Location: Kathmandu, Nepal
Employment Type: Contract
Term: Full time for the duration of the project contract
The Assistant Project Officer – Social Protection will support to the Project Officer- Social Protection for the collection and analysis of information, data and statistics to support projects. The role will be responsible for managing the social protection project supervising and supporting to orphan children and person with disabilities for their education, livelihoods and overall development and managing relationships with partner organizations, sectoral key stakeholders including Local Governments.
- Excellent computer skills including email, internet, MS office and graphic designing,
- Excellent standard of written and spoken Arabic, English and Nepali.
- Collection and analysis of information, data and statistics and project/meeting services to support projects, products and services.
- Collection and analysis of relevant technical and social information to support the delivery of social protection projects,
- Undertakes analysis, provides technical inputs on reports and edits/revises technical documents.
- Participates in the development of improved work methods, tools and systems and updates on database
- Collaborates in the development of training tools and materials and in the organization of workshops/seminars etc.
- Participates in the organization, conduct and capacity building trainings, consultations, production of required materials and assistance to partner organization and stakeholders.
- Frequent visit to the fields and performs other duties
- Bachelor degree in social study, development studies or related fields
- Two years of relevant experience in the field of development with specialization in social protection and child right
- Working knowledge of Arabic, English, and Nepali or any local dialects of Terai region.
- Results Focus, good communication and teamwork
- Child right and protection
- Building effective relationships
- Knowledge sharing and continuous improvement
- Work experience in more than one location or area of work, particularly in field positions is desirable
- Knowledge and experience related to child right and protection, women right and policies and programmes
- Extent and relevance of experience in the preparation, editing and revision of documents and in organizing events and workshops
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams, in complex organizations and ability to deliver quality results while meeting deadlines under shifting priorities
Interested and eligible candidates are requested to submit their interest letter and CV on [email protected] by 21st September 2019 not later than 17:00.
Only shortlisted candidates will be called for the further selection process. QC Nepal reserves the right to reject any/all applications without assigning any reason whatsoever.