- Organization: IRC – International Rescue Committee
- Location: Yumbe
- Grade: Level not specified – Level not specified
- Occupational Groups:
- Public Health and Health Service
- Administrative support
- Closing Date:
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is a global humanitarian helps, relief, and improvement non-governmental organization. It was founded in 1933 as the International Relief Association and altered its name in 1942 after amalgamating with the alike Emergency Rescue Committee. The IRC answers to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and assists people to survive and rebuild their lives by restoring health, safety, education, economic wellbeing, and power to mankind. The organization provides assistance in different areas such as primary health care, reproductive health care, environmental health, child survival, blindness treatment and prevention, and assistance for victims of sexual violence. The IRC has a high rating for accountability and finance.
- Assure the use of standard MoH/Donor data tools and reporting Forms
- Enable smooth flow and access to information through records management for action and decision-making.
- Advice on data recording, use, reporting, and management.
- Periodic reports abandoned.
- Promptly feed data on notifiable/integrated disease surveillance and response.
- Prepare and timely submit daily, weekly, and monthly data from all facility departments for making reports.
- Provide feedback to the facility staff on health service provision for decision-making.
- Document data into the electronic database.
- Imparting understanding and skills to staff by organizing CME sessions, mentorships and review meetings on data management.
APPLY ALSO: National Consultant UNDP
- Diploma or certificate in Medical records and Health Management Information System from a recognized, licensed and accredited institution with at least one year of progressive experience in health record administration –Essential.
- Applied Proficiency in use of HMIS/HIS data tools.
- Acceptable Computer skills including Ms Excel and Word
- Outstanding contact and interpersonal skills.
- Minimum 1-year work background in a busy health setting.
- Capability to completely record, accurately compile and Produce timely reports.
- Good contact and interpersonal skills.
- Ability to work in hardship areas (previous experience in a camp setting will be an added advantage).
- Adaptable and able to work with the team in a dynamic and diverse environment.
- Good ideal of spoken and written English Language.
- The ability to speak any of the languages spoken in South Sudan is an counted benefit.