International Rescue Committee Reproductive Health Manager Vacancy in Lodwar

International Rescue Committee (IRC)

Reproductive Health Manager – Lodwar

Sector: Reproductive Health

Location: Kenya

Employee Type: Regular

Employee Category: Full Time

Job Purpose / Objective: Working with the supervision and guidance of the Field Manager and the RH&HIV coordinator, the project Manager will lead the planning, implementation, supervision, and monitoring of IRC’s  ‘’Pambuzuka ‘’ project  in Turkana county.

He/she will work closely with the county health team to ensure implementation of activities geared towards improving maternal and newborn health at the county level.

Key Responsibilities:

Technical Coordination and support

  • Overall programmatic and administrative support leadership in the planning, implementation and monitoring of MNH program activities as guided by the project deliverables.
  • Work closely with the county and sub county RH focal persons in planning and training health facility staff at the county level on MNH competencies.
  • Facilitate information sharing with other sectors, towards integrating the RH program with other sectors (HIV, Gender Based Violence (GBV), Nutrition and Livelihoods).
  • Contribute to the bi-annual development, review and implementation of the IRC Health Sector Strategic Plan in line with the IRC strategy, policies and procedures.
  • Where necessary, participate in concept development, proposal writing and budget development exercises in relation to RH programming for IRC Kenya.
  • Incorporate cross – cutting program design issues such as protection mainstreaming, disaster risk reduction, governance, environmental and emergency response.

Grant Management, Monitoring & Reporting

  • Plan, support and coordinate joint IRC & County MoH field monitoring and support supervision exercises.
  • Manage the project budget ensuring spending is maintained within appropriate margins.
  • Identify and respond to project needs, implement activities, and conduct follow-up to ensure project success.
  • Monitor timeliness, quality and progress of project deliverables as per the work plans and implementation plans in place.
  • Ensure timely preparation and submission of progress reports, documentation and use of information to continuously improve the quality and performance of the project.

Communication and Documentation:

  • Develop and maintain project related record-keeping system and provide accurate documentation of all reporting forms.
  • Provide material related to project progress and updates both internal and external use.
  • Assist in the development of publications and communication materials wherever possible.

How to Apply

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Updated: January 14, 2017 — 8:57 pm