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Job title: Associate II, Programs
Job description: The Programs Associate II assist with oversight implementation of Ipas’s Humanitarian SRHR projects in Cox’s Bazar funded by GAC and Packard Foundation. The role requires assisting project supported service providers to ensure quality provision of MR, PAC and Family Planning services with visits to facilities for routine monitoring activities, tracking the performance of service providers and assisting for proper logistics management. The Associate II will coordinate with other organizational staffs working for providing health services in Ipas project facilities to ensure supporting and collaborative environment in these facilities. . The role requires assisting other project staff with visits to facilities for routine monitoring of MR, PAC and FP service-related activities, and tracking the supervision and mentoring of service providers. The Associate II is also responsible for maintaining training materials and assisting in monitoring facility data. The position also assists other in-country Ipas staff in drafting reports and compiling other information related to Program improvement.
The Humanitarian Projects has been implementing in Cox’s Bazar in order to build the humanitarian sector’s capacity to rapidly provide sexual and reproductive health and services in fragile and conflict settings. The expected ultimate outcome is lives saved, suffering alleviated, and human dignity maintained in Bangladesh. The overall objectives of Humanitarian project are a) To build the capacity of service providers, including doctors, midwives, and FWVs, to provide MR, PAC and FP services and b) To ensure that Ipas supported facilities have the equipment, supplies and staff support necessary to offer MR, PAC and FP services. Project activities include: (1) providing technical assistance and support to clinical facilities in order for them to develop or increase their capacity to provide high quality menstrual regulation, post-abortion care, contraceptive and sexual and gender-based violence services to refugee; (2) providing training and support for clinical service providers and community mobilizers; and (3) developing an adapted toolkit and set of guidelines for providing comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services.
Supervision and monitoring to ensure facility readiness of the Ipas supported facilities to provide quality FP, MR and PAC services:
Provides technical and project management support on unit projects including development of training materials, supporting the administration of facility baseline assessments and routine site monitoring, and data collection. Monitoring visit of the Ipas supported health facilities as per monthly workplan and review the status and gaps in facility readiness and preparedness to provide quality FP, MR and PAC services Plan and implementation of corrective measures for improvement of facility readiness to provide quality FP, MR and PAC services by using Ipas standard protocol. Conducts follow-up with providers and partners to ensure training/monitoring effectiveness. Development of facility specific logistics and commodities need forecast to ensure effective logistic management and uninterrupted supply of MR, PAC and FP commodities. Provide orientation to the service providers on logistics management especially stock management, documentation and requirement forecasting of SRH commodities for their facilities. Participate in both Government and other NGO coordination meeting (DDFP, Upazilla NGO coordination meeting and others) regularly to have better communication with stakeholders. Disseminate the monitoring visit findings and observations with supervisor as well as with project team to plan effectively for the future.
Ensure quality data management including use of data and commodities management from Ipas supported facilities and
Assist service providers of Physicians and Mid-level service providers of Ipas supported facilities for quality record keeping with documentation on FP, MR, PAC services as per Ipas protocol and guideline.
Ensure availability of all essential protocols, job aids, recording and reporting formats to Ipas supported service providers as per organizational and project requirement.
Provide support to the facilities to ensure uninterrupted supplies and its management of essential equipment and commodities.
Routine collection and compilation of service data for timely reporting to supervisor.
C. Different assessment, qualitative interviews and case studies.
Conduct quarterly Site Progress Report (SPR), analysis of the SPR finding and use of the SPR data to improves service provision quality.
Take part in conduction of Client Exit Interview in different facilities and provide support for management of the CEI data including analysis and sharing.
Draft training/workshop reports for review and dissemination to document project and program progress.
Support in maintenance of stock, registers, and documentation at Ipas Cox’s Bazar office.
Performs other duties as assigned by the Supervisor.
Internal & External Customers / Suppliers as well as Third Parties
- Reports to the Project Coordinator in reference to workflow, deadlines, reports, and projects
- Maintains relationships with outside stakeholders for purposes of providing training/workshops
- Works with Project Manager, Advisors, and other departments in reference to reports, planning, policies, and procedures
Qualifications and Experience
- Master’s degree in social science, public health or in related field.
- 3 -5 years working experience in an NGO with relevant experience.
- Ability to frequently travel to study sites for supervision, monitoring, follow up/survey.
- Ability to work as an effective team player.
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Good communications and writing skills.
- Working experiences in Word, Excel, and Outlook
- Working knowledge of financial and budget management
- Experience in SRHR and/or Humanitarian Response program
- Skilled in strategic planning, monitoring and evaluation
- Working knowledge of women’s sexual and reproductive health and rights
Ipas is strongly committed to providing a work environment that is free from all forms of harassment, discrimination, and inequity. We recruit, employ, train, promote, and compensate our personnel without regard to race, age, sex, religion, national origin, color, creed, ancestry, citizenship, caste, ethnicity, regional identity, tribal identity, marital status, veteran status, disability, genetic information, gender identity, transgender status, sexual orientation, or any other personal characteristic protected by law or outlined by Ipas policy. Ipas acknowledges that these personal characteristics may differ in different contexts.
Job date: Sat, 27 Mar 2021 04:58:50 GMT