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,…
USAID KARNALI WATER ACTIVITY
|POSITION||M&E and Communications Coordinator|
|MAXIMUM LEVEL OF EFFORT||LTTA|
|BASE OF OPERATIONS||1 Position based in Tila Watershed -Manma, Kalikot|
|POSITION REPORTS TO||MEL Manager|
The USAID/Nepal Karnali Water Activity will create healthy, resilient, and water secure communities at the watershed level through strengthened water and sanitation governance that improves water resource management (including water for more resilient and biodiverse ecosystems), enhances sustainable access to drinking water, improves agriculture water management, and reduces the fecal pathogen burden in the environment from poorly managed non-sewered sanitation through fecal sludge management. The program team will methodically integrate WRM, watershed biodiversity conservation, and water and sanitation service delivery by mapping and strengthening the roles, connections, and capacities of key actors and stakeholders system-wide.
The M&E and Communication Coordinator will provide M&E and communications support to the Karnali Water Activity and watershed field offices. This position will report to the MEL Manager.
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Select the position in which you are interested in applying for, fill out the required information and upload CV. Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as interviews will be conducted soon. Please note, due to the volume of applications that we receive and the urgency to fill-up positions only shortlisted applicants will receive notifications on next steps.
Interested candidates should submit their application no later than October 16, 2022
DAI promotes workforce diversity and considers excluded groups to include women, Dalits, indigenous ethnic groups, Madhesi, Muslim, persons with disabilities, people living in remote areas, and sexual and gender minorities.
Also, Priority will be given to those applicants who are permanent residents of Tila Karnali watershed.