National Health Systems Resource Centre(NHSRC) has issued a recruitment notification for the recruitment of Skill Lab Trainer through recruitment notification. Candidates who have completed Diploma,B.Sc can apply for the new recruitment notification from Shivaji University(SUK).
Eligible candidates can apply online for the Skill Lab Trainer 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 : Skill Lab Trainer
Educational Qualification : Diploma,B.sc
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 Skill Lab Trainer Recruitment:
SKILL LAB TRAINER (RRC-NE)
NHSRC has been entrusted with this recruitment by UNICEF for the support of high priority Districts in the State of Assam. This position will be under administrative control of Regional Resource Centre for North Eastern States(RRC-NE) at Guwahati, a branch of NHSRC, New Delhi.
1.Purpose of Assignment:
- 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 focusing on Reproductive Maternal New born & Child Health + Adolescents (RMNCH+A) focusing 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 maternal mortality, under-five mortality and morbidity in India’s high risk and vulnerable communities. Quality service delivery requires skilled human resource along with a robust health infrastructure. Building capacities of Health workers is an integral component of RMNCH+A which is a continuous process integral to development of skills of the health care providers. Some of the key capacity development initiatives taken by the GOI in recent times include IMNCI F-IMNCI, SBA, EmONC & FBNC.
- Though majority of these trainings have reserved approximately 50% of the time for skill building, the duration of the training does not allocate adequate time for hands on training of desired skills. There is no component of CME once the training is over. Hence though the trainees get exposed to modern theories and practices their actual skill practice in the field remains poor.
- The national and state level officers following their field visits have pointed out the need of augmenting the skills of FLWs in delivering quality RMNCH services. In order to address this weakness, the concept of skills lab was conceived and designed. A national core group was constituted under the Maternal Health Division of MoHFW to develop the operational guidelines for skills laboratory based on the experiences of Bihar. In the skills lab the trainees have an opportunity to undergo periodic assessment and hands-on practice of the skills required for their assignments. The skills learnt by the FLWs during their routine training get reinforced by practicing them in a sequential manner correctly, methodically and repeatedly under supervision of the facilitator. Their confidence to handle cases is enhanced. These skills have been identified as critical for saving the lives of mothers, babies and children under 5 and cover the entire gamut of all MNCH related training including family planning and infection control practices. The skills lab involves skill stations where the trainees can practice various skills under the guidance and supervision of an expert trainer.
- The Government of India has issued guidelines requesting all states to set up of skills labs. SIHFW would be setting up the first skills in Assam in Guwahati with support from NRHM and UNICEF and would then set up five more skills lab across Assam in 2014-15. The establishment of skills lab is a complex issue requiring the addressing of infrastructure, human resources gaps and building the capacity of the trainers, planning the capacity development of ANMs and monitoring the quality of training and its impact at the field level. It is proposed to address these gaps in the system through technical support of the state skills lab coordinator and five nurse skills lab trainers.
- UNICEF Assam field office intends to engage five Nurse Skill Lab trainers to provide support to the State Skills Lab Coordinator in planning and conducting the skills lab training in Assam.
2 Major Tasks To Be Accomplished:
- Coordinate with the Principals and tutors of nursing colleges and schools to develop a skill development plan for the Health workers in the delivery points.
- Facilitate capacity building of the trainers in the ANM and GNM schools on skills lab training and support the State Skills lab coordinator in developing and maintaining a database of the skills lab trainees and trainers.
- Initiate the skills training of the FLWs in the six HPDs with support of the existing schools and the team of nurse trainers
- Perform quality assurances of the training
- Support in developing at least one model labour room in one of the HPDs
- Support the Skills Lab coordinator in assessing the impact of skills training at the field through regular field visits.
- Quality Assurance: Monitoring the adherence to standard practice of patient care and adhering to the IMEP protocols. Facilitate and work for continuing education for the nursing staff3
- Preparing & Supporting a Plan of action for setting up the in-service State skills lab in Guwahati and other identified districts in Assam including budget and time lines. (2 Months)
- Plan of action for strengthening / setting up pre – service skills labs in teaching institutions (Medical colleges / Nursing Colleges / Schools) in Assam including budget and time lines. (March 2016)
- Preparing Report on the Skills assessment of health workers in the state with focus on the six HPDs submitted. (Quarterly)
- Making Regular visits to the allocated HPDs for follow up of the training progress and budget utilization reflecting the results/recommendations. (quarterly)
- Visit to one Non HPD and one HPD in every month and submission of the action taken report.(Monthly)
- Skills Lab set up and start training the HR from HPDs (6 Months)
- Training calendar for the Skills Lab training for the districts prepared in consultation with NHM and SIHFW and submitted. (4 Months)
- RMNCHA Supportive supervision analysis and action plan related to capacity development prepared and shared with NHM, RRC NE and SIHFW. (Monthly)
- Preparing a database of SBA trained HR delivery points wise and supporting Skill Lab Consultant in ensuring that 85% of all DPs have at least 1 skilled birth attendant
- Database of all trainings in SIHFW including the Skills lab training developed and updated on a quarterly basis in MS Access.
- Facilitating the setting up of Model Labour rooms set up in the six HPDs. (6 Months)
4. Estimated Duration Of Contract and Deadline For Submission of End Product: 15 months (October 2015 to Dec 2016)
5. Duty Station:
Guwahati Assam. The Consultant will be located in the SIHFW Office, Khanapara, Guwahati.
- Administrative: Director RRC NE, Director, and NHM Assam
- Technical: Health Specialist, UNICEF Assam
7. Official Travel involved (itinerary and duration):
The Nurse coordinators will regularly visit the Districts (6 days per month) with prior Travel Authorization for undertaking any official travel.
8. Essential Educational Qualifications & Professional Experience:
- Any nurse midwife having completed BSC Nursing and has at least two (2) years of postqualification
work experience in working at a district level or nursing college.
- Working experience at District Hospital or Tertiary Institute particularly in the labor room/ operation theatre, providing reproductive health services, immunization etc will be preferred.
- Familiarity with theory and practical applications and essentials of labour room, immunization, operation theatre etc.
- Experience in planning and management of Health sector/RCH programs
- Good negotiation and influencing skills supported by excellent communication skills
- Excellent oral and written communication & presentation skills in English and Hindi.
- Knowledge of Assamese and or Bengali would be an added advantage
- Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team environment with strong facilitation skills, and teaching ability.
- Basic proficiency in Computer Skill – Word, Excel etc.
- Age Limit: 40 years & below
Selection Procedure for National Health Systems Resource Centre(NHSRC) – Skill Lab Trainer Post:
- Candidates can apply on or before 18/9/2015.
- No detailed information about the selection procedure is mentioned in the recruitment notification.
How to apply for Skill Lab Trainer 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