Title: MEDICAL ACTIVITY MANAGER (Re-call)
Company Name: Medecins Sans Frontieres/ Doctors Without Borders (MSF)
Job Location: Cox's Bazar (Ukhia)
Employment Status: Full-time
∎ Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery(MBBS)
∎ Essential: Medical Doctor with MBBS degree and having valid medical license from BMDC.
∎ Desirable: Specialization or Training in Tropical Medicine or related studies
∎ At least 2 year(s)
∎ Supervision, organization and coaching of Medical Doctors and Medical Assistants assigned to the department.
∎ In collaboration with Nursing Supervisors (NS), NS NAM (NS Nurse Activity Manager), NS MAMs (Medical Activity Manager), NS MDs (Medical Doctors) and when present IS RN/MD/Clinician): coordinates and supervises the provision of quality basic and curative care in the health facility.
∎ Implements and supervises correct use of diagnostic & treatment protocols according to MSF clinical guidelines, including strict adherence to universal precautions.
∎ Develops strategies to improve the quality of patient care and access to medical treatment (according to MSF guidelines).
∎ Guides the medical staff in the performance of their duties and promotes an attitude of open communication and respect between staff and beneficiaries.
∎ Ensures precise and reliable recording of morbidities and mortalities according to case definitions and other health statistics, using existing data collection tools.
∎ Maintains the MSF health database, analyses and interprets the medical data, and acts on the findings accordingly.
∎ In collaboration with the clinical team, prepare MMR on department activities; specifically the inpatient and mortality analysis reports.
∎ Create awareness about the reason we want to increase timely medical incident analysis & reporting (to the Hospital Director).
∎ Monitors diseases in collaboration with other MAMs and epidemiology team within the departments - for example, cholera, Diphtheria, shigella, Tb, meningitis, measles etc. - as part of clinical surveillance, and take appropriate measures.
∎ Guides staff and ensures correct clinical decision making for referral of patients for further management according to the referral policy & communicates appropriately with Hospital Clinical Lead regarding the possibility of any referral outside of the normal referral pathway.
∎ Regular case and mortality discussions to improve quality of care and for self-reflection in the Doctors’ and nurses’ teams.
∎ Participates in the recruitment & evaluation of national staff in his/her department, as well identification of training needs for his/her team in collaboration colleagues and HR/admin department.
∎ Takes responsibility with Hospital Clinical Lead for national staff health, in collaboration with NS MAMs and NS Responsible Doctor, ensuring that National Staff Health Policy is followed.
∎ Responsible for daily adjusting/planning and monthly rosters of the Medical Doctors’ and Medical Assistants.
∎ Be part of the roster with other 3 MAM’s including night shifts, weekends and public holidays, covering also other departments in the hospital during those shifts.
∎ Participate in regular meetings (morning handover, medical meeting, Hospital Management Team (HMT)/Project Management Team (PMT), MAM/MD/MA meetings)
∎ Age at least 22 years
∎ Essential: Minimum 2 years experience as a medical doctor in medical activities related jobs.
∎ Desirable: working experience in MSF or other NGO’s in developing countries.
∎ Desirable: Experience in tropical medicine, or post-registration experience in Public Health, and Accident & Emergency.
∎ Desirable: managerial experience
Salary: Tk. 150000 - 180000 (Monthly)
Compensation & Other Benefits:
∎ Medical allowance, Weekly 2 holidays
∎ Festival Bonus: 2
Job Source: Bdjobs.com Online Job Posting.
Application Deadline: 30 Mar 2023
∎ 27 Mar 2023
∎ Medecins Sans Frontieres/ Doctors Without Borders (MSF)
∎ Address : 5th Floor, Khawaja Palace, Plot N. 76, Ro-11, Banani, Dhaka-1213, Bangladesh.
∎ Business : Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) is an international medical humanitarian organization working in over 80 countries worldwide. MSF has been working in Bangladesh since 1992. MSF was awarded the prestigious `Nobel Peace Prize` in 1999 for its pioneering humanitarian activities since 1971 in several continents.