Documentation & AMR Secretariat Associate
Apply Before : 2020-10-01 (Closed)
No. of Vacancy
NGO / INGO / Development Projects
The Documentation & AMR Secretariat Associate will provide support to the Antimicrobial Resistance Containment Multi-sectoral and Steering Committee (AMRCSC) secretariat. S/he will also be responsible for providing support to the OH, AMU, Human Health, Animal Health Technical Working Groups. S/he will work closely with relevant units to provide timely administrative and logistics support ensuring adherence to FHI 360 Nepal policies and procedures.
- Coordinate and support AMRCSC meetings and document and circulate meeting minutes and updates
- Lead and coordinate the creation and updating of a document repository and provide support for data use and information dissemination
- Organise meetings of the OH, AMU, Human Health, and Animal Health Technical Working Groups, and document and circulate meeting minutes and updates
- Provide support to the programme team in documenting programme activities and arranging meetings with government and non-government stakeholders
- Develop and maintain an updated contact directory of key contacts for stakeholders from different sectors
- Maintain a calendar of key events in close collaboration with FFCGN2 staff members and the AMRCSC
- Lead, coordinate, and support the documentation and publishing of successes, accomplishments and lessons learned documents of the programme
- Support preparation and coordination of joint monitoring visits to programme sites with AMRCSC and technical working groups
- Support preparation of fortnightly and monthly programme updates, as required
- Perform other tasks assigned by AMRCSC and NTWC Member Secretary, supervisor, Project Director and/or Country Representative
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Previous experience in I/NGOs and government sector, particularly on AMR, public health sector, preferred
- Sound judgment and the ability to deal pleasantly and effectively with people
- Ability to work well with programme staff and government counterparts
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Proactive and independent approach to work with willingness to undertake additional responsibilities
- Ability to initiate and implement activities with minimal supervision and manage high volume workflow with multiple tasks
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and Nepali
- Sensitivity to cultural differences and understanding of the ethical issues surrounding research and surveillance.
- Perform other related duties as assigned by the Project Director and/or Country Representative.
Education + Experience
- Bachelor’s degree with at least three years of work experience in programme management, documentation, communication, and coordination; Intermediate degree and at least five years of relevant experience
Interested and qualified candidates can apply through FHI 360 career at http://www.fhi360.org/careers
Deadline for application: September 30, 2020
Although the deadline is September 30, 2020, we are immediately starting the screening process so interested and qualified candidates are encouraged to apply as early as possible.
Only short-listed candidates will be invited for written test and oral interview. Any effort to influence the selection process will result in disqualification.