Contract type and level: NEX SC (NPPP IV) Contract Duration: One year with possibility of extension
Key responsibilities: Under the overall supervision of NPD and guidance of the International Project Manager, the Component Manager-2 will provide necessary support to the implementation of the project activities listed under output 4. S/he will also support the TM in designing and overseeing the implementation and reporting on all programmatic aspects including training activities, institutional supports in enhancing the coordination among all the commissions etc.
Required qualification and experience: Completion of Masters' Degree or equivalent in work experience in the area of Human Rights, Law, Social Science, Public Administration, and Management. At least 8 years' experience in the capacity building of the high level clients including government agencies political actors, NHRIs and human rights defenders, conflict transformation and rule of law.
Web link for application: http://jobs.undp.org/cj_viewJob.cfm?curJob_Id~6369
Please visit the given weblink for detailed job description and for online application. Application must be supported with UNDP Personal History Form - P11 (downloadable from website http:/hvww.np.undp.orecontentinepallen/home/operations4obso by Date: 5 July 2016. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. UNDP retains the right to contact references directly.
UNDP is committed to achieve work force diversity (in terms of nationality, minority groups, caste/ethnic groups, persons with disability etc.) and has a policy to have gender balance among star at all levels. Qualified female candidates and candidates particularly from disadvantaged and socially excluded groups are strongly encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with highest confidence
The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) of Nepal is an independent and autonomous constitutional body. It was established in the year 2000 as a statutory body under the Human Rights Commission Act 1997 (2053 BS). The Interim Constitution of Nepal 2007 (2063 BS) has made the NHRC a constitutional body. It has a separate sphere of responsibilities in the constitutional legal system of the country. These responsibilities complement the responsibilities of the normal machinery of the administration of Justice, the Supreme Court, the Office of the Attorney General, the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority, and other existing executive, quasi-judicial or judicial bodies of Nepal.