Field Program Officer

Himalayan Community Resource Development Centre (HCRDC), Kalikot is an independent, non governmental, non for profit making, equal opportunity organization founded with the prime aim of socio-economic development of pro-poor and women, marginalized and excluded groups and communities in the district and the nation as a whole. It is being run and promoted by well qualified, experienced, adroit and highly devoted members from different backgrounds promising to develop the rural areas and population through maximum utilization of locally available resources. Indeed, it is the platform for likeminded people who have their interest on rural development. 

The practice of resource development and promotion is possible only through heartily and meaningful participation of community itself and sustainable social and resource development won’t be accomplished unless the community rights are taken as their fundamental rights. Similarly, social justice cannot be delivered as well. Realizing this bitter reality of this area, a group of youths having the relevant experiences and believes that every philosophy comes across, formed this organization with the collective efforts. The organization HCRDC has been registered at District Administration Office, Kalikot in 2060/02/15 B.S. and affiliated with Social welfare Council, Kathmandu in same year.

Since its establishment , it has  been involving in various aspects of community development activities such as Agriculture, Livestock, Environment, Water Supply and Sanitation, Rural Development, Skills Enhancement Trainings, Community Based Participatory Development, Income Generation & Income generation based Infrastructure Development, Capacity Building, Social Mobilization, Awareness Building, Tourism Promotion, Health, Nutrition,  and good governance promotion Sectors. The organization has given a special emphasis to uplift the socio-economic conditions of the disadvantaged and marginalized people residing in rural settings of the district and the country. HCRDCaspires in achieving its goal through practical implementation of various rural development programs and carrying out researches.

Vision:

Ensure self-reliant and inclusive society for the prosperous and sustainable development of Nepal.

Mission:

Improve the quality of life of the poor, oppressed and marginalized section of the rural society by encouraging and responding to their self-initiatives.

Goals :

To increase access to basic needs; improving socio-economic status and livelihoods of the targeted community.

Himalayan Community Resource Development Centre (HCRDC), Kalikot is an independent, non governmental, non for profit making, equal opportunity organization founded with the prime aim of socio-economic development of pro-poor and women, marginalized and excluded groups and communities in the district and the nation as a whole. It is being run and promoted by well qualified, experienced, adroit and highly devoted members from different backgrounds …

Field Program Officer

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Himalayan Community Resource Development Centre (HCRDC) is an independent, non-governmental, non for profit making, equal opportunity organization founded with the prime aim of socio-economic development of pro-poor and women, marginalized and excluded groups and communities in the district. Since its establishment in 2003, it has given a special emphasis to uplift the socio-economic conditions of the disadvantaged and marginalized people residing in rural settings of the district and the country. HCRDC aspires in achieving its goal through practical implementation of various rural development programs and carrying out researches.

Now, HCRDC is implementing “Community-based Red Panda Conservation in Nepal” in Mahawai Rural Municipality and Shubhakalika Rural Municipality of Kalikot district in partnership with Red Panda Network (RPN) from 2018. The detail of the project can be found in the links @redpandanetwork.org/. The project has four major thematic areas viz., Research and Monitoring, Education and Outreach, Habitat Management and Sustainable Livelihood Promotion.

The organization is seeking for highly motivated, competent and dedicated applicants for Kalikot based position for a Community-based Red Panda Conservation in Nepal.

Job Level: Mid-Level
No. of Vacancy/s: [ 1 ]
Employment Type: Full Time
Job Location: HCRDC, Kalikot with frequent field visits as needed.
Offered Salary: NRs. 30,000.00 - 35,000.00 Monthly
Contract Period: One year from the date of recruitment
Apply Before (Deadline): April 18, 2024 23:55 (1 week)

Qualification

  • Diploma in Forestry with minimum of 2-years of experience and preferably. Bachelor’s degree in Forestry/Environmental Science, or a related field with prior field-based work experience of 1 year and sound knowledge in natural resource management, biodiversity conservation, and livelihood programs.
  • Good verbal and written communication in Nepali and English.
  • Good in handling MS Office packages (Ms. Word, Excel, PowerPoint), and email Google Workspace.
  • Skillful in searching for information on the internet, operating social media, and making news, blogs, and activity reports when needed.
  • Strong communication, coordination, and team-building skills.
  • Having experience or interest in working in the community level and conservation sector.
  • Ability to work in a team and frequently travel and work in remote areas and adverse field conditions for multiple months.
  • Able to generate project ideas from the learnings in the field.

Job Description

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Implement activities in the field and coordinate with the relevant stakeholders for its effective implementation according to the work plan under the supervision of Program Officer.
  • Produce annual and periodic reports for the projects and submit them to the relevant agencies (such as admin, board, partners, government agencies, etc.).
  • Track and report issues and challenges faced during program implementation.
  • Coordinate and communicate with relevant government offices (Division Forest Office, District Coordination Committee, Community Forest User Groups, local councils, etc.) and local representatives, and/or the program staff as appropriate, to maintain relationships and collaboration to implement programs.
  • Timely submission of reports, minutes, photographs, field notes, and data after the completion of each activity.
  • Preparation of reports on outputs and outcomes, drafting letters, presentations, work plans, and strategies as required.
  • Collect reports, evidence, data, stories, news, and case studies related to the project implementation, its progress, and results.
  • Monitor the project activities and ensure timely completion and follow-ups.
  • Attend workshops and field visits as per requirements.
  • Great organizational and time management skills.

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