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Regional Coordinator (South East Asia), Fleming Fund



Drug-resistant infections pose a grave threat to health and wellbeing across the globe. Bacterial causes of infection are becoming resistant to an increasing number of antibiotics, with consequent reductions in the effectiveness of treatment. The UK Government is playing a leading global role in addressing this problem and has launched the Fleming Fund as a major component of the UK's response.


The aim of the Fleming Fund is to address critical gaps in surveillance of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) in Asia, and Sub-Saharan Africa. Countries in these areas are set to bear the highest burden of antibiotic-resistant infections.



About Mott MacDonald


Mott MacDonald has been appointed by the UK Department of Health and Social Care as the Management Agent for the Fleming Fund Grants Programme (more detail can be found at Following an extensive design phase, the Fleming Fund is now implementing the programme. We are operating with a head office in London, UK and four Regional Hubs in Ghana, Uganda, India, and Thailand. Mott MacDonald is seeking to recruit a qualified individual to support the roll-out of the programme. Applicants will join a multidisciplinary team of technical and grant programme management experts.


Mott MacDonald is a global engineering and development consultancy committed to improving people’s lives through creating and delivering tailored development solutions. Mott MacDonald works in developing countries to alleviate poverty, establish good governance, and increase access, capacity and resilience in healthcare, education, water, sanitation, transportation, infrastructure and renewable energy – while safeguarding the environment and promoting human rights and gender equity.


As an employee-owned company, Mott MacDonald has the freedom and independence of mind to find new ways to enhance human well-being and foster social and economic development through connected thinking.



Key Responsibilities


The programme is a 5-year, large scale (£235 million), complex fund management programme which aims to operate in 24 LMIC countries.  Reporting to the UK Programme Director, and working closely with the UK Global Technical Lead, the Regional Coordinator leads the Fleming Fund’s activities in South East Asia, supporting the end-to-end process of grant management. The role helps to ensure the highest quality professional standards in the conduct of the Fleming Fund. In order to do so, the Regional Coordinator has a wide range of responsibilities including setting standards, shaping and implementing agreed strategies for Fleming Fund investments, sharing responsibility for funding recommendations, engaging with stakeholders, and seeking to ensure that the Fleming Fund grants have maximum value for money.


The role manages the Regional Hub, including a team of technical experts and support staff. In addition, high-level liaison with AMR Coordination Committee members and governments throughout the region, and partners, including the UK Department of Health and Social Care, FAO, OIE and WHO, is a key part of the role. This requires a high degree of diplomacy and a good working knowledge of the global architecture of AMR.



Key Responsibilities


  • Leading the end-to-end grant management process for the Fleming Fund Grants Programme at the regional level, including:
    • Making recommendations for country selection for grant-making
    • Coordinating, supporting and participating in Country Needs and Capability Assessments and Positioning Activities
    • Coordinating the drafting of Requests for Proposals
    • Reviewing grant applications and making recommendations for grant approval
    • Reviewing and approving monthly or quarterly reports from grantees
    • Undertaking periodic on-site inspections of grantees and grant-supported sites.
    • Coordinating Sustainability Analysis/Comprehensive Stakeholder Analysis
    • Coordinating the drafting of Country Grant 2 Decision Point papers


  • Managing the Regional Hub team:
    • Ensuring appropriate mix of skills for country visits, including sourcing consultants
    • Ensuring appropriate requests for support from the Core Technical Team
    • Providing problem solving advice and addressing challenges to grant delivery
    • Ensuring grant execution to the highest technical standards


  • Management of the Regional Hub:
    • Ensuring compliance with systems and processes to ensure appropriate use of Mott MacDonald’s Business Management Systems (BMS) to deliver the Regional Hub’s activities
    • Ensuring planning processes, project work plans, budgets and action plans are completed and monitored for the region
    • Ensuring periodic financial, operational, and technical reporting (weekly, monthly, and quarterly) to the UK team is completed in a timely manner
    • Ensuring completion of deliverables on time to agreed standards
    • Overseeing all operational aspects of the Regional Hub, including new office set-up and managing the inter-entity agreement drafting between the Mott MacDonald local entity and Mott MacDonald UK, and leading the operational relationship between the two entities, with support from the UK.


  • Corporate responsibilities:
    • Establish good and considerate working relationships with all staff in the International Health division, International Development Services Unit, ISMA Region and Mott MacDonald Group as a whole in a way which demonstrates respect for their particular roles and responsibilities
    • When required, work closely with immediate colleagues and unit employees to provide a high-quality service to internal and external customers.



Candidate Specification


You will have experience of working in a similar role of technical oversight and project management/ coordination for projects in low- and middle-income settings as well as of effective client engagement and coordinating and consolidating inputs from multiple stakeholders.


With experience in monitoring and evaluating programmes you will be able to demonstrate your ability at overseeing technical delivery of projects, working collaboratively, building relationships and influencing colleagues, clients and stakeholders. Experience in sourcing, selecting and managing technical assistance as well as in planning and delivering public health programmes will also help you in this role.



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