Job Opportunity for Subject Matter Expert (SME) in Emergency Medical Care at SaveLIFE Foundation in New Delhi

Website Save Life Foundation

SaveLIFE Foundation (SLF) is on a mission to save lives on roads across India. Since 2012, over 1.5 million people have been killed in road crashes in India and close to 5 million have been left seriously injured or permanently disabled. Besides the insurmountable emotional trauma that thousands of families must suffer each year, road crashes deal a crushing economic blow to many families. SLF is a fast-growing, specialised organisation with a proven track record of delivering large-scale impact. We are best known for getting India its Good Samaritan Law and developing the “Zero-Fatality Corridor” solution to transform dangerous highways into “safe ways”. We are registered as a not-for-profit organisation to ensure complete mission alignment. Our teams work in a creative environment to build novel solutions and thrive on problem-solving. Over the last 15 years, we have built unique strengths in areas such as forensic investigation of crashes, data analytics and predictive modelling, safety design and engineering, public policy formulation, and strategic communication and training. We strive for excellence in everything we do and build leaders through opportunity and mentorship.

We’re looking for a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in Emergency Medical Care who can audit, research, and help improve trauma care nationwide. You’ll be in charge of conducting audits, creating emergency care plans, and implementing solutions to enhance emergency care for trauma victims. This role includes conducting on-ground audits, preparing reports, and supporting operations. You’ll report to the Director of Public Policy with a ‘dotted’ reporting line into the Associate Director of Projects.

Role and Responsibilities

The SME, Emergency Medical Care at SaveLIFE Foundation will work to improve emergency trauma care and help decrease road crash fatalities. You’ll do this by conducting ambulance and hospital audits, training of stakeholders, researching, and reporting the findings. You’ll collaborate with various teams to make data-driven decisions and implement recommendations. Different teams at SLF will source, use, and analyse your key learnings as a part of their work. You will ensure that all recommendations are practical and data-driven, and help re-imagine road safety.

Your responsibilities include

● Develop institutional knowledge and expertise with respect to emergency medical care with a special focus on trauma care

● Improve upon the existing audit methodologies and undertake audits of various emergency medical systems

● Research and document global best practices in the area of emergency medical care systems

● Provide insight to the projects and public policy teams on interventions pertaining to emergency medical care

● Contribute to internal and external discourse on public policy related to emergency medical care

● Any other related responsibilities as entrusted from time to time.

Professional Experience

● Minimum 5 years of post-qualification experience

● Master in Public Health or other relevant qualification with a preferred focus on emergency medical care systems

● Excellent research skills

● Excellent organisational and people management skills

● Excellent facilitation skills

● Ability to write concise reports and documents

Personal Characteristics

● Passionate about public service

● Emergency Medical Care nerd!

● Action, accountability, and execution orientation

● Ability to take complete ownership of assignments

● Hands-on approach, solutions-oriented, strong problem solver

● Strong ability to work across teams

● Direct, clear, and concise communicator

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