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Renewable Energy for Rural Livelihood (RERL) is a joint project of the Government of Nepal/Alternative Energy Promotion Centre (GoN/AEPC) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). In continuation of UNDP's support to the energy sector and UN's commitment towards ensuring universal access to modern energy services, UNDP Nepal and GoN/AEPC has agreed to extend the partnership in this sector to scale up decentralized energy systems particularly mini hydro, large solar PV, productive end-uses and renewable energy financing for better linkages with enterprise development and livelihood enhancement. RERL provides technical assistance for the implementation of mini hydro and solar mini hydro and solar mini grid sub projects under the Asian Development Bank/South Asia Sub-regional Economic Cooperation (ADB/SASEC) Power Expansion Project, off-grid component being implemented by AEPC in rural areas of Nepal.
Post: Site Coordinators
Please visit the given web link for detailed job description and for online application. Applications along with duly filled up UN Personal History Form-P11 (downloadable from website
http://www.np.undp.org/content/nepal/en/home/operations/jobs/ must be submitted by 10 July 2020. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. UNDP retains the right to contact referees directly. UNDP follows its standard recruitment process which will be fair and transparent. The candidates are assessed at various levels, based on objective and specific criteria defined by UNDP. Any kind of undue influence from the candidates, panel members or any related parties are not entertained. In case where such influences are noticed, the said candidate will be disqualified from the process.
UNDP is committed to achieve work force diversity in terms of minority groups, caste/ethnic groups, persons with disability etc.) and has a policy to have gender balance among staff at all levels. Qualified female candidates and candidates particularly from disadvantaged and balance socially excluded groups are strongy encouraged to apply from the process.