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(EXTENDED) Short-term consultant Opportunity: Southeast Asia In-Country Analyst for Airborne Infection Defence Platform (AIDP) for ASEAN countries

The Opportunity

Stop TB Partnership Indonesia (STPI) is a partner to Stop TB Partnership in the implementation of Airborne Infection Defence Platform (AIDP) for ASEAN countries primarily focusing on community activities in TB care and prevention, and advocacy. We are looking for an in-country analyst (short-term consultant) for research assistance in the area of airborne infection, pandemic preparedness, and health system strengthening. The ideal candidate holds a graduate degree in a health-related field. The assignment is remote for candidates based in Southeast Asia.

Project Background

Airborne infectious diseases are the biggest threats to global health security. Despite the devastation caused by COVID-19, the world remains vulnerable to the next airborne infection. The international community relied on the tuberculosis (TB) infrastructure and expertise to respond to COVID-19, and can strengthen its preparedness by further investing in the TB response, which utilizes the same interventions and technology needed to fight other airborne infections.

The Airborne Infections Defense Platform (AIDP) aims to strengthen political commitment and partnerships, globally and at country level, that will enhance the use of existing TB services for the detection, treatment, and prevention of airborne infectious diseases in high TB burden countries. A key feature of the platform is the deployment of new technologies, including ultraportable radiography, digital innovations, and rapid molecular diagnostic tests to quickly and accurately detect TB, while accelerating or expanding the detection of other airborne infections, and linking people to care and referral services by relying on strong linkages to affected communities and civil societies.

AIDP will build on lessons learned from implementation of national programs in high TB burden countries, which have been developed with the support of USAID, the Stop TB Partnership (STP), World Health Organization (WHO), and other stakeholders. It will draw experience from the COVID-19 pandemic and a strong two-decade foundation of community engagement for enhanced detection, laboratory diagnostic network development with rapid molecular tests, reliance on evidence-based policies for optimal person-centered treatment (including drug-resistant forms of TB), contact investigation or tracing, and training on and implementation of airborne infection prevention.

About STPI

The Indonesian Tuberculosis Strategic Partnership Foundation or Stop TB Partnership Indonesia (STPI) believes that the elimination of tuberculosis (TB) in Indonesia is achieved if it is based on a strong partnership between government, private and community elements. Since its establishment as a Foundation in 2018, STPI has initiated cross-sectoral advocacy efforts for national TB policies, built a governance model for handling TB across sectors in districts and villages, and campaigned for TB issues in social media and mass media.

Job position: Southeast Asia In-Country Analyst

Direct Report: AIDP Project Manager

Status: Short-term Consultant (LOE 100%)

Duration: 90 days from June up until December 2024

Location: Respective country across ASEAN Member States

Working Hours: 8 hours/day


Educational and experience requirements:

  • Master Degree in Public Health, Global Health, or related health field is desirable. A background in medicine will be an asset.

  • Knowledge on pandemic preparedness or/and infectious disease or/and tuberculosis, AND health system strengthening are strongly preferred

  • Experience working as researcher/research assistant with 3 to 5 years experience in the relevant fields mentioned above that can be proven by the record of articles published in professional or academic journals or grey literatures

  • Knowledge of and research experience in Southeast Asia are strongly preferred

  • Experience working with government agencies

  • High proficiency in oral and written English

  • We are particularly looking for candidates from Brunei, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, and Thailand who are fluent in their national language.

  • Ability to work with minimum supervision with strong team collaboration skills

  • Willingness to travel to attend in-country meetings


  • Conduct document and policy analysis,

  • Search for complementary data and other information,

  • Data cleaning, preparation and analysis (graphs and tables),

  • Assist in the writing of research papers, reports and perform editorial tasks

  • Contact in-country counterparts in government, business, or academia, and civil society

  • Ad-hoc support to in-country visit (translation and coordination for visits, and interviews, workshops)


  • Uphold integrity and respect for diversity and equality

  • Aim to achieve optimal results and impact

  • Meaningful collaboration with partners and stakeholders

  • Promote innovations that gives leverage to achievement

  • Purposeful in accounting for progress and achievement



Working directly under AIDP Senior Lead Adviser, AIDP Project Manager and Stop TB Partnership Global’s Technical Experts

Specifically, they will:

  1. Provide technical support and assist AIDP with policy landscape and research activities as outlined in the role’s responsibilities;

  2. Carry out tasks assigned by Senior Project Lead Adviser, Project Manager and STPI in the context of AIDP;

  3. Build networks and communication with ASEAN Secretariat, other ASEAN Countries, Central and Regional Governments, CSOs, professional organizations, TB Activist Community Organizations, as well as other stakeholders related to AIDP at the international level in advocacy activities.


Please send your application to and with email subject: “(Full Name) – (Name of Country) - Southeast Asia Analyst” that contains your CV with a contact list of referees no later than July 14th 2024 at 23.59 WIB.

The applicants will go through the following recruitment process: 1) Administrative selection and CV screening, 2) Interview, and, 3) Reference check and offering.

Stop TB Partnership Indonesia is an institution committed to create an equal opportunities and inclusive environment for everyone. We actively promote the employment of people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds (race, religion, gender, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, skin color and/or marital status).

Stop TB Partnership accommodates applicants with disabilities, where eligible applicants with disabilities can participate in the application process. Please notify us in writing of any special needs at the time of application.

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