SEBAC - Nepal is a leading NGO working in the field of Water, Sanitation, Health and Hygiene (WASH), Climate Change, Livelihood & Natural Resources Management amd Governance & Peace Building. It invites application from the qualified, dynamic and result oriented Nepalese citizen for the following Position:

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Job Position : Senior GESI Coordinator

job location
: All Major Cities in Nepal

no. of vacancies
: 2

: 5 years

job category
: NGO/INGO/Social/Develop.Projects

job type
: Full Time

job level
: Senior Level

: As per organization's rules and regulations.

educational qualification
: Bachelor's deree in any field.

posted date
: 2017-01-11

expiry date
: 2017-01-17

days left
: Expired

  • The overall responsibilities of Gender and Social Inclusion Coordinator (GESI)  will be spearheading the strategic leadership and provide technical guidance from the gender and social inclusion perspectives in and across the program components of Safe WASH II, to ensure that the GESI is main streamed into programs and policies. She will develop, adapt and apply guidelines, strategies and work plans to ensure that gender issues are properly analyzed identified and addresses in the program and policies (WASH ODF and Post ODF program).
  • She will be responsible for planning, coordination, and stakeholder (development agencies and government offices) collaboration, and advocating for Chhaupadi reduction and menstrual hygiene management in the region.The GESI will be based in Dhangadi, Kailali and provide support throughout the program.
  •  Having good computer knowledge and strong report writing skills are preferred. 

  • Applications without disclosure of all required job application information shall be disqualified.
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be called for the further selection process(es).
  • The organization reserve the right to reject any/all applications without assigning any reason whatever.
  • Canvassing at any stage of the processes shall lead to automatic disqualification.

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