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International Committee of the Red Cross
Posted On 16 December 2011
Job Description The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is an impartial, neutral and independent organisation with the exclusively humanitarian mission to protect the lives and dignity of victims of war and internal violence and to provide them with assistance.

It also endeavours to prevent suffering by promoting and strengthening International Humanitarian Law and universal humanitarian principles.

The ICRC’s Somalia Delegation in Nairobi implements the institution’s humanitarian activities in Somalia.

Medical Field Officer (Hospital)

This position is a full time position starting immediately.

The ICRC Somalia Delegation in Nairobi is seeking for an experienced and highly motivated person to fill the above mentioned position.

Job Profile:

The Medical Field Officer (Hospital) forms part of the team working under the supervision of the Health program coordinator.

The incumbent will be responsible to provide advice, as well as to support the Delegation’s strategies on diverse issues related to the implementation and monitoring of hospital projects in Somalia.

These duties require an in-depth knowledge of emergency room and surgical care as well as the social, political and economic context of Somalia.

Responsibilities:

He / she will be based in Somalia and work within the frame of the health department’s approaches and of the wider delegation strategy for Somalia; he / she will do regular reporting visit to the Delegation in Nairobi;
He / she will work in close collaboration with the general ICRC Field Officers based in the different regions of Somalia as well as with the staff of the Somali Red Crescent;
He / she will contribute to the collection and analysis of data gathered in the field;
He / she will assist the hospital delegate and will report upon the issues assigned by the Department;
He / she will contribute to the assessments, design, implementation and monitoring of the hospital-programs;
He / she will contribute to the Delegation internal reporting.
  
Educational Requirements MD or Surgeon qualification with a sound knowledge of hospital care programs with a strong focus on trauma management
At least 2 years of work experience in a similar field; former experience with humanitarian organizations required
Significant knowledge of public health assessment methodologies, including design, implementation, analysis and reporting
Fluent Somali speaker with excellent knowledge of English
Excellent presentation and communication skills
Good computer skills
Good knowledge of geographically assigned environment

Other requirements:

Good organizational and analytical skills
Good interpersonal, reporting and writing skills
Ability to work independently and in a team
Flexibility and willingness to travel extensively in Somalia and to spend long periods in the field
Experience Requirements N/A
Additional Requirements Interested persons with the required background and experience are invited to submit their application to the Head of Administration Department of Somalia Delegation on the below address before 07th January 2012.

Please include detailed curriculum vitae, current and expected remuneration and contact details of three referees.

Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.
Salary Range Negotiable to Based on Experience
Other Benefits N/A
Job Location Nairobi, Kenya
Last date for applying 07 January 2012
Post your resume to International Committee of the Red Cross, Nairobi Regional Delegation, Denis Pritt Road, P.O.Box 73226, Nairobi, 00200, Kenya
Email your resume to Somalia.sok@icrc.org


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