Programme Support Officer
Street Child is an international charity based in the United Kingdom that aims to create avenues for out of-school children to access education through an integrated approach that strengthens the capacity of teachers, schools and communities to sustain their investment in the education for their children. Following the devastating earthquakes in April and May 2015 that left more than 1 million children out of school and destroyed or damaged over 50,000 classrooms, Street Child UK expanded its operations into Nepal to assist local partners to re-establish education in some of the countryâ€™s worst affected communities. With the support of DFID, it is now implementing an education and livelihood program targeting marginalized girls in Dhanusha, Mahottari, Siraha, Saptari and Sunsari districts.
Detailed Job description / requirements:
Position: Programme Support Officer
No of Position: One (1)
Reports To: Programmes Manager/ Growth and Strategy Manager
Working Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Salary Range: NPR 754,000.00 – 975,000.00 gross annually
Objective/Purpose of the Position:
We are seeking for a dynamic and motivated Officer who, under the supervision of senior team members, will assist in developing, planning managing and implementing Street Child’s programmes. They will be responsible for streamlining and coordinating across projects to ensure high quality programme delivery and comprehensive risk management.
- Consistent cross-team liaison, in close consultation with the Programmes Manager/ Growth and Strategy Manager, for effective day-to-day project implementation;
- Oversee, monitor and assess smaller-scale projects;
- Work with the Programmes Manager/ Growth and Strategy Manager to oversee staff training and other related activities;
- Assist with report writing for internal and external audiences accurately demonstrating the impact of Street Child’s work;
- Identify and support opportunities for funding and scaling of current interventions; and
- Manage volunteers, adequately mobilising human resource to achieve set programmatic targets within given timeframe.
- Consistently report on effectiveness of project interventions, making informed recommendations that can be basis for adaptations; and
- Support with inception, mid-term and completion reports including incorporation of representative case studies from the field;
Protection and compliance:
- Ensure Street Child’s safeguarding and child protection standards are adhered to across all projects and that any incidence of breach is immediately reported through appropriate channels and followed up.
- Work across teams to ensure best results for the projects as well as the organisation.
Qualifications and skills:
- Bachelor’s degree in Project Management, Social Sciences, Social Work and or relevant discipline;
- Demonstrated minimum of 2 years’ experience in international development, in same or similar role
- Good understanding of education concepts and issues in the development context;
- Fluency in Nepali and English;
- Demonstrable experience of using Microsoft office (MS word, MS excel, Power Point etc)
- Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work well in a team;
- Capable of taking initiative and working confidently with minimum guidance;
- Excellent organisational skills including the ability to manage numerous tasks concurrently, use initiative, establish priority to work to tight or competing deadlines;
- Adaptable, flexible and open-minded towards innovative approaches to all aspects of programme management and delivery; and
- Accountable towards the role responsibilities and deliverables, demonstrating high efficiency at work while adhering to the core values of Street Child of Nepal.
- Master’s degree or equivalent preferred;
- Prior experience on project management or delivery;
- Demonstrable experience in training, facilitation, coaching and supervision;
- Knowledge of educational assessment and evaluation;
- Experience in staff management will be an added advantage;
If you are a self-motivated individual, who also believes in the mission and vision of this organization and meet the above mentioned skills and qualifications please send your updated CV with three (3) references and a cover letter explaining why you believe you qualify for this job at email@example.com not later than 04 October 2019. The subject should clearly mention, “Application for Programme Support Officer.”
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted-please do not contact us directly. Telephone inquiries will not be entertained. Canvassing at any stage of the recruitment process will lead to automatic disqualification of the application.
Street Child of Nepal is an equal opportunity employer. Female candidates and candidates form local areas/district, minority community, groups and caste are highly encouraged to apply.
We are committed to the safeguarding and protection of children in our work and all employment offers are subject to satisfactory reference checks.