Midwife Position in Sudan

Position: Midwife

Location: Sudan (Al Geneina)

Closing date: 07 March

Duration: 6 months min

Working language: English essential, Arabic if possible

Experience: Representation and Team Management

General description of the post:

  • Participates to the implementation to the programme to support and to supervise midwives and TBAs in the community
  • Increases the effectiveness and the uptake of antenatal and delivery services;
  • Participates in Gender Based Violence protection and family protection programs and assist the doctor during the consultations about sexual violence against womenMidwifery
  • Implements the project plan in Reproductive Health with the medical co-ordinator; and the national midwife
  • Supervises and trains the midwifes in the villages and Traditional Birth Attendants (TBA) in collaboration with the Ministry Of Health, and CAM staff
  • Participates in the collection and analysis of data from Reproductive health activity
  • Writes, in collaboration with the entire team in the field, weekly reports and monthly sitreps to the head of mission, and donor reports
  • Participates in the writing of project proposals

Required Competencies

  • Excellent written and spoken English (essential), Arabic is a plus
  • At least one year’s post-registration midwifery experience for the midwife
  • Ability to live and work in an isolated area and in conditions of limited comfort
  • Ability to accept the possibility of insecurity in the project area and to accept the security rules
  • Previous overseas experience in humanitarian assistance programmes and basic computer skills (Word, Excel) are desirable

Personal Skills

  • Flexibility
  • Organisation skills
  • Sense of responsibilities
  • Analysis and coordination skills
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Ready to listen to people
  • Capacity to prioritize
  • Open-mindedness and common sense
  • Strong humanitarian motivation

Vacancies Contact

Send your application (CV + cover letter) by email only : recrute.medicaux [at] cam-fr.org

Source: Advance Africa


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