Good Neighbors Nepal (GNN) is a national NGO working in Nepal since 2002 with the objective of improving the lives of people, especially community through education, livelihood activities, health services, WASH, advocacy, network building and disaster risk reduction. GNN invites application for following positions for Livelihood Rehabilitation Project at Gorkha Office in the funding of World Vision International Nepal.
Procurement Officer: (One)
Maintain transparent and correct procurement process, proper coordination with functional departments as per the requirements of Supply Chain Management Policy
Minimum Qualification and Experience required:
Bachelor's degree (and/or perusing similar studies) in Management/Supply Chain with at least two years of work experience in Development organizations.
Preference will be to those who have already acquainted with the WVIN SCM Policy
Good Neighbors Nepal (Ashal Chhimeki Nepal) is working since 2002 in Nepal from after registration in District Administration Office, Kathmandu with the goal of transformation of the community development through livelihood improvement with the focus to helpless, disable, old aged people and imparting them for the self reliant of them. In addition to this, children are the focal point of the organization in line with their family and community. Moreover, education, health & WASH, livelihood, emergency response along with cross cutting issues are the major areas of intervention for ensuring the improved livelihood of the community people.
Currently, it is working in 14 different districts of Nepal and implementing five different kinds projects: Community Development Projects, Food for New Village, and Village Income through Value Addition, Livelihood Improvement Project and Capacity Building on Recovery & Resilient Project. The focused group of the target community is the backward and marginalized people of the communities for example, Pahari a ethnic minority, dalit, Ex-Kamaiyas (ex-bonded labor), geographically excluded regions (Karnali) and the ultra poor. This is very important to improve the living standard of them for mainstreaming them along with providing the accessibility in the services. In this way we can transform the community for the sustainable development and leading through holistic community development.