[Intstuds10] ICEW - International Environmental Positions

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International Career Employment Weekly
International Environmental Programs

Issue Dated July 2, 2010


Copyright 2010. All rights reserved. This information or any parts thereof
may not be reproduced in any form without the prior written permission of
the Publisher. Lisa L. Law-Hystad, Publisher.





 
PROGRAMME OFFICER, AMERICAS
PANAMA CITY, PANAMA

The United Nations Office for Project Services seeks a Programme Officer,
Americas 
(P-4) is sought in Panama City.  Duties: Provide technical assistance in DRR
as well as 
DRR for climate change adaptation to OAS, ACS, CEDEMA,CEPREDENAC,
CAPRADE and REHU; Coordinate policy development issues for UN/ISDR in the
Americas, including the review and analysis of issues and trends,
preparation of impact
evaluation or equivalent studies, etc.  REQUIRES: Advanced university degree
(Master¹s degree or equivalent) in business administration, development,
environment, 
political affairs, international or public relations, or a related field.
Minimum seven 
years of progressively responsible experience in project or programme
management, 
administration or related area. Closing date: 7/10/10.  Vacancy no:
VA/2010/SWOC/UNISDR/GARRO/003. TO APPLY: Qualified candidates may submit
their application, including a letter of interest, complete Curriculum Vitae
and an 
updated United Nations Personal History Form (P.11), via e-mail to
vacancies at unops.org. Kindly indicate the vacancy number and the post title
when 
applying (in the subject line by e-mail).

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*CHIEF OF PARTY 
INDONESIA 

Chemonics International seeks a chief of party for an anticipated marine and
climate 
support project in Indonesia. The project will support sustainable fisheries
management, 
institutional development of the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries,
and coastal 
community resilience and climate change adaptation. Responsibilities
include: ensure 
operational and program integrity, manage client and stakeholder relations,
lead 
program implementation, and oversee all technical and managerial decisions.
QUALIFICATIONS: Advanced degree in marine or environmental management,
public 
administration, business administration, governance, or other relevant
field; Minimum 
15 years of professional experience in marine resources management, coastal
resources 
management, sustainable fisheries management, local community and
alternative 
livelihood development, local governance capacity building, and behavior
change 
promotion; Proven leadership in the administration of international donor
support 
programs, with skills in strategic planning, management, supervision, and
budgeting; 
Proven ability to develop and communicate a common vision among diverse
partners 
and the ability to lead multidisciplinary teams; Strong interpersonal and
written 
communication skills; Knowledge of Indonesian coastal and marine resource
management issues preferred; Proficiency in Bahasa Indonesia preferred. TO
APPLY: 
Send electronic submissions to IMACSCOP at chemonics.com by July 09, 2010. No
telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted.

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*ASSOCIATE, ENVIRONMENT AND RESOURCES DIVISION
BETHESDA, MD 

ABT Associates has posted an opening for an Associate, Environment and
Resources.  
The candidate will plan, manage, and conduct a variety of economic and
environmental 
analyses to support federal environmental rulemaking activities, guidance
development, 
outreach and communication, program planning and evaluation, and information
management.  REQUIRES: The preferred candidate will have a Master's Degree
with at 
least 7 years of experience or Ph.D. in environmental management, economics,
environmental engineering, or related discipline and 4 years experience in
the field of 
environmental policy, guidance development, or regulatory analysis.
Excellent oral 
communication, writing, and analytical skills are essential. For more
information please 
go to www.abtassociates.com  Vacancy no: 2010-4548.

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*ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS ADVISER
VIENNA, AT 

The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe is seeking an
Environmental 
Affairs Adviser (P-3) in Vienna.  Duties: the incumbent will support OSCE
activities in 
relation to the environmental aspects of security, in particular with regard
to OSCE 
participation in the Environment and Security (ENVSEC) Initiative.
REQUIRES: 
University degree in economics, environmental law or international relations
and 
political science with a focus on economic and environmental studies; Six
years of 
professional experience, including two to three years work at the
international level;
Professional experience in diplomatic service and/or an international
organization 
would be an asset; In-depth understanding of and experience in security
related 
environmental issues; experience in carrying out analysis and performing
research. TO 
APPLY: Please apply online at http://www.osce.org/employment/13108.html
Closing 
date: 7/5/10.  Vacancy no: VNSCEP00494.

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*ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST
WASHINGTON, DC 

The World Bank has posted an opening for an Environmental Specialist in
Washington, 
DC.  Duties: Support the development of GEF programs and policies related to
chemicals. Draft guidance for GEF programs and policies for operations
related to 
chemicals and provide training and advice on these for GEF Agencies, country
counterparts, and other project proponents.  REQUIRES: Strong academic
background, 
including an advanced degree (Master¹s degree equivalent required, Ph.D.
preferred) in 
chemical or environmental engineering, environmental chemistry,
ecotoxicology, or 
other field related to chemicals management with a minimum of 5 years direct
relevant 
experience.  Knowledge and expertise in chemicals management and behavior
and the 
fate of chemicals or toxicology. TO APPLY: Please visit www.worldbank.org.
Vacancy 
no: 101225.  Closing date: 7/15/10.

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*NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT LEADER
MOZAMBIQUE 

Tetra Tech, through its subsidiary ARD, Inc., is accepting expressions of
interest from 
qualified candidates to lead the natural resources management component of a
sustainable tourism project in northern Mozambique. This is a 4 year
USAID-funded 
project which is anticipated to support tourism sector planning, strengthen
efficient 
governance of areas that have tourism potential, and support the
conservation of natural
areas, including parks and emerging conservancies.  QUALIFICATIONS:
Successful 
candidates will have a significant role in project management, and will
guide the 
implementation of technical assistance, training, and institutional support
to 
Mozambican partners.  Priority candidates will have expertise in most of the
following 
areas: Demonstrated history of providing highly competitive technical and
managerial 
leadership, including USAID project management; Familiarity with USAID
regulations, 
procedures, protocols, and reporting requirements; Demonstrated history of
providing 
deliverables on time and within budget; Community-based natural resource
management and public-private partnerships in the context of eco-tourism;
Small and 
medium enterprise development; Improved management of African protected
areas 
with resident human populations; Technical skills training; At least 10
years of 
experience and a minimum of a Master¹s Degree in a relevant field; Long-term
experience in Southern Africa; Portuguese fluency.  TO APPLY: Please email a
letter of 
application and current curriculum vitae (CV) in reverse chronological
format to 
dlangevin at ardinc.com. Please refer to ³Mozambique NRM² in the subject line.
Applications that do not meet the minimum requirements listed above will not
be 
considered. No phone calls will be accepted.  ARD, Inc. is committed to
diversity and 
gender equality in all of its operations in the U.S and overseas. We strive
to reflect these 
goals in our global mission and in our workplace. We encourage applications
from 
women and underrepresented ethnic, racial and cultural groups. ARD, Inc. is
proud to 
be an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer. Closing Date: Open

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WORLD RESOURCES INSTITUTE

The World Resources Institute has posted openings for the following
positions.  For 
more information and to apply visit www.wri.org/jobs

*ASSOCIATE, VULNERABILITY AND ADAPTATION
WASHINGTON, DC 

The Associate will engage appropriate WRI staff, developing country
partners, and 
international stakeholders and experts in the development of work around
implementation of the framework in national-level processes.  REQUIRES:
Experience 
in monitoring and evaluation, leading training workshops and in developing
training 
guides. Advanced degree in natural resource management, environmental
science, 
international development, international relations, natural resource
economics, or 
public administration.

*ASSOCIATE, CHINAFAQS
WASHINGTON, DC 

The Associate will work with Network partners and other WRI ChinaFAQs staff
on 
content and project management, and consult with senior staff on key
decisions and 
overall strategy.  REQUIRES: At least 3-5 years of relevant professional
experience, 
including project management experience.  Detailed knowledge of climate and
energy 
issues in relation to the U.S. and China and familiarity with the work of
U.S. based 
China experts working in the field. Experience working with Congress and
relevant 
federal agencies preferred.

*RESEARCH ASSISTANT / RESEARCH ANALYST, BUSINESS
ENGAGEMENT IN CLIMATE AND TECHNOLOGY
WASHINGTON, DC 

The World Resources Institute (WRI) has posted an opening for a Research
Assistant or 
Research Analyst with strong research, analysis, and communication skills to
support its 
business and climate initiatives.  REQUIRES: Bachelor¹s degree in economics,
business, engineering, environmental science, or a related field. Master¹s
and MBA 
candidates encouraged to apply.  1-3 years of work experience in the private
sector, 
ideally relating to climate and energy issues.

*PROJECT COORDINATOR, EQUITY, POVERTY, AND ENVIRONMENT
(EPE) OBJECTIVE 
WASHINGTON, DC 

The World Resources Institute has posted an opening for a Project
Coordinator who is 
primarily to manage the financial aspects of our environmental projects,
including 
budgets, contracts, financial reports, and other duties as required by
Project Staff.  
REQUIRES: Successful applicants should have a Bachelor¹s degree; Strong
organizational and quantitative skills; Prior budgeting experience must be
demonstrated; Fluency in French is required.

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*SENIOR MARKETING ANALYST
WASHINGTON, DC 

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global conservation organization, seeks a
Senior 
Marketing Analyst to provide assistance with strategically important
analytical efforts.
The successful candidate will optimize marketing campaigns through the use
of 
predictive modeling techniques and advise decision-makers regarding the best
quantitatively supported strategies for improvement and expansion.
REQUIRES: A 
Bachelor's degree or related experience in Mathematics, Statistics,
Economics, Finance,
or Business Administration is required. A Master's Degree is preferred. A
minimum of 6 
years experience performing data analysis is also required. Must have SAS
experience 
(Enterprise Guide/ Enterprise Miner). TO APPLY: visit our website
http://www.worldwildlife.org/about/jobs_iframe.cfm.  Vacancy no: 10086.

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*PROGRAM OFFICER, BUSINESS AND CLIMATE CHANGE
WASHINGTON, DC 

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global conservation organization, seeks a
Program 
Officer to support the Business & Industry (B&I) program¹s private sector
work aimed 
at developing innovative, cost-effective solutions to climate change.  The
Program 
Officer will work closely with the B&I Director and Senior Program Officers,
as well as 
other WWF global programs and offices. This person is responsible for
research and 
project management tasks related to the business and climate change program,
which 
include engaging corporate partners to develop carbon reduction strategies.
REQUIRES: A Bachelor¹s degree or related experience in Environmental
Science/ 
Management, Public Policy, Economics, Business or a related field is
required. A 
minimum of 2 years experience in business, environment, public policy, or a
related 
field is also necessary. Must be a self-starter- able to work independently
in addition to 
being team-oriented. TO APPLY: visit our website
http://www.worldwildlife.org/about/jobs_iframe.cfm.  Vacancy no: 10080.

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*DIRECTOR, FOUNDATION RELATIONS
WASHINGTON, DC 

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global conservation organization, seeks a
Director, 
Foundation Relations. Reporting to the VP of Development, this position will
lead our 
7-person Foundation Relations team in setting and implementing WWF¹s
foundation 
philanthropy program. REQUIRES: a Bachelor¹s degree, at least 10 years of
fundraising 
experience and at least 5 years of management experience. TO APPLY: visit
our 
website http://www.worldwildlife.org/about/jobs_iframe.cfm.  Vacancy no:
10085. 

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*GIFT PLANNING MARKETING COORDINATOR
WASHINGTON, DC 

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global conservation organization, seeks a
Gift 
Planning Marketing Coordinator to coordinate all aspects of high volume
marketing 
activities to generate more leads for fundraising officers and raise
awareness of gift 
planning opportunities among WWF members.  REQUIRES: A Bachelor¹s Degree or
equivalent experience is required.  A minimum of 2 years professional work
experience 
is also required. Strong Microsoft software package experience and excellent
organizational and analytical skills are needed. TO APPLY: visit our website
http://www.worldwildlife.org/about/jobs_iframe.cfm.  Vacancy no: 10087.

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