Closing Date: October 18 2021
The International Atomic Energy Agency’s Programme of Action for Cancer Therapy (PACT), in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO), is soliciting applications from qualified National Cancer Control Planning Experts. More detailed information can be found through the link here.
In order to provide qualified candidates to IAEA Departments for multiple positions, the Division of Human Resources keeps a roster of interested National Cancer Control Planning (NCCP) Experts. Qualified NCCP professionals and experts worldwide who are available for short-term and/or temporary assignments are encouraged to register and complete an online application. The NCCP expert will provide lead guidance and tools to the Ministry of Health (MOH) working group throughout the NCCP development stages to ensure quality of process and NCCP product, alignment with the IAEA, WHO and IARC standards and guidelines, and provide gender and health equity specific guidance. The NCCP expert will regularly liaise with designated IAEA, WHO, and IARC Officers, the MOH working group, and other designated stakeholders. The expert will be contracted for work conducted virtually and in-country, latter if feasible, for a period ranging between 2-8 weeks depending on the scope of work.
Registration into the Pipeline does not constitute in any form a commitment on the part of the IAEA for taking a particular application into consideration in the recruitment process for any vacancy. Pipeline registration is only valid for 2 years. Candidates need to re-register again after two years of initial date of registration to be considered as an active pipeline applicant.