Doctor In Charge of ICRC Personnel in the Field

Dragon Recruiting

UAE

Posted
Ref: RP245-542

Job description / Role

Dragon Recruiting has a fantastic opportunity for Doctor in charge of ICRC personnel in the field to work with one of the prestigious healthcare organization in UAE.

Dragon Recruiting is an International Recruitment and HR Consultants with two corporate offices in London and Dubai and over 50 representative offices across 8 regions of the world.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• Promote and apply preventive health policies and activities e.g. regarding insect borne diseases, diarrhoea, use of condoms, alcohol, etc. for ICRC staff
• Evaluate and supervise the quality of medical services provided in the centres of referral structures selected for treatment of ICRC staff
• Ensure appropriate management of ICRC staff with physical or mental health problems
• Act as focal point for coordination of medical evacuations of ICRC staff
• Carry out health briefings for all new ICRC staff
• Assess and supervise living conditions in the sub-delegations, to prevent ill health and promote good standards of general hygiene (housing, use of mosquito-nets when indicated, use of water filter, hygiene standards of cooks and cleaners, nutritional advice)
• Evaluate medical structures and quality of services provided; identify and monitor services for referral and treatment of ICRC staff using a standardised assessment tool
• Provide advice and support to ICRC staff with health problems; where necessary organize medical consultation and accompany ICRC staff as appropriate, follow-up on-site the medical problem until resolution
• In collaboration with field and logistics, provide advice on medical needs of ICRC staff during transportation and coordinate medical evacuations from the field to the capital. Liaise with HQ and coordinate at a local level in the case of repatriation of personnel out of the country
• In collaboration with management and logistics, compile guidelines and procedures to be followed during medical evacuation of personnel from the field or out of the country
• Set up means to identify the causes of recurrent or epidemic illness amongst ICRC staff
• In collaboration with management and in line with ICRC stress policy, develop, implement and follow specific stress management interventions
• Collect accurate and reliable data pertaining to illnesses, accidents and absenteeism, with a view to providing statistics on illnesses and the medical risks taken by expatriates on mission and, if possible, delegation employees

• Report to the management and provide feedback and recommendations on issues related to the health of the staff in the Delegation
• Carry out defusing and emotional debriefing following critical incidents in the field and follow up in case further intervention is required.

BENEFITS

• Excellent benefits as per company policy

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

• Strongly motivated by humanitarian work
• Able to work under pressure in a potentially dangerous environment
• Ability to work effectively and harmoniously with colleagues from varied cultures and professional backgrounds
• Ability to organise and carry out work with minimal supervision, with high sense of responsibility
• Ability to analyse health problems in the field and to propose appropriate solutions
• Ability to summarise for rapid decision making
• Good sense of organisation and planning
• Good communication skills are essential
• Medical diploma with at least 3 years clinical experience
• Experience in medical evacuation and transportation
• Knowledge of tropical health and public health
• Very good written and oral communication skills in English and French ICRC experience is an asset
• Proficient user of IT tools (Word, Excel etc)

Requirements

• Strongly motivated by humanitarian work
• Able to work under pressure in a potentially dangerous environment
• Ability to work effectively and harmoniously with colleagues from varied cultures and professional backgrounds
• Ability to organise and carry out work with minimal supervision, with high sense of responsibility
• Ability to analyse health problems in the field and to propose appropriate solutions
• Ability to summarise for rapid decision making
• Good sense of organisation and planning
• Good communication skills are essential
• Medical diploma with at least 3 years clinical experience
• Experience in medical evacuation and transportation
• Knowledge of tropical health and public health
• Very good written and oral communication skills in English and French ICRC experience is an asset
• Proficient user of IT tools (Word, Excel etc)

About the Company

Dragon Recruiting is a leading international staffing and recruitment company, head-quartered in London, with further offices all over the globe. Our clients range from numerous well known UK and international businesses. We also represent a wide range of less well known clients - helping them to find staff for their businesses around the world.

As an international recruitment agency, our clients benefit from a vast network of human resource specialists who attract, cultivate and connect organisations to talent in both global and local markets. Our unrivalled

scope of services and global reach allow us to share candidates and roles across borders. With greater coverage and tools, we can ensure our clients and candidates all get the best outcome for their recruitment needs.

With experience of over 3 decades we are recruiting more than 10,000 workers annually to and from the UK, USA and the Middle East and several other Asian countries. We specialize in the placement of candidates in permanent, contract, temporary and interim positions with clients around the world.

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Doctor salaries in UAE

Average monthly compensation
AED 20,500

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