[Intstuds10] International Environmental Positions

Michael McIntyre mmcintyr at depaul.edu
Tue Nov 23 16:10:49 CST 2010


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International Environmental Programs
Issue Dated November 26, 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. Hystad, Publisher.





ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST
AFGHANISTAN 

Chemonics seeks a long-term environmental compliance specialist who will be
based in 
Kandahar. This position requires a specialist with demonstrated experience
preparing 
USAID-funded environmental compliance documentation with thorough knowledge
of 
USAID environmental compliance regulations.  The purpose of RAMP UP-South is
to 
create effective, responsive, democratic, transparent and accountable
municipal 
governance in targeted municipalities in southern Afghanistan. RAMP UP-South
will: 
(1) increase the capacity of municipal officials; (2) improve the delivery
of municipal 
services to citizens in target municipalities; and (3) increase municipal
capacity to 
enable, support, and sustain economic growth.  The environmental compliance
specialist will manage the RAMP UP-South environmental review system,
ensuring 
compliance with 22 CFR 216 requirements, project  Initial Environmental
Examination 
threshold decisions, and Afghan environmental laws and regulations. The
environmental compliance specialist will work with the RAMP UP-South
technical 
team to complete all required environmental screening for each planned
project 
activity, and will assure that environmental mitigation and monitoring plans
are 
prepared and implemented for all project activities.  QUALIFICATIONS:
Advance 
degree in a relevant field.  Minimum five years of relevant work experience
required, 
including experience managing environmental impact assessments (EIAs);
experience 
with USAID-funded requirements strongly preferred.  Demonstrated knowledge
of 
applicable USAID environmental policies and regulations.  English language
proficiency required.  TO APPLY: Please submit all EOIs to
RampUpEnvironment at chemonics.com no later  than December 15, 2010.

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*ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST AND SOCIAL SCIENTIST
JUBA, SUDAN 

MSI is seeking an Environmental Specialist to lead an Environmental
Assessment (EA) 
of an STCM project on seasonal emergency access tracks in and around Unity
State. 
This EA has been required by the Africa Bureau Environmental Officer (BEO)
to 
generate detailed information on the impacts of the activity on the
environment so that
a decision can be made whether or not to proceed with the project.
Responsibilities: 
Debriefing with USAID and GOSS; A draft Assessment Report addressing all the
issues 
identified in the Scoping Statement to be submitted within one month after
completion 
of the assessment.  QUALIFICATIONS: M.S. or equivalent collegiate degree in
relevant subject area (e.g., natural resource management, resource ecology,
environmental studies, etc.); Fifteen years of progressively responsible
experience in a 
development-related organization and ten years of responsible experience in
environmental assessments/ environmental impact assessments; Specialized
courses on 
USAID programmatic environmental assessment and management; Level IV
English, 
both oral and written, required; Broad knowledge of Sudanese culture,
politics, and 
major issues in which the USAID Mission operates; Thorough understanding of
U.S. 
foreign policy interests and objectives in the Sudan; Thorough knowledge of
the 
Govern

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