Jobs at Uganda Women's Effort to Save Orphans (UWESO) in Uganda

Job Title: Monitoring & Evaluation/ Quality Assurance Manager
Reports to: Chief Executive Officer
Location: UWESO Head Office

Key Tasks
  • To develop and continually update the organization M&E management information systems to enure accurate data collection, analysis, storage and reporting
  • To monitor progress of implementation to ensure quality and guide management by carrying out continuous and/or periodic field monitoring visits and ensure production of quality reports
Desired qualifications and Experience:
  • Degree in statistics,/ quantitative economics
  • Experience in qualitative as well as quantitative data analysis and dissemination
  • A minimum of 3-5 years work experience as a monitoring & evaluation/ quality assurance manager
How to Apply:
submit applications with certified copies of academic transcripts, detailed  CV and other relevant certificates plus contact addresses of 3 referees to:

Chief Executive Officer,
Uganda Women's Effort to Save Orphans,
Plot 2 Tagore Crescent, Kamwokya
and P.O Box 8419,Kampala

email: jobs@uweso.org

Deadline 30th July 2012



Logistic Assistant Jobs at African Initiatives for Relief and Development in Uganda

Job Title: Logistic Assistance
Department: Program Department

Qualifications:
  • Must have a degree or diploma in store management, procurement or its equivalent from a well reputable institition
  • Have at least 2 years of working experience in the same field
  • Must be a Ugandan national
Duties and Responsibilities:
  • All locally procured items delivered to the warehouse must  be accompanied by a UNCHR order letter to the supplier
  • Make sure supplier submit a delivery note along with the items and these must be clearly marked and properly packaged as per requirements

How to Apply:
Uganda nationals who meet the above requirements are  requested to submit their applications together with detailed CV, copies of certificates under confidential cover quoting on the envelop the vacancy announcement and the name of the applicant to:

The Admin/ Finance Manager
African Initiatives for relief and development
Plot 289, Ntinda-Nakawa
Industrial Area
P.O Box 32225, Kampala Uganda

Deadline: 20th July 2012


Jobs at African Initiatives for Relief and Development in Uganda

Job Title: Construction Engineer
Department: Program Department
Duty Station: Rwamwanja

Duties and Responsibilities:
  • prepare designs and preminary sketches, diagrams or schematics for the construction and renovation of schools, offices, health centers among others
  • Produce complex technical drawings
  • May recommend modifications and changes for design improvement and simplification

Experience:
  • at least 3 years work experience in civil works design, construction, structural engineering with the construction standard in Uganda
  • Position requires degree or diploma in civil engineering from accredited university
How to Apply:
Uganda nationals who meet the above requirements are  requested to submit their applications together with detailed CV, copies of certificates under confidential cover quoting on the envelop the vacancy announcement and the name of the applicant to:

The Admin/ Finance Manager
African Initiatives for relief and development
Plot 289, Ntinda-Nakawa
Industrial Area
P.O Box 32225, Kampala Uganda

Deadline: 20th July 2012


Jobs at Office of the Prime Minister in Uganda- Communication Specialist


Job Title: Development Communication Specialist
Reports to: Director/NUSAF2

Supervisees: Documentation Officer/ Librarian & communication officer, Karamoja

Key Result Areas:
  • Developing and implementing of the NUSAF 2 Communication Strategy
  • Assessing information needs of key Stakeholders as well as public relations 
  • Monitoring and evaluation of communication strategy
  • promotion of positive culture and image of the project
Specific Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Develop a research based, state of the art NUSAF2 communications strategy involving a though stakeholder analysis, communications audit and multimedia channels of exchanging information
  • work in close coordination with communities being funded under the project in determining information needs of access to community assets established or support provided to the community
Qualifications:
  • Applicants should be Ugandans holding a honors degree in any of the following areas: mass communication, journalism, development communication, business administration, social work
  •  Post graduate qualification in Mass communication, journalism, Development communication
Experience:
At least  eight years of professional experience in development communication at a senior position in government public or private organizations, international agencies

How to Apply:
Applications including CV, copies of certificates and testimonials should be addressed to:
The Permanent Secretary,
Office of the Prime Minister
Postal Building, 6th Floor,
Yusuf Lule Road
P.O Box 341, Kampala

Deadline: 31st July 2012



Human Resource Officer Jobs at SNV Netherlands Development Organization in Uganda

Job Title: Human Resources Officer (HRO)

Job Description
Are you interested in joining an international organisation with a long term commitment to sustainable development?
Would you like to work in a challenging environment and develop a career focused on demonstrating shared core values that achieve results?

SNV Netherlands Development Organisation is looking for:

Human Resources Officer (HRO)

Based in Kampala with regular travel within Uganda
Local contract (Ugandan nationals only)

SNV Netherlands Development Organisation is working in over 33 developing countries across the world in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe. The emphasis of our work is on poverty reduction and promotion of good governance through (1) increasing production, income and employment and (2) increasing access to basic services in the sectors of water, sanitation & hygiene, and renewable energy.

SNV started working in Uganda in 1989 and we have offices in Mbale, Fort Portal, Arua and Kampala.

The HR Officer is a member of the Country Management Team and is responsible for HR support for all country based staff; implements HR policies for all personnel in the country; carries out personnel administration and provides HR advice to the Director and Portfolio Coordinators.

The position hierarchically and functionally reports to the East and Southern Africa Regional Human Resources Manager, based in Nairobi while providing HR services to the country.
Key tasks

 Works with the Country Management Team and Regional HR Manager to develop country HR strategy
 Responsible for implementing country HR polices in line with corporate and regional strategies under the five pillars of Recruitment & Selection, Human Resource Development, Organisational Development, Health and Safety and Compensation and Benefits;
 Solves HR questions for all country based staff;
 Responsible for the completeness and accuracy of personnel data for all Uganda based staff;
 Manages payroll of all staff and the administration of all benefits for staff.
 Provides relevant reports to the Head of Administration Centre in Nairobi on the basis of HR data;
 Performs analysis of administrative bottlenecks or deficiencies and reports this to the Head of Administration Centre;
 Provides monthly HR reports, mid-year and annual HR country report and any ad hoc report as requested by Country and Region.

Candidate profile
 Post graduate qualification in Human Resources Management
 Minimum of 5 years work experience in Human Resources at a senior management level
 Active member of Human Resources Association/Networks in Uganda
 In-depth knowledge of HR tools/models under the five HR pillars mentioned above
 Knowledge on and proven experience in Performance Management
 Experience in implementing HIV/AIDS Work Place and gender policies
 Strong Computer skills (MS Word, MS Excel, Powerpoint, e-mail)
 Strong communication skills in English (written and oral) and organising abilities
 A person of high integrity
 Experience in building solid working relationships and teams

Salary: SNV Uganda competitive scale
Contract period: 2 years with possible extension
Contract type: Local (Ugandan nationals only)
Closing date of application: 27 July, 2012


How to Apply

Candidates should apply by sending:
i) a motivation letter;
ii) an updated Curriculum Vitae, and
iii) names and contact details of three professional referees .
Applications should be addressed to: Human Resources Office, SNV Netherlands Development Organisation, P.O. Box 8339, Kampala, Uganda. Applications may also be sent via email to uganda@snvworld.org


Deadline: 27th July 2012



Machine Operator Jobs at New Vision in Uganda


Job Title: Machine Operator
Reports to: Mail Room Supervisor

Description of Purpose:
•    To effectively operate and maintain the mailroom equipment in order to achieve daily targets and deadlines

Key Result areas
•    Servicing and maintenance of the mailroom equipment to ensure that its always in a good running condition
•    Operating/running of the mail room equipment according to daily work schedules

Qualifications:
•    Certificate or Diploma in mechanical engineering from a recognized institution
•    Ability to interpret, analyze and report on technical processes
•    Well developed interpersonal skills ability to work under strict deadlines:

How to Apply:
If you are interested in the above position, address your application to:
Chief human Resources Officer
The New Vision Printing and Publishing Company Ltd
P.O Box 9815, Kampala, Uganda

Deadline: 27th July 2012





Jobs at New Vision Printing and Publishing Company Ltd in Uganda- Translator

Job Title: Translator
Reports to: Design House Supervisor

Description of the purpose:
To translate and design adverts to increase, maintain and satisfy advertisers’ needs and readership. Proofread and edit into the respective paper languages

Key Result Areas
•    Translate adverts and supplements running in Orumuri and other translation jobs to capture the attention of Runyakitara speaking communities
•    Typeset,  design and lay out adverts and supplements for Orumuri and the New Vision; to ensure that eye catching adverts run in the papers
•    Proofread & edit adverts and supplements to ensure proper orthography

Qualifications & Experience
•    Professional training in languages at degree level with a bias in Runyakitara
•    Knowledge of the cultural values, and able to write and speak 4Rs ie Runyankole/Rukiga/Rutooro/Runyoro
•    Computer Proficiency in design, photoshop, adobe illustrator, and Microsoft office packages

How to Apply:
If you are interested in the above position, address your application to:
Chief human Resources Officer
The New Vision Printing and Publishing Company Ltd
P.O Box 9815, Kampala, Uganda

Deadline: 23rd July 2012

Programme Officer Jobs at IUCN in Uganda

Job Title: Regional Learning and Advocacy Programme (REGLAP) Officer,
Building Resilience to Drought in the Karamoja Region through
Sustainable Natural Resources Management (NRM) in Okok Sub
Catchment
Position: Project Officer, REGLAP (Regional Learning and Advocacy Programme).
Location: Kampala, Uganda
Background
IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature, helps the world find pragmatic
solutions to our most pressing environment and development challenges. IUCN works on
biodiversity, climate change, energy, human livelihoods and greening the world economy by
supporting scientific research, managing field projects all over the world, and bringing
governments, NGOs, the UN and companies together to develop policy, laws and best
practice. IUCN is the world’s oldest and largest global environmental organization, with more
than 1,200 government and NGO members and almost 11,000 volunteer experts in some
160 countries. IUCN’s work is supported by over 1,000 staff in 45 offices and hundreds of
partners in public, NGO and private sectors around the world.
The Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office (ESARO) of IUCN that coordinates the
implementation of the Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Program (ESARP) is based in
Nairobi under an Agreement between IUCN and the Government of Kenya. Through the
Drylands programme, in collaboration with the Water and Wetlands programme, IUCN is
implementing two projects in Uganda aimed at building the capacity of local communities and
government to develop and implement integrated natural resource management plans which
promote resilient and sustainable livelihoods. These projects are: Building drought resilience
through land and water management in the Upper Aswa-Agago Sub-Catchment region of
Uganda funded by the Austrian Development Agency and Building resilience to drought in the
Karamoja Region through sustainable natural resources management (NRM) in Okok Sub
Catchment in partnership with ACF with funding from ECHO.
Regional Learning and Advocacy Programme for vulnerable dryland communities
(REGLAP)
The Regional Learning and Advocacy Programme (REGLAP) for Vulnerable Dryland
Communities is a consortium that promotes lesson learning and good practice on strengthening
dryland resilience in the Horn of Africa and advocates to governments, NGOs and other
stakeholders for improved policy and practice. The REGLAP consortium currently includes:
CARE, Cordaid, Dan Church Aid, IUCN, Oxfam GB and Save the Children, and collaborates
with a range of local CSOs and networks, governments, research organisations and ECHO
partners. The REGLAP programme has been operating since June 2008 and is funded by
ECHO. It is now in its 4th phase of programme and focussing on 3 result areas:
1. Evidence based Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) good practice is identified or developed
for, and disseminated to, governments, NGOs and other stakeholders.
2. National governments and key stakeholders are including DRR good practice in their
strategies/plans.
3. Increased agreement by ECHO partners and other key organizations on priorities for
building resilience for joint advocacy and implementation.
IUCN is the REGLAP Learning Group Lead for Water Development for Disaster Risk Reduction
(DRR). Within this role IUCN aims to:
1. Ensure that humanitarian response in the dryland areas has increased awareness of
implications of poor water development on dryland ecosystems and livelihoods and
considerations for good practice;
2. Ensure that good practice models of integrated water and land development in drylands
areas that promotes resilience are collected, developed and disseminated; and
3. Ensure policy opportunities for influencing water development in the dryland areas are
identified and strategies for engagement recommended.
Responsibilities:
The focal person for the REGLAP Water Learning Group will link project activities to the broader
REGLAP objectives and activities where possible. He or She will also provide technical
backstopping and guidance to dryland projects in Uganda. Specifically, the REGLAP focal will
do the following:
1. Project implementation and management
Support the implementation and management of IUCN’s role as REGLAP’s Learning Group
Lead for water development for DRR ensuring performance monitoring and efficiency,
effectiveness and quality outputs.
a. Oversee and manage a research consultancy on best practices in water planning
and development in the drylands
b. Disseminate good practice case studies to identified targets through appropriate
means: briefs, seminars, videos, face to face meetings, website postings, etc.;
c. Based on the development of good practice examples and principles, generate key
policy messages related to water development for DRR for national and regional
level stakeholders to feed into REGLAP Country Core Groups and Regional
Consortium activities;
d. Manage the communications between the Water Learning Group members and
support information sharing, and collaboration.
e. Provide technical, managerial and administrative support and facilitation to project
activities and ensure quality outputs that meet the satisfaction of project partners;
f. Assist in information management and correspondence; and
g. In consultation with relevant IUCN Officers and collaborating partners, develop and
implement tools, systems and procedures for effective planning, monitoring,
evaluation and reporting of project activities;
2. Assist in managing IUCN’s relationship with key project partners
a. Assist in overseeing and developing the relationship between IUCN and REGLAP
partners in the region.
b. Assist in overseeing and developing relationships with key regional policy bodies such
and IGAD, and AU.
3. Representation
With prior approval from Uganda Head of Office, Regional Technical Coordinator Water and
Wetlands and Regional Technical Coordinator Drylands represent IUCN:
a. At REGLAP and other internal and external meetings of the project.
b. At relevant local, district and national level meetings
4. Support to the Drylands Portfolio
a. Assist in developing the knowledge of the IUCN Uganda office on Drylands issues.
b. Support the IUCN Uganda office to develop of proposals and project concepts for
Drylands projects in the country.
5. Other duties
Carry out any other relevant tasks as required by, and mutually agreed with, Uganda Head of
Office, Regional Technical Coordinator Water and Wetlands and Regional Technical
Coordinator Drylands .
6. Annual Work plan (performance agreement)
To operationalise the above mentioned duties under job description framework, develop and
implement an annual work plan (performance agreement) as well as carry out the appraisal as
per the IUCN requirement.

Competencies
 Ideally a postgraduate qualification or at the minimum good first degree in dryland and
water related study;
 At least 5 years work experience in research, advocacy, information packaging and
dissemination;
 Strong track record of effective advocacy and experience in preparing information,
education and communication (IEC) products from projects;
 Excellent understanding of policy contexts and changing environments in the drylands;
 Experience in planning, monitoring and evaluation of projects/programmes;
 Familiarity with the Ugandan Catchment Based Water Resource Management approach
and associated policy and laws
 Experience in resource mobilization and/or fundraising;
 Good verbal and written communication skills in English.

Personal attributes
1. Strong inter personal skills, cultural sensitivity, and a very good communicator
2. Innovative and dynamic, with ability to take initiative and provide creative solutions to
project management problems
3. A proactive and self-motivated individual with good interpersonal skills, demonstrated
ability to work in a team and capacity to pay attention to detail.
4. Excellent analytical skills and ability to work with little supervision and function in a
multicultural and multidisciplinary environment.
IUCN staff are required to conduct themselves at all times in a manner that is compatible with their
responsibilities and in accordance with the standards of conduct expected by IUCN as set out in the
IUCN Staff Rules.
Applicants are asked to submit their CV and a supporting letter of motivation and provide the
names and contact details (including e-mail addresses) of three referees. The letter must be
submitted on or before 25th July 2012 to: earohr@iucn.org
IUCN is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from qualified men and
women.

Deadline: 25th July 2012



Project Officer Jobs Vacancy at IUCN in Uganda

Job Title: Project Officer, Building Resilience to Drought in the Karamoja Region
through Sustainable Natural Resources Management in the Okok Subcatchment
Position: Project Officer, BDR (Building Drought Resilience)
Location: Karamoja, Uganda

Background
IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature, helps the world find pragmatic
solutions to our most pressing environment and development challenges. IUCN works on
biodiversity, climate change, energy, human livelihoods and greening the world economy by
supporting scientific research, managing field projects all over the world, and bringing
governments, NGOs, the UN and companies together to develop policy, laws and best
practice. IUCN is the world’s oldest and largest global environmental organization, with more
than 1,200 government and NGO members and almost 11,000 volunteer experts in some
160 countries. IUCN’s work is supported by over 1,000 staff in 45 offices and hundreds of
partners in public, NGO and private sectors around the world.
The Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office (ESARO) of IUCN that coordinates the
implementation of the Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Program (ESARP) is based in
Nairobi under an Agreement between IUCN and the Government of Kenya. The BDR Karamoja
project is one of the projects within ESARP. The project is financed by European Commission
Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection (ECHO) through Action Against Hunger (ACF). The
project is a response to an assessment carried out in 2011 that highlighted the need for the
completion and implementation of an Integrated Land and Water Resources Development and
Management Plan that was developed in order to sustainably respond to water demands in
agriculture, livestock production, human consumption and ecosystems. The project seeks to
improve understanding of the status of the natural resources, and the underlying causes of
vulnerability in the area of Okok sub-catchment, improve institutional capacity of local people to
develop and implement natural resources management plans to address the identified causes
of vulnerability and degradation, and advocate for integrated natural resources management
within policy forums and region-wide learning groups. The project will link with ongoing project
on building drought resilience in Kenya (Lower Tana sub catchment), and Uganda (the Upper
Aswa-Agago sub catchment) which is focusing on the improvement of water and land
management by local communities and government. In addition, it will also build on
interventions undertaken which provided the basis for further action in improving natural
resource management to improve disaster risk reduction.


Responsibilities
The Project Officer will coordinate and implement the project activities in the project operational
area in Uganda. He or she will link project activities to the Uganda country porgramme and the
Eastern and Southern Africa regional programme where relevant. Specific responsibilities entail:
1. Facilitate the development of integrated natural resources management (NRM) plans for
Okok sub-catchment through carrying out the following tasks:
 Design and conduct training and awareness sessions on natural resources
management and planning for the local communities and local government to build
capacity of traditional institutions and local government bodies in NRM,
 Facilitate community consultations to develop resources use maps for rangeland
planning purposes. The rangeland plans to identify risk reduction strategies,
ecosystem-based priorities and zoning of water resources for each type of activity,
 Strengthen multi-stakeholders dialogue between different natural resource users and
facilitating exchange mechanisms across sectors and governance levels to
strengthen diverse natural resources users to engage in negotiations on appropriate
and sustainable decentralized NRM governance systems.
2. Facilitate the implementation of ecosystem based priority actions within the management
plans that will strengthen social and ecological resilience.
3. Document the best practices and lessons from the project, through the production of
progress reports and a guideline summarizing the requirement for implementing integrated
NRM plans in Drylands catchment areas.
4. Carry out any other relevant tasks as required by, and mutually agreed with, Uganda Water
and Wetlands Programme Officer, Regional Water and Wetlands Coordinator and Regional
Drylands Programme Coordinator.
5. To operationalize the above mentioned duties under job the description framework, develop
and implement an annual work plan (performance agreement) as well as carry out the
appraisal as per the IUCN requirement.



Competencies
1. A minimum of an MSc. degree in Natural Resources Management, preferably Water
Resources Management, Dry lands or Rangelands Management
2. At least 7 years work experience in planning and implementing project activities in water
resource management or drylands management including project management,
monitoring and evaluation, and managing relationships with partners including the
government
3. Experience with community participation activities
4. Familiarity with the Ugandan Catchment Based Water Resource Management approach
and associated policy and laws
5. Familiarity with Uganda Rangeland Management Policy
6. Good verbal and written communication skills in English
7. Working knowledge of Ngakarimajong language
8. Demonstrated skills in computer literacy, technical writing and communication
9. Demonstrated ability to work with government agencies, research institutions and NGOs


Personal attributes
1. Strong inter personal skills, cultural sensitivity, and a very good communicator
2. Innovative and dynamic, with ability to take initiative and provide creative solutions to
project management problems
3. A proactive and self-motivated individual with good interpersonal skills, demonstrated
ability to work in a team and capacity to pay attention to detail.
4. Excellent analytical skills and ability to work with little supervision and function in a
multicultural and multidisciplinary environment.
5. Willingness to travel as needed.
IUCN staff are required to conduct themselves at all times in a manner that is compatible with their
responsibilities and in accordance with the standards of conduct expected by IUCN as set out in the
IUCN Staff Rules.

How to Apply:
Applicants are asked to submit their CV and a supporting letter of motivation and provide the
names and contact details (including e-mail addresses) of three referees. The letter must be
submitted on or before 24th July 2012 to: earohr@iucn.org
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ONLY SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED



Project Assistant Jobs Vacancy at IUCN in Uganda

Job Title:
Project Assistant, Building Resilience to Drought in the Karamoja
Region through Sustainable Natural Resources Management in the
Okok Sub-Catchment
Position: Project Assistant
Location: Karamoja, Uganda

Background
IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature, helps the world find pragmatic
solutions to our most pressing environment and development challenges. IUCN works on
biodiversity, climate change, energy, human livelihoods and greening the world economy by
supporting scientific research, managing field projects all over the world, and bringing
governments, NGOs, the UN and companies together to develop policy, laws and best
practice. IUCN is the world’s oldest and largest global environmental organization, with more
than 1,200 government and NGO members and almost 11,000 volunteer experts in some
160 countries. IUCN’s work is supported by over 1,000 staff in 45 offices and hundreds of
partners in public, NGO and private sectors around the world.
The Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office (ESARO) of IUCN that coordinates the
implementation of the Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Program (ESARP) is based in
Nairobi under an Agreement between IUCN and the Government of Kenya. The BDR Karamoja
project is one of the projects within ESARP. The project is financed by European Commission
Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection (ECHO) through Action Against Hunger (ACF). The
project is a response to an assessment carried out in 2011 that highlighted the need for the
completion and implementation of an Integrated Land and Water Resources Development and
Management Plan that was developed in order to sustainably respond to water demands in
agriculture, livestock production, human consumption and ecosystems. The project seeks to
improve understanding of the status of the natural resources, and the underlying causes of
vulnerability in the area of Okok sub-catchment, improve institutional capacity of local people to
develop and implement natural resources management plans to address the identified causes
of vulnerability and degradation, and advocate for integrated natural resources management
within policy forums and region-wide learning groups. The project will link with ongoing project
on building drought resilience in Kenya (Lower Tana sub catchment), and Uganda (the Upper
Aswa-Agago sub catchment) which is focusing on the improvement of water and land
management by local communities and government. In addition, it will also build on
interventions undertaken which provided the basis for further action in improving natural
resource management to improve disaster risk reduction.

Responsibilities:
The Project Assistant will support the Project Officer in the implementation of the project
activities.
1. Project implementation and management
Support the implementation and management of the project ensuring performance monitoring
and efficiency, effectiveness and quality outputs. Specifically, he or she will carry out the
following duties:
a. Responsible for management of project assets
b. Assist in planning and participation in field work
c. Assist in preparing activity budgets and accountabilities
d. Assist in financial and administration functions for the project
e. Assist in organizing meetings and workshops
f. Assist in information management and correspondences
g. Assist in organizing and participating in the project management meetings

2. Other duties
Carry out any other relevant tasks as required by, and mutually agreed with, BDR Karamoja
Project Officer and Uganda Water and Wetlands Programme Officer,
3. Annual Work plan (performance agreement)
To operationalise the above mentioned duties under the job description framework, develop and
implement an annual work plan (performance agreement) as well as carry out the appraisal as
per the IUCN requirement.

Competencies
 Preferably a first degree in Natural resources management or related sciences
especially dry land management or water resources management,
 3 years’ experience with community participation in natural resources management
 Good verbal and written communication skills in English
 Working knowledge of Ngakarimajong language
 Demonstrated skills in computer literacy, report writing and communication
 A valid driver’s license

Personal attributes
1. Strong inter personal skills, cultural sensitivity, and a very good communicator
2. Innovative and dynamic, with ability to take initiative and provide creative solutions to
project management problems
3. A proactive and self-motivated individual with good interpersonal skills, demonstrated
ability to work in a team and capacity to pay attention to detail.
4. Excellent analytical skills and ability to work with little supervision and function in a
multicultural and multidisciplinary environment.
5. Willingness to travel as needed.
IUCN staff are required to conduct themselves at all times in a manner that is compatible with their
responsibilities and in accordance with the standards of conduct expected by IUCN as set out in the
IUCN Staff Rules.


How to Apply:
Applicants are asked to submit their CV and a supporting letter of motivation and provide the
names and contact details (including e-mail addresses) of three referees. The letter must be
submitted on or before 25th July 2012 to: earohr@iucn.org
IUCN is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from qualified men and
women.
ONLY SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED

deadline: 25th July 2012



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