The Technical Officer will work under the supervision of The Union’s Technical Advisor in Pakistan and in close coordination with The Union’s Senior Program Manager of the Tobacco Control Implementation Program.She/he will work to provide technical support to the Ministry of Health (MoH) and related stakeholders for effective law implementation and enforcement through system strengthening and development of a national plan which includes all elements of enforcement of Pakistan’s tobacco control laws. She/he will be a key support for the MoH and other Union grantees in enforcement projects, as well as documentation of lessons learned and helping to build capacity. She/he will work with national, provincial, and divisional level stakeholders and law enforcement counterparts to ensure strong involvement of different sectors and community in the implementation of the TC Law.
Responsibilities Deliverables/accountabilities Regulatory (30%) Provide technical support for developing a national strategy and associated action plan for tobacco control law enforcement, including any associated regulations and orders.
Networking and Identify potential partners for supporting and advancing enforcement work.partnership (20%) Work with national and provincial stakeholders, primarily tobacco control cells, to establish standardized coordination, monitoring and reporting systems, including the formation of national and provincial monitoring and implementation committees, and developing operational guidelines for enforcers.
Training and Support MoH in identifying training needs and developing and rolling out a Capacity Building national capacity building program, with standard materials aligned with
(30%) global best practices.
Coordination and Provide hands-on support to partners in their efforts to ensure system Implementation building at sub-national level according to national and provincial
(20%) frameworks and improve compliance through effective implementation of the law.
Perform other relevant duties in line with the above-mentioned points as required by the Director of Tobacco Control Department or his representative