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Intern, Country programme (C19 Vaccine Delivery, Coordination and Integration)

Geneva

  • Organization: Gavi, Vaccine Alliance
  • Location: Geneva
  • Grade: Internship - Internship
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Public Health and Health Service
    • Project and Programme Management
    • Malaria, Tuberculosis and other infectious diseases
    • Managerial positions
  • Closing Date: Closed
Gavi is committed to securing a global response to COVID-19 that is effective and fair. Since 2021, two multi-million-dollar funding windows (Covid 19 Delivery Support) have been established to support COVID-19 vaccine delivery and in July 2022 a third funding window was launched to further support for vaccine delivery and scale up and accelerate coverage of vaccinations of high and highest risk populations, as well as increasing adult vaccination coverage amongst the AMC 92 countries.
Gavi’s COVID-19 Vaccine Delivery, Coordination and Integration team is looking for an intern to support CDS programmatic qualitative assessments and to support Strategic Liaisons and Country Teams in facilitating vaccine demand and delivery related work.
 

•    Collect and synthesize CDS programmatic reports from countries;
•    Contribute to qualitative assessment of impact of CDS investments; 
•    Gathering lessons learnt from CDS implementation;
•    Support Strategic Liaisons and Country Teams in facilitating vaccine demand and delivery related work across Gavi 57 countries;
•    Proactive identification and addressing of issues, risks and improvement opportunities related to reporting;
•    Productive collaborations with relevant Gavi Secretariat colleagues and country and partner agency counterparts, as applicable.
 
•    Excellent Excel skills and comfort working with large data sets;
•    Ability to convert raw data into impactful reports and data visualisation; 
•    Knowledge of qualitative research methods is an asset;
•    Interpersonal and teamwork skills; diplomacy and tact;
•    Capacity and willingness to work remotely;
•    Computer skills, including internet navigation and various office applications; 
•    Ability to work in a multicultural environment and establish working relationships with multiple teams;
•    Experience in public health through academic work or research will be a plus.
•    Written and spoken fluency English is essential;
•    Fluency in French is a plus. 
•    University degree (master’s an asset) in health, public or business administration, social sciences, or other relevant field or equivalent, related training or experience.
 
•    Gavi Secretariat.
For more information on the Gavi Internship Programme please visit:
http://www.gavi.org/careers/internship-programme/

Stipends are available. Interns are expected to be interning on a full-time basis.

Please note, that to be eligible for this internship, you MUST be a student or have graduated within the last twelve months. 

If you wish to apply, please visit our Careers webpage and apply by clicking on "Intern, Country programme (C19 Vaccine Delivery, Coordination and Integration)". Applications close on 6th December 2022.

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Duration: ASAP for up to 24 weeks

Please note that as a vaccine organisation and in order to provide duty of care towards its employees, Gavi is requiring its new employees to confirm that they are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 as a condition for pursuing employment with us. You can find out more by visiting this link.              

In support of Gavi’s commitment to diversity, equality and inclusion, we hire globally and welcome applications regardless of age, disability, ethnicity, national origin, family status, sex, gender identity or expression, physical characteristics, race, religion, spirituality or sexual orientation. Gavi has zero tolerance towards sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse (SHEA) and any form of discrimination or harassment. 

Gavi brings together the public and private sectors to save lives and protect people’s health by increasing equitable and sustainable use of vaccines against 18 infectious diseases. You will be joining an organisation at the centre of the international COVID-19 response, at the most critical time in global health in a lifetime. You will work in a culturally diverse environment with over 70 nationalities. You will collaborate with partners such as WHO, UNICEF, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the World Bank – and from business, civil society and government. And you will work in the first global health organisation to receive equal gender salary certification. Your unique experience, skills and talents can help us achieve our vision of leaving no one behind without the life-saving power of vaccines. 
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