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Five Classrooms in Sindhupalchok

We are delighted to have started work to provide five permanent classrooms at the Shree Bal Shiksha School in Sindhupalchok. Read more »

We're Recruiting: Construction Project Coordinators

We are seeking highly motivated and enthusiastic individuals to help expand our construction programme in Nepal.

The successful candidates will be responsible for the delivery of construction projects through the complete project process.

By delivering these projects successful candidates will also help IDV develop its portfolio of projects including permanent classroom buildings; school toilets; and furniture.

This is a varied role, and successful candidates must be willing to get stuck in both onsite and in the office.

This is an ideal opportunity for a young engineering or construction professional to gain experience in the delivery of humanitarian projects, and develop their management and leadership skills.

It is also a good opportunity for construction tradesmen or labourers who are looking to step up into a site management role to gain valuable management and leadership experience.

View the full role description.

Accommodation and work-day meals will be provided, but all candidates are asked to pay for their own flights and insurance, either directly or through their own personal fundraising.

We are initially looking for candidates who can arrive by October 1, 2016. However, we also welcome hearing from candidates interested in joining the team later this year, or in the first half of 2017.

To apply for this role please contact volunteer.np@idvolunteers.org with your CV/Resume and a brief covering email.

Featured projects

School Furniture and Supplies

The Nepal earthquakes destroyed around 36,000 classrooms, and essential school furniture and school supplies were also lost as a result. Read more »

The Shree Bal Shiksha School

The Shree Bal Shiksha School is located in Sindhupalchok district, which was one of the worst affected by the earthquakes. Read more »