Assistant Programme Manager Nepal - Internship

Posted by Fiona Richardson on 17 July 2015
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I always feel uneasy about advertising unpaid internships which require a considerable commitment. I am making an exception as this internship with Street Child does look like a fantastic opportunity for someone wanting to start a career in international development to get some heavy duty field experience. It was sent to me by a recent King's War Studies grad who is just off to Nepal to manage this project.

  • Salary unpaid
  • Location Nepal, Asia and Middle East
  • Job Type Voluntary

Job Description

Assistant Programme Manager (intern/volunteer) – Nepal

Street Child are looking for a highly motivated, self-sufficient development professional to support our disaster response programme in Nepal.

The focus of Street Child’s earthquake response is Okhaldhunga District, where Street Child are the lead agency for the UNICEF education cluster - delivering over 40 emergency school projects and coordinating a wider NGO effort

The role will require regular presence in UNICEF and other inter-agency meetings in Kathmandu as well as in Okhaldhunga. In Okhaldhunga, the focus will be on ensuring excellent project progress, monitoring and in particular, ensuring the effective NGO coordination in the education sector through weekly meetings. There will be a lot of independent work.

We are urgently looking for an excellent candidate who:

  • Is available to start no later than early September;
  • Holds a relevant Masters degree;
  • Boasts excellent communication & relationship-buildings skills;
  • Is highly self-sufficient, hard-working; and possesses strong initiative.

This role is for an initial three-month period, with an expectation of extension in Nepal – or transfer into one of Street Child’s post-Ebola programmes in either Sierra Leone or Liberia.

It is hoped that this role will provide an entry point for a longer career in the organisation.

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