Head/Manager/Consultant – Project Finance


The Accelerating Public and Private Investment in Infrastructure Component (APPIIC) of the UKAID funded Accelerating Investment in Infrastructure in Nepal (AIIN) programme is managed by IMC Worldwide. The UK Government’s Department for International Development through APPIIC supports the easing of constraints that impede investment in infrastructure and Investment Board of Nepal (IBN) in investment promotion, project development and the implementation…

Job Information

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    Duty Station Nepal
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    Type of Appointment Full time
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    No. of Openings 1 opening
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    Salary Negotiable / Monthly
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    Job Level : Mid-Level
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    Job Experience : 5+ years
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    Job Category NGO | INGO | Charity
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    Job Qualification : Related Field
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    Posted Date : Nov 02, 2021

Job Description

Line Manager: CEO

LOE: Full-time from appointment from December 2021 onwards to 31st March 2023

Scope of Work:

  • His/her responsibilities will be to undertake and lead the appraisal of projects’ and support their development to a state of agreed viability within IBN. In particular, he/she will carry out within their scope of work the following tasks:
  • Conduct appraisal of projects, including their costs, benefits and risks
  • Explore thoroughly the value-for-money opportunities that can be exploited during implementation
  • Assist IBN by providing an understanding of the business case (an iterative process)
  • Provide information on best practices in infrastructure sector specifically hydro projects
  • Interact with local and global capital providers including credit rating agencies to create innovative financial structures.
  • Provide support to develop the IBN Project Bank (i.e., identification, appraisal and prioritization of projects) and contribute to the IBN Project Pipeline Dashboard
  • Communicate, coordinate and provide support to IBN’s other business units
  • Perform any other relevant and instructed activities by the CEO


  • The Consultant will deliver a presentation related to each project appraised/under development that summarizes the key findings and either dismisses a project, supports development opportunities for a given project, or recommends it for endorsement on the basis of a strong business case.
  • Inputs as appropriate to OIBN’s and APPIIC’s internal and external monthly, quarterly, six-monthly/annual reporting requirements.

Required Qualification & Experience

  • Full time (2 years) Master’s degree in Business Administration with specialization in Finance or a Chartered Accountant or a CFA with at least 5 years of work experience
  • At least three years of working experience in business/investment project development within either a private sector corporate body, bank, financial institution or government development-focused agency/authority
  • Proven understanding of financial planning/appraisal, project development, implementation and management; and, monitoring and evaluation
  • Should be able to prepare sophisticated financial models independently with sensitivity and scenario analysis. Individuals having knowledge of macros in excel will be preferred.
  • Preference will be given to candidates who have been involved in project finance and financial closure activities in the infrastructure sector.
  • Proven experience in undertaking research and related publication
  • Proven experience in conducting training and event management
  • IT software proficiency (MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint) with good report-writing and presentation skills.
  • Excellent command of written and spoken Nepali and English language
  • A Nepali citizen or a resident in Nepal or an individual willing to relocate to Kathmandu, having worked abroad in the financial sector will be given preference.

For detailed TOR, please click HERE

How to Apply

Eligible candidates should apply before 17:00 hrs on the 16th November 2021 by submitting their CV and a cover letter via email to: procurement@appiic.com. Candidates should reference the position in the email subject line