Organization:INTERNATIONAL NEPAL FELLOWSHIP
INF Nepal aims to bring sustainable improvements in health and quality of life of people and communities. We work to overcome poverty and exclusion by bringing people together to take collective action in their communities. Our community areas of work include community health and development, community-based rehabilitation and anti-human trafficking and disaster resilient & response and climate change and adaptation.
We run three well-equipped hospitals and we endeavour to provide quality care and affordable health services to the people of Nepal. We also run general physical rehabilitation services and medical-surgical outreach in remote parts of Nepal.
We have developed a disaster response and resilience team to respond rapidly and effectively to any emergencies, to work with communities, to help them recover, to become disaster resilience in long term and to prepare for future disasters.
Assistant Project Officer
Vacancy Notice No: CP-EVA-01/ 2077-78
International Nepal Fellowship (INF) Nepal is a Nepali non-government organization serving Nepali people through health and development works mainly in western part of Nepal for more than 67 years. INF Nepal aims to bring sustainable improvements in health and quality of life of people and communities. It works to overcome poverty and exclusion by bringing people together to take collective action in their communities. INF Nepal’s areas of work include community health and community based inclusive development, anti-human trafficking and disaster resilient & response and climate change and adaptation.
INF Nepal Community Programmes is looking for qualified, service oriented and well-motivated Nepali Citizens for the following positions:
Post Title: Assistant Project Officer
Work Location: Martadi, Bajura
Purpose of the Job:
The post holder is responsible to implement the project interventions and to support the project officer in planning, budgeting and reporting. S/he will closely work to the local level government stakeholders and line agencies to bring sustainable changes in the environment and improve the socio-economic status of the project beneficiaries.
Required Qualifications, Skills and Knowledge:
• Intermediate in forestry with minimum 2 years of work experience
• Planning, budgeting reporting, good communication and training facilitation skills
• Good oral and written communication skills, able to communicate and presentations in both English and Nepali
• Proficiency in Excel, Word, and other MS Office, email, internet data analysis
• Willing and able to travel to remote parts of Nepal
Last date to apply: 17th August 2020
HOW TO APPLY
Application should be received by 17th August 2020. Interested INF employee who meets the above criteria can send in their application with detailed curriculum vitae (CV) to [email protected]. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
INF Nepal retains the right to reject some or all applications even after the interview without giving any reason whatsoever. Any effort by the candidates to influence the selection process may result in disqualification.