Trafficking in Persons (TIP) is a global problem that is multidimensional and multisectoral and thus is a complex issue that requires multi-disciplinary solutions with many stakeholders. Nepal is a source, transit, and destination country for sex, labor, and organ trafficking. The 2018 “Walk Free Foundations Global Slavery Index” revealed that two-third out of 40.3 million people around the world who…
Winrock is accepting applications for Chief of Party (COP) candidates 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.”
The COP will be responsible for leading all technical, financial and administrative aspects of the program. They will coordinate closely with USAID and the Winrock home office in developing, implementing, and revising Jal Jangal’s overall field strategy. The COP oversees the strategic and technical direction of Jal Jangal and serves as link between USAID, Winrock’s Home Office, and Jal Jangal partners and stakeholders. S/he will foster and maintain effective relationships and coordination with government, academia, private sector, civil society, NGOs, and other donors and ensure compliance with the contract including timely, high-quality results. This would be a full-time position and be based in Nepal.
This position is contingent on award of funding from USAID. Female applicants are highly encouraged.
Interested and qualified candidates are required to fill up the google form at this link:https://winrock.org/join-us/careers/job-openings/?gh_jid=5178182002