- Assess the frontline workers, staff nurses assigned at specified delivery locations, and ANMs for knowledge based on the 1000 days framework.
- Create modules for capacity building and training.
- Conduct trainings for the ANMs and staff nurses assigned to the selected delivery locations on pre- and post-birth and newborn care, as well as for front-line workers based on the 1000-day concept (such as ANCs, HRPs, home-based newborn care, immunisation, growth monitoring, etc.).
- On the basis of the knowledge assessment, plan and carry out on-site mentorship for the ANMs, staff nurses assigned at the selected delivery locations, and frontline employees (ANMs, ASHAs, and AWWs).
- Hold block meetings and workshops to develop capacity in the sector.
- Data maintenance, analysis, and field trip planning are all required.
- The procedures and regulations of the government are updated often.
- Increase the programme staff’s knowledge of important MCHN concerns.
- Carry out any additional duties as and when requested by the organisation.
Competencies And Qualifications
- BSc or MSc in nursing from an accredited institution, and registration with the appropriate authorities.
- At least two to three years of expertise in the MCHN topics in training and mentoring.
- Strong data-use and analytical capabilities.
- The capacity to organise and insightfully deliver information.
- Very strong Hindi and, ideally, English communication abilities.
- Ability to function in a multidisciplinary team context has been shown.
- Ability to operate both independently and collaboratively in a challenging, multicultural setting, with a track record of effective networking, leadership, and presenting skills.