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Job posting - EYE Strategy Partnership and Project Officer



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EYE Strategy Partnership and Project Officer position within the EYE Secretariat (Grade P4). Apply by 20th February 22.59 Central European Time.

The global Eliminate Yellow Fever Epidemics (EYE) Strategy was developed during the second half of 2016 by Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, UNICEF, the World Health Organization (WHO) and other partners. This was in response to the increasing risk of large, urban, yellow fever outbreaks.

The EYE Strategy is a comprehensive, multi-component and multi-partner initiative involving up to 50 partners globally in about 40 countries. To read more about our work to eliminate yellow fever epidemics by 2026, click here.

The Secretariat for the EYE Strategy is hosted by WHO, acting through the Department of Health Emergency Interventions. Its primary role is to ensure appropriate coordination and conduct relevant monitoring and evaluation activities required to drive all aspects of the strategy forward.

The full job description and application process can be found here. Apply by 20th February 2022, 22.59 Central European Time. 

Key aspects of the role

The incumbent is responsible for project management expertise to enhance implementation of the Global Eliminate Yellow Fever Epidemics (EYE) strategy. In close collaboration with EYE governance entities (e.g., technical working groups, programme management and leadership groups, regional implementation teams), the incumbent will contribute to the planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the EYE strategy’s technical and operational plans for 2022, and to associated coordination efforts. This includes tracking the implementation of key activities, outputs, strategic objectives and use of resources in close consultation with related teams at WHO headquarters and regional levels, and with relevant partners to ensure the effective delivery of the 2022 work plan.

The incumbent will also guide the development of a global strategic and operational plan for private sector and extractive industry actors’ engagement for the protection of highest-risk populations from yellow fever. This will require finalization of the existing private sector and extractive industry actor mapping (Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean). The outputs of this component of the consultancy will feed into the ongoing work by the EYE Secretariat to sustain progress towards strategic objective 2: prevent international spread (no exportation) and its 1st action 1 (Protect high-risk workers).



Advanced university level degree (Master’s level or above) in public health, project management, business administration, international relations, social sciences, or related field.


Doctorate degree in project management, business administration, public health, or related field.



At least 7 years of experience in working and managing public health programmes, providing technical and managerial support on programmatic issues. Experience in establishing and sustaining international partnerships, with emphasis on public health.


Experience in WHO to have an understanding of its mandate, goals and practices as related to the work or experience in UN or an international institution in similar functions.

For further information, please click here for the full job description. You can also apply here online. 

The closing date for all applications is 20th February 2022 at 22.59 Central European Time.

Please circulate widely within your networks.

With thanks, 

Laurence Cibrelus - Head of the EYE Strategy Secretariat

More on the EYE strategy can be found here. More information on yellow fever can be found here.


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