Document Officer

NEFIN Climate Change Partnership Program
Location: Kathmandu (Frequent visit to Sankhuwasabha)
Salary: Negotiable
Posted Date: 2020-03-02 Deadline: 2020-03-15
Job Description

Experience: Minimum 7 years

Duty station:  Most of the time in field area Shankhuwashabha, and Kathmandu office

Positions: Documentation Officer (1)

Duty start date: March 22, 2020

The Documentation Officer will be responsible for the following tasks.

  • Work closely with the National Coordinator, FPIC Expert, GESI expert and team members to ensure that the project documentation and reports are produced both in Nepali and English qualitatively within the appropriate time frame and inline wiht work plans, objectives and approaches.
  • Work closely with the field teams and assist FPIC Expert & GESI Expert during field trips, community consultations and meetings.
  • Prepare field notes and report.
  • Ensure all reporting and documentations are maintained as required.
  • Produce at least five (5) reports in Nepali English language in one year time.
  • Undertake regular analysis and assessments of the field activities.
  • Undertake any other task for ensuring smooth delivery of the project.
  • Take photos, videos, records and notes of the FPIC processes.
  • Assist Experts to develop questionnaires, check list, letter and necessary documents.

Job Specification


  • Masters in social science or in other relevant disciplines.
  • Minimum 7 years of relevant working experience with NGO/INGOs in documentation and or report writing of project activities.
  • Documentation and report writing skill both in Nepali and English.
  • Communication and record keeping skill in written, spoken in Nepali and English.
  • Computer literacy (Microsoft Office, E-mail, Internet etc).
  • Must be Nepali citizen and indigenous nationality.
  • Willing and interested to work with indigenous peoples.
  • Able to walk in remote areas.
  • Familiar with indigenous peoples’ issues and rights.
  • Knowledge about FPIC concept and processes. 
  • Strong spirit of team work.
  • Efficient in Bhote and Rai languages will be added advantage.
  • Women, youth and indigenous peoples from the most marginalized groups are highly encourage to apply.

Term: Minimum 1 year

Salary: Negotiable

Apply Instructions

Interested candidates may apply for the vacant designation sending their CV, clear photograph and a cover letter to e-mail address, no later than March 15, 2020.

Please note that this is an emergency recruitment and will close as soon as we find the suitable candidate for these position, even before the closing date. Travel and other associated expenses related to selection process have to be borne by the applicants.


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Organization Summary

Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities (NEFIN) is the only one umbrella organisation of all the indigenous groups of Nepal, established in 1991. The key objective of NEFIN is to fight for indigenous peoples’ rights in the country. It has national and international chapters/networks; namely District Coordination Councils (DDCs) in more than 71 districts, more than 3000 Village Coordinating Councils (VCCs), 7 affiliated national level organisations (indigenous journalists, indigenous youth, students etc.) and abroad-chapters in more than 19 countries.

In order to follow up the activities, updates and actions on climate change and REDD+ in relation to indigenous peoples rights, NEFIN started a program, “NEFIN Climate Change Partnership Program” in 2009. Advocacy, lobby, awareness raising and capacity building of indigenous peoples including indigenous women and youth for ensuring their rights in climate change and REDD+ are some of the key focuses of NEFIN Climate Change Partnership Program.

Industry Type NGO / INGO / Social Work
Location Lamingtan Marg, Maharajgunj, Kathmandu
Organization Size 1-10
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