CLEAN UP NEPAL Vacancy for Project Officer


CLEAN UP NEPAL, established in 2014, is a non-governmental organization (NGO) with a mission to clean spaces, clean air, clean water, and knowledgeable communities that thrive with responsible lifestyles and good health. The organization’s focus is to ensure that communities have access to effective solid waste management and water, sanitation, and hygiene systems, along with the necessary knowledge and resources for maintaining a healthy and disease-free lifestyle.

CLEAN UP NEPAL strives to create an inclusive and supportive environment by fostering connections, providing education, and empowering local communities and other stakeholders through a solution-oriented people-centred approach. 

CLEAN UP NEPAL Vacancy Announcement

Position: Project Officer

Required number: 2

Duration: At least 12 months 

Location: Based in the National Office (60% above field visit)

Job Type: Full-time

Remuneration: Gross Salary per month (NPR 50,000 to 60,000)

We are looking for a passionate, proactive, and diligent individual interested and well-experienced in social mobilization and community facilitation. The Project Officer is responsible for all aspects of project implementation at the local level. The project Officer must meet the following requirements as Essential skills and experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Environment or any other with a minimum of 4 years of field-level experience in social mobilization and community facilitation.
  • Experience in reporting, updating databases, and proficiency in MS Office, including MS Excel.
  • Practical work experience in at least one of the following areas: Capacity building, facilitation, coordination with local government, and community groups.
  • Working experience in campaign and advocacy, including mobilizing volunteers for environmental protection.
  • Proficient in coordination, facilitation, mobilization, and reporting.
  • Demonstrates good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Ability to work in a challenging environment.
  • Ability to work effectively with people from different backgrounds and cultures.

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Main Responsibilities

  • Oversee the implementation of assigned projects, ensuring activities are carried out according to the project Gantt Chart and timeline.
  • Coordinate with various stakeholders, including team members, partners, and Kathmandu Metropolitan, Lalitpur Metropolitan and relevant authorities, to facilitate smooth project execution.
  • Monitor project activities, track progress, and assess the achievement of project goals and objectives.
  • Prepare regular reports on project status, including updates on milestones, challenges, and achievements.
  • Assist in budget management, ensuring resources are allocated effectively to meet project requirements.
  • Maintain accurate project documentation, including contracts, reports, and other relevant records.
  • Identify and address any issues or challenges that may arise during project implementation, working towards timely solutions.
  • Communicate effectively with team members, stakeholders, and beneficiaries, ensuring a clear understanding of project objectives and activities.
  • Take the lead in organizing river cleanup campaigns at Bagmati, Manohara, Bishnumati, and other locations.
  • Provide support to enhance the knowledge of informal waste workers, including the implementation of safety net measures (health insurance, WASH facilities, hygiene equipment, PPE etc).
  • Ensure the smooth operation of activities related to the Safa Nepal digital platform. Oversee and facilitate activities to promote the concept of Zero Waste at Schools.
  • Facilitate capacity-building initiatives for project beneficiaries or team members as needed.
  • Ensure that project activities comply with quality standards and organizational guidelines.
  • Ensure adherence to organizational policies and guidelines in all project activities.
  • Adjust project strategies as needed based on evolving circumstances or feedback.
  • Contribute to project evaluations and learning initiatives to improve future project implementations.
  • Identify opportunities for improvement and innovation in project processes and outcomes.
  • Engage with the community and stakeholders to build positive relationships and ensure project relevance.
  • Any other related duties as requested by the office.


Prospective candidates are invited to apply by submitting a motivation letter indicating the position sought, along with an updated CV that includes contact information for two referees. Applications should be sent to and must be received no later than 4 January 2024.

CLEAN UP NEPAL encourages a diverse workforce and practices affirmative action in favour of candidates from Women, LGBTQIA+, Dalit, Janajatis, Madhesis, people with disabilities, and geographically remote areas. Individuals from these backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. CLEAN UP NEPAL retains the right to cancel, postpone, or modify the entire recruitment process without the obligation to provide any specific reasons.