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WHO Code Specialist

WHO Code Specialist

Jakarta, ID

Jakarta, ID

Nestlé Nutrition, a global company in the Nestlé Group, helps to enhance peoples’ lives through science-based nutrition products and services for consumer groups with specific nutritional needs. Our brands include Nestlé and Gerber maternal and infant nutrition, PowerBar and Musashi performance nutrition and Jenny Craig weight management.

Position Snapshot

Location: Indonesia
Company: Nestlé Indonesia
Temporary Employment

Position Summary

As a World Health Organization you will ensure that all employee of Nestlé Indonesia know and adhere to the objectives of the World Health Organization and its implementing regulations in Indonesia related to Marketing of Breast Milk Substitute and Nestlé Policy and instructions for implementation of the World Health Organization International Code of Marketing Breast Milk substitute.

 

A day in the life of...

• Train and educated all employees know  Nestlé Indonesia know and adhere to the objective of World Health Organization Code and its implementing regulations in Indonesia related to Marketing of Breast Milk Substitute and Nestlé Policy and Instructions for Implementation of the World Health Organization International Code of Marketing of Breast Milk Substitute 
• All Nestle Indonesia employees, Distributor (through Sales Department) and Agencies (with Marketing), know and are updated about the Codes and any amendments made to them through:
 1. Introductory training for all new employees
 2. Refresher courses for others, at least once a year for employees involved in the marketing, promotion, and sales of infant formula products    
• Ensure managers receive trusted guidance and support on relevant World Health Organization matters, along the value chain. Identify expertise and good practices from inside and outside Nestlé and communicate them internally (both within the Market and beyond)
• All relevant files must be complete and updated, such as:
 1) Attendance sheet and post training statements from all participants
 2) World Health Organization Code violation reports
 3) Others  
• Code related complaints and allegations from internal and external stakeholders have been investigated and responded to as timely as practicably possible in the actual context, and records of the allegations, relevant responses and corrective action taken have been kept 
• Update World Health Organization Code Management System (Policy and Principles and procedure) when needed or if there are any revisions of World Health Organization Code and/or Indonesian laws and regulation
 

What will make you successful

• Minimum 3-5 years large scale health program management and nutrition experience
• 2-3 years as Medical Field Force
• Strong presentation skills both to small and large groups
• Have contacts with in health care professional, health care facilities, health education institutions, health profession organization
 

Nestlé is 308,000 people strong and are driven by the purpose of enhancing the quality of life and contributing to a healthier future. With more than 91.4 billion CHF in 2018, we have an expansive presence with 413 factories in more than 85 countries. We believe our people are our most important asset, so we'll offer you a dynamic international working environment with constant opportunities for development. Want to learn more? Visit us at www.nestle.com.

Nestlé Nutrition, a global company in the Nestlé Group, helps to enhance peoples’ lives through science-based nutrition products and services for consumer groups with specific nutritional needs. Our brands include Nestlé and Gerber maternal and infant nutrition, PowerBar and Musashi performance nutrition and Jenny Craig weight management.

Position Snapshot

Location: Indonesia
Company: Nestlé Indonesia
Temporary Employment

Position Summary

As a World Health Organization you will ensure that all employee of Nestlé Indonesia know and adhere to the objectives of the World Health Organization and its implementing regulations in Indonesia related to Marketing of Breast Milk Substitute and Nestlé Policy and instructions for implementation of the World Health Organization International Code of Marketing Breast Milk substitute.

 

A day in the life of...

• Train and educated all employees know  Nestlé Indonesia know and adhere to the objective of World Health Organization Code and its implementing regulations in Indonesia related to Marketing of Breast Milk Substitute and Nestlé Policy and Instructions for Implementation of the World Health Organization International Code of Marketing of Breast Milk Substitute 
• All Nestle Indonesia employees, Distributor (through Sales Department) and Agencies (with Marketing), know and are updated about the Codes and any amendments made to them through:
 1. Introductory training for all new employees
 2. Refresher courses for others, at least once a year for employees involved in the marketing, promotion, and sales of infant formula products    
• Ensure managers receive trusted guidance and support on relevant World Health Organization matters, along the value chain. Identify expertise and good practices from inside and outside Nestlé and communicate them internally (both within the Market and beyond)
• All relevant files must be complete and updated, such as:
 1) Attendance sheet and post training statements from all participants
 2) World Health Organization Code violation reports
 3) Others  
• Code related complaints and allegations from internal and external stakeholders have been investigated and responded to as timely as practicably possible in the actual context, and records of the allegations, relevant responses and corrective action taken have been kept 
• Update World Health Organization Code Management System (Policy and Principles and procedure) when needed or if there are any revisions of World Health Organization Code and/or Indonesian laws and regulation
 

What will make you successful

• Minimum 3-5 years large scale health program management and nutrition experience
• 2-3 years as Medical Field Force
• Strong presentation skills both to small and large groups
• Have contacts with in health care professional, health care facilities, health education institutions, health profession organization
 

Nestlé is 308,000 people strong and are driven by the purpose of enhancing the quality of life and contributing to a healthier future. With more than 91.4 billion CHF in 2018, we have an expansive presence with 413 factories in more than 85 countries. We believe our people are our most important asset, so we'll offer you a dynamic international working environment with constant opportunities for development. Want to learn more? Visit us at www.nestle.com.

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