SOSEC Nepal New Job Opportunity 2023 for Program Officer, Finance Officer, CPSW/Community Mobilizer

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SOSEC Nepal Job Opportunity 2023 for Program Officer, Finance Officer, CPSW/Community Mobilizer

­­­­­­­(Date of Publication : 17th September 2023)

SOSEC Nepal is working giving high priority and sensitivity to the rights of women, children, and youth empowerment. It works with various development partner organizations to obtain the rights of women, children, the Raute community, marginalized people and communities which are highly impacted by discrimination and inequality in Dailekh, Kalikot, and Surkhet districts of Karnali province, and Achham district of Sudurpaschim province of Nepal, using the integrated development approach.

The organization is also adopting a zero-tolerance policy on violence against women, children and corruption.

SOSEC Nepal is going to implement project named “Girls Matter: Addresing Discrimination, and promoting Nutrition, WASH and Social Justice in the selected Municiplaities of Karnali)” in partnership with UNICEF Nepal and in coordination with Dullu Municipality of Dailekh district and Chaukune Rural Municipality of Surkhet District.

This project aims to promote nutrition status, Child protection, WASH and social justice in selected municipalities i.e: Dullu Municipality, Dailekh and Chaukune Rural Municipality, Surkhet of Karnali province.

The project seeks to combat discrimination and inequality by working with marginalized communities, especially women and girls, to enhance their access to basic services and advance their rights. The project will be carried out in collaboration with various government bodies and other stakeholders.

Its activities include awareness-raising campaigns, capacity-building workshops, and the provision of basic services like healthcare, nutrition, and education. The project also seeks to empower marginalized communities by promoting their participation in decision-making processes and strengthening their social networks.

SOSEC Nepal is looking for qualified, dynamic, competent, and self-motivated Nepali citizens in Dailekh and Surkhet (Chaukune Rural Municipality and Dullu Municipality) for the Girls Matter project for immediate deployment to the field, subject to donor approval, for the following positions:

 Post: Program Officer

Advertised No             001-01-080/81
Designation                         Program Officer (Female Only)
Number of Position            One (1)

 Role and Responsibilities:

The position holder will be overall responsible for the implementation of Girls matter program activities at Rural/Municipality with an aim to promote social justice by addressing discrimination. This position also aims to improve the status of education, protection, and child rights and special focus to the children (0-19) from the most marginalized communities. S/he will work in the direct supervision/management of the project coordinator.

She/he will work in close coordination and collaboration with relevant government institutions based in the relevant stakeholders. In addition, s/he will work closely with the different thematic and department within the organization of Girls Matter project.

The overall role and responsibilities of the Program Officer is given below.

 Implementation of the project

  • Sensitization and training on identify and mitigate risks of GBV through sensitization and safe referral to services at Palika as well as Organize multi stakeholder platform and meeting to discuss for identification and mitigation of GBV including safe referral to services
  • Support to Strengthen safe house (shelter Service for GBV victims) GBV and CP service provider Mapping, Publication and distribution.
  • Advocate and provide technical support to establish and functionalize ward and Palika level child rights committee
  • Improved access to and quality of psychosocial services for children, adolescents, caregivers, and vulnerable persons in need of support. Conduct sensitization on PSS in schools Mobilization of Community Psychosocial Workers (CPSWs) Conduct sensitization on PSS in community with caregivers
  • Reduced vulnerability of women and children to protection risks by providing age and gender-relevant integrated services, including socio-economic support and referrals.
  • Conduct vulnerability assessment (VA) of the children who are at risk of early marriage, labour, abuse and exploitation using VA tools
  • Provide technical support to enroll those children who are out of school or risk of school drop out or medical or other basic need support
  • Provide economic empowerment support and technical training on enterprises to girl who are at risk of CM, child labour, exploitation and abuse.
  • Improved knowledge, skills, attitudes and capacities of adolescent girls and parents for making informed choices and decision through the implementation of Rupantaran social and financial skills package Social and financial skill (Rupantaran ToT) Trainings Support formation of girl’s groups/club/network at ward and palika level
  • Roll out Rupantaran Session at community and School. as well as conduct Parenting education package as Community outreach program for ending child marriage.
  • Provede orientation to all FCHVs for screening of children by using MUAC tapes
  • Orient mothers on Family MUAC during Health Mother’s Group (HMG) Meeting
  • Regular monitoring and supervision by Health facility and Palika
  • Orientation to school teacher (health) on healthy eating habits and adolescent IFA including school deworming.
  • Suport to strengthens the implementation of the Girls’ Insurance program (BKCSJV) at the school level,
  • Provide psychosocial counseling and sensitization within the same community to address the emotional and psychosocial needs of adolescent girls.
  • Improved capacity of local government in delivery of social protection measures to improve the coverage of marginalized communities especially girls.
  • Conduct a scientific assessment on the status and accessibility of SSA among Badi and Raji community in the respective working municipalities
  • Setting up/activation of child club ensuring participation from marginalized communities empowered to track coverage of social protection schemes.
  • Organised Community level orientation on Social Protection Mechanism and accessibility process.

 Documentation and Reporting

  • Collect both qualitative and quantitative data, case stories, video clips, pictures, etc. from the field and assist with data processing and documentation in the proper way.
  • Work in the compilation and development of project reports; the preparation of case stories; collection of feedback and learning for developmental evaluation; in coordination with the MEAL and documentation teams project team.
  • Focusing on evidence generation of the project actions and the needs of the schools and youth for climate adaptive practices and know-how to be developed in the succeeding period.

Coordination and Collaboration

Establish and maintain close collaboration with the Dullu Municipality, and Chakune Rural Municipalty, the Girls Matter team, the School, Health center, child clubs, youth clubs, adolescents club, Child Rights Committee and other stakeholders for the synergetic implementation of the project.

Others

  • Work closely with the Project Coordinator and UNICEF child protection officer to ensure the successful implementation of the envisioned Girls Matter project.
  • Any other tasks developed during the implementation of the project.

Required Qualification

Bachelor degree in BPH, Social Science, BSW, law or any related field.

Experience and Skills

  • A minimum of three years’ experience (two years for the NGO sector) in protection sector and Capabilities in the facilitation of life skills training, (Rupantaran) will be an added value.

Post: Finance Officer

Advertised No                     001-02-080/81
Designation                         Finance officer
Number of Position            (2) (One for Girls Matter Project and one for PCESP & IQE Project)

Specific Roles and Responsibilities of Finance Officer

  • General financial recording and book keeping using FAMAS accounting software.
  • Support and ensure all the payments are made following proper financial procedures.
  • Ensure proper supporting documents for expense verification
  • Preparation and administration of payroll adhering the required compliance.
  • Issuance and settlement of of employee advance.
  • Reconciliation of payable and receivable ledger.
  • Preparation of bank reconciliation.
  • Keep the scan copy of voucher and submit to donor.
  • Support the project/program team in preparation of monthly and anuual budget.
  • Analysis of administrative cost preparation and it’s sharing to each project on fair share basis.
  • Provide financial analysis to the project/Program lead including the board
  • Preparation of donor financial report and MIS report and shared as per the agreed timeline to the donor and project lead.
  • Orient non-financial employee on financial requirement of the project/program and organization.
  • Preparation and analysis of fund/cash flow forecast 
  • Ensure each and every expense are valid and meets minimum financial requirements.
  • Field monitoring from financial point of view.
  • Provide financial analysis and monitoring during procurement
  • Report any potential fraud and massage identified during project implementation.
  • Interlink the project/program finance with the overall organization financial management system.
  • Implementation of suggestion and feedback provided by UNICEF finance focal person and auditor
  • Support in procurement and supply chain including LTA with vendor
  • Preparation of Annual Procurement plan 
  • Monthly Supply Chain report
  • Asset management and handling
  • Ensure internal control measures are in place and are followed appropriately.
  • Assist in all type of audit (Internal, donor, external)
  • Any task as assigned by the supervisor and board.
  • Liaised with government agencies such as, Tax Office concerning annual audit report, tax clearance, DPAC etc.

Academic Qualification and Experience: 

  • Bachelor’s degree of Commerce, Business Studies or Equivalent
  • Master’s degree in finance/Accounting or Equivalent, preferred
  • Minimum 2 years of experience in independently handling budgeting, financial accounting, planning and analysis in I/NGO and preferably within WVIN projects.
  • Demonstrated experience in the use of MS office Package (Word/Excel/PowerPoint etc.) & Internet
  • Experience of working in a computerized accounting environment like FAMAS.
  • Ability to lead financial management of the project/program and make the linkage of this with overall financial management of the organization

Sector Knowledge: 

  • General Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
  • Good command of English & Nepali languages (written & spoken)
  • Practical knowledge of project budgeting, accounting & reporting
  • Able to articulate and communicate ideas well verbally and in writing
  • Knowledge of tax and compliance
  • Demonstrated Mentoring, Orientation & Training Skill
  • Good interpersonal, problem-solving & time management skills
  • Willingness to work under pressure with tight deadlines and to travel across the project areas.

Post:  CPSW/Community Mobilizer

Advertised No  001-03-080,81
Designation  CPSW/Community Mobilizer
Number of Position  Two (Total 2, One for Dullu and One for Chaukune)
Apply only for permanent resident of Chaukune & Dullu)

Role and Responsibilities

The community mobilizer (CM) will play a vital role in social mobilization for the implementation of activities in the field to achieve the objectives stated in the project document making a major contribution to the development and articulation of organization’s objectives. The CM will report to the Program Officer and works in close coordination with the Program officer.

The CM will be responsible for carrying out the activity implementation with the highest degree of targeted community engagement and building relationships with like-minded stakeholders for the smooth implementation of project interventions.

Implementation of the project

  • Lead in smooth implementation of the project activities in the field as per activity implementation guideline, formation and activation of the child rights committee, child club, adolescents club and other network, mobilize them regularly, and provide necessary support to them with the coordination of field officer.
  • Support to conduct community-level awareness on safe water, sanitation and hygiene practices and its linkage with nutrition, and Child protection.
  • Ensure effective and efficient implementation of the community mobilization for carrying out the project activities in a timely manner and behaviour change communication.
  • Ensure quality delivery of the project activities as planned way and perfumed regular field visit to ensure the effective implementation of the planned activities.
  • Participate and manage the workshop, training and support field officer for facilitation to establish and activate Child Rights Committee, Child clubs and other network.
  • Support in the development of required manuals, guidelines, and resources materials for community mobilization and conduction of training workshops.
  • Work closely maintaining the professional relationship with the local government, especially in the R/M and ward level
  • Finanlize field level document, collect data, involve in survey, finalize minutes, attendance, report, case/ success story and submit to field officer.
  • Facilitate the active participation of community members in project activities through effective communication and awareness raising campaign.

Documentation and Reporting

  • Collect both qualitative and quantitative data, video clips, pictures, etc. from the field and assist with data processing and documentation in a proper way,
  • Work in the compilation and development of project reports; the preparation of case stories; the collection of feedback and learning for developmental evaluation; in coordination with Field Officer and project team.

Coordination and Collaboration

  • Establish and maintain close collaboration with the Dullu Municipality, and Chaukune Rural Municipality, the Girls Matter team, the School, Health center, child clubs, youth clubs, adolescents club, Child Rights Committee and other stakeholders for the synergetic implementation of the project .

Others

  • Work closely with the Program Officer and Project Coordinator to ensure the successful implementation of the envisioned Girls Matter project.
  • Any other tasks developed during the implementation of the project.

Required Qualification

  • A secondary level education from reputed institution with the knowledge in WASH, Social Justice, protection and nutrition.

 Experience and Skills

  • Minimum of three two’ experience in the Community Mobilization. Working in the WASH, Social Justice and Nutrition sector will be an added advantage.
  • Good Understanding and experience in Community Mobilization
  • Practical experience in facilitation and interaction with community leaders and community networks.

Information about Exam:

Types of Exam  Written and Interview
Publication of Short list 24th September, 2023
Date of Exam  Conformed after Shortlist for Shortlisted Candidates only.
Service & Facilities As per Organization’s rules and regulation

How to Apply

Interested candidates are requested to submit their cover letter along with provided CV format at https://sosec.org.np/np/?p=3471 photocopies of citizenship and qualification by 23th September 2023 in hrc@sosec.org.np.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for further selection process. Any kind of external influence will automatically disqualify the candidate. All rights related with recruitment process will be held by recruitment committee.

Telephone enquiries will not be entertained.

Women, Dalit, Sexual and Gender minorities, and people from marginalized community are encouraged to apply. The candidates must be sensitive on safeguarding issues.

For more details

SOSEC Nepal
Phone no: 089-410096/410187
Fax no: 089-410093
Visit website: www.sosec.org.np

Coordinator
Recruitment Committee
SOSEC Nepal

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