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Job Vacancy in Rural Women Upliftment Association (RWUA) Sarlahi


Rural Women Upliftment Association (RWUA) was established on 22 Kartik, 2050 B.S. at Sarlahi District of Province 2, Nepal. It is a non-governmental and non-profit social organization and is a well-established and prominent organization which works as a change agent in the area of women empowerment and community development in Sarlahi district. The long-term experiences in the area of community development and women Upliftment has made the organization easy to organize community for positive changes for their own since last 27 years. This is women headed organization and the majority of executive members are women. It works with a mission to improve the lives of people through economic, social, cultural and physical transformation. It has been implementing several projects in Sarlahi District in the partnership.

RWUA invites the applications from interested qualified and eligible candidates (Nepali citizen only) that are reliable, accountable, and have the ability to deliver results with the highest level of integrity for the following positions under SponsorshipProjectin Sarlahi district.

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Rural Women upliftment Association(RWUA)
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Position:  Field Officer

Report to: Project Coordinator

Required Number of Position: 1

Key Responsibilities:

With close collaboration and consultation with Project coordinator, s/he will be responsible for providing technical assistance to education (Early Child Care and Development-ECCD& Basic Education-BE) with subordinate assistance on Health (MNH, SHN & ASRH) and Livelihood related activities (identifying/forming/reforming farmers’ groups, conducting technical training to the local groups & farmers, forming saving and credit groups and supporting those groups in mobilizing savings and credit for livelihood promotion) and also able to prepare reports (monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual report) and documents best practices. S/he is also responsible for monitoring, capacity building and reporting in the assigned sector.

Required Education & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Education, Sociology or any other discipline with a minimum of 2 years of work experience in the Education related project worked in NGO/INGO and Master’s degree in education will be advantage.
  • Having knowledge about “Sponsorship Program” Process and approaches. 
  • Able to organize and facilitate training/orientation of regarding educational related object in the field. 
  • Able to develop annual plan, execute, monitor and evaluate.
  • Having minimum 2-3 years’ experience in community mobilization.
  • Can speak and write English and Nepali and able to prepare report in both languages.
  • Aware and familiar with local language.
  • Computer knowledge (word, excel, power point,) and strong in email internet.
  • Willing to spend 70% time in field work and having willing to work with children.
  • Having valid driving license along with personal bike.
  • Able to coordinate with local level and district level government structures like School, Ward, WCRC, health facility, for effective technical support, coordination and program Implementation. 
  • Well respectful and committed to be a part of Child safeguarding and zero tolerances on fraud, bribery and corruption.
  • Can adjust in team and play the role of supportive.

Position:  Psychosocial Counsellor

Report to: Project Coordinator

Required Number of Position: 1

The Psychosocial Counsellor (PSC) is responsible for providing overall counselling services to the needy people at the target areas for effective and efficient case management and makes access to the survivors to the referral services. S/he will coordinate, collaborate and networking with ward-based stakeholders i.e. WCRC, Community Mobilizer, Case Workers and other likeminded organizations and government counterparts for making the target program more achievable and meaningful for the entire adolescents and their family. S/he manages regular supervision of target communities under ward and collects relevant data, assure counselling services, support in referrals and reporting. In overall, S/he will play a prime role in case management, identify and facilitate the cases for better services and reports accordingly.

Required Education & Experience:

  • 6 months training on psychosocial counseling from reputed institution.
  • Should have completed Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology or any other related disciplines with at least two-years working experience as a psychosocial counselor.
  • Able to work in diverse culture environment.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Excellent time management, problem-prevention, and problem-solving skills.
  • Able to organize and facilitate training/orientation of relevant sector.
  • Able to speak local (Maithili) language and having other languages i.e. Nepali, English is preferred.
  • Having valid driving license along with personal bike.

Position:  Community Mobilizer

Report to: Field Officer

Required Number of Position: 2

The Community Mobilizer (CM) is responsible for overall community mobilization in the target areas for effective and efficient implementation of project activities. S/he will coordinate, collaborate and networking with ward level stakeholders, I/NGOs and government offices for making the target program more achievable and meaningful for the entire beneficiaries. S/he manages regular supervision of target communities under ward and collects relevant data for further compilation and reporting. In overall, S/he will play a catalytic role between Sponsorship program, RWUA and Community. 

Required Education & Experience:

  • Minimum of 10+2 level or equivalent in any academic stream (HA, JTA, CMA, or candidates from technical background are highly encouraged to apply).
  • Working experience in Education, Health, Child Protection or Livelihood/Agriculture/Veterinary in rural context. 
  • Excellent interpersonal skills 
  • Good communication skills both in Maithili and Nepali 
  • Ability and willingness to work in team and to work under pressure and in remote/difficult circumstances.
  • Mobilize and facilitate the engagements of stakeholders during planning implementation of activities.
  • Facilitate and monitor the implementation of planned activities and community level engagement. 
  • Willing to work with various communities and cast groups.
  • Committed to rights based and gender & child sensitive work
  • Able, willing and committed to work with group of people of different backgrounds.
  • Having valid driving license along with personal bike.
  • Local candidates with best-fit qualification and competencies are strongly encouraged to apply.

Position:  MEAL Assistant

Report to: MEAL Officer

Required Number of Position: 1

The MEAL assistant will report to the MEAL Officer and is responsible to ensure the accountability and transparency system of Program to beneficiaries and also able to prepare case study, success stories, and programmatic reports for further documentation.

Required Education & Experience:

  • Minimum of 10+2 level or equivalent in any academic stream.
  • Fluent in English writing and reporting
  • Excellence in MS Word, Excel and PPT.
  • Experience of working with project
  • Knowledge of Monitoring, evaluation, accountability and transparency system of program implementation
  • Experience of conducting survey through digital application and knowledge of data analysis.
  • Able to speak local (Maithali) language.
  • Having valid driving license along with personal bike.

Position:  Sponsorship Program Assistant-SPA (Female Only)

Report to: Assistant Sponsorship Program Officer (ASPO)

Required Number of Position: 1

The SPA will report to the Sponsorship Program Officer and is responsible for disseminating Sponsorship and Child Safety Policy information to program staffs, community leaders, parents and children and also to collect case histories and photography of children along with proper parental consents within the given deadline and in an efficient manner. Likewise, to distribute the identity cards to all newly assigned children and collect their first communication and piece of correspondence within the time line as per sponsorship policies and procedures and mostly assist to Sponsorship Program Officer to prepare reports (monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual report) for documentation.

Required Education & Experience:

  • Intermediate with 2 years of experience in community mobilization activities.
  • Able to work in diverse culture environment.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Excellent time management, problem-prevention, and problem-solving skills.
  • Good knowledge on Computer MS Office.
  • Able to speak local (Maithili) language and having other languages i.e. Nepali, English is preferred.
  • Having valid driving license along with personal bike.
  • Ability to work under pressure and within the tight timeframe

Interested candidates aged 18+ are encouraged to apply with their current CV and application letter to the email address rwua.vacancy@gmail.com  clearly mentioning the position applying in the subject line addressing to The Human Resource Department, Rural Women Upliftment Association (RWUA), Sarlahi or submit the hard copy to Rural Women Upliftment Association (RWUA), Haripur Municipality-2, Sarlahi within 27 December 2021 by 5:00 PM

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further selection process. No telephone inquiries will be entertained, and any inappropriate recommendation might automatically disqualify the candidate from further processing. RWUA respects child rights and strictly follows the child safeguarding policy of the organization. RWUA is an equal opportunities employer and strictly follows the merit-based selection. Qualified female candidates or those from disadvantaged communities and local people with best-fit qualification and competencies are strongly encouraged to apply. 

RWUA reserves right to qualify/disqualify applications in any case. 

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