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Construction Site Manager

Site manager needed in Nepal

Kathmandu International Study Centre is looking for a Site Manager.

KISC is currently looking to build a new school that will accommodate the student population and allow a permanent school site. A site manager is required to help oversee the construction and transition of the school from the old location to the new one.

It is a school with a mission: “To provide quality education, primarily for the Christian mission community and Nepali national teachers, based on the sovereignty of Christ.Through the KISC international K-13 school and the EQUIP national teacher training programme, students and staff will positively impact their world.”

The main responsibilities would be to:

  • oversee the maintenance staff
  • coordinate the work with contractors on the new building site
  • manage the move from the old location to the new
  • manage the day-to-day maintenance of the KISC site
  • write and manage the KISC site budgets

Successful candidates will have relevant qualifications and experience.


For more information about this opportunity, please contact

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