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11 Apr 2019

Full-TimeField Officer – World Education – INGO Jobs

ejobsnepal Anywhere

Job Description

An INGO working with disadvantaged communities seeks highly motivated and qualified candidates for the following positions:

Role: Field Officer

Program: Equity in Inclusion in Education

Duty Station: Mahottari

Main Role and Responsibilities:

  • Provide technical support to Education Development Coordination Unit, Municipality, and PNGOs, schools to manage and implement Early Grade Learning program activities;
  • Coordinate with Municipality level education units and other stakeholders to manage, implement, and monitor Early Grade Learning program;
  • Support to prepare, test, and revise training manuals, guidelines, and learning materials;
  • Assist in designing and testing Early Grade Learning materials in Maithili and special materials for inclusive education and multi-grade multi-level learning;
  • Support, facilitate and coach PNGOs to manage and deliver teacher training and parental engagement sessions including analysisof capacity needs of partner NGOs and proposed follow-up actions; Organize experience sharing exchanges between partners and strengthen their capacities;  ;
  • Assist PNGOs to prepare workplans, reports and collect EGRA/EGM data and information on program activities;
  • Monitor implementation and program management, and participate in joint monitoring.

Qualifications 

  • Bachelor’s Degree or related fields with a minimum of five years of experience in education sector;
  • Extensive knowledge of the country’s education system, policies and strategies;
  • Extensive experience in training teachers and NGO partner staff on child-centered teaching-learning approaches and local curriculum development;
  • Knowledge in Early Grade Reading, Inclusive Education, mother tongue education and integrated learning is an asset;
  • Results-oriented team player with very good analytical skills and problem-solving attitude;
  • Fluency in Maithili language essential along with Nepaliand English (spoken and written).
  • Very good knowledge in MS Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Goal-oriented, independent, committed, innovative and motivated;
  • Able and willing to learn and acquire new knowledge relevant to the function;
  • Excellent social and interpersonal communication skills and team spirit.

Role: Assistant Finance Officer

Duty Station: Kathmandu

Main Role and Responsibilities:

  • Prepare payment voucher and cheques for payment,
  • Assist the Finance Officer in preparing monthly bank reconciliation of the Flexible Spending Account (FSA),
  • Daily entry of vouchers in QuickBook (QB) Software,
  • Provide support to the Finance Officer for all financial tasks for settlements of  advance and field trip expenses,
  • Responsibility for petty cash including maintenance of petty cash records and completion of cash reconciliation at each month end,
  • Handling supplier invoices on a daily basis and to ensure that sufficient supporting documents are attached.
  • Check timesheets to ensure employees have correctly recorded their time.
  • Check expenses and receipts to ensure they are accurately recorded and the supporting documentation is adequate i.e. VAT invoice where applicable,
  • Arranging and scanning all vouchers to be sent to Head Office on a monthly basis,
  • Maintain VAT log and prepare Tax deposit details according to Inland Revenue and process for annual tax clearance certificate and also TDS details entry in IRD online system,
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Finance Officer to ensure the overall support and success of the finance team in fulfilling its mission and goals.

Qualifications 

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred in Management with Accounts/Finance Specialization
  • Minimum three years of experience on Finance roles. Preference will be given to candidates having experience working with INGOs
  • Good time management, excellent interpersonal skills, result oriented, team player having good problem-solving attitude.
  • Deal with, bank, tax office etc.
  • Knowledge of Nepalese taxation policies, tax laws/rules/regulations
  • Should be able to quickly learn and work on Quickbook accounting software
  • Should be comfortable to work extended hours, if so required.
  • Good knowledge in MS office applications, especially Excel and Word
  • Fluency in Nepali and English (spoken and written).
  • Goal-oriented, independent, committed, innovative and motivated;
  • Excellent social and interpersonal communication skills and team spirit.

Salary and Benefits will be based on policy of the organization.  Only qualified and interested candidates may submit their CV (maximum 3 pages) along with a cover letter and a passport size photo to vacancy@np.worlded.org no later than April 21, 2019.  Women, Dalit and Janajati candidates from marginalized communities are encouraged to apply.  Only shortlisted applicants will be notified and called for interviews.

Telephone inquiries shall not be entertained and any other direct or indirect solicitation may lead to disqualification of the candidacy.

Job Categories: NGO/ INGO/ Social Work. Job Types: Full-Time. Job Tags: EJOBS, ejobsnepal, Field Officer, Finance Officer, INGO jobs, and nepalijobs. Salaries: Negotiable.

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