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URGENT: Save the Children Mali Recruits a CMAM Surge Expert

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Diane Moyer

SAVE THE CHILDREN

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23 Apr 2018, 10:39

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As part of the scaling up of the CMAM Surge approach in Mali, with the financial support of ECHO, SCI is recruiting an expert in CMAM Surge based in Bamako for a period of 1 year.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND MAIN TASKS:
1. Capacity building of actors
- Develop curriculum and materials for trainer training of CMAM Surge Focal Points
- Ensure the preparation and logistical organization of the training of trainers
- Facilitate training of trainers including pre / post tests
- Write the training report
2. Strategic Planning and Technical Leadership for Upgrading the CMAM Surge Approach
- Develop the scaling plan jointly with partners including monitoring and success indicators and monitor them
- Provide high quality technical assistance to partners through remote and on-site monitoring
- Support the partners in the facilitation of the workshops of the different sessions (Risk analysis, capacities, establishment of thresholds, definition of Surge actions, finalization, budgeting and financing of actions, and formalization of commitments)
2. Evaluation & Capitalization
- Support partners in the development of implementation reports of the CMAM Surge approach
- Promote good practices and shared learning with other implementing actors during the exercise
- Produce a capitalization report on scaling the CMAM Surge approach

3. Representation and Coordination
- Work closely with the State including the Ministry of Health and its various members for effective implementation of interventions;
- In conjunction with the Advocacy team, support advocacy for the CMAM Surge Scaling Plan in coordination meetings and technical working groups, as well as other appropriate types of fora at the circle, regional, and other levels. national and international;
- Participate in the meetings of the working groups and steering committees on the CMAM Surge approach at both national and regional level and ensure a coordinated and harmonized approach to the process;
- Maintain regular, close and constructive contacts with Save the Children's technical assistants and national partners to ensure compliance of the Program's efforts with national and international standards;
- Work closely with Country Office Health and Nutrition Advisors on all technical issues related to the Program;
4. Supervision and development of the staff
- Supervise the national manager of the CMAM Surge scaling program
- Develop the technical and managerial capacities of the national manager for a transfer of responsibilities

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
- Have a master's degree in Public Health (or equivalent)
- At least 5 years of professional experience in strengthening health systems in general and the CMAM Surge approach in particular
- At least 3 years of professional experience integrating the management of acute malnutrition into health systems
- At least 3 years of professional experience in building the capacity of state and international partners
- Experience in planning and funding emergency response plans for health systems
- Experience in facilitating workshops to produce evidence and lessons learned
- Be familiar with Mali's national policies and strategies on health, nutrition and gender
- Have a perfect command of French and an effective operational competence of English;
- Ability to interact positively with a multitude of partners from different horizons
- Proactive and decisive behavior.
- Have experience in creating training materials, facilitation, adult training and communication;
- Experience in writing reports and other technical notes for different types of audiences.

Applications must be sent no later than 28/04/2018 at 5 pm sharp only via the following email address: mali.recruitment@savethechildren.org

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