National Health Systems Resource Centre(NHSRC) Recruitment 2015 – 01 Vacancy – Monitor – MS/MD,Post Graduate

National Health Systems Resource Centre(NHSRC)    has issued a recruitment notification for the recruitment of Monitor  through recruitment notification . Candidates who have completed MS/MD,Post Graduate can apply for the new recruitment notification from Shivaji University(SUK).

Eligible candidates can apply online for the Monitor  Job on or before 18/9/2015. Find more information about the vacancy like Age limit, Selection Process, Qualification, Application fee, How to apply etc can be found below.

Company Name :National Health Systems Resource Centre(NHSRC)
Vacancy Name : Monitor
Educational Qualification : MS/MD,Any Post Graduate
Total No of Vacancy : 01 post
Salary : NA
Job Location : New Delhi
Last Date to Apply for this job : 18/9/2015
Address for the Job Vacancy :National Health Systems Resource Centre,New Delhi

Detail of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Monitor  Recruitment:
Purpose of Assignment:

  1. Following the Government of India ‘Call to Action (CTA) Summit’ on 7-9 February 2013, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) launched a 3 year national campaign focussing on Reproductive Maternal Newborn & Child Health + Adolescents (RMNCH+A) focussing on health and health-related systems strengthening(including Nutrition, WASH, etc.) to influence key interventions for the prevention and treatment of diseases that result in unacceptable levels of under-five mortality and morbidity in India’s high risk and vulnerable communities.
  2. The overarching goal of the RMNCH+A campaign is to ensure that India accelerates progress to achieve the 12th
  3. Five Year Plan goal of Under-5 Mortality at 33 deaths for 1,000 live births by 2017, and, in the longer term achieve the U5MR goal of 20 per 1,000 live births by 2035, as per “A Promise Renewed” in Washington (June 2013).
  4. The RMNCH+A Initiative, comprising interventions and a robust communication campaign, is to be implemented in all States, with specific focus on 184 high priority districts, selected on the basis of the health and social indicators for children and their mothers.
  5. UNICEF is the lead partner in Assam with six (6) High Priority Districts (HPDs), viz. Nagaon, Golaghat, Kokrajhar, Dhubri, Hailakandi and Karimganj. In addition, the scope of the RMNCH+A strategy encompasses cross sectoral convergence, notably with Nutrition, WASH, C4D and Advocacy/Communications for equity planning,implementation and monitoring.
  6. To accelerate achievement of RMNCH+A indicators in the very low performing districts, UNICEF as the State Lead Partner is expected to provide high-end technical assistance through a Consultant to the State NHM and the Directorate of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of Assam. This specific support will aim at building capacity of the district health managers/supervisors to:
  7.  Support district level processes for health systems strengthening, including bottleneck/gap & resources analysis and, based on findings, support the development of District RMNCH+A action plans (including the SBCC component)
  8.  Identify capacity gaps and facilitate on-the-job capacity-building of RMNCH+A and related service providers at various levels
  9. Co-ordinate periodic review and analysis of data received from district and block levels, including validation as appropriate
  10. Contribute to evidence-based planning and budgeting of NRHM Assam PIP, including appropriate budget allocations for HPDs
  11. Co-ordinate supportive supervision and concurrent monitoring initiatives, and undertake field monitoring to districts, as and when required
  12.  Establish and co-ordinate linkages with other related line departments (ICDS, SABLA, PHED among others) as well as professional bodies, CSOs, etc.

2. Major tasks to be accomplished:

  1. . Support district level processes for health systems strengthening, including bottleneck/gap & resource analysis and, based on findings, support the development of District RMCNH+A action plan,including SBCC component, whenever required
  2.  As part of the district team, support data compilation and validation, initiation of gaps identification jointly with NHM/DPMU, District M&E Officer, District Media Expert and other line departments and professional bodies.
  3.  Support the JD (Health), District Program Officers, DPMU, District M&E Officer & District Media Expert to identify district level bottlenecks
  4. Support the design of strategies to address district bottlenecks
  5.  Assist in developing strategies for district feedback to Deputy Commissioner and related district officials, including an update on the first district exercise to validate methodology and outcomes
  6.  In co-ordination with the District Health teams, provide technical inputs for the development of District Action Plan-cum-Monitoring Framework, including budgets and timelines
  7.  Visit the delivery points in the districts regularly and support creating model labour rooms.
  8.  Facilitate and Participate in monthly reviews at District and Quarterly at the state and reporting processes at the district level
  9.  Identify capacity gaps and facilitate on-the-job capacity-building of RMNCH+A and related service providers at district, block and facility levels
  10.  Assessment of training requirements based on block monitoring reports and field visits undertaken
  11.  Provide inputs and co-ordinate the development of a training plan for health and other related service providers in the district, including the SBCC component Facilitate the trainings as planned, and ensure appropriate participation from district and block levels, including resource
  12. Prepare a line list of the staff trained at various skills at the various health facility and report every quarterly
  13. Facilitate the gap analysis of RMNCH+A implementation among the excluded communities in Char areas and tea garden communities
  14. Facilitate rational deployment of skilled staff to the high burden facilities and delivery points
  15.  Co-ordinate district-level compilation, periodic review and analysis of data received from block level,including validation as appropriate
  16.  Support the JD(Health) and DPMU to regularly map, collect and update health data using various sources including HMIS, MCTS, SABLA, etc.
  17. Using the available information/data, provide periodic support to district health team and partners to improve the quality of data (HMIS data entry at health facility level, followed by analysis at district level), and establish a system of period feedback to improve regular reporting systems In consultation with the State RMNCH+A unit the JD (Health) and DPMU, facilitate capacity-building sessions on data management and analysis for health care providers, data entry staff, frontline workers, supervisors, etc.
  18.  Contribute to evidence-based planning and budgeting of District PIP
  19.  Using the outcomes of the district gap analysis, block monitoring reports and in consultation with available experts, support JD(Health) and DPMU at district-level to undertake evidence-based planning and budgeting for the Programme Implementation Plan (PIP), as per the RMNCH+Aguidelines
  20. Undertake supportive supervision and concurrent monitoring initiatives, including field monitoring of low performing blocks, on a regular basis Support District teams (supervisors and other partners) in the planning and execution of supportive supervision of health facilities at all levels, focussing on those that are poor performing, on a monthly basis, as per requirement.
  21. Assist with the compilation, reporting and dissemination of the supportive supervision results, thus ensuring that the feedback is acted upon
  22. Provide on-the-job coaching to health care providers and frontline functionaries during the supportive supervision visits.
  23. Participate in district-level reviews to ensure continuity in supportive supervision and concurrent monitoring of interventions.
  24. VI. In consultation with the State RMCNH+A unit, facilitate linkages with other related line departments at the district level (ICDS, SABLA, PHED among others) including Medical Colleges and other professional bodies, CSOs, etc.
  25. Interact with the district ICDS and PHE teams to harmonise efforts focussed on RMNCH+A interventions and facilitate convergence among these departmentsCo-ordinate with district units of professional bodies (Medical Colleges, IAP, FOGSI, etc), training institutions (SIHFW), and NGOs, to bring in their technical inputs for the implementation of RMNCH+A at facility and community levels
  26. Support the State RMNCHA Unit in the following thematic areas at the district level
  27.  Support implementation of GOI Best Practices & New Initiatives
  28. Reproductive and Adolescent Health
  29. Facilitate district for increasing PPIUCD insertion in high case load facilities
  30.  Support in timely submission of monthly performance to state
  31. Support district for proper estimation of essential commodities under reproductive and adolescent healthSupport district for holding of monthly DLC meeting and timely submission of quarterly report on CAC to sta Support district in implementation of RKSK and support in strengthening Facility and Community Based services under RKSK
  32. Support the district in implementation of WIFS as well facilitate convergence between the line departments
  33. Support the DHS in preparing timely submission of monthly utilization report of Menstrual Hygiene Scheme
  34.  Maternal Health
  35. Implementation of MDR, E- MDR and rolling out of newer maternal health guideline. Providing the monitoring and supportive supervision in quality assurances Strengthening the delivery points and ensuring quality obstetric services.
  36. Facilitate at least one model labour room in a district
  37.  New Born Health:
  38.  Support the Neonatal Health Consultant for activities related to the thematic area at the districtlevel.
  39.  SNCU:FNBC monitoring through SNCU system
  40.  Compilation of monthly SNCU reporting data for state and 6 HPD
  41. Review of monthly SNCU reporting data
  42. 4. Support the district in creating linkages between SNCU and RBSK program
  43. NBSU:
  44. Improving utilization of NBSU
  45. Support state in establishing effective reporting system of NBSU
  46.  Support state for organizing quarterly NBSU review meeting
  47. NBCC:
  48. Skill assessment of staff nurse for providing essential new born care services
  49. Support state for effective functioning of NBCC
  50. Support state for organizing quarterly NBCC review meeting HBNC:
  51. Support district in rolling out of HBNC voucher and monitoring and reporting.
  52. Support in rolling out of Antenatal cortico-steroids in preterm new-borns & Gentamycin by ANM.
  53. Support in implementing the community and facility follow-up of SNCU graduates and LBW.
  54. Support state for increasing neonatal death reporting and neonatal death review under CDR in co-ordination with State Child Health & Neonatal Health Consultant.
  55. Child Health
  56. Facilitation of Child Death and Still birth reporting and review at block and district level
  57.  Support capacity building of the FLWs on Diarrhoea and Pneumonia management under the
  58. IAPPD
  59.  Improve IMNCI implementation and Reporting
  60. Facilitating RBSK through planning training, facilitating training and as well monitoring of activity of programme and DEIC
  61. Support Immunization and cold chain strengthening in the district
  62.  Support IPV roll out in the district.
  63. Participate in the Routine Immunization supportive supervision
  64. Coordinate and facilitate the visits of the medical college supervisors for RI SS
  65. Ensure that the district regularly updates the NCCMIS

3. Key Deliverables
RMNCH+A Supportive supervision plan for the districts in consultation with the State, Zonal and district consultants developed, implemented and tracked. (monthly)
Two Blocks visited every month for RMNCHA supportive supervision, reports prepared and shared in the district RMNCHA meeting. Action taken report submitted. (Monthly)
Monthly block monitoring reports from the district compiled and Monthly RMNCH+A report prepared and shared with SRU, RRC and UNICEF before 3rd of every month. (Monthly)

  1. Rational deployment of SBA and NSSK trained staff at delivery points.
  2. Facilitate trainings at district level to ensure at least one SBA and one NSSK trained staff at all delivery points
  3. RI Supportive supervision report submitted to RI SS consultant before 6th of every month.
  4.  District Action Plan & Monitoring Framework in place for all HPDs
  5.  RMNCH+A Meetings at the district level planned, held and reports prepared. (Quarterly)
  6. Performance Based Management system institutionalized in all delivery points and monthly score cards developed in the District. (Monthly)
  7. Improved RMNCHA DGA Dashboard updated and used on a regular basis for monthly program review by the district.
  8. Newer maternal health and newborn health guidelines rolled out in the districts
  9. HBNC voucher initiative implemented in the district and monthly report submitted to the SRU
  10. Neonatal Health consultant.
  11. At least one model labour room developed in the district
  12. Support in developing strategies and planning for most marginalized communities i.e. tea garden communities and CHAR areas
  13. Preparing and adherence to Time Line for new initiatives & GOI Guidelines for implementation in the District.

4. Duty Station:

Golaghat / Kokrajhar / Karimganj / Hailakandi Districts The Consultant will be located in the office of the Joint Director (Health)

5. Official Travel involved (itinerary and duration)

Within Assam (10-12 days per month to the HPDs)

6. Supervisor:

  1. Administrative: Director RRC NE
  2. Technical: Health Specialist, UNICEF Assam

7. Duration of Contract:

01 October to 31 December 2016 (15 months)

8. Qualification or specialization

  1. Any medical graduate with Post Graduate training in Paediatrics, OBGY or Community Medicine/ Public
    Health and at least one (1) years of post-qualification work experience in working for RMNCH interventions.At least two years (2) field experience in MCH program/project management at state / regional level,with professional knowledge of Reproductive, maternal, neonatal, child health and IMNCI is essential.
  2. Knowledge on adolescent health will be an added advantage.
  3. Familiarity with theory and practical applications and essentials of child survival Experience in planning and management of Health sector/RCH programs
  4. Good negotiation and influencing skills supported by excellent communication skills
  5. High level of computer proficiency with specific familiarity with commonly used Windows and MS Office software and database software
  6. Excellent oral and written communication & presentation skills in English and Hindi. Knowledge of Assamese and or Bengali would be an added advantage
  7. Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team environment with strong facilitation skills,ability to analyze reports, plan and monitor projects.
  8. Age Limit: 40 years & below




Selection Procedure for National Health Systems Resource Centre(NHSRC)    – Monitor  Post: 

  1. Candidates can apply on or before     18/9/2015.
  2. No detailed information about the selection procedure is mentioned in the recruitment notification.


How to apply for Monitor  Vacancy in National Health Systems Resource Centre(NHSRC)    :

Applications will be accepted only in the prescribed online application form. Application submitted in other format will not be accepted. Applications must reach by 4 p.m on 18-Sep-2015.

Important dates to remember :

Last Date to Apply for this job 18/9/2015

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