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College Ambassadors

Position: College Ambassador

Duty Station: Kathmandu 

Opening Date: 4th August 2022

Closing Date:  15th August 2022

Working hours: 25 hours per week


Organisation Background

United World Schools Nepal is a charity with the aim of providing quality education to children living in faraway rural villages of Nepal through modern teaching and learning methodology. Since its inception in late 2015, the organisation has successfully constructed 50 schools in Sankhuwasabha, Taplejung and Gulmi district, thus enrolling and ensuring quality education to over 8000 children. In UWS Nepal-managed schools, the quality of education is maintained by formulating a need-based curriculum and introducing well-researched methodologies that allow for greater innovation in the classroom and greater engagement between the in-class lessons and real life. Further, UWS Nepal pro-actively invests in quality education for girls in marginalised communities to empower young women to create better prospects for their families and their futures.

UWS Nepal builds schools, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) facilities, and other infrastructure in the communities where it works. UWS Nepal has been implementing the school construction projects in 11 municipalities of Sankhuwasabha and Gulmi, with expected expansion to others in the coming year. Thus, UWS Nepal invites applications from eligible Nepali candidates for the following position.


Role Summary

We are looking for proactive students with excellent leadership and management skills from various colleges and universities. UWS Nepal College Ambassador Program offers a unique opportunity for current college/university students to get involved in the movement to end educational inequality in remote and marginalised communities across Nepal while building their own personal and professional skills.

College Ambassadors will be trained before organising a program about the UWS Nepal and its program in their colleges and universities. They will work with the fellowship and communication departments of UWS Nepal. This opportunity will equip leadership skill, communication skill and program development and implementing skills to current college/university students.

  

Major duties and responsibilities


  • Initiating, organising and leading UWS Nepal Teaching Fellowship events like college outreach programs and registration booth, representing UWS Nepal in social media and events, classroom announcements, etc., in the college and other programs.

  • Conducting thematic programs in collaboration with college administration, clubs and organisations to promote the work of UWS Nepal. 

  • Running information sessions in college to inform and disseminate information about the UWS Nepal Teaching Fellowship amongst fellow students.

  • Building solid relationships with various people in college, for example, student clubs, lecturers,professors, and the college administrative.

  • Attending training and follow-up meetings with the UWS Nepal team.

  • Building a connection with the other College Ambassador members across the nation to share learning and build professional relationships.

 

Knowledge and core competencies  

  • Should be a Nepali citizen

  • Should be a current college/university student

  • Excellent communication, networking and influencing skills, and the ability to build strong relationships with diverse stakeholders

  • Strong planning, organisation and time management skills

  • Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills

 

How to Apply


To apply for this position, please fill up the form https://forms.gle/3rM3gdLPw29ndrTR9

The deadline for applications is 5 pm, 15th August 2022.

United World Schools, Nepal is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are only able to accept applications from candidates that have the permanent right to employment in Nepal.

UWS Nepal is committed to the safeguarding of children and ensuring we recruit safely is central to this commitment. All applicants will be required to undertake a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check as a condition of employment.