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Regional duty of care advisor

Non specifié Bafoussam - Bamenda - Bertoua - Buéa - Douala - Ebolowa - Garoua - Maroua - Ngaoundéré - Yaoundé - International
Date limite de l'offre: vendredi 25 novembre 2022 00:01
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Description du poste

Poste proposé : Regional Duty Of Care Advisor

Descriptif du poste
The Regional Duty of Care Program Advisor will partner closely with IRC’s Duty of Care, HR, and office management teams to provide high-quality technical support and project management for workplace health, employee wellbeing, and critical incident response management across their region. 
Members of the Duty of Care team also participate in one of two sub-committees based upon their career backgrounds. The “Staff Health sub-committee” brings together team members with clinical health backgrounds (Ex: nurses, medical doctors, other health professionals) who help develop the unit’s staff health policies, training materials, and guidance notes. The “Staff wellbeing sub-committee” brings together team members who have experience in Human Resources and mental health professions to develop the unit’s policies, training materials, and guidance notes relating to critical incident response and mental health. Applicants from clinical health, human resources, or mental health backgrounds are welcome to apply for this role! 
Major Responsibilities: 
• Meet regularly with HR and office leaders to develop and advance office level DOC plan 
• Develop and support delivery of special events and activities in the region 
• Support implementation of site level health and safety standards
• Deliver core trainings on a rotating basis and by request
• Promote staff wellbeing and staff health content through a wide variety of creative methods
• Coordinate with vendors on training delivery, translation, and materials development
• Ensure excellent knowledge management for DOC products across languages
• Travel to field sites to deliver training and engage with staff on their needs
• Support the relevant goals of Employee Resource Groups through training and activity support
• Partner with office leaders, S&S, and HR Leaders during and after critical incidents to support their development of comprehensive support plans for affected staff and managers
• Facilitate requests for group counseling sessions made by site level leaders with counseling vendor
• Orient and support leadership in interpreting IRC policies related to infectious disease exposures, outbreak, and natural disasters
• Support offices to navigate risks related to COVID-19 and other pandemics in their workplaces according to organizational models and policies
• Meet with employees who wish to have support with staff health or staff wellbeing matters and provide orientation to the ways in which IRC services, benefits, resources can assist them
• Develop DOC policy and training materials
• Support in the formalization and implementation of local non formal counseling and care resources
• Collaborate with other People & Culture and Organizational partners on shared objectives (Ex: GEDI, Safeguarding, S&S, HR Fundamentals, Learning & Development, etc.)
• Other duties as assigned
Key Working Relationships: 
Position Reports to: Great Lakes Regional HR Director and dotted line to the Senior Director of Duty of Care
Other Internal and/or external contacts: 
Internal: Duty of Care Team members, Regional HR Directors, Senior HR Leaders, Regional Program Office Leaders, Country Directors/ Executive Directors, Country/RAI Office level HR Leaders, GEDI Director
External: Vendors.

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Descriptif du poste
The Regional Duty of Care Program Advisor will partner closely with IRC’s Duty of Care, HR, and office management teams to provide high-quality technical support and project management for workplace health, employee wellbeing, and critical incident response management across their region. 
Members of the Duty of Care team also participate in one of two sub-committees based upon their career backgrounds. The “Staff Health sub-committee” brings together team members with clinical health backgrounds (Ex: nurses, medical doctors, other health professionals) who help develop the unit’s staff health policies, training materials, and guidance notes. The “Staff wellbeing sub-committee” brings together team members who have experience in Human Resources and mental health professions to develop the unit’s policies, training materials, and guidance notes relating to critical incident response and mental health. Applicants from clinical health, human resources, or mental health backgrounds are welcome to apply for this role! 
Major Responsibilities: 
• Meet regularly with HR and office leaders to develop and advance office level DOC plan 
• Develop and support delivery of special events and activities in the region 
• Support implementation of site level health and safety standards
• Deliver core trainings on a rotating basis and by request
• Promote staff wellbeing and staff health content through a wide variety of creative methods
• Coordinate with vendors on training delivery, translation, and materials development
• Ensure excellent knowledge management for DOC products across languages
• Travel to field sites to deliver training and engage with staff on their needs
• Support the relevant goals of Employee Resource Groups through training and activity support
• Partner with office leaders, S&S, and HR Leaders during and after critical incidents to support their development of comprehensive support plans for affected staff and managers
• Facilitate requests for group counseling sessions made by site level leaders with counseling vendor
• Orient and support leadership in interpreting IRC policies related to infectious disease exposures, outbreak, and natural disasters
• Support offices to navigate risks related to COVID-19 and other pandemics in their workplaces according to organizational models and policies
• Meet with employees who wish to have support with staff health or staff wellbeing matters and provide orientation to the ways in which IRC services, benefits, resources can assist them
• Develop DOC policy and training materials
• Support in the formalization and implementation of local non formal counseling and care resources
• Collaborate with other People & Culture and Organizational partners on shared objectives (Ex: GEDI, Safeguarding, S&S, HR Fundamentals, Learning & Development, etc.)
• Other duties as assigned
Key Working Relationships: 
Position Reports to: Great Lakes Regional HR Director and dotted line to the Senior Director of Duty of Care
Other Internal and/or external contacts: 
Internal: Duty of Care Team members, Regional HR Directors, Senior HR Leaders, Regional Program Office Leaders, Country Directors/ Executive Directors, Country/RAI Office level HR Leaders, GEDI Director
External: Vendors.

Critères de l'annonce pour le poste : Regional Duty Of Care Advisor
Métier :
Métiers de la santé et du social
Secteur d´activité :
Activités associatives
Intérim, recrutement
Services collectifs et sociaux, services à la personne
Type de contrat :
CDD
Région :
Bafoussam - Bamenda - Bertoua - Buéa - Douala - Ebolowa - Garoua - Maroua - Ngaoundéré - Yaoundé - International
Niveau d'expérience :
Expérience entre 2 ans et 5 ans
Niveau d'études :
Bac+3
Nombre de poste(s) : 1
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