The dZi Foundation is a small US based INGO that partners with underserved communities in remote regions of the Himalaya to build sustainable locally-driven programs that improve quality of life and increase prosperity for communities and individuals. We accomplish this through helping community members gain the skills, knowledge, and experience necessary to achieve this end themselves. Our programs incorporate a…
dZi Foundation Nepal
dZi works in partnership with rural communities in Nepal to achieve prosperity by eliminating barriers to basic needs, nurturing sustainable livelihoods, and co-developing tools for self-determination and self-sufficiency. The outcome is an equitable, thriving, resilient, and sustainable community for all in remote regions of Eastern Nepal. For more information, please visit www.dzi.org.
dZi is a growing organization that is planning to increase its reach and maximize its impact in eastern Nepal. To do so, we are seeking an experienced and result-oriented Nepali Professional for the following position.
Construction technician will work closely with dZi team to implement, supervise, and support construction of rural water supply and other small infrastructure projects. S/he will be responsible for surveying, ensuring quality implementation and technical orientation while assisting in facilitation of community members to execute of construction activities. The position will be stationed at communities where dZi works and report overall updates to District /Rural Municipality Coordinator however, sole technical issues should be directly informed to the Infrastructure Manager (Engineer).
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Equal Employment Opportunity:
dZi Foundation Nepal is an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage and seek applications from women, people from marginalized groups, and bilingual and bicultural individuals. Applicants shall not be discriminated against because of caste, religion, sex, ethnicity, age, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, or medical condition.