School Mobilizer

Website UWS Nepal


School Mobilizer

Duty station: Sankhuwasabha, Gulmi, and Taplejung
No. of Position(s): 6 (six)
Reports to: Education Officer
Closing date: 12th June 2024

Role Summary

The School Mobilizer will work fully with the education team and experts and will be responsible for updating regular school activities. He/She will be the point of contact with school administration, students, SMC/PTA, the community, and the parents. He/She will monitor the school’s internal and external environment keeping track records and reporting to the respective EOs. He/She should be able to share the organization’s vision and mission with the beneficiaries and stakeholders of the school and collect data on UWSN’s ongoing projects and programs.

Major Responsibilities

  • Monitoring regular school activities and motivating teachers in fulfilling their duties and responsibilities
  • Monitoring & record-keeping and reporting school internal and external environments
  • Identifying urgent needs for school and reporting to the line manager
  • Collecting and recording school data and documents i.e., student monthly attendance, meeting minutes, exam results, photos, and other related documents, and providing them to the line manager for documentation
  • Monitoring monthly education resources and their use
  • Implementation of UWS’ Child Protection Policy in all UWS Nepal schools, including raising Child Protection concerns to Child
  • Protection Regional and National Leads
  • Implementation of UWS’ Inclusion Policy at the school level
  • In collaboration with regional child protection lead work on the identification of the child protection and safeguarding issues
  • Teacher classroom observation
  • Meeting with SMC/PTA school staff and parents on a monthly basis
  • Visiting and counseling students’ parents who have a low attendance rate
  • Track down intervention measures for children at risk
  • Collect children’s case stories from his/her cluster schools

Qualification and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in any discipline, experience in the teaching field, and training in education and working with children and school will be preferable.
  • Willing to work with children, teachers, parents, and the community
  • Should have an understanding of the education system of government schools in rural Nepal
  • Good communication skills within an organization, education stakeholders, and the
  • Flexible to work long hours beyond working hours
  • Able to work in a multicultural environment
  • Basic proficiency in Nepali languages and understanding of the English language
  • Computer skills
  • Report writing skills

How to Apply

To apply for this position, please send a comprehensive CV (max two pages), citizenship
copy, and qualification document copies to The deadline

for applications is 5 pm on 12th of June 2024.

UWS Nepal is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are only able to accept applications from candidates that have the permanent right to employment in Nepal. UWS Nepal is committed to the safeguarding of children and ensuring we recruit safely is central to this commitment. All applicants will be required to undertake a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check as a condition of employment.

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