SRH Officer Libya at CARE


Duty Station: 25 % based within the CARE Tripoli Office, 75% of the role will be conducted in the field in rural Tripoli (Qaser bin qysher, Alsoani, Aljfara)

Starting Date: As soon as possible

Duration of Contract: 6 Month with the possibility to renew

Reporting Lines/Line Management: SRHR Advisor

Purpose of the Role

This position will take the lead in the integration of sexual reproductive health (SRH) as part of CARE’s Program) Improving health resilience of rural communities & primary health care) and response activities.

The SRH Officer will ensure that the Minimal Initial Service Package (MISP) for Reproductive Health (RH) is integrated into the SRH/health activities at the national level.

The MISP aims to prevent mortality and morbidity of mothers and newborns through the provision of clean delivery kits, referrals to existing quality emergency obstetric care (EmOC) services, family planning services, HIV/AIDS prevention activities, prevention and management of sexual violence as well as planning for comprehensive SRH services.

The SRH Officer will lead and support assessments, with data collection at PHCC on GBV and oversee other service delivery goals at PHCC/PHCI being undertaken by ACF. Management, implementation, training, and interagency coordination with groups such as the health cluster, RH working group, and GBV working groups at field level.

The SRH Officer will also closely collaborate and coordinate with all other SRH team members and link the development of Global Health Cluster guidelines and tools.

Main Duties and Responsibilities


  • Collect data on key SRH in different PHCCs in rural Tripoli.
  • Provide SRH services to beneficiaries in field. (ANC-PNC-Family planning- STIs management neonatal care).

Program Development and Quality within the Field

  • Implement and coordinate with ACF on SRH services at PHCC and orient the PHCC staff on SRH protocols
  • Develop strategy for integrating SRH services in the PHCCs.

Management and Implementation

  • In collaboration with the SRH adviser, the SRH Officer will manage and provide SRH component of CARE’s program, ensuring that it is appropriately integrated and implemented in PHCCs.
  • Strengthening civil society and development of community platform to discuss health related issues and promote gender equitable.

Coordination and implementation of the MISP:

  • In cooperation with the SRH adviser the SRH Officer will conduct comprehensive MISP training to PHCCs staffs and secondary as well as tertiary health care staff (MOH Staff) to facilitate the implementation of MISP in the Field.

Coordinate and implementation of SRMNCAHProtocol

  • Engage with PHCI to strengthen the existing training curriculum around the SRMNCAH care module, including on updated protocols.
  • CARE Reorientated SRMNCAH service delivery package at PHCC level in the targeted areas.
  • Work in collaboration with the SRH Adviser to Train health care providers and staff for SRMNCAH implementation in PHCCs and referral centers.

Work with SRH Advisor to develop comprehensive capacity building training programs for SRH that include.

  • Provision of health services that provide family planning, maternal and newborn care, emergency obstetric and neonatal services, HIV/AIDS and STI management
  • Appropriate prevention and response for survivors of GBV
  • Links with the program approach; designing activities to challenge
    gender and social norms that positively affect the reproductive health of the target population.

Community and Women empowerment programs

  • Organize women’s groups or mother’s groups sessions at the PHCCs.
  • Sharing in the activities that work against women violence And gender norms in the community
  • Community-based health awareness at PHCCs to support the adaption of health behavior and standards of Quality of care.
  • CHW model at PHCCs; explain the important roles of CHWs in awareness activity at PHCCs to improve health system
  • Support women’s leadership and entrepreneurship

Selection Criteria
Core Competencies

Interpersonal Skill

Ability to work independently and as a team player who demonstrates leadership and is able to support and train local staff on Proper SRH modules.

Communication Skills

Well-developed written and oral communication skills. Able to communicate clearly and with sensitivity when engaging with stakeholders as a representative of CARE. This includes effective negotiation and representation skills.


Works with trustworthiness and integrity and has a clear commitment to CARE’s core values and humanitarian principles.

Resilience/Adaptability and flexibility

Ability to operate effectively under extreme circumstances including stressful conditions. Works and lives with a flexible, adaptable and resilient manner.

Awareness and sensitivity of self and others:

Demonstrates awareness and sensitivity to gender and diversity. Has experience and the ability to live and work in diverse cultural contexts in a culturally appropriate manner. Has the capacity to make accurate self-assessment particularly in high stress and high security contexts.

Knowledge and skills

Knowledge of CARE policies and procedures, information management and
telecommunication skills as well as proficiency in information technology/ computer skills.

Work style

Is well planned and organized even within a rapidly changing working environment and has the capacity to take the initiative

Able to make decisions with competent analytical and problem-solving abilities

Technical Competencies required

· SRH field work experience, preferably as an obstetrician and gynecologist with 2-3 years experiences.
· medical degree, or related degree with emphasis on reproductive health
· Previous experience in NGOs (1 year minimum )
· Capacity to develop, implement and analyze health assessments, develop and implement work plans.
· Skills in training, monitoring and evaluation of health interventions.
· Strong writing skills and report writing

· Strong knowledge of MISP and implementation requirements and must have completed and certified in MISP module.

How to apply

Please send your complete application package (CV, motivation letter) only in English with the subject line SRH Officer Libya to no later than 15 December 2022. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Women candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


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