Qualification Degree : Bachelorâ€level degree in engineering at a reputable institution.
Salary : Negotiable
Nature : Full Time
Develop a thorough understanding of the existing structural engineering design resources, and of those developed by Build Change, for use in Nepal.
With local staff, aid in the application of these resources to provide technical assistance to homeowners to design safe houses, supervise construction, and train builders in disaster-resistant construction practices.
Check design documents, drawings, bills of quantity, and construction inspection checklists.
Assist in solving problems and generating solutions in the field for special cases.
Assist with the development of Build Change technical resources.
Assist in the development and implementation of training for local engineers, architects, drafters, and other technical staff.
Promote good communication between the technical group and other departments within Build Change.
At least 3 years of study toward a bachelorâ€level degree in engineering at a reputable institution.
Recent graduates and Master’s candidates are also encouraged to apply.
Interest in earthquakeâ€resistant design and construction of masonry, concrete and timber buildings.
A basic understanding of good construction practices and the principles of earthquake- and wind-resistant construction. Familiarity with international building codes and guidelines, such as the IBC, ASCE 7, ASCE 41, ACI 318, NDS for wood construction, ACI 530, etc. is a plus.
Good communication skills and excellent teamwork abilities.
Willingness to work in informal, dense urban or remote rural communities.
Computer skills including Microsoft Office, AutoCAD and Revit.
No ego, drama, or pessimism; the successful candidate will be flexible, humble, patient, and have a good sense of humor.
Proficiency in English is a plus.
This Job is expired. The Company is no longer accepting applications for this position.
Build Change saves lives in earthquakes and typhoons. Our mission is to greatly reduce deaths, injuries and economic losses caused by housing and school collapses due to earthquakes and typhoons in emerging nations.