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Do you want to contribute your expertise to a global public good and make an impact on health programs in countries around the world? Join the DHIS2 team!

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    About DHIS2: Open-source software as a public good

    DHIS2 is a free and open-source software platform for the collection, management, analysis and use of data. The platform is used by governments of more than 70 countries, as well as international development agencies and NGOs worldwide, to improve access and use of information in the health sector in low- and middle-income countries — supporting control and treatment of diseases like COVID-19, HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis; detection and response to disease outbreaks; and analysis of program impact and resource utilization — as well as in other sectors such as education, sanitation, and more.

    The DHIS2 platform has become a global standard within international development and has a huge impact on the way countries manage their information systems. While our projects have a global reach and scale, the system itself is locally owned: each country or organization using DHIS2 downloads, installs, and customizes the system to meet their needs. Working with the DHIS2 core team means being part of a long-term project to produce, maintain and support open-source software as a global public good. The work you do with us can help improve the lives of millions of people all over the world.

    Who are we: HISP-UiO and DHIS2

    DHIS2 is developed and maintained as a global collaborative project led by the Health Information Systems Programme (HISP) within the Department of Informatics at the University of Oslo (UiO) in Norway. The DHIS2 core team is made up of over 100 staff members representing many nationalities who work with DHIS2 research, software development, implementation and the DHIS2 Academy training program. While many team members are based in Oslo, a significant number also work remotely. In addition to HISP UiO, a network of HISP groups provides direct DHIS2 implementation support and training to countries in their regions, and contributes to the software development process.

    DHIS2 is funded by a network of international donors, including The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad); The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; PEPFAR; The World Health Organization (WHO), The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; UNICEF and GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance. HISP UiO is a World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centre for Innovation and Implementation Research for health information systems strengthening.

    Current job openings

    The DHIS2 platform is growing, and we are recruiting new team members to continue development and support for our platform at the global scale. We are currently accepting applications for the following positions. Please see each listing for information about work responsibilities, qualification requirements, and work location.

    Other opportunities to get involved with DHIS2

    If you are interested in contributing to the DHIS2 project, but do not see a current job opening on our site that is a good fit, you may be able to find additional opportunities in the larger DHIS2 and HISP community:

    • HISP network: The groups in the regional HISP network employ DHIS2 experts in various roles, including implementation support, app development, training, and more. See the webpage of each HISP group for more details.
    • Online community: Join the DHIS2 Community of Practice to connect with other DHIS2 experts and organizations. You can find job postings from NGOs and other organizations — and even advertise your own skills — in the Marketplace section.
    • Developer Portal: DHIS2 is an open-source software project with an emphasis on community involvement and innovation. You can find out more about developing DHIS2 applications and connect with the DHIS2 software team through the DHIS2 Developer Portal.