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    Program Director

    Kathmandu, Nepal

    The Program Director will have overall responsibilities for leadership and management of all program activities. Provide leadership to ChildFund Japan, Nepal Office to ensure the quality of program design, inclusive of performance and oversight of all aspects of project implementation. Provide technical guidance to project teams to ensure the highest quality, transparency, and accountability of delivery. Develop and maintain an efficient, cohesive team while ensuring effective coordination and relationship with external agencies and partners. Source: Kantipur epaper- 13.09.2021

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    National Consultant – Urban DRR Expert

    Kathmandu, Nepal

    Description of the assignment: This project is being implemented since June 2019 in core urban areas of three at-risk cities, one each from Terai (Bharatpur Metropolitan City), Hills (Bhimeshwor Municipality) and Valley (Lalitpur Metropolitan City), that are representatives of other cities across Nepal. The project aims to create a shared understanding on urban disaster risks and evolve mechanisms and measures that aids the communities, municipal governments, and private sector to address the risks and effectively respond to emergencies, with specific focus on vulnerable populations. In achieving its aim, the project contributes to enhance understanding of the communities and local authorities of at-risk urban areas and private sector about underlying multi-hazard risks and vulnerabilities, identifies and supports in key areas to undertake system strengthening and demonstrates possible structural and non-structural interventions to enable effective, coordinated emergency response and risk reduction. The Project commenced in June 2019 with an end date of February 2021. However, the Project implementation was directly impacted by the lockdown and travel restrictions imposed by the government to contain the spread of COVID-19. Hence, the project was granted a no-cost extension, with some modifications, until 31 October 2021. Thus, the total duration of the project is 29 months, between June 2019 - October 2021. As the project comes to an end on 31 October 2021, UNDP is planning to commission a final evaluation to identify and document achievements of project outputs, challenges, lessons learned and best practices. The findings of the final evaluation will provide guidance for the way forward for future course of action. Thus, the final evaluation report is expected to include specific recommendations for future interventions. Project name: Comprehensive Disaster Risk Management Programme (CDRMP) Period of assignment/services (if applicable): 30 days during September – November 2021) Source: Kantipur epaper- 13.09.2021

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    National Consultant – Team Member (Engineer)

    Kathmandu, Nepal

    Description of the assignment: Under the GoI- funded NHRP, UNDP has been providing socio-technical facilitation support for housing reconstruction to 26,912 house owners identified by NRA, from two municipalities and six rural municipalities of Gorkha district. The beneficiary’s households (HHs) include 1,482 HHs of single woman, 2,275 HHs having family members with disability, 116 HHs of landless, 428 HHs with elderly people, 80 HHs of orphan children and 2,938 HHs of Dalits. The project has been implemented since March 2018 and will be completed by December 2021. The project commenced in March 2018 with a planned end date of March 2021. However, the project implementation was directly impacted by the lockdown and travel restrictions imposed by the government to contain the spread of COVID-19. Hence, the project was extended through a no-cost until 31 December 2021. Thus, the total duration of the project is 45 months, between March 2018 – December 2021. The total approved budget for Socio-technical facilitation component of the project was USD 8.7 million. As the project comes to an end on 31 December 2021, UNDP is planning to commission a final evaluation to identify and document achievements and project results, challenges, lessons learned and best practices. The findings of the final evaluation will provide way forward for any future course of action. Thus, the final evaluation report is expected to include specific recommendations for future interventions. Project name: Comprehensive Disaster Risk Management Programme (CDRMP) Period of assignment/services (if applicable): 20 days during September – November 2021 Source: Kantipur epaper- 13.09.2021

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    Senior Finance Officer

    Kathmandu, Nepal

    Nepal Anti-Tuberculosis Association (NATA) is a non-governmental, non-profit making voluntary organization working to raise pubic awareness against tuberculosis (TB) and adopting preventive and curative measures towards the control of the disease. NATA invites applications from qualified and experienced Nepali citizens for the following positions under Global Fund grant. Eligibility • Master Degree in Business Management (MBA/MBS) with 3 years of professional work experience.OR • Bachelor Degree in Business Management with 5 years o professional work experience • Age Limitation: Below 45 years (Priority will be given to the candidate with experience in GF grant-TB program) Source: Kantipur epaper- 13.09.2021

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    Policy Specialist (Climate Finance)

    Kathmandu, Nepal

    Accelerating Implementation of Sustainable Development Goals in Nepal (AISN) is a joint project of National Planning Commission (NPC) and UNDP which is implemented under the National Implementation Modality (NIM) from January 2020 to December 2023. The project aims to support Nepal in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by creating enabling environment and capacity development to mitigate SDGs financing gap as well as through accelerated implementation. The objective of the project will be achieved through two inter-linked outcomes: • Planning, budgeting, monitoring and reporting systems at all levels of government are SDG responsive and functional; and • Resilient and innovative financing available for SDG implementation The Project is seeking applications from qualified, talented and result oriented Nepalese citizens. Weblink for application: htto://www.no.undo.onz/content/nenal/en/home/operationshobs/ Please visit the given weblink fordetailed job description and for online application. Applications along with duly filled up UN Personal History Form-P11 (downloadable from website httPiAvww.np.undp.orecontentinepallen/home/operations/jobs/J must be submitted by 21 September 2021. Only shorblisted candidates will be contacted. UNDP retains the right to contact referees directly. UNDP is committed to achieve work force diversity and has a policy to have gender balance among staffs at all levels. Work experience and/or academic knowledge in relation to gender and social inclusion will be an added advantage. Qualified Women, Dalits, Janjatis, Madhesis, Persons with Disabilities, gender and sexual minorities and other minorities are specially encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with highest confidentiality. Source: Kantipur epaper- 14.09.2021

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    Program Director

    Kathmandu, Nepal

    Ipas Nepal is a non profit organization that works to increase womens ability to exercise their reproductive health and rights. leas Nepal intends to identify and select potential NGOs to partner for strengthening safe abortion ecosystem, gender-based violence prevention and response, climate justice and gender and sexual and reproductive rights in Kailali district of Sudurpaschim province. Source: Kantipur epaper- 15. 09.2021

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    Director of Program Operations

    Kathmandu, Nepal

    Heifer Project international Nepal (HPIN) is a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to ending hunger and poverty and caring for earth by providing livestock, education, and other resources to help poor families become self-reliant. HPIN invites application from eligible Nepali citizens for the Director of Program Operations The Director of Program Operations will provide overall leadership and management of core function for all signature programs and lead the design, planning, development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the country program's portfolio ensuring the quality of projects, donor reporting, and management is of the highest standards. Play active role in resource mobilization for growing Heifer Nepal's program to reflect a balanced and innovative project portfolio. Source: Kantipur epaper- 17 09.2021

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    Project Officer

    Kathmandu, Nepal

    Heifer Project international Nepal (HPIN) is a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to ending hunger and poverty and caring for earth by providing livestock, education, and other resources to help poor families become self-reliant. HPIN invites application from eligible Nepali citizens for the Project Officer Project Officer- The Project Officer will provide oversight in social capital, supply chain, market system development and cooperative development aspects of the project and provide strategic guidance and support to Project Partners, SHGs, and Cooperatives, for effective implementation of the Project Source: Kantipur epaper- 17 09.2021

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    Ophthalmologist

    Biratnagar, Nepal

    Nepal Netra Jyoti Sangh, a leading eye care NGO having 20 eye hospitals, 121 eye care centers and several outreach programs is seeking application from qualified, energetic Nepali candidates aged between 21-10 years, committed to work at Biratnagar Eye Hospital, Biratnagar (BEH) on contract basis. BEH has an excellent international reputation and performs more than 70,000 our series annually. Candidate must be MD or MS in Ophthalmologist Source: Kantipur epaper- 22 09.2021

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    Anesthesiology

    Biratnagar, Nepal

    Nepal Netra Jyoti Sangh, a leading eye care NGO having 20 eye hospitals, 121 eye care centers and several outreach programs is seeking application from qualified, energetic Nepali candidates aged between 21-10 years, committed to work at Biratnagar Eye Hospital, Biratnagar (BEH) on contract basis. BEH has an excellent international reputation and performs more than 70,000 our series annually. Candidate must be MD Anesthesiology Source: Kantipur epaper- 22 09.2021

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    Biomedical Engineering

    Biratnagar, Nepal

    Nepal Netra Jyoti Sangh, a leading eye care NGO having 20 eye hospitals, 121 eye care centers and several outreach programs is seeking application from qualified, energetic Nepali candidates aged between 21-10 years, committed to work at Biratnagar Eye Hospital, Biratnagar (BEH) on contract basis. BEH has an excellent international reputation and performs more than 70,000 our series annually. Candidate must have Bachelor in Biomedical Engineering Source: Kantipur epaper- 22 09.2021

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    Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM)

    Kathmandu, Nepal

    PHASE Nepal is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-political and non-religious organisation established in 2006 with a vision to build a self-empowered and self-sustained society where all kinds of discrimination are absent. PHASE Nepal’s health, education, livelihoods, research and strengthening the concept of independent living for the persons with disabilities projects are currently running across nine districts of Nepal – Mugu, Humla, Bajura, Gorkha, Sindhupalchok, Morang, Makwanpur, Kailali and Lalitpur. PHASE Nepal is currently looking for suitable candidates for the following position for its community health project. POSITION: Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM) DUTY STATION: PHASE Nepal project locations in Humla, Mugu and Bajura districts REQUIRED NUMBER: Few DESIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS: Completed ANM course from a recognized institution and registered in the Nepal Nursing Council. At least 2 years of work experience in community health programs. Candidates who have worked independently in the government health-posts or independently running health post will be given high priority. Good written and spoken Nepali language. Ability to adapt to living and working in a remote location as well as flexibility to be redeployed, as required, to another project areas of PHASE Nepal. Willingness to learn the basic local languages to communicate with the local community. Ability to convince community people for healthy life style, improved sanitation etc. Ability to share project information with larger audience, such as group meetings, from the community and showing fear, arrogance and or nervousness. High degree of motivation to work in the remote areas. Highly honest, reliable and confident and having great learning attitude. A good learner and able to work in a team, alone and/or without supervision. Candidates who have received SBA training and handled number of delivery cases on their own will be given priority. Salary and Benefits: Gross Salary: NPR. 53,678/- per month (This includes festival, food and remoteness allowance and organization contribution for the social security fund) Benefits: We also offer Medical Insurance of Rs. 2,25,000/- that covers employee and his/her dependent family members up to two, and Accidental Insurance of Rs. 2,000,000/-. How to Apply: Interested candidates meeting above mentioned criteria are requested to send their updated CV along with a cover letter to vacancy@phasenepal.org no later than 15 January 2022. PHASE Nepal is an equal opportunities employer and strictly follows merit-based selection. PHASE reserves the right to qualify/disqualify applications in any case. Only shortlisted candidates will be called for the further selection process. No telephone inquiries will be entertained and any inappropriate recommendation will automatically disqualify the candidate for further selection process.

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    Knowledge Management Officer (KMO)

    Kathmandu, Nepal

    National Federation of the Disabled Nepal (NFDN) is the national umbrella organization of persons with disabilities representing more than 330 member organizations throughout the country. NFDN has been working for promoting the rights of persons with disabilities by contributing for disability inclusive development, ensuring representation of persons with disabilities in decision making process, capacity building of Disabled Peoples’ Organizations (DPOs) and other stakeholders, implementation of CRPD and disability specific national legal frameworks and awareness raising on disability rights. As the representative of most marginalized community NFDN is recognized as the pioneer and facilitator for bringing disability related policies and laws in Nepal. NFDN announces this open call to hire a qualified and competent staff for the following positions in the project “Include Us” supported by CBM and requests interested eligible candidates to apply according to the given details and guidelines. Number of Staff: One (1) Duty Station: NFDN federal office Kathmandu with frequent field visit in project implementing province and municipalities. Required Qualification: At least Bachelor Degree from renowned university in Humanity, Social Science or Management Having Nepali Citizenship. Master Degree will be preferable. Required Experience: At least two years of professional working experience in documentation and knowledge management. Good Experience of writing case stories, documentation of qualitative and quantitative data from the project implementing field. Experience of data classification, analysis and presentation Required Knowledge and skill: Good knowledge about human rights instruments, issues and rights of persons with disabilities. Good knowledge on the process of documentation (audio, visual, print etc.) of activities, outputs, results, impacts. General information about National Federation of the Disabled Nepal and its interventions Good knowledge on the diversity of disability and its dynamic. Knowledge on accessible or alternative documentation process. Required Skills Sound skills and knowledge of operating basic computer office packages (MS Word, MS Excel and MS Power-point) with good skills of handling internet, email and social media. Good verbal communication skills in English and Nepali. Good writing and presentation skills in English and Nepali Good skills report writing and designing formats and tools for the data collection. Good skills on handling cameras (still and movie) and capturing data. Key Duties and Responsibilities: Lead the day to day documentation of the various activities of the projects and organization Develop detail document plan and implement it in the coordination with project/program focal persons and advocacy groups. Develop documentation tools, techniques and easy to read materials as per required. Collect all project and program related data and information of the organization and organize, classify, store it as well as analyze and present when needed. Document the outputs, outcomes and impact of various projects in qualitative and quantitative forms. Make case stories, prepare different periodic reports for the organizations in the close consultation and guidance of Project Coordinator and Admin Manager. Manage NFDN website, write content to upload in web site and upload it. Manage the library of NFDN HOW TO APPLY Interested candidates has to do as said following to apply Download the short form by clicking here and fill it out electronically. Write an application letter in English. Submit the Application Letter, completed Short Form, latest CV in the email address vacancy@nfdn.org.np Note: Any application submitted without mentioning the name of person, position to apply and crossing the deadline will be disqualified. Only short listed candidates will be contacted for written test and interview. Telephone inquiries will not be entertained. Qualified and Competent persons with disabilities, women, dalit and persons from other marginalized community will be given special privilege.

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    Program Coordinator

    Janakpur, Nepal

    2 years of work experience as field officer or program coordinator in Youth girl empowerment, youth participation and sexual reproduction health rights related work Able to do implementation of program plan and management of budget Work experience with local government in Teenage and Youth female perspectives Able to justify about gender equality, intercastism and feminism Committed about children and youth people protection Able to read and write report in English and Nepali Knowledge of local language Willing to spend 65% time in office and 35% time in field Able to coordinate with local and district level government structures for effective implementation of planned activities. Having valid two wheeler driving license Able to coordinate with different level and department of office

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    Data Officer

    Janakpur, Nepal

    Minimum of 2 years of work experience in relevant sector. Able to develop annual plan, execute, monitor and evaluate. Computer knowledge (word, excel, power point,) and strong in email internet. Able to prepare report in both English and Nepali languages. Knowledge of local language Committed about children and youth people protection Willing to spend 90% time in office and 10% time in field Able to coordinate with local and district level government structures for effective implementation of planned activities. Having valid two wheeler driving license Able to coordinate with different level and department of office

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    Field Officer

    Janakpur, Nepal

    Committed about children and youth people protection Able to develop annual plan, execute, monitor and evaluate. Computer knowledge (word, excel, power point,) and strong in email internet. Able to prepare report in both English and Nepali languages. Knowledge of local language Willing to spend 90% time in office and 10% time in field Able to coordinate with local and district level government structures for effective implementation of planned activities. Having valid two wheeler driving license

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    Community Mobilizer

    Janakpur, Nepal

    Committed about children and youth people protection Able to develop annual plan, execute, monitor and evaluate. Computer knowledge (word, excel, power point,) and strong in email internet. Able to prepare report in both English and Nepali languages. Knowledge of local language Preference to local residents Willing to work 100% in field Able to do team work Documents to be submitted with application: Copy of Nepali citizenship Bio-data with name and contact number of two reference persons Copy of academic qualification certificates and experience certificates Note: Position and program name should be mentioned in application. Only shortlisted candidates will be able to attend examination. Preference will be given to female, dalit, janajati, madhesi, other specification local residents.

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    Project Supervisor

    Dharan, Nepal

    The Gurkha Welfare Trust Nepal (GWT (N)) invites applications from suitably qualified and interested applicants for the position of Project Supervisor based in Dharan and Pokhara with frequent travel to field visits. Essential Qualifications, Skills and/or Experience: Minimum Technical SLC (Sub-Overseer) in Civil Engineering with minimum 2 year experience in Community Based Water Supply & Sanitation system. Must have excellent knowledge on construction of water supply scheme and able to read and understand construction drawings Good interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills. Flexible, adaptable and effective in delivery of service Computer knowledge in Word and Excel. Willingness to travel extensively and work with the community in the remote areas of Nepal. Job Responsibilities: The position holder will be responsible to supervise the construction of new or rebuilt water supply schemes under supervision and close coordination with the Project Manager. S/he is also accountable for the overall management and supervision of projects, managing day to day work plan, effective mobilisation of labour and for control construction quality and materials. Note: Please read through the attached Job Description for further information on job responsibilities. Remunerations: The position falls in EG3-00 of GWT(N) pay structure and will receive a basic monthly salary of NPR.59,596 .All other benefits and facilities will be as per GWT(N) Regulations and Policy. The job is offered for 3 years initially and may be extended further on the basis of need and performance. Applications: Qualified, experienced and Interested Applicants are invited to apply for the position by Friday, 28 Jan 2022 Only short listed candidates will be contacted for the assessment process. Source: Kumari Job Visit kumari job Facebook page or Website to apply.

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    प्राविधिक सहायक

    Birtamod, Nepal

    Required minimum qualification and experience: a) Certificate level in Civil Engineering or overseer or diploma level graduate b) Experience and skill: – 3 months training with basic computer skill -Able to prepare project cost estimate, supervision and final cost statement for construction and maintenance of infrastructure, experience of working in a team to analyze, achieve project goals and outcomes. Have at least 6 months of experience with interpersonal skills. c) Age: 18 to 45 years Application submission location: Arjundhara Nagarpalika Office Application submission last date: 2078/10/13 Application fee: Rs.400/- Documents to be submitted with application: Citizenship, minimum academic qualification transcript, character certificate, experience documents, 2 pp size photo Note: Application form format and work details of Technical Assistant is available at www.pmeep.gov.np Arjundhara Nagarpalika

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    Program Manager

    Lalitpur, Nepal

    Heifer Project international Nepal (HPIN) is a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to ending hunger and poverty and caring for earth by providing livestock, education, and other resources to help poor families become self-reliant. HPIN invites application from eligible Nepali citizens for the post. Major Roles and Responsibility: The Program Manager (PM) will serve in accordance with HPIN vision, mission, goal, objectives, policies, and procedures. The Project Manager will lead coordination and collaboration with local government in project design and resource leverage at local level and ensure local needs and national development goals are contemplated. S/he will provide strategic guidance for effective implementation and coordinate with the thematic leads to ensure social capital, supply chain, market system development and cooperative development aspects of the project is impactful. She/he will provide continuous backstopping to Project Partners and manage all stakeholders for optimum project result Educational Qualifications and Experience: Minimum Requirements: A Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university in Business Administration, Rural Development, Enterprise Development or other related field and minimum of Seven (7) years of experience with an international organization in a similar context is required Preferred Requirements: A Master’s Degree or equivalent from a recognized university in the fields of Agriculture Economics, Business Administration, Rural Development, Enterprise Development or other related field and minimum of five (5) years of field and technical experience with commercial sector, agri business development in a mix of economic growth/trade, value chain competitiveness, investment promotion, or agriculture development.

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    Associate Finance Officer

    Lalitpur, Nepal

    Major Roles and Responsibility: Accountable for ensuring financial transactions are completed in a timely manner and filed along with proper supporting documentation. Ensure accurate data entry into ERP and timely payments to staff and vendors. Maintain proper communication with staff and vendors. Educational Qualifications and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, business administration or related fields is required, with minimum two (2) years of experience in a similar context. Experience in working with an international organization is preferred. Application Form (Download from Here) Job Descriptions – Program Manager (Download from Here) Job Descriptions – Associate Finance Officer (Download from Here) How to apply: A Cover letter mentioning expected salary along with application form, latest curriculum-vitae, a recent passport size photograph, a copy of Nepali citizenship certificate should be submitted at the following address by 25 January 2022. Please Indicate the position that you are applying for. Only short-listed candidates will be invited for the interview. Telephone enquiries will not be entertained.

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    Admin and Finance

    , Nepal

    Location: Mugu district with field visits Starting Date: March 1, 2022 Duration of Contract: One year with possibility of Extension Gross Salary: 1,115,900/annum Background: Good Neighbors International (GNI) is an international development and humanitarian organization that responds to the call of the neglected, vulnerable, and marginalized beyond the barriers of race, nationality, religion, ideology, and geography. GNI empowers people in 46 countries across the world through social development activities and places particular emphasis on economic development in order to break the vicious cycle of poverty that people in developing countries suffer from. Established in 1991 in Seoul, South Korea, GNI has fundraising offices in Chile, Mexico, USA, Canada, South Korea, Japan, Australia, Taiwan, United Kingdom, and an International Cooperation Office in Geneva, Switzerland. In Nepal, GNI has been working since 2002 for improving the lives of poor people, especially children through child protection, education, income generation, health services, water, sanitation and hygiene, disaster risk reduction/climate change adaptation, and advocacy programs. Currently, GNI Nepal serves marginalized, vulnerable, and poor children, families, and communities in 22 districts across Nepal. GNI Nepal is implementing a health project in Mugu District for subsequent management ofimproving maternal and child health care. Hence, the project office invites application from eligible Nepali citizens who are committed, reliable and have ability to deliver results for the position of Officer-Administration and Finance (AFO) to be based in Mugu. Scope of Work: The Admin and Finance Officer will be responsible for both financial and administrative activities of the project office. The major financial duties and responsibilities of the AFO include accounting, software operation, reporting and documentation, cash flow/fund management, compliance; while the major administrative responsibilities would include the works related to general administration, assets management, coordination, procurement function, inventory management, etc. Key Responsibilities: 1. Financial Duties and Responsibilities A. Accounting Lead finance and administration department in the project Prepare the finance reports Collect, cheque, register and keep track of all order forms, incoming and outgoing invoices, travel claims, according to Nepal law and internal procedures Make cash and bank reconciliation every month Comply with KOICA Accounting principles as compiling pertinent financial document in organized manner Prepare payroll of staffs monthly by coordinating with the Project Manager Conduct the internal audits of project, monitoring the transaction of the requisition and cash flow Lead project audit done by donor as well as organization annually B. Software Operation Keep updated record of all financial transactions in the financial software C. Reporting and Documentation Prepare monthly financial report by first week of succeeding month Submit financial report to donor organization on given deadline Track activity level budgets and report to concern Authority D. Cash Flow/Fund Management Maintain cost effectiveness and keep track of budget allocation as per activities Complete daily financial transaction under the supervision of Project Lead Handle cash and treasury operations with advanced use of spread sheets for tracking expenses and payroll system with tax applications, controls for ensuring proper transactions E. Compliance Implement financial policies, procedures and directives of the organization Comply with the national accounting and financial policies and procedures Cross verify (compliance and relevancy) all financial transactions of project office 2. Administrative duties and responsibilities A. General Administration Provide general administrative support to project office including managing Manage water, electricity supply and telephone/internet lines Comply with safety of office supplies, materials, equipment and physical facilities Maintain office premises to provide good working environment. Implement administrative policies and procedures Manage administrative function and establish internal administrative systems and controls Maintain updated documentation, filing, folders and administrative data management in both hard copy and soft copy version Maintenance of attendance register, contracting, logistical arrangement, maintaining of project document folders (staff, contracts, incoming and outgoing letters, etc.) B. Assets Management Maintain office equipment, materials and properties Keep records of the office supplies, materials and equipment Keep track of proper use, maintenance and repair of physical assets and office including vehicles, equipment, furniture, etc. as necessary C. Coordination Coordinate administrative activities and maintain monthly and yearly timetable Support in recruitment process locally and keep the employee records by coordinating with project management team Keep track/record of the training and workshops attended by staffs D. Procurement Function Engage in local procurement process as per procurement guideline as a member of project procurement committee member Roster management of all the materials and services to be bought by project in a given year E. Inventory Management Manage and maintain inventory and physically verify as per need Prepare the inventory report of furniture, equipment and goods F. Other Duties Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by supervisor Required skills and experiences Bachelors level in management with specialization in accounting having at least two years of experience working in the sector of finance and administration in I/NGOs and audit form Having negotiation skills and able to work under pressure Good interpersonal, communications and facilitation skills Working knowledge of English language along with writing and communication skills NOTES: Locals, especially women and members of ethnic or marginalized communities are encouraged to apply for this position Applications received after the closing date will not be considered and only shortlisted candidates will be notified for the interview Canvassing at any stage of the recruitment process shall lead to automatic disqualification of the candidate.

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    Operations Support and Logistics (OSL) Assistant (Roster)

    Kathmandu, Nepal

    Operations Support and Logistics (OSL) Assistant (Roster) – (2200218) Grade: No grade Contractual Arrangement: Special Services Agreement (SSA) Contract Duration (Years, Months, Days): Depends on the need of the functions. Job Posting: Jan 14, 2022, 3:41:57 AM Closing Date: Feb 3, 2022, 3:59:00 PM Primary Location: Nepal Organization: SE_NEP WR Office, Nepal Schedule: Full-time IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please note that the deadline for receipt of applications indicated above reflects your personal device’s system settings. PURPOSE OF THE POSITION: The purpose of this vacancy is to develop a list of qualified candidates for inclusion in this advertised roster for WHO Health Emergency Programme (WHE), Nepal. Successful candidates will be placed on the roster and subsequently may be selected for the assignments falling in this area of work or for similar requirements/tasks/deliverables. Inclusion in the Roster does not guarantee selection to a SSA contract. There is no commitment on either side. Objective of the Programme: The objective of the WHO Nepal Country Office is to implement the Country Cooperation Strategy by supporting the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP), Government of Nepal (GoN) in the formulation, implementation and evaluation of national health policies, strategies and plans and developing and managing WHO’s technical cooperation programmes at the country level. The Country Office collaborates with the Government of Nepal and relevant stakeholders in support of their efforts of achieving national health goals; of ensuring the attainment of universal health coverage and of contributing to global and regional public health action by providing need-based technical assistance in national level policy formulation, setting norms and standards, improving knowledge dissemination and management, monitoring country health situation and building sustainable institutional capacity, to play a greater leadership role in different national level policy technical forums. WHO provides guidance and technical support in organizing the humanitarian health response following multi-hazard emergencies and in revitalizing the capacity of the health sector to recover and rebuild from emergencies in appropriate and sustainable ways. In the inter-emergency period the objectives are to increase the capacity and resilience of the Nepal Health System to reduce risk, prevent and prepare for disasters, to mitigate adverse health consequences, through supporting the Emergency Risk Management interventions prioritized in the national plan for the implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (2015-2030); and the health security interventions for enhancement of core capacities required to comply with the International Health Regulations (IHR) 2005 as prioritized in the National Action Plan on Health Security (NAPHS), National Action Plan on Anti-Microbial Resistance (NAP-AMR) and National Pandemic Preparedness and Response Plan (NPPRP).WHO strives to integrate and harmonize the actions undertaken for enhanced ERM and Health Security with the interventions implemented to achieve the health-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and health systems strengthening through appropriate capacity building and co-ordination mechanisms and partnerships. The WHO Health Emergencies Programme (WHE) supports the MoHP, GoN to direct and coordinate the rapid provision of life-saving emergency health interventions at scale in the aftermath of multi-hazard emergencies and disasters and subsequently assists in the rapid recovery of the health system in collaboration with national and international partners. Thereupon it provides technical support to the MoHP and partners to enhance health sector emergency risk management through prevention risk reduction or mitigation; preparedness and response readiness to build a health system that is resilient to multi-hazard disasters including public health emergencies. Summary of Assigned Duties Under the overall supervision of Team Leader – WHO Health Emergencies (WHE) Programme, direct supervision of National Professional Officer – OSL, WHE Programme the incumbent will perform the following functions. Review incoming correspondence and ensure routing to the responsible officer, attaching background documents and highlighting areas requiring action. To ensure to deliver outgoing correspondence on time and keep follow up target dates and deadlines. Maintain filing system and ensure retrieve the necessary documents as and when needed. Coordinate with the concerned staff for necessary administrative preparation to conduct the meetings, seminars, workshops, ensuring all necessary documents and travel requests are sent to the participants on time. This also includes preparation of Travel requests (TR) in GSM under WHO travel policy and assistance for travel arrangements. Keep records of leave balance of the non-staff contract and keep proper documentation of travel requests of non-staff contract. Also, assist in submission and clearing the travel claims ensuring the proper documentation. Review the payment requests, keep records of receipt of deliverables and initiate and monitor payment. Coordinate with the vendor and central finance to clear all the operational-related invoices. Coordinate with Humanitarian Staging Area (HSA), World Food Progaramme (WFP) for smooth functioning of regular logistics activities such as Forklift services, labour services, and additional space as required. Coordinate with third-party logistics provider (Cargo) to receive several consignments to respond and prepare COVID-19. Arrange to dispatch various medical logistics consignments to different parts of the country on time. Monitored the pro1per functioning of WHE vehicles. Monthly tracking the fuel consumption, monitors the log sheets (Fuel sheet, Transport sheet, and Vehicle repair control form) for proper documentation. Also, assist field staff with maintenance and servicing of field vehicles as per WHO standards. Assist NPO OSL to prepare the contract for Consultants, Agreements for Performance (APW), Impress Purchase Order (IPOs), General External Services requests (GES), and other obligation documents as and when required keeping in mind as per the WHO rules and regulations. Assist in setup and making functional the temporary office (furnishing, internet, electricity) for Surge Staffs. Coordinate with travel companies personnel for booking flights, hotels, etc. for staff/non-staff contracts as and when required. Facilitate to procure low-value items with initiate requisition as per the procurement requirement. Also assists to receive the WHE procured items and store in the warehouse, record keeping, maintaining the inventory of the ICT equipment, handover documents and records receipt of deliverables. Assist newly appointed staff/non-staff contract for registration and verification in UN Personal database, issuing the ID Card, arranging the date for a security briefing, and other logistics supports. Any other tasks as assigned by the Supervisors. Qualification: Education Essential: Completion of Higher Secondary Level education. Desirable: University degree would be an asset. Experience: Essential: At least three years of work experience in the related field. Desirable: Five years experience in secretarial/clerical/administrative and emergency operations and logistic supply management work. Work experience with INGOs/UN systems will be an asset. Functional Skills and knowledge: In-depth knowledge of the key health security risks; situations, needs, and priorities in all-hazards public health emergency preparedness, and response. Ability to generate options, decide, prioritize, execute and multi-task under pressure. Ability to effectively work with government, development partners/donors, and collaborating agencies. Proven ability to promote consensus, communicate progress and results and proactively solve issues, while ensuring effective work practices and ethics. Technical expertise: Overall attitude at work is also required mandatory competencies. Good knowledge in outbreak response, disease control, and emergency risk management in the health sector. Good writing skills in English, including the ability to write clear and concise progress reports, analytical reports, plans, and proposals Other skills: Good knowledge of computer applications and software including MS Office applications (specifically excel, word and ppt.). Ability to coordinate with the government, manage projects, build partnerships with multiple partners in the context of health emergencies. Competencies: Teamwork Respecting and promoting individual and cultural differences Communication Ensuring the effective use of resources Producing results Use of Languages Skills: Excellent knowledge of written and spoken English and Nepali. REMUNERATION: Monthly Salary: (Net of tax) NPR Rs 97,279.00 (Level V) at single rate (taxable as per Nepal Government laws and appointment will be through Special Services Agreement, SSA) Grade: Level V Duty Station: Anywhere in Nepal ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: This vacancy notice may be used to fill other similar positions at the same grade level. Only candidates under serious consideration will be contacted. A written test and the interview may be used to screen applicants. Any extension of appointment would be subject to programmatic requirements, performance of the incumbent and availability of funds. WHO only considers higher educational qualification obtained from accredited institution. The list can be accessed through this link: http://www.whed.net. Any misrepresentative of facts would disqualify the candidate. No telephone enquiries or paper applications please. WHO is committed to workforce diversity. Application from qualified female candidates particularly from disadvantaged and socially excluded groups are -strongly encouraged. For information on WHO’s operations please visit: http://www.who.int. WHO prides itself on a workforce that adheres to the highest ethical and professional standards and that is committed to put the WHO Values Charter into practice. WHO has zero tolerance towards sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA), sexual harassment and other types of abusive conduct (i.e., discrimination, abuse of authority and harassment). All members of the WHO workforce have a role to play in promoting a safe and respectful workplace and should report to WHO any actual or suspected cases of SEA, sexual harassment and other types of abusive conduct. To ensure that individuals with a substantiated history of SEA, sexual harassment or other types of abusive conduct are not hired by the Organization, WHO will conduct a background verification of final candidates. WHO has a smoke-free environment and does not recruit smokers or users of any form of tobacco. This position is subject to local recruitment. please do visit our website to get application form

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    Administration & Finance Assistant

    Pokhara, Nepal

    We're hiring a qualified and smart staff for our agency. Examination type: Interview Required documents: Bio-data, copy of academic qualification certificates

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    Fund Raising Program Officer

    Pokhara, Nepal

    Academic qualification: Bachelor’s degree in English Examination type: Interview Required documents: Bio-data, copy of academic qualification certificates

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    Account Assistant

    Tulsipur, Nepal

    Service: Account Academic qualification: +2 in management and computer proficient Age: 18-30 years Exam type: Written and oral Required documents: 2 PP size photocopy of citizenship, educational certificate, training and experience certificate. Interested candidates are requested to submit the applications within the 7 days

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    Trainee – Program

    Kathmandu, Nepal

    Trainee – Program The Opportunity Save the Children is the leading independent organization for children. We save children’s lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfill their potential. We work together, with our partners from civil societies and government, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives. We reached approximately two million populations and invests over 40 million US dollars annually to reach more children than ever before, through programs in Health, Nutrition, Education, Protection and Child Rights and Governance, Livelihood, HIV and AIDS, and Humanitarian crises. Trainee – Program will closely work and support the Global Fund program team at the Country Office for the overall implementation and documentation of HIV, TB and Malaria grants. S/he will closely work with other team members to ensure that the required program support is provided as and when required. Key Responsibilities Assist in organising meetings, trainings, workshops and taking notes. Collect, compile and produce case studies and success stories on HIV, TB and Malaria program Collect updated training manuals, Guidelines, SOPs for all three diseases produced by WHO, UNAIDS, Global Fund and prepare an electronic folder of these materials Support and contribute to the development of documents relating to programme such as programme reports, concept papers, terms of references (TORs), meeting reports, IEC materials etc. Support M&E team to extract data from OPMIS and prepare analysis and summary reports Support Documentation Coordinator to update and maintain the filing system Prepare the inventory of IEC materials and dispatch IEC materials to the SDPs as per the request of program teams. Support logistic team in updating inventory, update bin cards and stock cards, generation of waybill and documentation of logistics and procurement related documents. Follow up with Courier about the status of delivery of logistic items to the SDPs. Qualifications and experience At least have a bachelor’s degree in any discipline Following Knowledge and Skills might give added value Knowledge on HIV, TB and Malaria program Report writing and documentation skills Creative and having learning attitude Excellent computer skills Fluent in spoken and written English Required No.(s): 1 Contract length: Fixed Term Location: Based in Country Office, Kathmandu “Nominal stipend of NRs.15,000 per month will be provided to cover basic expenses only” please visit our website to get the application form.

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    Administrative Assistant (Executive Assistant)

    Kathmandu, Nepal

    Posting Title: Administrative Assistant (Executive Assistant), G6 Job Code Title: ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Department/Office: Resident Coordinator System Duty Station: KATHMANDU Job Opening Number: 22-Administration-RCS-172564-R- (X) Staffing Exercise: N/A Org. Setting and Reporting This positions is located in the United Nation office in Nepal. Executive Associates at this level usually report to an Administrative Officer, Executive Officer, a Head of the Unit or to a Chief Administrative Officer Responsibilities Within delegated authority, the Executive Associate will be responsible for the following duties: Human Resources Management Initiates, reviews, processes and follows-up on actions related to the administration of the unit’s human resource activities, e.g., recruitment of staff and consultants, placement, promotion, relocation, performance appraisal, job classification reviews, separation of staff members, training etc., ensuring consistency in the application of UN rules and procedures. Responds to enquiries and provides information and advice to staff regarding their entitlements, administrative procedures, processes and practices, conditions of service, duties and responsibilities, and entitlements under the Staff Rules and Regulations. Oversees the maintenance of vacancy announcement files and keeps track of status of vacancy announcements. Reviews and processes personnel actions through Umoja. Monitors staffing table and prepare relevant statistical data/charts, including monitoring of gender parity and staff diversity. Supports the implementation of Occupational Safety and Health initiatives including on supporting duty of care Support the implementation of the Gender/ Disability/ Youth Inclusion strategies within the RCO and the wider UN system. Budget and Finance Assists in the preparation and review of financial and human resource proposals/requirements. Consolidates budget/work programme with respect to Headquarters’ budget, trust funds, grants and procurement. Monitors expenditures and compares with approved budget; prepares adjustments as necessary. Assists managers in the elaboration of resource requirements for budget submissions. Assists in preparation of budget performance submissions and finalization of budget performance reports, analysing variances between approved budgets and actual expenditures Prepares or customizes financial reports from Umoja system generated reports. Co-ordinates with other finance and budget staff on related issues during preparation of budget reports. General Administration Drafts routine correspondence to respond to enquiries in respect to relevant administrative, financial audit, personnel matters. Coordinates extensively with service units and liaises frequently with internal team members both at Headquarters and in the field. Performs other related administrative duties, as required (e.g., operational travel programme; monitoring accounts and payment to vendors and individual contractors for services; physical space planning; identification of office technology needs and maintenance of equipment, software and systems; organizing and coordinating seminars, conferences and translations). May be responsible for guiding, training, and supervising the work of more junior General Service staff. Supports in liaising with UNESCAP, UNON and other relevant UN entities as required. Undertakes the necessary actions and responsibilities in the necessary online systems (Umoja, IRIS etc.) – training on the necessary systems will be provided. Acts as a focal point for Umoja requisitioner and petty cash custodian for the Country Office May be responsible for guiding, training, and supervising the work of more junior General Service staff. Contract Administration/Procurement Provides operational coordination and administrative services in Umoja, to support procurement projects and activities, following standard processes; raise requests for goods, services, and hiring of consultants/individual contractors Reviews and prepares requirements and scope of work and specifications of goods and services and necessary documentations in consultation with relevant stakeholders Coordinates with day-to-day administration of contracts between the UN and external contractors for goods and services Maintains internal files and relevant documentations for procurement activities Inspects and receipts goods/services received against the purchase order, invoices provided by the contractor and perform asset management activities Processes the payment of contractors’ invoices and monitor payments upon satisfactory receipt and performance Prepares and processes all UN forms and permissions for contractual and work Unit, Section or Service UN staff, including: UN grounds passes, property passes, UN parking permits, swipe-card access and door keys. Work implies frequent interaction with the following: Staff within the Executive Office or work unit and clients in Department. Human resource, administrative, accounting staff in missions and Headquarters, general support service and conference services staff. Consulting firms. Results Expected: Works with minimal amount of supervision; independently provides accurate reports and/or records in the areas of work programming, budget/financial management, personnel administration and other administrative functions; efficiently supervises team of clerical staff or work unit. Competencies PROFESSIONALISM: Ability to perform a broad range of administrative functions, e.g., budget/work programme, human resources, database management, etc. Ability to apply knowledge of various United Nations administrative, financial and human resources rules and regulations in work situations. Shows pride in work and in achievements; demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results; is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges; remains calm in stressful situations; commitment to implementing the goal of gender equality by ensuring the equal participation and full involvement of women and men in all aspects of work. PLANNING & ORGANIZATION: Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees r Risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently. CLIENT ORIENTATION: Considers all those to whom services are provided to be “clients” and seeks to see things from clients’ point of view; establishes and maintains productive partnerships with clients by gaining their trust and respect; identifies clients’ needs and matches them to appropriate solutions; monitors ongoing developments inside and outside the clients’ environment to keep informed and anticipate problems; keeps clients informed of progress or setbacks in projects; meets timeline for delivery of products or services to client. Education High school diploma or equivalent is required. Passing the Global General Service Test (GGST) is a prerequisite for recruitment consideration in the General Services and related categories in the United Nations Secretariat. Applicants who have not passed the GGST at the time of application may be invited for the test after submitting an application. Work Experience A minimum of seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience in administrative services, finance, accounting, audit, human resources or related area is required. Work experience with an Enterprise Resources Planning system, such as Umoja or similar, is desirable. Work experience with the United Nations or similar international organization is desirable. Languages English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For the post advertised, fluency in oral and written English and Nepali is required. Knowledge of another official United Nations language is an advantage. “Fluency equals a rating of “fluent” in all four areas (read, write, speak, understand) and ” Knowledge of equals a rating of’ confident” in two of the four areas. Assessment Evaluation of qualified candidates may include an assessment exercise which may be followed by competency-based interview. Special Notice Appointment against this post is on a local basis and is open for an initial period of one year and may be subject to extension subject to legislative body funding availability. This position is subject to local recruitment pursuant to staff rule 4.4 of the United Nations Staff Rules. All staff in the General Service and related categories shall be recruited in the country or within commuting distance of each office, irrespective of their nationality and of the length of time they may have been in the country. A staff member subject to local recruitment shall not be eligible for the allowances or benefits exclusively applicable to international recruitment. The United Nations Secretariat is committed to achieving 50/50 gender balance in its staff. Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply for this position. Internal Applicants: When completing the form, ensure ALL fields, ALL professional experience and contact information are completed and up to date. This information is the basis for the hiring manager to assess your eligibility and suitability for the position and to contact you. Staff members are subject to the authority of the Secretary-General and to assignment by him or her. In this context, all staff are expected to move periodically to new functions in their careers in accordance with established rules and procedures. At the United Nations, the paramount consideration in the recruitment and employment of staff is the necessity of securing the highest standards of efficiency, competence and integrity, with due regard to geographic diversity. All employment decisions are made on the basis of qualifications and organizational needs. The United Nations is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment of mutual respect. The United Nations recruits and employs staff regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religious, cultural and ethnic backgrounds or disabilities. Reasonable accommodation for applicants with disabilities may be provided to support participation in the recruitment process when requested and indicated in the application. All applicants are strongly encouraged to apply on-line as soon as possible after the job opening has been posted and well before the deadline stated in the job opening. Online applications will be acknowledged where an email address has been provided. If you do not receive an e-mail acknowledgement within 24 hours of submission, your application may not have been received. In such cases, please resubmit the application, if necessary. If the problem persists, please seek technical assistance through the Inspira “Need Help?” link. United Nations Considerations According to article 101, paragraph 3, of the Charter of the United Nations, the paramount consideration in the employment of the staff is the necessity of securing the highest standards of efficiency, competence, and integrity. Candidates will not be considered for employment with the United Nations if they have committed violations of international human rights law, violations of international humanitarian law, sexual exploitation, sexual abuse, or sexual harassment, or if there are reasonable grounds to believe that they have been involved in the commission of any of these acts. The term “sexual exploitation” means any actual or attempted abuse of a position of vulnerability, differential power, or trust, for sexual purposes, including, but not limited to, profiting monetarily, socially or politically from the sexual exploitation of another. The term “sexual abuse” means the actual or threatened physical intrusion of a sexual nature, whether by force or under unequal or coercive conditions. The term “sexual harassment” means any unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature that might reasonably be expected or be perceived to cause offence or humiliation, when such conduct interferes with work, is made a condition of employment or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment, and when the gravity of the conduct warrants the termination of the perpetrator’s working relationship. Candidates who have committed crimes other than minor traffic offences may not be considered for employment. Due regard will be paid to the importance of recruiting the staff on as wide a geographical basis as possible. The United Nations places no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment. The paramount consideration in the appointment, transfer, or promotion of staff shall be the necessity of securing the highest standards of efficiency, competence, and integrity. By accepting an offer of appointment, United Nations staff members are subject to the authority of the Secretary-General and assignment by him or her to any activities or offices of the United Nations in accordance with staff regulation 1.2 (c). In this context, all internationally recruited staff members shall be required to move periodically to discharge new functions within or across duty stations under conditions established by the Secretary-General. Applicants are urged to follow carefully all instructions available in the online recruitment platform, inspira. For more detailed guidance, applicants may refer to the Manual for the Applicant, which can be accessed by clicking on “Manuals” hyper-link on the upper right side of the inspira account-holder homepage. The evaluation of applicants will be conducted on the basis of the information submitted in the application according to the evaluation criteria of the job opening and the applicable internal legislations of the United Nations including the Charter of the United Nations, resolutions of the General Assembly, the Staff Regulations and Rules, administrative issuances and guidelines. Applicants must provide complete and accurate information pertaining to their personal profile and qualifications according to the instructions provided in inspira to be considered for the current job opening. No amendment, addition, deletion, revision or modification shall be made to applications that have been submitted. Candidates under serious consideration for selection will be subject to reference checks to verify the information provided in the application. Job openings advertised on the Careers Portal will be removed at 11:59 p.m. (New York time) on the deadline date. No Fee THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, OR TRAINING). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON APPLICANTS’ BANK ACCOUNTS Interested candidates can visit our website to get application form

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    Project Coordinator

    , Nepal

    Position Summary: The Project Coordinator (PC) is a prime representative of Pahuch Program in Rural Women Upliftment Association and is responsible for managing overall Pahuch programming that includes social protection policies and programmes are child sensitive and result in improved development outcomes for children. To achieve this the project engages with all levels of government while emphasis is placed at municipal level as this is where social protection activities are anchored and opportunities to influence are multiple. The experiences and learning from past years suggest that the best way to achieve the above is by working around three areas. They are strengthened social protection system to ensure that all eligible people, especially children and the most marginalized, secure their entitlements in the project area. The Child Grant (CG) Plus initiative is effectively implemented by local governments. The policy environment for inclusive and child sensitive social protection is strengthened. And also able to prepare and compiled reports (monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual report) and documents best practices. S/he is also responsible for monitoring, capacity building and reporting in the assigned sector. The PC is an also responsible on Community Mobilization and Administration of Pahuch Program under direct supervision of ED/Chairperson. He will be accountable for extending the coordination with stakeholders, govt. line agencies and I/NGOs to create favorable environment to achieve the vision, mission and goal of the organization. The PC bears lead responsibility and accountability of effective community mobilization, organizational development and institutionalization of synergy amongst core and non-core programs and its periodic reporting and documentation. The PC is 100% accountable and responsible for program management, coordination, linkage and reporting. S/he will manage his/her 70% time for coordination, linkage and reporting at program level and another 30% time will be used for field based implementation, support visits, etc. Key Responsibility: Guide/support the subordinates for annual program design, planning and budgeting. Guide/support the staffs for quality program implementation collaborating and coordinating with stakeholders, Govt. line agencies and I/NGOs. Assist the team to ensure effective community mobilization and to maintain better synergy on PAHUCH program. Encourage and assist to subordinates in exploring and identifying the best practices as well as new approaches of program delivery that can contribute for program scaling up and extension. Ensure the quality of program implementation by organizing support visits and joint monitoring on a regular basis. Assist the staff members to prepare the work plan of program to be implemented for timely accomplishment and to achieve the desired targets. Ensure the mobilization of available resources to the extent of benefiting sponsored and other children of impact area and the community as a whole. Conduct regular staff meeting to resolve the programmatic and administrative issues. Willing to work with marginalized and deprived community. Required Education & Experience: Bachelor’s degree in social science or any other discipline with overall leadership and management skills. Master’s degree will highly preferred in relevant field At least 3 years of professional experience in a related organization and experience in program work, program reporting, staff management. Strong written and spoken English and Nepali language skills. Computing skills with experience in Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, spread sheets and databases fluently. Good interpersonal and communication skills and experience in liaising with a range of partners, stakeholders and vendors Analyze and troubleshoot program challenges and can able to work in pressure. Enthusiasm and ability to work as part of a team, while being able to work independently Demonstrated ability to prioritize tasks and work well under pressure Willingness to assume a range of unanticipated tasks and work flexible hours, including some weekends if required If required willingness to travel Having valid driving license along with personal bike. Able to coordinate with local and district level government structures for effective implementation of planned activities. Can adjust in team and play the role of supportive.

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    Field Officer

    , Nepal

    Position Summary: With close collaboration and consultation with Project coordinator, s/he will be responsible for providing technical assistance to PAHUCH Program related activities (identifying/forming/reforming farmers’ groups, conducting technical training to the local groups and also able to prepare reports (monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual report) and documents best practices. They are strengthened social protection system to ensure that all eligible people, especially children and the most marginalized, secure their entitlements in the project area. The Child Grant (CG) Plus initiative is effectively implemented by local governments. The policy environment for inclusive and child sensitive social protection is strengthened. And also able to prepare reports (monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual report) and documents best practices. S/he is also responsible for monitoring, capacity building and reporting in the assigned sector. Required Education & Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Education, Sociology or any other discipline with a minimum of 2 years of work experience in the Education related project worked in NGO/INGO and Master’s degree in education will be advantage. Having knowledge about “Sponsorship Program” Process and approaches. Able to organize and facilitate training/orientation of regarding educational related object in the field. Able to develop annual plan, execute, monitor and evaluate. Having minimum 2-3 years’ experience in community mobilization. Can speak and write English and Nepali and able to prepare report in both languages. Aware and familiar with local language. Computer knowledge (word, excel, power point,) and strong in email internet. Willing to spend 70% time in field work and having willing to work with children. Having valid driving license along with personal bike. Able to coordinate with local level and district level government structures like School, Ward, WCRC, health facility, for effective technical support, coordination and program Implementation. Well respectful and committed to be a part of Child safeguarding and zero tolerances on fraud, bribery and corruption. Can adjust in team and play the role of supportive.

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    Finance And Admin Officer

    , Nepal

    Position summary: This is a key position for the operational functions of Pahuch Project in RWUA Office, Haripur. The purpose of this position is to ensure that financial and administrative functions run smoothly through operation and staffs are provided necessary input and advices. This includes budget planning and revision, cash planning and mobilization, and routine accounting, monitoring and reporting. This also includes ensuring that internal control functions are in place, PahuchProject’s grant is regularly monitored and reported and audit functions are facilitated and implemented properly. This will require working closely with Project Staff, SCI and other stakeholder staff; and managing and supervising the subordinates. Key Responsibilities: Preparation of the monthly finance report and other required documents as per requirement of partner organization and submit on 25th of every month. Supporting in the preparation of periodic plans, monthly/annual budget, Quarterly Budget re-forecast and budget revision for the partnership program as required. Preparation of required vouchers and maintenance of books of account on regular basis. SCI requirements for charging codes are strictly compiled with. Provide & ensure payments to vendors, staffs and settlement of advance, liabilities & receivables etc. and reconcile with required documents as per compliance on time. Ensure petty cash is managed and replenished according to established petty cash level. Maintain & safely keep back up data of finance and finance related documents. Request for fund for the implementation of Partnership program to partner organization on periodic basis using standard forms and formats as required for the partner organization. Ensure timely cash forecasting is done and fund is available for the project. Develop and update filing system of the organization. Provide & update required financial information to all project staffs regularly. Ensure the administration work is smoothly running. Responsible for ensuring the HR management system and keep the updated HR documents. Responsible for safety, security and maintenance of Asset and keep the related documents updated. Responsible for Inventory Management, store maintenance and keep the updated inventory documents. Responsible for Procurement for the project ensuring all the required donor compliances. Value for money is ensured in all procurement. Responsible for logistic/supply chain management of office and program. Assist field based program staff to implement planned activities occasionally. Prepare and send the updated Asset and Inventory and HR related documents on 7th of every month to partner organization. Carry out the daily routine work of the organization as per the prior approval of the Project coordinator. Required Education & Experience: Bachelor degree in Management (Master is preferred) Accountancy/Financial Management or the equivalent. At least 2 years of experience in Administration or Account or Finance, preferably in development cooperation or NGOs. Candidate having work experience in accounting software and FAMAS accounting knowledge is highly preferred. Strong written and spoken English and Nepali language skills. Basic computing skills with experience in word processing, Excel sheet, Power Point, Email and Internet. Good interpersonal and communication skills Ability to work accurately with close attention to detail, and to meet deadlines. Ability to keep sensitive information confidential. Knowledge in managed outgoing and incoming mail/letter Having valid driving license and personal bike.

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    Meal Officer

    , Nepal

    Position summary: The objective of post holder is to execute MEAL system in all programs funded by Save the Children, provide technical support in program quality control, program planning, capacity building of program staffs in MEAL function and setting up accountability mechanism in PNGO including documentation of program/project’s interventions. Ensure smooth functioning of MEAL system in program, conduct monthly quality monitoring (70%) in line with quality benchmark, prepare quality monitoring report, share community sharing tools and conduct output monitoring. Similarly provide necessary data to the program team to finalize project report, prepare case studies/success stories/good practices for program/project. The position holder will ensure smooth functioning of CFM system, update action plan tracker and Complain Feedback Mechanism (CFM), update MEAL OPMIS, and program database. Key Responsibility: MONITORING Support/assist program/project team in developing M&E plan and Indicator tracking table Technically support program/project team in developing monitoring checklist and tools. Lead and support to program team to conduct the QBM orientation to field staff Conduct quality monitoring against quality benchmark in monthly basis, prepare and share monitoring visit reports based on findings and develop action plan jointly with program team. Conduct quarterly output tracking (Variance analysis, source verification & Progress of outputs), prepare a brief report and share with concerned program team. Verify data with source, hard copy and OPMIS Lead to update the action plan tracker in OPMIS and provide the follow up information to program team on timely basis to close out the QBM findings. Keep track of total reach figure on regular basis EVALUATION Support program team/consultants/evaluation team during field visits. Support program/project team during baseline, mid-term evaluation, situation analysis and database reporting. Support in logistic arrangement for evaluation team during field visits. ACCOUNTABILITY Ensure that all staffs of the organization fully understand and promote accountability in general and to children through training, orientation, and coaching. Establish an effective functional system for complaints/ feedback handling and response mechanisms at organization. Ensure the toll-free number is maintain and functional properly and response to beneficiaries on time. Lead and support to conduct the accountability orientation to beneficiaries during the program implementation. Ensure community sharing tools are used properly (MEAL’s information, master flex print, radio jingles, toll free number and objectives of the activity/ project) with the beneficiaries. Ensure that the complaints/ feedback mechanism issues are addressed on time. Ensure the complaints and feedbacks have been successfully and timely updated in the OPMIS. Perform regular trend analysis (of various variables present in the CFM recording form) of complaints/ feedbacks at PNGO level and share it with program team and board members during the monthly staff meeting. Conduct preliminary verification and prepare preliminary report in case of serious nature of complaints filed from beneficiaries/ communities in coordination with CFM committee LEARNING & DOCUMENTATION Support/facilitate to implement learning agenda to generate learning/evidences Document all the learning’s in learning log sheet Conduct debriefing session among all staff about learning in all staff meeting and develop an action plan following the learning log sheet Support program team to incorporate key learning’s in upcoming plan and intervention (Generated through CFM and Action plan tracker) Share the progress of leaning in each month during all staff meeting Support to keep the total reach data in provided tools and template. Required Education & Experience: Bachelor’s degree (in Social Science Human Rights, Law, BBS, any other related qualification) with 3 years of relevant work experience. Masters preferred.. Having valid driving license along with personal bike. Able to develop annual plan, execute, monitor and evaluate. Can speak and write English and Nepali and able to prepare report in both languages. Aware and familiar with local language. Computer knowledge (word, excel, power point,) and strong in email or internet. Ability to work under pressure and within the tight timeframe

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    Project Manager-ProTecT

    Lalitpur, Nepal

    Summary of Position NOTE: Plan International Nepal invites the applications from FEMALE CANDIDATES ONLY with priority from minority and youth groups for this position. ROLE PROFILE Title: Project Manager -ProTecT Functional Area Program: Thrive Reports to: Head of Child Protection Program Location: CO Travel required: Yes (frequent) Grade: D2 Type: Fixed Term Employment until 31st December 2023 based in Country Office, Lalitpur ABOUT PLAN INTERNATIONAL Plan International is a development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We strive for a just world, working together with children, young people, our supporters and partners in over 75 countries. Our programs are underpinned by a core of defined values, including transparency and accountability, team collaboration, inclusion and integration, as well as the overall ambition to empower girls and young women as legacy. Plan International has been working in Nepal since 1978 and developed a strong reputation as a respected development and humanitarian actor helping marginalised children, their families and communities to access their rights to health, education, economic security and protection. Through the support of local partners, Plan International works in 24 districts in Nepal. Plan International Nepal has a vision for 2030 as “an inclusive, just and safe society where all girls and young women enjoy their rights and live in freedom”. This is coupled with the ambition of taking action so that 100 million girls learn, lead, decide and thrive as “Girls and young women in all of their diversity reach their full potential as equal and active citizens” by 2023. The country strategy is put into action through the implementation of three interrelated program areas defined as follows: LEARN: the “Education and Skills and Opportunities for Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship (SOYEE)” program aims to assist vulnerable and excluded girls and young women in adapting and thriving in a changing climate; LEAD AND DECIDE: the “Youth as Active Drivers of Change and Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR)” program aims to empower girls and young women in leading change, having control over their bodies and making informed decisions; and THRIVE: the “Early Childhood Development (ECD), Child Protection and Child Poverty” program enhances vulnerable and excluded children, especially girls, to be valued and cared for without discrimination, fear and any forms of violence. Plan international Nepal seeks candidates who practice feminist leadership, promote diversity, actively seek innovative solutions for problems, courageously and respectfully share their opinions and ideas, break down barriers and engender cross-department collaboration, practice active listening, maintain confidentiality, build trust and are passionate about children’s rights and equality for girls. Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organisation working in 51 developing countries that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. Plan International has been working in Nepal since 1978, helping marginalised children, their families and communities to access their rights to health, education, economic security and protection. Through the support of local partners, Plan International works in 42 districts in Nepal. The main program areas in its new Country Strategy are Early Childhood Development, Basic Education, Youth Economic Empowerment, Child Protection and Resilience, including humanitarian assistance as required. ROLE PURPOSE Overall goal of the ProTEcT Project is to educate, empower and equip adolescent girls and young women, families, communities, protective actors and local government with knowledge, capacity and resources to help protect vulnerable populations, prevent trafficking, respond to risks and in contributing developing a system for repatriation of survivors across India, Bangladesh and Nepal. The Project Manager will provide leadership in the coordination, delivery, monitoring and reporting of the of the ProTEcT Project in line with the approved project proposal, Detailed project implementation plan (DIP) and funding agreement document (FAD)following the gender transformative approaches as outlined in Plan Nepal Country Strategy. S/he is responsible for high quality and timely delivery of the project according to the objectives and approaches described in the project proposal and contract documents and to the satisfaction of the project stakeholders. The position holder will be responsible to lead and coordinate ProTEcT Project program planning, implementation and monitoring at community, Province, national level and regional level. Lead and contribute for achieving the project. S/he will be required to compile and prepare Quarterly Report, Progress Reports, Case Stories Annual Program Progress Report and Grant project report. Description DIMENSIONS OF THE ROLE Achieve the objectives outlined in the Global and Nepal specific Theory of Change of the ProTEcT project. Plan and implement the project in close coordination with partners and stakeholders and also responsible to coordinate with national-level stakeholders such as the Nepal Police; the Ministry of Women, Children and Senior Citizen; IACG; SAIEVAC; expert organizations and civil society organizations. Coordinate program planning, budgeting, implementing, monitoring and reporting of the Protect project in Sunsari, Makwanpur, Banke and N Undertake continual analysis of the policy and advocacy landscape with regard to the thematic areas identified in the project and work closely with thematic specialists and the communications team to ensure integrated and mutually reinforcing strategies. Manage country-level initiatives such as setting up the national Missing Child Alert (MCA) system ( RIMS or Similar to RIMS), capacity building, lobbying, and advocacy Coordinate with the Field Office level Child protection Coordinators on project-related matters and provide technical as well as monitoring support. Build strong, strategic relationships with internal and external stakeholders, including government officials, legislators, and UN agency staff, to position Plan as an influential thought leader on key child rights issues specifically with regard to the identified issues in the project. S/he will focus on national level influencing while support district-level influencing where possible and strategic. The position holder will be responsible for oversight and management of ProTEct Project budget Prepare annual program progress reports as per the country and project requirementsThe position reports to the Head of Child Protection Program. S/he will be based in Country Office with frequent travel to program areas. ACCOUNTABILITIES Ensure quality in program interventions, lead and facilitate to implement the programs Develop/modify Detail Implementation Plan (DIP), result based monitoring framework and Program Outline. Support Field Offices (FOs) to carryout partner agreements and assessment following Plan International Nepal’s policy procedures. Coordinate and manage national level partner. Lead and coordinate the project interventions, development of technical tools with adequate consultation and participation of Country Office and FOs concerned staff and other key stakeholders at all stages of project. Coordinate, supervise and appraise project-supported interventions to ensure timely and quality delivery of the project at all stages of the project, and to ensure efficient utilization and timely accountability of funds and other resources allocated in accordance with grant condition Lead for national and regional level program interventions and influencing and capacity building component. Ensure child protection risk assessment and mitigation measures in the project. Ensure that the concerned Plan staff and partners, at country and field level, have consistent understanding about the objectives and logic of interventions of Project. Enhance capacity and collaboration of both state and non-state actors in repatriation of trafficking victims through the RIMS or similar system and joint advocacy efforts. Orient/coach/mentor FO staff and partner staff and management on project methodology, approach, deliverables. Support FOs and partners for developing role models/ambassadors. Support and Coordinate with government agencies at the local, province, federal and regional level and other non-government agencies, civil society organizations and social institutions in enhancing Protect project agenda. Represent Plan International Nepal at relevant technical working groups and events/fora to ensure the Project is visible at national, district level. Ensure the project is safe and protective for children and young people through proper safeguarding related risk assessment and implementation of mitigation measures and review of it on regular basis. Enhance gender transformative approach and girls’ focus in the implementation of the Project Ensure that the Project is focused on children at risk, especially vulnerable girls, for preventing them from being trafficked. Promote leadership and collective actions of children and adolescent girls as “Adolescent Advocates” to combat against trafficking. Ensure the program identifies and addresses root causes of child trafficking and program approach and interventions are empowering to girls and women and promote their dignity. Compile and maintain gender and socially disaggregated data and information as per monitoring and evaluation framework on quarterly and annual basis. Ensure effective monitoring, accountability and knowledge sharing among partners and beyond Visit program sites and monitor program/projects and update visit reports in SAP. Develop result-based monitoring framework and implement it with support of MER staff. Set milestones – quarterly and annual – based on the project log frame and result-based indicators. Organize quarterly review of project implementation to assess the achievement of milestones and expected results of the Project. Continuously guide the project implementation through feedback and follow up to achieve the milestones and results with quality and on time. Undertake monthly tracking of budget spending in order to ensure spending as planned, and timely settlement of the expenditures. Prepare and submit quality and timely project reports to resource mobilization team as per donor requirements and the project monitoring & evaluation plan. Develop a system for capturing, documenting and disseminating project experiences, achievements, lesson learnt and best practice to Plan and partner staff while maintaining project records for accountability purposes. Support and ensure quality success cases stories as per grants requirement. Support partners in preparing, orientation packages, training manuals and other resource materials. Ensure team based project management Lead and facilitate joint and individual actions within the Project Team which comprises of designated staff from different departments – Program, Finance, HR, Operations as well as FOs. Develop scope of work for implementing partners of the Project and support in selecting partners and concluding partnership agreements. Prepare Country Annual Total (CAT) as per expenditure and adjust activities in coordination with concerned staff. Undertake Corporate Responsibility Respect organizational values and comply with all Plan International Nepal and Corporate Code of Conduct, Policies and Standards. Maintain confidentiality of all critical and sensitive information of the organization. Undertake any assigned responsibility when delegated Ensures that Plan International’s global policies for Child Protection (CPP) and Gender Equality and Inclusion (GEI) are fully embedded in accordance with the principles and requirements of the policy including relevant Implementation Standards and Guidelines as applicable to their area of responsibility. This includes, but is not limited to, ensuring staff and associates are aware of and understand their responsibilities under these policies and Plan International’s Code of Conduct (CoC), their relevance to their area of work, and that concerns are reported and managed in accordance with the appropriate procedures. KEY RELATIONSHIPS Coordinate, collaborate and negotiate to manage expectations of 3 FOs and various stakeholders at field level including community and government including regional stakeholders ( India and Bangladesh) TECHNICAL EXPERTISE, SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE Educational Qualification and Work Experience Essential Master’ s Degree in Social Sciences, Human rights, Gender Studies or any development related field with 3-4 years of experience or Bachelor’s Degree with 5+ years of experience in child protection especially addressing human/ child trafficking and gender based violence. Good understanding of contemporary issues, activities, approaches and policy and legal legislation related to human trafficking and children rights. Basic management knowledge ( PMDPRO) Proven experience in coordination, liaison and networking, managing teams, working with children, finance and other critical management domains. Project management experience. Experience in capacity building, training and facilitation to partner organizations Experience of working at national level especially program and influencing. Desirable Knowledge Clear understanding of the development sector, its operating and regulatory environment ( in Nepal) Clear understanding of the socio/political economic and cultural issues of Nepal, specifically post located districts of the country. Understanding and knowledge of the international human rights framework for development, key development issues, approaches and tools. Clear in-depth technical and practical knowledge and understanding of gender-based violence and child protection issues and child protection policy Clear knowledge and understanding of gender transformative agenda and its application in the rural context. Understanding project development and management in participatory process. Conflict sensitive project management. Different options and possibilities of program and financial operations. Knowledge & understanding of Plan’s vision, mission values. Skills Operational planning & execution Analysis & reasoning Managing work relationships (internal/external) Communicating, one to one, in groups both in writing, verbally, presentations and reports, in English, Nepali and relevant local languages. Preparation and management of budgets and assessment of financial implication in work situations Facilitation, negotiation and networking Persuasion and ability to influence Ability to problem solve, handle setbacks and pressure Ability to use basic office electronic equipment & computer applications Behaviours Demonstrable high degree of professional maturity and integrity Willingness, flexibility and ability to work to work independently. Ability to apply good judgment and professionalism in the resolution of work- related problems Commitment for gender transformative programs, and sensitivity to children and disability issues Willingness, ability and commitment to build and nurture team Commitment to Plan’s values including the rights and needs of children, particularly girls. PLAN INTERNATIONAL’S VALUES IN PRACTICE We are open and accountable Promotes a culture of openness and transparency, including with sponsors and donors. Holds self and others accountable to achieve the highest standards of integrity. Consistent and fair in the treatment of people. Open about mistakes and keen to learn from them. Accountable for ensuring we are a safe organisation for all children, girls & young people We strive for lasting impact Articulates a clear purpose for staff and sets high expectations. Creates a climate of continuous improvement, open to challenge and new ideas. Focuses resources to drive change and maximise long-term impact, responsive to changed priorities or crises. Evidence-based and evaluates effectiveness. We work well together Seeks constructive outcomes, listens to others, willing to compromise when appropriate. Builds constructive relationships across Plan International to support our shared goals. Develops trusting and ‘win-win’ relationships with funders, partners and communities. Engages and works well with others outside the organization to build a better world for girls and all children. We are inclusive and empowering We empower our staff to give their best and develop their potential We respect all people, appreciate differences and challenge equality in our programs and our workplace We support children, girls and young people to increase their confidence and to change their own lives. PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT Based in Plan International Nepal’s Country Office, Lalitpur with frequent travel to program areas (Sunsari, Makwanpur and Banke). Able to work in difficult circumstances and pressure Work with multi-culture and multi-lingual staff/team members, partner organisations and stakeholders. LEVEL OF CONTACT WITH CHILDREN Medium contact: Occasional interaction with children Say Yes ! To Keeping Children and Young people safe and Protected. interested candidate can visit our website to get application form.

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