CRS International Nepal - Vacancy for Various Posts

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CRS International Nepal

Job Vacancy Announced for Various Posts

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CRS Nepal invites applications from eligible and interested candidates for the following positions for the Recover Project:

Vacancy Details (Deadline: 8 March 2021):

1. Senior MEAL Officer (1 Position-Based in Lalitpur) (Required No. 1)
  • Tanahun
2. Project Manager (Required No. 1)
  • Tanahun
3. Administrative and Finance Coordinator (Required No. 1)
  • Tanahun
4. Administrative and Finance Officer (Required No. 1)
  • Tanahun
5. GESI and Community Mobilization Coordinator (Required No. 2)
  • Kaski and Lamjung, each
6. GESI and Community Mobilization Officer (Required No. 1)
  • Tanahun
7. Livelihoods Technical Coordinator (Required No. 1)
  • Tanahun
8. MEAL Coordinator (Required No. 1)
  • Tanahun
9. Project Engineer- Shelter (Required No. 3)
  • Tanahun, Kaski, and Labmjung, each
10. Project Engineer-WASH (Required No. 1)
  • Tanahu

CRS is an international NGO based in the United States that works in over 100 countries to promote human development by responding to major emergencies, fighting diseases, poverty, and nurturing peaceful and just societies. CRS Nepal has been implementing the emergency response and recovery (Including COVID-19) program in Nepal, and further plans to extend sustainable livelihood development programs in various districts of Nepal.

Additionally, CRS is implementing the USAID-supported livelihood technical assistance program Farmer to Farmer (F2F) in Bagmati Province, Province 5, Karnali Province, and Sudurpaschim Province. The Housing Recovery and Reconstruction Platform (HRRP) led by CRS Nepal since March 2017 has been providing coordination support services across 32 earthquake-affected districts.

CRS Nepal is currently expanding its support to address the Covid-19 economic recovery needs for the vulnerable households in Palpa and Gorkha districts. Further, CRS Nepal plans to expand community resilient programs through the implementation of Shelter, WASH, and Sustainable Agriculture Livelihoods in the western earthquake-affected districts of Nepal.

Source: Collegenp

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