1.Country Director 2.CONNECT Project Team Leader
Detailed Job description / requirements:
Renewable World (RW) is an International NGO (INGO) headquartered in the UK, with branches in Nepal and Kenya.
1.2 billion people are still living in poverty, inequality is rising, and the world is failing to decarbonise quickly enough to avoid climate disaster. The world’s poorest people contributed little to climate change, yet they are most impacted, and least able to adapt. This is not fair. And it is not sustainable.
We envision a sustainable and fairer world where clean energy is accessible to all-because with clean energy, both people and the planet can thrive. By 2030, we aim to enable over 500,000 people living in poverty to transform their lives by improving their access to clean energy, empowering them to develop sustainable and resilient livelihoods, and mitigating the impact of climate change.
Do you share our vision? If so, please read on.
Country Director, Nepal office
Do you have the passion and experience to lead our country office in Nepal, supporting our team to enable people living in poverty to transform their lives through clean energy? The Country Director plays a key role within Renewable World Nepal, driving the team forward through a high level of strategic leadership, innovation, and quality assurance. The Country Director is ultimately accountable in-country for all aspects of Renewable World’s work in Nepal. The position leads the delivery of our existing programmes whilst driving the development of our future programming portfolio, overseeing impact measurement, strengthening accountability initiatives, and ensuring robust and compliant financial management and organizational setup.
CONNECT Project Team Leader, Nepal office
Are you an experienced project manager, with a strong understanding of delivering projects through a market systems approach? This position will oversee and directly deliver Renewable World’s flagship project in Nepal, ‘Connecting communities and ecosystems in Shuklaphanta National Park’ (CONNECT). CONNECT is a clean energy centered project, to be delivered in consortium with Zoological Society London, The National Trust for Nature Conservation, and Himalayan Nature. The project is designed to conserve the vulnerable ecosystem of Shuklaphanta National Park (ShNP), alleviate multi-dimensional poverty within the park’s buffer zones, and reduce human wildlife conflict, through a market systems approach to achieve transformational change.
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|Category||Administrative / Management, Development and Project|
|Position Type||Full Time|
|Experience||Please check vacancy details.|
|Education||Please check vacancy details|
|Posted Date||17 May, 2023|
|Apply Before||04 Jun, 2023|