The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. Founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein, the IRC offers lifesaving care and life-changing assistance to refugees forced to flee from war or disaster. At work today in over 40 countries and 22 U.S. cities, we restore safety, dignity and hope to millions who are uprooted and struggling to endure. The IRC leads the way from harm to home.Since October 2012, the IRC has been responding to humanitarian needs of Nigerians. The IRC initially intervened in response to floods that affected over 7 million people across the country, destroying harvest and damaging homes. The IRC is currently implementing programs in Health, Protection, WASH, Nutrition, Food Security, and Women’s Protection and Empowerment (WPE) in Adamawa and Borno States in North-Eastern Nigeria.The IRC is dedicated to making women and adolescent girls healthier from the earliest phase of acute crises (a target group most vulnerable during crisis) and implements evidence-based reproductive health interventions in line with the SPHERE-standard Minimum Initial Service Package for Reproductive Health in Crises (MISP). The goal is to ensure that the IRC’s health responses in emergencies include the core package of Reproductive Health (RH) services in its interventions.The IRC’s Reproductive Health (RH) program is currently implementing (MISP) for RH in 4 health care centers in MMC and Jere LGAs and 1 IDP camp clinic. In addition the program is starting up an emergency mobile programming outside of these areas of Maiduguri in coordination with the WPE team. The focus of this program is to provide quality comprehensive RH and WPE services to conflict-affected women and girls in a timely manner. In addition to the mobile program, the WPE and RH joint mobile teams will be in charge of rapid assessments and rapid response. The mobile teams will be focused in the newly opened LGAs and emergency areas previously inaccessible due to conflict and insecurity. These teams will provide life-saving services to populations outside of Maiduguri, who have not had access to services in approximately 3 years.Job Title:Emergency Reproductive Health Sr. Manager SCOPE OF WORK:The Emergency Reproductive Health (RH) Senior Manager is the focal point for the IRC’s Emergency Reproductive Health care services in Borno State. The Emergency RH Senior Manager ensures that the IRC’s emergency RH interventions in Maiduguri and other LGAs are guided by the MISP (Minimum Initial Service Package for RH in Crisis Situations). He/she reports to the Health Coordinator and works closely with the Health and Nutrition Manager and supporting the WPE Senior Manager in those program sites outside of Maiduguri where he/she will be working jointly with the WPE program teams.RESPONSIBILITIES:Under the supervision of the Health Coordinator, the Emergency RH Manager is responsible for:Program ManagementOversee the implementation of quality RH program activities at all IRC supported health facilities in the targeted areasProvide leadership, training, and guidance to staff and local partners to ensure programming meets best practice standards and prioritizes the security of beneficiaries and staff;Design and lead assessments to ensure the voices of women and girls inform RH program designSupport proper RH data collection and recording in the IRC supported RH units and women centers, support the compilation of data and generation of quality RH reports on a regular and timely manner;Develop protocols on information management in insecure environmentsSupport the RH teams to develop awareness raising messages to promote uptake of emergency RH response services in a timely mannerPromote coordination with the WPE team and ensure RH is incorporated into mobile responsePrepare the RH mobile team members to respond quickly to emerging crises and newly accessible areas.Promote a culture of learning whereby lessons-learned and good practices are documented and shared for institutional memory.Business Development and Grant ManagementLead the development of proposals as needed;Review monthly BvAs and submit monthly BvA corrections;Prepare and keep updated budget spent out plans in order to maintain program expenditure within budget;Participate in Grants Opening, Mid-Term and Closing meetings;Prepare internal and external reports within agreed deadlines using IRC and donor formats, as required;Assure appropriate and timely spending of grants to achieve program goals, grant reporting contributions, use and distribution of supplies and resources.Staff Management:Recruit program staff to positions as per the program demand;Maintain updated job descriptions, conduct interviews, orient new staff to the IRC and the program;Undertake RH capacity-development activities/training for RH and clinical health staff.Coordination and RepresentationDevelop and maintain effective working relationships with all stakeholders - including community leaders, NGOs, UN agencies, community based organisations and other IRC sectors to enhance cooperation and coordination;Ensure that information from coordination meetings is shared internally and with other sectors, as appropriate;Represent the IRC in coordination mechanisms and meetings with other agencies, including the Ministry of Health, WHO, UNFPA and other UN agencies, non-governmental organizations, or donors.Monitoring and EvaluationLead the development and oversee implementation of strong monitoring and evaluation systems. Lead the preparation of reports to the Supervisor and donors;Provide trend analysis on areas where there is programming in order to improve services and advocacy for Target group/women and girls.