viernes, 12 de septiembre de 2014

UNICEF recruiting healthcare workers & other specialists

Ebola Crisis Response

The current crisis in West Africa is the largest Ebola outbreak ever reported, with 26 million people, including over 4.5 million children living in affected areas.

UNICEF is on the ground, working with community and religious leaders, youth organizations and others to fight widespread misconceptions about the disease and improve hygiene practices. UNICEF is also providing water and sanitation services to the affected communities, particularly through the procurement of water, sanitation and hygiene equipment and supplies -- as well as appropriate training for the health and medical partners.

As part of our drive to tackle the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, UNICEF seeks committed professionals, ready to be deployed immediately to countries in the affected area in the domains of Health and Nutrition, Communication for Development and Water and Sanitation.

Do you have the skills, competency and technical knowledge that we seek? Are you available to be deployed on short notice? UNICEF would like to hear from you.

Apply to our vacancies below and help our response to the Ebola crisis.

This page will be updated regularly to reflect our vacancies below in Ebola affected countries.

For more information, or if you have difficulties in applying, contact us at eRecruitment@unicef.org.

Check the full list of vacancies at: 
http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/index_75734.html

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