Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRCS) is volunteer based humanitarian organization throughout the whole country acting with and for the most vulnerable at all times. MRCS initial Salary determination will be calculated depending on applicant's competencies and experiences. Benefit Package consists of Paid Medical, Annual, Casual Leave, On-Duty for Training, Provide Cost Living Allowance, Accommodation Allowance& Hardship Allowance for specific area, Training and Development Opportunities, Promotion and Management Development.
Purpose of Job: Bench Worker is to assist and implement Hpa‐an Orthopedic Rehabilitation Centre’s Bench work activities within the Framework of the MRCS policies and procedures and in accordance with the fundamental principles of the Red Cross Movements.
ation of the outreach program's operational activities in the region covered as agreed upon, according to the program objectives and established criteria for selection procedures of amputees.
Follow up of the care and treatment at the hospital site for the Outreach Prosthetic Programme beneficiaries accommodated there, according to established guidelines.
Standard function description:
a) Institutional Responsibilities:
1. As MRCS representative, perform all tasks and duties related to the Outreach
Prosthetic Program in accordance with the Fundamental Principles of the Red Cross/ Red Crescent Movement, the program's objectives and the criteria for identification and selection of amputees.
2. Act as a focal person for dissemination and promotion of the Outreach
Prosthetic Program among the population in general, but with special attention to medical institutions, authorities and/or any recognised organisations and individuals linked with programs concerning amputees.
b) Management Responsibilities:
Plan all field activities related to the identification and selection of amputees within the referral area, Service provider
Formulate yearly and quarterly plans of action for field visits.
To participate regular meeting with all collaborators for a proper activities follow–up.
Liaise with the different ethnic, religious and political groups for collection of all information on
amputees, within the target area
Ensure that all collection of amputees is carried out in accordance with the objectives and selection criteria of the program
Develop, together with the MRCS branches, a waiting -list system and keep it updated
amputees arriving on their own, with appropriate information about the O PP and its functioning Assist amputees with their transfer to another hospital, if this is required
2 Organise, together with MRCS branches and other recognised organisations/ institutions,
the collection and transportation of amputees consistent with the capacity
Ensure that the Service Provider is informed about number and timing of
amputees arriving organise transportation, food and accommodation as well as medical assistance if necessary, for the amputees during their trips
Ensure that all amputees receive proper assistance during their journey to the HORC and on their way back .
3 Ensure proper management of the financial resources allocated to the activities:
Estimate the cost before each field trip and request the working advance accordingly
Ensure that the means of
transport used are the most appropriate (e.g. price vs. time)
P rovide the amputees with necessary allowances and ensure they sign a receipt
Calculate the cost of the return trip for amputees and provid e them with necessary means, after prosthetic treatment
Settle all working advances after each trip, with detailed list of expenditure and respective original vouchers
Ensure that reimbursements are made according to established procedures and in a timely manner
Subm it monthly expenditure reports with all the necessary supportive documents, to the ICRC prosthetist assigned to monitor the PRP.
Prepare the annual plan of action and budget for the program.
4 Liaise with the MRCS for all matters relevant to the Outreach Program:
Update the program with regards to achievements, problems and constraints concerning
the collection of amputees
Produce regular reports on the program activities
Participate in meetings related to the program and implement the decisions taken
Assess, through all established contacts, number and location of potential
amputees and forward to program coordinator
Share all project related information with the MRCS
P rosthetist assigned to monitor the PRP.
6 Follow up of
OPP beneficiaries at the ward of the HORC Report on the cleanliness of the ward, the appropriate arrangement of beds and the proper utilisation and safety of furniture and all other belongings of the ward Report on the appropriateness and sufficiency of food provided to the amputees and the hygienic conditions of the food preparation and storage area Compile and submit to the ICRC Prosthetist assigned to monitor the PRP, the MS and the list of amputees admitted and discharged, on a monthly basis Plan arrangements for accommodation of amputees with the Service Provider concerned Ensure that amputees are well informed about the rules and regulations governing the patient's ward Ensure that the amputees are provided with all basic amenities (hygiene kit, blanket etc), upon arrival at the ward Refer any serious matter to the ICRC Prothetist assigned to monitor the Head of PRP and the Manager.
c) Operational Responsibilities:
1 Perform field missions to selected areas for identification, selection and
transportation of amputees:
Plan and carry out all field missions for the
selection and transportation of amputees in the program area
Coordinate with MRCS volunteers and other recognised partner agencies participating in the program activities
Respect the waiting list established in collaboration with MRCS branches
Ensure that amputees referred by ICRC delegates or other informed partners, are equally considered in the identification and selection process 1 Perform field missions to disseminate on the O PP Plan and carry out all field missions for the promotion of the OPP Identify MRCS branches that need proper training on OPP issues 3 Assistance to ICRC expatriate team
Updates the ICRC regarding the achievements, problems, constraints related to the overall functioning of the O
Advices the ICRC team on matters relating to the socio-politico-economic situations affecting the region
Furnishes statistics and other data required by the ICRC team
Contributes to facilitates communications with any HORC 's interlocutors by acting as interpreter.
Report to the
Head of administration and finance about missing or broken material, tools and machinery.
Inform on time the
Head of administration and finance about holidays planning / absentness / sickness.
Be aware of the HORC objectives and activities
Understands the three components of the Red Crescent Movement
Applies the security rules at all times
Respects and observes the staff regulations of the MRCS, Myanmar
Reports on occurred problems without delay
The employee may be asked to perform duties and task not covered in this job description as well as to provide support to other
departments when necessary.
Minimum Required knowledge & Experience :
Ÿ Myanmar National
3 5- 55 years old, Male
Ÿ University degree
3 years work experiences in a similar field
Ÿ Able to communicate ( written and spoken English ),Myanmar and Kayin preferable
Ÿ Good management skills
Ÿ Good negotiation skills
Ÿ Capacity to work independently
Ÿ Ability and willingness to travel
Ÿ Resident in Hpa-an vicinity
Ÿ Red Cross Volunteers are preferable
Application process: Please send your application letter, CV, and related documents to;
Head Office: Branch Office:
Myanmar Red Cross Society Myanmar Red Cross Society
Razathingaha Road, Dekhinathiri, No. 42, Red Cross Building,
Nay Pyi Taw. Kannar/Strand Road,
Or Email: email@example.com Botahtaung Township, Yangon.
For more information and application, please visit to the www.redcross.org.mm .