The Driver is accountable for ensuring safe and efficient driving in Adama and in project areas. Provides transport service to SCI staff members, visitors or daily errands as assigned by the supervisor. Prepare and submit monthly vehicle usage reports to his immediate boss. Keep up to date data on fuel consumption. Use log sheets for the day to day movement and should be familiar with the safety and security guidelines of Save the Children International.
Job-specific roles and responsibilities
Provide Driving Services
Receiving the vehicle with its accessories by hand-over documents and signs hand-over formats for receipt of the vehicle with its accessories
Providing driving services to the Coordinators, managers, staff members, visitors and guests from head
Handles clients with due care and respect. Respects the faith and culture of different communities
Respects the rules and regulations of departure and arrival hours according to logistic manual
Handles confidential matters with due care and in consultation with senior staff.
Maintains records of logbook for all journeys undertaken, fuel consumed, repair costs and ensures the logbook is available for inspection at any time
Before starting the vehicle’s engine each day, checks the level of engine oil, radiator, and windscreen washer water are adequate, etc
On a weekly basis, checks the level of brake and clutch oil, battery water and the pressure of tires is at the proper levels, and also ensures that all lights and indicators are working properly
Ensures that the assigned vehicle is not driven by another person unless authorized
When assigned, assists in local purchasing/expediting activities
Maintaining all safety and security measures to the vehicle under his/her care.
Ensuring that the vehicle assigned to him/her is clean, fuelled, lubricated and regularly serviced as per schedule.
Keeps all tools and reserve tire with due care. Handles the vehicle and other related accessories and materials with due care
Cleans seat belts each day and wears the same all times and insists all passengers to do the same
Carry out minor vehicle maintenance at specified intervals and keep thorough maintenance logos for each vehicle.
Have the SCI logo visibly displayed on all SCI vehicles, except where this would jeopardize staff safety or be inappropriate to specific local circumstances.
Park in safe and secure areas all SCI vehicles during working and nonworking hours. Parks the vehicle in a safe place during the night.
Undertakes minor repair of the vehicle
Completion of 12th grade or 10th grade with the current educational system
Own at least third-grade valid driving license.
Trained in Safety and Security
At least 3 years of work experience in International NGOs with a clean driving record.
Willingness to work over weekends, holidays and harsh climatic situations.
Knowledge of basic computer skills is an asset.
Experience in vehicle maintenance
Excellent inter-personal skills and ability to work effectively in difficult environments
Good English is written and oral communication skills
Commitment to SCI’s aims, values, and principles
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Ability and willingness to travel to field sites and work in remote locations, often for prolonged periods of time
Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills including influencing, negotiation, and coaching
Highly developed cultural awareness and ability to work well in an international environment with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures
Strong results orientation, with the ability to challenge existing mindsets
Ability to present complex information in a succinct and compelling manner
Ability and willingness to dramatically change work practices and hours, and work with incoming surge teams, in the event of emergencies
Fluency in English, and other national/local languages both verbal and written essential
Commitment to Save the Children values
Provide nursing care and general management/organization at the MSF Therapeutic and Counselling Centre –TCC- according to MSF protocols and practices, TCC regulations and operational guidelines. Universal hygiene standards-precautions are applied in order to ensure quality and continuity of care for MSF beneficiaries according to project scope and limitations.
Knowing, promoting, implementing and following up the universal hygiene standards/ precautions and general hygiene and cleaning are properly performed at TCC.
Bio-hazard prevention and infection control, security rules and other protocols and procedures in the TCC premises are implemented ensuring high standards of hygiene of the working environment.
Respecting medical secrets and confidentiality at all times.
Provide to the patient's treatment plan for psychiatrist cases as well as to other medical cases according to GP Psychiatry Focal Point prescriptions or clinical officer prescriptions. Assisting patients according to their particular conditions.
Implementation of daily rounds to check the patient’s conditions and administer medication.
Develop and provide health education to patients regularly.
Identifying Sexually Gender-Based Violence victims and referring them to MSF clinical officer and Psychologist making sure they access the care as per MSF SV protocols; thereafter following these patients’ up after receiving the first SV care.
Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) Kit is applied as per MSF protocol.
Report any patient deterioration to the treating MSF GP/Clinical officer or to Psychologist as well as when there is no the resolution of medical complains for patients at TCC.
Manage the storage at the TCC and do regular stock request to project Log supervisor to replenish the used stock to make sure TCC runs smoothly and the stock is used with rationality.
Regular inventory of stock and equipment in use is done every month and reported to PMR/Project Coordinator.
Organize in daily basis patient’s transport through the social worker and Log supervisor whenever the patients are discharged including those ones who stay at the pension.
Liaise with Nursing team supervisor and Log Supervisor to organize the transport of patients who require a medical appointment at the referral facilities on a daily basis.
Manage and supervise the MSF Cleaning staff at TCC and follow all MSF HR-related regulations such as PMS, internal regulations and health policies for staff.
MSF Section/Context Specific Accountabilities
hygienic care is got sensitized and respect the hygiene rules at TCC.
Make sure all TCC rules and regulations, and operational guidelines are understood and respected by patients and MSF staff.
Stock cards are updated at least once a week and any mismatch between psychical stock and theoretical stock is reported to PMR.
Ensure interdisciplinary care with fluent and collaborative preparation of the care plan for each patient SoIT admitted at TCC and report any difficulty to the MHS or to the General Practitioner Dr.
Carrying out admission of patients, record patients’ length of stay on a daily basis after they are discharged.
Carrying and supervising administrative procedures and documents (filling in patient’s files, forms, medication consumption, statistics, registers, health files, as well as ensuring appropriate management of TCC stock as per supply procedures.).
Ensuring an appropriate reception in written/oral from the psychiatrist nurse and make sure that all is set for patients continuation of care every afternoon after finishing her duty at TCC.
Reporting any problematic situations and cases that may arise to MHs and MHAM for MH patients care-related issues.
Administer medication and monitor evolution of psychiatric cases as well as other medical cases and report any patients’ changes or complaints to General Practitioner Dr.
Participating in data collection and reporting as per project needs.
Participating regularly in department-related meetings and project meetings.
Ensure safe and reliable system to manage all medication available at TCC, its functioning, conditions, follow-up of expired drugs, stock inventories in a monthly basis, and establish special control measures to manage and administer psychotropic medication as per GP or psychiatrist Dr. prescription.
Check that patient’s meals are delivered on time to patients at TCC and liaise with NTS and Log Supervisor to send the meals for patients at the pension in a timely manner.
Ensuring teamwork and adherence to all appropriate protocols and procedures to make sure the smooth operation of MSF Therapeutic and Counselling Centre.
Ensure medical competence by continued professional development, reading of training guidelines and get active usage of MSF applications like TEMBO or any training opportunity offered in or out of MSF.
Administratively professional and respectful to address challenges in regards to Human Resources or other challenges encountered in his duty, ensuring assertive communication to his/her supervisors, managers and all other team colleagues in order to favour a conducive work environment.
Respecting communication lines within MSF to address any challenges encountered during his work duty avoiding jumping up to Head of Mission, MedCo, HrCo or other mission coordinators regardless of the sharing of space at the office.
Be proactive in reporting team and patients needs and finding solutions to carry out an appropriate delivery of care and take individual responsibilities to perform his/her duties with autonomy.
Proactive in preparing case reviews and propose training needs for himself/herself.
Desirable Bachelor in Science of Nursing
Social Worker Bachelor, Sociologist or psychologist degree is a plus
Desirable 2 years of previous demonstrable experiences as Nurse, nursing supervisor or manager and previous experience in other NGOs, Associations or international companies
Desirable experience in assisting patients in multiples needs as migrants within associations - NGOs and/or social services settings.
Amharic and English are essential.
Oromifa and Tigrinya are desirable.
Results and Quality Orientation
Teamwork and Cooperation
Commitment to MSF Principles
Team Management and Cooperation.