Indonesian NGO seeks Public Health Graduate and Nutritionist

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Established Indonesian NGO, working for poverty alleviation & community empowerment in rural areas seeks:

1. QUALIFIED NUTRITIONIST
We are looking for a qualified & experienced nutritionist to work with our Health Team mainly on tackling malnutrition in infants & children.
• Min. D3 graduate in Nutrition, age max. 35 years old.
• Min. 4 years hands-on experience working with communities, mothers, infants 0-5 and children.
• Knowledge of malnutrition in infants & children is essential.
• Knowledge of lactating/breastfeeding is important.
• Experience assessing nutritional status of infants and young children.
• Comfortable providing nutrition education to mothers, infant 0-5, children & teenagers at village level (Posyandu and schools).
• Experience in data collection and analysis
• Experience leading a team and leading trainings.
• Good organization and communication skills both verbal and written.
• Team player but capable of working independently and taking initiative.

2. PUBLIC HEALTH GRADUATE
• Min degree in Public Health, age max. 35 years old.
• Min 2 years experience working with communities, mothers & children at village level.
• Experience providing health education to mothers at the posyandu and school aged children.
• Knowledge of malnutrition in infants and children.
• Experience in data collection and analysis
• Good organization and communication skills both verbal and written.
• Team player but capable of working independently.

General requirements: fluent in Balinese language & reasonable English, highly dedicated

Please email your application letter, CV, copy of qualifications/certificates, expected salary & date of availability to: ebpp_a@yahoo.co.id

Tanggung Jawab Pekerjaan :

1. QUALIFIED NUTRITIONIST
• Working with communities, mothers, infants 0-5 and children.
• Education/awareness about malnutrition in infants & children, lactating/breastfeeding.
• Assessing nutritional status of infants and young children.
• Providing nutrition education to mothers, infant 0-5, children & teenagers at village level (Posyandu and schools).
• Data collection and analysis
• Leading a team and leading trainings.

2. PUBLIC HEALTH GRADUATE
• Working with communities, mothers & children at village level.
• Providing health education to mothers at the posyandu and school aged children.
• Data collection and analysis

Persyaratan Pengalaman :

Min. 4 years hands-on experience working with communities, mothers, infants 0-5 and children

Keahlian :

1. QUALIFIED NUTRITIONIST
• Min. 4 years hands-on experience working with communities, mothers, infants 0-5 and children.
• Knowledge of malnutrition in infants & children is essential.
• Knowledge of lactating/breastfeeding is important.
• Experience assessing nutritional status of infants and young children.
• Comfortable providing nutrition education to mothers, infant 0-5, children & teenagers at village level (Posyandu and schools).
• Experience in data collection and analysis
• Experience leading a team and leading trainings.
• Good organization and communication skills both verbal and written.
• Team player but capable of working independently and taking initiative.

2. PUBLIC HEALTH GRADUATE
• Min 2 years experience working with communities, mothers & children at village level.
• Experience providing health education to mothers at the posyandu and school aged children.
• Knowledge of malnutrition in infants and children.
• Experience in data collection and analysis
• Good organization and communication skills both verbal and written.
• Team player but capable of working independently.

Kualifikasi :

1. QUALIFIED NUTRITIONIST
• Min. D3 graduate in Nutrition, age max. 35 years old.

2. PUBLIC HEALTH GRADUATE
• Min degree in Public Health, age max. 35 years old.


Profile Perusahaan

Deskripsi Perusahaan

The East Bali Poverty Project (EBPP) is a non-profit organisation established in 1998 by a British resident of Bali after an appeal for help by an isolated 7,200Ha mountain village, forgotten by time and progress. Participatory community surveys in 1998 with 1,056 of the 3,000 families in the 19 sub-villages revealed thousands of people living in abject poverty without water, sanitation, roads, schools, health facilities and electricity. Illiteracy was approaching 100%. Malnutrition and iodine deficiency disorders (IDD) were endemic – iodine being the essential nutrient for healthy child births, brain and body development.