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World Vision is working to address the immediate poverty issues confronting children and vulnerable communities in Nepal integrating its work efforts in advocacy, development and humanitarian emergency affairs.

Posted On : 2020-11-10 Days Left : Expired
Basic Information
Location : Kathmandu
No. of vacancy : 1
Experience : 3 years of working experience
Job category : NGO/INGO/Social/Develop.Projects
Job Level : Mid Level
Salary : As per organization rule's month
Educational Qualification : Bachelor's Degree
Expiry date : 2020-11-24
Job Description

Position : MEAL Coordinator
Location : Dhangadi , Kailali

About the Project

The proposed 3 years’ project is envisioned  to address problems and needs of most vulnerable communities which were identified through consultations with communities, non-government organizations (NGOs), government organizations in Achham and Kailali districts, comprehensive design workshop, technical recommendations from government agencies working on Disaster Risk Management (DRM) and lessons learned from past and present projects in Nepal implemented by WVIN and other organizations Project need assessment reflects that communities in Karnali, Mohana and Kandra river basins in Achham and Kailali districts are unable to adapt to and recover from reoccurring hazards, shocks and stresses such as floods, landslides and climatic variations. Recognizing that every year, communities lose life and livelihoods pushing them to vicious cycle of poverty, this project overall aims at contributing to enhance resilience of vulnerable population of these rivers basin.  Despite the legal and policy instruments at the national level, local communities and governments have inadequate capacity to translate and operationalize them in order to reduce the exposure to hazards and overall risk. A clear gap is seen on application of DRM policies and strategies to prevent new disaster risk, reduce existing disaster risk and manage unavoidable risk. Therefore, this project’s goal is to addresses these problems by enhancing DRM capacity of the target communities and local governments. Learning from the past, the project takes a two pronged approach to achieve the project goal. first enabling communities to cope with future shocks and stresses by increasing knowledge, skills, and climate resilient practices, improving financial capacity to cope with shocks, and disaster resilient community infrastructures and second improving disaster management systems and capacities of local governments by helping them to increase their understanding on localizing and implementing DRM policies including for making risk reduction a priority in local development. With a clear monitoring and evaluation framework, project anticipates ownership to scale up and for sustainability of the work by local government and communities.   

  • The MEAL Coordinator is responsible to ensure MEAL requirement as per Project MEAL plan in consultation with WVIN-NO MEAL team and collaboration with CBDRR project team. Moreover, this position provides MEAL guidance to implementing NGO especially Project Coordinator and Monitoring & Documentation Officer. On top of managing baselines, evaluations, conducting outcome monitoring, facilitating learning events (incl. annual review and reflection) and managing information systems, the MEAL Coordinator will ensure that the government (SWC) requirements are met in line with the project agreement, which include: providing information to CPAC and DPAC, six monthly report to SWC.
Job Specification
  •  Minimum Bachelor’s degree in Development Studies, Social Sciences, Environment Science, Civil Engineering or related field.
  • Minimum 3 Years’ experience in leading a project MEAL system. Demonstrated experience to conduct survey, develop tools to conduct FGDs, collect stories, analyze secondary data. Ability to facilitate workshops/ events/ meetings. Ability to transfer the learning.

Note : Travel to field 50% of the time to project locations

Apply Instruction

This  position is required to travel at least 30 % of their time in the project-implemented districts and rural/municipalities

** This position is contingent upon the successful acquisition of the Grant**

Candidates fulfilling the criteria mentioned above may send in their complete ‘Curriculum Vitae (CV) with statement of purpose’ by 24 November, 2020 before 17:00 hours to the email, address mentioned below.

For Details:

World Vision International Nepal is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourage candidates of diverse background, women and differently abled, to apply. Only short-listed candidates will be called for the subsequent selection procedure.

WVIN reserves all rights to qualify/disqualify applications in any case.
People & Culture Department
World Vision International Nepal