Coordinator position in STOPMiP:
title: Intermittent Screening and Treatment or Intermittent Prevention Therapy
for control of malaria in pregnancy in Indonesia (STOPMiP).
position offers an opportunity for motivated candidates to join an
international collaborative project between the Eijkman Institute for Molecular
Biology and the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK. The Eijkman
Institute is a prestigious well established internationally acclaimed research
institute advancing and contributing to infectious and non-infectious disease
based scientific research. Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine is an
international centre of excellence with up to date access and expertise in
tropical infectious diseases making them a world leader in their field. The candidate will engage in a health systems
study within the STOPMiP research project and will work on the feasibility,
acceptability and cost effectiveness components of the project.
Experience in qualitative research
methods, time management and organisational skills and ability to work both
collaboratively and independently across a multi-disciplinary team are
essential. Good command of written and spoken English is necessary for the
To work under the mentorship of the project Principal Investigators
to ensure the study is implemented according to the protocol and support day to
day research activities in two field sites, one in South West Sumba and one in Timika,
Jakarta based fixed term for
12 months extendable to an additional year with frequent travel to the field
Qualification: PHD in Public Health or
Womens Health or a Bachelors in Medicine with Masters in Public Health (MPH)
Additional merit: Work experience in qualitative
research in rural settings for 3 months or more is desirable.
The successful candidate
will be based in Jakarta with frequent travel to the field site in South West Sumba
and in Timika. He/she is open to learning new skills and will work
independently with limited supervision.
Assist the Principal Investigators in the preparation and
translation of study protocols, tools, and forms.
- · Engage in the partners workshops and training of the study
team with guidance from the Principal Investigators.
Manage field survey, participant enrollment and coordinate data
collection and data entry.
Be responsible for data analysis and writing of reports and
Assist in the logistics, management, and coordination of
study tasks and staff.
Please send letter of application and CV
to firstname.lastname@example.org not later than 31 October 2013. Please put the position
title in the subject line. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.