Project Officer – HERD INTERNATIONAL 

 Project Officer – HERD INTERNATIONAL 

HERD International is seeking experienced and dynamic Nepali applicants for the position of Project officers for Nuwakot and Dhading district.  
Essential Desirable
Qualifications MBBS / Bachelor in Public Health. MBBS or Bachelor’s degree in public health with clinical background preferable.
Experience At least 2 years of experience of working in health related program/project  and is familiar with health system in Nepal, Report writing experience Experience of conducting research in the health issues, Academic writing experience, Experience of M&E.
Skills Good rapport building skill, Excellent communication skills, and ability to listen, Computer literacy, Good written and spoken English, Ability to travel to rural areas Knowledge of qualitative data analysis

Preference will be given to local residence of respective districts.

The position is initially for one year with possibility of extension.

If you think you can handle this responsibility, download the application form and send the completed application form along with an updated CV at [email protected]  with the subject line: Project Officer by 5pm, 16 August, 2017.

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Applications without completed application form and updated CV or sent in other email addresses will not be considered.

Short-listed candidates will be called for further screening and personal interview. Competitive salary and benefit packages will be offered to the deserving candidates based on performance.

HERD International reserves the right to accept and reject applications. Candidates from disadvantaged communities, women and with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

 Project Officer – HERD INTERNATIONAL 


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