Job Title: - Chief Executive Officer
Reports to: - Executive Council
Duty Station: - Kathmandu
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will provide overall leadership and vision in developing the organisation's strategic direction, coordinate and oversee the implementation of the organisation's activities. He/she will be responsible for the overall management of BCN and its projects.
The CEO is appointed by and reports to the Executive Council (EC). The CEO shall keep the EC fully informed of all significant operational, financial and other matters relevant to the organisation. The CEO will not benefit from employment or any other social involvement with any other organization except with the express approval of the EC.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Major Responsibilities: CEO will provide overall leadership and vision in developing the organisation's strategic direction and oversee the implementation of BCN's activities. The CEO is responsible and accountable for overall growth ensuring that BCN's programmes are strengthened and delivered with highest standards through programme development and policy advocacy.
The incumbent will be responsible for overall financial and administrative control of the organization, project management, monitoring, reporting and human resource management. The incumbent should have the proven ability to provide strategic direction, donor intelligence and ensure an effective work structure to maximise productivity and achieve BCN's vision and mission.
Qualifications: PhD or Masters Degree in Conservation, Natural Resource Management, Environmental Science or any other relevant subjects. The incumbent should have over 12 year experience in I/NGOs/Conservation organisations. Ability to use own creativity, judgement and work independently; excellent interpersonal skills and respect for diversity.
Key Competencies: Technically sound in management issues, ornithological research, integrated conservation and development planning, monitoring, program implementation, strong strategic and analytical skills, excellent diplomatic, advocacy and communication skills. Demonstrated leadership ability, including the ability to build a team of highly motivated and well qualified staff, mentoring skills and a strong team player capable of integrating diverse activities within an evolving environment.
Duration: 3 years with possible extension
Annual Gross Remuneration: Negotiable
Interested and qualified Nepali citizens are requested to send their CV and a cover letter stating why you feel you are suitable for this job to the email address below by 30 November 2017. Only short listed candidates will be informed. Detailed TOR for the above – mentioned position can be downloaded from
our website https://www.birdlifenepal.org.
Please submit your application to:
Human Resource Division
Bird Conservation Nepal
PO Box 12465
Lazimpat, Kathmandu, Nepal