An international unit of the Health Intervention and Technology Assessment Program (HITAP) is hiring a lead content writer and editor, who is passionate about using various media platforms to support our unit’s mission: to building health technology assessment capacity for a better society
As our lead content writer, you will be responsible for communicating research content to our potential audiences using both online and off-line media. These include, but not limited to policy briefs, digital, e-newsletters, blogs, social, reports, research, and website. You’ll be a key member of our HITAP international and working closely with HITAP communication teams in develop and distribute content that supports our organizational goals to encourage the use of evidence-based for better health decision.
Our ideal candidate has an editorial or journalism background; loves writing, content creation and storytelling; and can lead a content process and workflow that requires input and review from multiple parties. With experiences or passion in communicating research, health technology assessment, evidence-based policy decision making, will be taken into consideration. This position reports to the head of HITAP International Unit and is based in Bangkok, Thailand. The ideal candidate is to be able to simplify complex content by using plain language.
Essential requirements and qualifications:
Type of employment: full-time, office-based employment with occasional international travel
This position is open to applicants of all nationalities
How to apply:
Interested candidates should download the application form and submit the form along with a detailed resume/curriculum vitae to Mr.Likhit Siriwanitkul at email@example.com referencing the job title. The resume (and/or a cover letter) should clearly indicate how the candidate meets the qualifications outlined above.
Tel: +662-590-4549, +662-590-4374-5
About HITAP and its International Unit
HITAP was established in 2007 as a non-profit research organization which reports to the Bureau of Policy and Strategy, Office of the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Public Health, Thailand. HITAP’s main responsibility is to assess a range of health interventions and technologies, including pharmaceuticals, medical devices, clinical practices, individual and community health promotions and disease prevention programs, as well as social health policy.
HITAP International Unit (HIU) is established in 2014 with the aim of empowering and providing practical lessons on the potential use of the use of Health Technology Assessment (HTA) and priority-setting for Universal Health Coverage (UHC), especially in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC). From then on, HIU has collaborated with international partners, e.g. the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Global Health and Development Group, Imperial College London, World Health Organization, and PATH, acting as a regional hub, helps countries build up their capacity on HTA. In order to expand its capacity to meet with growing demands in providing technical support to country partners, HIU is currently looking for a technical staff who are experienced in the field of HTA or a broad range of health economic methods and their application to contribute to research and capacity building activities in LMIC.