An International organization invites applications from candidates fulfilling the below requirements.
Roles and Responsibilities:
· Manage all aspects of the Project and develop a detailed implementation and monitoring plan and adapt project to changing context as needed.
· Discuss and agree with project staff and other stakeholders on proposed activities, implementation and monitoring plan, roles and responsibilities of each team member.
· Ensure that grant required activities, indicators and objectives are successfully met within the project timeframe and allocated budget.
· Work with team on timely procurement and delivery of required safe delivery kits and other medical supplies to avoid stock-outs.
· Work with finance, logistics, HR/admin and security to ensure smooth implementation of project activities.
· Work closely with the Reproductive Health (RH) Officer to update project monitoring plans and discuss challenges/solutions.
· Design and conduct surveys and assessment with team to implement project strategy and approach.
· Schedule regular field visits for monitoring and supervision where possible to ensure quality of services, accurate data collection and verify consumption rates of kits and supplies.
· Regularly analyse data in conjunction with RH staff in order to build their skills in tracking reproductive health trends and developing appropriate responses.
· Review MIS tools for any gaps in data collection and reporting.
· Regularly update training schedule and ensure trainings are conducted as proposed to the donor.
· Ensure appropriate treatment of beneficiaries in general, and mainly those requiring clinical RH services within health project and ensure that the system for referral cases is developed and functioning efficiently and with optimal results.
· Link all the project components and ensure integrated implementation of RH and gender base violence (GBV) services.
· Attend coordination meetings and work closely with other partners in RH and GBV ensuring access to the services and to avoiding duplication of efforts.
· Adhere to organization Code of Conduct and internationally accepted humanitarian principles.
· Actively promote PSEA (Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse) standards within organization and amongst beneficiaries served.
· Act in a respectful and culturally sensitive manner towards the community.
Required Experience & Qualifications
· A Medical Doctor & Master’s in Public Health from Government of Pakistan recognized University.
· At least 5 years of experience in international organization in same capacity.
· Previous experience of managing Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) projects will be preferred.
· Technical expertise in areas of monitoring and evaluation, proposal development, assessments, and training.
· Familiarity with international guidelines on MISP.
· Must be able to analyse and interpret data and to track performance against project indicators.
· Will have excellent communications skills, both oral and written.
· Demonstrated creativity, ability to apply innovative thinking and problem solving skills.
· Strong computer skills including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
Candidates who meet the required experience & qualifications for this position will be contacted.
The organization provides equal employment opportunity and value diversity in all areas of operation