Located in Kathmandu, Nepal
Help to end avoidable blindness
Leading international development organisation
Join one of Australia’s most respected and fastest growing international development organisations – The Fred Hollows Foundation. Working across more than 26 countries, our vision is for a world where no one is needlessly blind. We have an ambitious five-year strategic plan that aims to take The Foundation even closer to realising our vision of ending avoidable blindness.
The FHF Office in Nepal manages the partnership with the Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology (TIO) and other partners and monitors the delivery of high quality and sustainable projects aimed at ending avoidable blindness in Nepal and across the region. We are seeking a motivated and flexible individual who has the capacity to work effectively in cross-cultural environments and has the ability to engage and influence partners and other relevant stakeholders to build strategic advocacy.
Your experience in all stages of project cycle management, computer literacy, managing budgets and fluency in written and spoken Nepali and English will be essential. Other requirements include:
How to apply and who to contact
Applications can be made via the online application form and should include an up to date resume and letter of application which addresses all areas expressed in the ‘experience, skills & attributes’ section of the job description
Alternatively, if you would like further information please contact our Recruitment Specialist Victoria Cawley or Nicole Cunningham via email at email@example.com
Closing Date for Applications: 18th January 2017
Please note: Due to high levels of applications, only successful candidates will be contacted.
The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work. Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment.
Founded in 1992, The Fred Hollows Foundation has been a driving force in the development and implementation of blindness prevention programs in some of the poorest and most isolated regions in the world. Currently operating in 25 countries.