CRS is an international NGO based in the United States that works in over 100 countries to promote human development by responding to major emergencies, fighting disease and poverty, and nurturing peaceful and just societies. CRS Nepal implements earthquake recovery and resilience programming in Gorkha and Okhaldhunga districts to provide technical support for reconstruction of earthquake resilient houses, livelihood recovery and WASH. The Housing Recovery and Reconstruction Platform (HRRP) is led by CRS Nepal, and other financial contributors and INGOs.
CRS Nepal is planning to implement 5 years CRS Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F) project that will provide technical assistance from United States (U.S) volunteers to farmers, farmer groups (cooperatives and associations), agribusinesses and other agriculture sector institutions in the countries of Nepal, Benin, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Uganda and East Timor.
CRS Nepal invites applications from interested Nepalese citizens for the following position for the F2F project:
Driver: (1 Position-Based in Kathmandu)
- School Leaving Certificate (SLC) pass, any vocational or technical course would be an added advantage. Minimum of 3 years work experience. Knowledge of minor vehicle maintenance and repair. Excellent knowledge of road traffic regulations, road network, and road safety best practices. Prior experience with I/NGO would be added advantages.
A detailed job description for the above positions can be obtained by contacting CRS Human Resources Office at [email protected]. Please apply by sending a CV with a cover letter to [email protected] by close of business on September 14, 2018. In the subject line, please indicate the position you are applying for.
Note: "These positions will be subject to project approval"
Only short-listed applicants will be contacted and reimbursement of lodging and transportation will be provided for the shortlisted candidates who travel from districts outside of Kathmandu Valley for written test and interview. CRS is an equal opportunity employer committed to a staff composition that reflects the social and ethnic diversity of Nepali Society. Applicants from disadvantage caste, under-represented ethnic groups, persons with disabilities and women are especially encouraged to apply. CRS Nepal provides many benefits for its staff members including staff development opportunities, paid maternity and paternity leave, nursing hours for nursing mothers, per diems for the child of the staff when staff travel out of the station on official business etc.