The British Council has had a presence in Nepal since 1959. The British Council office in Nepal has been active in improving the teaching and learning of English, education sector projects and partnership programs, education promotion, UK examination and policy dialogue activities. British Council has also delivered range of Skills programmes in South Asia.
Position: Learning Coordinator
Number of Vacancies: 1
Contract: Consultancy Contract
Region: South Asia
The British Council Nepal is recruiting for Learning Coordinator. This post will lead of coordinating learning, monitoring and evaluation activities for the European Union (EU) funded Dakchyata: TVET Practical Partnership project, contracted to the British Council through a delegation agreement for implementation to the value of Euro 14.1 million over five years.
The Position is responsible for all learning, monitoring, and evaluation activities for the project. The main purpose of the role is two-fold: to gather evidence of impact resulting from project activities, and support the collation of lessons and learning emerging from grant funded pilot projects under the Practical Partnership Fund.
This is an excellent opportunity which would suit someone who has defined career aspirations in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) of donor funded interventions tackling social issues and looking to develop experience and skills within a supportive environment.
Last date to apply: 3 June 2020
HOW TO APPLY
Please visit our website https://www.dakchyata-nepal.org/join-us for detailed TOR and application form.
Interested candidates are encouraged to submit the application form (attached) to PratikMan.Shrestha@britishcouncil.org.np with the title “Learning Coordinator – Dakchyata: TVET Practical Partnership Nepal’ by 6:00 PM Wednesday 3 June 2020
This is re-advertisement so candidates who have applied before are not encouraged to apply again
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Telephone enquiries will not be entertained.
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