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Current vacancy annoucements with UNDP Bhutan

Announcement for an Invitation to Bid

The UNDP Country office in Bhutan wishes to solicit bids from potential vendors to supply the metallic parts for the improved stoves project to be delivered to the rural beneficiaries in the country.

The supplier is required to have the following qualifications and experience:

  • Minimum 3 years of experience in similar contracts
  • Capacity to provide continued after-sales service as and when required
  • The bidders must hold a valid Trade license
  • Bid security: Nu. 360,000 in the form of draft/cash warrant in favor of UNDP, Bhutan

Interested Suppliers may collect the complete set of Invitation to Bid from UNDP procurement unit. For further information you may contact: 

Ms. Tshering Palden
UNDP Procurement Associate

Re-announcement for Consultancy Services
Deadline 6 October 2014

Tarayana Foundation would like to seek the services of a qualified and experienced consultancy firm to be attached with the Tarayana Secretariat.
The main objective of the consultancy is to conduct a comprehensive analysis of water availability, water use and demand assessment including mapping of water sources and identification of appropriate and practical technologies for water harvesting at the community levels in the targeted project sites.

  • Mapping of watershed for target communities
  • Feasibility study of water availability, use and demand as well as projected climate change; impacts on water sources in the project targeted rural areas
  • Presentation and report on findings of feasibility study to the main stakeholders
  • Identification and selection of the most suitable technical options/ models of water harvesting, storage and distribution in the targeted rural areas
  • Training for Tarayana and Dzongkhag staff in suitable technical options/ models of water harvesting, storage and distribution in the targeted rural areas
  • On site supervision during implementation process; and
  • Presentation and final report on best practices and recommendations for next phase

Minimum qualifications:

At least a Masters degree in sustainable water resources management, water harvesting technology, environment engineering, civil engineering, hydrology and any other relevant fields;

At least 10 years of work experience in the concerned field;

Extensive work experience in rural communities;

Good knowledge about climate change and its impact on water resources including water harvesting technologies;

Excellent training and communication skills including community mobilization and engagement

Experience of working in mountain regions, preferably in the Himalayas

Fluency in written and spoken English

Closing date: 10.30AM (Bhutan time) on 6 October 2014.
For detailed terms of reference (ToR), please email

Please submit your application along with CV, and financial proposal to:

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