Population Service International (PSI) is pioneer in the field of social marketing with focus on evidence based programming for measureable health impact. As a global network operating in over 60 countries, PSI works with the private and public sector to enable vulnerable populations to lead healthier lives by increasing access to affordable products and services. PSI/Nepal began operations in early 2002 and has been partnering with the Government of Nepal, the private sector and local and international organizations in areas of nationally defined health priorities to create health solutions that are built to last. Its current portfolio includes family planning, maternal, neo-natal and child health, adolescent sexual and reproductive health, and hygiene and sanitation programs.


Jobs Function: NGO / INGO / Social work Jobs Availability: Full Time
Jobs Level: Mid Level Offered Salary: Negotiable
Jobs Location: Kathmandu Min. Experience Year: 3 Years
Education Degree: Master No. of Openings: 1
Deadline: Wednesday, Jan 10, 2018 (9 days left) Preferred Gender: Any

The PBCC/IPC Asst. Manager is responsible for leading the PBCC and supporting IPC program activities, S/he manages and coordinates the field implementation of PBCC/IPC activities in accordance with standards; contributing to the design and. implementation of the provider behavior change communication (PBCC) and medical detailing strategy, branding and non-monetary incentive (NMI) scheme, conducting regular analysis and reporting of data and information related to franchising and providers. S/he works in close loop with the Asst. SF Manager in identifying the needs of the network providers and ensuring that they are motivated (via training, promotional materials, non-monetary incentives etc.) for quality service delivery and meeting the standard of franchise network.

Should have minimum 3 years of progressive working experience in Interpersonal Communication.
Counseling for behavior change of target audience.
Expertise in implementation of Behavior Change Communication interventions geared towards sustainable health behaviors.
Knowledge on health system of Nepal and health services from private sectors in Nepal.
Mission-driven with desire to make a meaningful impact.
Advanced computer skills with working knowledge of design and production of marketing collaterals.
Strong writing and reporting skills.
Excellent spoken and written communication skills in both English and Nepali.

Master’s Degree in related field.

Interested candidates are requested to submit their updated resume with two referees and an application by January 10, 2018 to:jobs@psi.org.np

Telephone calls will not be entertained. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for selection process.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employers”


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