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Do you want to contribute your expertise to a global public good and make an impact in many countries around the world?

DHIS2 is a free and open source software platform for the collection, management, analysis and use of data and information. The platform, used by governments, international development agencies and NGOs in 72 countries worldwide. The system is used to improve access and use of information in the health sector and beyond, including education, sanitation, nutrition, disaster relief and other domains. The DHIS2 platform has become a global standard within international development and has a huge impact on the way developing countries are managing their information systems. Our financial supporters include: The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, Norad, PEPFAR, World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, UNICEF and GAVI. Our projects have a global reach and scale, such as to:

  • Collect and analyze data and information at the national, district and community levels in more than 70 countries worldwide.
  • Notify the right people about possible disease outbreaks to take timely action. - Disease surveillance and monitoring with the CDC.
  • Collect data and provide analytics and insights into how to most effectively use funding - HIV/AIDS control in collaboration with PEPFAR, the largest initiative ever for combating a single disease.
  • Analyze program impact, improve planning and guide resource utilization – Over 70 NGOs, e.g. Doctors Without Borders and Save the Children.

Housed in the Department of Informatics at the University of Oslo, the DHIS2 team is made up of over 40 core staff members representing many nationalities who work with the DHIS2 software, DHIS2 implementation and DHIS2 Academies. The University of Oslo is a World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Innovation and Implementation Research for health information systems strengthening.

Job openings

We have ongoing recruitment for DHIS2 staff to continue development and support use of a platform used to improve health care at a global scale. You will work directly with end-users in order to understand how DHIS2 can be adapted for specific needs and implemented. We encourage our staff to engage directly with various DHIS2 projects, take part in the design process and get feedback from users in the field. We prefer candidates to work out of the Oslo office but remote work can be discussed. We are currently accepting applications for the following positions:

Developer Advocate

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DevOps Engineer

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Front-End Software Engineer

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Backend Software Engineer

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