Degree from Intermediate Medical Institute or equivalent to that in midwifery.
Clinical experience (At least 3 years)
Good knowledge of written and spoken Pashto & Dari is desirable.
NGO experience - Desirable
Skills and Abilities
Sensitivity to the issues of women’s health and social needs.
Be able to work on your own initiative to achieve results.
Analytical approach to problem-solving.
Conducting fix and outreach vaccination activities according to national immunization standards
Determines appropriate vaccine type and dose-volume appropriate for each client.
Prepares site and administers IM or IC vaccine per standard protocol.
Disposes of sharps in an appropriate receptacle.
Documents vaccination on clinic records and immunization cards.
Recognize respond to and alert emergency medical personnel of possible post-vaccination reactions.
Switches function with vaccine preparers as part of a two-person team.
As vaccine preparer will pre-fill syringes a few at a time follow a strict protocol for labeling and handling prefilled syringes and keep supplies stocked.
Responsible for entering vaccine lot numbers and other required information onto the patient’s Immunization Card.
Consider attending a pre-event in-depth training.
Other tasks and responsibility have given by the head of the clinic
Outreach activities according to national Immunization standards
Referring mothers of reproductive age and Childs to the health facility for necessary care
Conducting health education and counseling according to health facility plane
طریقه ارسال درخواستی
Qualified and interested candidates should submit a cover letter and CV (with three Referees) indicating the vacancy announcement reference to the address: Human Resources Department office or can also be emailed to: