Project Analyst

  • Full Time
  • Surkhet
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Project Analyst – Empowered Women Prosperous Nepal (EWPN) Project

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Grade: NOB
Job Id: 13332
Job Schedule: Full time
Vacancy Type: Fixed Term
Locations: Birendranagar(Surkhet), Nepal
Job Category: Gender Equality & Human Rights
Education & Work Experience: Master’s Degree – 2 year(s) experience
Duration: Initially one year, renewal subject to satisfactory performance and funding availability

The Position:
Under the overall guidance of Gender Outcome Team Leader, and the direct supervision of the Project Coordination Specialist, the Project Analyst GBV is located in Surkhet, Karnali Province, Nepal. The incumbent will substantially contribute to the effective implementation of the Empowered Women Prosperous Nepal (Sashakta Mahila, Sambriddha Nepal) Project activities in the province.

Job Purpose:
The Project Analyst bridges the gap between the Field and the Kathmandu teams to ensure smooth operation of the Empowered Women Prosperous Nepal (EIWN) Project both operationally and technically. S/he provides necessary guidance to the Program Assistant based in Karnali to ensure full policy compliance as well as cost effective, timely and high quality delivery of EWPN’s programmatic Interventions.

Scope of Work:

  • Strategic Engagement and Technical Coordination
  • Programme Management, Monitoring and Reporting
  • Administrative and Financial Management

Perform any other duties as required by the Representative, Deputy Representative and Gender Outcome Team Leader and EWPN Project Coordination Specialist.

Qualifications and Experience

Advanced university degree in Management, Gender, Health, and/or other related social science disciplines.

Knowledge and Experience:

  • At least 2 years of increasingly responsible professional experience at the national or
  • international level in GBV coordination or protection work;
  • Excellent writing and facilitating skills, with experience writing reports, newsletters
  • and programme updates and situation reports;
  • Client oriented and strong team work;
  • Proficiency in current office software applications;
  • Experience working with the United Nations is an asset;
  • Practical experience in design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development projects;
  • Strong English speaking, oral and writing skills, including proposal development and report writing;
  • Previous experience with UNFPA/UN systems and procedures would be desirable;

Fluency in English and Nepali.

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How to apply

Full job description of the position can be accessed via link UNFPA External Career Site and only online applications using this link will be accepted.

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Apply Before: 10/16/2023, 05:30 PM