Centre for Educational Policies and Practices
Established in 1991, the Centre for Educational Policies and Practices (CEPP) seeks to promote education as the foundation for sustained prosperity in the Nepalese society and the world at large - guided by social justice. CEPP wishes to a) induce changes by putting parents and teachers at the centre of educational reform efforts; b) ensure right to basic education through…
Duty Station: Chandranagar, Sarlahi (Residential)
Term of Appointment: Annual contract, open ended and performance dependent
Remuneration: Negotiable according to qualifications & experience within a framework.
Start Date: To be started immediately.
This is a leader-manager position with a high degree of activism and zeal. Job involves working with school teachers, parents and local authorities in both formal and informal settings focused on primary level.
Promotion and Advocacy
Management and Monitoring:
Reporting and Documentation
Key Qualification, Competencies and scope
Desired Personal Qualities
Interested candidates may submit a letter of motivation (mention expected salary) and CV with a photograph to the following firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com stating on the subject line ‘Application for the Field Coordinator’ (exactly).
Deadline for application: 18th July, 2021
Interviews with selected candidates may take place within two weeks after the deadline for applications. More than one interview and written assessments may be necessary.