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CRG and Child Protection Specialist

The Child Rights Governance (CRG) and Child Protection Specialist is responsible to work with the Senior Advocacy, CRG and Child Protection Specialist to provide strategic direction, timely technical inputs and guidance to Save the Children’s CRG and Protection team and to ensure that high quality child focused CRG and protection programs are developed both in Nepal and Bhutan. S/he works to develop new and /or innovative child focused result oriented CRG and Child Protection programs/projects, including leading on child participation programming. S/he promotes excellence of CRG and Protection programs. S/he develops minimum standards for activities/ interventions in CRG and Child Protection and revises and updates them to continuously improve them. S/he promotes child participation and child rights programming as an underlying principle by providing high quality and timely technical support to the program implementation team both at the national and field level. S/he will establish proven evidence of successful Save the Children CRG and Protection initiatives, take lead in documenting them and establish their linkages with other thematic areas. The Specialist will be responsible to support the Sr Specialist to establish and maintain relationships with relevant line ministries of the Government of Nepal and influence and support the formulation/reformulation of legal/policy framework on child rights in compliance with international human/child rights standards. He/she will also work to strengthen linkages and collaboration with child rights/ civil society organizations and networks to promote child rights agenda in the country. He/she will keep him/herself updated about latest development in CRG and Child Protection nationally and internationally to ensure that Nepal and Bhutan country programs on CRG and Protection are relevant, effective and sustainable and in line with national/international development. Location: Kathmandu, Nepal Contract - Full-Time Closing date: Sunday 15 December 2013 All jobs close at midnight UK time on the date specified

Regional Program Manager

Job Details Position Title Senior Regional Program Manager--Nepalgunj, Nepal Requisition Number 13-0195 Post Date 10/23/2013 City Nepalgunj Description Senior Regional Program Manager (SRPM)--Note: This position is for Nepal residents only. Expat benefits are not available for this position Summary: The Senior Regional Program Manager will have primary responsibility for guiding and supervising the thematic program specialists, working with implementing partners (IPs) and providing technical coordination of project implementation within the three target Districts in the Mid-West and Far-West Regions of Nepal. The SRPM will also identify and implement IPs’ capacity building programs and provide technical assistance to IPs and other local stakeholders including local government units to improve the service delivery processes and benefitting people, especially the youth, women and marginalized groups. The Senior Regional Program Manager reports to the Deputy Chief of Party. Specific Duties and Responsibilities: • Facilitates and monitors the attainment of programmatic goal and objectives, • Provides support and guidance to line managers and the implementing partners to evaluate, plan and implement local projects • Works with local government units and the communities to identify priority areas and quick-win strategies; Minimum Qualifications: • A minimum of 5 years of experience working/managing grants to NGOs, and facilitation of participatory community program design and implementation. • Program experience in implementing USAID governance program or similar programs with other international donors. • Strong analytical skills, ability to multi-task, meet deadlines on short notice, and act as a team player. • Experience in program management in difficult settings • Excellent computer literacy in Word, Excel and PowerPoint are required. • English and Nepali fluency required, both in written and verbal . Knowledge of local languages in the region will add value. • Open to Nepalese nationals only. Preference for: • Demonstrated capacity to manage complex programs with many implementation sites, partners and beneficiaries • Ability and willingness to work in a challenging and dynamic environment and engage community-based groups as development partners • Strong communication skills, cultural sensitivity, and respect for diversity • Working in a team management environment Skills and Abilities: Behavioral Competencies • Strong in all areas Leadership • Ability to sustain interpersonal and professional relationships with internal colleagues and contacts in donor and peer organizations • Ability to model GESI principles in the programming. • Strong understanding of Pact’s strategy and how tasks contribute to the greater good • Consistently works within internal process and procedures • Strong interpersonal and team building skills • Engagement in corporate initiatives Project Management • Strong planning and time management skills • Strong written and oral communication skills, including the ability to make a public presentation to donors, local government officials, and community leadership • Ability to problem-solve difficult issues • Ability to multitask with ease, adapting to frequently changing priorities • Good negotiating and conflict resolution skills • Strong understanding of, and proven experience in developing and working within budgets Technical Skills • Good experience in program and project management and reporting • Working knowledge and understanding of donor policies and regulations • Competence using common desktop applications and internal systems • Demonstrated competency in grants management and donor compliance in performance-based contracts Contact Info Patricia Ferrett recruiting manager pactrecruitment@pactworld.org

Receptionist Job Vacancy

Hot Jobs vacancy in Save the Children


Save the Children is an international non-profit organization working in Nepal and Bhutan to create positive and lasting change for Children. It advocates for the rights of children and expresses zero tolerance to any kind of child abuse. Save the Children expects that anyone associated with it abides by its child safeguarding policy. Save the Children invites applications for the following positions from the interested and eligible candidates who are reliable, accountable and have the ability to deliver results with the highest level of integrity:

Senior Coordinator Education

The Senior Coordinator - Education will be responsible for the overall management of Education project in close coordination with the project team and concerning government line agencies. S/he will provide overall strategic and managerial leadership in Education projects to deliver tangible benefits to the children and targeted communities. The position holder will be responsible for ensuring quality delivery of education projects by best utilizing the available resources to attain the Education goal of Save the Children adhering to its Country Strategy Plan (CSP) and Global Initiatives. S/he will develop the capacity of project staff and partners as well as represent Save the Children at district, regional and national level. 

Term and Location: Fixed term till December 2016 based in Kathmandu with frequent (50% of total time) visit to the project areas

Required Qualification: At least Bachelor's degree (Master's preferred) in Education or Social Science or any other relevant degree with minimum 5 years (for Bachelors) or 3 years (for Masters) of experience in managing Education project/program

Required Knowledge and Skills: S/he should have sound knowledge and experience in project planning and implementation including financial/budget management skills, periodic review and monitoring of project activities. S/he should be able to produce quality reports, case studies and other relevant documents for documentation purpose. The position holder should have good understanding of partnership management and compliance as well as should be able to develop the capacity of project staff and partners. S/he should have very good collaboration, coordination, networking and representation skills to work in partnership at the field level. Advanced level of proficiency in English (especially in writing) & Nepali language and proficiency in MS office package is a must.

Female, local and disadvantaged community candidates are encouraged to apply.


Project Officer - Education (Literacy Boost)
The Project Officer is responsible to support the Project Coordinator to manage Save the Children Korea funded projects in Basic Education (Literacy Boost) in close coordination with the project team and concerning government line agencies. S/he will ensure quality delivery of the project at implementation sites by best utilizing the available resources to attain the project goals, adhering to Save the Children’s CSP and its Global Initiatives. S/he will develop the capacity of project staff and partners as well as represent Save the Children at district, regional and national level. 
Term and Location: Fixed term position till December 2015 based in Baglung with frequent field visits
Required Qualification: Bachelor's degree in Education or any other relevant social science with minimum 3 years of experience in similar field
Required Knowledge and Skills: S/he should have sound knowledge and experience in project planning, budgeting and implementation including periodic review and monitoring of project activities. S/he should be able to write periodic reports, case studies and learning for documentation purpose. The position holder should have strong skills in community mobilization and partnership management/compliance. S/he should be able to develop the capacity of project staff and partners. S/he should have good coordination, collaboration and networking skills to work effectively with concerning government line agencies and other stakeholders. Good command over English and Nepali language and proficiency in MS office package is a must.
Female, local and disadvantaged community candidates are encouraged to apply.

Project Officer - Child Sensitive Social Protection (CSSP)

The Project Officer - Child Sensitive Social Protection (CSSP) will be responsible to manage CSSP project activities under close supervision of Project Coordinator - CSSP/CPEC in district. S/he will also be responsible for ensuring quality delivery of the project activities by best utilizing the available resources to attain the project goals adhering to Save the Children's CSP and its Global Initiatives. S/he is responsible to develop capacity of the partners through various approaches as well as representing the organization at district level.
Term and Location: Fixed term till December 2016 based in Sindhupalchowk with frequent field visits
Required Qualification: At least Bachelor's degree in Social Science or relevant degree with minimum 2 years of experience in related field
Required Knowledge and Skills: S/he should have sound knowledge and experience in project planning, budgeting and implementation including periodic review and monitoring of project activities. S/he should be able to produce quality reports, case studies and other relevant documents for documentation purpose. The position holder should be well familiar with partnership management and compliance as well as should be able to contribute in the capacity development of partners and stakeholders. S/he should have very good coordination, collaboration and networking skills to work in partnership at the community level. Good command over English and Nepali language and proficiency in MS office package is a must.
Female, local and disadvantaged community candidates are encouraged to apply.


Project Officer - Creating Protective Environment for Children (CPEC)

The Project Officer - Creating Protective Environment for Children (CPEC) will be responsible for overall management of CPEC project activities under close supervision of Project Coordinator - CSSP & CPEC in districts. The incumbent will support the Project Coordinator to ensure quality delivery of the project activities by best utilizing the available resources to attain the project goals including capacity development of the partners.
Term and Location: Fixed term till December 2016 based in Kavrepalanchowk with frequent field visits
Required Qualification: At least Bachelor's degree in Social Science or Law or relevant degree with minimum 2 years of experience in related field
Required Knowledge and Skills: S/he should have sound knowledge and experience in project planning, budgeting and implementation including periodic review and monitoring of project activities. S/he should be able to produce quality reports, case studies and other relevant documents for documentation purpose. The position holder should be well familiar with partnership management and compliance as well as should be able to contribute in the capacity development of partners and stakeholders. S/he should have very good coordination, collaboration and networking skills to work in partnership at the community level. Good command over English and Nepali language and proficiency in MS office package is a must.
Female, local and disadvantaged community candidates are encouraged to apply.

Project Officer - Education (School Sector Reform Program)

The Project Officer will be responsible for providing managerial support to the project manager and other project team members in Kathmandu and other regional offices for the Basic Education Improvement in Support of the School Sector Reform Program (SSRP), which is funded by the Japanese government which includes the procurement, quality ensuring, and delivery of learning materials to be provided for project schools, and development of project materials. S/he is also responsible for ensuring quality delivery of the project in timely at implementing sites by drawing on available resources to attain education goals of Save the Children adhering to its CSP. 
Term and Location: Fixed term position till January 2015 based in Kathmandu with some field visits
Required Qualification: At least Bachelor's degree in Education or any other relevant social science with minimum 3 years of experience in similar field
Required Knowledge and Skills: S/he should have sound knowledge and experience in project planning, budgeting and implementation including periodic review and monitoring of project activities. S/he should be able to write periodic reports, case studies and learning for documentation purpose. The position holder should be well familiar with partnership management and compliance as well as should be able to contribute in the capacity development of partners and stakeholders. S/he should have very good coordination, collaboration and networking skills to work in partnership at the community level. Good command over English and Nepali language and proficiency in MS office package is a must.
Female, local and disadvantaged community candidates are encouraged to apply.

Program Officer - Maternal Newborn Child Health and Nutrition (MNCHN)

The Program Officer - Maternal Newborn Child Health and Nutrition (MNCHN) will be responsible for overall planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting of MNCH project activities in Kalikot district of mid-western region. S/he will provide technical assistance to DPHO, HFs to implement and monitor the MNCH activities as well as establish and strengthen good coordination with government counterparts like DPHO, DDC and supporting agencies in the district. S/he will ensure functional reporting and logistics supply system of DPHO and HFs for quality and timely service delivery of MNCHN program. Further, s/he will provide technical, programmatic and managerial support to partner NGOs for effective implementation of the project.
Term and Location: Fixed term position till June 2016 based in Kalikot with frequent field visits
Required Qualification: At least Bachelor's degree in Public Health with minimum 2 years of experience in MNCHN related project planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting 
Required Knowledge and Skills: S/he should have sound knowledge and experience in project planning including Detail Implementation Plan (DIP), budgeting, implementation and monitoring of the project interventions at sub-national levels. S/he should be able to provide technical support and establish good coordination with relevant stakeholders involved in MNCHN related program. The incumbent should be able to write periodic reports, case studies and learning for documentation of the project interventions. S/he must be able to develop technical capacity of stakeholders. S/he should have excellent coordination, collaboration and networking skills to work in partnership at the community level. Good command over English and Nepali language and proficiency in MS office package is a must.
Female, local and disadvantaged community candidates are encouraged to apply.

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The deadline to apply for the above position/s is 17:00 hrs, November 17, 2013.



Only short listed candidates will be contacted for further selection process. Canvassing at any stage of the processes shall lead to automatic disqualification.

Job vacancy in save the children


Save the Children is an international non-profit organization working in Nepal and Bhutan to create positive and lasting change for Children. It advocates for the rights of children and expresses zero tolerance to any kind of child abuse. Save the Children expects that anyone associated with it abides by its child safeguarding policy. Save the Children invites applications for the following positions from the interested and eligible candidates who are reliable, accountable and have the ability to deliver results with the highest level of integrity:
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Capacity Development & Budget Monitoring Coordinator - Global Fund (2 Positions)
The Capacity Development & Budget Monitoring Coordinator is primarily responsible for the capacity development, monitoring and coaching of sub-recipients (SRs) to ensure the sub-agreement to be signed with SRs and Save the Children as per the prescribed template and schedule. S/he will implement auditor's recommendations with follow up action plan. The position holder will lead the planning & budgeting, update the monitoring tools, conduct the financial training, assist to update the financial policy/procedure and systems of SRs. S/he will require to make frequent visits (approximately 90% of total time for regional position and 50% time for Kathmandu position) to ensure SRs have adequate support to meet and maintain compliance requirements.
Term and Location: Fixed term position till mid-July 2016 and will be based in Country Office, Kathmandu (1) Far West Regional Office - Dhangadhi (1) with frequent (approximately 90% for regional position and 50% time for Kathmandu position of total time) visits to program areas


equired Qualification: At least Bachelor's Degree in Business Studies or Administration (Master's degree in Business Administration/CA/ACCA preferred) with minimum 4 years of similar work experience

Required Knowledge and Skills: S/he should have knowledge and experience in leading and managing program/projects including program planning, budgeting and partnership management. S/he should have excellent skills in coaching, facilitation, writing reports and documentation. The position holder should have good representation skills, excellent interpersonal & communication skills and the ability to work under pressure/stress. S/he should have expertise in Microsoft office package and fluency in Nepali & English language. Knowledge of accounting software (FAMAS and Agresso preferred) is a must.

Female, local and disadvantaged community candidates are encouraged to apply.


HIV & AIDS Technical Coordinator
The HIV & AIDS Technical Coordinator functions as a key technical member of the HIV & AIDS program in monitoring programmatic performance and supporting the implementation of all HIV related initiatives of Save the Children.  S/he is responsible for technical oversight and backstopping HIV prevention & care programs and training activities managed by Save the Children. The position holder will travel frequently to program areas and work closely with the HIV & AIDS Program Coordinators/Officers, the SRs of Global Fund Grant and the key populations in providing technical inputs to ensure quality standards while fulfilling programmatic objectives.
Term and Location: Fixed term position till mid-July 2016 and will be based in Country Office, Kathmandu with frequent visits to program areas
Required Qualification: Master's degree in Public Health with minimum 3 years of work experience in implementing/coordinating HIV prevention and care programs
Required Knowledge and Skills: S/he should have excellent technical competency on HIV prevention and care programs to provide on-site technical support. S/he should have experience in community systems strengthening and should be able to critically appraise service delivery systems, assess technical gaps, and design/develop competency building modalities. S/he should be able to produce technically superior and evidence based reports, proposals and other publications. The position holder should have good research skills, excellent interpersonal & communication skills and the ability to work under pressure/stress. S/he should have expertise in Microsoft office package and fluency in Nepali & English language.

Female, local and disadvantaged community candidates are encouraged to apply.


Program Coordinator - HIV/AIDS
The Program Coordinator is responsible for providing overall strategic and managerial leadership in HIV & AIDS project supported by Global Fund in the region in such a way that it proves tangible benefits to the children and targeted communities. S/he is responsible to provide technical backstopping to SRs which include support in the areas of migrants, IDUs, MSM/TGs, FSWs, Care and Support to PLHIV and capacity building of the partners through various approaches including coaching and on-the-job trainings. The position holder will serve as a focal person for the Global Fund program in the regional offices and will also be responsible for ensuring quality delivery of the project at implementing sites by best utilizing the available resources to attain the HIV & AIDS goal of Save the Children, adhering to its Country Strategy Plan, and SC’s Global Initiatives.   
Term and Location: Fixed term position till mid-July 2016 and will be based in Far Western Regional Office with frequent field visits

Required Qualification:At least Bachelor's Degree (Master's preferred) in Public Health or in any other related discipline with minimum 3 years of work experience in similar or related field
Required Knowledge and Skills: S/he should have very excellent skills in program management and coordination. S/he should be able to plan, design and conduct capacity building programs for implementing partners/SRs and should have the ability to work effectively in multi cultural settings with a wide variety of stakeholders. The position holder should have excellent interpersonal and communications skills to work effectively in a team and organizational representation. Strong command over both English & Nepali language and strong proficiency in MS office package is a must.
Female, local and disadvantaged community candidates are encouraged to apply.

Program Officer - HIV & AIDS (2 Positions)
The Project Officer - HIV & AIDS will be responsible for timely delivery on HIV& AIDS activities at the implementation level.  S/he is responsible to ensure capacity development of partners (SRs) through various approaches including coaching and on-the-job capacity building on the HIV& AIDS theme. S/he will ensure quality delivery of HIV & AIDS program at implementing sites by maximizing the impact as per the country strategy and best utilizing the available resources to attain HIV & AIDS goal of Save the Children adhering to its national strategy and with its global initiatives, supported by the Senior Project Coordinator and other relevant team members in the impact area. 

Term and Location:Fixed term position till mid-July 2016 and will be based in regions (West and Mid West) with frequent (40-50% of total working time) field visits to program districts
Required Qualification:Bachelors degree in Public Health (Preferred) or any other related discipline with at least 2 years of experience in similar or related field
Required Knowledge and Skills: S/he should have in depth knowledge of national guidelines and accordingly managing and implementing HIV/AIDS programs. S/he should have the ability to monitor, data analysis and producing quality reports. S/he should be able to facilitate trainings, meetings and workshops at all levels. The position holder should have excellent interpersonal, communications and coordination skills to work effectively in multi cultural settings with a wide variety of stakeholders. Good command over English and Nepali language and proficiency in MS office package is a must.

Female, local and disadvantaged community candidates are encouraged to apply.


The deadline to apply for the above position/s is 17:00 hrs, November 8, 20133.


Only short listed candidates will be contacted for further selection process. Canvassing at any stage of the processes shall lead to automatic disqualification.

DV-2015 Lottery

The 2015 Diversity Visa program (DV-2015) is now open. The entry submission period for DV-2015 is from 12:00PM EDT (GMT -4) on October 1, 2013 to 12:00PM EDT (GMT -4) on November 2, 2013. The entry form will only be available for submission during this period and this period only. Entries will NOT be accepted through the U.S. Postal Service. After reading the instructions, click on “Begin Entry” to enter the DV Lottery. DV-2015 Entrants should keep their confirmation number until at least June 30, 2015. Additional entries may be selected in October 2014.Unofficial translations in additional languages will become available here. Check back for translations in coming days.

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Our State Department Web site for the 2015 Diversity Visa program (DV-2015) is now open. The entry submission period for DV-2015 is from 12:00PM EDT (GMT -4) on October 1, 2013 to 12:00PM EDT (GMT -4) on November 2, 2013. The entry form will only be available for submission during this period and this period only. Entries will NOT be accepted through the U.S. Postal Service. After reading the instructions, scroll down and click on “Begin Entry” to enter the DV Lottery.
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Please read the DV-2015 Entry Instructions carefully. Entrants may be disqualified for not completing the entry form correctly or by submitting more than one entry. Use the link below to view the instructions.
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The entry form is prepared in two parts, one for the primary Entrant and one for derivatives (if any). Each part must be completed correctly and completely before going to the next part. After all parts are completed, the entry will be submitted to the DV-2015 Processing Center. Click the link below to begin the entry process.

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Vacancy of Children Area Manager

Children Area Manager
The largest luxury mall in the country, Civil Mall, situated in the heart of Kathmandu, Sundhara, is the ultimate destination for your shopping and entertainment needs. Civil Mall opened its door for shopaholics and those looking for entertainment and recreational activities, in the last quarter of 2010 and since then there has been no looking back.
Civil Mall is a perfect blend of modern architecture, one stop shopping experience and irresistible charm. The chic, sharp and cutting edge feel of the indoor is well balanced by the laid back and green ambience of the outdoor plaza, with kiosks, green plants and beautiful lighting.
This nine floors tall building is an enigma in itself. The ground floor boasts of a mini golf course, next five floors accommodate 175 stores, supplying a diverse selection of various brands, covering fashion, home appliances, electronics, accessories, shoes, bags and more. The sixth floor is all about food and fun time for kids and seventh and eighth floors are for movie buffs. With anything you could possibly wish for under one roof, Civil Malls stands true to its tagline, “There is something for everyone.”
Civil Mall seeks for highly motivated, competent, performance and result oriented professionals for the following post.
CHILDREN AREA MANAGER (1)
  • Conceptualizes the broad goals of the PLAY AREA and plan accordingly to ensure that procedures and schedules are implemented to carry out the total program.
  • Manage, evaluate and supervise effective and clear procedures for the operation and functioning of the play area.
  • Encourage the use of a variety of instructional strategies and materials consistent with research on learning, child growth and development.
  • Display the highest ethical and professional behavior and standards when working with children, parents and associates.
  • Supervise play area facilities, including repairs and minor construction 

Interested candidates can send their application with their CV, expected salary and recent PP Photo not later than 10th August 2013 to: civilmallvacancy@gmail.com 

Vacancy:Branch Managers in Sunrise Bank

Branch Managers
Sunrise Bank Limited is looking for dynamic, career oriented and qualified Nepalese to fill in the following position:
BRANCH MANAGERS: FEW
Location: Sunrise Branches at Eastern/Central/Western/Mid Western and Far Western region)
The candidate must possess the following.
  • Should be a Bachelor Degree holder from a recognized university having minimum second division marks in aggregate.
  • Should have minimum 1 years of work experience in any commercial bank in Branch Management.
  • Should have good exposure in blanch operations/credit/sales.
  • Sound knowledge of regulatory requirement including internal and external reporting
  • Should have excellent written and spoken English/Nepali.
  • Age not exceeding 35 years.
Documents Required:
  • Letter of Application
  • CV clearly stating the contact details, i e. phone number and email address where he/she can be contacted if shortlisted.
  • Copies of all academic certificates including Nepali citizenship certificates and one recent passport size photograph.

Candidates meeting above mentioned qualifications and criteria can submit documents to Human Resource Planning and Development Department, Gairidhara, Kathmandu or to P.O. Box.15203 within 13th August, 2013 (Tuesday).
The bank reserves the right to reject any/all applicants without assigning any reason whatsoever. No telephone enquiries will be entertained. Candidate found canvassing during any phase of recruitment will be disqualified. Only shortlisted candidates will be called for interview(s) and/ or written exam.

Project Director and GSI Specialist Vacancy

Save the Children is an International non-profit organization working in Nepal and Bhutan to create positive and lasting change for Children. It advocates for the rights of the children and expresses zero tolerance to any kind of child abuse. Save the Children expects that anyone associated with it abides the child rights policy.
Save the Children invites applications from the qualified, accountable and result oriented professionals with strong strategic vision, exceptional managerial and leadership quality and analytical & problem solving skills possessing highest level of integrity and strong team spirit who values diversity for the following positions:

Project Director - Saving Newborn Life (SNL) - III Phase

The Project Director - SNL III Phase is responsible for providing overall country level strategic, technical and managerial leadership for the implementation of the project (2013-2017). In this capacity, s/he will guide the preparation and scaling up newborn health programs in country by institutionalizing it in close coordination with MoHP and its partners. S/he will oversee the design and implementation of country level strategies & plans; provide & coordinate technical oversight to the project; help shape & oversee implementation of the overall M&E framework and supervise in-country SNL staff/consultants. S/he will also be a key in-country spokesperson on policy and technical issues related to newborn health. S/he will be responsible for institutionalizing SNL/Newborn Health within the country office and leveraging resources within the country and Save the Children for newborn health.
Term and Location: Fixed term / Kathmandu Based

Required Qualification: At least Master’s Degree (Ph.D preferred) in Public Health with minimum 10 years of experience in development sector including 7 years’ experience in public health program

Required Knowledge and Skills: The incumbent should have outstanding skills in formulating strategies for the project, managing budget and networking/coordination to deal with high level government officials and international stakeholders. S/he should have strong understanding of project management and effective delivery of project along with excellent writing skills for reporting.

Female, local and disadvantaged community candidates are encouraged to apply.

Gender & Social Inclusion (GSI) Specialist

The Gender & Social Inclusion (GSI) Specialist is responsible for ensuring that gender equity and social inclusion sensitivity and concerns are incorporated in the organization’s procedures, and in each stage of the project cycle; situation assessment, project development, planning, budgeting, implementation, monitoring, and reporting. The responsibility includes developing strategies for ensuring organizational procedures and projects are GSI sensitive. This requires liaising with technical, managerial and finance staff. S/he is also responsible to build capacity of Save the Children staff and partners so that they are enabled to carry out many of these functions on their own. S/he documents success stories, case studies, best practices and lessons related to GSI as well as networks with other organizations including GSI resource organizations to identify best practices for GSI and to share Save the Children’s best practices and experience.
Term and Location: Fixed term / Kathmandu Based with regular travel to the field

Required Qualification: Master’s Degree in Women’s studies/gender studies, Political Science, Development Studies, Sociology, Human Rights or Law (Preferred) with at least 8 years of experience in development sector including 3 years of relevant work experience

Required Knowledge and Skills: The incumbent should be able to manage the overall GSI related budget and provide inputs in strategic direction to incorporate the GSI components in the country procedures, and program strategies and plans. S/he should have the capacity to conduct assessment of GSI and design/develop innovative GSI approaches accordingly to address key issues of children. S/he should have strong networking, coordination and negotiation skills to deal with senior policy makers, political leadership and other stakeholders. S/he should have excellent writing skills for knowledge management and documentation of GSI practices, results and innovations at national and international level.
Additional Skills (For Both Positions): The incumbent should have expertise in Microsoft office package and fluency in Nepali and English language (spoken and written). S/he should be able to work in a complex environment with multiple tasks in short deadlines and under pressure/stress. Commitment to the values, mission and policies of Save the Children International; willingness to travel within and outside country for developing network, partners’ capacity building etc. are required.

Female, local and disadvantaged community candidates are encouraged to apply.

The deadline to apply for the above position/s is 17:00 hrs, August 11, 2013.


Only short listed candidates will be contacted for further selection process. Canvassing at any stage of the processes shall lead to automatic disqualification.