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PROJECT MANAGER ll INGO Job ll Medecins du Monde – France (MdM-F) ll

I - Mission context
Medecins du Monde – France (MdM-F) is a medical INGO founded in 1980 with 5 priority sectors of intervention: harm reduction, migrant health, health in crises and emergencies, sexual and reproductive health, and environmental health. 
MdM-F has worked in Nepal since 1995, initially focusing on TB and HIV control activities in the west of the country. Since 2007 our focus has been in Sindhupalchok District where we have implemented a 9 year project that works with women cooperatives to promote sexual and reproductive health along with support to livelihoods through microfinance activities. Following the 2015 earthquakes we scaled up to provide an emergency response – running mobile medical clinics, rebuilding health facilities, supporting the District Health Authorities, and revitalizing the womens cooperatives. Since February 2016, we have started implementing an early recovery programme in 23 VDCs in Sindhupalchok, which will continue until April 2018.
We are looking for a Project Manager who will be based in Chautara and will manage and ensure the high quality and timely implementation of the project activities by the MdM team and our local partner, line manage MdM project staff based in Chautara, closely coordinate with the District authorities and civil society organizations, and represent MdM-F in district- level forums. This position reports to the Program Coordinator who is based in Kathmandu.
This programme is funded by the Big Lottery Fund, United Kingdom.
Hierarchical positioning: Reporting to Program Coordinator
II - Main responsabilités
  • Project Operation
  • Coordination with government authorities, local partners and stakeholders
  • Partnership Management
  • HR Management
  • Support and others 
III –Responsibility in detail
Project Operation
  • Uphold the leading role of project operation in the Sindhupalchok district under direct supervision of Program Coordinator and in close coordination with Medical Coordinator. 
  • Ensure effective and efficient project implementation, coordination and delivery, synergizing the activities, technicalities, staffs, admin, government authorities, partner and network.
  • Prepare annual, quarterly, monthly and weekly plans for effective exécution of the project activities along with budgetary forecast.
  • Coordinate the implementation of the combined activities related to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WaSH), Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Health including mental health and Microfinance program activities together with the local partner. Oversee the construction of health focused women cooperative buildings. Ensure program-planning, implementation, and follow up are made in timely manner.
  • Oversee the activities of local partner work related to WaSH, DRR and health and the microfinance.
  • Support to maintain the M&E system in place for effective monitoring the progresses, results, outcomes and impact of the projects and program activities.
  • Support on the program evaluations and contribute to analyses and reports. Participate, analyse and write the field assessments, baseline surveys, and evaluations in field level.
  • Ensure the mechanism for field data collection, analysis and documentation and supervise for program communication, documentation and reporting.
  • Write and communicate detailed periodic project reports and field incidents.
  • Responsible for effective and efficient resource mobilization, financial planning and adhere with budgetary controls.
  • Coordinate with logistic department for logistic arrangement and fleet management. Coordinate with Admin department for financial arrangement, administrative operation and internal control. 
Coordination with government authorities, local partners and stakeholders
  • Responsible for overall coordination with government authorities, local partners, stakeholders and funding agencies etc. in Sindhupalchok. Coordinate for monitoring and evaluations conducted by funding agencies, government authorities and HQ.   
  • Represent MdM in the local, district or regional forums and government authorities, and participate in such forums, meetings, trainings, conference and workshops. Liaise with similar projects and look for cooperation and exchange of information with INGOs/NGOs.
  • Responsible for conduction of District Project Advisory Committee meetings and joint monitoring or evaluation programs from government authorities. Assist on Central Project Advisory Committee and other central level activities.
  • Observe the political situation and security context in project sites & nationwide and update to General Coordinator.
Partnership Management
  • Ensure effective and smooth partnership relationship with local partners and effective operation of MdM project including HR, admin and finance activities.
  • Support the local partners in planning, organizing, implementation of MdM project especially in the areas of WaSH, DRR, Health and the microfinance activities etc.
  • Identify needs for technical assistance to local partners and develop plan and program for capacity building of local partner.
  • Capacitate the local partner for their exposure towards local and national coordination in relevant forums and institutions.
  • Coordinate for technical backstopping from MdM to local partner on health, WaSH and DRR related activities.
HR Management
  • Responsible to supervise field team in Sindhupalchok. Manage approximately 8-10 project staff and ensure that they are fulfilling their work plans.
  • Ensure that staff under his/her direction are adhering to the MdM policies and procedures. Ensure MdM values and work culture within the team. Responsible for team motivation, high morale and synergy. 
  • Ensure smooth team mobilization in field including management of staffs leaves, travel days, logistic support, and administration & HR concerns.
  • Assist and participate on new position recruitment of field staffs and supervise the onsite recruitment of daily workers or local resource person.
Support and others 
  • Support and coordination with Coordinators for smooth operation and synergy of mission office.
  • Abide by all the procedures and guidelines in the MdM and comply with all prevailing agreements, legislations and conventions.
  • Help to build the positive relation within the teams and external parties.
  • Communicate all the external communications in notification to your supervisor,
  • Execute any other function required by Program Coordinator and General Coordinator.
IV- Profile sought:
Essential(will not be considered without meeting these requirements):
  • Previous experience in District-Level Project Management / District Coordination role in an INGO in post-earthquake setting
  • Master’s degree with 5 years of relevant experience or Bachelor’s degree with 7 years of relevant experience
  • Demonstrable experience in managing health projects
  • Be comfortable living and working in Sindhupalchok
  • Fluent spoken Nepali and English, with the ability to write in English at a professional level
  • Good IT skills including Microsoft Office package.
  • Experience working in Sindhupalchok
  • Education / extensive experience in public health
  • Exposure on DRR and/or WaSH will be an asset
  • Demonstrable ability to multi-task, be flexible and handle a high workload
  • Project Management qualifications, leadership and decision making skills, administrative and organizational skills
DURATION: 12 months, possibility of extension
DUTY STATION: Chautara, Sindhupalchok District
How to apply: send an updated CV in English with 3 references and Cover Letter to info.mdmfrance@gmail.com

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Hamro palo (her turn) a not-for profit organization invites applications from qualified and competent Nepalese candidates for the position of Field Coordinator. This position is based in Gorkha and Sindhupalchowk.
  • Bachelor’s degree graduate from a recognized Board/University
  • Willing to travel to remote and rural VDCs within Gorkha and Sindhupalchwok districts,
  • At least 2 year of progressive working experience in the issues of women and adolescents,
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  • Plan and coordinate field activities with project staff, schools and district authorities,
  • Coordination of activities with rural schools, service providers, trainers, officials, local organizations, management and other stakeholders
  • Conduct baseline surveys, impact assessments, interviews
  • Collecting, compiling and translating evaluation data (including filling in data from questionnaires),
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  • Regular coordination and updates from social mobilizers and mentors,
  • Follow up with activities of Girls Support Committee and prepare report accordingly,
  • Translations and typing in English and Nepali,
  • Assist program coordinator in conducting program and           preparing report,
  • Prepare database of school information including number of     students, teachers and others,
  • Support admin team as and when required, such procurement of materials and supplies,
  • Representing the program and networking with relevant           organizations and individuals in Kathmandu and in the field.
Interested candidates are requested to send through their CV ( not more than 2 pages) along with a cover letter and two reference to info@her-turn.org by 18 December 2016.
Please mention in the subject whether you are applying for Gorkha or Sindhpalchowk.Incomplete applications or those longer than the required page length will not be considered.
Hamro Palo is an equal opportunity employer. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.

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FHI 360 Nepal 
Vacancy Announcement
(Re-advertisement Date: November 26, 2016)
FHI 360, an international NGO, is currently recruiting a qualified and experienced candidate for the position of Deputy Project Director for LINKAGES Nepal Project. 
Deputy Project Director, LINKAGES Nepal Project 
The Deputy Project Director is responsible for oversight of the program and technical resources for the LINKAGES Nepal Project.  The Deputy Project Director provides overall leadership for program design, development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation; ensuring quality; strategic behavioral communication, and strategic information for LINKAGES Nepal Project activities.  
  • Review LINKAGES Nepal Project implementation plan, strategies and approaches, performance monitoring and evaluation plan (PMEP), environment mitigation and monitoring plan (EMMP); review and verify final documents to assure their high quality prior to execution.  
  • Manage the development of sub-agreements, contracts, amendments and annual work plans including activities, budgets and implementation plans and monitor subprojects to ensure that implementation is conducted in a timely and technically sound manner.  
  • Review and ensure that sub-agreements, contracts and amendment documents meet the program and technical requirements and maintain quality assurance before execution by LINKAGES Nepal Project Director.   
  • Prepare program reports (such as monthly/quarterly/semi-annual/Annual/End of Project reports), briefs and other communication and reporting requirements for FHI 360, donors, and Government of Nepal.  
  • Provide oversight and guidance to ensure that country program and subproject work plan activities are conducted as planned, targets and technical requirements are met and deliverables completed in accordance with donor agreements and program objectives.  
  • Review, ensure and provide support for timely implementation of LINKAGES Nepal Project implementation plan, PMEP and EMMP  
  • Ensure LINKAGES Nepal Project activities are as per the national guidelines and project’s standard operating procedures 
  • Ensure LINKAGES Nepal Project technical quality, expertise and contribution is shared widely with donors, Government and collaborating partners.  
  • Ensure appropriate levels of technical assistance in program operations and support LINKAGES Nepal Project Director to coordinate closely with APRO and HQs for timely technical assistance in relevant technical areas; submit annual plan for TA needs from the country office to APRO.  
  • Keep updated on state-of-the-art global technical advancements in public health, continuum of HIV prevention, care, support and treatment services and research to apply to ongoing LINKAGES Nepal Project activities.  
  • Facilitate and ensure supportive supervision and monitoring are regularly planned and implemented and ensure issues and actions identified from the supervision visits are shared and addressed in time. 
  • Provide support for the M&E/strategic information related activities including but not limited to development and implementation of PMEP; development, analysis and use of cascade of HIV prevention, care, support and treatment services; paper publications; recording and reporting tools and guidelines; selection and reporting for key indicators.  
  • Ensure that all programmatic reporting is accurate, timely and meets LINKAGES Project, FHI 360 and donor requirements.  
  • Ensure cascade of HIV prevention, care, support and treatment services are developed, analyzed and used for program and service improvement. Ensure routine project data are further analyzed and used for program improvement.
  • Review project’s progress tracking on regular basis and ensure that the project’s achievements are on track.
  • Ensure capacity building needs of IAs and government agencies are assessed and capacity building activities are planned, implemented and monitored.
  • Work with relevant LINKAGES Nepal Project and FHI 360 staff for communications and public relations to coordinate publications, documentation and dissemination of LINKAGES Nepal Project activities, successes, good practices and lessons learned.
  • Ensure effective management and monitoring of program through field visits, regular LINKAGES Nepal program and technical team meetings, reporting out meeting, annual and quarterly work plan meetings; regular meetings with government and non-government stakeholders, collaborating agencies, USAID and other donors.  
  • Arrange for and accompany government and donor representatives on supervision and monitoring visits to project sites.  
  • Share, foster and ensure regular sharing of up-to-date and cutting-edge information and articles. 
  • Supervise and direct the day-to-day work of the Program, Technical, SBC and Documentation Units, including coordination with Administration and Finance Units.   Serve as a member of the FHI 360 Nepal Senior Management Team to develop country program strategy, business plans, operational plans and budgets as well as LINKAGES Nepal Project work plan, budget and PMEP.  
  • Represent LINKAGES Nepal in public forums.  
  • Perform other LINKAGES Nepal Project-related duties as assigned by the LINKAGES Nepal Project Director or FHI 360 Regional Director.  
  • Masters’ degree or its international equivalent in public health, management, behavioral, life/social sciences or other fields related to international development.
  • Five to seven years of experience managing large, complex HIV service delivery projects among key populations together with leading the development of technical innovations 
  • Solid experience working in non-governmental organization – preferably with a focus on HIV prevention, care, support and treatment service delivery among key populations and PLHIV.
  • Demonstrated leadership in building and sustaining positive working relationships and partnerships with donor agencies, host country governments, and partners at local, country, regional, and international levels.
  • Proven track record of increasing responsibility to oversee all aspects of USAID-funded projects, including financial, human resource, compliance and quality assurance components.
  • Demonstrated experience negotiating annual work plans and directing teams to complete objectives/activities on time within budget while meeting high quality standards.
  • Respected voice in the national key population community and a solid understanding of the structural factors that affect HIV service uptake for sex workers, men who have sex with men, transgender persons and people who inject drugs.
  • Experience in strategic communications, public relations, policy advocacy and media engagement.
  • Established networking and partnership development skills notably with the global key population constituency lead networks, the Global Fund and UN agencies 
  • Experience in public health systems at all levels, international public health policy and foreign aid systems preferred.
  • Exceptional communication and relationship management skills with a range of stakeholders.
  • Strong proven record with strategy development and analytical capacity building.
  • Track record in innovation and quality service delivery.
  • Excellent problem solving, program management and program implementation skills.
  • Maturity and ability to maintain composure under stressful situations and tight deadlines.
  • Ability to travel to the field 20-30 percent of the time.  
Send your updated resume, application cover letter and a copy of citizenship to:
FHI 360 Nepal
PO Box 8803, Kathmandu
Email: Nepal.recruitment@fhi360.org 
The deadline for application is 17:00 hrs, December 5, 2016. In the letter and/or email subject line, please mention the position you are applying for. Those who have applied previously do not need to re-apply. 
Only short-listed candidates will be invited for written test and oral interview. Any effort to influence the selection process will result in disqualification.

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Protection Project Manager/People in Need (PIN) Jobs

Place of assignment: Sindhupalchok or Gorkha, Nepal
Reporting to: Project 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 Project Manager is responsible for managing and coordinating all aspects related to protection project, including reporting, administration and delivery of activities according to the project timeline. Project Managers report directly to programme managers and are expected to have a high degree of responsibility related to the overall coordination and delivery of the project.
  • Oversee the timely delivery of the project according to proposal an ensure compliance with all donor’s requirements.
  • Manage and oversee diverse protection team that will conduct protection activities and ensure their professionalism, efficiency, and compliance with donor requirements and staff policy.
  • Close collaboration with other PIN teams on project delivery.
  • Strengthening and support the communities in developing SGBV referral mechanism, committees’ capacity building.
  • Coordination between, mobilization and activation of local networks and relevant bodies.
  • Monitor protection situation in projects sites, identify and immediately communicate needs and gaps in service provisions.
  • Support communities in adequately addressing and mitigating the risks.
  • Coordination with other organizations, government officials, and other stakeholders.
  • Represent PIN professionally to donors, local partners, and other stakeholders.
  • Monitor and evaluate the project continually to ensure quality.
  • Network and develop strategic partnerships with other organizations.
  • Prepare and draft documentation, assessments, and reports according to projects’ needs.
  • Efficiently and effectively recruit, manage and evaluate project staff in accordance with PIN’S policies and practices.
  • Create realistic and efficient work plans for staff that include activities necessary to complete the project.
  • Monitor the progress and follow up on the work plans and mitigate gaps and challenges.
  • Ensure PIN’s resources are utilized efficiently, effectively and for work purposes only.
  • Maintain efficient office operations and professional work environment in the office and in the field.
  • Bachelors degree with at least 4 years of relevant work experience or Masters degree with two years relevant work experience.
  • Work experience in rural and remote areas. Willingness to travel to field and monitor activities.
  • Knowledge of SGBV, girls’ and women’s rights, child protection, relevant legal provisions.
  • Prior experience with large institutional donors preferred.
  • Outstanding communication skills – written and spoken.
  • Strong problem solving abilities and capacity to solve complex issues related to project’s delivery.
  • Outstanding organizational skills.
  • Empathy and stress resilience.
  • Detail orientation and ability to work independently and meet deadlines.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English.
  • Sound knowledge of MS Word and MS Excel.
  • Additional language proficiency (e.g. Tamang) preferred.
  • Competitive salary
  • Work in an international team
  • On the job training and mentoring
Interested candidates please deliver your CV and cover letter to hr.nepal@peopleinneed.cz by 18th November , 2016. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted immediately.
PIN promotes equal opportunities. Women, Dalit and janajati candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Environmental Compliance Manager/mercycorps.org

Mercy Corps is an international, non-governmental humanitarian relief and development agency that exists to alleviate suffering, poverty and oppression by helping people build secure, productive, and just communities. Mercy Corps works in more than 40 countries, and has been present in Nepal since 2005. In Nepal, Mercy Corps works to build the absorptive, adaptive, and transformative potential of vulnerable individuals and communities across the country. Through a systems-based approach to market development, financial services access, disaster risk reduction, climate change adaptation, and youth engagement, Mercy Corps builds resilience among target communities.
Mercy Corps invites applications from all interested and potential Nepali candidates for the following position:
Environmental Compliance Manager -1 (Kathmandu based with frequent travel to program districts). 
Please refer to nepal.mercycorps.org for the full position description.
“Fostering a diverse and open workplace is an important part of Mercy Corps’ vision, and we encourage people from all backgrounds, especially women and members of disadvantaged groups to apply. Mercy Corps is an Equal Opportunity Employer”.
Interested candidates are requested to submit cover letter and Mercy Corps Application Form available at http://nepal.mercycorps.org by COB November 13, 2016 to the address below: 
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further selection process. Telephone enquiries will not be entertained.
Attn: Human Resources Department
[Please mention the title of the Position and location on the subject line of the e-mail while applying]
Email to: np-jobs@mercycorps.org

National program officer (Education) unesco

National Professional Officer (Education)-1(pos)

  • Title: National Professional Officer
  • Domain: Education
  • Post Number: 4NPED1000RP
  • Grade: NOC
  • Duty Station: Kathmandu, Nepal
  • Recruitment open to: Only Nationals of Nepal may apply for this post
  • Type of contract: Fixed Term
  • Annual salary:  NPR 2,712,066
  • Deadline: 25 November 2016

Under the overall authority of the Assistant Director-General for Education (ADG/ED) and the direct supervision of the Head of the UNESCO Office in Kathmandu and UNESCO Representative to Nepal, the incumbent will provide technical and policy advice to the Ministry of Education and relevant partners in order to support the identification, design, implementation, reporting, monitoring, evaluation and coordination of activities and projects carried out under the UNESCO Education Programme. The incumbent will be expected to coordinate a team of personnel in their respective field of education and bring a strong background and capability in policy development and planning. He/she will also be responsible for ensuring UNESCO's contribution in the field of Education. The National Professional Officer will be expected to perform the following responsibilities:

  •  Assist the Head of the Office in identifying, designing, implementing and reporting on Programme activities in the field of Education in Nepal within the Education 2030 Agenda and its Framework for Action, as well as the Education Sector's global and regional strategies and priorities, in order to contribute to building the national and local institutional capacities and priorities towards inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong learning opportunities for all. 
  • Provide technical and policy advice to the Ministry of Education and relevant partners.  
  • Lead the participation of UNESCO in UN Joint Programming exercises in the field of Education within the  Common Country Assessments/United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF).
  • Articulate and propose strategies for UNESCO’s intervention and assistance in the field of emerging and innovative educational themes, e.g. education for sustainable development (ESD), ICTs for education, global citizenship education and ensure gender mainstreaming in education.  
  • Develop in collaboration with other Programme Officers interdisciplinary project proposals aimed at consolidating and complementing the activities in Education funded by the Regular Programme budget.
  • Formulate resource mobilization partnerships and strategies with key donors and stakeholders. Play an active role in the preparation of fundraising proposals and strategy documents.
  • Prepare and submit quarterly/yearly work plans of activities and projects per approved project documents.
  • Identify and coordinate policy research activities in Education in Nepal (new emerging and global trends), and contribute to the development of pertinent strategy papers, technical notes, frameworks and documents, articles related to the implementation of the Education 2030 Agenda and its Framework for Action in Nepal.
General Requirements:
  • Advanced university degree (Master’s or equivalent) in education, social sciences or in another related field. A first-level university degree in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.
  • Minimum of 4 years of professional experience in the areas of education, including the planning, implementation and monitoring of education programmes at the national level.
  • Proven experience in programme management, advocacy, resources and partnership mobilization.

  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to demonstrate discretion and maturity of judgment in the execution of duties.
  • Strong knowledge of the education system and relevant education issues of Nepal.
  • Demonstrated ability to operationalize programme concepts. 
  • Good written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships in a multicultural environment with external and internal partners.
  • Ability to take initiative, establish priorities, coordinate and monitor own work plan. Results oriented approach to completing assigned tasks. 
  • Ability to work efficiently under pressure and in a multitasking manner, respecting tight deadlines and delivering on the standards required.
  • Solid computer skills including advanced knowledge of office software such as Word and Excel.

  •  Excellent knowledge (written and spoken) of English and Nepali.

  • Professional experience acquired in the UN System or other international organization, in the field of education.
Good knowledge of the work and general functioning of UNESCO and the UN System.

 UNESCO’s salaries are calculated in Nepalese Rupees and exempt from income tax.  Other benefits include: 30 days annual leave, family allowance, pension plan and medical insurance.
Please note that UNESCO is a non-smoking Organization. More details can be found in the ICSC Website http://icsc.un.org/rootindex.asp

How to Apply:
Interested candidates are requested to send their application including a motivation letter in English and the complete UNESCO CV form, accompanied by a recent passport size photograph and copies of diplomas indicating the  ‘Position Title’ to the following address NOT  LATER  THAN  25 November 2016

UNESCO Representative to Nepal
UNESCO Office in Kathmandu
P.O. Box 14391
Kathmandu, Nepal 

Women candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

UNESCO CV Form can be downloaded from the UNESCO Kathmandu website at
http://www.unesco.org/new/en/kathmandu/about-this-office/single view/news/vacancy_announcement_national_professional_officer_educati/#.WBAz_Y997IU

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Global IME Bank Ltd., a leading "A" class commercial bank is looking for few dynamic, versatile and self motivated candidates for the role ofBranch Managers and Relationship Officers.
Required Qualification: At least Bachelors or Equivalent degree from recognized University with minimum Second Division or CGPA 3.00 and minimum 2 years of experience in Banking sector.
Qualified and interested Nepalese citizens not exceeding 35 years of age are encouraged to submit their application along with recent CV viacareer@gibl.com.np latest by 3rd October 2016.
Short listing criteria shall be as decided by the bank and only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted for further selection process. Position shall be offered based on the performance shown by the candidate in the selection process tests. Candidates canvassing for the jobs at any stages of selection process shall be automatically disqualified.

The Bank reserves the right to reject any or all applications at any stage of selection process without assigning any reason whatsoever.

IT Specialist

USAID-Health for Life Project is seeking “IT Specialist” candidate for the USAID-Health for Life (H4L) Project which is a five-year (2012-2017) project financed by USAID and 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, the Project covers 12 districts in the Mid-Western Development Region; 3 in the Western; one each in the Eastern, Central and Far-Western Regions; and in 10 (Dolakha, Dhading, Gorkha, Kavre, Makwanpur, Nuwakot, Ramechhap, Rasuwa, Sindhuli and Sindhupalchowk) most earthquake affected districts 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. This position will be based in Kathmandu, Nepal.  
  • Manages the use and maintenance of technology required for day to day operational support of H4L.
  • Implementation and maintain Windows Servers, Network infrastructure , ISP consultancy, router, Ethernet switch and PBX phones, Power backup, generators and maintain spare parts and hardware repairs and restoration.
  • Setup, maintain, and support the IT infrastructure and equipment for H4L offices in Kathmandu, Nepalgunj, Dhading, Kavre and Dolakha.
  • Ensures Windows and other software is licensed, patched, maintained and properly usable.
  • Ensures information is backed up and maintained in accordance with RTI standard policies and procedures.
  • Configure and hardware level trouble-shoot of servers,laptops, desktops, printers and other IT equipment’s.
  • Monitoring, reporting and investigation of IT related tasks as requested by RTI home office.
  • Work under the supervision of Operations Manager for daily operations as well as under the supervision of RTI ITS Asia Pacific Regional Support Manager for any technical or compliance matters. 
  • Assist and train IT Assistant for effective and efficient service delivery of IT in day to day office operation.
  • Train H4L staffs to work around newer and older technologies as implemented by RTI in daily use.
  • Perform other duties as required.
Qualifications and Experience:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field.
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience supporting and troubleshooting a wide range of IT Infrastructure systems  (Windows PCs, servers, printers, scanners, backup devices and networks or similar work environment in Nepal)
  • Solid knowledge and understanding of Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and MS Office 2007/MS Office 2010 (including Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point)
  • Having skills and knowledge in developing and maintenance website and database system
  • Demonstrated experience troubleshooting network issues. 
  • Knowledge of Symantec Backup Exec, NAS and disk encryption is considered an asset.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a team.
  • Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills and fluency in English and Nepali.
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@rti.org with ‘IT Specialist’ in the subject line.  Deadline is 4th October 2016;however, applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Telephone inquiry will not be entertained.  

Project Team Leader

Project Team Leader

Nepal Long-term Recovery and Reconstruction Programming


Position: Project Team Leader

Reporting line In Nepal: Country Representative

In Canada: Head Office Project Officer

1. Background:

The 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal on 25 April 2015. CECI Nepal has been responding to the needs in highly affected districts (Sindhupalchok, Lalitpur and Kavrepalanchok) that saw heavy damage to houses, people, livestock and agriculture. CECI has completed relief and early-recovery phase initiatives in those districts and currently anticipating a long-term (3 years) recovery and reconstruction project that will focus on economic growth, livelihood promotion, support to MSMEs and skills development.

2. Mandate:

Reporting to CECI Nepal’s Country Representative and Head Office Project Officer and in coordination with the Head Office Humanitarian Aid Manager, the Project Team Leader will lead the Recovery and Reconstruction project funded by Global Affairs Canada (GAC). The Team Leader will be responsible for the overall management and planning of the project towards achieving expected results.

More specifically, the Project Team Leader is responsible for:

2.1 Planning, Implementation and Management:

Ensure the achievement of project results, through annual programming and budgeting, as per Project Implementation Plan and, CECI-GAC contract.
Supervise and coach project team members including staff recruitment, induction, and performance reviews.
Lead on all operational aspects of project delivery including logistics and procurement activities. Develop and manage agreements with implementing partners Ensure the project’s financial compliance with CECI and GAC procedures and policies.
Manage financial resources of the project and provide financial reports to CECI Regional Financial Unit as per the need.
Collaborate with the Program Development team and support to develop project proposal as required.
2.2 Technical Quality oversight

In collaboration with thematic advisors, ensure that all project interventions meet high quality technical standards for economic recovery programming.
Provide technical assistance and coach staff and partners, on livelihoods and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) promotion, economic growth and skills development as required.
Prepare Terms of References for planned assessments and evaluations.
Ensure all cross-thematic issues such as environment, GESI, Human rights, Governance and sustainability are integrated into all phases of the project cycle.
2.3 Coordination and representation

Actively engage with relevant external stakeholders such as government representatives, international and local NGOs and UN agencies.
Remain abreast of the evolving context at the national and local level and ensure change in project orientation as needed. Manage relations with the media and ensure any published material accurately reflects the views of the organization.
2.4 Monitoring and reporting

Develop a Monitoring and Evaluation system, according to the Result-based Management (RBM) approach, and ensure that quality data is collected and processed in the system in a timely fashion.
Conduct frequent monitoring visits to project field areas to supervise, support and train field level implementers.
Responsible for the development of all project deliverables, including project financial and narrative progress reports, as per CECI and GAC guidelines.
3. Required qualification and experience:

Master’s degree in Development Studies such as agriculture / livelihood, sociology, rural development, economics and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR).
Minimum 5 years project/program management experience in a relevant sector: DRR, livelihoods promotion and Economic recovery/development.
Demonstrated people management and coaching experience.
Knowledge of the Minimum Economic Recovery Standards and DRR approaches.
Excellent writing skills in English required.
Willingness to travel regularly to remote areas in districts highly affected by the earthquake.
4. Duration: Initial for 1 year and extension is possible based on satisfactory performance. (Total project period 3 year)

5.  Salary: CECI offers competitive salaries based on its salary scale.

Interested candidates should apply electronically with their full bio-data by October 5, 2016 in the following address. The candidates must also indicate their expected salary and include in the application the salary history (pay slips or contract papers etc) without which the application will not be considered eligible.

Email address to send the application: cecinepal@ceci.ca

PLEASE NOTE: Only short-listed candidates will be notified for the interview. No telephone inquiries will be entertained with respect to this announcement