IMC had implemented a rehabilitation program supporting people with disabilities and people with injuries affected by the Syrian crisis between 2013 and 2017. The rehabilitation services were designated for the Syrian refugees facing war-related injuries, but other refugees who are at increased risk of developing long-term disabilities. Amputations, complicated fractures, burns, spinal cord injuries as well as congenital impairments and disabling diseases are the most frequently seen cases.
The Rehabilitation Coordinator will ensure coherence between the physical rehabilitation, protection and MHPSS units, who are in turn responsible for implementation of their specific services, and will align the capacity building components. Furthermore, the Rehabilitation Coordinator will represent IMC and its rehabilitation program in inter-organizational, cluster, and taskforce meetings. The coordinator will be based in Hatay with frequent travel between field sites for assessments, support, trainings, etc. as needed.
Supervised by the Program Coordinator, the Rehabilitation Coordinator works closely with the Physical, MHPSS and Protection departments and Health Technical Manager. S/he is responsible for the quality and coherence of the rehabilitation program.
Logistics and Procurement
Ensure proper technical description for equipment and devices procurement
Information, Education and Communication
The above statement is intended to describe the general nature and level of work and is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with the position.