Location: Nepal
Salary: Negotiable
Posted Date: 2015-09-13 Deadline: 2015-09-17
  • Location : Nepal
  • Working Position : Entry Level
  • Qualification Degree : Master's Degree
  • Salary : Negotiable
  • Category : NGO / INGO / Social work
  • Nature : Full Time
Job Description

EFSVL (Emergency Food Security and Livelihoods) Coordinator (INT1805)



CONTRACT TYPE: One year fixed term contract based in Kathmandu




Job Purpose: Ensure the coordination, oversee the management and support technically the implementation of Emergency Food Security and Livelihoods (EFSVL) activities in the operational districts of Nepal.


This position will require updating EFSVL strategy following the evolution of the people’s needs in direct coordination with the Humanitarian Director and support technically the District EFSVL Team Leaders with the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the EFSVL programmes. You will also require to identify opportunities of scaling up and ensure these are coherent with the rest of the programme, work closely with WASH, Shelter, gender, logistics, finance, admin, HR and Oxfam region partners as well as relevant external agencies.


Master in Agriculture, Rural or Urban Development, Area studies (Nepal or South Asia focus) is preferred. Minimum 6 years of senior level experience in relevant field. Experience of design, implementation and scale up of (EFSVL) programmes including CTP in emergencies.


 Applications for the above positions can be sent by 17 September 2015via mail to or G.P.O. Box 2500.Please kindly mention your preferred location in the application letter. Due to emergency response this is first come first serve basis, and due to limited resources only short listed candidates will be contacted. 



Industry Type NGO / INGO / Social Work
Location Kathmandu, Nepal
Organization Size 1-10
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