Background & Description
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Will be overall responsible and accountable for planning and implementation of MNCH project activities in the EmOC and MCH facilities and attached population in the targeted refugee camps 
  • Maintain liaison, effective cooperation and communication between facility staff to obtain their support as may be required for the implementation of MNCH activities
  • Will be responsible for ensuring that appropriate MNCH / IMNCI/ IYCF training will be provided to all MNCH staff to curricula and procedures of the MNCH project. 
  • Implementation, facilitation, monitoring and supervision of community mobilization activities of IYCF worker, Master Trainers in the targeted refugee camps
  • Responsible for catchments population arranging meetings, smoothing communications, and troubleshooting problems of integration and coordination between the refugee  populations
  • Collection, recording, analyzing and reporting performance data related to the geographic and / or technical areas
  • PC MNCH will remain in touch with the FPHC Head Office regarding compliance monitoring and reporting.
  • The PC MNCH will be the point person to whom all irregularities or cases of possible non-compliance at the facility level will be reported. The PC MNCH will immediately report to the Deputy Executive Director FPHC for possible guidence, suggestion and support  
  • Facilitate and support the MNCH project  staff at EmOC center on quality assurance of project activities.
  • Keep track of implementation of project activities as planned, and to suggest corrective actions where needed. Will also, document lesson learned from planning and implementation.
  • Interpret and take appropriate actions on monthly and quarterly reports submitted by facility MNCH Project staff. Provide feedback and consolidate data into monthly and quarterly and annual reports and submission to FPHC Head Office for further submission to donor.
  • Carry out regular supervision and monitoring & evaluation of the project activities.
  • Acquire equipments and supplies from relevant office and ensure custodianship at the facility level and record keeping
  • Submission of reports accordingly to Project officer
  • Keep all the records of documentation and assets at facility level
  • Supervise operation of project, supervise and monitor the MNCH activities at facility level  and awareness raising campaign at targeted refugee camps
  • Conduct himself/herself both professionally and personally in such a manner as to bring credit to FPHC and to not jeopardize its humanitarian mission.
Requirements and Skills

MBBS or equivalent degree. At least 5 years experience of strategic planning, managing public health/ PHC & MNCH Programs.  Strong writing and communication skills; excellent report writing skills along with knowledge and command of computer. Fluency in English, Urdu and local language Pashto is a must.

MBBS with MPH& valid PMDC Registration

Required Experience up to 5 Years’ Experience of BEmONC

Report Writing Skills up to 5 Years with International Donors

Excellent written verbal, writing communication and presentation skills in English. 

Strong clinical background and experience preferred.

Excellent skills in facilitation, team building and coordination required. 

Excellent concept note, proposal writing and slide presentation skills. 

A strong understanding of Pakistani health system, and strong contacts in Pakistan health sector. 

How to Apply

Interested candidates may send their CV's on while mentioning the title of the JOB in the subject line. Only female candidates may apply.

About Organization

Identity: Frontier Primary Health Care (FPHC) is a non-political and non-profit making developmental Civil Society Organisation (CSO) working with communities on their development through provision of primary health care, Emergency Obstetric Care, Educational, nutrition and other developmental services including skills training and micro-credit/financing, etc. Legal status: FPHC is registered with Government of Pakistan under Societies Act of 1860 (Registration No. 5972/5/2617) in January 1995. FPHC is also registered under Social Welfare Act with Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) Social Welfare Department of Pakistan vide PRC No. 26-9 dated 02 January 2012. FPHC has also allowed to work permit from Ministry of States and Frontier Regions (SAFRON) for work in Afghan refugee camps. FPHC has a Board of Governors consisting eleven residents (four females and seven males) of Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa Province. FPHC has a Memorandum of association, along with Rules and Regulations, all as required by the Act. Vision: Healthy individuals in healthy communities living in a healthy environment making healthy choices Mission: FPHC work with the people and communities in its target areas in Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa and FATA on community development through primary health care, education, nutrition and income generation focusing on women and children Objectives: To strengthen community development To focus on women, adolescents and children To ensure sustainability of programmes To conduct participatory research To become a resource/model of primary health care To respond to emergencies