Working as an important member of a diverse team who are committed to serve the world’s most vulnerable with practical and compassionate care. The Medical Assistant contributes to the reduction of excess morbidity and mortality due to disaster/outbreaks/COVID amongst FDMN through the provision of preventive and curative health care services.
World Concern has been operational in Camp 20 Extension since early 2018 and Camp 20 since January 2020, with ongoing health operations providing quality promotive, preventive and curative primary health care with facility and outreach-based interventions in partnership with Medair, RRRC, IOM and other relevant stakeholders. In addition, World Concern have been implementing Nutrition and Shelter Projects in different camps to achieve the desired objectives set in its strategic plan.
Technical – Clinical care:
Provide direct clinical care, working closely with the clinical staff to ensure the delivery of high quality comprehensive primary healthcare services according to the guidelines.
Collect, store and send biological specimen form the suspected COVID-19 cases at the sentinel sites.
Ensure proper infection prevention and control (IPC) measures in the facility and during patient care.
Ensure patient confidentiality is respected, and that all consultations are conducted in a dignified and respectful manner.
Delivery of hygiene promotion, health education and patient/caregiver counselling.
Provide Mental Health and Psychosocial Support to the patient as and when required
Monitoring & Reporting:
Make sure all patient consultations are documented and patient records completed.
Ensure accurate recording of information in the clinic registers, and timely completion of summary reports.
Submit daily/weekly kobo reports are submitted in a timely manner.
Ensure regular inventory and consumption tracking of medical drugs and supplies.
Work with relevant staff to ensure prompt requesting of medical drugs and supplies.
Coordination & Representation:
Develop and maintain effective working relationships with local communities and other implementing partners.
Represent organization to the camp level coordination meeting in absence of clinic supervisor
Ensure data protection, proper storage and security of beneficiary, volunteer and staff information by completing data base backups and assuring only agreed upon aggregate information is given to GoB authorities.
Promote and use the Medair Intranet, Portfolio, BOX and other operating procedures, ensuring that all standardised formats are used and guidelines are followed
Any other duties within his/her scope of works as assigned by supervisor.
Work at office
Diploma in Medical Technology
Diploma in Medical Faculty (MATS) and registered in the BM&DC.
Certificate in public health
Training in humanitarian standards
At least 2 year(s)
Age at least 24 years
Both males and females are allowed to apply
2 years clinical experience in primary healthcare.
Previous work in emergency response will be an added advantage. (Desirable)
Previous experience and training in sexual gender based violence and clinical care for sexual assault survivors. (Desirable)
Fluent in written and spoken English
Fluent in Bengali
Fluent in Chittagonian dialect (Desirable)
Basic computer literacy
Use of Excel and Power Point Presentation. (Desirable)
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Application Deadline : 14 Jun 2021