WWF Nepal, the global conservation organization leading international efforts for a living planet, seeks applications from qualified Nepali candidates for the following full-time positions. If you think you are an achiever and willing to work within a diverse team in a multicultural environment with commitment and passion for what you believe in, you are highly encouraged to apply.
Under the direct supervision of the Head of Human Resources, the Human Resources Associate is responsible for assisting in planning, implementing and monitoring a variety of HR duties including recruitment and induction, employee contract administration, performance management, staff benefits management, staff database updates, benefits survey, etc. S/he will be responsible for coordinating all HR Events of WWF Nepal.
Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management or related subject with at least 2 years of working experience in an HR position is required. The Human Resources Associate must have good interpersonal, organizing and administrative skills, and the ability to work under time constraints using initiative and judgment.
Interested applicants are requested to download the application form from the website mentioned below and send the same with an application letter to the email address also listed below by 17:00 hours on 23rd February 2021. Please mention the position you are applying for as the subject. Emails without an application letter and completed application form will not be entertained. Only shortlisted candidates will be informed. Detailed TOR for the above-mentioned position can be downloaded here.
WWF is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please join us in our mission to save life on Earth.
WWF is the world’s leading independent conservation organization originated from Switzerland in 1961 and currently running in more than 100 countries across 6 continents. The program started from conservation of wildlife to broader concept of building future where humans can live in harmony with nature. WWF has created 1,480 ecoregions that categorize the world into its natural ecosystems. Nepal with Bhutan, northeast India, southeast Tibet and northern Myanmar, falls under the Eastern Himalaya region housing the threatened species Snow Leopards, Bengal Tigers and One-horned Rhinos.
It was in 1967, WWF initiated WWF Nepal with a rhino conservation program in Chitwan. To keep up with the evolving face of conservation and environmental movement, WWF Nepal’s focus progressed from its localized efforts in conservation of single species in 1960s, integrated conservation and development approach in 1990s, to a new horizon of landscape level conservation encompassing national, regional and global scales of complexity in early 2000s.