Technical Coordinator

  • Full Time
  • Hetauda
  • Applications have closed

Website Helvetas Nepal


ENSSURE II, is a bilateral initiative of Governments of Nepal and Switzerland. It seeks to help Nepalese youths, women, and men, gain social and economic benefits from a federalized TVET system. To the end, the project has been supporting 3 spheres of governments to deliver TVET functions as per their constitutional mandate. The project is being implemented by the Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT) at the federal level, by the Ministry of Social Development at the provincial level, and by municipalities within these provinces at the local level with technical support from Helvetas Nepal. Building on the experience of its phase 1, the project has been supporting the governments to scale up and institutionalize work-based learning, which includes Dual VET- Apprenticeship, Training with OJT and Workers’ Further Training. Besides, the project has been providing career guidance to youths, and students in grade 9 and 10.

Helvetas Nepal invites applications from competent and committed Nepali Citizens for the following positions:

Technical Coordinator – Career Guidance – 1 position(s) – Open for All

Job Description

This position will require working in close coordination with Province Manager. The position holder is responsible to :

  • Support PGs and LGs in planning career guidance in community schools;
  • Support community schools in delivering career guidance component;
  • Develop career guidance materials/outreach material.

Roles and Responsibilities

1. Compliance of Policies, Guidelines and Manuals

  • Adhere to relevant policies, procedures, regulations, and guidelines of HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation Nepal (Personnel, Financial, Administrative policy manual, Security Response Guide, Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Guide, Sexual Harassment & Mobbing Policy, Code of Conduct Against Corruption etc.) and other specific policies applicable for the HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation Nepal;
  • Adhere to the policies and rules of the Government of Nepal and Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) that are related to programme;
  • Contribute to Conflict Sensitive Programme Management at all levels.

2. Programme Implementation and Coordination (40%):

  • Support PGs and LGs to provide information on training and its prospects to the perspective youth;
  • Facilitate LGs/PGs, community schools in planning and delivering career guidance component – selection of schools, planning for career guidance sessions, managing service providers, training teachers and delivery of career guidance sessions;
  • Be responsible for developing career guidance materials/outreach materials and support private publisher in publishing and selling CG materials;
  • Ensure effective implementation of relevant guidelines, manuals and IEC materials in regard to conduction of career guidance component activities;
  • Safeguard the quality implementation of career guidance sessions in schools and give necessary inputs to LGs/ PG;
  • Plan and coordinate for Career Guidance teachers’ training, logistics and coordination;
  • Support LGs to organize career and Job fair in leadership of local government;
  • Facilitate for career guidance support to the trainees and apprentices;
  • Support LGs in creating a digital platform for career guidance;
  • Organize review and reflection events at the province;
  • Make sure the information is updated on ENSSURE database system;
  • Pursue local governments in allocating co-fund to upscale the program.

3. Management (20%)

  • Support in overall management (planning and implementation) of the career guidance component and ensure quality assurance in terms of the achievement of project outcomes at the assigned province;
  • Support LGs to oversee the performance of the implementing partners, schools for implementation of career guidance component.

4. Monitoring and knowledge management (20%)

  • Support LGs in monitoring career guidance session, compiling the information and producing reports;
  • Monitor the progress from implementing partners regarding career guidance;
  • Closely work with Knowledge Management and Communication Specialist in overall coordination for Career Guidance;
  • Monitor the performances of career facilitators, Career guidance teachers and students, and suggest for necessary capacity building needs;
  • Ensure that implementing partners(schools, partner organizations) meets the compliance of timely submission of the progress reports, financial compliance and other relevant deliverables as per the plan;
  • Develop monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, and annual progress reports relating to career guidance activities and submit to Province Manager;
  • Document the processes, lessons learned, best practices, case studies/success stories and other relevant information regularly and feed into the project’s reporting system;
  • Support in conducting studies related to CG (e.g. Impact study).

5. Coordination, collaboration and networking (20%)

  • Establish regular communication mechanism for coordination and collaboration among local government, schools, teachers, principals etc;
  • Coordinate and provide necessary support to relevant stakeholders including LGs and PGs.

Additional Information

Other specific responsibilities as assigned.

  • Perform other tasks as per the project’s requirement and as assigned by the supervisor;
  • Be proactive in bringing innovations and taking new initiatives into the programme and the organization.

Required Skills and Competencies

Job Requirements

A. Minimum Education Attainment: Master’s Degree in Social Science, Management or in any relevant discipline.

B. Minimum Professional Experience: Minimum 5 year of working experience in project/programme implementation. 2 years of working experience in career guidance with similar responsibilities.

C. Required Competencies:

  • Two- wheeler driving skill with valid driving license is compulsory
  • Sound understanding of lifelong learning, guidance/counselling approaches, personality test
  • Able to work in minimum supervision
  • High level of integrity and professional code of ethics
  • Good understanding of TVET sector of Nepal along with economic development of Nepal
  • Demonstrated skills on capacity building and institutionalization support
  • Strong motivator, a team player, and a coach
  • Excellent analytical, conceptual and programmatic competencies
  • Excellent reporting and writing skills
  • Result oriented mentality
  • Strong communication and facilitation skills
  • Commitment towards gender equality, social inclusion and poverty reduction
  • Excellent written and oral communication in Nepali and English
  • IT Proficiency in using office application software

Duration: Till 2025 with the possibility of extension
Salary and Benefits: As per rules and regulation of Helvetas Nepal

Priority will be given to the local candidates (candidates from or the surroundings of the duty station.)

Application Procedures: Interested candidates who meet above requirements are requested to visit our website at and submit application through online portal. Detailed job description is available in the website.

Any telephone enquiries/and or attempts to apply undue influence will result disqualification of candidates. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the selection process. Helvetas Nepal reserves the right to reject any or all applications without assigning any reasons.

Helvetas Nepal promotes workforce diversity and applies positive discrimination to candidates from discriminated groups [Woman, Dalit, Janajati, Madhesi/Terai, and other miority communities).

Deadline for submission of application: 6 February 2024.