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Winrock is accepting applications for multiple technical roles for an anticipated USAID project in Nepal. The five-year Jal Jangal (Freshwater and Forests) Activity will focus on improving the health of ecosystems and biological diversity, environmental and social safeguards, climate resilience and addressing environmental crime in Nepal. The Activity will work with the Government of Nepal (GON), community groups, civil society, and private sector actors, and will align with GON’s vision of “Conservation of biodiversity for sound and resilient ecosystems and national prosperity.”
Technical specialists will work with senior project management leadership staff to provide technical leadership and design, manage and oversee within their field of expertise to achieve project outcomes.
These positions are contingent on award of funding from USAID. Female applicants are highly encouraged.
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English language CVs preferred. Please put “NEPAL” and the Position Description in the subject line of your cover letter. Example: “NEPAL – Gender, Youth and Social Inclusion”.
Applications will be reviewed and shortlisted for interview on an ongoing basis. The position will fill quickly, therefore candidates are urged to apply as soon as possible. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.