FAIRMED is a Swiss development organization dedicated to work with its motto “Health for the Poorest”. The organization plays an important role in providing health care access to the marginalized communities and individuals who are prone to diseases, disability, and poverty. The core focus/theme of FAIRMED’s work in Nepal is Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) and Maternal and Neonatal Health (MNH), while it interweaves GESI and Disability Inclusive Development (DID) as cross cutting themes into its programs to strengthen the health system and increase the uptake of public health services. FAIRMED has completed implementing the two phases of Rural Health Improvement Project (RHIP) from 2018 until the end of 2021 in six Municipalities of Baglung, Gandaki Province. FAIRMED would now like to expand its work coverage and scale up its learnings and good practices from the current six working municipalities of the project to the remaining municipalities of Baglung and the adjoining district of Rukum East where the geographical and social situation are similar. The project applies the approach of “leaving no one behind” and plans to strengthen integrated health service and improve health service utilization in the targeted Municipalities.
Position: Partnership, Governance and Resource Mobilization Officer (Based in Rukum East)
DETAILED JOB DESCRIPTION / REQUIREMENTS:
The Partnership, Governance and Resource Mobilization Officer is on-the-ground FAIRMED staff to be responsible for ensuring timely and quality implementation of planned activities through the partner NGOs. S/he will provide technical assistance and management support to implementing partner and strengthen the health governance at local level. S/he will serve as the primary contact of FAIRMED and perform partnership and local resource mobilization related tasks in the project in close coordination with the Project team leader and other relevant team members.
S/he will work closely with the implementing partner’s team to ensure proper tracking of project activities and their results, achievements, outcomes. S/he will document and disseminate the findings within project team and with local and provincial bodies as appropriate. Similarly, s/he will coordinate with Province, District and Municipal levels and the PNGO to maintain smooth partnership to generate and mobilize local resources for the benefit of targeted population.
Required Qualifications and Experience
- Bachelor’s degree in public health (or other related field), with experience of working in community health programs.
- Minimum 3 years of relevant experience in community-based health programs focusing on partnership, health governance and resource mobilization in NGOs/INGOs.
- Competent in monitoring, quality assurance tools and techniques, data analysis, report writing and dissemination at various levels.
- Good knowledge and understanding of the Neglected Tropical Diseases, MNH and Health System Strengthening in context of Nepal.
- Knowledge and experience in health project training facilitation and community mobilization.
- Excellent analysis and report writing skills in English.
- Must possess good interpersonal skills and must be a good team player.
- Exhibit strong leadership and advocacy skills.
- Demonstrate excellent personal integrity and confidentiality.
Application Submission: Interested Nepalese candidates are requested to fill up the google form in the link below: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc3Jgc8–jIZB7VhWuDC28xNDTR-ZBzvv9HexBUW4T0WViOdA/viewform?usp=pp_url
Deadline for Application Submission: February 8, 2022 before 5:00 PM
Females, local candidates from Rukum East, Candidates from marginalised communities are encouraged to apply. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Telephone inquiries will not be entertained.
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