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10.04.2018

Staff Doctor (part-time)

International Committee of the Red Cross
Негосударственные организации / NGO

    The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is an impartial, neutral and independent organization whose exclusively humanitarian mission is to protect the lives and dignity of victims of armed conflict and other situations of violence and to provide them with assistance.

     

     

    The ICRC is mandated to work in countries affected by armed conflict or other situations of violence. The ICRC is present in over 80 countries and has some 13,000 field staff.

     

     

    In 2014, the ICRC expanded its presence to Ukraine. There are more than 300 ICRC staff working in Kyiv, Sloviansk, Severodonetsk, Mariupol, Donetsk, Luhansk and Odesa.

     

     

    ICRC is Equal Opportunity Employer giving highest priority to staff safety and security.

     

     

    For more information, visit website: http://www.icrc.org/

     

     

    STAFF DOCTOR (Staff Health Officer)

    (part-time occupancy, 50%)

     

    Based in Kyiv

     

     

    AIM OF THE POSITION

     

    ICRC Staff Doctor (Staff Health Officer 1) is the focal point for all matters relating to the health of ICRC staff in the delegation. In line with ICRC staff health strategy and in collaboration with medical personnel on the spot, s/he promotes and maintains the physical and mental health of ICRC staff. S/He implements the staff health strategy in seven identified domains: 1. Staff health policy; 2. Prevention; 3. Health care and medical emergencies; 4. Stress management and crisis situations; 5. Health insurances; 6. Management of medical information; 7. Monitoring, assessment and feedback.

     

    CORE RESPONSIBILITIES

     

    • Carries out health briefings for all new ICRC staff;
    • Evaluates the medical structures available and quality of services provided; identifies and monitors services for the referral and treatment of ICRC staff;
    • Advices and supports ICRC staff with health problems;
    • Provides advice on the medical needs of ICRC staff during transportation and coordinates medical evacuations from the field to the capital. Liaises with the Staff Health Centre of Expertise (RH_COE_SAN) at ICRC headquarters (Geneva, Switzerland) and coordinates at local level in case of the repatriation of personnel out of the country;
    • Compiles guidelines and procedures to be followed during the medical evacuation of personnel from the field or out of the country;
    • Implements and supervises staff health policies related to post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) of HIV, Hepatitis B and C;
    • Implements and follows up on ICRC stress policy;
    • Collects accurate and reliable data on illnesses, accidents and absenteeism, with a view to providing statistics on illnesses and the medical risks taken by all staff;
    • Reviews medical invoices for anonymization and approval of medical expenses;
    • Reports to delegation management and provides feedback and recommendations on issues related to the staff's health;
    • Carries out defusing and creates peer support groups following critical incidents in the field; follows up if further intervention is required;
    • Internally, interacts within the delegation and with RH_COE_SAN at headquarters. At regional level, interacts with the Staff Health Manager;
    • Externally, maintains working relations with clinics/hospitals regarding staff health;
    • Produces written reports, interprets medical documents from Russian/Ukrainian into English, interprets while escorting foreign colleagues to medical facilities in Ukraine.

     

     

    The tasks and responsibilities defined above are not exhaustive and can evolve depending on organizational needs.

     

     

    POSITION REQUIREMENTS

     

    Education and professional qualifications

     

    • Medical University, with completed post-graduate studies with a certificate allowing to practice in Ukraine;
    • fluency in Ukrainian and Russian;
    • very good command of English (both written and spoken);
    • minimum 2 years of experience as a family doctor, general practitioner, internal medicine or related field;
    • good knowledge of international and national treatment guidelines;
    • experience in medical evacuation and transportation is desired;
    • experience in stress management would be an asset;
    • experience in infection diseases, tropical and travelling medicine will be an asset;
    • good knowledge of medical environment in Ukraine (hospitals, clinics, medical centres, etc.).

     

     

    Personal Competencies

     

    • Strongly motivated by humanitarian work;
    • Team leadership and good communication skills;
    • Flexibility to respond to changing circumstances;
    • Able to follow directions diligently and work within a specified framework;
    • Team work and partnership working skills;
    • Willingness to learn and support others in their learning;
    • Highly developed analytical, planning and organizing skills;
    • Ability to work independently and with a sense of initiative.

     

     

    HOW TO APPLY

     

    Please submit your CV in English, along with your motivation letter by 28.03.2018.

     

     

    Only candidates meeting the above-mentioned criteria will be considered and contacted for tests and/or interview. No queries by phone please.