ALIMA recrute 01 Nursing Activity Manager (Paediatrics) H/F

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ALIMA recrute 01 Nursing Activity Manager (Paediatrics) H/F


Kadugli, Sudan
Humanitaire (ONG, Associations, …), Projet/programme de développement

Nursing Activity Manager (Paediatrics) – Kadugli – SUDAN – M/F
ALIMA in SUDAN At the end of March 2021, ALIMA visited Sudan for the first time to develop contacts and gather enough information to set up an ALIMA mission in the country. From April to August, two exploratory missions were conducted by ALIMA: one in Khartoum in May 2021 and one in South Kordofan in August 2021. After supporting the Covid-19 Isolation Center at Omdurman Teaching Hospital between August 2021 and January 2022, ALIMA is starting a project in Al Saab Hospital in Khartoum in February 2022 in order to develop oxygen capacity in the structure. ALIMA has also been running a Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) project in Kadugli in South Kordofan State since December 2021; the activities included conducting SRH and neonatal healthcare services in the maternity ward of Kadugli Teaching Hospital (KTH).  ALIMA will be extending its healthcare services at communities’ level through Primary Health Care (PHC) facilities and mobile clinics.

ALIMA also plans to conduct an assessment in the Red Sea State in 2022.
Level 3:  As part of his/her duties, the incumbent will visit programs and come into contact with children and/or vulnerable adults. Therefore, a criminal record check or a certificate of good character will be required. In situations where a criminal record or character reference is not available, a statement of good character will be required.  
Work Location: ?        Location: Kadugli, South Kordofan, Sudan

?        Project: Improvement of access to maternal and child healthcare
Liner Manager: ?        Project Medical Referent

He/she collaborates with the administration and logistics of the project.
He/she supervises the nurse supervisors of the care units and the rest of the health care team (nurses, midwives, care assistants, matrons, nutritional assistants) and the internal hygienists.
MISSION AND MAIN ACTIVITIES The nursing activity manager (NAM) is responsible for defining, coordinating, and monitoring all paediatric healthcare activities in a project area with particular focus on Paediatric ward in Kadugli Teaching Hospital (KTH), according to ALIMA and Sudanese national policies, protocols and standards in order to provide a high-quality Child Health care to the population:
?            Ensure that the ALIMA data collection tools (patient management and reporting tools) are correctly used in the project;

?            Plan, organize and ensure the implementation of the project’s paediatric care activities, in close collaboration with other medical staff;
?            Participate in the definition and update of annual project planning and budget, this will include any emergency activity or exploratory activity        in  or out of the project area;
?            Promptly inform project medical referent or ward medical doctor about any serious problem or complication arising during work period (i.e.,   worsening of state of patients, problems with medicines, breach in confidentiality, etc.);
?            In collaboration with the medical officials (doctors and nurses), organize prompt referral and counter-referral of patients thereby ensuring completeness of quality health service care;
?            In collaboration with the SRH Activity Manager and/or senior staff of maternity ward, ensure that newborns are vaccinated and optimal care given, and where necessary transfer between the two units is effectively done;
?            In collaboration with MoH Paediatric ward in-charge, monitor and supervise the paediatric nursing staff to ensure that the implementation of protocols and guidelines are strictly followed; analyse knowledge and skills gaps and implement appropriate action to address these gaps;
?            In collaboration with the Paediatric IPC focal point (if any), analyse the IPC gaps in the paediatric ward and then organize appropriate actions to resolve the gaps;
?             Assist regularly the Paediatric In charge in ordering the need of drugs and other supplies from the Hospital supported pharmacy to the ward  at  weekly or monthly basis;
?            Monitor and supervise the rational use of pharmaceuticals and medical supplies including their proper distribution, consumption tracking,   inventory and comprehensive timely reporting. Also participate in medical order both nationally and internationally;
?            Regularly conduct inspection of equipment and promptly communicate to the Project Medical Referent for bio-medical services;
?            Ensure regular data management with the paediatric ward, promptly submit monthly (otherwise, as needed) which can be used to facilitate the  project decision-making processes;
?            Participate in ALIMA facilitated rapid response mechanism (RRM) training, and will be part of the response team (where necessary) in the  event of crisis (outbreaks and displacement);
?            Perform any other tasks that could be asked of by the line managers;
?             Assist the Pediatric In charge in supervising the appropriate use of medical devices” par “Regularly conduct inspection of equipment and promptly communicate to the ALIMA Project Medical Referent for support.
At the request of his/her hierarchy, he/she may be required to perform tasks not listed in this job profile.
Implementation of prevention measures against abuse of power, gender-based and sexual violence’s: ?        Participates in training and awareness-raising session;
?        Implements abuse prevention standards;
?        Ensures that team members follow training and awareness sessions and apply abuse prevention rules;
?        Contributes to creating and maintaining a nurturing and protective environment.
At the request of his/her hierarchy, he/she may be required to perform tasks not listed in this job profile.
Experience and skills
EDUCATION ?            Essential nursing diploma  for general or specialized health      services (Bachelor in science of Nursing Desirable);

?            Specialization or training in tropical medicine would be an      asset.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE ?            2 years’ experience in a similar position  with a medical  INGO;

?            Having worked in ALIMA or other NGO’s and in developing    countries is desirable;
?            A good command of oral and written English is essential;
?            French is an asset;
?            Arabic is an asset
OTHER QUALITIES ?            Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, good judgement and a high level of respect for confidentiality;

?            Highly effective organizational and multitasking skills;
?            Team management and good mastery of teamwork;
?            Flexibility and adaptation;
?            Can work under stress;
?            Autonomous.
Conditions ?  Contract term: contract under French law, 3 months,   renewable; 
?            Desired start date: as soon as possible; 
?            Salary:  Depending on experience;
?            ALIMA pays for:
–          Travel costs between the expatriate’s country of  origin and the mission location;
–          Accommodation costs;
–          Medical cover from the first day of the contract to  a month after the date of departure from the mission country for the employee;
–            Evacuation of the employee.
HOW TO APPLY? Documents to be sent: Please submit your application online (CV & Cover Letter in PDF) on our job vacancies  website before March 3rd, 2022

Female applications are strongly encouraged. We process applications as they are received. If an application matches our search, the offer can therefore be closed early.
 Important remarks ?            Only successful applicants will be called for interview.

?            No monetary transactions, neither demands of favours in kind, nor other types of favouritism will be tolerated in the recruitment process. POSTULER