About International Medical Corps
International Medical Corps (IMC) is a global humanitarian, non-profit organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief and development programs. IMCs’ mission is to improve the quality of life through health interventions and related activities that build local capacity in underserved communities worldwide. IMC has worked in Zimbabwe since 2009.
Under the guidance of the Health and Nutrition Lead, provide support with technical input into the planning and design of project activities.
- Support key trainings and take minutes at meetings;
- Support with the review of programme documents (DIP/budget and other key implementation tools);
- Support M&E of Health and Nutrition activities in coordination with MEAL Officers/MEAL Coordinator;
- Support with preparing weekly and monthly progress reports of activities relates to Health and Nutrition indicators; including documentation of key lessons learnt and successes stories;
- Support in the content development and production of reports, articles, documents, presentations and IEC materials related to IMC Health and Nutrition activities;
- Update and maintain the Health and Nutrition web-based information and communication platforms, including social media;
- Support in the planning and coordination of events (e.g. meetings, workshops, field visits, etc), keeping track of the administrative and financial aspects as necessary;
- Support in the collection and analysis of data from the Health and Nutrition interventions;
- Support with development of activity plans for technical support activities related to Health and Nutrition;
- Participate in the preparation of overall work plan and budget for Health and Nutrition activities;
- Participate in developing different levels of progress reports; support advocacy colleagues with technical messaging on health and nutrition, external reports;
- Work closely with other thematic teams in Country office and field;
- Support with ensuring the maintenance of healthy partnerships with relevant government counterparts and other partners at the local government level in the community in the management of health and nutrition related interventions;
- Other ad hoc tasks as requested by line supervisors.
- A university degree in Public Health and/ or Nutrition or related fields;
- Experience in working in both community health and nutrition;
- Experience in working with MoHCC, DDF, Public Works or other technical government bodies will be an advantage;
- A clean sexual exploitation and abuse record;
- Ability to speak the local language is an added advantage.
To apply for this position please send your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org; clearly stating on the email subject line the position title.
Deadline: On a rolling basis but not later than 13 November 2020