Vacancy Open at Plan International Nepal

Vacancy Open at Plan International Nepal. A girls’ rights group called Plan International works with young people and children all around the world to abolish oppression and gender inequality by giving them the resources and assistance that are specifically suited to their needs and the needs of their communities.

Plan’s comprehensive, rights-based strategy guarantees that project participants realize their full potential with dignity, opportunity, and safety. While operating in more than 75 countries in Africa, Asia, and the Americas. Our initiatives are planned in collaboration with local communities and strategically target fundamental problems that are frequently cut across sectors. By actively involving and offering services to individuals, families, communities, and governments. Plan, a nonprofit organization with strong local networks and community reach, promotes good change via widespread community engagement. Since 1978, Plan International has operate in Nepal.

For the following roles, Plan International Nepal is seeking applications from all qualified individuals, giving preference to women, people of color, and young people.

Position for a Business Development Director (BDD) Position 1

Two-year fixed-term position located in a country office, starting on the day of hire. The business development director is in charge of generating long-term value for Plan International Nepal from both current and potential sources of financing as well as through connections with institutions and businesses. In order to guarantee Plan Nepal’s financial sustainability and that Plan International Nepal has a balanced portfolio of appropriate, medium, and large grants as well as a pipeline of future financing, the role will take the lead in developing a long-term financial growth plan.

Technical Advisor-Gender and Social Inclusion (TAGSI) Position 1

Two-year fixed-term position located in a country office, starting on the day of hire. The Technical Advisor will contribute technical knowledge to the creation and execution of Plan International Nepal’s gender equality and social inclusion strategy (GESI). The main responsibility of the Technical Advisor-GESI is to help Plan International Nepal improve the national and global GESI/GEISA action plan execution by:

  • Dissemination of strategies, plans of action, and directives throughout Plan International Nepal and its associates.
  • Ensure strategic oversight of the program’s development and implementation.
  • In close collaboration with the Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, and Learning team, institutionalize the knowledge and learnings produced.
  • As a non-negotiable Plan International Nepal effort, GESI must integrated into all of our Areas of Global Distinction (AOGDs) throughout design and execution by increasing the capacity of Plan International Nepal staff members and its partners.
How to Apply for Vacancy Open at Plan International Nepal

Visit to learn more about available positions. The application deadline is this coming Saturday, January 15, 2023. Women, candidates from underrepresented groups, and young people will be given preference. Only online applications submitted through People2People are accepted. Only those who have been selected for further consideration will be notified. Canvassing will result in automatic disqualification at any level of the process. Recruitment may take place on a rolling basis due to the urgent need to fill the jobs, and Plan International has the right to choose a candidate before the application deadline.

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