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Purpose of the post

The ICRC Medical officer responsible will work in the ICRC supported health facilities in Tribal districts in close collaboration with the Tribal district health authorities and health staff to improve the quality of health care in the supported areas. Main tasks are to contribute to the analysis of the gaps in terms of the secondary health care and propose possible solutions (management of human resources, drugs, equipment, training plan, procurement process and other activities related to the ICRC supported areas) and conduct regular field visit and monitor activities in supported areas.



  • Supports the Head of Secondary Health Care in analysing operational challenges- offers tangible solutions aimed at improving quality of health care.

  • Supports the Head of Secondary Health Care in developing and implementation of secondary health care project model in Tribal districts.

  • Monitors quality, relevance and implementation of the ICRC supported health activities, under the guidance of the Head of Secondary health of ICRC Peshawar Sub-delegation.

  • Works in collaboration with Tribal districts health authorities and PRC medical teams involved in Emergency response.

  • Contributes to the running of the health project in general to meet the objectives of the project.

  • Facilitates collaboration with the different stakeholders involved in the M&E plan and management meetings.

  • Monitor and evaluate the project using Result Based Management (RBM) tool.



  • Valid medical degree (MBBS) as per Pakistan Medical Dental Council with Public Health Background.

  • Minimum 4 years humanitarian work experience in a similar field of activity.

  • Good knowledge of public health, and local health services, staff and system.

  • Very good knowledge of spoken and written English.

  • Good interpersonal communication skills.

  • Very good computer literacy.

  • Good rigor, method and analytical skills.

  • Management skills.


  • Multinational and multicultural working environment in a congenial setting.

  • Competitive package.

  • Extensive opportunities for learning and development through internal and external sources.

Are you the person we are looking for? Then please submit your cover letter and complete application on brightspyre.comby latest by 28.03.2019

We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture, as the diversity of ICRC is critical to our acceptance and the quality of our activities. We encourage individuals from different genders, and backgrounds, as well as people with disabilities, to apply for this position.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.