Jan Jagaran Youth Club

Learning and Documentation Officer (LDO)

Jan Jagaran Youth Club

Learning and Documentation Officer (LDO)

Jan Jagaran Youth Club (JJYC) is a non-government organization established in Bara in 24th Paush 2054. Since its establishment JJYC Bara is working on Education, Children & women Development, Economic growth & Empowerment, Health, Water, Sanitation & Hygiene, Governance and Social justice and Humanitarian Aid and Resilience community. 

JJYC Bara is implementing EU funded SAHAYATRA project in four districts (Bara, Rautahat, Sarlahi and Parsa) of Province 2 in Nepal under the leadership of VSO Nepal. Main aim of this project is to support on inclusive quality education for marginalized girls & children with disability through resilient, gender-responsive education governance enhanced by CSO engagement. More specifically, the objectives of this project are to “increase inclusive access to quality education and learning for marginalized girls and Children with Disbilities in the COVID and post-COVID context”, “enhance local authorities’ accountability for resilient and gender-responsive education governance”; and “improve civil society influence and engagement in promoting rights to education and advocating for resilient and gender-responsive education governance”. 

The Learning and Documentation Officer (LDO) will support on Preparing all kinds of report (Event, Monthly, Quarterly, Half yearly and Yearly report) along with documentation of success, communication and learning of the project with regular monitoring of activities and ensure the quality delivery.


Jan Jagaran Youth Club (JJYC) is a non-government organization established in Bara in 24th Paush 2054. Since its establishment JJYC Bara is working on Education, Children & women Development, Economic growth & Empowerment, Health, Water, Sanitation & Hygiene, Governance and Social justice and Humanitarian Aid and Resilience community. 

JJYC Bara is implementing EU funded SAHAYATRA project in four districts (Bara, Rautahat, Sarlahi and Parsa) …

Learning and Documentation Officer (LDO)

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Duty Station: Kalaiya Bara with frequently field visits to programme districts

Line Manager: Project Manager

Contract Period: One year (extendable)

Duties and Responsibilities

1. Programme Development, Planning and Implementation.

  • Maintain a set of documentation of meetings/training organized
  • Collection, compilation and production of Case Studies and success stories
  • Collect the updated training manuals, guidelines and others when needed
  • Develop program concept note, proposal and preparing press release 
  • Organizing an archiving system and control the access to documents
  • Working with Project Manager and project team to ensure quality and consistency of documentation practice across the organization.
  • Utilizing storage software and applications for electronic filing.
  • Establish electronic filing system and backup system of the program 
  • Carried out research/survey/assessment activities in the projects 
  • Analysis of survey data/reports and provide guidance for program improvement
  • Enhance Media communication, dissemination, sharing and networking
  • Ensure the collection, sharing and disseminating of the project experiences, learning and good practices 
  • Work closely with other team members and strengthen M&E system
  • Support in organizational development activities 

2. Programme Monitoring and Reporting

  • Monitor implementation of activities through regular field visits and interactions with communities, local government bodies and other stakeholders.
  • Document and disseminate promising approaches, technologies, guidelines and learning of the programme for advocacy and policy development.
  • Compile various reports (monthly, quarterly, bi-annual, annual etc.) and other information 
  • Support to conduct programmatic monitoring, reviews, assessments and evaluation of the programme.

3. Other specific responsibilities as assigned

  • Professionally discharge assignments/ tasks delegated/dispensed by PM/ED.
  • Initiate joint monitoring visits in collaboration with local government and other key stakeholders and feed in program team for the effective implementation of program intervention.

4. Education and Experience 

  • Completed Bachelor/Master’s degree in social science, communication and relevant discipline. 
  • 2 years of working experience of project monitoring toward log frame and reporting.
  • Working experience on the role in education sector will be preferred.
  • Experience working on consortium projects.

5. Language Requirement 

  • Fluency in both spoken and written Nepali and English languages is required. 
  • Knowledge of local language is required.

6. Other Competency Required

  • Good understanding of the socio-economic and political context of Nepal 
  • Knowledge of local laws and compliances 
  • LFA, M&E and reporting skills 
  • Communication and handling of social media 
  • Data Collection and Analysis
  • Good command on computer application including MS Excel, Word, Power Point

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