Non-Resident Nepali Association announces vacancy for Chief Executive officer (CEO). Interested candidates can apply for the job. Read the full article below for the job details.
- Doctorate or MPhil or Masters’ Degree in Humanities and Social Sciences, the field of General Management or Business Administration, or Entrepreneurship, Law
- 10 Years’ experience in the field of management, policy planning, development and humanitarian, administration or other relevant sectors.
- Excellent Communication (written and verbal) in English and Nepali Language
- Excellent Presentation, dialogue and Negotiation Skills
- Sound knowledge of National and International Policy, Law, Procedure and Practices.
- Excellent managerial and financial skills to lead any social organization.
- Prior experience of working with Government and national/international organizations.
- Experience on coordination to conduct national; regional and International thematic conferences in different levels.
- Experience on coordination and cooperation with Embassies and consulate offices of Nepal abroad.
- Age above 40 years.
Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) was established with the purpose of uniting and binding the Nepali Diaspora under one umbrella on 11 October, 2003. In the course of completing 18 years of its existence NRNA has developed into a non-governmental global organization and a network of Nepali origin by establishing National Coordination Council (NCC) in 85 countries to represent its interests, concerns and commitments. Wherever we Nepalis may go or settle, whichever nationality we may possess, we never forget our land of origin, the land which holds our identity and soul.
We rejoice in the achievement of our beloved country and her people and are disheartened by their sufferings and failures. Our belief:“Once a Nepali you always remain a Nepali”, is reinforced by our commitment to streamline our energy and resources for the transformation of the Nepali society. It is the duty and responsibility of every nation to promote, represent and safe guard the welfare of its nationals or people of its origin having foreign nationality and this will ultimately be in the interest of the nation. The national interest that can be fulfilled by the diasporas has not been hidden from the international arenas. The network of Nepali Diaspora represented by NRNA has developed itself into a formidable force that can represent Nepali interest globally. Keeping all these in mind, the Government of Nepal has given legal status to Nepali Diaspora by promulgating Non-Resident Nepali Act 2064. For practical purposes Nepali citizens living outside South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) member countries or People of Nepali Origin (PNO) holding foreign nationality other than SAARC nations are considered as NRNs.
Application Deadline: 14th June, 2022