Oxfam is one of the world's leading International Humanitarian Agencies, assisting people affected by poverty, natural disasters and conflict throughout the world. With over 5,000 staff and dedicated volunteers in more than 90 countries, Oxfam is able to achieve the greatest impact to alleviate poverty and suffering through combining emergency response work, long-term development programmes, and campaigning for lasting change. Oxfam has been working in Nepal since the 1980s, addressing the poverty and injustice faced by women and other socially excluded groups. We are urgently looking for dynamic team players in the following positions for our programme.
Funding Coordinator (Re-advertisement)
Duration: Fixed term contract until March 2017
Location: Multiple Locations
Applicable for Nepali Nationals only
To strategically develop and manage new and existing donor relationships and funding for the Nepal Country Programmes (Sustainable Development Programme and emerging Humanitarian Programmes, and in due course, also the Earthquake Response Programme), leading on the planning, coordination, securing and management of restricted and unrestricted income to enable Oxfam in Nepal to deliver on the country programme strategy. To also build the capacity for quality fundraising and contract management within the country programme.
Requirements for the role:
Masters level degree (in Development Studies or Humanitarian Programming, Business Administration or other relevant fields) or at least 3 years work experience in relevant posts.Demonstrable experience of successfully engaging with institutional donors to secure and manage funds for development/humanitarian programmes
Applications for the above positions can be sent by 18 March 2016 via mail to email@example.com attaching the updated curriculum vitae along with cover letter.Please submit the application letter indicating clearly the position applied.
“Oxfam encourages women, people of ethnic minorities and Dalits to apply.”
We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.