Job in Save the Children – MEAL Manager, WASH Manager, Health Advisor ! (6541 views)

Kathmandu
March 13, 2018

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Organization: Save the Children

Save the Children believes every child deserves a future. In Nepal and around the world, we give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. We do whatever it takes for children – every day and in times of crisis – transforming their lives and the future we share. Save the Children invites applications from the interested and eligible candidates, who are reliable, accountable, have the ability to deliver results with the highest level of integrity and who value diversity, for the following position(s):

MEAL Manager

GRADE: 2

TEAM/PROGRAMME: PDQ

LOCATION: Kathmandu

CONTRACT LENGTH: National Contract

CHILD SAFEGUARDING:Level 3 – The responsibilities of the post may require the post holder to have regular contact with or access to children or young people.

ROLE PURPOSE:

Save the Children is the leading independent organization for children. We save children’s lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfill their potential. We work together, with our partners from civil societies and government, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.
The primary objective of the post holder is to provide overall leadership for the effective implementation of Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) within the organization. The MEAL Manager will lead the MEAL team and provide high quality technical support for program design, strategic planning, capacity building of program staff in monitoring and evaluation, setting up and managing program quality monitoring and accountability systems. The MEAL Manager will be responsible for coordinating the country office participation in national, regional and global initiatives on design, monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning and bring new ideas and knowledge for continuous improvement of the MEAL system in Nepal/Bhutan.

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:

PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN (20%)

• Catalyze MEAL engagement in all new program and proposal design processes, including humanitarian response.
• Ensure consistent MEAL methodology and quality assurance across thematic programs .
STRATEGIC DIRECTION (15%)

• Provide technical support in conducting situation analysis, mainly in designing study methodologies, tools and sampling strategies.
• With thematic advisors, ensure that all programs have effective MEAL practices throughout the program cycle• Provide technical support for developing, reviewing and updating country strategic plan (CSP).
• Participate actively in the Country Annual Planning and Country Annual Reporting, providing oversight and compiling reports (e.g. total reach, global outcome indicators, etc.).
• Identify needs and opportunities for potential programs, through situation analyses/feasibility studies, networking, and leveraging research and evaluation findings from both internal and external sources.
• Provide thought leadership and links with SCI’s regional and global MEAL initiatives
*Significant level of effort anticipated in 2018 due to SCI’s strategic planning cycle.

MONITORING, EVALUATION, ACCOUNTABILITY, AND LEARNING (MEAL) (30%)

Monitoring

• Provide technical support in developing Monitoring and Evaluation Plan for program and projects.
• Provide technical support in conducting baseline studies mainly on methodologies, tools and sampling strategies.
• Provide technical support on collecting data and managing reporting requirements on Total Reach, Global outcome indicators, evaluation overview etc.
• Provide technical support to clarify OPMIS indicators for different thematic areas
Accountability
• Ensure that MEAL staff and other program staff at Kathmandu level and regional levels have clear understanding on program accountability to children and communities through training and coaching.
• Ensure that complaint handling and response mechanisms are functioning at the program implementation and central levels.
• Provide follow-up and support for the investigation of serious complaints and feedback as and when needed as per the established protocol.
• Ensure that MEAL team conduct monitoring visits in the program areas as per the agreed plan and monitor the quality of program interventions against the minimum standards; and produce and share high quality MEAL reports on regular basis to relevant people in line with the standard protocols.
• Ensure that periodic MEAL reports are shared and debriefed at different levels, action plans for addressing the quality gaps are developed and followed up.

Evaluation and Learning

• Take lead in conducting/facilitating strategic program and government evaluations.
• Provide technical support for conducting mid-term as well as final project evaluations as per the requirement. This includes reviewing evaluation ToRs, developing methodologies, sampling strategy in line with the SCI evaluation standards.
• Promote cross-thematic and cross-program learning.

MANAGEMENT (15%)

• Provide management and technical leadership to the decentralized MEAL team. Ensure clear understanding of roles, functions and responsibilities within the MEAL team in Kathmandu and in the field.
• Explore opportunities and ensure that MEAL team members access appropriate capacity building and development opportunities
• Using the SCI performance management system, ensure that the performance appraisals are conducted in a timely manner for the MEAL team and are supported in their personal development.
• Develop budget for MEAL function, ensure that MEAL budget provisions are adequately incorporated in project proposals as per SCI’s key performance indicator (KPI) standards.
• Develop the MEAL DIP and follow up to ensure that MEAL activities are carried out as per the agreed plan and budget.
• In consultation with PDQ Director, develop/revise the MEAL structure according to need and ensure high quality recruitment of MEAL team.

CAPACITY BUILDING (10%)

• Build and nurture a MEAL community of practice to foster technical knowledge and growth within the MEAL team, PDQ team, and project teams
• In coordination with POD, provide on-going and one-off technical MEAL support and advice to programs and partners as needed. May include orienting other COs and other NGOs to SCI’s accountability practices.
• Ensure that core MEAL training modules and approaches are rolled out effectively and with fidelity to MEAL staff and partners, e.g. conducting situation analysis, developing logframes and M&E plans, designing baseline and operational research, conducting total reach analysis, tracking global indicators, etc.

COORDINATION AND REPRESENTATION (10%)

• Liaise with MEAL focal persons from SCI (region and center), SC members for sharing, learning and updates on new developments on MEAL and related requirements.
• Identify relevant technical assistance providers and pull technical assistance as needed for strengthening MEAL system in Nepal/Bhutan.
• Represent country office participation in national, regional and global MEAL initiatives as needed.

SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice)

Accountability:

• Holds self-accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
• Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities – giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved

Ambition:

• Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves and their team, takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages others to do the same
• Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
• Future orientated, thinks strategically.

Collaboration:

• Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, Members and external partners and supporters
• Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
• Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to

Creativity:

• Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
• Willing to take disciplined risks

Integrity:

• Honest, encourages openness and transparency

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

• Master’s degree in Economics, Development Studies, Statistics or related Social Sciences
• Minimum 7 years’ experience in leading, developing and managing M&E systems for large scale, complex, multi sectoral programmes.
• High level of technical skills, knowledge and experiences on strategic planning, program design using various logical modules including log-frames, result framework etc.
• Have knowledge, experiences and conceptual understanding on accountability, especially to communities and beneficiaries.
• Previous experience in leading teams and building M&E team capacity (developing training tools, training, coaching and mentoring)
• Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a multi-cultural settings with a wide variety of stakeholders.
• Ability to analyze information, evaluate options and to think and plan strategically.
• Excellent interpersonal, communication and representation skills.
• Ability to present complex information in a understandable manner, and to use innovative forms of communication
• Fluency in written and spoken Nepali and English languages.
• Commitment to and understanding of Save the Children’s aims, values and principles.
• Ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally.




WASH Manager

GRADE: 2

TEAM/PROGRAMME: Health and Nutrition/WASH

LOCATION: Kathmandu with at least 60% time in the working districts

CONTRACT LENGTH: Fixed-term grant

CHILD SAFEGUARDING: Level 3: the post holder will have contact with children and/or young people either frequently (e.g. once a week or more) or intensively (e.g. four days in one month or more or overnight) because they work country programs; or are visiting country programs; or because they are responsible for implementing the police checking/vetting process staff.

ROLE PURPOSE:

Save the Children is the leading independent organization for children. We save children’s lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfil their potential. We work together, with our partners from civil societies and government, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives. We reach approximately two million population and invest over 30 million US dollars annually to reach more children than ever before, through programmes in Health and Nutrition, Education, Child Rights and Governance and Child Protection, Child Poverty, HIV and AIDS, and Humanitarian.
As a dual mandate organization; Save the Children Nepal Country Office is implementing both humanitarian and development WASH projects in different area of the country. Currently two WASH projects are being implemented. 1. Post-Earthquake Reconstruction in Nepal funded by DFID with partnership with Mott Macdonald. The project is operating at Nuwakot and Rasuwa district with aim to provide sustainable access to water supply and sanitation facilities along with improve hygienic behaviour of the earthquake affected population at Nuwakot and Rasuwa districts. 2. Flood Recovery project funded by ECHO. This project is implementing at Banke district with aim to support the recovery flood affected beneficiaries through Water supply, sanitation and hygiene activities. In this context, SC is seeking to recruit dedicated and qualified candidates as the fixed-term WASH Manager with technical and managerial expertise to develop concept and proposal, ensure quality implementation and providing strategic inputs to Country Ooffice.
The position will involve provision of managerial and technical support as well as identification of appropriate intervention strategies and methodologies to achieve greater impact to children in Nepal, contributing to the global objectives of Save the Children International. The post is also responsible to ensure mainstreaming DRR and GESI into WASH and health programme/projects. This post is also expected to support fundraising efforts and fulfil donor reporting and liaison requirements. The WASH Manager is expected to work closely with the thematic team of Save the Children, implementing partners and to lead on sectoral assessment, proposal development, project planning, coordination, procurement and resource management meeting the desire quality. This position require extensive field/site visit and worked closely with the SC field offices and implementing partners from planning onwards to implementation and further operation and management of intervention carried on the project. This position is expected to identify the capacity gap of the WASH team and deliver series of capacity enhancement training/orientation to SC and partners WASH team. This position need to establish and maintain good coordination and collaboration with the consortium partners, government line agencies particularly with Department of Water Supply and Sewerage (DWSS), Ministry of water supply and sanitation, Gaunpalikas/Municipality, Water Supply and Sanitation Division office (WSSDO), National Reconstruction Authority (NRA), and WASH agencies at National, Provincial and district level. Further the position holder is expected to work with humanitarian team for WASH preparedness and response in upcoming disaster in the country.

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:

Programme Support: 60%

• Responsible for management of the overall WASH programme and ensure efficient, effective and quality delivery of activities, including budget planning and tracking, forecasting and HR management
• Ensure that the WASH programme is implemented in a consultative, participative, transparent, and gender sensitive way.
• Develop WASH sector operation, implementation, response plan, and contribute to Save the Children’s overall response strategy.
• Provide technical checking of Water and Sanitation engineering designs and hygiene promotion programmes as necessary, and proactively promotes high quality WASH technical approaches within country programmes.
• Coordinate with different program/project units; exchange the good practices and implement complimentary action at the project area to scale up the outcomes.
• Promote community participation in project implementation including disaster affected children and their families.
• Work closely with Program Operation Director for the development of a health, Nutrition, HIV and WASH country programme with strong synergies between the different elements.
• Prepare/finalize timely programme and donor reports on project activities in compliance with internal SC requirements and any relevant external donor requirements.
• Identify WASH programme supplies needs and coordinate with the logistics team to put in place a sensible phased procurement plan.
• Ensure implementation of an M & E plan for your projects, linking to donor reporting requirements, and capacity build technical field staff in carrying out M&E activities.
• Put into place accountability activities for your project, ensuring that feedback from children and their families is considered.
Programme Development and Quality: 15%
• Lead WASH aspects of technical assessments in coordination with other SC thematic areas and/or other external sector agencies, ensuring assessment findings are documented and that all assessments include a specific analysis of children’s needs.
• Work with Health and Nutrition Advisor / PDQ Director to develop project plans and budgets, contributing towards an overall thematic programme plan and master budget.
• Design WASH programme activities, infrastructure designs and hygiene promotion activities which contribute to WASH, health, nutrition, education and livelihood outcomes for children.
• Working closely with Health and Nutrition Advisor / PDQ Director, support fundraising for the WASH sector, including development of high quality concept notes and proposals, and engagement with donors’ technical advisors.

Capacity Building: 10%

• Identify the capacity gap of WASH and Health, Nutrition team of SCI on development and humanitarian WASH and facilitate the orientation/training to needed staffs for effective program implementation
• Identify learning and training opportunities for SCI staff and partners and work as a mentor and role model for less experienced staff.
• Oversee development of technical training material that will improve aspects of WASH work within SCI, at country level.

Representation & Advocacy & Organisational Learning: 10%

• Ensure that SCI’s work is coordinated with efforts of other agencies and Government, and take a leadership role within Interagency Coordination forums, such as the WASH cluster, WASH working group and technical expert group ensuring the specific needs of children are being addressed.
• Take steps to document lessons learned, from WASH and related WASH of Health, Nutrition programmes, for wider dissemination.
• In collaboration with senior programme staff, assist in advocacy activities that target decision-makers at all levels.
• Establish and maintain coordination with WASH team of members, HQ and Regional’s WASH technical team. Seek technical advice as per requirement of country office program.
• In collaboration with the HQ and Regional technical teams, feed in learning, experiences and evidence to relevant global advocacy objectives.
• To identify opportunities and material to contribute to WASH communications and media work, acting as a spokesperson when required.
General: 5%
• Deliver high quality results in line with the current proposals and SCI country strategy.
• Comply with SCI policies and practice with respect to child protection, code of conduct, health and safety, equal opportunities and other relevant policies and procedures.
• Help be responsible for the security of all staff. Ensure that the security, health and well-being of staff are ensured and staff management and other processes and policies and systems reflect SC’s principles of equity and fairness.
• Ensure that the minimum standards of humanitarian relief are maintained in accordance with the Sphere Charter and Red Cross Code of Conduct.
• To perform such other responsibilities as agreed with line management

SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice)

Accountability:

• Ensures beneficiary and partner feedback is incorporated into programme design, planning and learning
• Actively manages risk and takes action to reduce risk
• Makes changes to improve performance as a result of information received
• Documents lessons learned and applies them to future projects
• Demonstrates an understanding of wider UN/NGO security coordination and how the organisation can benefit from, and contribute to, those mechanisms
• Undertakes effective risk assessments and develops contingency plans
• Takes appropriate, coordinated and consistent action to handle situations of personal risk and risk for others
• Gives constructive feedback to enhance capabilities and responsibilities to another for the purpose of his/her development
• Works to ensure that the workplace is inclusive and the talents of individuals are harnessed to achieve business success

Ambition:

• Builds own awareness of the bigger global picture by using a broad range of sources to gather data
• Demonstrates managerial courage by confronting difficult situations and seeking resolution, and stating willingness to champion ideas
• Openly talks about doing things differently, pushing the boundaries and ways of working

Collaboration:

• Actively engages in disaster coordination mechanisms and interagency cooperation
• Develops strategies for teams to work across traditional boundaries, working in diverse environments
• Establishes clear objectives with teams and individuals and monitors progress and performance
• Fosters collaborative, transparent and accountable relationships through partners
• Uses negotiation and conflict resolution skills to support positive outcomes
• Helps team members to practise stress management through prioritisation of workloads and modelling of appropriate self-care
• Demonstrates approachability and trust by listening carefully to others and valuing their contribution, and making others feel comfortable by being open and honest about their thoughts and feelings
• Demonstrates self-development and management by taking responsibility for own development, and actively seeking out feedback to better understand their own strengths and weaknesses

Creativity:

• Demonstrates flexibility to adapt plans and make decisions in rapidly changing environments
• Able to assess and analyse key issues in the humanitarian situation and formulate actions around them
• Leads on the development of an organisational response based on an understanding of the contexts

Integrity:

• Remains focused on the objectives and goals in a rapidly changing environment
• Remains effective and retains perspective in the face of difficult or demanding situations

QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

Essential

• Master’s degree in Water Engineering, Water Resource Management, Civil Engineering, Public Health, or related subjects
• Minimum of 7 years of working experience in WASH sector, including 3 years of experience in WASH project management/advisory role at national level in a humanitarian or development context
• Previous experience of managing a WASH team at national level
• Previous experience of WASH project management and programme coordination, implementing WASH programmes within donor constraints, on time and within budget
• Experience of and commitment to working through systems of community participation and accountability
• Demonstrated monitoring and evaluation skills
• Proven capacity to supervise, train and coach staff in WASH technical skills
• Experience of representation and ability to represent SC effectively in external forums
• Experience of preparing successful funding proposals for donors
• Ability to write clear and well-argued assessment and project reports
• Excellent communication skills
• Strong influencing skills and experience in advocacy
• Politically and culturally sensitive with qualities of patience, tact and diplomacy
• Fluent in written and spoken English
• The capacity and willingness to be extremely flexible for field visit and accommodating in difficult circumstances.
• Commitment to the aims and principles of SCI. In particular, a good understanding of the SCI mandate and child focus and an ability to ensure this continues to underpin our support

Desirable:

• Experience of working with Implementing partners
• Experience of coordination and collaboration with National level government stakeholders




Health Advisor

GRADE: 2+

TEAM/PROGRAMME: Program Development and Quality (PDQ)

LOCATION: Kathmandu, Nepal

CONTRACT LENGTH: TBD

CHILD SAFEGUARDING: LEVEL 2: either the post holder will have access to personal data about children and/or young people as part of their work; or the post holder will be working in a ‘regulated’ position (accountant, barrister, solicitor, legal executive); therefore a police check will be required (at ‘standard’ level in the UK or equivalent in other countries).
ROLE PURPOSE: The Health Advisor is the technical lead for Save the Children in Nepal/Bhutan’s work in the Health (including Nutrition, HIV AIDS and WASH) sector, consisting technical areas primarily focusing new-born health, child health, maternal health, nutrition, adolescent health, sexual and reproductive health, family planning, HIV AIDS, health system strengthening, water supply and sanitation programming. The Advisor plays a lead role in setting the strategic direction for the health sector, designing new programs and projects, and identifying and pursing strategic partnerships. S/he is responsible for ensuring program quality and program learning for a range of projects and advises field-based technical staff. S/he plays a senior representational and advocacy role with the Government of Nepal, donors, and key national and international stakeholders, and works on a regular basis with SC members and internal stakeholders to maximize program delivery. The Advisor ensures that program learning, research and evaluation findings are channelled towards advocacy, continuous improvements, and new program design.

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:

Program Development and Design (30% LOE)

• Identify and pursue opportunities for synergistic, inter-sectoral programs to address the holistic needs of children, especially the most deprived.
• Work with Save the Children technical and awards staff to develop funding strategies and proposals to expand the health portfolio in line with strategic priorities and technical best practice from a range of sources. This will involve continuously developing concepts and innovations and packaging them for a range of donors, both for proactive and reactive fundraising efforts.
• Ensure consistent design, methodology, and quality assurance across thematic programs
• Ensure multi-thematic approaches to program design and methodologies; ensure that cross thematic objectives (gender equity and social inclusion, disaster risk reduction, child participation) are included in program design and monitoring
• Ensure that all programs have an effective Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning (MEAL) practices throughout the program cycle.
• Introduce innovative ideas and approaches to support health system strengthening, quality improvement, and universal health coverage in Nepal;
• In consultation with Program Operations Department (POD) colleagues, ensure that health activities (as relevant) contribute to sponsorship goals and meet agency significant benefit standards.
• With POD colleagues, continuously assess staffing patterns and competencies to ensure that right staff are in place to support realistic program design, sector needs, and development.
Strategic Direction (10%*)
• Take lead role in formulating CO’s vision for long term programming in Health in Nepal, including the development of its Country Strategic Plan (CSP) for health sector.
• Participate actively in the Country Annual Planning and Country Annual Reporting, providing oversight and compiling the reports for the health sector.
• Identify needs and opportunities for potential programs, through situation analyses/feasibility studies, networking, and leveraging research and evaluation findings from both internal and external sources.
• Maintain oversight of program portfolio (at Country and Field level) and ensure alignment with CSP
• Provide thought leadership and links with SCI’s global thematic initiatives
Significant level of effort anticipated in 2018 due to SCI’s strategic planning cycle.

Policy and Advocacy (20% LOE)

• Lead in defining Save the Children’s advocacy agenda in the health sector, as informed by SC’s experience in Nepal and globally. Lead in networking and articulating Save the Children’s position, policy and strategy in national forums and meetings. Engage in key debates related to national health sector policies and programs, in coordination with technical colleagues and other relevant staff.
• Lead in translating national messaging to provincial and palika-level policy and action plans. Work with project and program teams to develop provincial and palika-level policy and action plans.
• Engage in policy development with central authorities; with POD, support field-based technical staff to engage with local authorities as per the CSP, advocacy plans, and relevant policy concerns. Develop policy briefs and position papers, ensuring the inclusion of technical input from the relevant project managers.
• With POD, identify appropriate strategic partnerships for joint advocacy initiatives on health issues at the national level.

Representation and Networking (15% LOE)

• Maintain working relationships with relevant Ministries and Departments and their Health programs; connect Save the Children’s flagship programs with government and other non-government interventions
• Ensure that the country office has effective representation on national, regional and international networks and fora related to Health, and that we participate in conferences/meetings that will enhance our reputation and programming
• Actively participate in technical coordination meetings to ensure synergies with other agencies in our development work and emergency responses
• Maintain excellent relationships with donors, both in terms of strategic positioning and program delivery
• Ensure that CO has effective and appropriate representation on national, regional and international health related forum and participates/contributes to conferences, workshops and meetings that will enhance our programs.
• Develop and maintain partnerships with academics
• Represent CO on the Regional and Global meetings on health, both internal and external.
• Participate in SMT as invitee and ESMT meetings and attend other meeting both within and outside SC; represent SC whenever requested by the Supervisor

Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning (MEAL) (15% LOE)

• With POD, ensure that interventions are evaluated using appropriate methods, including process and impact evaluations, and that evidence is rigorously maintained, documented and disseminated internally and externally, to contribute to improvements in programme quality and advocacy efforts.
• Ensure the incorporation of quality assurance systems at multiple levels (strategy, design, implementation, proposal, monitoring processes, evaluation and learning, reporting)
• Identify and pursue opportunities to disseminate technical materials, learning and best practices, such as workshops, targeted communications materials, etc.
• With the MEAL team, ensure Quality Benchmarks are appropriate and applied to all health programming.
• Support field teams to identify and carry out operational research related to health.
• Ensure that Save the Children’s regional and global experience is reflected in our health program
• Share CO’s experience and organizational learning with COs as well as with relevant organizations over the globe
Capacity Building (10% LOE)
• Conduct regular thematic coordination meetings with POD technical staff in the field and in Kathmandu, including annual Program Learning Groups (PLGs)
• Build and nurture a community of practice to foster technical knowledge and growth within the decentralized health theme
• In coordination with POD, provide on-going and one-off technical support and advice to programs and partners as needed.
• Coordinate with POD to identify internal and external capacity building opportunities and resources to provide high quality technical assistance to Health projects, supporting technical staff, partner agencies and others to build knowledge and technical competence.
• Ensure that core health sector training modules and approaches are rolled out effectively and with fidelity to health theme staff and partners

Other

Other tasks as requested by the PDQ Director

• Support the Save the Children Humanitarian responses where appropriate, ensuring timely and quality responses in line with international standards and technical best practice.

SKILLS AND BEHAVIOURS (our Values in Practice)

Accountability:

• Holds self-accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
• Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities – giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved

Ambition:

• Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves and their team, takes responsibility for their own personal development and encourages others to do the same
• Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
• Future orientated, thinks strategically.

Collaboration:

• Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, Members and external partners and supporters
• Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
• Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to

Creativity:

• Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
• Willing to take disciplined risks

Integrity:

• Honest, encourages openness and transparency

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

Essential:

• Master’s degree (PhD preferred) in Public Health or related field(s)
• At least 10 years of working experience in relevant field, including at least 5 years in senior leadership position
• Strong leadership abilities, leading and inspiring others
• Excellent understanding of key issues and strategies for health sector programs
• Excellent skills on process facilitation and coordination with high standard.
• Excellent inter-personal communication skills
• Strong analytical capacity and proficient understanding of both qualitative and quantitative research methods
• Good presentation skills including policy briefing
• Good supportive supervision skills, developing self and others
• Excellent English communication skills, specifically written
• Demonstrated ability to deliver results, engage in effective and collaborative problem solving and decision making, and foster program innovations and adaptations

Desirable:

• Advanced knowledge about the Health sector policies and context in Nepal


Last date to apply: 20 March 2018

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This job announcement was published in Kantipur Dainik on 13 March 2018

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