SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Applications reviewed until filled
For your candidacy to be considered you must have this application completed and the linked RFP form submitted.
The work location for the consultancy will be Chisinau (Moldova), with possible trips into Ukraine and Romania. Any domestic or international travel required by Medical Teams to complete activities in the consultancy, as agreed in the work plan, will be paid by Medical Teams.
Responsible for leading the start-up and implementation of the Medical Teams International program design, development, and strategy for the Ukraine Response in Moldova and Ukraine.
SCOPE OF WORK:
Expectations for this short-term contract are outlined broadly in this agreement. This role with Medical Teams is a dynamic one and undertaken in a resource-challenged setting, thus this position requires flexibility. The broad outline of activities offered below recognizes that details may change in order to address needs identified in the field. Activities enumerated below are to be undertaken in a remote location, with possible need to travel between sites. These activities will take place at a minimum between June 20 to September 20, 2022.
The consultant will serve in the role of Team Lead for a minimum duration of 1 month and possibly up to 3 months. Expected hours per week are likely to be 40 hours or more. The consultant will be flexible, able to manage time; and be prepared to tackle other tasks commensurate with role, and level of experience, on short notice.
- Developed staffing plan, organizational charts, and budget plan that supports a relevant and effective health response strategy that is institutionally funded.
- Establishment of HR, Finance, IT and Logs support functions and staff, including work plans and timelines
- Execute team leadership and communication through coordinated meetings, developed work plans, and project assignments.
- Developed a strong reputation of engagement within the humanitarian community through coordination mechanisms and leadership on response wide issues.