The Gaza Pediatric Amputee Coordinator (GPAC) is a one-year position responsible for leading all aspects of the project in Gaza for children suffering from congenital and traumatic amputations.
Detailed Tasks & Responsibilities
- Identify all amputees under the age of 18 years in the Gaza Strip in need of medical care/attention;
- Manage the basic day to day medical needs of all pediatric amputees in the Gaza Strip relating to appointments, materials, one-time and continuous support, and follow-up;
- Ensure that every amputee has an up-to-date medical and social profile in database;
- Provide technical and logistical support to all medical professionals who travel to the region to assist the amputees;
- Lead the management of the prosthetic or rehabilitation missions, including coordination between patients/families, hospitals/centers, staff, and volunteers before, during, and after the mission;
- Lead the planning and implementation of the projects’ activities including summer camp, mental health, and workshops;
- Support the preparation amputees who will travel for care;;
- Steer the need, tracking and use of all purchased and donated prosthetic components and materials for use locally;
- Represent and communicate with local stakeholders regarding PCRF’s mission and project;
- Provide guidance and input pertaining to all amputee-related projects in the Gaza Strip;
- Prepare and submit weekly and monthly M&E reports on the project development;
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Minimum Skill Requirements
- BA Degree in Health care, Public Health Studies, Humanities, Business Administration, or any related field;
- Fluency in using Google, other online platforms, as needed;
- Ability to quickly learn and adapt to new systems;
- Ability to maintain a high level of accuracy in preparing and entering information;
- Ability to manage different tasks at one time and meeting strict deadlines.
- Fluent in written and spoken Arabic and English languages;
- Accurately prepares written correspondence that is coherent, grammatically correct, effective and professional across languages;
- Listens to others and accepts input from team members.
- Dress and speaks in a professional and polite manner to all volunteers, staff, beneficiaries, and others.
- Appreciation of and dedication to the cause of PCRF in promoting the love for the organization;
- Outstanding interpersonal skills;
- Displays a positive attitude;
- Demonstrates flexibility in day-to-day work;
- Sets high standards of performance for oneself.
- Establish harmonious working relationships with team members;
- Shows initiative in interacting with and collaborating with team members on projects and organization’s activities;
- Use every opportunity to learn from team members.
Interested Candidates with the needed expertise are welcome to send Cover letters and detailed CVs on [email protected] no later than Feb. 22, 2020.