Post Doctorate Fellowship (2)

By Makerere University December 10, 2017 04:20Job Vacancy

Post Doctorate Fellowship (2)

Posted: December, 10th Sunday 2017

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Contact:
T: 0772509316
E: sengooba@musph.ac.ug

Advertiser:
Makerere University

Applications close date:
Sunday 31st August 2014

Job DescriptionPost Doctorate Fellowship (2)

Background EuropeAid is funding SPEED project in Uganda at part of its call for support to Public Health Institute (EuropeAid/1351/C/ACT/Multi). SPEED is the acronym for “Supporting Policy Engagement for Evidence-based Decisions” for Universal Health Coverage in Uganda. Suitable candidates are being sought for the position below Position: Post Doctorate Fellowship (2) Scope of Research: • Support research initiatives that address policy analysis and systems resilience for universal health coverage in Uganda; • Engage in research work consistent with the scope and themes of the SPEED project; • Contribute to the grantmanship to support resource mobilization for programs related to SPEEP project; ... Please see Downloads for details Desired Skills and Experience: • Ph.D with orientation in health policy, health economics and health systems or political science. • Ability to develop and critique a policy studies and policy implementation • excellent verbal and written communication skills; • high level of proficiency with some standard software for data manipulation /analysis, modeling and or solid software development skills. Enquiries: Dr. Freddie Ssengooba, Director: SPEED, on 0772509316 or sengooba@musph.ac.ug To Apply: Please send a letter of application, accompanied by a comprehensive curriculum vitae, including a list of publications and the names and contact details of at least two referees. Send Applications by Emails to ekemari@musph.ac.ug with a Subject title - SPEED Fellowship. Closing date for application: 30 June 2015. Interview for short listed candidates will be held on 16th July 2015. For more information about SPEED visit http://speed.musph.ac.ug/.
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