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Tewa Vacancy: Program Officer

Tewa, the Nepal women's fund is looking for qualified and result oriented Nepali citizen for the following position. The detailed terms of reference and job requirements for the position can be found in Tewa's or by contacting Srijana Thapa Pathak at the Tewa office. Applications from interested and qualified candidates with (i) a letter of interest with pp photograph and (ii) a recent CV should reach the following address latest by 15th May 2013
email: deepak@tewa.org.np
Postal Address: Tewa, P.O. Box 11 Lalitpur, Nepal

Program Officer-Tewa Centre (PO-TC)
The application will require to mention the subject as "Application for the position of PO-TC " and it should be addressed to "Development Director ".  Only short listed candidates will be contacted by Tewa by 20th May 2013 for a selection process.
Salary and other staff benefits will be according to Tewa's HR rules and regulations.
Qualifications and Responsibilities:
        Requires  a minimum Bachelors degree
        Having driving license for motorcycle/scooter/vehicle will be advantageous
        The position requires competent management, PR, inter-personal and astute economic sensibilities

The Program Officer -Tewa Centre will be responsible for:
        Promoting the Tewa Centre to ensure optimal use of its facilities
        Management and necessary oversight of Tewa Centre personnels
        Management and overseeing of housekeeping and related responsibilities
        Organizing necessary and required logistics
        Overall supervision and upkeep of the Tewa Centre.

ICRC Vacancy:COMMUNICATION OFFICER

THE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS (ICRC), an independent humanitarian organization whose mandate is to provide protection and assistance for victims of armed conflict and other situations of violence has a vacancy for the following position based in Kathmandu.

COMMUNICATION OFFICER

Main Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Plan, organize and conduct International Humanitarian Law (IHL) and International Human Rights Law (IHRL) trainings for armed & security forces, Develop presentation materials to conduct the 1HL/IHRL courses/training.
  • Maintain contacts with relevant governmental bodies including armed and security forces.
  • Establish and maintain a network of contacts with the mass media (print, radio, TV) in the country.
  • Create media content on the delegation's humanitarian work for domestic and international use.
  • Ensure maintenance and regular update of Nepal section on the ICRC Website through compilation/writing of articles, photo galleries, interviews etc.
  • Develop and carry out public communication activities in consultation with other departments of the ICRC.
  • Keep track of political developments and evolving humanitarian situation in Nepal.
  • Represent the ICRC in various external meetings.
  • Disseminate the mandate and activities of the ICRC.
  • Prepare periodic reports.
  • Translate the documents of concern to the ICRC with high accuracy from national language to English and vice versa.
  • Handle other necessary administrative duties.
Minimum requirements:
  • University degree (Master) in any discipline preferably in law, political science and mass communication /journalism
  • Knowledge about system, function and structures of armed and security forces of Nepal.
  • Knowledge on International Humanitarian Lawand Human Rights Law.
  • 6 years work experience in a similar field especially with armed and security forces.
  • Work experience in journalism or public relations.
  • Excellent in written and spoken English.
  • Excellent presentation and training skills.
  • Very good analytical and writing skills.
  • Good public speaker.
  • Very good computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
PERSONAL QUALITIES:
  • The successful applicants should be self-starters with a sense of responsibility, organizational skills and ability to take initiative. 
  • Ability to deal with diverse group of people, ability to cope with stressful situations, interpersonal & communication skills, patience, perseverance, team spirit, adaptability and self-confidence; and readiness to travel.
Interested candidates who fulfill above mentioned requirements are invited to send their CV with a motivation letter to the following address not later than 5 May 2013. 

Only short-listed candidates meeting the above criteria will be contacted for selection process.

HR Responsible
Email: prchettri@icrc.org

Note: Published in The Himalayan Times Daily Newspaper
Date: 24/04/2013

UNDP Nepal Vacancy:COMMUNICATION AND REPORTING OFFICER

COMMUNICATION AND REPORTING OFFICER - NPPP II (FOR NEPALESE NATIONALS ONLY ) NEX PROJECT

Location :Kathmandu (Possibility of field visits), NEPAL
Application Deadline :28-Apr-13
Additional CategoryDemocratic Governance
Type of Contract :Other
Post Level :Other
Languages Required :English  
Starting Date :
(date when the selected candidate is expected to start)
01-Jul-2013

Duration of Initial Contract :One year (with possibility of extension)

Background

UNDP Nepal is working with government agencies, national human rights institutions, and civil society organizations, to implement a Strengthening the Rule of Law and Human Rights Protection System in Nepal’ Programme (ROLHR ).  The ROLHR programme aims to ensure that women and vulnerable groups are able to benefit from a protective legal framework and many recent improvements in the field of administration of justice. The ROLHR will do so through a ‘three pronged’ approach.  First, it will develop the capacity of vulnerable groups to access rule of law institutions and assert and enjoy their rights and entitlements.  Second, it will support rule of law institutions to be more responsive to increased demands for justice service delivery, including in a changed  context. Third, it will support the civil society as well as human rights actors, institutions, and media to work together to ensure accountability for justice service delivery. 
 
To strengthen the administration of justice, the ROLHR will support the development of a justice sector reform process, through which rule of law institutions will define their own priorities and identify measures to effectively address them.  The Programme will support justice sector institutions to conduct pilots to identify ‘what is needed’ and ‘what works’, and then to institutionalize successful pilot initiatives throughout Nepal, including through the development of research, planning, monitoring and evaluation capacities.  
 
To strengthen access to justice, the ROLHR will also support: the revision of laws and development of human resource capacities needed to implement penal legislation, anti-gender based violence, caste based discrimination, and corruption legislation; an ‘affirmative action’ law degree scholarship and internship scheme through which vulnerable groups currently not well represented in the legal profession can obtain a law degree and practical work experience; and the development of a relevant, accessible and integrated socio-legal aid scheme, which will provide support to enable vulnerable groups to assert and enjoy their rights in civil and criminal cases, including poverty-reducing entitlements such as inheritance, pensions, education allowances, health and legal services.
 
To strengthen accountability for the delivery of justice and other services which promote and protect human rights, the Programme will support the development of the core institutional capacities which the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) needs to adapt to its new mandates provided by the NHRC Act.  This component will implement a capacity development approach focused at three levels (Commissioner (leadership), Secretariat (management) and Programmatic (operations), with a view to further enabling the NHRC to perform its crucial ‘watchdog’ role, in terms of monitoring, promotion, advocacy, and complaints handling through investigations.  A key focus of this component will be to develop the NHRC’s capacity to enable other national human rights institutions and actors to achieve critical mass on human rights issues through coordinated advocacy and other joint activities.  Moreover, the Programme will also support a credible transitional justice process for conflict victims.
 
The justice sector reform process will be implemented through the Justice Sector Coordination Committee network, to support policy dialogue, strategic planning, research, monitoring and evaluation, and pilot activities to improve the administration of justice across the sector.  It is intended that this component will result in the development of a national strategy for justice sector reform in Nepal, supported by a multi-donor funding mechanism. The programme will support the Ministry of Law, Justice, Constituent Assembly and Parliamentary Affairs (MoLJCAPA) to lead reform of Nepal’s legal aid landscape, towards the establishment of an integrated system which coordinates and regulates relevant, accessible socio-legal aid service provision throughout Nepal

Duties and Responsibilities

Under the direct supervision of the National Project Manager, the incumbent will perform the following tasks:
  • Ensure that information and data from the field is captured, documented, analyzed and reported in a results-based and timely manner;
  • Ensure effective communications, visibility and knowledge management;
  • Contribute substantially to the proposal development process;
  • Develop, implement and monitor a project communication and visibility plan, facilitate  better understanding among partners about programme  progress, and  adhere to UNDP and development partner guidelines on communications and visibility;
  • Undertake filed visits to gather the information and results related to the programme;
  • Assist the all components of the programme in producing and documenting all kinds of programme related reports including visibility material;
  • Establish and maintain fully operational state-of-art programme documentation unit;
  • With input from the national monitoring and evaluation officer, produce high quality quarterly, six-monthly and annual programme  progress reports;
  • Provide high quality editing and formatting for all programme related documents;
  • Support programme staff in organizing and managing seminars, workshops, press conferences and field visits as required;
  • Prepare and edit press releases, programme related progress reports and documents;
  • Provide relevant expert services to the project management unit, programme components and implementing partners on reporting and communications and act as a facilitator or trainer;
  • Provide through progress reporting continuous analysis of the achievements, facilitate project review, evaluation and audits;
  • Ensure the maintenance of sound filing system and appropriate use and recording of all project experience, activities and results;
  • Implement all reporting and communication work of the programme
  • Perform any other duties assigned by the project management unit and DNPM as per need of the programme.

Competencies

Functional Competencies:
  • Remain open to change and ability to manage complexity
  • Ability to work and act under pressure and with discretion in a politically sensitive environment
  • Demonstrate capacity to plan, prioritize and deliver tasks on time to meet goals in a high pressure environment
  • Maturity and confidence in dealing with high ranking official of government institutions, international institutions and non- government institutions
  • Respect and sensitivity towards cultural, gender, ethnicity and religious diversity
  • Competency on training and facilitating various programmes.
Corporate Competencies:
  • Demonstrates integrity by modeling the UN’s values and ethical standards;
  • Promotes the vision, mission, and strategic goals of UNDP;
  • Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability
  • Treats all people fairly without favoritism;
  • Fulfills all obligations to gender sensitivity and zero tolerance for sexual harassment.

 

Required Skills and Experience

Education:
  • Master’s degree in Mass communications, social sciences or releated areas. 
Experience:
  • Five years relevant working experience.
  • S/he should have an extensive experience in communication and diffusion strategies and techniques, reporting, documentation, publication, and audio-visual material preparation in relation to conservation and development fields.
  • S/he should possess excellent writing, editing, and speaking skills in both English and Nepali.
  • S/he should be well versed in the latest electronic publishing and graphics methods.
  • Priority will be given to candidates who demonstrate a high level of motivation and good communication, social, and interpersonal skills
Computer Skills:
  • S/he must be well versed in MS Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Nepali language typing.
Language:
  • S/he must be fluent in both spoken and written Nepali and English languages. Knowledge of local languages will be asset.
FC: 11888

just-one-Nepal Vacancy: Program Manager

A grassroots NGO, just-one-Nepal working with disadvantaged children and families in difficult circumstances in Nepal, is seeking applications from qualified individuals for the following position.

Programme Manager

Job Location: Kathmandu
No. of Vacancy: 1
Offered Salary: Negotiable
Educational Qualification:
  • Bachelors or Masters in relevant field
Job Specifications:
  • S/he must be a self-motivated individual with a strong social inclination and the proven ability to work on his/her own initiative with limited supervision to successfully achieve the aims and objectives of the organisation. 
  • Experience of project/programme planning and management in a similar field.
  • Excellent skills in Programme/Project Management, Financial Management and Budgeting. 
  • Capable of managing and delivering output by way of optimum utilisation of limited resources.
  • Ability to successfully manage staff as well as facilitating staff development 
  • Ability and willingness to work with grass-root level stakeholders.
  • Good communication, networking and coordination skills.
  • Good documentations and reporting skills.
Job Description:
  • The Programme Manager (PM), directly reporting to Executive Board as the top management post within the organisation, will be responsible to organise and systematise the programmes, projects, functions, departments and related activities of the organisation, so as to ensure formalisation, proper structuring and better functioning of the organisation as a whole.
  • S/he will be required to work closely with the existing team of staff, providing leadership, guidance and strategic direction to the organisation’s work to achieve its short, medium and long term goals and objectives of helping disadvantaged children in Nepal by working at grass roots level to facilitate the creation of secure, sustainable and productive environments for them to better enjoy their basic rights and for the betterment of Nepali society.
  • The PM shall be wholly responsible for all aspects of programme planning, design, management, implementation, delivery, monitoring, evaluation, documentation and reporting in relation to all aspects of existing and future programmes of the organisation.
Other Specific Requirements:
  • 2 years contract (with possibility of extension)
  • As per the employee service rule of the organization - attractive and competitive as per the sectorial standards.
  • Job Location - Kathmandu with occasional field visits.
APPLY TO:

Interested applicants should submit a copy of their updated CV along with a cover letter clearly stating why they consider themselves a suitable candidate for the post.

With “Programme Manager” in the subject line, the application should be submitted via email to vacancy@just-one.org by 30th April 2013.

Save the Children Job Vacancy

Program Coordinator - Education

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 for the following positions.
No. of Vacancies: 2
Location: Saptari and Doti
Term: Fixed term position - i) till March 2014 (for Saptari) and ii) till December 2013 (for Doti), with possibility of extension
Educational Qualification:
  • At least Bachelors Degree (Masters Degree preferred)
Job Specifications:
  • Atleast 5 years of work experience in the field of education program implementation and management.
  • S/he should have sound experience in education sector and program management.
  • The position holder should have the ability to skillfully write good reports, document key learning, facilitate, build capacity of partners, proficient to coordinate with stakeholders.
  • S/he should have good interpersonal skill, expertise in MS Office Package and sound verbal and written communication skill both in Nepali and English language.
  • Knowledge of local languages, ability to work under pressure/stress and adjust to difficult living and working condition, will be added benefit for the position.
  • S/he should be reliable, accountable, result oriented, should have highest level of integrity and good team player who values diversity.
Job Description:
The Program Coordinator – Education is overall responsible for overall management of and providing technical assistance on education (Early childhood development and basic education) project to partners, ensuring timely delivery of program at implementing sites by maximizing the impact as per the country strategy and best utilizing the available resources. The responsibilities also include capacity development of partners, program and budget planning and tracking, review of progress, plans/proposal and budget submitted by partner organisation, coordinate, collaborate and represent to enhance functional relationship with district line agencies and networks for amplifying results in education, maintaining compliances as per donor requirement and produce high quality report.
Female, dalit and local (for outside Kathmandu) candidates will be given special privilege

Data Management Officer

No. of Vacancies: 1
Term: One year (with possibility for extension)
Educational Qualification:
  • At least Bachelors degree
Job Specifications:
  • Atleast 3 year of work experience in the field of network based data management.
  • S/he should have good expertise in data management using MS Access, advanced MS Excel, knowledge troubleshooting and network environment.
  • S/he should be detail orientated and accurate, be able to work under demanding work deadlines and possess good interpersonal skills as well as have a good command of the English and Nepali language.
Job Description:
The position holder will be responsible for managing the sponsorship database (ASISt) and all database processes including the input of data to enhance the sponsorship recording, monitoring and reporting system to a high quality standard with accuracy and timeliness. This also includes, coordinating with Westport ASISt team to maintain the data integration between country office and home office; produce reports and charts to monitor and report on functions of the entire sponsorship management system to a high quality standard with accuracy and timeliness
Female, dalit and local (for outside Kathmandu) candidates will be given special privilege.

Project Assistant

No. of Vacancies: 1
Location: Kathmandu
Term: Fixed term (with possibility for extension)
Educational Qualification:
  • At least Intermediate degree (Bachelors preferred) having diploma and/or training in secretarial work.
Job Specifications:
  • Atleast 3 years of work experience in the related field.
  • S/he should have the knowledge of administrative skill, secretarial skill, documentation skill, logistics management skill, expertise in MS Office Package.
  • Additionally, s/he should also have good interpersonal skill, sound verbal and written communication skill both in Nepali and English language, and should be detail orientated, accurate and able to work with demanding work deadlines.
  • The organization is also looking for a person who is a good team player, reliable, accountable, result oriented, have highest level of integrity and who values diversity. 
Job Description:
The position holder will support in day to day administrative and other support functions of Central regional office of Save the Children and will be responsible for providing administrative and other support for maintaining efficient and effective documentation work, secretarial work, data entry work, support in logistic management for organizing workshops, meetings, trainings. 
Female, dalit and local (for outside Kathmandu) candidates will be given special privilege.

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