Gender Equity & Social Inclusion/LNOB Officer
Mott MacDonald

Mott MacDonald

Gender Equity & Social Inclusion/LNOB Officer

Basic Information

  • Job Category NGO / INGO / Social work
  • Job Location Surkhet District
  • Job Level Entry Level
  • Salary Negotiable
  • Education Level Bachelors
  • Desired Candidate Both(Male, Female)
  • Expiry date 2022-08-08
  • Skills Communication skills, Teamwork, Interpersonal

Job Description

The GESI/LNOB Officer will have a strong GESI/LNOB experience and convincing communicationsskills as well. In addition to driving the GESI strategy and outcomes forward, he/she can assist incollecting and editing stories, analyse data, and convert those in communication products.

Her/his responsibilities will be to:

  • Supporting   and   guiding  GESI/LNOB   mainstreaming   in   NCCSP2  
  • Orient the technical staff of NCCSP2 on GESI mainstreaming and promoting Transformative Change  
  • ∙Track progress against the Strategy and update as required but not less than annually
  • ∙Proactively identify ways and entry points through which NCCSP2 Outputs can strengthen their programming to maximise GESI-responsiveness
  • Capacity building and coaching with project staffs and implementing partners as required on gender mainstreaming  
  • Keep abreast of emerging research, issues and information on Transformation change of and GESI and share effectively
  • Use and interpret GESI-related programme data and write analysis
  • Prepare a ‘GESI situation and trend analyses of implementation areas
  • Capturing the biggest picture of GESI in regular reporting
  • Able to work and analyse the GESI framework for mainstreaming the GESI in every aspect of NCCSP2
  • Prepare and disseminate documents on transformative change outcomes
  • Regular field visits and ongoing communication to support implementation, capacity building and monitoring  
  • Identify opportunities for deepening GESI outcomes, particularly in relation to local government and communities (e.g., User Committee membership).
  • Analyse LNOB status and prepare strategy during local planning process including LAPA process.
  • Identify areas of collaboration with local government to support women’s political, social, and economic transformation change, and support Cluster Climate Coordinators in integrating this in LAPA plans  
  • Developing innovative approach for GESI mainstreaming and implementation with clusters team
  • Facilitate to organize, celebrate various GESI relevant activities and days.  
  • Key organisational relationships  
  • The position holder will work closely with Team Leader, Output Area Leads, Regional Climate
  • Coordinator and Cluster Climate Coordinators, as appropriate, and support the identification of
  • communication objectives for specific activities and audiences, and in the preparation of necessary
  • communication resources.  

Job Specification

Experience/skills  required

  • Mid-level GESI technical expertise and relevant academic qualifications
  • Experience of managing GESI / Transformative change projects/project components with multiple simultaneous activities
  • Experience providing strategic guidance and direction on gender/GESI-responsive programming; being able to show evidence of the impact of that guidance/direction plus
  • Demonstrable working knowledge of women’s empowerment strategies in the public and private sector, social norms/attitude change and enhancing women’s political voice and participation is a considerable advantage
  • Experience with field work/visits in various areas of Nepal is an advantage
  • Experience of training and capacity building in gender/GESI an advantage
  • Experience of working on large-scale development partner funded activities, in particular
  • UK aid, is an advantage
  • The successful candidate will be able to work independently as well as in consultation and collaboration with NCCSP2 team members and technical advisory consultants.  
  • Excellent English speaking and writing.  
  • Proven ability to build and maintain effective working relationships with relevant stakeholders.
  • Ability to work effectively in remote areas, and willing to travel throughout the project area in Nepal
  • Ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines  
  • Ability to work with an international and national team which is geographically dispersed
  • Ability to manage a range of activities in different places involving different stakeholders, and implementers,  
  • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Experience working on UK aid-funded programs would be an asset. 


  • A Becher’s level degree in a related subject, with at least 3 years’ experience in GESI, preferably in Nepal  
  • A track record in producing communication products in the field of GESI and beyond.
  • Strong practical expertise in social, political, and economic development, empowerment,and inclusion of marginalised and vulnerable people.  
  • Demonstrated understanding of the challenges of climate change resilience  
  • Good understanding working federal, provincial, local governments and national/international stakeholders
  • Good understanding of ‘Leave no one behind’, as expressed in the Sustainable
  • Development Goals.  
  • GESI knowledge with Climate Change Intervention will be the assets.
This job has been expired on 08-Aug