Closing date: 15 November 2023

Working station: Hanoi office with possible travel to provinces.

Position: Researcher (01 person).

Program: Gender equality and violence prevention.

Contract term: 1 year and can be extended each year until December 2027.

1. About CCIHP

Center for Creative Initiatives in Health and Population (C.CIHP) is a Vietnamese NGO registered under VUSTA since 2008. We are working in the fields of public health, health equity, gender and gender-based violence, reproductive and sexual health, and disability and mental health.

C.CIHP is currently looking for 01 researcher and research coordinator to work full-time in the period from November 2023 to December 2027. The researcher will work for a collaborative research program between Emory University (USA) and C.CIHP in the field of violence prevention. This research program has been a collaboration between Emory University and C.CIHP for the past five years. , This research focuses on the topic of sexual violence prevention for male students at six medical universities in Vietnam.

2. Tasks description

About research expertise:

- Responsible for implementing the quantitative research component:

  • Designing questionnair on the data collection and management tools such as REDCap, KOBO;
  • Management and exporting data reports as required by research manager;
  • Supporting data analysis as required by research manager.

- Supporting to implement the qualitative research components:

  • Supporting to conduct in-depth interviews and group discussions with research subjects;
  • Supporting to read transcripts of in-depth interviews and group discussions, analyzing and summarizing data as required by research manager;
  • Participating in other research as required by research manager.

About research coordination expertise:

  • Planing data collection, working with partners (6 universities) to schedule surveys, interviews, and group discussions;
  • Monitoring progress of quantitative data collection, and coordinating with partners to promote progress according to research requirements
  • Making payments for field research activities and settle costs of field research activities.

3. Required Qualifications

  • A minimum of bachelor's degree in public health, social sciences or a related field;
  • At least 2 years of working experience in health-related field or violence prevention is an advantage; having knowledge and experience about quantitative and qualitative research in the field of gender equality and gender-based violence;
  • Having knowledge and experience in using data collection tools such as REDCap, KOBO...
  • Ability to communicate effectively with partners, flexibly and handle multiple tasks at the same time;
  • Ability to go on field trips in relevant provinces;
  • Being able to use English at work is an advantage.

4. Benefits

  • Negotiable, competitive salary based on ability and actual work experience; annual salary review, the 13rd month-salary and other benefits according to C.CIHP regulations;
  • Having opportunities to improve professional capacity and building personal networks;
  • Full insurance scheme, vacation and holiday benefits according to the Labor Law.

How to apply

Interested candidates send applications including:

  • Resume in English with clear description of their background and working experiences that relevant to the applied position, and contact of 3 referees;
  • A cover letter in English to explain why they are qualified for the applied position;
  • Copies (no need for notarization) of relevant documents and certificates;

Applications should be sent via email to Ms. Nguyen Minh Hai at [email protected] with specific title of the applied position in the email subject. 

Closing date: before November 15, 2023

Only qualified candidates will be contacted.

C.CIHP is an equal opportunity employer. Every qualified applicant will be considered for employment. C.CIHP does not discriminate based on gender, gender identity or sexual orientation, and disability status.

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Wed, 2023-11-15