Ended DDG Project Officer –  Humanitarian Mine Action -Field Medic (2)

The Job

Job title: DDG Project Officer –  Humanitarian Mine Action -Field Medic (2 position)

Employment category: Band H

Reporting to: DDG Technical Field Manager

Direct reports: N/A

Unit/department: DDG

Location:  Mokha, with daily travel for field locations (currently Taiz and Hodeida governorates)

Authorization level: as per country scheme

Overall purpose of the role:

DDG Field Medic provides on-site medical support to humanitarian mine action activities, support capacity building and health/medical related trainings, as well as logistical and administrative support related to availability and purchase of medical supplies and equipment. The Field Medic is also responsible to ensure all DDG activities in the field are conducted in line with DDG SOPs. S/he will report to DDG Technical Field Manager.

Responsibilities: (in bullet points)

Duties and responsibilities in general

EOD medic is required to use a hand-held radio or other communications system (cell phone) to monitor the progress demining operations and maintaining a link with the DDG TFM and Team Leaders.

Provision/access to medical services

  • In the event of an incident/accident requiring medical support the medic shall provide the necessary support to stabilise any patients until such time as MEDEVAC / CASEVAC resources are available or deliver the casualty to the nearest suitable medical facility
  • EOD medic is required to conduct medical reconnaissance on areas to be worked in prior to team deployment so as to establish task site casevac routes and casualty transport times. (for NTS, MRE and EOD teams);
  • Conducts surveys of hospitals and medical facilities that may be used by DDG and identifies their usability in line with the DDG Medical SOP.
  • EOD medic shall maintain correct details of the location - and contact details for all relevant local medical facilities.
  • Liaison with mine action, healthcare, local authorities and any other relevant organisations operating in country with regard to medical issues.

Training and capacity building

  • EOD medic is to conduct periodical refresher/continuation medical training for all project staff.

Equipment management and admin tasks

  • EOD medic is to provide general support in respect of DDG operations in theatre, including but not limited to ensuring all first aid and trauma kits are fully equipped according to SOPs, that teams are regularly briefed and familiar with medical SOPs, to provide technical advice for the purchase of medical equipment, etc.
  • Check medical equipment daily and report any damage to TFM
  • Prior to deployment, ensures that sufficient and appropriate medical supplies are available at operational locations.
  • Responsible for the maintenance of an effective stock control system for medical stores, including the security of controlled drugs.
  • In consultation with other managers, order items for replenishing medical store.
  • Conduct other duties as directed by the TA and/or OM.
  • Maintains a folder containing the following information and documentation:
  1. Blank Patient Report Forms
  2. Record of all assessment, examination and treatment of DDG staff
  3. Individual training record

Experience and technical competencies: (include years of experience)

QUALIFICATION & EXPERIENCE

Essential Qualifications:

  • Relevant and proven emergency room ambulatory experience in trauma situations
  • Excellent command of English (both written and oral) including knowledge of medical terminology.
  • Able to communicate effectively with receiving hospitals and physicians.
  • Knowledge of the areas of operations and medical facilities and services available
  • Computer literate with good understanding and practical ability using Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Works under pressure to strict deadlines with excellent timekeeping essential.
  • Be prepared to work long hours to ensure adequate medical cover is maintained in support of operations.
  • Prior experience in delivering training an advantage but not essential.
  • Organized and able to work with methodological approach

Education: (include certificates, licenses etc.)

  • Nationally recognized medical qualifications

Languages: (indicate fluency level)

  • English – fluent – verbal and written
  • Arabic – Fluent – verbal and written

Key stakeholders: (internal and external)

  • EOD Teams
  • DDG TFM and TA
  • MRE/NTS officers teams
  • Medical, health facilities and practitioners
  • Local authorities and security agencies
  • Other INGOs
  • YEMAC

Core
competencies

Basic

Advanced

Expert

Striving for excellence

Collaborating

Taking the lead

Communicating

Demonstrating integrity

Find the definition of DRC’s Core competencies here

¨Basic: I master the essentials, but may at times need help from others

¨Advanced: I can work independently at full professional level.

¨Expert: I am the go-to person when others need help.

How to Apply

CVs of qualified candidates are invited at the below link by the 18th October 2019. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis, and based on urgency, DRC may fill the position prior to the closing date. Please name your CV before uploading the file. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Qualified women candidates are encouraged to apply. This role is open for National Candidates only.  

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