Learning and Knowledge Management Specialist (One)

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Basic Job Information

Job Category: NGO / INGO / Social work
Job Level: mid
No. of Vacancy/s: [ 1 ]
Offered Salary: None
Apply Before(Deadline): Mar. 27, 2016 00:00 (1 year, 6 months ago)

Job Specification

Education Level: Bachelor
Experience Required: Not Required
Other Specification

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Job Description

Work Purpose: To create and develop more effective learning and knowledge management systems in WVIN, enabling WVIN to become an effective learning organisation. This concentrates on how individual staff learn from their work, looking at what is successful and what is not; how this is analysed and turned into organisational rather than individual knowledge; and how this is shared across the organisation. Key aspects of this include: developing a more systematic approach to identifying and capturing learnings; developing more effective ways of sharing, learning and turning it into new practice; managing WVIN’s programme information systems, specifically the Horizon, and ensuring other staff know how to use this effectively.

Minimum Qualifications and Experience Required:

  • Bachelor’s Degree (preferably Master’s) in Political/Social Science/Development Studies/Social Work/Education, or relevant subject from recognised university with at least three years’ work experience in research with action learning components and four years working in community-led development work in NGOs/INGOs
  • Strong research skills and relevant research experience 
  • Knowledge of creative approaches to learning
  • Previous experience working on knowledge management systems
  • Strong understanding of community-led development work
  • Strong interpersonal skills, with ability and commitment to listen to others
  • Good report writing skills; with fluency in Nepali and English – both oral and written 
  • Innovative and creative to have fun and meaningful activities for children
  • Competent in using MS Word, MS Excel and PowerPoint presentation
  • Ability to operate effectively and sensitively in the cultural context of Nepal
  • Willingness to commit to World Vision ethos, vision, mission and core values
  • Self-motivated, confident, independent, creative with strong analytical and interpersonal skills 
  • Positive learning attitude and concern for the poor and vulnerable people

TO APPLY,

Candidates fulfilling the criteria mentioned above may send in their complete ‘Curriculum Vitae (CV) with statement of purpose” by 27 March 2016 before 17:00 hours to the address mentioned below:

World Vision International Nepal
People & Culture Department
Email: NPL-Vacancy@wvi.org
Only short-listed candidates will be called for the subsequent selection procedure.
WVIN reserves all rights to qualify/disqualify applications in any case

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