SERVICE CONTRACT- Health and Data Specialist, Ulaanbataar, Mongolia, SB4

Level: SB4
Contract Type: Service Contract
Closing date: 20 June 2018 - 5:00pm(Ulaanbaatar time)
Duty station: Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Job ID: 16812

This position is open for Mongolian Nationals only

Type of Contract: Service Contract

Position summary:

UNFPA is seeking candidates that transform, inspire and deliver high impact and sustained results; we need staff who are transparent, exceptional in how they manage the resources entrusted to them and who commit to deliver excellence in programme results.

The Health and Data Specialist guides and facilitates the delivery of the programme deliverables related to health and monitors results achieved in the overall programme implementation. He/she ensures and guides the appropriate application of systems and procedures and develops enhancements if necessary.

The Health and Data Specialist must effectively influence counterparts from diverse backgrounds to jointly contribute to achieving UNFPA’s mandate. The Health and Data Specialist is a primary person responsible for health outcomes and M&E of the UNFPA-supported projects and programmes including the UNFPA-implemented Integrated Support Programme for Women and Young People’s Health in Umnugobi Province.


Qualifications and Experience


Master’s degree in Public Health, Public Administration, Statistics, Economics, Development Studies, and/or other related social and medical science field. 

Knowledge and Experience:

At least 5 years of professional experience in implementing development programmes/projects related to women and youth health. Substantive knowledge and understanding of the Mongolian socio-economic, cultural and political conditions and specific expertise in planning, monitoring and evaluation are expected. Knowledge of UN policies and practices is an asset.


Fluency in oral and written English  and Mongolian languages. 

We are no longer accepting applications for this position.

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