Samari Utthan Sewa (SUS) is a non-government, not-for-profit social development organization. It was founded in 2008 by a group of committed youths from the Dalit community. It has been working with the Dalit, poor, vulnerable, and other socially excluded segments of the society focusing on their basic needs and improving livelihoods, while also contributing to the process of empowering them to raise their voices for the cause of human rights, particularly Dalit and women human rights, and it is now seeking qualified Nepali citizens for the following positions.
“Sustainable institutional management – The way forward for empowering national partner organizations” is a year-long project that aims to help community-based groups, their networks, and organizations to fulfill their missions. The project trains leaders from various sectors of society to craft on-the-ground strategies for common problems, such as livelihood, human rights, education, and social injustice. The project assesses organizations’ institutional and financial viability and offers guidance to develop the human resources and policies necessary for sustainability. It identifies and engages with community-based organizations (CBOs) that are operated by Women and marginalized communities. Because of the negative impacts of COVID-19 and inherited structural discrimination in the project area, this project follows its goal through a capacity development approach, whereby people are inadequately prepared and unable to cope with the impact of COVID-19 due to the lack of strong institutional and organized capacity, skill, and knowledge. By supporting strengthening community-based institutions’ governance and leadership, strategic planning, and financial and human resource systems, these institutions will be better placed to successfully deliver programs and ensure local sustained ownership.
SUS calls for an Expression of Interest (EOI) with a detailed proposal and budget breakdown to provide consultancy service for developing an organizational working manuals, guidelines, policies, and orientation/training programme for the SUS’s staff and board members.
Position Title: External Consultant for developing an organizational policies, manuals and guidelines.
Please find the TOR to provide consultancy service for developing organizational policies, manuals and guidelines.
SUS is seeking experienced and qualified consultants or consultancy firms for the assignment. Interested consulting firms or consultants with previous experience are requested to apply by 18th July 2022. Eligible consultants/firms can submit their financial and narrative proposals at firstname.lastname@example.org. The applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
Only shortlisted applications will be called for interview. Candidates from Dalits, women, and marginalized groups are especially encouraged to apply to mention the position title, expected salary, or remuneration.