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Consortium Coordinator – Central African Republic

Position Title: Consortium Coordinator Emergency Health

Base: Bangui, regular travel to field locations of all Consortium partners across the country

Reporting to: MENTOR Country Director and MENTOR HQ Consortium Manager

Background:

The MENTOR Initiative (MENTOR) is a “not for profit”, charitable, non-governmental organization devoted to reducing death and suffering from malaria and other vector borne diseases in humanitarian crises. MENTOR has worked in CAR since 2008, instigating an effective and innovative community healthcare approach.

The MENTOR Initiative applies zero tolerance to the exploitation, sexual abuse and mistreatment of women, children and all others, and, mobilizes all its staff in the implementation of its global policy. The MENTOR Initiative will contact previous employers of applicants to determine if they have had a history of violating codes of conduct relating to sexual harassment, exploitation or abuse and fraud.

Overall Job Purpose:

MENTOR is Lead Agency of a FCDO funded consortium of NGOs focused on improving healthcare delivery at community, health facility and hospital level in four prefectures of CAR.

The Consortium Coordinator will act as the focal point for the Consortium of 3 NGO’s delivering essential health care. She/he acts as lead representative for the consortium as a whole and as required at humanitarian coordination meetings and meetings involving relevant Ministries, UN agencies and INGO’s coordination bodies. She/he acts as a liaison for donor, government authorities and partners in country. She/he manages and represents a Consortium Coordination team and is the overall Phase III process manager of the FCDO funded consortium.

This Consortium Team consists of the Consortium Coordinator and the Consortium Finance Coordinator supported by the MENTOR in-country team. At HQ level there is the Consortium Manager as well as the network of support provided by HQ. The Consortium Team supports and collaborates with a Steering Committee comprising of the Country Directors of Consortium partner organizations as well as technical working groups made up of focal points from each partner agency. The Consortium Coordination team is responsible for the overall implementation of the grant and its technical veracity, whilst ensuring compliance and best practice in safeguarding and donor guidelines. The Consortium Coordination team will be responsible for ensuring that the project is implemented according to the approved proposal in an impactful and effective manner.

Personal profile

Masters in Public Health, Epidemiology or equivalent

At least 5 years’ experience in health programme implementation in developing country settings

Fluency in English and French

Excellent diplomatic and communication skills

Operational programme management skills in budget, asset management and compliance specifically with regard to safeguarding.

The Mentor Initiative applies zero tolerance to the exploitation, sexual abuse and mistreatment of women, children and all others, and, mobilizes all its staff in the implementation of its global policy. The Mentor Initiative will contact previous employers of applicants to determine if they have had a history of violating codes of conduct relating to sexual harassment, exploitation or abuse and fraud.

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The MENTOR Initiative saves lives in emergencies through tropical disease control and then stays to help people recover from crisis with dignity, working side by side with communities, health workers and health authorities to leave a lasting impact. Our PurposeThe MENTOR Initiative is a discrete and agile humanitarian organisation purpose built to relieve human suffering from tropical diseases. We act in some of the world’s most austere and vulnerable communities, who are often devastated and forgotten.  Regardless of race, creed or nationality, MENTOR strives to deliver disease control to populations at greatest risk of suffering and death. Our first and last considerations are the needs of the people we serve.smiles WMDAs signatories of the International Committee of the Red Cross Code of Conduct, we believe that aid should be given to everyone who is in need, and not be used to further a particular political, social or religious viewpoint.Experts in malaria and neglected tropical diseases, we establish large scale control during humanitarian emergencies to save lives and reduce suffering, whilst concurrently developing indigenous capacity and long term sustainable control of these diseases. Collaborating with communities, health workers, health authorities and international organisations, MENTOR leaves a lasting impact ensuring effective disease control surveillance, preventative and curative services, and providing learning for the future.We invest in targeted operational research to bring evidence based and proven disease control solutions to all our programmes. MENTOR use this learning to innovate, influence and implement international policy and practice.In all our endeavours, we strive to attain the highest professional values and standards, quality, accountability and our teams are committed to stay until the job is done. Notre VisionThe MENTOR Initiative sauve des vies pendant les situations d’urgences par le contrôle des maladies tropicales puis reste sur le terrain pour aider les gens à se remettre de la crise avec dignité, travaillant côte à côte avec les communautés, les personnels sanitaires et les autorités sanitaires pour avoir un impact durable.Notre ObjectifThe MENTOR Initiative est une organisation humanitaire discret et agile, conçue pour atténuer la souffrance humaine causée par les maladies tropicales. Les équipes de MENTOR agissent au sein de communautés qui sont parmi les plus austères et les plus vulnérables du monde, souvent dévastées et oubliées. Quelle que soit la religion ou la nationalité d’une population, MENTOR fait tout son possible pour lutter contre les maladies qui leur posent les plus grands risques de souffrance et de mort. Les premières et les dernières considérations sont les besoins des personnes que MENTOR sert.En tant que signataires du code de conduite du Comité international de la Croix-Rouge, MENTOR croit que l’aide doit être donné à chacun qui en a besoin, et ne doit pas être utilisé pour promouvoir un point de vue politique, social ou religieux.MENTOR utilise son expertise dans le paludisme et les maladies tropicales pour établir des programmes de lutte à grande échelle pendant des crises humanitaires afin de sauver des vies et réduire la souffrance. Il cherche en même temps à développer la capacité indigène et la lutte durable des maladies. En collaborant avec les communautés, les personnel sanitaires, les autorités sanitaires et les organisation internationales, MENTOR laisse un impact durable qui assure des services de contrôle, de surveillance, de prévention et de traitement efficaces, et qui fournit un apprentissage pour le futur.MENTOR investit dans la recherche opérationnelle ciblée afin que ses programmes de lutte contre les maladies utilisent des solutions basées sur des preuves et éprouvées. MENTOR utilise cette apprentissage pour innover, influencer et mettre en œuvre la politique et la pratique internationale.Dans tous ses efforts, MENTOR cherche à atteindre des valeurs et des normes de qualité et de responsabilité professionnelles les plus élevées ; les équipes de MENTOR s’engagent à rester jusqu’à ce que le travail soit terminé.

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0 USD Central African Republic CF 3201 Abc road Consultancy , 40 hours per week MENTOR Initiative

Consortium Coordinator - Central African Republic

Position Title: Consortium Coordinator Emergency Health

Base: Bangui, regular travel to field locations of all Consortium partners across the country

Reporting to: MENTOR Country Director and MENTOR HQ Consortium Manager

Background:

The MENTOR Initiative (MENTOR) is a “not for profit”, charitable, non-governmental organization devoted to reducing death and suffering from malaria and other vector borne diseases in humanitarian crises. MENTOR has worked in CAR since 2008, instigating an effective and innovative community healthcare approach.

The MENTOR Initiative applies zero tolerance to the exploitation, sexual abuse and mistreatment of women, children and all others, and, mobilizes all its staff in the implementation of its global policy. The MENTOR Initiative will contact previous employers of applicants to determine if they have had a history of violating codes of conduct relating to sexual harassment, exploitation or abuse and fraud.

Overall Job Purpose:

MENTOR is Lead Agency of a FCDO funded consortium of NGOs focused on improving healthcare delivery at community, health facility and hospital level in four prefectures of CAR.

The Consortium Coordinator will act as the focal point for the Consortium of 3 NGO’s delivering essential health care. She/he acts as lead representative for the consortium as a whole and as required at humanitarian coordination meetings and meetings involving relevant Ministries, UN agencies and INGO’s coordination bodies. She/he acts as a liaison for donor, government authorities and partners in country. She/he manages and represents a Consortium Coordination team and is the overall Phase III process manager of the FCDO funded consortium.

This Consortium Team consists of the Consortium Coordinator and the Consortium Finance Coordinator supported by the MENTOR in-country team. At HQ level there is the Consortium Manager as well as the network of support provided by HQ. The Consortium Team supports and collaborates with a Steering Committee comprising of the Country Directors of Consortium partner organizations as well as technical working groups made up of focal points from each partner agency. The Consortium Coordination team is responsible for the overall implementation of the grant and its technical veracity, whilst ensuring compliance and best practice in safeguarding and donor guidelines. The Consortium Coordination team will be responsible for ensuring that the project is implemented according to the approved proposal in an impactful and effective manner.

Personal profile

Masters in Public Health, Epidemiology or equivalent

At least 5 years’ experience in health programme implementation in developing country settings

Fluency in English and French

Excellent diplomatic and communication skills

Operational programme management skills in budget, asset management and compliance specifically with regard to safeguarding.

The Mentor Initiative applies zero tolerance to the exploitation, sexual abuse and mistreatment of women, children and all others, and, mobilizes all its staff in the implementation of its global policy. The Mentor Initiative will contact previous employers of applicants to determine if they have had a history of violating codes of conduct relating to sexual harassment, exploitation or abuse and fraud.

2022-05-28

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