Detailed Job description / requirements:
Koshi victim’s Society (KVS) Nepal is a non-governmental, non-profit making social organization established in May 2003 at Rajbiraj, Saptari. It is registered in District Administration Office, Saptari and is affiliated with Social Welfare Council (SWC). KVS has Focused social and economic actions comprising capacity building, sustainable livelihood, environment and natural resource management of community and empowerment for women, youths, children, socially deprived, disabled and excluded KVS-Saptari is seeking application from the qualified Nepali candidates for Enhancing CSOs role as key development partner for climate resilient policies and practices in Saptari.
Position: Project Coordinator (PC)
Number: 1 (One)
Type of the Position: 1-year fixed Term (Project Period) possibilities of extension
Duty Station: Rajbiraj–Saptari with frequent travel to project sites (upstream and downstream Municipalities).
Enhancing CSOs role as key development partners in province no 2 with OXFAM Nepal. He/She will be responsible to manages implementation of all activities; supports, assists, and advises project staff on activity delivery; follow-up and regularly monitors activities, result and staff and prepares reports. He/she should develop the relationship with municipality ward CSOs and CBOs for ensuring better implementation, monitoring and achieving quality results. She/he ensures the better coordination and communication among the community, municipalities, local and district line agencies and KVS board. These are some of illustrative major roles and responsibilities:
Major roles and responsibilities:
- Provide direction to the program, Take lead for coordination and communication with community, municipalities, district line agencies and government stakeholders.
- Establish strong coordination and linkage with municipality and like minded organizations, CSOs and CBO and local communities in upstream and downstream communities.
- Ensure on timely project implementation, monitoring and prepare periodic reports; and ensure the timely submission of narrative and financial report
- Closely work with KVS team to ensure the timely implementation of project activities with collection of success story
- Develop monthly action plan, M&E plan and budget; collect all necessary data, case studies, photos and others as required from the field.
- Support to assist baseline, endline, final evaluation
- Conduct regular dialogue between communities, CSOs, school children and like minded agencies working for Disaster Risk Reduction, and climate change adaptation.
- Develop relationship with forest office, floriculture entrepreneur, social conservation office for technical support on identification of plant and plantation.
- Develop smooth relationship with agriculture Officer, agrovet and local technician to promote climate resilient agriculture practices.
Qualification and Experience Requirement:
- Should have master’s degree (Three years of work experience) or Bachelor (Five years of work experience) in environmental sciences/Forestry /disaster management / social science/agriculture/ natural resource management/Engineering.
- At least three years of experiences with NGO/INGO sector in the field of Climate Change Adaptation, Risk Reduction, Resilience, WASH and Agriculture
- Strong skills in coordination, networking and communication with government and concerned stakeholders
- Strong report writing and communication skills in English and Nepali,
- Should have fluent speak in Nepali, English, and Maithali local language
- Should have motorbike driving license.
- Able to frequently travel in field sites
- Previous experiences on Climate change issues, flood resilience, early warning and livelihoods would also added value
- Good sense of humor and a team player
Interested candidates are requested to apply to the position through email: firstname.lastname@example.org by 28 September 2020. No phone call will be entertained. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified for further selection process.
(Candidates from Female, Dalit, indigenous and excluded group are highly encouraged)