Assistant Project Coordinator

ALIMA, Central African Republic

Skill Required:, Education ManagementProject/ Programme Management
Preferred Experience: 
5 years
Closing Date for Applications: 
11th May, 2020


Job Description

ALIMA in CAR 2019/2020

ALIMA has been present in CAR since 2013. Its main activities are focused on screening and medico-nutritional management of children, reproductive health, primary and secondary health care and response to epidemics. Five projects are currently being implemented, including 4 projects for early recovery of the health system in the health districts of Bimbo, Boda and Haut-Mbomou in Zémio and Obo financed by the Bêkou Fund, an RRM project mainly in the Nana-Gribizi prefecture funded by ECHO since April 2018 with an operational component of the Mbrès health area. In December 2013, ALIMA provided medical support in 3 IDP sites on the outskirts of Bangui and then implemented a free primary health care package in 5 CDSs in the DS of Bimbo and Bangui. The healthcare offer was widened to 13 CDS in Bimbo in 2018. The project aims to strengthen the capacities of the Health District with a view to full empowerment. ALIMA's second intervention began in the DS of Boda in June 2014, a city that faced violent community clashes. ALIMA has enabled the reopening of the Boda hospital and the Boboua CDS (Mbaïki DS). Today, the project covers the hospital and 9 FOSA to ensure the empowerment and the resilience of the local health system and the community. Since April 2018, ALIMA has worked in the DS of Kémo and Nana-Gribizi as part of the RRM. The project includes humanitarian monitoring and needs analysis after a shock and has made it possible to carry out 8 needs assessment missions for displaced populations in order to meet their needs. In addition, ALIMA has started to support the hospital in Mbrès, particularly the Maternity and Pediatrics departments, the stabilization of trauma cases and other emergencies. Since April 2019, action at the Nana-Gribizi level has had two components: an RRM response strategy to humanitarian shock and in the event of an epidemic, and a second component in support of the FOSA of AS de Mbrès. Finally, since August 2019, ALIMA began its intervention in Haut Mbomou in Obo and Zémio, funded by the CHF and Bêkou fund. The intervention responds to a desire to ensure the functioning and access to quality health services with the aim of strengthening the national health system and local health actors. stabilization of trauma and other emergencies. Since April 2019, action at the Nana-Gribizi level has had two components: an RRM response strategy to humanitarian shock and in the event of an epidemic, and a second component in support of the FOSA of AS de Mbrès. Finally, since August 2019, ALIMA began its intervention in Haut Mbomou in Obo and Zémio, funded by the CHF and Bêkou fund. The intervention responds to a desire to ensure the functioning and access to quality health services with the aim of strengthening the national health system and local health actors. stabilization of trauma and other emergencies. Since April 2019, action at the Nana-Gribizi level has had two components: an RRM response strategy to humanitarian shock and in the event of an epidemic, and a second component in support of the FOSA of AS de Mbrès. Finally, since August 2019, ALIMA began its intervention in Haut Mbomou in Obo and Zémio, funded by the CHF and Bêkou fund. The intervention responds to a desire to ensure the functioning and access to quality health services with the aim of strengthening the national health system and local health actors. ALIMA started its intervention in Haut Mbomou in Obo and Zémio, financed by the CHF and Bêkou fund. The intervention responds to a desire to ensure the functioning and access to quality health services with the aim of strengthening the national health system and local health actors. ALIMA started its intervention in Haut Mbomou in Obo and Zémio, financed by the CHF and Bêkou fund. The intervention responds to a desire to ensure the functioning and access to quality health services with the aim of strengthening the national health system and local health actors.

POSITION : XOBO  CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC 

FUNCTIONAL AND HIERARCHICAL LINKS

  •  Hierarchical link: reports to the Project Coordinator
  •  Functional link: collaborates with the coordination (medical, logistics and finance / Human Resources) and partners
  •  Supervise the project team on the delegation of the Project Coordinator.

MAIN MISSION

The Deputy Project Coordinator is the guarantor of security throughout his intervention area. He is responsible for supervising the teams, monitoring indicators, and communicating with government and non-government actors in relation to the project in the intervention area.

MAIN ACTIVITIES

  •  Definition and monitoring of the project
  •  Identification of the health needs of the populations.
  •  Analysis of the context (environment, actors, security, access negotiations, etc.) and humanitarian issues.
  •  Assessment of risks and constraints, and adaptation of the action plan in case of new elements not foreseen after consultation with the country coordination.
  •  Supervision of the implementation of a data collection and epidemiological surveillance system (in agreement with the medical coordinator) and of its development according to needs.
  •  Control of the continuation of the established timetable and of the objectives set.
  •  Evaluations of the project objectives and their financial, human, logistical implementation, etc.).
  •  Elaboration of the budget.
  •  Relevance and preparation of regular reports for project coordination
  •  Organization of the memory of the project by keeping a written record on its evolution.
  •  Team management
  •  Individual monitoring of each team member: coaching, coaching, support, advice and evaluation.
  •  Identification of training for its teams.
  •  Produces the POPs (performance objectives plan) of the team members under his direct responsibility and ensures that they guarantee the POPs for their teams.
  •  End of mission evaluation of the members of his team and submission to the country representative.
  •  Prevention and resolution of conflicts within its team.
  •  He ensures that the constraints related to safety and health are understood by all.
  •  Planning and leading working meetings with the team and partners: project progress, security, team meetings.
  •  Transmission to the teams of information and directives given by the coordination and / or the ALIMA headquarters.
  •  Planning replacements for project staff.
  •  Drafting of job profiles.
  •  Participation in the composition of the teams.
  •  Responsible for welcoming and briefing new expatriate ALIMA arrivals.
  •  Management of material and financial resources
  •  Supervision of the proper use of the resources made available by ALIMA for the realization of the project, of all orders (medical and logistical) and of the purchases of the project.
  •  Monthly monitoring of the state of expenditure and commitments of the project and analysis of financial data with the administrator of the mission.
  •  Ensure compliance with standards in the administrative management of the project.

Team security

  •  He is responsible for the safety of the employees on the project.
  •  Assessment of risks and threats related to the implementation of activities.
  •  Centralization of information, verification of consistency and, synthesis in order to facilitate decision-making.
  •  Ensures compliance with project security rules and that they are known and applied.
  •  Information to the country coordination of individual or collective behavior in contradiction with safety rules.
  •  Immediate reporting to the country coordination of any security incident or threat that may have an impact on the security of ALIMA staff and / or property.
  •  The list of tasks is not exhaustive. The Project Coordinator could be called upon to exercise other tasks according to the needs of the project

EXPERIENCES AND SKILLS

Training

  •  A medical or paramedical qualification or experience in managing medical projects

Experience

  •  Experience of at least 2 years in an equivalent position in International NGO.
  •  Previous experience in degraded security contexts.
  •  Previous experience in multicultural team management.
  •  Knowledge of the country would be an asset.

Technical skills

  •  Ability to analyze context, understand medical issues.
  •  Animation and motivation of teams.
  •  Organization of roles and delegation of tasks within a team.
  •  Establishment of networks.
  •  Autonomy.
  •  Sense of responsibility.
  •  Ability to take initiative and make decisions.
  •  Good stress management.
  •  Flexibility.
  •  Easy communication.

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