Nursing Team Supervisor at Medecins Sans Frontieres – Switzerland – TDPel Jobs
Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) is an independent international medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid in more than 60 countries to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural or man-made disasters or exclusion from healthcare.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: Nursing Team Supervisor
Location: Gomboru – Ngala, Borno
Employment Type: Contract
Contract Type: Local Based Fixed-Term: Renewable
Place of Recruitment: Gomboru – Ngala
Scope of Responsibilities and Accountabilities
Plan, organize, and evaluate the activities concerning nursing and the team associated, according to MSF values, policies and protocols and universal health standards, in order to warrant the quality and continuity of the health care and the development of the plan of action.
Carry out the functions and tasks associated to nursing i.e. perform as a nurse or anesthetist, whenever required or needed, in order to optimize the resources, contributing with his/her knowledge and experience.
Implement all the protocols and hygiene procedures, and supervise his/her team follow the same standards, in order to warrant the quality of the care and service in his/her speciality.
Organize and coordinate the activities of his/her team (week’s schedule, annual leave, absences, etc.), evaluate their performance and define and ensure the needs for training of staff, in order to ensure the coverage of the human resources needs and maintain high standards of quality.
Carry out and/or supervise the ( decentralized) pharmacy and medical equipment management (drugs orders, follow-up of the stock, storage conditions, inventories, follow-up of expired drugs and their destruction, drugs consumption, etc.)in his or her department, in order to satisfy the needs of material with efficiency and effectiveness.
Ensuring that all staff using medical devices are qualified and trained.
Ensuring that cleaning and minor maintenance tasks are performed according to the protocols.
Reporting any malfunction to the project biomedical service.
Carry-out and/or coordinate administrative (exit-paper, transfer-paper, etc.), information and data collection (patient files, forms, statistics, etc.) tasks, and elaborate regular reporting, in order to have updated and reliable information about the day-to-day activity in the project, output/ outcome and support decision-taking.
Give feedback/ reports to medical focal point.
Specialty (Nurse or Anesthetist) Diploma essential.
Essential 2 years of previous experience. Having worked in MSF or other NGO’s and in developing countries is desirable.
English language essential, local language – Hausa/Kanuri desirable
Essential computer literacy (word, excel and internet)
Flexibility, Stress Management, Results, Teamwork & Cooperation
Ready, available to work in Ngala/Gomboru, at full time.
Candidate applying must have a valid national identity card issued by NIMC & a BVN.
Application Closing Date
22nd July, 2021. 4pm.