|Experience||:||At least two years’ experience working in the development field. Knowledge of governance and gender issues.|
|Documents Required||:||CV (Resume)|
|Job Category||:||NGO / INGO / Social work|
|Job Type||:||Full Time|
|Educational Qualification||:||Bachelor’s or higher-level graduate degree in development studies; public policy or relevant social science degree.|
|Expiry Date||:||2018-12-10 - Expired|
Program Assistant- Subnational Governance
The DFAT-TAF Strategic Partnership on Subnational Governance in Nepal is responding to the opportunities and challenges emerging from the country’s transition to federalism. Since the end of a decade-long conflict in 2006, high expectations for inclusive governance and effective economic development have largely gone unmet due to political stalemates, a failure to rebuild local governance, and entrenched corruption. However, the constitution signed in September 2015 marked the beginning of Nepal’s transition from a unitary to a federal system guaranteeing locally elected officials the authority to self-govern and define local economic development. The Partnership works in the following strategic areas:
Strategic Area 1: Generating Evidence and Data on Subnational Governance
Strategic Area 2: Support for Nepal’s Transition to Federal Governance
Strategic Area 3: Improving Local Governance Service Delivery and Economic Governance
Recognizing Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) as a key driver of inclusive local governments and sustainable development, the Partnership focuses on integrating GESI as a cross cutting theme across all program activities.
SUMMARY OF JOB RESPONSIBILITY
The Program Assistant will be responsible for providing administrative, program, and management support to its Subnational Governance program. S/he will also provide support for activities in other program areas as assigned.
- At least two years’ experience working in the development field. Knowledge of governance and gender issues.
- Bachelor’s or higher-level graduate degree in development studies; public policy or relevant social science degree.
Excellent communication skills, creative thinking; willing to take initiatives; ability to critically analyze information; fully conversant with using the Microsoft Office suite of programs, particularly MS Word, Excel, and Power Point; strong inter-personal skills; and ability to work effectively and harmoniously with colleagues from varied cultures and professional backgrounds; willingness to undertake duty travel to districts.
- Provide administrative and technical support in the overall management of The Asia Foundation Australian Government Partnership on Subnational Governance program.
- Assist in negotiating program contents and budget allocations with potential partners.
- Draft and finalize letters of agreement for approved projects in assigned areas and expedite grant payments in accordance with monthly spending targets.
- Arrange logistics of trainings, workshops, conferences, and interaction programs, as necessary.
- Arrange for and conduct field visits and meetings with implementing NGO partners and representatives.
- Coordinate with the program staff and finance unit on financial reporting of assigned projects and verification of grantees.
- Coordinate all grant administration tasks with the grants unit.
- Coordinate with administration on all logistics requirements.
- Ensure timely collection of relevant data, information, and reports from the field as well as all program partners.
- Any other tasks as assigned by the Country Representative or designate.
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