IETA International Assignment
International assignments determined to be appropriate for the IETA program will include:
- A scope of work with a clear objective and specific tasks that will be performed;
- An in-country supervisor who will be able to evaluate the assignee's performance; and;
- Clear opportunities for the assignee to develop his/her professional expertise, demonstrate leadership skills, and make tangible contributions toward the success of the international program.
Potential duties in which an IETA participant might be placed:
- Program Management/Administration
- Program Delivery/Implementation
- Health Education/Training
- Health Communication
- Behavioral and Social Science
- Policy, Planning and Analysis
The IETA program, in conjunction with hosting CDC programs and partner organization reserve the right to terminate an assignment if it is felt that the assignee is not fulfilling his/her duties, is not working well with the partners or is in any way damaging to the IETA program.Since the IETA program began in 1996, more than 291 participants have served 12 programs in 34 countries.