MSF recruits 01 Project coordinator CENTRAL AMERICA
Being an MSF Project Coordinator is a truly stimulating and rewarding experience. You will plan, manage and develop our field projects, ensuring that all the departments work together to provide high-quality care, whatever the needs.Today our needs for Project Coordinators are based mainly in Central America projects. You will work closely with the country coordination team to manage the project operations, team and security.Working with MSF is helping people in danger in the field. Your skills are needed in the context of primary health care (natural catastrophes, population displacements), chronic conflicts or within the scope of particular medical projects.By joining MSF, you are committing yourself to a recognized international associative movement, with a specific approach to humanitarian help. You advocate for the situations you have seen on the field. You benefit from a personalized carrier follow-up; you develop competencies and on the long term gain responsibilities. Represent MSF within the scope of the project, in close consultation with the Head of MissionDevelop institutional contacts with national partners at the project level (civil society, civil and military authorities, local NGOs, Ministry of Health representatives, etc.) as well as with media in order to obtain all information and agreements necessary to integrate MSF programs into the local context and improve the target population’s awareness of themMonitor the political and humanitarian situation in the project region to ensure that MSF’s charter, policies and image are respected with regard to national staff, populations, authorities and partnersTogether with the project team, evaluate needs by identifying the health status of the target population, by analysing the context (environment, actors involved, negotiations for access, etc.) and associated risks and constraints in order to define project priorities and goals, and calculate what material, human and financial resources are neededDefine medical operational strategies and oversee the entire project management (logistics, paramedical, medical, HR, finance, advocacy and communication activities)Implement security guidelines and ensure staff and project securityPropose and carry out exploratory missionsOversee correct application of HR policies and associated processes (recruitment, training, briefing/debriefing, evaluations, potential, detection, staff development and internal communication)Ensure that the team works together at the various stages of project cycle managementDepending on our activities and needs, your responsibilities may be adapted and evolve according to the specificities of each project.You will not be facing these challenges alone-other MSF team members, both international and locally hired staff, will provide technical support, including extensive guidelines and protocols.
Expériences / Formation
Expériences / Formation:Experience At least two years working in MSF missions in various types of contexts, or equivalent experience as a Field Coordinator with another NGO Languages Fluency in Spanish (minimum C1) and English (minimum B2) Knowledge Computer literacy Competencies Commitment to MSF’s work and values Strong team player Willingness to work in all kinds of contexts worldwide, including unstable areas Adaptable and able to work in a multicultural team Flexible and able to manage stress Self-driven with a solution-oriented approach Ability to train others Availibility ASAP preferably but later also as recurrent needs: 9 to 12 months for Honduras / minimum 6 months for other projects Desirable skills International Experience in various types of contexts // Higher education degree (social sciences, international relations or another relevant field)