Job title: Biomedical Engineer Manager (Focal Point) Function: Biomedical Engineer Manager – SARC HQ Department: Health Working base: SARC HQ, Damascus Direct Supervisor: Dr./Eng. Role Description: The Biomedical Engineer (BME) Manager acts as a support for healthcare facilities to ensure that all medical equipment operates in optimum conditions. The BME Manager acts as a focal point between SARC and ICRC, monitoring and following up on all biomedical interventions and donations of medical equipment. Main Responsibilities: Coordinates the management of SARC hospitals medical equipment cycle, as described in the project cycle for BME: Planning and assessment Inventory management Troubleshooting of medical… Read More »
Job title : Vocational Training Coordinator Project Title: SARC Livelihoods Programming Objective: Lead the technical work of the SARC livelihoods team under the guidance of the SARC Livelihoods manager and the Movement Livelihoods Delegate Establish and maintain transparent, functional relationships with partners and target communities Ensure the implementation of capacity building activities for SARC staff and volunteers Ensure daily vocational training activities follow proper implementation Liaise daily with internal and external stakeholders as needed Reporting to: The Vocational Training Coordinator reports to the Livelihoods Manager The Vocational Training Coordinator will be tasked by the Livelihoods Manager and by the Movement Livelihoods… Read More »
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) regrets the deteriorating situation civilian in Raqqa city are suffering from as a result of the ongoing events, Specially the targeting of public services facilities and health care facilities. The Syrian Arab Red Crescent appeals to all parties to neutralize these facilities in order to ensure lifesaving services to #civilians are maintained and accessible according To the principles of the International humanitarian law (IHL) specifically the principle of proportional use of force.
A joint delegation from the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC )and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) paid a visit to Al Aqttan Camp in Ein Issa area north Raqqa governorate on August 1st, 2017. This visit came to assess the basic humanitarian needs of health, water and relief where a study was conducted for potential projects related to urgent water supplies and providing more water tanks, jerrycans and water sterilization items. The joint delegation was briefed on the humanitarian situations there which can feedback to the infrastructure project studies in north Raqqa in general and in camps in particular. In the… Read More »