Project Coordinator (PC)
Everest Club was established in 1993 as a non-profit organization and registered at District Administration Office Dailekh and focused on improving socio-economic status of marginalized people. Everest Club (EC), Dailekh is working in the area of renewal WASH promotion, hygiene behavior change coalition, income generation, health and nutrition, adolescent sexual reproductive health, violence against women and girls, policy based advocacy, income generation, entrepreneurship development, Marketing and networking. It works on the basis that water and sanitation are human rights, and are essential services vital for health, nutrition, education and livelihoods. Everest Club is working as local partner of SNV Nepal for implementation of the DFAT Australia’s Water for Women Fund supported - Beyond the Finish Line (BFL) - Inclusive and Sustainable Rural Water Supply Services project in four Rural Municipalities of Dailekh. In addition to BFL projects regular planned interventions, SNV and EC aim to support Health Facilities (HFs) in order to address COVID-19 related challenges, by supporting infection prevention in all the HFs in one target RM in line with DFAT COVID 19 priorities. This includes improving capacity and facilities for both WASH infrastructure and infection prevention practices. The project complements the Beyond the Finish Line’s objective to improve access to water supply, handwashing with soap and menstrual hygiene management, by adding further focus on HFs and COVID-19 prevention, and to develop the capacity of RMs for WASH in HFs. Everest Club (EC), Dailekh invites applications for the following position.
Detailed Job description / requirements:
Published Date: -18th July, 2021
Everest Club is a non-profit and non-government organization. It was established and registered in 1993 AD under the District Administration Office also affiliated with Social Welfare Council, Kathmandu. The organization is dedicated to holistic and integrated development based on a harmonious balance of socio-culture, material and organization trusted on teamwork and development through community mobilization.
Everest Club is going to implement the “LEARNING NEVER STOPS: Helping Children to Keep Learning at Home and to Return to School Safely” project in Chamunda Bindrasaini Municipality of Dailekh District in partnership with Save the Children. The project aims to improve and support the children from the most deprived and marginalized families of working area have continued access to quality education during periods of school closure and as schools reopen. This project will reach around 11000 children and adult in program municipality. Everest Club, Dailekh seeks eligible and interested citizens to apply for the following post.
Job Title: Project Coordinator (PC) (1 position based at Chamundabindrasaini Municipality, Dailekh)
This position is key for implementing LEARNING NEVER STOPS: Helping Children to Keep Learning at Home and to Return to School Safely activities in Chamundabindrasaini municipality. The PC is responsible for overall management, planning, implementation, monitoring, and reporting of LEARNING NEVER STOPS activities in the project area. This position holder will work in close collaboration with Chamundabindrasaini municipality. In addition, s/he will work as a budget holder of the project and manage logistics, finance, ensures MEAL approach, and human resources under the project. In the aspect of implementation, s/he will provide technical support to the field level staff and ensure 40% field visit and coaching to the project officers, education.
Key Qualification and Skills:
Project Coordinator of this project is required to have a Masters's degree of with at least three-years’ experience in project management. S/he is required to have sound knowledge of project management skills. S/he is expected to maintain effective documentation and reporting mechanisms both in Nepali and English. S/he also must be equipped in preparing contextual and relevant reports, case studies, proposals and overall writing skills (Both Nepali and English). PC must have excellent computer skills MS- word, Excel, PowerPoints and data analysis. S/he should be able to manage the human resource and have effective coordination skill across the various stakeholders of the local level and district.
Interested candidates are encouraged to apply with their current CV and application letter to the email address email@example.com addressing to The Human Resource Department, Everest Club or submit the hard copy to Everest Club District Office, Narayan Municipality-1, Naya Bazar, Dailekh by 22nd July 2021,5 pm. GSI group include Female, Dalit, People with Disabilities and other indigenous/minorities are highly encouraged to apply. The post holder is required to carry out the duties in accordance with the Everest Cluband Save the Childrenpolicies and procedures.
Please indicate the position title while applying application. Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the further selection process. Canvassing at any stage of the processes shall lead to automatic disqualification.