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[Recruitment] STOP Spillover project recruits members of the Project Coordination Office (Country team Member)

STOP Spillover is a project funded by Tufts University in the US, through the One Health Network of Southeast Asian Universities (SEAOHUN), with funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
The five-year project aims to improve global understanding of the complex origins of zoonotic viruses and strengthen national capacity in surveillance, risk analysis and behavior change. Working at the project, candidates have the opportunity to access the federation of international, national, and local partners and global research resource centers.

Currently, the Project Coordination Office needs to recruit 4 positions in the following 4 areas:

1) Monitoring, Mapping and Modeling (SMM) - part-time 30%
2) Risk Analysis and Communication (RAC) - part-time 30%
3) Food, Water, Air, Climate, Livelihoods & Economy, Policy and Security (FWA) - part-time 30%
4) Wildlife, Livestock, Epidemiology, Behavior Change, and Gender (WLE) - 100% full-time

To apply, please send your application letter, resume and experience check list to email contact@vohun.org, cc mail Ms. Pham Thanh Ha, pth@vohun.org by 13/07/2021.
See detailed information about the positions applied for and the experience check list at the following link: