2014-04-05 - 2014-04-05
Embassy of Switzerland Nepal Nepal/Swiss Cooperation
ITECO Engineering Ltd. Switzerland, on behalf of SDC’s technical assistance has been managing the District Roads Support Programme (DRSP) since year 1999 and is also providing technical supports to the ADB funded Decentralized Rural Infrastructure and Livelihoods Project (DRLIP) and ADB, DFID, OFID funded Rural Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Sector Development Programme (RRRSDP).
To build the capacity of fresh new engineers, the firm herby invites applications to join the internship programme, which will run from December 15, 2011 to December 14, 2012.
Program Outline for Intern Engineers:
The objective of the programme is to provide fresh graduate women engineers, preferably belonging to dailit and enthnic minority groups with first hand experience in different aspects of rural transport infrastructure project implementation. In order to gain this experience; the intern engineers are expected to spend their time in more than one district. The intern engineers will be involved in initial walkover survey, detail survey/design and supervision of rural road construction works. They will also be given exposure in conducting initial Environmental Examinations, as well as various aspects of resettlement and social mobilization activities in the context of rural road projects.
Prospective candidates should be fresh graduates having a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering.
Duty Station: DRSP, DRILP and RRRSDP Programme districts (see website www.drspnepal.org). The interns are expected to sepnd most of their time at site in the project districts.
Number of Internship offered: Eight (8)
The closing date for applications is October 31, 2011. Only short-listed candidates will be invited for an interview. No telephone calls, written or personal enquiries will be entertained in this regard. Interested candidadtes are requested to send their application with CV to Chief Techncial Adviser, DRSP, PO Box: 113, Kathmandu or by email to [email protected] or by fax to 5-543144
We practice positive discrimination for women, dalits, and enthic minorities who come from remote areas and the program districts.