• Diploma or degree in Nursing or equivalent experience;
• 3-5 years of experience in humanitarian work I health;
• Good level of written and spoken English and Arabic;
• Shilluk language an asset;
• Intermediate level in computer skills (Word, Excel and Power-point);
• Understanding of ICRC mandate, International Humanitarian Law, and other humanitarian topics
• Good knowledge of geographically assigned environment (Upper Nile);
• Willingness to learn and adapt
• To provide adequate pre and post-operative care, in accordance with the internationally/ICRC
• To organise and ensure that all items required for the ICRC pre and post-operative care are
available in either in hospital assignment or in FST deployment
• Participates for (with the team) in the maintenance and the replenishment of the FST kit before
and after an intervention, in order to be quickly operational again.
• To participate, and ensure that all items required for the nursing care are available and taken
• To perform the safest possible ward care according to the local capacity and environment.
• To ensure the ICRC principles for post-operative nursing care of the WW and trauma cases are
followed and adapted to the circumstances
• Participates in setting up the local operating theatre and the area of postoperative care, in
order to provide surgical care as early as possible.
• In conjunction with ICRC Ward Nurse, participate in the follow-up of surgical cases, on-going
care plan and the handover to local staff at the end of deployment.
• With the OT nurse, monitors the ongoing needs for stock & utilises lmprest_system reordering.
• Attends regular hospital team meetings.
• To provide ward statistics as required and participate in providing information for monthly and
quarterly reporting. Maintains admission records of patients as required
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is an impartial, neutral and independent organisation with the exclusively
humanitarian mission to protect the lives and dignity of victims of war and internal violence and to provide them with assistance. It also
endeavours to prevent suffering by promoting and strengthening international Humanitarian Law and universal humanitarian principles