Program Director, Program Officer, Admin and Finance Officer in Child Fund Japan 4779 views4 applications

ChildFund Japan is an international non-profit development organization which has a legal entity in Nepal and has been working for children in Sindhupalchowk and Ramechhap districts in partnership with local NGOs. It is looking for a competent Nepalese citizen for the following positions.

  1. Program Director – Core staff, (1) post, Kathmandu based
  • General Objectives of this position:

This position is a head of program section of the Nepal office. Program Director is responsible for strategic direction setting, overall planning, management and implementation of ChildFund program in Nepal, working in collaboration with the partner NGOs. Also responsible for developing and implementing M&E systems for the program, proactively developing capacity of program staff in situation analysis, program monitoring, and building capacity of partner NGOs.

  • Required qualification:
    • At least 3 years working experience as a head of program section in INGO
    • At least 5 years working experience at program management level in INGO/NGO/development agency
    • Master’s degree in Social Science or related discipline
    • Demonstrated capacity in designing, implementation, monitoring and evaluating projects
    • Understanding of international humanitarian standards and guidelines
  1. Program Officer – Core staff, (1) post, Sindhupalchok based
  • General Objectives of this position:

The main objective of this job holder is to conduct project monitoring and provide technical assistance to the partner NGO staff in the planning, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and reporting of the supported project.

  • Required qualification:
  • Bachelor degree in sociology, rural development, or other related fields. Master degree is advantage
  • At least 5 years working experience in programs of INGO/NGO (child / education is advantage)
  • Demonstrated capacity in facilitation, monitoring, and documentation of plan/report
  • Driving license (bike) holder is advantage
  1. Admin and Finance Assistant – Core staff, (1) post, Kathmandu based
  • General Objectives of this position:

The main objective of job holder is to support admin and finance section of the office.

  • Major tasks
    • Receptionist
    • Quotation collection / compilation
    • Purchase office goods
    • Payment of bills (tel/electricity/water, etc)
    • Daily bank business (deposit/withdraw)
    • Travel management (hotel / vehicle booking)
    • Financial/program data encoding
    • Translation (English-Nepalese)
  • Required qualification:
    • Bachelor degree (Business Administration / Studies is advantaged)
    • Driving license (scooter/motor bike) must
    • Working experiences is advantaged
    • Good command in computer operation (word, excel, power point, email, internet)
    • Good command in English and written Nepalese

General Requirement:

  • Willingness to commit to ChildFund vision, mission and core values
  • Have a positive attitude, self-motivated, confident
  • Good communication skills, verbal and written
  • Good interpersonal skills, a team player
  • Fluency in Nepali, other local dialect an advantage
  • Fluency in English language, verbal and written

HOW TO APPLY:

  • Interested applicants may access to https://www.childfund.or.jp/CFJ.zip to download its details and application format. In case of not possible to download the format from the above web page, you may Click on the link below
    DOWNLOAD APPLICATION FROM HERECFJ staff application format (Dec 2016)
  • Filled application form should be submitted to cfjnepal@mail.com.np by 31 January 2017.
  • We will accept only applications in our set-format.
  • Only shortlisted applicants will be notified for interview. Interview can start at phase-wise before 31 January. When the position is fulfilled at the earlier interview, the recruitment of that position will be completed.

No telephone inquiries will be entertained.

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