With support of the Rehabilitation Coordinator, complete annual update of project PME Tools;
With support of the Rehabilitation Coordinator and Early Childhood Development Technical Advisor, develop Terms of Reference for each key activity of the project.
Establish and develop working relationships with the National Childrenís Hospital;
Provide advice and support to project partners when requested (i.e. troubleshoot problems);
Regularly update HI PME tools to monitor project implementation;
Mobilize and coordinate resources (including consultants and/or external training service providers) in the implementation of project activities;
Ensure that the projectís database and filing system are regularly updated and the relevant statistical data concerning project activities and beneficiaries are collected and adequately stored.
Contribute to the development of monitoring procedures and tools to identify project strengths and weaknesses (i.e. organizational assessment tools, training needs assessments, family satisfaction surveys, etc.);
Support the Rehabilitation Coordinator to organize support missions from HI Headquarters;
Support the Rehabilitation Coordinator to organize and facilitate project evaluation processes.
Submit monthly reports to the Rehabilitation Coordinator;
Prepare draft narrative reports to National project partners and stakeholders, in Lao and/or English language;
Prepare draft narrative reports to project donors and HI Headquarters;
Together with representatives of the Childrenís Hospital, implement coordination meetings to inform key health service providers and disabled peopleís associations of the objectives of the project and to support the development of procedural guidelines to be used within the Childrenís Hospital.
Together with the Rehabilitation Coordinator and partner representatives, participate in relevant national forums (i.e. technical working groups, committees, meetings/workshops, etc.) and actively promote Handicap Internationalís values, approach and methodology related to childrenís access to early detection and early childhood rehabilitation services.
University degree in a relevant subject.
At least 3 years working experience in an INGO or other development organization.
Leadership, ability to work proactively and take initiatives.
Excellent communication skills (English and Lao).
Planning and work plan formulation skills.
Good knowledge of Windows MS Office.
Experience working with an INGO, NGO, CBO or GRO.
Experience in case management approaches
Experience working in hospital context
Experience working with people with disabilities.
Computer experience with databases.
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