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- Directly supervise and technically supports work of Emergency Medical officer, Clinic Teams or/and MMUs.
- Ensure smooth working relations between Emergency Medical officer and health teams in the clinics or/and MMUs.
- Inform in timely manner Emergency Medical officer on program situation development, program changes, needs, arises issues and tendencies inside the part of the health program designated for his supervision in the field.
- Act as focal point for the training and other capacity building activities in the part of the health program assigned for his/her supervision.
- Act as focal point between clinic teams and/or MMUs for requesting assessments; follow up on reporting issues, etc.
- Insure timely reporting on medical and other issues from the designated health field and assisting Emergency Medical officer in organizing collection of relevant data and other health information.
- Act as focal point for supported facilities to contact on HR, supplies, security, etc.
- Liaise with health facility team leaders to follow up on staffing changes and documentation required for HR processes (including documentation, IDs, photographs required for BI check, etc.)
- Assisting Emergency Medical officer with existing database to keep track of logistic and HR issues for program team Receive suggestions for medical PRs-GIOs and other logistic documents from the field and transfer information to Emergency Medical officer for further processing by the authorized persons.
- Assist Emergency Medical officer in preparing updated database of all incentive staff for all IMC supported facilities
- Inform Emergency Medical officer on staff changes, contracts and staffing lists for payroll purposes
- Attend meetings with various humanitarian actors as requested by the Emergency Medical officer and/or Emergency Health Coordinator.
- Assist in arranging meetings and training by arranging venues, stationery, etc. as requested by the Emergency Medical officer and Emergency Health Coordinator.
- Adhere to IMC Code of Conduct and internationally accepted humanitarian principles
- Follow all IMC rules and regulation including security clearances before travel
- Any other tasks as requested by the Emergency Medical officer or other designated person
Qualifications & Preferred Skills
- Medical degree – with knowledge of Emergency Medicine
- Resilient leader, able to inspire confidence in local and expat staff in stressful situations
- Innovative and adaptable to the limitations of a field hospital
- Preferable: previous surgical experience in a developing country
- Experience in obstetric care preferred but not required
- Ready to work in Hard to reach areas.