Diverse Patterns is inviting applications for the position of researcher for its research project, Sabai Sakriya (Activity for All). This position is based in Kathmandu, and the selected candidate is expected to start work immediately.
The project is led by Dr Joanna Morrison (University College London), Mr Sagar Prasai (Diverse Patterns) and Dr Niraj Paudyal (Kathmandu University, School of Arts- Disability Research Centre).
The researcher position will be full-time for a duration of four months. Details about the project, the responsibilities of the researcher, and the eligibility criteria are outlined in the attached job description (located at the end of this post).
Candidates passionate about research, non-communicable diseases, and issues concerning persons with disabilities and who meet the eligibility criteria are encouraged to apply.
Please submit a cover letter and an updated CV by January 13th, 11:59 PM. Applications should be in English and emailed to email@example.com, with "Application for Researcher (Activity for all/Sabai Sakriya)" as the subject line.
Note: Individuals with disabilities, women, and members of other marginalised groups are strongly encouraged to apply.