Administrator

Bijulibazzar

About Us

Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organization that strives for just a world that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We have been working in Nepal since 1978 to help marginalized girls and boys, their families and communicate for accessing their rights to survival, development, protection, and participation. We implement programs through local development partners in 24 districts in cooperation with the Nepal government, civil society organizations, and schools.

Plan International Nepal is fully committed to the gender-responsive safeguarding of all children and young people from all forms of violence.

Logistic & Procurement Coordinator

Basic Information

  • No. of Openings 1
  • Job Category NGO/INGO/Social/Develop.Projects
  • Job Location Dhanusha
  • Job Level Mid Level
  • Salary Negotiable
  • Experience Year requirement Freshers
  • Expiry date 2020-12-07

Job Description

Fixed-term employment for 2 years from the day of employment-based in Regional Office-East, Dhanusa.

The Logistic & Procurement Coordinator will be responsible for the coordination and implementation of the procurement, logistics, and Administrative supports of the program operations within the Regional Office- East in compliance with Plan International Nepal policies and procedures as well as Govt. policies for procurement.

Apply Instruction

   Log on to www.p2p.com.np for details of the job position. The deadline for the application is Monday, 7th December 2020. Applications are solely accepted through people to people online application procedures. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the further selection process.

Canvassing at any stage of processes shall lead to automatic disqualification.

Due to urgent priority to fill in the positions, recruitment can be held on a rolling basis and Plan International reserves the right to select a candidate prior to the deadline.

Plan International strongly encourages female applicants, applicants from Dalit, Madhesi, janjati, and marginalized ethnic groups.