Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Community Monitoring of RSBY . . . Opportunity

This is the third post related to recent opportunities which have emerged for like-minded people to become a part of our team at NJH. The opportunity available here is for a post which is for a duration of only 6 months. Therefore, we would like to invite social workers who would like to have a taste of work in a remote region of the country under really trying circumstances. 

Below is a short write up of the opportunity available - 


The Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana has been quite a phenomenal programme aimed at rescuing the poor from the cluthes of expensive health care. NJH as part of the wider family of Emmanuel Hospital Association has been actively involved in popularising the programme and trying to improve enrollment in Palamu district.

Now, we are part of project to look into the aspects of Community Education and Community Monitoring of the RSBY Programme in Palamu District  over the next 6 months.

STAFF REQUIREMENT –

Project Officers (1 vacancy): Will be in charge of the project in 3 blocks of Palamu district, Chattarpur, Panki and Chainpur. She/He will be responsible for day to day functioning of the project with the help of 3 NGOs who have their own co-ordinators.  He/She will accountable through the Director – Community Health, Nav Jivan Hospital to the unit, regional and central management structures. He/She would need to develop monitoring frame work as per the LFA indicators and ensure that the reporting system is done smoothly.. In consultation with the Project Manager, they would need to develop monitoring frame work as per the LFA indicators and ensure that the reporting system is done smoothly. 


Well, for those who have seen only this advertisement, please refer to couple of more opportunities which are available at NJH. 

I would be much obliged if you could refer this to people who may be interested. 

Those who are interested may kindly contact me at jeevan@eha-health.org. You can also apply through the forms downloaded from the EHA website, www.eha-health.org

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