FHI360 Health Regulation and Licensing Officer in Phnon Penh, Cambodia

The Health Regulation and Licensing Officer will work under supervision of the Chief of Party to plan and coordinate for licensing of health facilities and health professionals.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Work with the RGC and professional councils to develop and enforce regulations, laws,

    and policies for licensing and accreditation of public and private health professionals and

    facilities

  • Develop and implement pilots for monitoring the quality of services tied to licensing health providers (public and private), and scale up based on recommendations

  • Develop systems for professional councils and MOH to monitor registration and licensing requirements

  • Assist professional councils and MOH to implement improved regulations, licensing, and accreditation systems for both the public and private health sectors

  • Build capacities of health care professionals / health associations to comply with the national quality standards and regulatory requirements

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in in Health Sciences, Health Systems Strengthening, Development Studies, Development Management, or related field.

  • Minimum seven (7) years of relevant experience in international/regional health professional regulatory work, including legal systems/procedures related to regulations, licensing, and accreditation

  • Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills and experience working with stakeholders including government departments.

  • Excellent written and oral presentation skills in English; knowledge of Khmer is a plus.

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