Wednesday, November 19, 2014

District Clinical Analysis Facilitator - CARE India (Apply by: 30th Nov'14)


Position: District Clinical Analysis Facilitator
Grade/Level G
Project/Unit State RMNCHA Unit (SRU), Bihar TSU 
Reports to: Regional Capacity Building Specialist
Location: Various districts in State of Bihar
Project Duration: 4 Years

Project Background

The confluence of four key factors creates a pivotal opportunity to accelerate progress toward achieving the government of Bihar’s (GoB) 2017 targets for reductions in rates of mortality, fertility and malnutrition, and increases in immunization coverage.
These factors include: 

a) Consistent political support from GoB to improve the health of women and children, exemplified most recently by the launch of the Human Development Mission (ManavVikas Mission) under the chairmanship of Chief Minister in the state;
b) Recent launch of the government of India’s (GoI) RMNCH+A strategy; 
c) Success of the Ananya program in identifying strategies and developing solutions that support these goals; and 
d) Recognition by the Health Department and Social Welfare (ICDS) Department of the value of the work of Ananyaand other development partners in Bihar. 

• To capitalize on this opportunity, CARE will lead the establishment of a Technical Support Unit (TSU)), which will closely work with and support the Health and Social Welfare (ICDS) Departments of the GoB in their endeavour to achieve rapid and sustainable change in health and nutrition. 
• The proposed TSU will provide catalytic support to the two departments to refine policies, systems and processes, transform capabilities and behaviours, and build ownership to unlock the potential of both public and private sector providers to effectively implement solutions. 
• The work of the TSU will focus on effective technical interventions in maternal and child health, family planning and nutrition. Key drivers of change will include the transfer of skills and building ownership of approaches and solutions by Health and Social Welfare (ICDS) Departments. 
• The State RMNCH+A Unit (SRU) of the TSU will consist mainly of technical experts from CARE and other development partners who will work closely with GoB to develop effective strategies to achieve GoB’s 2017 targets for reductions in rates of mortality, fertility and increases in immunization coverage.
• One key role of the TSU is to enable rapid improvements in quality of health care services provided by existing functionaries in public facilities as well as in outreach programs.

Job Summary

The District Clinical Analysis Facilitator will work under the supervision of Regional Capacity Building specialist and in close collaboration with the Regional Technical specialists, District MLE officer and District Manager and will play a critical role in facilitating high quality of data collection on Maternal & Neonatal Health and Family Planning activities at the District Hospital with special focus on complications and adverse outcomes and to share it with the CML and SRU Teams.

Contract/Key Relationships 

District Clinical Analysis Facilitator will report to Regional Clinical Capacity Building specialist and will work closely with other TSU Units.

Key Responsibilities

• To collect data on Maternal & Neonatal Health and Family Planning activities at the District Hospital with special focus on complications and adverse outcomes and to share it with the CML and SRU Teams.
• To share and utilize the analysis of clinical data in improving the Quality of Care in the Facility.
• To provide training to the Nurses working in the District Hospital in maintaining Clinical Data Records.
• To build the capacity of the District QIC in establishing mechanisms for maintaining Clinical Data Records.
• To carry out triangulation of Clinical data from the lower level facilities and outreach service providers.
• To liaise with the District manager, Regional Technical Specialists, Block Managers and MLE Team of CARE.
• To spend 70% of the time for Field based activities as per requirement.
• To carry out any other activity in line with the above that may be required to complete or enhance the outcomes of maternal-neonatal health and family planning.

Qualification & Experience

Essential: 

• B.Sc. nursing from a recognized institution 
• Minimum one years of clinical experience in maternal / newborn health
• Clinical skills must be current and up to date

Preferred: 

• M.Sc. Nursing with specialization in Obstetrics or Neonatology Nursing from a recognized institution

Skills & Competencies 

i. Demonstrated ability to mobilize Government systems to strengthen national programs 
ii. Good in data management skills
iii. Demonstrated ability to objectively analyze data and has an eye for detail
iv. Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills 
v. Excellent negotiation skills
vi. Demonstrated learning agility, pro-activeness and openness to embrace new technologies at work
vii. Ability to travel extensively to gather first-hand information about maternal and new born complication within assigned districts
viii. Ability to function effectively as a team member and respect diversity in a team
ix. Fluency in English and knowledge of local working language (Hindi) is essential.

Candidates should visit http://apps.careindia.org/eis/Recruitment/frmCareerOptions.aspx to apply for the positions online.

The last date of receiving applications for all the above position will be 30 Nov 2014. Only short-listed candidates would be contacted. 

“CARE India is an equal opportunity and diversity promoting employer. Therefore Women, persons differently abled, SC/ST/ OBC candidates are especially encouraged to apply”


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