We are now welcoming volunteers in Nepal!
We are offering a variety of projects which will suit anyone willing to use their time and abilities to make a significant contribution to the people of Nepal.
Your work could include helping to rebuild schools, running activities for kids and helping with the setup of our new long-term base.
However, this is just the beginning of our general volunteer deployment and we ask all our volunteers to be flexible as we transition from providing immediate relief to implementing long-term recovery projects.
Also, while we are now welcoming all types of volunteers we’re initially concentrating on applications from people who fit one or more of the following categories:
- Skilled volunteers, including builders, engineers and teachers.
- Volunteers who can commit to staying for more than six weeks.
- Volunteers can travel immediately, or who are already in Nepal.
If you would like to volunteer but do not fit into one, or more, of these categories, we STILL encourage you to register. As our work progresses we will be welcoming volunteers of all types and experience levels. So, please do not hesitate to find out more about volunteering in Nepal
We’re Recruiting: Construction Project Coordinators
In addition to general volunteers we are also recruiting specifically for Construction Project Coordinators.
The successful candidate(s) will help us assess, plan, execute and document construction projects. View the full role description.
Accommodation, work-day meals and a modest living stipend are available for the right candidate(s). All candidates will be asked to pay for their own flights and insurance, either directly or through their own personal fundraising.
We are ideally looking for candidates who can travel to Nepal as soon as possible. However, we are always in need of construction expertise, so we also welcome hearing from candidates available any time in 2016.
To apply for this role please contact Volunteer@IDVolunteers.org with your CV/Resume and a brief covering email. Applications will be reviewed as they are received.