Job Title: Technical Support and Clinical Trainer
Based Office: Mawlamyine, Mon State
Program: MNHC –Integration of Private Medics into the Mon State Health System
Travel Needs: MNHC clinics, training centers and organizational meetings in Myanmar and Thailand as necessary
Technical support and clinical trainer will be responsible for implementation of MNHC training programs, monitoring and evaluation activities and provide technical support to MNHC in health strategy, planning and implementation.
Rahmonnya Peace Foundation (RPF) is based in Moulmein and represents three main areas of activities: Relief, Education and Health for people living in Mon state. Another main role RPF serves is to coordinate and cooperate with funders within Burma and outside Burma. The Mon National Health Committee (MNHC) is one of RPF’s main partners. MNHC is responsible for initiating and implementing health programs in Mon State.
The Mon National Health Committee is a non-profit health organization founded in 1992. MNHC serves communities along the Thai-Burma border, deeper inside of Mon state and some areas of Karen States and Tenassarim Division.
MNHC is the main provider of primary health care to internally displaced persons (IDPs) living along the Thai-Burma border in Mon State
• Take an important role in provision of technical support to MNHC in health strategy and health planning, health care delivery and monitoring activities.
• Implement required theoretical and practical trainings to health workers (MNHC medics and private medics) and identify areas for improvement of trainings.
• Provide in service trainings to supervisors and clinic staffs as needed.
• Supervise and technically support MNHC training team.
• Prepare all necessary training aid materials in time.
• Help in curriculum standardization process by collaborating with Partner health organization.
• Undertake medical log book and record reviews for MNHC and analyze log book review results, provide feedback and plan training for MNHC as needed.
• Lead MNHC M & E team and technically support the team.
• Arrange technical monitoring visits to MNHC as needed.
• Technically oversee M & E team in implementation of laboratory quality control and pharmacy management.
• Assist Deputy Director in proposal and report writing of MNHC as necessary.
• Provide verbal and written report to Deputy Director of MNHC as required and technically assisting him/her.
• Maintain good relationship with partner, local or international organizations, other program sectors and the target community.
• Advocate MNHC activities and help MNHC find external technical and financial support from partner organizations.
• Present MNHC positively in any necessary intra and inter organizational meeting or work of MNHC.
• At times assist MNHC general activities.
• Medical degree (MD or MBBS) and Master Degree in relevant discipline would be advantage.
• At least 2 years of experience in the field of migrant and/or displaced people health sector.
• Experience in teaching/training medics and health workers working in resource poor setting would be high advantage.
• Languages: Fluency in both written and spoken English is required; other local language especially Mon is preferable
• Computer skill: Microsoft word, excel and power point
• Training, supervision, and facilitation skills
• Flexibility and adaptability in work situation
• Willingness to travel
• Understanding the situation along the Thai-Burma border
How to apply
Please submit a cover letter with your most recent CV (fill in attached CV format). Please scan your medical degree, proof of registration as a medical doctor in your country and other relevant documents. These should all be submitted to the Mon National Health Committee at: email@example.com
All applications will be treated confidentially but not returned. The MNHC considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, nationality, origin, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, age or marital status. The MNHC is an equal opportunity employer.
Deadline of the application period is 23rd June 2013. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.