Respect internal organization rules and working hours
Ensuring adequate supplies are maintained for routine activities
Ensuring that staff are conducting their activities according to the Scope of program
Reporting all issues or developments to the supervisor.
Ensuring and maintaining records, files, and documents of the clients in an organized and secure manner.
Organize and attend weekly and monthly staff meetings
Distributing the contact numbers of district RRTs to the people
Maintain and communicate through available channels of communications
Early detection and surveillance of cases at community level
Report immediately all suspected cases
Contact tracing of identified cases according to MoPH guidelines
Follow up suspected cases for home quarantine through CHWs and refer them
Deliver essential health service at district centres level to infected people of COVID-19 according to WHO guideline and refer severe cases to COVID-19 hospitals
Infection prevention and control measures at the health facilities level
Provision of triage, applying standard precautions for all patients
Provision of Monthly Activity Progress Report.
Provision of daily reporting as per the surveillance guideline of COVID-19.
Provision of any other report requested by supervisor.
Sanayee Development Organization (SDO) is an Afghan development NGO, established in 1990 in Peshawar – Pakistan, to serve Afghan refugees in that area. SDO takes its name from Hazrat Abu-ul-Majad Majdod Ibn-e-Adam, well known as Hazrat Hakeem Sanayee, (1088 – 1166 A.D), one of Afghanistan’s most outstanding poets.
In 2002, SDO expanded its services and relocated to Kabul – Afghanistan, with the mission to contribute to the emergence of a peaceful, developed and self-sustaining Afghan society through the provision of services to vulnerable and disadvantaged people in remote and underserved rural areas of Afghanistan in the sectors of Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation, Health, Education and Community Development.
Over time, SDO has established an extensive field presence and has implemented projects in 22 of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces. Today, SDO continues to operate in nine provinces in the northern, western, eastern and southern regions of the country. In all its works, SDO applies a participatory, community-based approach to development, working with community-based organizations, as well as relevant sub-national government bodies.
SDO is an active member of major civil society networks at national, regional and international levels.
SDO is the BPHS implementer in three provinces and EPHS implementer in one province and looking for qualified person to be responsible for Grants/Reporting activities and its management at national level.
Graduate from a recognized medical university
At least 2 years’ relevant experience in the field of medical
Excellent interpersonal skills
Worked as a medical doctor in a hospital will be preferable
Have a good communication skills written and verbal in Pashto, Dari and English
Interested applicants are invited to send their resume along with cover letter to:
The closing date is 5/Dec/ 2020. Please ensure your application email has the subject heading including the (Title of vacancy and vacancy number).
Only those applicants selected for a written test/interview will be notified.
For more information about SDO please visit http://sanayee.org.af/