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Programme Officer

Job title: Programme Officer

Company: DAI

Job description: Introduction:

The Fleming Fund (FF) is a U.K. Department of Health and Social Care programme to help low- and middle-income countries fight Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR). AMR poses a severe global threat, expected to cause 10 million deaths annually by 2050. With potential costs reaching $100 trillion, its impact on the global economy is significant. Fleming Fund Grants aim to tackle the AMR challenge in developing countries including Pakistan. The grants are funded by the UK Department of Health and Social Care and managed by Mott MacDonald for the country, regional and fellowship grants. Pakistan has received Fleming Fund support since 2019 in the form of two Country Grants, 9 Fellowships, and central and local procurement of equipment, reagents, and consumables. Between 2017 and the end of phase-1 of the program in March 2023, the program has provided financial support to grantees to establish and support local development of national AMR surveillance systems.

In partnership with the Fleming Fund, DAI’s programme in Pakistan collaborates with the Pakistani government to strengthen systems using a “One Health” approach – a multisectoral approach to complex health problems that reaches across human health, animal health, and environment sectors. As global leaders in One Health, the DAI team helps incorporate One Health across programme interventions. DAI is helping Pakistan become a leader in combating antimicrobial resistance, and a model for better management of antimicrobials in human and animal populations. DAI and its consortium partnershave successfully secured an additional round, Phase 2, of the Fleming Fund Country Grant in Pakistan which spans from January 2024 to December 2025. The Phase 2 of the FFCG programme focuses on achieving four intermediate outcomes: 1) Production of quality AMR/U/C and burden of disease data; 2) Conducting quality data analysis; 3) Sharing quality data analysis with decision-makers; and 4) Contributing to sustainable investments at both the country and global levels to counter AMR.

Position Summary:

Under the overall supervision of the Senior Manager OH (Governance and Advocacy), the Programme Officer will be providing implementation and coordination support to ensure effective and timely delivery of Fleming Fund objectives in strengthening AMR systems and capacities of the provincial counterparts. S/he will provide admin and technical support to the FFCG internal teams. S/he will also coordinate with diverse OH stakeholders, in particular the public sector counterparts, to ensure the achievement of project’s objectives. Work involves creativity, initiative and multi-tasking.


  • Support the Senior Manager OH (Governance and Advocacy) in coordinating project activities, resources and information.
  • Support the Provincial Manager in ensuring AMR/C/U data is regularly shared by engaged institutions.
  • Support the Provincial Manager in his/her efforts for proper operationalization and adequate functioning of the Multi Sectoral AMR Secretariate.
  • Coordinate and collaborate with provincial OH stakeholders, including other government agencies, provincial departments, academic institutes, and international development partners.
  • Assist in disseminating key messages, documents and strategies developed by FFCG Pakistan to OH stakeholders.
  • Extend technical support for specific project activities as assigned, including technical and administrative responsibilities related to work plans, costs, activity implementation and reporting.
  • Provide admin support for day-to-day program office operations and logistics needs (arrangements of travel, lodging, Conferences, Meetings, and Workshops) at provincial level.
  • Assist in collection of quotations and bills/invoices from vendors.
  • Coordinate with project finance and HR staff for timely submission of information and escalate any questions, as necessary.

Required Qualification and Experience:

  • At least a master’s degree.
  • At least five years of experience in coordination, planning, design, follow-up, report writing, and/or monitoring and evaluation.
  • Demonstrated expertise (ability and experience) in leading coordination and working with multiple stakeholders to implement project activities.
  • Competent computer skills to perform essential functions using Microsoft Office products.
  • Strong communication and collaboration skills to work effectively with diverse stakeholders.
  • Familiarity with AMR, Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA), and other multi sector health initiatives is an asset.
  • Ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment.
  • Commitment and drive, with a clear focus on results.
  • Ability to juggle competing priorities, whilst maintaining attention to detail and meeting deadlines.
  • Creative and innovative.

Expected salary:

Location: Gilgit-Baltistan

Job date: Sun, 21 Jan 2024 02:45:42 GMT

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