We are looking for a Chief of Party position for the Nepal USAID-funded disaster risk management initiative. This project will support the Government of Nepal to improve its disaster risk management capacity. The aim of this project is to develop an adaptive, and inclusive approach, best practices and technological interventions in a changing context.
This project aims to work with both national and local government to improve systems and institutions and to build capacity of Nepali professionals and communities to be more disaster prepared and resilient.
- Support the national and local governments (municipal level institutions) to strengthen disaster response.
- Lead the implementation and quality delivery of the project.
- Manage and monitor the project to provide high quality results
- Train and capacity build the staff
- Manage financial budget, partner organisations, develop coordination mechanisms and grants management mechanisms
- Experience of working with USAID in similar roles.
- Knowledge of Nepal and institutional context.
- Senior management skills for delivering large scale multi-disciplinary programs overseas (preferably in South Asia)
- Worked in the field of disaster risk management covering the following cross cutting areas in social protection and social development, community development, intuitional development and capacity building
- Knowledgeable about implementation of urban land use planning rules and regulation and decentralisation in the context of Nepal or in similar settings
- Provide coordination and leadership support to the programme team, government counterpart and
- Able to manage a consortium and disburse grants to Nepali and international institutions
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and Nepali (preferable)
- Strong commitment to improve gender, caste and equity.
To apply, please email us your CV at firstname.lastname@example.org. Using ‘Nepal USAID disaster risk management - Chief of Party’ in the subject line.
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