- Location: Kathmandu
- Type: Full Time
- Salary: n/a
- Opening: 2
- Experience: 7 years experience
- Qualification: Master's Degree
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) provides Technical Assistance (TA) to the Government of Nepal (GoN) through Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development and its Department of Local Infrastructure Development and Agricultural Roads (DoLIDAR) for rehabilitation and upgrading of approximately 425 km of damaged roads in 12 earthquake affected districts under Emergency Earthquake Assistance Project (EEAP). The programme is funded by ADB and SDC.
AF-Iteco AG, Switzerland (AF-Iteco), on behalf of SDC provides TA through the Central Implementation Support Consultants (CISC) and the District Implementation Support Consultants (DISCs) of Decentralized Rural Infrastructure and Livelihoods Project-III (DRILP-III). AF-Iteco invites applications from qualified Nepali Nationals for the following positions.
SOCIAL SAFEGUARD COORDINATOR - 2 Positions
Qualification and Experience: The Coordinator should have preferably a Master's degree in Sociology or equivalent degree (e.g. rural development and planning with major in gender equality and social inclusion) with 7 years' experience in resolving social development issues, experience in social mobilization of communities; sound knowledge in the area of rural development, and resettlement in the projects preferably in roads/bridges sector. S/he should have demonstrated knowledge of resolving social safeguard and resettlement issues (e.g. worker's safety, insurance local conflict resolution etc.).
Terms of Reference:
The detailed terms of reference (ToRs) can be obtained by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or downloaded from http://www.drilpnepal.org.
Only short-listed candidates will be invited for an interview and further assessments. No telephone calls, written or personal enquiries will be entertained in this regard.
Interested candidates are requested to send their application with recent CV to the Team Leader, DRILP-III, PO Box 113, Kathmandu or by e-mail.
DRILP promotes workforce diversity and applies positive discrimination to candidates from discriminated groups (women and candidates from Dalit, Janajati, Madhesi/Terai, and other minority community).
- Published In
- The HimalayanTimes
- Required Documents
- CV, Application
- How to Apply
- Apply by Email or Post