Country Director
Raleigh International Nepal

Raleigh International is a Sustainable Development charity working in Youth Development; access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH); Livelihood Improvements and Natural Resources Management sectors. We work across the globe providing young people with unique opportunities for personal and professional development. Raleigh International in Nepal implements the project Inspiring Youth Through Active Citizenship since 2016. 

We are looking for Team Leaders (volunteers) to join our Autumn 2019 volunteering programmes:

On our programmes you will be working side by side with local communities and international volunteers in various villages of Gorkha or Makwanpur districts for 12 weeks . Please note: The role is voluntary and unpaid – but you are provided with accommodation, transport, food and medical cover throughout the programme.

Country Director

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Responsible to: Director of Safety & International Operational Support

Responsible for: Country Programmes Manager, Country Operations Manager, Finance & Admin Manager, Project Officers

Location: Kathmandu, Nepal with significant internal countrywide travel including Gorkha, Makwanpur and Dhading districts

Job Role: 

The Country Director provides strategic leadership of Raleigh’s programme in Nepal in accordance with Raleigh’s overarching organizational strategy (2017-2020), the Raleigh Nepal country strategy and relevant policies, processes, and standards.

The Country Director has overall responsibility for the safe delivery of all programmes that are run in country, though the day to day delivery of these programmes are delegated to senior members of the staff team.

Person Specification (Skills and Experience):

Essential:

  • Senior management experience in leading the development, and ensuring the delivery, of programme strategy, in one or more international locations
  • Proven analytical skills and ability to think strategically, including the ability to think beyond the country programme context and to act within a regional and global framework
  • A commitment to the delivery of programmes through youth and through volunteers
  • Ability to manage the development of, and contribute to, the high-level analysis of factors driving youth active citizenship, poverty, marginalisation and vulnerability in developing country contexts, including the ability to 'think politically' by understanding motivations, pressures and challenges faced by different groups of stakeholders especially youth
  • Experience in leading and motivating multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural  teams in the delivery of the programme strategy; a high degree of self- awareness and an understanding of how to drive and support an excellent team (including volunteer staff)
  • Experience of building, developing and managing relationships with partners, government, agencies, private sector organisations, and donors at senior level: locally, regionally and globally
  • Experience of fundraising from diverse institutions especially corporates, both local and international
  • Understanding of managing safety, security and risk within an International NGO context and with young volunteers
  • Awareness of BS 8848:2014
  • Experience of budget management
  • Good level of IT literacy and an understanding of how new developments in technology can positively contribute to the aims of an INGO
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills to motivate, influence, and negotiate
  • Entrepreneurial, with a proven ability to initiate, maintain and develop trust-based relationships – and secure funding
  • Fluent in both written and spoken English

Desirable:

  • Experience of working in Nepal
  • Knowledge of the Nepali language
  • Previous experience either with Raleigh International or a similar organisation
  • Previous experience of delivering community development and/or environmental protection or disaster resilience projects of a similar scale to Raleigh
  • Field logistical experience for multi-site rural operations
  • Experience of working long hours required to achieve the aims and objectives of the role
  • Understanding and experience of managing groups of youth volunteers in remote environments

Other Information: 

  • The holiday entitlement is 25 working days per year, plus 8 public holidays

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Applying Procedure

Interested Applicants can send their CV and Cover Letter to NepalCD@raleighinternational.org by 21st May 2019.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Note: Trying to influence the recruitment process at any stage of the process shall lead to automatic disqualification

RIN reserves all rights to qualify/disqualify applications in any case, All applications will be treated with highest confidentiality

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