International Labour Organization
The International Labour Organization (ILO) is the UN specialized agency dealing with work and workplace issues, and related rights and standards. Its overarching goal is to achieve decent work for all so everyone benefits from working conditions that offer freedom, equity, security and human dignity Nepal joined the ILO in 1966. In view of the increasing need for support in Nepal…
Within the policy and procedural requirements established by the ILO, the Project Coordinator/Technical Officer will be responsible for managing the day-to-day implementation and coordination of activities to ensure the delivery of outputs towards the achievement of the Programme objectives. The Project Coordinator/Technical Officer will maintain close contacts with relevant representatives of the government, employers’ and workers’ organizations in the Programme countries and provide technical support in promoting decent work through formalization. Promoting gender equality in all Progamme activities will be a key element of the Programme.
Manage the day-to-day implementation and monitoring of the activities by providing technical guidance and closely coordinating with the project staff in all Programme countries, while ensuring conformity with ILO policies and procedures.
Advanced university degree in international relations, development studies, economics, geography, demography, or the relevant field.
Excellent knowledge of English.
Conditions of employment
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