Damien Foundation, a Belgian international NGO, opens career window for 21 posts with application deadline being May 2, 2021.
Damien Foundation (DF) is involved in the control of Tuberculosis and Leprosy in 13 districts in deep collaboration with the government of Bangladesh.
Wanted Positions : The positions to which recruitment will be made are the followings :
Medical Technologist (Lab) : This position has 19 posts, of which 11 in Faridpur, 6 in Rajshahi and 2 in Mymensingh.
Requirements : Diploma in Medical Technology (lab) from recognized institutions with min one year of experience in relevant field. Any third class or division or equivalent grade at any level of education will lead to disqualification. And age must be maximum 35 years.
Salary & Benefits : Monthly gross salary around Tk. 15,000 with two festival bonuses per year.
Regional Supervisor (TV & Leprosy Control Office) : This position has two posts for Rajshahi Division.
Requirements : Master’s degree preferably in Social Science Disciplines from any recognized university with minimum three years of experience in Health Programme Management or relevant field. Any third class or division or equivalent grade at any level of education will lead to disqualification. And age must be maximum 45 years.
Salary & Benefits : Monthly gross salary of around Tk. 21,000 including all applicable benefits according to DF R & R.
How to Apply : Interested and eligible professionals are asked to send applications along with complete CVs, two passport size photographs, photocopies of all academic certificates and National ID Cards, mentioning the name of the ‘Position and Project’ on top of the envelope.
Application Destination : All applications along with all required papers must be sent to the following address on or before the above-mentioned date :
The Country Director, Damien Foundation Bangladesh, Apt#201, House# 10, Road-96, Gulshan-2, Dhaka-1212.
Attention : For any more information on the recruitment, please see the DF Circular 2021 in the below image :
DF Job Circular 2021 :