The Micronutrient Initiative (MI) is an international Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) dedicated to ensuring that the world’s most vulnerable – especially women and children in developing countries – get the vitamins and minerals they need to survive and thrive. With headquarters in Ottawa, Canada MI maintains regional offices in New Delhi, India and Dakar, Senegal that manages our country offices in Asia and Africa.
MI is supporting the Government of Indonesia in implementing a pilot project on weekly IFA supplementation for school-going adolescent girls in two districts (Cimahi and Purwakarta) in West Java Province. Currently, the capacity of officials and staffs of the Ministries of Health, Education and Religion who will be engaged in implementation particularly the school teachers is limited with regards to effectively delivering this program. MI proposes to undertake capacity building of key officials and school teachers for effective planning and implementation of the pilot project.
In this regard, MI seeks local consultant to develop the training module in consultation with MI and the concerned ministries.
The specific responsibilities are described in website https://www.scribd.com/doc/
· Graduate degree in public health, nutrition or related fields. Post graduate will be an asset.
· At least 5 years of experience in the field of public health and development of training and communication materials.
· Competent in written and spoken English.
· Previous experience working with MI is an asset.
Interested and competent applicants are requested to submit i) application letter with budget proposal; ii) recent Curriculum Vitae (CV); and iii) address of two referees. Application can be submitted through email to firstname.lastname@example.org(please use subject line: IFAS Adolescent - Training Module Development), post or hand delivered to the address: MI Indonesia Office, Gedung Wirausaha Lt. 2, Jl. HR Rasuna Said Kav. C-5, Jakarta 12940.
The last date for receiving application is April 18, 2016. Only short listed candidate will be called for further selection process.
The Micronutrient Initiative