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Medical Officer position open at International Medical Corps

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Medical Officer position open at International Medical Corps, June 17 2022
Organization: International Medical Corps
Position: Medical Officer
Deadline: 06.26.2022
Employment: Full time
Location: South Wello ( Tawuladere, Ambasel, Dessie Zuria & Worebabu Woredas)

Job Description:


Vacancy Announcement


Job Title: Medical Officer X4
Reference number: Vac/0200/22
Vacancy posting date: June   16, 2022
Closing Date:         June  26, 2022
Duty Station:
South Wello ( Tawuladere, Ambasel, Dessie Zuria & Worebabu Woredas)
Duration of Employment Nine  Month
Employment Type: Fixed term
Salary: As per the organization scale

International Medical Corps never asks job applicants for a fee, payment, or other monetary transaction. If you are asked for money in connection with this recruitment, please report to International Medical Corps at the website provided at the end of this document.

About International Medical Corps

A preeminent First Responder, International Medical Corps provides emergency relief to those hit by disaster, and offers the skills needed to rebuild stronger. We train people – giving communities the tools and knowledge to be self-reliant and be their own best First Responders when disaster strikes again.

International Medical Corps focuses on the delivery of community-based primary health care.  We emphasize training and education, and prioritize hiring local staff – in fact, 96% of our field-based staff and health professionals are recruited from the local community. This helps to ensure that skills and knowledge are passed on and remain long after our programs have ended. Through the integration of specialties like emergency medicine, women’s health, nutrition services, water and sanitation, and mental health into the primary health care setting, we ensure that those we serve receive holistic, comprehensive care. The value of International Medical Corps’ integrated approach to community health and well-being and our emphasis on capacity building through training are critical for the long-term growth of ‘conflict and natural disaster-affected communities’ and ‘fragile states’.

Job Summary:


The position holder shall be in charge of technical quality implementation and delivery clinical services at the assigned hospital. S/He will mainly be responsible for the day-to-day clinical service implementation at the assigned Hospital or PHCU. Provide adult consultation for acute and life-threatening illnesses treatment, safe motherhood, and child health consultation. In addition, the position holder is also expected to provide supervision, technical assistance, and capacity building to Health workers in health facilities. He will also be responsible for day to day documentation of children and adults treated.



  • Improving basic preventive health care at community level in line with public health emergency management with emphasis in health especially commonly occurring epidemic diseases under surveillance.
  • Conduct & undertake PHC services like consultation & provide proper treatment for acute and life threatening  illnesses based on the protocol
  • Strengthening of linkages and coordination mechanisms between community and the Woreda health bureaus
  • Strengthening of early referrals mechanism.
  • Ensure all referral cases are properly transported to the nearest or woreda capital health facility based on the availability of ambulance and seriousness of the illness.
  • Train and support the HEWs on prevention and response of major diseases under surveillance and in severe acute malnutrition case management and follow-up (e.g., referral to SC) according to national guidelines.
  • Train and support community-based volunteer health workers for the implementation of the community component of the project.
  • Conduct planning and promotion of awareness creation on nutrition and preventative health care issues in the community.


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Job Requirements:

Job Requirement


  • College Degree in public Health or Nursing and with valid registration/practicing license.


  • At least two years of experience in the field out of which one year NGO experience in the field is preferred.
  • Experienced working at the primary health care unit (Health center) outpatient department managing patients and other health program implementation an, training of health workers, etc.
  • Good written and spoken ability of the local language
  • Extremely flexible, able to work independently, and have the ability to cope with stressful situations and frustrations.
  • Interest in and ability to work in team.
  • Good organizational and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability and willingness to work in remote and potentially insecure environments.

If you are asked for money in connection with this recruitment, please notify International Medical Corps at[email protected].

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How To Apply:

How to apply

Interested applicants who meet the above requirements should submit their application letter by clearly stating the position that you are applying for and CV  before June 26, 2022.

                           Female candidates are highly encouraged to apply.

                  Applicants from South Wollo and its surrounding are advantageous   

                             Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Note: IMC is equal opportunity employer and hence candidate from all background: religion, ethnic group, qualified women and people living with disabilities, etc are all encouraged to apply.

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