Engineer

Asia, Engineering, 1-11 months, 12-23 months / Job ID: 1689

The business has a focus on sustainability and community impact and is a great place to both use and develop professional skills and to make a tangible contribution to an underserved community.

If you have an Engineering background we are able to offer a range of creative and challenging technical projects and would welcome enquiries in this area.

A professional able to work fairly independently in a pioneering but supportive environment. We particularly welcome people with transferable skills in analysis systems and management.

WaterSanitation specialist

Asia, Engineering, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1458

The project is a development project situated in a rural area with a training school for midwives nurses and community workers a community development work a research hub an English-speaking school up to age 16 and a 150-bed hospital.

The Support Services Department is looking for a WATSAN Engineer who can advise regarding development of a central hospital water and waste management system. General engineers are also needed for overseeing construction grounds and facilities maintenance throughout the project.

Water and Sanitation Engineer or Project Manager

Project Manager

Asia, Engineering, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1459

The project is a development project situated in a rural area. It has a training school for midwives nurses and community workers a community development work a research hub an English-speaking school up to age 16 and a 150-bed hospital (with obstetric gynaecology surgical medical and paediatric departments).

The Support Services Department is looking for a engineer for overseeing construction and grounds and facilities maintenance throughout the organisation.

The Support Services Department is looking for a engineer for overseeing construction and grounds and facilities maintenance.

Obedience

Some people have asked me.
Dear Sir they will say.
What fears do you have?
What scares you today?

When you think about moving.
To Nepal of all places.
It’s crazy. It’s silly.
To move. On what basis?

The earth shakes with earthquakes.
There’s landslides on mountainsides.
There’s monsoons from early June
And bumpy, treacherous car rides.

You’ll struggle to breathe
There’s hardly no air
On top of those mountains
And there’s Yetis. BEWARE!!

The food is unsafe.
The water’s not clean.
With lotsa trips to the loo
If you know what I mean.

The government is shaky.
There’s political unrest.
Public transport is dodgy
And their planes aren’t the best.

There are power cuts aplenty.
Crazy cables all around
And hazards are everywhere.
In the air and on the ground.

So tell me again.
Now why would you go?
After all I have told you
With all you now know?

I paused and I waited.
They had a good case.
There still is one answer
So I said it with grace.

“Make disciples of nations”
Is what God commands.
Obedience to Him
Is His only demand.

And Nepal is a country
With needs that are clear
And we’re willing to help
In spite of our fear.

So grant us the wisdom
Dear God we do pray.
To walk as you tell us
Each and every new day.

By Huy