Human Resources and Organisational Development Manager
ActionAid International Nepal

Human Resources and Organisational Development Manager

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The HROD Manager ensures the implementation of AAIN human resources and organisational development policies, procedures and systems whilst ensuring custodianship of ActionAid Global HROD Framework and Standards and compliance of statutory requirements in Nepal.

Key responsibilities: 

  • Develop effective HROD strategy, policy and systems to support AAIN country strategy and values and ensure its implementation
  • Monitor and review HROD Policy and systems periodically, in line with organisational objectives and wider global HROD framework
  • Ensure effective result-oriented   processes for staff recruitment, orientation and induction  
  • Identify training needs and development opportunities for all staff in coordination with the senior management team, develop training plans and ensure its implementation 
  • Maintain and promote a positive work culture and harmonised work environment
  • Ensure periodic competency mapping of the organization and make clear plan to fulfil the gap. 
  • Work as a custodian of Organisational Development systems, policies and procedures at country level   in line with AAI Global OD Framework 
  • Act as security focal person for AAIN Staff Safety and Security to ensure staff's safety and security. Develop safety and security guidelines, policy and systems and operationalise the same effectively 
  • Facilitate the change management process by working closely with the Senior Management team and Executive Director
  • Ensure that policies and systems are in place to promote work life balance for staff 

Key qualifications and competencies:

  • Master's degree in Management / or other relevant disciplines 
  • A minimum of five years of experience in similar position with clear perspective on Organisational Development and results-based management culture
  • Experience in organisational change management process
  • Experience in developing, implementing and monitoring the compliance of HR system, policies and procedures. Knowledge about labour regulations of the Government of Nepal
  • Ability to demonstrate good judgement, maintain confidentiality and discretion
  • Excellent interpersonal, networking, communication, negotiation and facilitation skills
  • Ability to handle pressures associated with the role.
  • Excellent language skills in English and Nepali including the ability to compose, edit, analyse and report using complex information

This is a Senior Manager position based in Kathmandu, with national and international travel as required. 

Applying Procedure

Candidates are requested to use the application form and job description available at and send the completed application form electronically along with an application letter with names of two referees by 17 September 2018through email: 

AAIN is an equal opportunity organisation which also believes in promoting affirmative action to enable women, Dalitdisabled and ethnic people.

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