Roving Delegate, Country Support Platform (CSP) Support – National Cholera Elimination or Control Plans (NCP) and Oral Cholera Vaccination (OCV) 56 views0 applications


NCP technical (in close collaboration with the Senior Officer, CSP NCP Coordinator and the GTFCC secretariat and partner institutions)

  • Contribute to identifying gaps in existing materials to operationalise the GTFCC NCP guidance documents.
  • Contribute to the development of tools, templates, standard operating procedures, and training materials for countries to develop their NCPs. This may include inputs into existing materials or developing draft documents for discussion. Technical content may include baseline assessments, gaps and capacity assessments, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) plans etc.
  • Participate in global and regional technical working groups as required.

NCP operational (under the supervision of the Senior Officer, CSP NCP Coordinator)

  • Support CSP Field Programme Managers and national authorities in:
      • Implementing NCP tools and guidance for NCP development, both remotely and in the field to contribute to high quality NCPs aligned with The Roadmap strategy. – developing and implementing country tailored M&E plans.
  • Facilitate at workshops, training materials and meetings in CSP supported countries.

OCV (under the supervision of the CSP coordinator and in collaboration with the GTFCC OCV focal point)

  • Contribute to identifying gaps in the OCV campaigns recently implemented in the CSP supported countries
  • Contribute to the training materials development and delivery for OCV.
  • Support cholera affected countries for preventive or reactive OCV requests and implementation.
  • Contribute to the development of OCV related tools for the CSP and the GTFCC, including OCV database.
  • Support the annual OCV WG organization.

General

  • Represent the CSP at relevant meetings, events, and forums when required to do so.
  • Support other CSP activities, as required.

Contribute to an effective, high-quality IFRC team:

  • Be accountable to the line manager by providing progress reports on results against objectives and risk analysis.
  • Be flexible in your work definition according to needs and targets and improve team efficiencies and effectiveness within available resources.
  • Be a pro-active team member fostering a customer service-oriented culture that values proactivity, continuous improvement, innovation, high performance and cost-effectiveness.
  • Foster a co-creative environment with colleagues in the Secretariat, Regions and the National Societies and open and cooperative view to the actors in the relevant external environment.

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NCP technical (in close collaboration with the Senior Officer, CSP NCP Coordinator and the GTFCC secretariat and partner institutions)

  • Contribute to identifying gaps in existing materials to operationalise the GTFCC NCP guidance documents.
  • Contribute to the development of tools, templates, standard operating procedures, and training materials for countries to develop their NCPs. This may include inputs into existing materials or developing draft documents for discussion. Technical content may include baseline assessments, gaps and capacity assessments, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) plans etc.
  • Participate in global and regional technical working groups as required.

NCP operational (under the supervision of the Senior Officer, CSP NCP Coordinator)

  • Support CSP Field Programme Managers and national authorities in:
      • Implementing NCP tools and guidance for NCP development, both remotely and in the field to contribute to high quality NCPs aligned with The Roadmap strategy. - developing and implementing country tailored M&E plans.
  • Facilitate at workshops, training materials and meetings in CSP supported countries.

OCV (under the supervision of the CSP coordinator and in collaboration with the GTFCC OCV focal point)

  • Contribute to identifying gaps in the OCV campaigns recently implemented in the CSP supported countries
  • Contribute to the training materials development and delivery for OCV.
  • Support cholera affected countries for preventive or reactive OCV requests and implementation.
  • Contribute to the development of OCV related tools for the CSP and the GTFCC, including OCV database.
  • Support the annual OCV WG organization.

General

  • Represent the CSP at relevant meetings, events, and forums when required to do so.
  • Support other CSP activities, as required.

Contribute to an effective, high-quality IFRC team:

  • Be accountable to the line manager by providing progress reports on results against objectives and risk analysis.
  • Be flexible in your work definition according to needs and targets and improve team efficiencies and effectiveness within available resources.
  • Be a pro-active team member fostering a customer service-oriented culture that values proactivity, continuous improvement, innovation, high performance and cost-effectiveness.
  • Foster a co-creative environment with colleagues in the Secretariat, Regions and the National Societies and open and cooperative view to the actors in the relevant external environment.
2022-10-03

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