Dr. Jane Doe
14 Fourteen Street, Town, CA 99999 Cell: 000.000.0000 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Public health specialist and trained medical doctor with 34 years of experience as a physician, medical lecturer, and health programme manager. Adept at performing all areas of humanitarian assistance programming including design, planning, implementation, coordination, monitoring, and evaluation. Specialize in emergency health, immunization, and maternal and child health. Proven success in bolstering advocacy, social mobilization, and public enlightenment campaigns for supplementary immunization activities and routine immunization. Background supporting capacity building of health workers and caregivers in health, nutrition, and hygiene. Success in improving health outcomes for children, women, family units, and the general public in partnership with various levels of governments, bilateral agencies, NGOs, and CSOs in Nigeria and Angola.
Public Health Specialist IMNCH Expert Capacity Building Immunization Policy Health Systems Optimization Health Services Planning Primary Health Care Management Disease Control/Prevention Medical Research Patient Advocacy
Certificate in Alternative Medicine (Reflex Zone Therapy) Certificate in Reproductive Health (Manual Aspiration Techniques) Certificates from training workshops in Human Rights Based Approach Programming, Results Based Planning, Community Based Newborn Care, and Rapid Response Interventions in Humanitarian Relief Programming
Improved holistic health outcomes for women and children by supporting survival and development policy initiatives in partnership with UNICEF and national and international NGOs. Collaborated with UN colleagues, government Health Programme Officers, development partners, NGOs, and CBOs to address and reduce maternal, neonatal, and child mortality and increase overall motherhood safety. Supervised 8 health consultants in the field office advocating for evidence based programme implementation and results for the beneficiary populations. Managed more than $3.5 million in funds annually for health, immunization, and supplementary immunization activities for UNICEF. Delivered humanitarian services in emergency, health, nutrition, and basic relief for internally displaced populations, demobilized soldiers and their families, children in difficult circumstances, and resident communities and refugees affected by the fratricidal war that lasted more than 33 years in 17 of the 18 provinces of Angola. Completed continuing education in the following topics: National Immunization Policy, National Policy on Malaria Diagnosis and Treatment, National Policy and Guideline for HIV-AIDS Communication, National Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response, NSHDP, SSHDPs, Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses, and Integrated Community Case Management.
Health Specialist November 2009 to July 2013 United Nations Systems-UNICEF Abuja, Nigeria Directed the health section in providing country level assistance to infants, young children, and mothers with a focus in immunization services. Developed and implemented strategies for improving maternal and child health to achieve nutrition and healthrelated MDGs and targets in Nigeria.