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Vacancies with UMN

United Mission to Nepal currently has jobs available. The candidate is required to be qualified, highly motivated and competent with relevant experience.

The current vacancies are:

Kathmandu-based roles (for visa holder) require appropriate qualifications to Masters level or equivalent and considerable relevant work experience.  We normally require a minimum four year initial commitment for these. Some posts will require occasional trips to UMN working areas.

  • Communications Advisor to take a leading role in sharing UMN's work with an international audience. Great opportunity to work in a strong team and make a positive impact. Excellent written English, proven ability to write creatively, advanced proof-reading skills required.  Background may be in journalism, media, English teaching or fund-raising/advertising.  Needed as soon as possible.
  • Finance Advisor to work alongside our Nepali professionals to ensure that sound financial practices are implemented, to properly manage the funds entrusted to us.  A strong financial background, preferably with accountancy is required and experience in the not-for-profit sector would be an advantage. Needed as soon as possible.
  • Expatriate Support Advisor to be responsible for supporting all expatriates in their roles, to liaise with Sending Agencies, to oversee expatriate recruitment, to advise on HR matters for all UMN expatriates, and to co-ordinate the Language & Orientation Program. Background may be HR, Intercultural Studies, Member Care, Language teaching, or other related fields.  Prior cross-cultural experience is required; in Nepal preferred. This post needs to be filled ideally by August 2018.



  • General Surgeons for United Mission Hospital Tansen, to deal with both elective and emergency surgery and to teach and mentor junior Nepali doctors.  Flexibility, the ability to work in a resource-limited setting and an interest in teaching are required.  For visa purposes, applicants must currently be registered with the national regulating body in their own country.  Long-term applicants preferred. Pathologist for United Mission Hospital Tansen. A lab is being set up for histopathology services. At present the hospital does 10-15 biopsies in a week and it may go up once the services are established. The pathologist would train the local manpower as well as working as a pathologist. Needed as soon as possible.
  • Tutorial Group teacher for United Mission Hospital Tansen. Needed for one year from July 2018. To teach a small group of delightful expatriate children ages 5-11 from a variety of countries, and manage the tutorial group.



  • Community Medical Officer/ General Practitioner for Okhaldunga Community Hospital (UMN OCH). Medical Doctor with experience in public health to cooperatively work with the hospital and community health section in regards to the vision and strategy of the UMN OCH as a whole, taking responsibility for overall development and continuation of the referral system, TB DOTS programme, HIV/AIDS programmes, health education programme, nutrition rehabilitation center and maternal and child health clinic. Needed as soon as possible.



Successful candidates will have relevant qualifications and experience.

Church Mission Society places individuals, couples and families in over 45 countries around the world as we seek to share the love of Jesus and see our world transformed. Our placements are self-funding with extensive support in fundraising given to those who serve long-term (4+ years). All placements are subject to DBS clearance. Church Mission Society is only able to directly test the calling of those who are rooted in UK/European churches.

Terms and conditions depend upon the location of each opening and the duration of the placement offered. Short-term opportunities (4 months to 2 years) are self-funded, with CMS offering residential, cross-cultural training. Long-term mission partners serve for 4-6 years minimum. We work on a fully resourced basis to ensure your funding, learning and support are in place together, through connecting to local churches and your wider networks. Individualised learning plans are developed for preparation and during service for those on long-term service.