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Community Self Reliance Centre (CSRC) Vacancy for Field Coordinator, IMO and Internship

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Community Self-Reliance Centre (CSRC)

Community Self Reliance Centre (CSRC) is an organization working in the field of land-agriculture rights for three decades. Since the organization requires staff in the following positions; Interested and eligible persons are requested to apply by 20th July 2022 at [email protected], the email address of the organization with biodata.

Required posts

Committed Program:

(1) Field Coordinator - 2 persons

(2) Information Management Officer - 1 person

Durable Solutions Program:

1) Field Officer - 2

Land-Agriculture Campaign:

(1) Internship - 1 person

For the responsibilities, the scope of work, and the time period of the mentioned post, please visit the website of the organization at www.csrcnepal.org. Candidates on the preliminary selection list from among the applicants will be notified by email for the written and oral examinations.

Community Self Reliance Centre (CSRC) [Samudayik Aatmanirbhar Sewa Kendra]

Tokha-7, Dhapasi, Kathmandu.

Vacancy Details:

Community Self Reliance Centre (CSRC)

Vacancy Published on 11 July 2022

BRIEF ABOUT VACANCY 

1. About CSRC :

The Community Self-Reliance Centre (CSRC) has been campaigning for comprehensive agrarian reform and the land rights of working farmers and tillers for almost three decades. Through this time, CSRC has worked to organize and raise consciousness amongst those deprived of land rights, build public opinion in favor of progressive land reform, and conduct action-research related to land and agrarian issues. Today, it is regarded as a national resource organizations by intellectuals, and policymakers who are concerned with land and agrarian rights. After the mega-earthquake happened in 2015, the organisation also became involved to strengthen disaster governance issues as well.  

2. Pratibadda-II

PRATIBADDHA-II, Together for Disaster Preparedness and Early Action in Landslide Affected Hills Areas of Nepal funded by EU-Humanitarian Aid. CSRC will lead the field implementation as a consortium approach together with People In Need (PIN), Save the Children (SC) and Scot Wilson Nepal (SWN). The main goal of the project is to build community resilient those are in risk of landslides and floods through strengthening the DRR related agency and mechanism.  

3. Durable Solution-III

The durable solution project is designed based on the learning of Durable Solution I and II implemented in earthquake-affected districts. The aim of DS III is to develop and facilitate the model for durable solutions for landless households at risk of or displaced by floods in Madhesh Pradesh in order to ensure that the vulnerable landless households are put on the path of increased resilience. The People in Need (PIN) and Community Self Reliance Centre (CSRC) jointly collaborate for the execution of project in a consortium-based equal partnership with strong expertise in systemic inclusion in the financial support of Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.

4. Vacancy Detail:

  A.  Pratibadda II

1. Title: Field Coordinator-2  

Duration: 20 Months  

Working station: Bhotekoshi

Rural Municipality, Sindhupalchok-1

Naukunda Rural Municipality, Rasuwa-1  

Major Responsibilities:

  • Identify socio economic conditions of CAT II settlements people and mobilize them to PMEP for strengthening economic conditions with collaboration with the local government.
  • Assist to the consortium team to conduct the SRSP cost benefit analysis and establish support of Early Warning System (EWS) in the community.
  • Assist to the local government for the CAT III case facilitation process.
  • Conduct the mass awareness event, simulation exercise and activities at field level.

Preferred Qualification and Experiences:

  • Knowledge about the Monsoon Affected Private House Reconstruction and Relocation
  • Procedure 2077 and CAT III case facilitation process.
  • Experienced in organizing and facilitating the training, workshop and other capacity building activities for community members.
  • Good knowledge on computer applications such as Microsoft PowerPoint, word, excel and handling the email and internet.
  • Bachelor Degree in DRR or social science or environmental science or development studies
  • At least 3 Years working experience in a similar field.

2. Title: Information and Management Officer-1  

Duration-12 Months (possibility to extend)

Working station: DAO office, Chautara  

Major Responsibilities:

  • Assist and support to DAO for DRR-related data management collecting from the local government.
  • Collect and analyze the monsoon-affected HHs data for appropriate action as per government guidelines.
  • Facilitate to DAO for identification of CAT III beneficiaries and assist for its approval process.
  • Support to DAO for the effective operation of District Emergency Operation Centre (DEOC).
  • Assist to consortium team to conduct the SRSP cost benefit analysis and establishment support of
  • Early Warning System (EWS) in the district.

 Preferred Qualification and Experiences:

  • Bachelor’s degree in information technology, DRR, computer science, engineering public administration, development studies and any other relevant field,
  • At least 2 years relevant work experience, especially within an I/NGO on data management and    communication,
  • Familiar with KoBo toolbox, Arc GIS, data analysis planning and reporting,
  • Documentation familiarity of DAO activities, DRM, data management & community governance,
  • Willingness and ability to work effectively under pressure and ability to multi-task.

# Priority is given to local and candidates if marginalized communities, Dalit and women.

B. Durable Solution III

Title: Field Officer-2

Duration: 6 Months  (Possibility to extend)  

Working Station: Katahariya Municipality of Rauthat-1 and Saptakoshi Municipality of Saptari-1   

Major Responsibilities:

• Develop a detailed plan of the municipality level and implement to achieve the expected results.  

• Build strong collaboration with ward office and municipal level authorities to implement the project effectively and efficiently.  Facilitate the municipal-level orientation and training.  

• Support to local government for the Identification, Verification and recording process of landless and informal settlers, Land Use planning, and government grant claiming process.

• Carryout local level context mapping  

• Regular reporting and follow-up on the ongoing activities  

  Preferred Qualification and Experiences:

• Bachelor's Degree in social science or environmental science and development studies with 5 Years' experience in development.

• Knowledge about current provisions and rules and regulations of DRM, local government planning process, and Budget unlocking methodologies.  

• Experienced in organizing and facilitating the training, workshop and other capacity building activities for community members.

• Good knowledge on computer applications such as Microsoft powerpoint, word, excel and handling the email and internet.   

# Priority is given to local and candidates if marginalized communities, Dalit and women.

C. Land_Agri Campaign  

4. Title: Intern*-1 (paid)   

Duration: 6 Months (Possibility to upgrade as a regular or contract employee)

Working Station: Kathmandu, Office

Major Responsibilities:

• Prepare update and activity level report,  

•  Maintain disaggregated database in the prescribed format,   

• Transcribe the field report and case in English,  

• Assist the Program Officer in preparing monthly progress reports and presentations sheet

Preferred Qualification and Experiences:

• Bachelor's Degree in social science or environmental science or development studies.

• Basic English both written and spoken.    

•  Good knowledge of computer applications such as Microsoft PowerPoint, word, and excel and handling the email and internet. 

# Open only for most marginalized communities members only

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