Country: Malaysia
Organization: International Planned Parenthood Federation
Closing date: 30 Apr 2022

International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF)

Join us to defend the sexual and reproductive health rights of all people


The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) is a leading global service provider and advocate of sexual and reproductive health and rights for all. A federation of 152 Member Associations, IPPF works in 172 countries and maintains more than 45,000 service delivery points worldwide. IPPF aims to ensure that all people are free to make choices about their sexuality and well-being, in a world free of discrimination.


To contribute in upholding Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) of all people, particularly the affected people in humanitarian setting, under the umbrella of the IPPF’s humanitarian programme. To provide clinical and technical assistance to Member Associations for quality Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) service provision and build institutional capacities to provide these services during emergencies.

This position will provide support to Member Associations (MAs) globally. The portfolio will cover the Asian MAs of the Humanitarian SPRINT project, as well as humanitarian activities under other restricted funds and responses funded by the IPPF’s internal humanitarian fund (Stream3).


Work with the Humanitarian Technical Lead and the humanitarian team to develop and lead the organisation’s strategic direction when it comes to SRH in Emergencies (SRHiE) – covering both emergency preparedness and emergency response.
Provide technical support to MAs to ensure smooth and timely SRH service delivery in emergencies.
Provide technical support to the Humanitarian team, Technical teams at Central Office and Regional offices;

Responsible for planning, implementing and monitoring SRH programming implemented by MAs in emergencies, covering – Delivery of services; Deployment and utilisation of resources (including pre-positioning of SRH supplies);Development of people; Development of systems and processes; Reach, quality, cost and time.

Review and provide feedback on proposals and programmatic and financial reports of the Humanitarian programme;

Advocate for SRH services for crisis-affected populations through participation at selected working groups, conferences, meetings, trainings, media events etc.

Prepare concept notes and papers on SRHiE to be presented in national, regional and international fora and working groups;

Contribute to the development and facilitation of relevant trainings for MAs, secretariat staff and other stakeholders;

Work closely with regional office teams on relevant SRH issues across the development-humanitarian continuum;

Prepare programmatic updates and share information on emergency preparedness and response activities with other colleagues and other relevant internal or external stakeholders;

Ensure gender is effectively mainstreamed within the remit of the post and in line with IPPF’s Gender Equality Policy;

Undertake such other reasonable duties as may be requested.


a) staff responsibilities carried out by the job holder.

As assigned for supervision (staff and consultants).

b) financial responsibilities carried out by the job holder.

Support annual budget preparation and monitoring of actual expenditure against budget.

c) advisory responsibilities carried out by the job holder.

Lead Humanitarian Team, Regional Office development team and MA staff and volunteers on effective implementation of Humanitarian programme by providing technical support, recommendations, and advice to the project teams.



Medical/ nursing/ midwifery education, preferably with graduate qualification in Reproductive Health / Public Health / Social Medicine / equivalent.


Sound experience working in SRHiE with clear demonstration of experience implementing the Minimum Initial Services Package (MISP)
Excellent understanding of the associated technical and political issues related to SRH services in humanitarian settings including MNCH, SGBV, HIV/STI, Family Planning and safe abortion care issues
Experience in monitoring SRH programmes and quality of care in clinics and outreach settings, especially in humanitarian settings
Experience in training health providers on SRH issues and MISP
Substantial experience in working collaboratively with partners of different cultural backgrounds
Knowledge and understanding of international humanitarian aid systems and agencies
Experience in managing multi-site service delivery and working with multiple partners.
Experience in programme and budget management
Experience in providing technical (clinical) support to a variety of stakeholders.
Experience in humanitarian settings – including preparedness, disaster response and recovery.


Excellent analytical skills
A proven ability to build consensus
Effective facilitation skills
Sound judgement, particularly in constrained and pressured situations and environments
Demonstrated ability to think and operate strategically and transform strategies into results.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English; other languages are highly desirable.
Exceptional interpersonal skills with ability to work with people from different backgrounds, and virtually.
Significant cultural awareness, with the ability to work well and produce results across transnational environments with people from diverse backgrounds
Capacity and willingness to collaborate and be flexible in difficult and sometimes insecure working circumstances.
Strong organizational and time management skills required to multitask and meet tight deadlines.
Strong computing skills in MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).
Able to work independently and be self-motivated in defining goals and objectives, while also working collaboratively in a team across disciplines and cultures.


In addition to the above, the candidate should have the following personal characteristics

International profile, with established connections to relevant SRH/humanitarian stakeholders
Willingness to travel extensively and at short notice – up to 40% of total work time- and at short notice for field deployments making up to 20% of work time
Cultural sensitivity
Pro-Choice and a passion for SRHR.

How to apply:


Interested applicant needs to send a CV and cover letter to Pauziah Ali,, Senior HR Officer,

before/by 30 April 2022.

Due to the volume of applications received, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

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