MdM has been operating in Ukraine since August 2015 and is currently implementing an emergency response and recovery program in the Eastern part of Ukraine (Luhansk and Donetsk oblast, government and non-government-controlled areas – GCAs and NGCAs). The program is implemented around three main components: direct delivery of services through multidisciplinary mobile units (including primary healthcare services (PHC), sexual and reproductive health (SRH), Mental Health and Psychosocial support services (MHPSS) and gender-based violence (GBV) response services); strengthening of local health system (with a specific focus on PHC, SRH, MHPSS and GBV) through capacity building of health and non-health staff, awareness raising and advocacy. In addition, MdM support the health system in response to COVID-19 pandemics in Eastern Ukraine.
In November 2020, MdM launched a 3-year project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) having for an objective to increase resilience of communities and the local health system in Donetsk and Luhansk region (GCA) by improving availability and access to quality healthcare services to meet health needs of the conflict affected population with a special focus on vulnerable groups (people with disabilities, women, elderly people). The project will link MdM humanitarian assistance with transitional aid/development activities resulting in creation of a sustainable access to health and social services in communities affected by the conflict.
Under the supervision of the General Coordinator, the Program coordinator in close collaboration with the coordination team, will be responsible for overall program delivery and quality in Ukraine. The post holder will be responsible for proposal development, program follow-up and reporting at the mission level, donor mapping and program quality improvement, in line with MdM and donor standards.
The holder of this position is expected to have strong coordination and organization skills, to ensure that all deliverables are produced in a timely manner. The Program coordinator will maintain regular contact with all staff involved in the implementation of projects and will be responsible for the tasks related to the management of donor’s contracts, reporting, compliance and monitoring.
It is expected that the Program coordinator develops capacity-building activities, such as workshops or short training sessions, of the Mission’s staff members on the various related processes, which may be helpful to enable ownership and accountability of deliverables.
Program design and quality support
Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning
Ensure harmonization of key monitoring system tools within the mission including data collection tools, intermediary files and MONITOOL
Representation and Coordination
This list of activities is not exhaustive and may change depending on the situation.
Hierarchical link: General Coordinator
Functional link: All Coordination Team in Ukraine
1 General Coordinator
1 Medical Coordinator
1 Administrative Coordinator
1 Logistic Coordinator
1 Mental Health Coordinator
2 Field Coordinators
Skills required :
Personal skills required:
Language and computer skills:
Deadline for application - 23rd of April, 2021
Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be invited to the interview.