JOB Vacancy Announcement #: 4181
Job Title: Infection Prevention and Control Officer
Application deadline: 10.12.2020
o Nurse, midwife or pharmacist (or equivalent) diploma.
o Experience in IPC in health settings.
o IPC validated diploma.
o Relevant experience training on IPC.
o Experience in OT, Intensive Care Unit.
o Previous working experience working with NGOs.
o Familiar with COVID-19 PPE and its use.
Arabic (fluent) and English (fluent – desirable).
Providing technical supervision and expertise, support, training and guidance to the staff on IPC
related issues using existing tools such as audits, checklist, surveillance, etc. and developing
training plan and materials as required.
In collaboration with health facilities focal points, PHC managers, ensuring and maintaining the
implementation of the standard precautions in health structures in all departments including
sterilization, laundry and kitchen.
According to WHO/ RI protocols ensure the implementation of correct ‘clean and dirty flows’ inside
the health facility. Ensuring that the environmental standards in the facility are respected and
together with the PHC managers, health officers and WASH monitor, that the essential
requirements are available in the health structures.
In collaboration with PHC managers and pharmacist officers, prepare lists of the needed IPC
supplies for COVID -19 in particular and Check the consumption and the quality of IPC materials
and equipment, including cleaning materials and equipment, PPE.
Setting up regular monitoring mechanisms for IPC activities, analyzing the results, identifying
priorities and proposing solutions when necessary.
Establishing, maintaining and improving surveillance systems for health care associated infections
in the facility.
Setting up mechanisms for the implementation and monitoring of the adherence to additional
precautions for air, droplet and contact transmissible diseases when indicated, adapting general
guidelines to the health facility realities, putting isolation algorithms in place and ensuring
adequate nosocomial outbreak detection and response
Guaranteeing compliance to aseptic care techniques and to the correct use of antiseptics,
disinfectants and detergents.
Participate with the PHC managers, health officers and WASH monitors in developing and following
up the Infection Control Action Plan.
Reporting any irregularities to the COVID-19 coordinator, and proposes immediate actions when
Producing reports with information recommendations for the monthly medical reporting. Follows
up and consolidates data from different teams.
Planning and supervising, with the support of HR department, the associated HR processes
(recruitment, training/induction, evaluation, potential detection, motivation, development and
internal communication) of the staff in the project under his/her responsibility, in order to ensure
having the appropriate team in terms of size, capabilities and skills.
Note: IPC standard precautions include Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), hand hygiene,
prevention of accidental exposure to body fluids, barrier nursing, safe and appropriate treatment
of re-usable medical devices, waste management, cleaning and disinfection of surface and
environment, respiratory hygiene and individual hygiene for staff, caretakers and patients IPC
essential requirements include water supply, solid waste and waste water treatment/disposal,
latrines and shower facilities, dead bodies management, vector control and medical waste
Advertiser : Confidntial
Duty Station: Hasaka
How to Apply:
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