|MediCapt Toolkit Consultant|
Company: Physicians for Human Rights
Location: Remote, Worldwide, NY
Employment Type: Temporary
Date Posted: 07/27/2021
Expire Date: 09/27/2021
Job Categories: Administrative and Support Services
MediCapt Toolkit Consultant|
MediCapt is an award-winning application developed by PHR that enables clinicians to document medical evidence of sexual violence cases digitally, capture forensic photographs, and store them securely. Clinician end users are currently using MediCapt with sexual violence survivors in Kenya and soon in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
PHR is developing and implementing a scaling strategy to grow the MediCapt project in partnership with international organizations, humanitarian organizations, and governments. A key piece of the scaling strategy is the MediCapt Toolkit, which is the suite of materials needed to implement the project. The MediCapt Toolkit includes:
The MediCapt user manual
Training documents (for MediCapt training and forensic photography training)
o This will include final versions of both PowerPoint slides for these trainings and a Facilitators Guide outlining the training modules
M&E tools and plan
Institutional policies and procedures
Briefs and resources
Tech documentation (The documentation of this work will be led by the MediCapt Technical Project Manager and the Tech Advisory Board as a separate but related project)
The objective of the MediCapt Toolkit is to have final versions of all materials needed to implement the MediCapt project. As part of the MediCapt scaling strategy, PHR anticipates that other organizations will implement the project and the Toolkit will be the one-stop shop for all MediCapt materials. We will publish the MediCapt Toolkit on the PHR website in November 2021.
The MediCapt Toolkit will be published on the PHR website in English and French later this year to accompany the open-source code of the application.
We are looking for a consultant to lead the refinement and finalization of the MediCapt Toolkit.
Classification: This is a temporary consultancy through November 2021, with the possibility of extension.
Experience in developing tools, materials, programming, education, or research to address sexual and gender-based violence;
Ability to adjust and create tools;
Pro-activity and ability to work independently
Excellent project manager, flexible and skilled in executing multiple tasks, managing work plans and budgets, and working with diverse groups of stakeholders across multiple global teams;
Superb oral and written communication skills in English;
Experience working on tech-related global health, justice, or human rights projects
Excellent cross-cultural communication skills;
Ability to produce clear written products in English with minimal editing, French-language skill a plus.
More information about Physicians for Human Rights can be found at www.phr.org.
Please combine your cover letter and resume as a pdf or Word doc and send it to email@example.com. Indicate your Last Name/First Name, MediCapt Toolkit Consultant in the email subject line.
A complete application consists of:
a) A thoughtful cover letter explaining why you are qualified for/interested in the MediCapt Toolkit Consultant position with PHR. The cover letter should include a cost proposal and proposed timeline.
b) Resume/Curriculum Vitae.
Only complete applications in the format requested and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org will be considered.
Physicians for Human Rights is an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive hiring and dedicated to diversity in its work and staff. We recruit and hire without discrimination based on race, national origin, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, prior conviction, arrest history, disability, marital status, veteran status, age, or any other protection afforded by law.