District Team Leader

Rural Access Programme
Location: Nepal
Salary: Negotiable
Posted Date: 2016-06-01 Deadline: 2016-06-05
  • Location : Nepal
  • Working Position : Entry Level
  • Qualification Degree : degree qualified in Civil Engineering
  • Salary : Negotiable
  • Category : NGO / INGO / Social work
  • Nature : Full Time
Job Description

Due to a planned extension of activities the Programme is seeking experienced District Team Leaders
(Engineering) to take charge of its road asset management and construction works being undertaken
in close collaboration with District Development Committees (DDC). Suitable candidates are
expected to be qualified as follows:

 District Team Leader (Engineering) – Several Positions

  • Must be degree qualified in Civil Engineering with a minimum of 5 years relevant professional experience,
  • Ideally hold experience in a similar managerial position of ‘Team Leader’ (Engineering),
  • Have a strong background in road asset management including planning, public procurement, road maintenance and / or construction supervision.
  • For the right candidate, a Continual Professional Development Programme (CPD) that supports accreditation with an internationally recognised professional engineering qualification (e.g. C.Eng. UK)

Apply Instructions

Assignments may cover a variety of Districts remote from Kathmandu and are likely to involve extensive field travel outside district headquarters for verification purposes. Applicants should confirm the earliest date by which he / she could join. RAP3 offers an excellent package of remuneration and career progression commensurate with the required level of expertise. Please submit detailed CV. The closing date for receipt of applications is 5th June 2016. Applications by email are encouraged.
Tel.: 01-5000245

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Organization Summary

Conceived in 1999 as a comprehensive poverty alleviation programme, UK Aid-funded RAP uses the construction of transport infrastructure as an entry point for improving the lives of the poorest and most marginalised people in remote areas of Nepal – communities with limited access to goods and social services.

Now in its third stage, RAP’s implementation has involved construction of tracks, trails and roads using labour-intensive, environmentally sound and climate resilient methods; alongside complementary socio-economic interventions. Besides the evident benefits of improved access, RAP has generated significant employment in rural areas, especially for women.

Industry Type NGO / INGO / Social Work
Location Ekantakuna, Jawalakhel, Nepal
Organization Size 1-10
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