DAI, a global consulting firm headquartered in Washington, DC, USA, seeks to fill multiple positions to support an upcoming USAID Trade and Competitiveness activity in Nepal. The anticipated project is expected to increase Nepali private sector participation in targeted global value chains. This activity will promote investment and increase the use of available technologies and innovation to spur productivity within micro,…
Data & GIS Manager
USAID Tayar Nepal Improved Disaster Risk Management Project
Scope of Work
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Nepal is prone to a range of natural disasters, including floods, landslides, fires, earthquakes, and disease outbreaks. In the wake of recent tragedies in the country, including the massive 2015 Gorkha earthquake, USAID introduced Tayar Nepal activity. Tayar Nepal is USAID’s flagship disaster preparedness and response project for Nepal. Tayar—which means “prepared”—strengthens the capacity of Nepal’s disaster risk management (DRM) and preparedness institutions. At the national level Tayar Nepal builds the capacity of disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM) institutions, which includes Ministry of Federal Affairs (MoFAGA), Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA), National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Authority (NDRRMA). At the municipal level, Tayar Nepal’s interventions support municipalities to fulfill their DRM roles in the broader federal disaster management system by building capacity in preparedness, response, and helping them understand and address the risks that face their constituents.
The Data and GIS Manager will design data management system and facilitate the program’s monitoring and evaluation from GIS lens. The Manager will generate GIS map and assist program team in its use in appropriate reports. The Manager will participate in the development of pictorial information to inform clients within the context of Tayar Nepal’s objectives.
Location and Reporting
The level of effort is 260 days per year. The employment contract will be on a yearly basis, with possible extensions until the close of the project. The Data and GIS Manager reports to the MEL Team Director. The position is based in Kathmandu, with travel to priority Tayar municipalities.
Interested applicants should submit an updated CV to TayarRecruitment@dai.com by August 12, 2022.
Women and persons with disabilities, marginalized and disadvantaged communities are encouraged to apply.