As a Medical Team Leader, you will participate in defining, planning and monitoring medical activities and programs in the field in accordance with MSF protocols as well as coordinating human and materials related resources that are needed in the project.
You will monitor and improve medical activities according to the MSF project plans, standards and protocols. More specifically, you will be responsible for medical data collection, analysis and reporting to the Medical Coordinator who is located in the country's capital. You will participate in the development of the project policy, annual plan, project proposal, budget review and providing project reports to donors, while maintaining close connections with them as well. You will participate in exploratory missions, situation assessments and then use that information to define medical operational priorities when needed. This includes monitoring and ensuring compliance to MSF protocols while providing technical medical support to personnel through your medical knowledge. You will also coordinate, supervise, coach and support medical team members in order to improve the project's medical components. This includes human resources work, supervising field pharmacy and medical equipment, managing medical evacuations, and assisting the Medical Coordinator.
- A medical or paramedical degree, with at least 2 years of related work experience
- Experience in tropical medicine and/or public health, including areas such as infectious diseases, refugee healthcare, mother and child care and/or disaster medicine
- Experience working with MSF or a non-governmental organization working in unstable or conflict areas
- Experience dealing with national authorities and donors
- Computer literacy is required (Word, Excel, internet)
- Excellent negotiation and communication skills
- Flexible, with the ability to organise and prioritise
- Experience in training, coaching and supervision of staff
- A good command of the English language (minimum C1)
- Availability of at least 12 months
- French or/and Arabic speaking
- Recent clinical experience is preferred but not required (in combination with a current and valid license)
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