Jun 082018

Organization: International Organization for Migration
Country: Democratic Republic of the Congo
Closing date: 11 Jun 2018

  1. Strict adherence to all bio-safety measures required.
  2. Collect specimens for medical screening or treatment follow-up of migrants.
  3. Following internationally accepted laboratory procedures when processing specimens for HIV, Hepatitis, Syphilis, Tuberculosis, Urine examinations.
  4. Maintaining computerized laboratory records.
  5. Provide timely result posting of laboratory examinations.
  6. Assist with procurement matters as required.
  7. Assist in providing logistical support for laboratory activities.
  8. Conduct Internal and External Quality Assurance procédures.
  9. Assisting in DNA specimen’s collection.
  10. Assisting in preparation and updating of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
  11. Performs any other duties that may be assigned by supervisor.

How to apply:

L’OIM applique une politique en faveur du genre et encourage les candidatures féminines.
Les candidatures composées du PHF de l’OIM (Personal History Form) et d’une lettre de
motivation dactylographiée peuvent être envoyées à l’adresse électronique suivante : avant le 11 juin 2018 en indiquant la référence du poste. Aucune candidature ne sera reçue par courrier physique.
Le formulaire Personnel History form (PHF) est disponible sur le site

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