Position:  Organizer

Number of Vacancies:  2

Job location:  Bajhang district of Nepal

Education Level: Passed +2 from an educational institution recognized by the Government of Nepal.

Experience required:

Minimum qualifications:

A) Nepali citizen.

B) Passed +2 from an educational institution recognized by the Government of Nepal.

C) Must be between 20 and 45 years old.

D) 3 months or 6 months computer training certificate.

E) Experience in related fields and local applicants will be given priority.

F) Must have a driver’s license.

E) Not disqualified by other prevailing laws.


The role of the organizer is to organize and prepare the work by the nurses and male health staff. This includes ensuring working with school staff to determine time, classes, and locations of the teaching, arranging transportation of the nurses and male staff to and from the schools/villages. It also involves arranging for food and lodging of the teaching staff as well as other organizational tasks that may arise.

The position is as full-time (100%) staff of the HEAR Nepal project.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Coordinate and prepare the work of the nurses and the male health staff with the schools and communities. This includes determining the number of students who will be taught in each class, inspection of the classrooms, etc.
  • Arrange transportation for the nurses and male health staff to the schools involved and back and transport of the needed brochures and menstrual pads to the schools.
  • Arrange for food and lodging for the nurses and the male health staff for the time required.
  • Support the nurses and male health staff while they are teaching in the schools.
  • Provide a designated teacher with emergency supplies of menstrual pads.
  • Coordinate and organize informational meetings with the mothers of menstruating schoolgirls for them to receive menstrual pads and information about the menstrual cycle.
  • Arrange and coordinate a one-time 4-hour informational presentation or workshop by the nurses about menstruation and MHM to the approximately 30 local Female Community Health Volunteers (FCHVs) that come from the villages we are focusing on.
  • Handling the finances involved at the local level, such as payments for food and lodging, transportation and other costs that arise and regularly reporting back to the Bajhang office about money spent, providing invoices and receipts.
  • Manage and maintain computerized records.
  • Liaise with the District Project Coordinator and ensure that the reporting is managed and maintained effectively.
  • Facilitate the timely flow of information required from top to bottom and vice versa.
  • Analyze the achievements each month and help in developing a strategy to meet the project target as per set plan.
  • Assist the management team at monitoring & evaluation of all project activities.
  • Conduct field visits with checklist to assess the progress of the program.
  • Prepare and submit reports to the District Project Coordinator.
  • Perform any other duties as may be reasonably requested by District Project Coordinator.
  • Work with all the team members in good spirit and in co-operation.
  • Participate in internal and external meetings/workshops/seminars, such as the training of the nurses and male teachers, as/when required.