European languages is desirable.
  • Proven skills in developing and assessing health policy/health reform plans and strategies.
  • Proven skills in health policy analysis.  
  • Practical knowledge of Microsoft Office.