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STOP: How to Apply for STOP Teams

Recruitment for the STOP 52 Team (with deployment beginning July 2018) will be open 1-31 December 2017. Applications submitted before or after the open application period will not be considered.

STOP Training and Assignments Calendar for 2018

STOP 51 – Kampala, Uganda

Field Epidemiology training dates: January 8-19, 2018
Communication training dates: January 22-25, 2018
Data Management training dates: January 22-26, 2018
Assignment dates: February 1 – June 15, 2018

STOP 52 – Kampala, Uganda

Field Epidemiology training dates: June 4-15, 2018
Communication training dates: June 18-21, 2018
Immunization and Surveillance Data Specialist training dates: June 18-22, 2018
Data Management/Immunization and Surveillance Data Specialist training dates: June 18-22, 2018
Assignment dates: July 9 – December 20, 2018

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Steps to Apply

If you wish to be considered by the STOP Program, please follow the instructions below. Be sure to Download FREE Acrobat Reader DC to fill out PDF:

For STOP Alumni

  1. Please read the instructions for your application process here PDF [38 KB].
  2. Please send the following information to the email address NIPSTOPteam@cdc.gov:
    1. An Alumni Stop Application

For First-time STOP Applicants

  1. Before applying, please read the applicant instructions here PDF [42 KB].
  2. Please send the following information to the email address NIPSTOPteam@cdc.gov:
    1. A completed STOP application form (EN or FR)
    2. An updated English CV in the WHO format (below)
  •  * A completed application and detailed CV are MANDATORY for your application to the STOP Program. If we do not receive both items, your application will not be processed.* Candidates must already possess a passport prior to applying for the STOP Program (valid until June 2019).* If you are unable to open or access the application files, please email NIPSTOPteam@cdc.gov

    STOP Recruitment Steps 

  • Applications are submitted by candidates
  • Candidates application documents are reviewed by STOP Program staff in Atlanta
  • Qualified candidates are contacted by STOP Program staff for a phone interview
  • Candidates who pass the interview phase are nominated to be matched with an open position in a STOP country of assignment
  • Application documents of nominated candidates are sent to the deployment countries, regions and partners for review and final approval
  • Candidates that are successfully matched to a country of assignment are invited to participate in STOP training
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    * Updates on the status of your applications will not be given until the end of STOP 52 recruitment in May 2018. Please do not continue to email NIPSTOPteam@cdc.gov with updates or queries after the application cycle has closed on 31 December 2017, as your emails will be discarded.

* Please note that acceptance to the STOP Program DOES NOT guarantee deployment to the field on a STOP assignment

  • Page last reviewed: April 20, 2017
  • Page last updated: April 20, 2017
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