Health Coordinator

Beirut

Job Title: Health Coordinator

Report to: Head of Programmes

Location: Lebanon

Period: Six month (renewable based on funding)

Job Description:

Strategically plan in-line with QRCS’ vision the Healthcare program priorities and plans-of-action

Set and revise a project-selection methodology in accordance with a clear selection matrix and coefficients (with a focus on geographic areas and segments of beneficiaries).

Set the key performance indictors for all the medical department team.

Conduct filed visits to projects to ensure adgerence to set standards

Vet all financial reports pertaining to healthcare projects.

Oversee the preparation of periodic healthcare reports

Sign off all the media reports about the medical department before publishing.

Represent the mission in all the meetings relevant to the medical sector when requested.

Provide mentoring and coaching to achieve the medical program strategy.

Set the training needs for the team in coordination with HR department.

Run a weekly meeting for the medical staff, to set the weekly tasks.

Qualifications

Degree in Pharmacy, Public Health or Medicine

Minimum 5 years in the Medical Field. (Experience in training and family medicine is a plus).

Skills & Abilities:

Excellent Leadership Skills

Excellent Communications skills (written & verbal)

Advanced Computer Skills in MS office.

Languages Fluent in Arabic & English.

Please send resume and cover letter (PDFs) to:

Lebanon.delegate@qrcs.org.qa

Before applying, please make sure that you have read the requirements for the position and that you qualify.
Applications from non-qualifying applicants will most likely be discarded by the recruiting manager.
Apply
Or send your application directly to mailto:Lebanon.delegate@qrcs.org.qa.
  • Organization: Red Crescent - Qatar
  • Location: Beirut
  • Grade: Mid/Senior
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Health service
  • Closing Date: 2017-02-20

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