Dernek ve Vakıf İş İlanları
İş Açıklamasıİstanbul Levent'te bulunan LÖSEV İrtibat Ofisimizde görevlendirilmek üzere; Vakfımız bünyesinde kayıtlı lösemili ve kanserli hastalarımızın tüm sağlık, eğitim, maddi, ayni ve psikolojik destekleri konularında yapılan çalışmalarda aktif görev alacak çalışma arkadaşları arıyoruz.
Aranan NiteliklerÜniversitelerin Sosyoloji-Sosyal Hizmetler bölümlerinden mezun, En az 2 yıl benzer alanlarda çalışmış, Toplumsal olaylara duyarlı ve bu konularda sorumluluk alabilecek, Esnek çalışma saatlerinde, uzun soluklu çalışabilecek, Hasta ve hasta yakını psikolojisini yönetecek, empati yeteneği güçlü, Takım çalışmasına uyumlu, Erkek adaylar için askerliğini tamamlamış STK'larda KARİYER hedefi olan. Seyahat engeli olmayan, İstanbul'da ikamet eden.
Sektör: Dernek ve Vakıf
İş AçıklamasıJob Description for the recruitment of a Case Manager Location: Istanbul / Turkey Application Deadline: 30 April 2017 Type of Contract: Employment contract / Full time Languages Required: Fluent in Turkish and Arabic, English is an asset Estimated Starting Date: MAY 2017 Duration of Initial Contract: Until 30 JUNE 2017 Main function: Case Manager connects individuals/groups with required and available community resources, Follow-up with beneficiaries and agencies as appropriate to document use and success of referrals. 1. Background Doctors Worldwide Turkey (DWWT) is an international humanitarian aid organization aimed to provide support to communities in need through sustainable medical relief and health based development. By linking medical expertise with cultural knowledge and values, the organization has undertaken numerous projects across Asia, Middle East, Central America and Africa. With support of EU Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection (ECHO), Doctors Worldwide Turkey (DWWT) provides primary health care (PHC) and psycho-social support for refugees in İstanbul. In order to strengthen the structure of the project and to be able to achieve the specific objectives of the intervention, DWWT requires the services of a Healthcare Coordinator. He/she will be under the overall supervision of the Field Coordinator and will work in coordination with the rest of staff of the Project Department. 2. Duties and Responsibilities TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES Properly assess, refer and accompany beneficiaries in need of physical/mental health treatment/support to specialized services. Collaborate with members of an inter-disciplinary team to meet the needs of the individual and the population as a whole. Engage the member, collect relevant physiological/psychosocial information to assist in completion of the assessment, taking into account the cultural and linguistic needs of each member Engage with the member in a variety of settings to establish an effective, professional relationship. Settings for engagement include but are not limited to; hospital, provider office, community agency, member’s home and contact information Participate in the identification and prioritization of the individual’s care management needs and goals in collaboration with the members and caregivers. Gather information to identify and manage barriers to achievement of care plan goals Educate the member and other stakeholders about community resources, etc. Evaluate beneficiary satisfaction through open communication and monitoring tools. Regular travel to conduct member visits, provider visits and community based visits as needed to ensure effective administration of the program. Prepare weekly work plan and organize his/her schedule in order to complete task in an appropriate manner. Perform any other tasks related to the program when required. Participate in internal meetings.
Aranan Nitelikler3. REQUIREMENTS A) Behavior To behave with self-restraint at all times and respect the dignity of the beneficiaries. To believe in concepts of equity, human rights, neutrality and impartiality. Demonstrate strong organisational skills. Demonstrate willingness to improve own knowledge and skills by participating in any capacity building activities. Respect each team member’s position, work and specialty. Adapt to special situations or demands from supervisor. Initiate communication with his/her supervisor in case of difficulties or request for training and support. B) Qualifications University degree in Counselling/Social Work or related fields required. At least 1 year of experience in NGO work. Experience working within the field of Mental Health will be valued. Arabic and Turkish language are mandatory. Ability to cope with difficult security context. Good coordination and communication skills are a key factor to this position. Excellence in organizing, planning and prioritizing tasks. Ability to identify strengths and weakness and in proposing shared solutions for the continuous improvement of providing quality services. Strong ability to observe, analyse, report and take initiative. Ability to work with a team as well as to work independently. Ability to seek, collect, and critically analyse data and information needed to achieve the tasks. Proficiency in Microsoft word and excel. Strong interpersonal relation and communication skills are mandatory Experience in health promotion, organisation and implementation is expected, with at least 1 year professional experience Ability to travel and relocate if requested. 4. Selection Criteria Experience in Case Management or similar positions. (25%) Experience in NGOS and in public health programs. (25%) Knowledge and experience in public health project and reporting (30%) Personal attitude and skills (20%) 5. Submission of applications Interested persons shall submit an updated curriculum vitae and a cover letter, specifying the position they are applying for to Doctors Worldwide at the email: firstname.lastname@example.org Closing time for applications is 30th of April 2017. Only shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview. Notice: DWWT commits to develop and maintain a culture of equality and diversity in employment in which human resources are treated equitably and provided the same opportunities regardless their age, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, physical ability, gender, religion or any other not justifiable criteria. Women are strongly encouraged to apply.
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Pozisyon: Uzman Yard
İş AçıklamasıJob Title : Head of Programs Assistant Department/Country : Program Coordination / Turkey Position Type : Full-Time- (National Position) Job Location : İstanbul (frequent visits to implementing areas ) Reports To : Head of Programs The Assistant is responsible for following the reports of ongoing programs and establishing reporting and evaluation systems, process management, creating program department regulations and other tasks as required. Requirements Provide support and capacity building to Program and Project Coordinators. Conduct monitoring and evaluation for ongoing projects. Revise reports from Program Coordinators and analyze them and submit them to donors and partners in a timely manner. Communicate with donors and other relevant stakeholders (ie, government officials, other NGOs, etc) about project implementation, problems, and questions; keep head of programs apprised of all relevant activities. Represent DWWT in interagency meetings on relevant program areas. Write and submit program reports as required. Write and submit letters of interest, concept papers, and proposals to donors. Remain flexible to perform other duties as required or requested by Head of Programs Other tasks as necessary.
Aranan NiteliklerQualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering At least 3 years of working experience in Process Management and Project Management/Project Cycle Management. Advanced spoken and written English. Effective computer skills, skilled in Microsoft Office applications. Strong interpersonal and communication skills Ability to work under pressure Commitment to upholding DWWT’s Code of conduct and principles
Sektör: Dernek ve Vakıf
Pozisyon: Uzman Yard
İş AçıklamasıFacility Supervisor for Migrant Health Center Location: Istanbul, Gaziantep, Şanliurfa / Turkey Application Deadline: 2 March 2017 Type of Contract: Employment contract / Full time Languages Required: Fluent English and Turkish, Arabic is an asset Estimated Starting Date: March 2017 Duration of Initial Contract: Until 31 May 2017, with possible extension until Dec. 2017 Main function: To support DWWT in the implementation of the project “Support provision of culturally sensitive health services to Syrian refugees through qualifying Syrian staff within the national health system: setting and operating Migrant Health Training Centers (MHTC)” in Turkey. 1. Background Doctors Worldwide Turkey (DWWT) is an international humanitarian aid organization aimed to provide support to communities in need through sustainable medical relief and health based development. By linking medical expertise with cultural knowledge and values, the organization has undertaken numerous projects across Asia, Middle East, Central America and Africa. The current project funded by the World Health Organization and in coordination with the Ministry of Health aims to prepare Syrian doctors and nurses to work within the Turkish medical system in order to increase access to health care by Syrian refugees in a culturally and language responsive manner. In order to strengthen the structure of the project and to be able to achieve the specific objectives of the intervention, DWWT requires the services of 3 Facility Supervisors for Migrant Health Training Center (MHTC) to be located in Istanbul, Gaziantep and Şanliurfa. They will be under the overall supervision of the Project Coordinator and will work in coordination with the rest of the Project staff. 2. Duties and Responsibilities Each Facility Supervisor will report to DWWT’s Project Coordinator and will support the Ministry of Health in the Management of the Migrant Health Center. He/she will be responsible for the following tasks: Center Activity Management Manage day to day activities, logistics and administrative issues of the MHTC Clinics; Ensure the implementation of all the activities and provide response to all requirements and needs at the field level; Coordinate and supervise the work of DWWT staff assigned to the MHTC; Assist when required in HR management: service description, recruitment, induction and trainings; Assist MHTC manager in implementing and keeping up to date Internal Regulations and HR’s administrative issues; Ensure smooth communication with Ministry of Health manager and other personnel in charge of the center, regularly updating DWWT Project Coordinator; Lease with other partners and institutions at field level when requested. Aministration and Logistic With appropriate authorization, follow the execution of the purchase of supplies and arrange delivery in a timely and cost effective manner for logistics hubs; Liaise and co-ordinate with admin team and all relevant departments regarding the requisition, follow up and delivery of goods and keep all parties fully informed of any changes; Manage cash advances for procurements and purchases, when requested, keeping control of receipts, invoices and cash/bank balances; Contribute to guarantee the respect of norms and procedures following donor’s regulations and DWW internal policies; Perform any other duties and tasks that DWWT Management may assign. Reporting Contribute to maintain the accountancy of the project in coordination with the administration team; Prepare accurate reports daily, monthly and periodically as requested by the Project coordinator and admin team.
Aranan Nitelikler3. Candidate’s Profile Education and Experience University Degree in Economics, Administration, Health or related field; At least 4 years’ experience in administrative and logistic roles (2 in a supervising position) in an NGO setting; Experience in Health sector is a plus; Experience in coordination of teams with different cultural background; Proved experience in supply chain management, procurements, warehousing and stock control; Experience with international donors (EU, UN) procedures and guidelines is a plus; Ability to understand the local cultural and political environment and to work with the public sector; Computer proficiency, MS Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and web-based management systems required; Fluency in English and Turkish (Arabic is an asset), and capability to translate both languages. Personal Skills Team player, with good communication and interpersonal skills and ability to establish effective relationships with people of different backgrounds; Strong analytic and synthesis capacity; Ability to work independently, prioritize and to deal with pressure; Availability to travel and relocate if requested; Ability to cope with difficult security contexts; Clear commitment in the project thematics. 4. Selection Criteria Experience in coordination of project, centres or facilities (25%) Experience in NGOS and in community health programs (25%) Knowledge and experience in supervision of administration ad logistic processes (30%) Personal attitude and skills (20%) 5. Submission of applications Applicants shall submit an updated curriculum vitae and a cover letter to Doctors Worldwide at the email: email@example.com specifying in the email subject the position and the location they are applying for (i.e. Facility Manager, Gaziantep). Closing time for applications is on 2nd of March 2017. Only shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview. Notice: DWWT commits to develop and maintain a culture of equality and diversity in employment in which human resources are treated equitably and provided the same opportunities regardless their age, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, physical ability, gender, religion or any other not justifiable criteria. Women are strongly encouraged to apply.
Sektör: Dernek ve Vakıf