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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

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