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Médecins sans frontières hires 01 MIDWIFE MATERNITY MANAGER

Médecins sans frontières hires 01 MIDWIFE MATERNITY MANAGER

DescriptionMSF is one of the largest independent medical humanitarian organizations in the world, with projects located in 65 countries worldwide. MSF’s work is based on the humanitarian principles of medical ethics; the goal of MSF is to provide emergency care to people who are affected by armed conflicts, epidemics and natural or man-made disasters.

MSF is looking for a :

 MIDWIFE MATERNITY MANAGER (M/F)  –  NIGERIA – Jahun project 

CONTEXT

In Jigawa State in Nigeria, maternal mortality remains high at an estimated 1,000 maternal deaths per 100,000 life birth as a result of poor access to healthcare services, high level of illiteracy, poverty (cost of health services can represent around 64.6% per cent of household budgets), socio-cultural practices. Healthcare facilities are inadequate, and in many communities, lacking. Moreover, there is gender disparity in access to education and women constitute the greater proportion of the population living below poverty.

In addition, it is estimated that up to 400,000 Nigerian women live with obstetric fistula, often leading to social exclusion.

MSF is the only project in Jigawa offering free of charge access to obstetric services. Jahun project opened in 2008 and is now one of the biggest obstetric projects within OCP.

Main objectives of the project are:

Reducing maternal and neonatal mortality by providing quality emergency obstetrics and neonatal care

Reducing suffering of VVF patient by provision of free surgical and non-surgical treatments for obstetrics fistula.

Supporting identified Ministry of Health (MoH) primary healthcare facilities to provide quality basic obstetrics services to the target population.

FUNCTIONNAL AND HIERARCHICAL LINKS

In close collaboration with the Project Medical Referent, the Midwife Maternity Manager is responsible for defining, coordinating, monitoring all midwife and maternity related activities in Jahun project, according to MSF policies, protocols and standards in order to provide a high quality Mother and Child Health (MCH) care to the population.

The Midwife Maternity Manager supervises two national Midwife Supervisors and an international Midwife trainer.

S/He works closely with other members of the project: head nurse, medical activity manager, pharmacy manager, logistics manager and financial and HR manager.

S/He reports to the Project Medical Referent and Medical Coordinator at Abuja level. Technical support is also provided by the medical referents from Medical department in Head Quarters (Desk Medical doctor remains informed).

MISSION AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Planning, organizing and ensuring the implementation and supervision, in close collaboration with other medical staff, all Sexual and Reproductive Health activities. Participating in the definition and update of annual project planning and budget.

Managing midwifes and maternity staff of the project. Planning and supervising the associated HR processes (recruitment, training, performance evaluation) in order to improve staff capabilities and to ensure both the sizing and the amount of knowledge required. Supporting national maternity supervisors in their tasks being hands off as much as possible.

Coordinating and monitoring the training program of maternity national staff and MoH staff. Support MSF national staff in delivering training/health education independently to counterparts/community.

Together with the medical team, reinforcing basic principles of good patient care, including but not limited to: universal precautions for infection control, rational drug use, principles of confidentiality and medical ethics.

Collaborating with MoH in management of MoH staff within the department, management of the vaccinators, and roster management of MoH staff with an emphasis on capacity building.

Being responsible for ensuring adherence to MSF/MoH guidelines and protocols within the department (in close collaboration with Project Medical Referent).

Ensuring monitoring of the medical supply for the maternity units (internal requests, biweekly supply for units, training room, etc.).

Ensuring recording, collection and analysis of all data related to reproductive health according to MSF standards and compile monthly activity reports for the department (statistics, narrative, planning) together with national midwives supervisors.

VilleJahun
Expériences / Formation du candidatEducation:

Midwifery recognized qualification essential. Tropical medicine training desirable. 

Experience:

Two years’ experience minimum as a midwife including demonstrated experience managing high risk pregnancies and complicated deliveries are required. Having worked in MSF or other NGOs in developing countries and proven experience in management are compulsory.

Willingness to provide care in line with Médecins Sans Frontières policy and protocols in relation to women’s health, including Termination of Pregnancy policy, is essential.

Knowledge:

Computer literacy (word, excel and internet).

Langues parléesEnglish spoken and written : very good level.
Qualité du candidatPeople Management and Development

Commitment to MSF Principles

Behavioral Flexibility

Results and Quality Orientation

Teamwork and Cooperation

FonctionsAutre, Ressources Humaines
ActivitésSanté
PaysAfrique, Nigeria
ContratCDD
Durée du contratMinimum Length of stay : 6 months
Salaire / IndemnitéSalary status according to the MSF salary grid and your previous experience in international NGOs if any.
Documents à envoyerKindly send your application (resume and motivation letter)  

until the 18 of October 2017 online : http://msf.fr/recrutement/travailler-sur-terrain/offres 

Please note that only selected candidates will be contacted

Postuler en lignehttp://msf.fr/recrutement/travailler-sur-terrain/offres
Date de fin de validité18/10/2017

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