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Development Project Service Centre (DEPROSC-Nepal), a non-profit making, non-governmental organization established in September 1993, is seeking appropriate candidates in the following field based positions for USAID's Business Literacy Program in Nepal. DEPROSC Nepal, however, an equal opportunity provider, strongly encourages woman, ethnic and marginalized to apply.
Funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by DEPROCS Nepal, the USAID\\'s Business Literacy Program in Nepal, to be Implemented in 20 western districts of Nepal is aimed to increase the residence of vulnerable households and communities through enhanced literacy numeracy and business/ entrepreneurial skills.

Organisation Name :Development Project Service Centre
Organisation Type :NGO / INGO / Development Projects
Published on :The Himalayan Times
Published Date :May 21, 2014
Job Type :Contract
Job Level :mid
Salary :-
Educational :Bachelor
Apply Before :June 11, 2014 

Educational Description

  • Bachelor in education, Public health, development studies or relevant disciplines

Job Specification

  • Minimum 2 years of experience in the same field
  • Excellent interpersonal & coordination skills
  • Enthusiasm and a desire to make a positive impact as a team leader and team player
  • Effective oral & written communication skills
  • Work experience of USAID's education for Income Generation in Nepal program will be value added

Job Description

  • The person is responsible for developing & managing districts program implementation, coordinating with district level authorities,- education, health and other community, establishing and managing the services supply systems and logistic in the district, collection & reporting of program reports to the regional office and government as well, and leasing with other program partners and stakeholders in the district for smooth functioning of the program

Specific Requirement

  • Regional Office Nepalgunj
  • Duration of Assignment: One year with the possibility of extension for another two years.

Apply Instructions

Application Process: Qualified applicants should bubmit a job application along with resume to <businessliteracynepal@gmail.com> with proposed position in the subject line. For detailed job description, please visit the website www.deprosc.org.np
Application Deadline: June 11, 2014, 5:00 PM, however, applicants are encouraged apply at the earliest.
Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Telephone inquiry will not be entertained.

Program Officer - HIV & AIDS

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 from the interested and eligible candidates who are reliable, accountable and have the ability to deliver results with the highest level of integrity and who value diversity for the following position:

Role Purpose

The Program 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. The position holder 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 Save the Children Global Initiatives, supported by the Program Coordinator and other relevant team members in the impact area.
Term and Location: Fixed term position till mid-July 2017 and will be based in Siraha or any other cluster office under Eastern Regional Office (ERO) with frequent field visits
Required Qualification: Bachelors degree in Public Health (Preferred) or any other health related discipline with at least 2 years of experience in similar/related field
1. Program Planning and Budgeting
  • Provide guidance in planning and budgeting of HIV& AIDS program funded by Global Fund in accordance with the guidelines, framework, policies and country strategy plan in coordination/support of country/regional office.
  • Provide guidance to collaborate organizations in designing cost effective and result oriented program in collaboration with the Government for immediate and long lasting changes in the lives of children and targeted communities.
  • Support partners to develop plan and budget along with Detail Implementation Plan (DIP) and phased budget
  • Ensure and review that the plans and budget submitted by partner organizations are in line with Save the Children (SC)’s Theory of Change and Country Strategic Plan, Program framework, SC member’s priorities and align with donor and the Government’s national priority plan & policies.
2. Program Implementation
  • Support t partner to implement the plan & budget as stipulated in the detail implementation plan and phased budget, and provide support for recovery plan if required to achieve the result.
  • Ensure adequate managerial and technical support to the partner organizations to implement detail implementation plan and phased budget.
3. Program Review & Monitoring
  • Monitor the budget vs. expenses tracking every month and conduct on site budget vs. expenses in partner organizations and provide feedback if required.
  • Conduct regular field visits with appropriate tools and checklists, including discussions with beneficiaries on program effectiveness, and feedback on improvements
  • Conduct regular (monthly) analysis of program implementation, and monitor to identify strengths and weaknesses of the program and share the team for appropriate action.
  • Conduct and support the review of progress made by the partner organizations on trimester basis and identifies the areas where they need to improve in terms of capacity building, cost efficiency, efficient use of staffs and help them to make necessary changes in their original plans if required.
  • Conduct on Site Data Verification (OSDV) in assigned partners and ensure the reported data has Zero variance and support to other partners as required.
  • Update monthly progress through Online Program Management Information System (OPMIS)
4. Program Reporting
  • Conduct analytical discussion on program reports before submitted to SC.
  • Ensure that the partners submit high quality reports on time.
  • Prepare high quality reports as per SC and donor requirements.
  • Assist supervisor to prepare and submit monthly, trimester and annual reports on time.
5. Capacity Development of partners and stakeholders
  • Assess capacity development needs of partner's staff and support in developing their capacity through coaching, mentoring and training.
  • Design and develop training manual and facilitate in building capacity of partners, and stakeholders to ensure effective implementation of different training, workshops, meetings and seminars.
6. Partnership management and Program Compliance
  • Comply with all relevant Save the Children policies and procedures with respect to child protection, health and safety, equal opportunities and other relevant policies.
  • Ensure that the partners comply the organizational policies, GO, SC’ and donor’s requirements in time.
  • Organize meetings with partners on partnership management issues as required and issues are dealt accordingly.
  • Support for organizational development assessment review and prepare action plan, implementation, and follow up.
  • Ensure the cost, quality, and timely delivery of materials procured by the partners and SC
7. Coordination, Collaboration and Networking
  • Enhance coordination linkages and Networking with district line agencies and like minded organizations for effective implementation of HIV & AIDS programs, policy advocacy and sharing of best practices
  • Maintain close relation with other themes especially with livelihood; adolescent development; Health & Nutrition, Child Protection and Child Rights Governance and identify areas to work collaboratively to bring synergy.
8. Representation
  • In coordination with the Program Coordinator - HIV & AIDS represent Save the Children at local district, regional, national, international levels and humanitarian community when and if required
9. Occasional Duties
  • Work during emergency as assigned by the organization as per dual mandate of Save the Children’s development programs as well as being the leader in Emergency preparedness.
Knowledge, Skills and Experience
  • Knowledge of national guidelines about HIV & AIDS
  • Proven experience in managing and implementing HIV/AIDS programs/programs
  • Ability to monitor, data analysis and producing quality reports
  • Experience in facilitating trainings, meetings and workshops at different levels
  • Excellent interpersonal, communications and coordination skills to work effectively in multi cultural settings with a wide variety of stakeholders
  • Nepali and English oral and written communication skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other standard software(s)
Female and disadvantaged community candidates from the local level are highly encouraged to apply


The deadline to apply for the above position/s is 17:00 hrs, May 22, 2014..

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

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 from the interested and eligible candidates who are reliable, accountable and have the ability to deliver results with the highest level of integrity and who value diversity for the following position:

Program Officer - HIV & AIDS

Role Purpose

The Program 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. The position holder 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 Save the Children Global Initiatives, supported by the Program Coordinator and other relevant team members in the impact area.
Term and Location: Fixed term position till mid-July 2017 and will be based in Siraha or any other cluster office under Eastern Regional Office (ERO) with frequent field visits
Required Qualification: Bachelors degree in Public Health (Preferred) or any other health related discipline with at least 2 years of experience in similar/related field
1. Program Planning and Budgeting
  • Provide guidance in planning and budgeting of HIV& AIDS program funded by Global Fund in accordance with the guidelines, framework, policies and country strategy plan in coordination/support of country/regional office.
  • Provide guidance to collaborate organizations in designing cost effective and result oriented program in collaboration with the Government for immediate and long lasting changes in the lives of children and targeted communities.
  • Support partners to develop plan and budget along with Detail Implementation Plan (DIP) and phased budget
  • Ensure and review that the plans and budget submitted by partner organizations are in line with Save the Children (SC)’s Theory of Change and Country Strategic Plan, Program framework, SC member’s priorities and align with donor and the Government’s national priority plan & policies.
2. Program Implementation
  • Support t partner to implement the plan & budget as stipulated in the detail implementation plan and phased budget, and provide support for recovery plan if required to achieve the result.
  • Ensure adequate managerial and technical support to the partner organizations to implement detail implementation plan and phased budget.
3. Program Review & Monitoring
  • Monitor the budget vs. expenses tracking every month and conduct on site budget vs. expenses in partner organizations and provide feedback if required.
  • Conduct regular field visits with appropriate tools and checklists, including discussions with beneficiaries on program effectiveness, and feedback on improvements
  • Conduct regular (monthly) analysis of program implementation, and monitor to identify strengths and weaknesses of the program and share the team for appropriate action.
  • Conduct and support the review of progress made by the partner organizations on trimester basis and identifies the areas where they need to improve in terms of capacity building, cost efficiency, efficient use of staffs and help them to make necessary changes in their original plans if required.
  • Conduct on Site Data Verification (OSDV) in assigned partners and ensure the reported data has Zero variance and support to other partners as required.
  • Update monthly progress through Online Program Management Information System (OPMIS)
4. Program Reporting
  • Conduct analytical discussion on program reports before submitted to SC.
  • Ensure that the partners submit high quality reports on time.
  • Prepare high quality reports as per SC and donor requirements.
  • Assist supervisor to prepare and submit monthly, trimester and annual reports on time.
5. Capacity Development of partners and stakeholders
  • Assess capacity development needs of partner's staff and support in developing their capacity through coaching, mentoring and training.
  • Design and develop training manual and facilitate in building capacity of partners, and stakeholders to ensure effective implementation of different training, workshops, meetings and seminars.
6. Partnership management and Program Compliance
  • Comply with all relevant Save the Children policies and procedures with respect to child protection, health and safety, equal opportunities and other relevant policies.
  • Ensure that the partners comply the organizational policies, GO, SC’ and donor’s requirements in time.
  • Organize meetings with partners on partnership management issues as required and issues are dealt accordingly.
  • Support for organizational development assessment review and prepare action plan, implementation, and follow up.
  • Ensure the cost, quality, and timely delivery of materials procured by the partners and SC
7. Coordination, Collaboration and Networking
  • Enhance coordination linkages and Networking with district line agencies and like minded organizations for effective implementation of HIV & AIDS programs, policy advocacy and sharing of best practices
  • Maintain close relation with other themes especially with livelihood; adolescent development; Health & Nutrition, Child Protection and Child Rights Governance and identify areas to work collaboratively to bring synergy.
8. Representation
  • In coordination with the Program Coordinator - HIV & AIDS represent Save the Children at local district, regional, national, international levels and humanitarian community when and if required
9. Occasional Duties
  • Work during emergency as assigned by the organization as per dual mandate of Save the Children’s development programs as well as being the leader in Emergency preparedness.
Knowledge, Skills and Experience
  • Knowledge of national guidelines about HIV & AIDS
  • Proven experience in managing and implementing HIV/AIDS programs/programs
  • Ability to monitor, data analysis and producing quality reports
  • Experience in facilitating trainings, meetings and workshops at different levels
  • Excellent interpersonal, communications and coordination skills to work effectively in multi cultural settings with a wide variety of stakeholders
  • Nepali and English oral and written communication skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other standard software(s)
Female and disadvantaged community candidates from the local level are highly encouraged to apply

To Apply,
 The deadline to apply for the above position/s is 17:00 hrs, May 22, 2014..

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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Governance Manager

Pact, a non-profit orginazation based in Washington, DC, is implementing a USAID-funded project, Sajhedari Bikaas, aimed to empowering local communities to direct their own development in Mid-and far-West Regions of Nepal. Pact is looking for highly competent Nepali citizen for the following position to be based in Dhangadhi.

Governance Manager

Organisation Name :Pact, Nepal
Organisation Type :NGO / INGO / Development Projects
Published on :The Himalayan Times
Published Date :May 7, 2014
Job Type :Full Time
Job Level :senior
Salary :-
Educational :Master
No. of Vacancies :1
Job Location :Dhangadhi
Apply Before :May 16, 2014 [9 days left]

Educational Description

  • Master's degree in Social Science, Rural Development, Engineering or equivalent in relevant field

Job Specification

  • A minimum of 7 years of experience working/ managing local governance and community development projects. Experience in managing small scale infrastructure project will be an added advantage
  • Experience with donor-funded programs (USAID preferred)
  • Experience in supporting and monitoring field-based programs in the regions
  • Excellent computer literacy in Word, Excel and PowerPoint are required
  • English fluency, both in written and verbal
  • Open to Nepalese nationals only
     

Job Description

  • Reporting to the Senior Regional Program Manager, the Governance Manager will serve the Project's technical advisor for local governance and community development component including infrastructure development and small-scale construction
Specific Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Provide Technical guidance to staff and implementing partners on local governmance and community development component of the Project
  • Provide capacity building support to the implementing partners in the areas of local governmance, inclusion, social accountability, community development and program management
  • Monitor partners' program implementation process and performance to ensure compliance with contracted deliverables
  • Coordinate and act as liaison to local bodies, CSOs and other Stakeholders at the field
  • Others as required

Apply Instructions

To apply,
Please submit a cover letter and CV to pactnepalrecruit@pactworld.org. Application must be in by Friday, May 16, 2014. Only short-listed candidates will be called for an interview. Phone calls will not be entertained.
Woman and person from marginalized and disadvantaged groups are encouraged to apply. Details of the job description for this position can be found at www.pactworld.org.

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Programme and Planning Officer, Governance

United Nations Children's Fund
Nepal Country Office
UNICEF, the world's leading children's right organization, has opening for passionate and committed professional who wants to make a lasting difference for children in Nepal, we are seeking an individual with commitment for woman and children, high drive for results integrity, demonstrable teamwork, good self-awareness and self regulation.

Programme and Planning Officer, Governance

Vacancy code/notice no :NEPA/2014-04
Organisation Name :Unaited Nations Children\'s Fund, Nepal Country Office
Organisation Type :NGO / INGO / Development Projects
Published on :The Himalayan Times
Published Date :April 30, 2014
Job Type :Full Time
Job Level :mid
Salary :-
Educational :Master
No. of Vacancies :1
Job Location :Achham
Apply Before :May 9, 2014 [8 days left]

Educational Description

  • University degree in Social Sciences, International Relations, Governance, Public Administration, Public Policy, Social Policy, Social Development, Community Development or other related disciplines with specialized training in conflict resolution

Job Specification

  • Minimum of two years of relevant professional work experience in project management including monitoring and evaluation. Experience in decentralization, governance, social policy, including child friendly local governance at the national, regional and district level is desired. Knowledgeable and experience on LGCDP and other decentralized programme is an asset
  • The candidate must have excellent written and spoken English/ Nepali skills
  • Knowledge of Rights-based and Results-based approach and programming
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-cultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationships, both within and outside the organization

Job Description

Post Level: National Officer (NO) - B
Appointment Type: Fixed Term Appointment
Post Location: Achham

The post incumbent will provide professional technical assistance and support for the Government’s Child-Friendly Local Governance (CFLG) framework within related decentralization programmes and policies with a focus on social mobilization, social auditing and child participation elements including design, planning and implementation, management and evaluation of activities, data analysis and progress reporting, in support of achievement of UNICEF goals and objectives at the Regional, district and below level, in line with Government planning process and mechanisms in relation to the CFLG framework and Operational guidelines

Apply Instructions

If you have experience of working in a similar capacity, possess the above profile and want to make an active and lasting contribution to build a better world for children, send your application along with the updated Personal History Form (P-11) quoting vacancy notice number to the following address or to the below email address. Please download the Personal History Form (P-11) and detailed Job Description of the post from the given link http://www.unicef.org/nepal/
Applications should be received by 9 May 2014. Only candidates under serious consideration will be contacted.
HR Specialist
UNICEF Nepal Country Office, UN House
P.O. Box 1187
Kathmandu, Nepal
Email address: nephrvacancy@unicef.org
Unicef is committed to Diversity and Inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from any national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including person with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization.
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