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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.

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