The Reproductive Health Medical Assistant(MA) will support the implementation of the IRC`s SRH programs in 3 Integrated Women Centre in the Rohingya Refugee Camp.
The MA will ensure the delivery of high quality sexual and reproductive healthcare services in facilities through the monitoring and mentorship of midwives located in the IWC.
She will be responsible for programmatic, operational, financial, and staffing aspects for the health team, as well as representation with key actors in the field including the Ministry of Health, UN agencies and other NGOs. They will report to the Senior Reproductive Health Manager and will directly supervise Midwife.
Work Location: Ukhiya and Teknaf
Reporting To: Reproductive Health(RH) Manager
Department: Health/ IWC
Expected Start Date: May 01,2019
Contract length: Up to April 30, 2020 (with possibility of Extension subject to funding, program needs and performance of incumbent)
Mentor midwives in the IWC on the following areas of RH:
Counselling and provision of Family Planning
Clinical Care for Sexual Assault Survivors
Syndromic treatment of STIs
ANC and PNC
Provision of basic first aid for intimate partner violence.
Delivery of hygiene promotion, health education and patient/care giver counselling.
Ensure adherence to infection prevention and control measures.
Ensure accurate recording of information in the registers, and timely completion of summary reports.
Ensure clinic areas are appropriately stocked with essential equipment and supplies.
Ensure patient confidentiality is respected, and that all consultations are conducted in a dignified and respectful manner.
Prepare program work plans in coordination with the RH Manager.
Ensure that the health program is implemented in line with the IRC principles: promoting and protecting rights, participation, capacity building, partnership and holistic programming.
Work closely with other IRC programs present in the same location, such as Women's Protection and Empowerment, Integrated Community Case Management, and integrate program components to the extent possible.
Staff Supervision & Development:
Maintain open and professional relations with team members, promoting a strong team spirit and provide guidance to enable staff to successfully perform in their positions.
Provide nursing/medical support and mentorship to other staff, providing on-the-job training where needed.
Support community volunteers to provide health promotion, community mobilization and awareness raising.
Ensure regular inventory and consumption tracking of medical drugs and supplies.
Work with relevant staff to ensure prompt requesting of medical drugs and supplies.
Develop and maintain effective working relationships with local communities, local government agencies and other implementing partners.
Monitoring & Reporting:
Ensure all patient consultations are documented and patient records completed.
Assist and supervise medical staff in maintaining facility registers and other data collection tools, ensuring accurate and timely recording of information.
Assist and supervise medical staff in daily collection, compilation and reporting of data.
Submit daily reports in a timely manner.
Consistently and proactively monitor/assess the safety and security of the team; promptly reporting concerns or incidents to IRC security focal person and liaising with community leaders and other external parties as required to maintain/enhance the security environment for IRC programs.
Qualified Nurse with a Nursing diploma/certificate or Qualified Paramedic with Paramedic diploma/certificate
At least 2 year(s)
Age at least 24 years
Only females are allowed to apply
At least 2 years clinical Paramedic experience in emergency and Maternal and Child Health Care.
Previous experience and training in sexual gender-based violence and clinical care for sexual assault survivors (desirable)
Registered with local Paramedic Council.
Ability to lead, train, supervise and facilitate other medical staff and community health workers in their respective tasks.
Ability and flexibility to understand the cultural and political environment.
Skills to provide sensitive and appropriate medical counselling.
Excellent communication skills.
Must be a team player with excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work under pressure in a stressful environment, displaying patience, compassion and diplomacy.
Ability to be innovative, flexible, adaptive, and willingness to work in challenging situations.
Ability to live in challenging conditions and ability to work under difficult, high pressure situations
People who is familiar with local culture and local dialects will get preference.
Cox's Bazar (Teknaf, Ukhia)
Tk. 45000 (Monthly)
Compensation & Other Benefits
Mobile bill, Medical allowance, Weekly 2 holidays
Two Bonus in a year Equivalent to Two Basic Salary.
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