The Capacity Building Advisor has the responsibility of providing technical assistance under the Leadership and Governance Thematic Area. The aim of the post is to provide effective technical inputs to the MoHP/Divisions and MoSD in the focal provinces, particularly in enhancing the capacity of planning processes, financial management and procurement processes of the MoHP, MoSD, Provincial Health Directorate, and the health section of local governments. The Capacity Building Advisor will work across a spectrum of activities across policy and planning support within MoHP and MoSD.
Specific technical delivery responsibility includes planning, providing technical input around annual planning processes; strategy and strengthening of policy and planning processes; co-ordinating capacity building activities alongside NHTC or other sub-national training centres; and supporting the L&G team. Financial management and capacity building within MoHP and other government departments and agencies. Support with procurement to build capacity and support planning and budgeting.
Cross-team responsibilities include contributing to the L&G team, supporting with bottom-up approaches in government and sharing information with partners and stakeholders.
The postholder will be required to work closely with other L&G staff to contribute to monthly targets and deliverables, alongside developing monthly and quarterly reports and workplans. NHSSP has a collaborative, ‘one team approach’ across thematic areas at a federal and sub national level to ensure consistency and quality of delivery and build relationships with MoHP, local government and other partners and stakeholders.
To apply, please fill in the form here.
Closing date for applications: 21 January 2021
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for interview.
Please note that this role will be subject to full pre-employment background checks including criminal record check, identification check, employment references and right to work verification (where appropriate).
You must have the right to work in Nepal