Established in the year 1996, the Association of International NGOs - AIN is an informal group of INGOs working in Nepal. AIN is a Membership based network of INGOs. At present, AIN has a stronghold of one hundred and forty five INGO members working on a wide-range of issues making noteworthy contributions to development and humanitarian efforts. AIN as an umbrella has stood as an epitome for these diverse INGOs working in the country.
AIN seeks for a competent candidate for the position of ‘Communications Coordinator’ to lead the implementation process of AIN Communications strategy, and strengthen AINs visibility in the promotion of best development practices, and explore areas of collaboration to design, develop, and implement various campaigns and programs.
Position Title : Communications Coordinator
Workplace : Kathmandu with the possibility of limited domestic travel
Reports to : The Communications Coordinator will report to the AIN Steering Committee representative to the Communications Working Group. For day to day activities s/he will report to, and work in close coordination with AIN Secretariat, and Communications Working Group.
Job Summary : The Communications Coordinator will be responsible for planning, development and implementation of AINs internal and external communications activities, and contribute in the profiling of AIN, and member organizations. The Communications Coordinator will also spearhead the long-term AIN Communications Strategy planning, research, and development process.
Knowledge, skill, attitude
Responsibilities and Expected Outcomes
How to apply: Interested applicants are required to submit a detailed cover letter, along with their updated CV. It is mandatory to submit three (3) references, and a brief plan of action to implement the AIN Communications Action Plan.
Application deadline: 26 APRIL 2017.
Only short-listed candidates will be invited for written test and interviews.
Applications received after the closing date will not be considered.
The Association of International NGOs (AIN), formed by INGOs working in Nepal in September 1996, is an important network in the development sector of Nepal as members have been implementing various people-centered development programmes throughout the hills, mountains and Terai areas.
AIN has come together to promote mutual understanding, exchange information and share experiences and learning of our work in Nepal for more effective collaboration.
At present the AIN comprises with 125 INGOs, working on a wide-range of issues and sectors to contribute to development efforts in Nepal.
Recognising the growing need to work in a country afflicted by endemic conflict, AIN is committed to expand its resources on behalf of all disadvantaged people in Nepal, especially those affected by the ongoing struggle.
Over the years INGOs have played a crucial role as key stakeholders and partners in the development of Nepal and we would like to continue to engage with the Government, donors,various sectors of the civil society, NGOs and poor and excluded people on these issues.