AHTCS is hiring a veterinarian for the post of Service Provision Officer in its Sustainable equine welfare through improved human behavior & working environment Project (SEWP) to be based at one of the SEW Project District. The project aims to improve the welfare of working equids in its operational areas.
Position: Veterinarian (Service Provision Officer)
Duty Station: AHTCS SEWP field office with regular travel to project sites of Banke/ Bardiya and Dang.
Project: Sustainable Equine Welfare through Improved Human Behaviour and Working Environment Project (SEWP)
Level: AHTCS level 7
Responsible to: SEWP Project Coordinator/AHTCS Executive Director
Key qualifications and competencies:
Minimum Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Science or Doctor of Veterinary Medicine with 1-2 years working experience in livestock-related project management.
Excellent interpersonal and networking skills; knowledge in executing training and community development
Provide periodic and Emergency health service to the equines of project sites
Coordinate with the local level stakeholders of equine sector for enhancing the equine
Support welfare groups in identifying welfare needs
Provide issue-based training on equine welfare, Animal health and management
Supervision and technical capacity building of Welfare Facilitators
Reporting, planning and documentation of project activities
Consultation and development of project concept note, project strategy with PC, Executive Director, Executive Committee and other related Personnel and professionals
Good understanding of working equine welfare issues in Nepal
Experience in coordination, monitoring, evaluation and documentation of project
Ability to work independently and as a part of a unique and inter-dependent team structure as well as ability to use participatory planning skills
Strong skill and proven ability in planning, problem solving and leadership
Ability/self-discipline to develop personal goal, plan and achieve them
Able to and by example coach/encourage people
Proven ability in making critical decisions
Excellent verbal and written communication skill both in Nepali and English languages and computer skills
Interested candidates are requested to apply with a motivation letter and a recent CV to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 5:00 PM 25th of May, 2021. Candidates are requested to mention their respective expected salaries in an application.
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Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further assessment. AHTCS reserves the right to accept or reject applications without assigning any reason thereof.
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Animal Health Training and Consultancy Service (AHTCS) was established in 2000 as a service-oriented, non-profit making non-governmental organization for improving the living standard of marginalized communities through partnership with national and international organization and agencies. It was started by Animal Health Improvement Program (AHIP) of Rural Development Centre (RDC) under the direction of United Mission to Nepal in 1981 to address the myriad of constraints faced by rural livestock raisers. It is registered in District Administration Office Kaski and affiliated with Social Welfare Council. It works for the benefit of its target communities in the areas of animal health, husbandry and equine welfare. It also addresses need-based livestock-mediated program diversification such as livelihood enhancement via agriculture practices.