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NGO Job – Office Assistant, Field Mobilizer, Field Officer ! (8384 views)


Organization: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Position: Field Officer

Number of Vacancies: 1

Location: Bardiya, & Kailali

Qualification/Experience : Bachelor in Environment Management, Social economy, Nature Sources Management or Related Subject & 3 Years’ experience in Relevant Field.

Position: Field Mobilizer

Number of Vacancies: 2

Location: Rajpur Nagarpalika, Geruwa Nagarpalika, Bardiya or Tikapur Nagarpalika, Janaki Gaupalika, Kailali

Qualification: +2 Pass with 1 year Experience in Relevant Field.

Position: Office Assistant

Number of Vacancies: 1

Location: Nepalgunj

Qualification: S.L.C./S.E.E. Pass, 1 year experience in office assistant Field, Knowledge of Computer word, excel.

Last date to apply: 2075/12/07


Interested candidates are requested to submit their application along with CV, educational/experience certificates and citizenship to Social Development and Research Center Office Dhambojhi, West of Waterpark, Nepalgunj or Field Office, Rajapur Bardiya or email to [email protected] , contact 081-526505, 084-460005.

Source: nepalgunj News, 15 March 2019
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