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Train as a Front Office Manager in the city that never sleeps! (m/f) NYC Salary:$50,000 per year

Train as a Front Office Manager in the city that never sleeps! (m/f) NYC Salary:$50,000 per year No meals offered on property. PTO days are accrued after 90 days of service. The hotel will house the J1 up to 14 days on property to cover room and taxes. All other charges are your own responsibility. Requirements:
- Must have prior/current Asst Front Desk Manager experience (6mn) - Must be able to lead a team with proven management skills. - Bachelor degree preferred - Great English Skills - High Volume experience is a plus - Great Personality, good communication skills Salary: $50,000 per year Duration: 18 months Interested? Apply online
or send your resume at careers@hrc-international.com We at HRC International are looking forward to meet you and to support you with your next step in hospitality. Ready for a life- changing experience? Go international! HRC International Inc 339 Johnson Ferry RD NE, GA 30328 Atlanta, USA Phone: (0031)43 351 0070 Fax: (0031)43 351 0057 E-Mail: careers@hrc-international.com Internet: www.hrc-international.com Contact person: Floris Drabbe Position/Department: Career USA programs

Trade Marketing, Job in Africa Salary $ 50000

Job Description:

Plan, implement and control the actions of Trade Marketing for maximum utilization of resources, according to the needs of different markets assigned at the territory: Mozambique. Thus supporting the brand image of each of our products and the achievement of company objectives.

Responsibilities:



  • Managing the marketing budget of customers, investing efficiently the resources allocated by business.
  • Development, in conjunction with the country manager and brand manager client, quarterly action plans.
  • Monitoring the implementation of the actions and results measurement.
  • Training clients on our products, campaigns and actions.
  • Approval of the actions and accompanying client throughout both processes.
  • Monitoring of prices and activities of competitors.
  • Ensure the respect of investment ratios given by plans and that the budget is used for products that correspond to each of them.
  • Implement and execute actions that the market needs to achieve monthly sales targets.
  • Check that the client respects the investment percentage agreed in the contract and that the actions taken up properly.
  • Monthly customers visits at the Palestinian Authorities, Israel and Jordan.
Requirements:
  • Bachelor degree in Marketing / Marketing Management / Business
  • 3 - 5 years’ experience in similar positions in the food industry (as trade marketing with ability to follow clients when needed).
  • Fluent in English and Portuguese but a third language (Spanish) would be an advantage.
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CA Global Africa

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Programme Manager_Gender Justice

Oxfam is one of the world's leading International Humanitarian Agencies, assisting people affected by poverty, natural disasters and conflict throughout the world. With over 5,000 staff and dedicated volunteers in more than 90 countries, Oxfam is able to achieve the greatest impact to alleviate poverty and suffering through combining emergency response work, long-term development programmes, and campaigning for lasting change. Oxfam has been working in Nepal since the 1980s, addressing the poverty and injustice faced by women and other socially excluded groups. Since April 25, 2015 Oxfam is also responding for the Earthquake crisis. It is a challenging environment in which to work but Oxfam’s global influencing experience is its strength. We know our policy goals and with a new Constitution in place, we need to move fast! There is much to do. Are you interested? A new team is forming so there isn’t a better time to join! Oxfam is currently recruiting to the following position.
We encourage you to apply! Programme Manager – Gender Justice
Only Applicable for Nepali Nationals
Contract Duration – One year (extendable) fixed term contract based in Kathmandu

 Level – C1 Job Purpose: Lead Oxfam’s gender justice programme by raising funds, planning, implementing and monitoring agreed programmes operationally and with partners in line with Oxfam’s Country Strategy for Nepal. Participate in and contribute to the development of the wider strategy for Nepal and the South Asia region.
The Role:
As a Programme Manager – Gender Justice, you will be required to strategically develop and implement a comprehensive programme in line with Oxfam’s Strategic Plan and identified local, state, national and regional priorities. You will require facilitating specific research and policy analysis for programme development on Oxfam’s priority programme themes - gender equity and social inclusion, and developing advocacy position and strategy on Oxfam's priority areas of work and effectively communicate it in various forums and mass media. You will also require representing Oxfam to build linkages, coordination and collaboration with government ministries and departments, donors, other agencies, international organisations and stakeholders at national, district and VDC level to identify advocacy and campaigning opportunities and further programme objectives.

Requirements to apply for this role are:
To be successful in this role, you must have strong conceptual, analytical and planning skills. You must have proven team leadership and ability to effectively influence outside own team; successfully represent specific programme and specific issues. You must have an understanding of the socio-economic, political and ecological conditions of the region and ability to facilitate interaction between different development practitioners of various levels with strong social skills – especially when working with community groups. Master’s Degree in Women's rights, gender studies and other relevant disciplines of social sciences with 4-5 years of experience.

Applications for the above positions can be sent by 12 January 2016 via mail to recruitment_nepal@oxfam.org.uk or G.P.O. Box 2500. Please submit the application letter indicating clearly the position applied.

District Program Coordinator

RTI International is an independent organization dedicated to conducting innovative, multidisciplinary research that improves the human condition. Please visit our website at www.rti.org/globalhealth for more information on our work in global health. RTI International is seeking “District Program Coordinator” candidates for the USAID-Health for Life (H4L) Project. Health for Life (H4L) is a five-year (2012-2017) project financed by USAID. Health for Life (H4L) is five-year project working primarily in coordination with the Government of Nepal’s Ministry of Health and Population (MOHP). As a result, H4L has a significant national presence to support the testing and roll-out of national-level policies, guidelines and programs. In addition to the national focus, it works with other implementing partners in 14 districts in the more disadvantaged Mid-Western and Western regions to strengthen district and village health systems and help identify and implement best practices. H4L collaborates with a wide range of stakeholders, including academic and research institutions, training centers, media partners and civil society. The primary goal of H4L is to strengthen the Government of Nepal’s capacity to plan, manage and deliver high-quality and equitable family planning, maternal, newborn, and child health services.

H4L activities directly address key health system constraints in the following areas: local health systems governance, data for decision making and evidence-based policy development, human resources management, quality improvement systems, and knowledge and behavior change. The Project currently covers 12 districts in the Mid-Western Development Region, 3 in the Western, and one each in the Eastern, Central and Far-Western Regions. This position is based in one of the 14 H4L Working Districts (Jumla, Kalikot, Dailekh, Surkhet, Bardiya, Banke, Dang, Kapilvastu, Pyuthan, Rolpa, Rukum, Jajakot, Salyan, Argakhanchi).
RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Works closely with the District Development Committee (DDC), District /Public Health Office (D/PHO), Village Development Committee (VDC) and Health Facility Operations and Management Committee (HFOMC) and other stakeholders in the district to implement H4L’s capacity building and health systems strengthening technical assistance;
 • Provides technical assistance to D/PHO routinely to implement joint district work plan focusing on high-priority VDCs to reduce disparities of access and use of health services;
• Supports systems strengthening of family planning, reproductive, maternal, child, newborn health and nutrition (FP/RH/MNCHN) activities, including recording and reporting, especially in high-priority VDCs;
• Builds the capacity of district and VDC government and other stakeholders in the district regarding health governance and planning and budgeting activities with proper coordination and collaboration; • Supports H4L implemented assessments and studies;
• Supports D/PHO and Health Facility In-Charge in improving recording, reporting, analysis and use of HMIS, and other relevant data for effective program management;
• Supports the implementation and dissemination of gender equity and social inclusion (GESI) sensitive programs, activities, messages, and materials in the district for H4L supported activities;
• Builds the capacity of health workers and FCHVs in the district to address missed opportunities during service delivery;
• Provides technical assistance to draft district communications plans following NHEICC guidelines; • Works closely with H4L senior advisors and specialists, and partners to use technology (mobile- and tablet-based outreach, text messaging, self-generated reminders, etc.) for selected activities in H4L districts;
• Provides day-to-day supervision of, and works collaboratively with, the district-level H4L Community Health Quality Improvement Officer;
• Prepares periodic District Program Reports and submits to Regional Manager;
• Carries out other activities as assigned by the supervisor;
• Reports to the Regional Manager based in Nepalgunj. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
• Masters Degree in public health, policy, rural/community development or related field and at least 3 years of experience (or a Bachelor’s degree and at least 6 years of experience) in Nepal;
• Demonstrated experience in the implementation of community-based programs (experience in health programs, especially those focused on increasing access to and use of health services, promoting evidence-based best practices for improving the quality of health interventions that reduce morbidity and mortality of mothers, infants, and children, preferred);
• Extensive field experience in targeted districts and solid understanding of the realities and complexities of working in hard-to-reach villages with marginalized and disadvantaged groups, and integrating crosscutting GESI strategies;
 • Demonstrated success in providing hands-on capacity building and technical assistance to partners and stakeholders;
• Demonstrated ability to develop effective working relationships with government counterparts, local organizations, and other program and partners;
• Strong oral and written communication skills in Nepali and English;
To Apply:
Qualified applicants should submit a resume with contact information to Operations Manager, Health for Life (H4L), P. O. Box: 3172, Lalitpur, Nepal or email:marora@np-h4l.rti.org with ‘District Program Coordinator’’ in the subject line. Deadline is 3 January 2016; however, applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted. Telephone inquiry will not be entertained. Female and candidates particularly from disadvantaged and socially excluded groups are highly encouraged to apply.

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Position Title:Sales- Manager in Training  
Type of Employment:Full-time Employee  
Responsibilities:
To be in charge of recruitment and worker dispatching business
・Provide counseling to job applicants
・Administering and coaching other employees in the sales division  

Required Experiences and Qualifications  
Experience in human resources related industries with a sales background  
Computer Skills:Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint  

Compensation:JPY 250,000 to 500,000 per month  
Bonus:Performance-based  
Pay Raise:Once a Year  
Commuting Expense:Fully Paid  
Insurance:Employment Insurance and Social Insurance  
Working Hours 9:00 to 17:45 (with one hour break)  
Vacations:Summer Holidays and New Year Holidays  
How to Apply
Mail by post along with letter of introduction from Hello Work 〒113-0034 Ochanomizu Plaza Bldg 2F, 1-3-11, Yushima, Bunkyo-ward, Tokyo, Japanj Career Co., Ltd General Affairs Dept. Takizawa

The Regional Accountant/Administrative Specialist

RTI (www.rti.org) is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to conducting innovative, multidisciplinary research that improves the human condition. With a worldwide staff of more than 4,000 people, RTI offers innovative research and development and multidisciplinary services. VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT RTI International, the International Education Division is currently accepting applications for a Regional Accountant/Administrative Specialist (four positions) to support the Early Grade Reading Program (EGRP), a USAID-funded five-year program to improve early grade reading in Nepal. This is a full-time positions. The 5-year program will work closely with and support the Government of Nepal’s design and initial implementation of a national education model that standardizes early grade reading in public schools. These Positions are based in four districts namely Pokhara (Kaski), Nepalgunj (Banke), Dhangadhi (Kailali) and Itahari (Morang) with expected travel to othertarget districts across Nepal. The Regional Accountant/Administrative Specialist will serve a dual role and will manage general office and accounting activities to ensure smooth, efficient, and effective operations of the regional offices. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: Accounting: Ensures the smooth, efficient and accurate accounting operations of the office so that the project activities can be financed efficiently and timely fashion to maximize the impact of the project. Maintain project accounts using QuickBooks according to the RTI regulations. Keep track of expenses and other financial transactions, mainly involving expense entry, tracking, and record keeping. Review expenses and financial transactions to ensure it is compliance with RTI procedures and terms of the agreement. Prepare invoices, write checks for payment. Prepare and submit monthly bank reconciliations. Estimates monthly cash needs and prepares the request and submit to EGRP Kathmandu office for wire transfers from RTI headquarters. Maintain petty cash account. Coordinates with District Coordinator to compile project financial reports. Identifies potential accounting discrepancies and works with the Finance Director to effectively research, track and resolve these issues. Operations: Assist in setting up the office space and liaise with property management to ensure rehabilitations are completed according to lease. Maintain inventory tracking system and do periodic reviews to ensure compliance with RTI procedures and terms of the agreement. Perform general administrative duties, including organizing and maintaining office files and records, photocopies, making arrangements, and operating office equipment. Coordinate internal and external meetings. This may include booking rooms, ordering refreshments, coordinating schedules and meeting invites, preparing agendas, and taking meeting minutes. Coordinate and track project-related travel and accommodations (domestic). Manage vehicle log book. Typing/editing project related documents. Perform other tasks as assigned by his/her supervisors. Required Skills and Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting/Finance with 3 year of experience in Finance/ Accounting and Administration in International Non-Government Organization. Understanding of USAID contract policies and regulations are an added advantage Strong financial management, organizational and interpersonal skills, attention to detail, and ability to work in a team-oriented setting are necessary Strong knowledge and practical experience in electronic bookkeeping. Experience working with QuickBooks Pro accounting software will be desirable. Must be detail oriented, organized and able to meet tight deadlines. Ability to interact with staff at all levels in a fast paced environment, sometimes under pressure, proactive, resourceful and efficient, with a high level of professionalism. Proficient in both written and spoken English and Nepali, proficiency in local language and dialect will be added advantage. To Apply: Qualified candidates are invited to apply via email to sranathapa@np-egrp.rti.org by Friday, January 08, 2016. Please clearly mark “Application for Accountant/Administrative Specialist” as subject of the email. Candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Only short listed applicants will be contacted. RTI is proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V.

Field Managers

Job Description: Field Managers (2 positions)
Feinstein International Center, Tufts University
As part of the
Promoting Agriculture, Health, and Alternative Livelihoods Program (PAHAL)
Implemented by Mercy Corps International
Location: We are advertising for two separate positions to be based in Far West Nepal. One will be in based in a VDC of Doti District and the second in Maulali VDC, Bajhang District.
Background on the Program:

The Promoting Agriculture, Health, and Alternative Livelihoods Program (PAHAL),funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Office of Food for Peace (FFP), is a five-year program that commenced in November 2014.  It seeks to strengthen livelihoods, improve nutritional status and increase the capacity of vulnerable households to mitigate, adapt to and recover from shocks and stresses in communities with deep poverty and high rates of malnutrition in critical zones of the Mid- Western and Far-Western Regions of Nepal.

Mercy Corps has formed a dynamic consortium of local and international partners that combines extensive experience and knowledge of the communities in rural Nepal, strong relationships with local organizations and structures, and evidence and learning from global contexts. Together, Mercy Corps, Plan International USA (Plan), International Development Enterprises (iDE), Tufts University’s Feinstein International Center (FIC), and Nepalese partners NTAG, Rupantaran, RIMS-Nepal and SAPPROS, will work at a systemic level to address both the symptoms and root causes of food insecurity in order to build community resilience. The consortium has designed an intervention strategy based on its members’ proven ability to achieve lasting results in Nepal, and on extensive and on-going assessments of key food security constraints.

The Feinstein International Center of Tufts University is an academic research center dedicated to improving the lives and livelihoods of marginalized and crisis-affected communities through evidence-based research geared towards informing policies and programming. As part of the PAHAL program in Nepal, FIC will be designing and leading research to investigate the social, economic and political factors contributing to resilience and vulnerability at the community, household and individual level. The FIC team will coordinate research activities with the monitoring, evaluation and learning activities of Mercy Corps and partners, and will seek to provide evidence to inform and improve on-going and emerging programs.

Objective and Scope of Engagement:

The full-time Field Manager will manage the Tufts portion of the PAHAL project in the assigned VDC (more details below). This person is expected to live full-time in the rural location.

This position is for one year from the date of hire with the possibility for renewal. Salary is inclusive of living costs. Travel expenses as required and approved by the program will be covered.

The Field Manager will report to the Tufts Researcher working with PAHAL, Mr. Poshan Dahal.

This position will be paid as a consultant. This is not a Tufts University employee position, and hence does not include university benefits such as insurance (health, life, medevac, or disability) or pensions.

Responsibilities:

The Field Manager will have a variety of responsibilities related to managing the field team. These include (but are not limited to) the following:
  • Oversee teams of 5-8 enumerators in the rural VDC, including assisting with hiring, engaging in training, and routine and consistent personnel management.
  • Conduct initial census mapping of all wards.
  • Mobilize local communities to participate in the data collection.
  • Manage community expectations.
  • Liaise with local and VDC leaders.
  • Troubleshoot technical problems.
  • Oversee incentive program for households.
  • Represent FIC to government bodies and other actors as needed.
  • Report regularly to Tufts Researcher.
  • Arrange local logistics as required for other members of the Tufts and/or PAHAL team. 
Qualifications:
  • Applicants will be judged against the following list of ideal qualifications:
  • A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in the social sciences.
  • A minimum of 2 years supervisory experience, particularly of enumerators in rural settings.
  • A minimum of 1 years of field work in rural areas in data collection or other research-related tasks.
  • Some experience with tablet or smart-phone based data collection a plus but not essential, though it is essential that the successful candidate be confident using and trouble-shooting technical issues.
  • Proficiency in relevant local language (i.e. Doteli or Bajhangi).
  • Familiarity with and sensitivity to issues of rural exclusion, including those based on caste and gender.
  • Ability to work well independently, to take initiative, and to problem solve.
  • Good organizational skills
  • Excellent communication skills.
As a university we are committed to learning and personal development. Applicants who are strong in some of the above areas and have a willingness to learn in others will be considered.

How to Apply:

Submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae, including contact emails for two references, via email to dposhan@gmail.com by December 26, 2015.

Engineer Manager

Detailed Job Description / Requirements:

PACT IS RECRUITING
Pact, a non-profit organization based in Washington, DC, is implementing a USAID-funded project, Sajhedari Bikaas, aimed at empowering local communities to direct their own development. Pact has an immediate need for highly competent Nepali citizens to fill the following position.
Engineer Manager- 2 positions (one for each cluster) 
The incumbent will serve as technical advisor for Sajhedari Bikaas’ small-scale infrastructure projects in mid and far-west and earthquake-affected districts. S/he will work closely with the senior staff to coordinate and provide technical guidance to the projects and ensure compliance with contracted deliverables. S/hewill also liaise closely with the project’s consulting engineering firm.The Engineer Manager reports to the Senior Field Director (SFD) and will be based in either Nepalgunj and Anbu-Khaireni/Charikot and provide technical support to six districts each in the two clusters.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Serve as the primary engineering technical expert on the project involving nearly 200 small scale infrastructure projects
  • Coordinate activities with senior staff
  • Monitor grantee activities to ensure best practices are followed and technical compliance with donor requirements is respected
  • Monitor and liaise with the project’s consulting engineering firm
  • Produce written reports on activities and outcomes
  • Perform other duties as assigned
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Civil engineering degree
  • Minimum of 7 years of experience working with local organizations and/or communities
  • Experience with USG (USAID preferred)-funded programs or other international donors
  • A sound understanding of rural development, good governance, and the GoN’s planning processes
  • Experience in supporting and monitoring field-based programs in the Hill & Terai districts
  • Excellent computer literacy in Word, Excel and PowerPoint are required
  • English and Nepali fluency required
  • Open to Nepali nationals only
To apply, please submit a cover letter and CV to PactNepalRecruit@pactworld.org. Only shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview.  Phone calls will not be accepted.
Women and persons from marginalized and disadvantaged communities are encouraged to apply.

Protection Officer

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
Protection Officer
Place of assignment: Gorkha district
Reporting to: Protection Manager
Starting date: ASAP
People in Need (PIN) is an international non – governmental organization with headquarters in Prague, the Czech Republic. In its 20 years of history, PIN was working in over 40 countries in relief, development and human rights and democracy support projects. People in Need is a member of the Alliance 2015 – European NGO Network. For more information visit www.peopleinneed.cz. After the earthquake in Nepal in April 2015, PIN joined the emergency response to support the most affected communities in Nepal.
Protection Officer coordinates protection activities in displacement sites in the targeted areas. S/he conducts needs assessment, coordinates safety trainings, facilitates committee formation, communicates with site management, coordinates with other stakeholders present on site.
Yourresponsibilities:
o     Facilitate formation of safety committees in displacement sites
o     Support the committee in developing SGBV referral mechanism, committees’ capacity building
o     Monitor the committees’ mechanisms functionality and availability to the site residents
o     Monitor the safety and security situation at sites
o     Support committee in adequately addressing and mitigating the risks
o     Monitor security projects implemented by the committees
o     Compile field level reports
o     Communicate regularly with Line Manager
o     Coordinate with other committees and agencies working on sites

Your profile:
o     Bachelors degree, or secondary education with at least 2 years of relevant work experience
o     Work experience in rural and remote areas
o     Experience working in SGBV prevention / response, child protection, or women empowerment
o     Outstanding communication skills
o     Empathy and stress resilience
o     Fluency in written and spoken English
o     Sound knowledge of MS Word and MS Excel
o     Experience with data collection preferred
o     Additional language proficiency (e.g. Gurung) preferred

We offer:
o     Competitive salary according to PIN scale
o     Work in an international team
o     On the job training and mentoring
Interested candidates please deliver your CV and cover letter to hr.nepal@peopleinneed.cz by December 21st, 2015. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted immediately.
PIN promotes equal opportunities. Women, Dalit and janajati candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Project Officer - Child Protection and Education

We’ for Change, established in 2012 is youth led organization committed to work for capacity building and leadership development of young people and improve the quality of life of adolescents of Nepal. (www.weforchange.org)
Position: Project Officer - Child Protection and Education
Job Type: Flexible full time
Start Date: December 21, 2015
Duration: 6 months with possible extension
Location: ‘We’ for Change office, Buddhanagarwith frequent travel to districts
Job Purpose:Support the implementation of ‘We’ for Change’s child protection and education related programs
QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE:
  • Bachelor’s or Master's degree in any Social Science stream
  • Two years' experience (full time or volunteer) in working with children and youth
  • Able to drive office van and should be valid vehicle (Car, Van) license holder
  • Strong ability to conduct and manage education and children relation programs
  • Good interpersonal communication, facilitation, presentation & coordination skills with excellent English language
  • Age below 26 years
JOB DESCRIPTION:
  • Plan, manage and coordinate program activities in different schools and communities of district
  • Meet cost standards by monitoring expenses; implementing cost-saving actions during the program and its activities
  • Maintain coordination with local government bodies, line agencies and other agencies to ensure quality program implementation
  • Work closely with the field teams and community committees including schools and student groups
  • Should have the adequate geographical knowledge.
  • Represent organization in trainings organized by donor/partner organizations
  • Preparing timely updates and reports and submit to team leader
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the board members
Closing Date: December 18, 2015
Interested candidates please submit your CV to: careers@weforchange.org with following file name format: [openposition]_[your name]_CV.pdf (or doc)
Example: Financeofficer_Priya_CV.pdf (or doc)
Only short listed candidates will be contacted for interview.

Project Manager-Salary: 70,000/month



PHASE Nepal is a not for profit NGO established in 2006 by a group of development professionals dedicated to supporting poor communities in remote areas of Nepal. For the last 10 years PHASE Nepalhas been implementing Health, Education and Livelihoods improvement programmes in Humla, Bajura, Mugu, Gorkha, Sindhupalchok and Kavrepalanchok districts.  Currently, PHASE Nepal's projects are funded by PHASE Worldwide UK, PHASE Austria, City of Vienna-Austria, NTTI USA, Lindsay Cooper Singapore, Hrothgar Investment Limited Singapore, Global Giving USA, Global Giving UK, Innocent Foundation UK, DFID UK through PHASE Worldwide and other individuals and organizations from different countries. PHASE Nepal's earthquake relief projects are funded by DiakonieKatastrophenhilfe (DKH) Germany, Caritas Germany, Caritas Austria, People in Need, UNHCRin addition to regular donors. Currently PHASE has over 80 staff working for different projects.
To implement WASH Recovery Projectfunded by DiakonieKatastrophenhilfe, Germany, in six VDCs of Sindhupalchowk District, PHASE Nepal is currently in need of the following staff members for the period of one year:
1. Position: Project Manager Required Number: 1
Duty Station: PHASE Office, Bhaktapur (more than 70%field)Gross Salary: 70,000/month
The Project Manager will be reporting to the Programme Manager and is responsible for overall management of the project activities including planning, implementation, monitoring and coordinating with relevant stakeholers. S/he will be supervising project staff and frequently visiting the project areas.
Required Experience and Qualification: The candidate should have Master's Degree or equivalent in any discipline, preferably water supply engineering and a minimum of 5 to 7 years of experience in managing similar projects in managerial level in I/NGO with demonstrable record of accomplishment of best performance. Must have excellent English and Nepali language, IT and reporting skills.
PLEASE E-MAIL your CV, a cover letter explaining why you are the best candidate for the position and your contact telephone number to phasenepal@gmail.com within 10 December 2015. Please visit PHASE websites and face book pages for more information. Only short listed candidates will be contacted for further selection process. No telephone inquiries will be entertained.
PHASE Nepal respects child rights and strictly follows child protection policy of the organization.
PHASE Nepal is an equal opportunities employer. Qualified female candidates or those from disadvantaged communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

WASH Engineer



PHASE Nepal is a not for profit NGO established in 2006 by a group of development professionals dedicated to supporting poor communities in remote areas of Nepal. For the last 10 years PHASE Nepalhas been implementing Health, Education and Livelihoods improvement programmes in Humla, Bajura, Mugu, Gorkha, Sindhupalchok and Kavrepalanchok districts.  Currently, PHASE Nepal's projects are funded by PHASE Worldwide UK, PHASE Austria, City of Vienna-Austria, NTTI USA, Lindsay Cooper Singapore, Hrothgar Investment Limited Singapore, Global Giving USA, Global Giving UK, Innocent Foundation UK, DFID UK through PHASE Worldwide and other individuals and organizations from different countries. PHASE Nepal's earthquake relief projects are funded by DiakonieKatastrophenhilfe (DKH) Germany, Caritas Germany, Caritas Austria, People in Need, UNHCRin addition to regular donors. Currently PHASE has over 80 staff working for different projects.
To implement WASH Recovery Projectfunded by DiakonieKatastrophenhilfe, Germany, in six VDCs of Sindhupalchowk District, PHASE Nepal is currently in need of the following staff members for the period of one year:
2. Position: WASH EngineerRequired Number: 1
Duty Station: PHASE Office, Bhaktapur(more than 70%field)Gross Salary: 65,000/month
The WASH Engineer will report to the Project Manager and be responsible for carrying out detailed surveys, designs, cost estimates and preparing agreement with DWUC,providing technical input for effective implementation of construction of the drinking water supply schemes, water sources protectionensuring the compliance with contemporary rules in relation to the design and construction of the drinking water scheme, coordination with local authorities, capacity enhancement of the DWUCs in maintenance of the drinking water project and supervising the construction activities.
Required Experience and Qualification: The candidate should have at least Bachelor Degree in civil engineering and minimum of 3 to 5 years of experience in designing and implementing rural gravity flowdrinking water system onstruction. Must have excellent Englishand Nepali language and IT skills.
PLEASE E-MAIL your CV, a cover letter explaining why you are the best candidate for the position and your contact telephone number to phasenepal@gmail.com within 10 December 2015. Please visit PHASE websites and face book pages for more information. Only short listed candidates will be contacted for further selection process. No telephone inquiries will be entertained.
PHASE Nepal respects child rights and strictly follows child protection policy of the organization.
PHASE Nepal is an equal opportunities employer. Qualified female candidates or those from disadvantaged communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Logistics Officer



PHASE Nepal is a not for profit NGO established in 2006 by a group of development professionals dedicated to supporting poor communities in remote areas of Nepal. For the last 10 years PHASE Nepalhas been implementing Health, Education and Livelihoods improvement programmes in Humla, Bajura, Mugu, Gorkha, Sindhupalchok and Kavrepalanchok districts.  Currently, PHASE Nepal's projects are funded by PHASE Worldwide UK, PHASE Austria, City of Vienna-Austria, NTTI USA, Lindsay Cooper Singapore, Hrothgar Investment Limited Singapore, Global Giving USA, Global Giving UK, Innocent Foundation UK, DFID UK through PHASE Worldwide and other individuals and organizations from different countries. PHASE Nepal's earthquake relief projects are funded by DiakonieKatastrophenhilfe (DKH) Germany, Caritas Germany, Caritas Austria, People in Need, UNHCRin addition to regular donors. Currently PHASE has over 80 staff working for different projects.
To implement WASH Recovery Projectfunded by DiakonieKatastrophenhilfe, Germany, in six VDCs of Sindhupalchowk District, PHASE Nepal is currently in need of the following staff members for the period of one year:
3. Position: Logistics OfficerRequired Number: 1
Duty Station: PHASE Office, Bhaktapur with field visitsGross Salary: 40,000/month
The Logistics Officer will report to the Project Manager and be responsible for assessing and organizing logistics in terms of transport requirements, receipt, handling, storage and distribution of the relief items/construction materials, establishing proper warehousing and recording systems including managing assets of the project, devising methods of stock control, regularly submitting stock reports. Ability to communicate effectively in spoken and written English and Nepali language is required.
Required Experience and Qualification: Bachelor’s degree in any discipline preferably in management, transport, logistics, supply chain management with previous relevant work experience with I/NGO.
PLEASE E-MAIL your CV, a cover letter explaining why you are the best candidate for the position and your contact telephone number to phasenepal@gmail.com within 10 December 2015. Please visit PHASE websites and face book pages for more information. Only short listed candidates will be contacted for further selection process. No telephone inquiries will be entertained.
PHASE Nepal respects child rights and strictly follows child protection policy of the organization.
PHASE Nepal is an equal opportunities employer. Qualified female candidates or those from disadvantaged communities are strongly encouraged to apply.