British Gurkhas Nepal
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Grade: E2 Receptionist (Medical Centre)
Location: Kathmandu, British Gurkhas Nepal
Req No: 1
Application Closing Date: 14 December 2021
(Issue date: 02 Dec 21; Ref no 06)
Medical Centre is the key department in British Gurkhas Kathmandu responsible for providing Primary Healthcare to BGN Military personnel and their dependents in Kathmandu. Besides it also gives medical support during Gurkha Recruit Intake each year and formulates medical business administration for BGN in Nepal.
BGN Equal Opportunity Protocol:
HQ BGN believes in and promotes equality and diversity and therefore will not discriminate on grounds of gender, orientation, ethnicity, caste, belief, age, disability or communal background. Attempts to manipulate the recruitment process may lead to disqualification of the application.
Key responsibilities include:
The ideal candidate will have interest in understanding their duties and be a team player. He/She will also show clear communication skills in both English and Nepali and have a good sense of customer service. Candidates must ensure their experience and qualifications address these requirements.
The following behaviours , will be assessed, Teamwork, Communicating and Influencing, Managing a Quality Service, Delivering at Pace (please visit the footnote for better understanding). Shortlisted candidates will be assessed on their Hospitability & English Language Skills.
Benefits & Working Environment:
Please click here for the application form. It must be fully completed and submitted via Jobs Nepal website ONLY by 14 December 2021. Interviews for candidates successful at sift will take place late December 2021.
 Definitions of the listed Behaviours may be found at: