United Mission to Nepal (UMN) is a Christian faith-based international development organisation which aims to enable the poorest people living in poverty to transform their lives, leading towards fullness of life. UMN recognises the need of the younger generation to acquire relevant knowledge, exposure and skills for developing their leadership potential and invites applications from qualified young graduates to engage in learning transformational development through its Internship Programme.
The programme is designed to be a shared experience, keeping both professional development and spiritual formation in view. The interns will learn and grow along side experienced development professionals in UMN through their involvement in one of these specialised fields: Education, Sustainable Livelihoods, Disaster Management & Environment, Community & Mental Health, Gender, Disability & Peacebuilding, Good Governance, Information Technology Services, Programme Management, Finance, Funding, Communications, Human Resource Management and Integral Development.
This internship programme is suitable for you if you have a bachelor’s degree from a recognised university in any field of study and if you are:
- Passionate to see the holistic transformation of poor communities;
- Keen to learn the dynamics of community development by engaging with the poor and marginalised communities in remote places;
- A committed member of a local church with willingness to build capacity of Christian community in addressing poverty of all forms;
- Interested to gain in-depth understanding of theology of development;
- Willing to commit to a 12-month time internship programme;
- Below 30 years of age.
During the internship period an allowance will be provided to the interns to cover basic expenses.
Send your filled-in application form to United Mission to Nepal, PO Box 126, Thapathali, Kathmandu or electronically to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 8 June, 2018 or 25 Jestha 2075. UMN especially encourages applications from women, people from marginalised groups in remote places and people with disabilities. UMN has a selection process and only short-listed candidates will be invited to participate in an assessment process. UMN reserves the right not to appoint, or to postpone appointment.
For further information or to receive an application form please contact UMN office at email@example.com or phone 4228118 / 4268900 / 4228060. Application forms can also be downloaded from our website: www.umn.org.np/vacancy