Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, Livelihoods Specialist

  • Full Time
  • Anywhere
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WWF Nepal, the global conservation organization leading international efforts for a living planet, seeks applications from qualified Nepali candidates for the following full-time position. If you think you are an achiever and willing to work within a diverse team in a multicultural environment with commitment and passion for what you believe in, you are highly encouraged to apply.

Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

Major Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the Head of Program Development & Monitoring, the Monitoring & Evaluation Officer (M&E Officer) will be responsible for overall implementation of the Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Framework in accordance with WWF Nepal’s Strategic Plan. S/he will coordinate with the thematic/goal leads and cross-cutting leads for effective implementation of programs, and project monitoring frameworks under WWF Nepal’s Strategic Plan.

Qualifications: A Masters’ degree in Natural Resource Management, Wildlife Ecology, Environment, or related Natural Science field with at least three years of field experience in monitoring and evaluation, and implementation and management of natural resource management projects is required. The M&E Officer must be technically proficient in data storage and analysis and must have strong communication skills.

Livelihoods Specialist

Major Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the Conservation Program Director, the Livelihoods Specialist will be responsible for effective mainstreaming of sustainable livelihoods approach/agenda into the thematic components of conservation and development programs and processes of WWF Nepal. This position will be responsible for development and implementation of livelihoods and economic recovery initiatives, strategic planning, partnership building, resource mobilization, monitoring, and evaluation of sustainable livelihoods agenda to document lesson learnt and support fundraising.

Qualifications: A Master’s degree in Sociology, Sustainable Rural Development, Forestry, or relevant Environmental Conservation fields with at least five years of field experience in implementing and managing sustainable livelihoods work is required. The Livelihood Specialist must have strong diplomacy, conflict resolution and listening skills, and capacity for impartiality.

**This is the readvertisement of the vacancy announcement for the position of Livelihood Specialist on 30th September 2021 and 6th October 2021. Candidates who have applied previously need not apply again.

Interested applicants are requested to download the application form and submit it with an application letter to the email address listed below by 17:00 hours on 1st December 2021. Please mention the position you are applying for in the subject. Emails without an application letter and completed application form will not be entertained. Only shortlisted candidates will be informed. Detailed TOR for the above-mentioned position can be downloaded from our website.



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Source: The Himalayan Times, Kathmandu, 17 November, 2021