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Vacancy Announcement

Job Vacancy

Published Date : 4 Dec, 2018        Application Deadline : 11 Dec, 2018

Pravasi Nepali Coordination Committee (PNCC) is one of the leading organizations in Nepal working in migration sector for past ten years. For an immediate appointment, PNCC invites applications from qualified and experienced Nepali individuals for the below mentioned position.

1. Position: Program Assistant (Kathmandu Based)                                     Required No: 1

Required Competencies;

  • Minimum 10+2 (Bachelor’s Degree preferred) in Social Science or any other discipline
  • Good communication, documentation, report writing and clients dealing skills
  • Quick hand in computer application in MS-Word & Excel Sheet  
  • Experience of working in migration sectors and Nepali typing skill will be an added advantage

Major responsibilities;

  • Assist for collecting information, registering, filing documents in excel sheet, maintaining visitors’ log book, data entry and case files of supported ones
  • Assist project team for rescue, counseling and legal remedial services to the distressed migrant workers
  • Help service seekers to file case or application process for claiming compensation and benefits
  • Carryout any other responsibility as required as assigned by project team

Service Duration for the Position: Initially 7 months with possibility of extension

Application procedures: Qualified and interested individuals can send a letter of  interest, updated CV with PP size photo and contact details of two referees to vacancy@pncc.org.np within 11 December, 2018, 5:00 PM Nepali Time. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further screening process. Telephone enquiries will not be entertained.

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