HR and Training coordinator


Last Updated: 16th November 2017 (over 5 years ago)

Address
United States

E-mail
Locked

Phone Number
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Gender
Male

Age Range
35 to 44

Qualification Level
Degree

Languages
English, Hindi, Korean, Urdu

Summary

Dear Sir/Madam,

My name is Krishna Prasad Subedi, currently pursuing Master Degree in Conflict Resolution and Coexistence (The Heller School for Social Policy and Management) at Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, USA. I am writing my dissertation and I will complete my graduation in December 2017. The dissertation can be submitted from anywhere. I have also completed another Master Degree in Anthropology from Tribhuvan University (Nepal), and PhD in Sociology from Hallym University (South Korea). Most currently, I am working in the New York City Commission on Human Rights as Assistant Research and Training Coordinator in Manhattan, New York. My major work in the NYC Commission on Human Rights is to assist with support of the director of training and associate human rights specialist in research, monitoring and evaluation of the program, co-writing, drafting and reviewing papers on conflict resolution, community mediation, building education T-plan, human resource management, restorative justice, building livelihood and community bureau service.
I have also worked with some reputed organizations such as World Education Nepal as Program Coordinator, Nobel Academy Nepal as Lecturer, Nepal Television as News Reporter, Public Welfare Society Nepal as Program Coordinator, Moonshine English Boarding School as a Teacher and some other internships and research in education and conflict resolution field. I have also worked with Microfinance and Livelihood, Monitoring and Evaluation program (that is my core subject to my university as well), Child Rights, Education, Refugee and IDPs Resettlement, Human Rights, Protection of National Origin and Immigrant Status, Conflict Resolution and Mediation. Long academic and professional experience including conflict resolution, restorative justice and community respondent plan through core education model, taught me that, conflict is not simply disagreement, which can be a healthy and effective characteristic of work groups. Disagreeing is the expression of differing opinions in open discussion which is not laden with negative emotions like those that accompany conflict. It also made me how to become interested in building a relationship between the conflict parties through mediation and restorative practice and mechanisms of the immune response which teaches the people to respect others and rejoice the dignity and human rights.
It is my firm belief that our world is passing through a situation which naturally demands qualified social scientists who can address key issues such as conflict, education, discrimination and harassment, human rights violation, child protection, women and maternal health, poverty, livelihood, color, sex, gender, disability, issue of the LGBTQ, unemployment, climate change and so forth. I hope, my transferable skills make me a solid candidate for “HR and Training Coordinator” position. I will make myself available at your convenience by 01-347-657-3233, krishnasubedi@brandeis.edu, krishnasubedikr@gmail.com, and Krishna9070 by Skype. I look forward to your telephone call or email to arrange a time for further discussion. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Sincerely,
Krishna Prasad Subedi
Graduate School, Conflict Resolution and Coexistence (COEX)
The Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University
415 South St, Waltham, 02453, Massachusetts, United States
Email: krishnasubedi@brandei.edu, krishnasubedikr@gmail.com. Cell No: 01-347-657-3233.

Education

Hallym University
Ph.D. in Sociology

   Aug 2010
— Sep 2013

Comparative survey of sociological inquiry, taught as a practicum. Philosophy of social science; values and research; research agendas and research problem formulations; research process; explanations. interpretation; study design; concept formation, measure, sampling, data acquisition, inference; rhetoric and presentation of findings.

Experience

New York City Commison Human Rights, NY USA
HR Trainer Assistant

   May 2015
— Current

• Research and writing about areas covered by the New York City Human Rights Law.
• Assist with support of the Director of training in developing curricula on Human Rights Law and discrimination based on nation and immigrant status.
• Assist with support of the Director of training and associate human rights specialist in research in, drafting and reviewing papers on conflict resolution, restorative justice, and community service.
• Assist in the development of internal and external training documents.
• Prepare training documentations such as hand notes/one-pagers for participants and other support materials.
• Assist Director in preparing and updating training curricula and materials.
• Monitoring and Evaluation of CRB programs.
• Assist with translation efforts where necessary.
• Reform all duties as needed to advance the work of CRB department.

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