VAC-9121 Vaccine Cold Chain Extender
- Organization: CTG - Committed To Good
- Location: Gardēz
- Grade: Level not specified - Level not specified
- Public Health and Health Service
- Children's rights (health and protection)
- Transport and Distribution
- Supply Chain
- Malaria, Tuberculosis and other infectious diseases
- Closing Date: Closed
CTG staff and support humanitarian projects in fragile and conflict-affected countries around the world, providing a rapid and cost-effective service for development and humanitarian missions. With past performance in 17 countries – from the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and Asia, we have placed more than 20,000 staff all over the world since operations began in 2006.
|Overview of position||
UNICEF is planning to recruit 5 Polio cold chain Extenders for improvement of current vaccine and cold chain management one for each region in East, Southeast, West, North and central regions. The extender will closely work with cold chain and polio teams including extenders, Provincial Communication Officers (PCOs) and District Communication Officers (DCOs) and under the general guidance of UNICEF regional Polio team leader, the incumbent will be responsible for providing technical support to the regional and provincial PEI/EPI teams, working with them to ensure required vaccine supplies are planned, requested, arrived ,stored and distributed to the needy sites as per exact/updated target population and micro plan, he/she have to ensure # of required standard cold chain equipment are available, functional and maintained at all levels. He/She support the data flow on vaccine and cold chain related issues. monitoring and supervision of vaccine and cold chain related activities and facilities. The Polio cold chain Extender will work closely with Communication and M&E team to monitor polio-and EPI RI programs activities at all levels. The incumbent will also oversee and support the training of cold chain team, EPI/PEI key staff on vaccine and cold chain management.
●Regular visits from cold rooms at provincial and regional levels.
●Regular visits from dry store at provincial and regional levels.
●Field visit from HFs and campaign days ensuring the vaccine and nonvaccine supply are properly managed.
●Dry store and cold rooms are properly managed (shelve cards and stock cards are updated).
●Preventive and maintenances plans are implemented.
●supportive supervision sessions for the CCTs or other polio personnel in the field provided
●Monthly plan is shared and reported against it on monthly
Data and Reports:
●Weekly vaccine stoke reports (WVSR) are compiled and shared.
●Vaccine Utilization Reports (VUR)
o within 10 days after implementation of campaign.
o within 5th day of the next moth for CVAs
●Cold chain equipment inventory (quarterly).
●Vaccine arrivals reports (within 2 days of arrival of new vaccine supply).
●Report on Vaccine and supply distribution/retrieval to/from the field.
●Report on loss or damage of vaccine and non-vaccine supplies.
●Report on turn over or changes in number of staff of cold chain and FLWs.
●Verification of financial documents.
Dense populated region
High work load
Issues in stock
Issues in supply
Data related issues
Supporting Team in Planning
Supervision and Monitoring from Regional and Provincial Cold Rooms
●Duty station will be zonal offices and REMTs with traveling to the provinces and districts of the relevant regions of Afghanistan.
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