Program Development Officer (Based in Kathmandu)
Program Development Officer (PDO) is responsible to coordinate development of concept notes and proposals for submission to donors. This position requires closely working with thematic coordinators, technical specialists and budgeting experts during the design process. This position will be the focal point for ‘sustainable development longer term’ Project proposals, but can support Emergency proposal development as necessary. The incumbent is expected to ensure mainstreaming of gender and social inclusion considerations into all designs, documents and also ensure that new program development is aligned to the CARE Nepal Country Office Business Plan.
Required qualification and experience:
- Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences / Economics / Development Management or other related fields
- At least 3 years of experience in the development sector in project / program design and development. Familiarity with current development practices, policies and organizations in Nepal
Skills, knowledge and competencies
- Strong knowledge and experience in project/program design and development
- Knowledge and experiences on program strategy development and goal setting
- Strong conceptual thinking and analytical skills
- Familiar about international development goals and country strategies
- Excellent writing, documentation and dissemination skills
- Strong ability to work in a team and coordinate tasks and responsibilities
- Good interpersonal and communication skills
- In-depth knowledge on gender equity and diversity, and rights based programming
- Ability to use computer applications
Interested candidates are encouraged to visit our website at www.carenepal.org and complete the application process. Detailed job description is available in our website. The last date for submitting the application is 17:00hrs, 05 November 2020.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Telephone enquiries will not be entertained.
“CARE Nepal is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage candidates of diverse background, women and differently abled, to apply”
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