Senior Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager: Dakchyata TVET PP
South Asia
Country / Territory
Education & Society
Job Category
Project Management
Pay Band
Locally appointed Grade F
Vacancy Description
Three Years-Fixed Term Contract of Employment | Region: South Asia | Country: Nepal | Location: Kathmandu | Department: Programs

This post will lead monitoring and evaluation activities for the European Union (EU) funded Dakchyata: TVET PP project, managed and implemented by the British Council in Nepal through a delegation agreement to the value of Euro 14.1 million over four years from 2017-2021.    


The Nepal Operation

The British Council has had a presence in Nepal since 1959. The British Council office in Nepal has been active in improving the teaching and learning of English, education sector projects and partnership programs, education promotion, UK examination and policy dialogue activities. British Council has also delivered range of Skills programmes in South Asia.  


The Dakchyata: TVET Practical Partnership project has the overall objective of contributing to Nepal’s inclusive and sustainable growth through investment in human capital and by creating better employment opportunities.       The specific objective is to strengthen and implement more effectively a TVET policy responsive to labour market needs  and pilot an integrated Public Partnership Approach in three key economic sectors  i) agriculture (commercial farming and food production), ii) construction, iii) tourism, that offer opportunities for promoting the transition to a greener, climate-resilient, low-emission economy. 

If you are interested to apply, for further information please see the documents below:

British Council Behaviours
BC Core skills
Role Profile

Closing date:  UK time: 23:59, 18 April 2018

The British Council is committed to a policy of equal opportunity. British Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all of its partners to share this commitment. In line with the British Council’s Child Protection policy, any appointment is contingent on thorough checks. In the UK, and in other countries where appropriate systems exist, these include criminal records checks.