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International Career Employment Weekly
International Engineering & Computer System Support

Issue Dated September 17, 2010


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CHIEF, METEOROLOGY SECTION
MONTREAL, CANADA 

The International Civil Aviation Organization is seeking a Chief,
Meteorology Section,
Air Navigation Bureau at headquarters in Montreal.  The Meteorology Section
(MET) 
maintains the currency of Annex 3 to the Convention on International Civil
Aviation 
and related guidance materials (manual, circulars, etc.), monitors and
updates the MET 
part of regional air navigation plans and supplementary procedures, conducts
studies 
and provides guidance on the provision of meteorological services to civil
aviation.  
MAJOR DUTIES: The incumbent will perform the following duties: 1. Direct and
plan 
the work of the Section including supervision of staff, preparation of work
programme 
and planning for air navigation meetings in the field of aeronautical
meteorology.  2. 
Prepare working papers, studies, etc., for committees, international
meetings, etc. on all
operational procedures and technical aspects of equipment, systems and
information 
management; participate in the discussion of such papers and studies and
initiate action 
as required.  3. Serve as Secretary or Technical Advisor to committees,
panels, study 
and operations groups, and international meetings or components of such
meetings.  4. 
Analyze or draft proposals related to the amendment and implementation of
technical 
Annexes to the ICAO Convention and other ICAO regulatory documents, manuals,
etc.  
5. Analyze proposals related to the amendment and implementation of ICAO
regional 
plans and advise on methods of further implementation.  6. Prepare
correspondence, 
technical studies and publications for transmittal to Contracting States and
international 
organizations.  7. Maintain liaison with and provide specialized advice to
other sections 
of the Air Navigation Bureau, the ICAO Regional Offices and to other offices
of the 
Organization.  8. Undertake missions to States and represent ICAO at
meetings of other 
international organizations. In particular, maintain liaison with the WMO.
9. Keep 
abreast of significant trends and technological developments in the field of
meteorology.  Duration of appointment: Initial appointment will be on a
three-year, 
fixed term basis (first year is probationary for an external candidate).
This vacancy is 
open to both female and male candidates. In order to increase the number of
women at 
all levels, women are particularly invited to apply for vacant posts, as
well as for roster 
evaluation for future vacancies.  TO APPLY: Download by accessing the ICAO
employment website at http://www.icao.int/employment and complete the ICAO
Application for Employment Form for submission to the Human Resources
Branch: 
recruitment at icao.int.  In all cases quote the vacancy notice number.
Applications 
should be submitted with a letter demonstrating how your professional
experience and 
competencies match those expressed in the vacancy notice. Date for entry on
duty:  
After 1 January 2011.  Deadline for applications: 4 October 2010. Vacancy
no: PC 
2010/41/P-5.  Only applicants who are under serious consideration will be
contacted 
and interviewed.  

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TECHNICAL OFFICER, AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
MONTREAL, CANADA 

The International Civil Aviation Organization is seeking a Technical
Officer, 
Meteorology/ Aeronautical Information Management Section, Safety
Standardization 
and Infrastructure, Air Navigation Bureau at headquarters in Montreal.  The
Meteorology/ Aeronautical Information Management Section (MET/AIM) is
responsible for the development of Standards, Recommended Practices,
procedures and 
guidance material related to meteorological and aeronautical information and
charting 
services for international air navigation, including aeronautical
abbreviations and codes
for worldwide use. The MET/AIM Section manages a work programme to enable
the 
global transition from traditional product-centric aeronautical information
services 
(AIS) to data-centric aeronautical information management (AIM).  MAJOR
DUTIES: 
1. Assist the Secretary of the Aeronautical Information Services ­
Aeronautical 
Information Management Study Group (AIS-AIMSG) in providing technical
support on 
matters relating to aeronautical charting and in advancing the work on the
global 
transition from AIS to AIM. Prepare working papers and process resultant
ICAO 
documentation amendments and related guidance material.  2. Prepare and/or
update 
correspondence, technical studies and publications.  3. Prepare responses to
queries on 
matters related to aeronautical charting and aeronautical information
management 
received from ICAO standing bodies, regional offices, international
organizations, the 
aviation industry, etc. Along with the Technical Officers in the Section,
assist in 
providing advice and support to States in the implementation of ICAO SARPs
and 
guidance material.  4. Keep abreast of latest developments on aeronautical
charting and 
aeronautical information management and related matters. When required,
participate 
in international meetings on related subjects.  Duration of appointment:
Initial 
appointment will be on a three-year, fixed term basis (first year is
probationary for an
external candidate).  This vacancy is open to both female and male
candidates. In order
to increase the number of women at all levels, women are particularly
invited to apply 
for vacant posts, as well as for roster evaluation for future vacancies.  TO
APPLY: 
Download by accessing the ICAO employment website at
http://www.icao.int/employment and complete the ICAO Application for
Employment 
Form for submission to the Human Resources Branch: recruitment at icao.int.  In
all 
cases quote the vacancy notice number. Deadline for applications: 7 October
2010. 
Date for entry on duty: After 30 April 2011.  Vacancy no: PC 2010/43/P-2.
Applications should be submitted with a letter demonstrating how your
professional 
experience and competencies match those expressed in the vacancy notice.
Only 
applicants who are under serious consideration will be contacted and
interviewed. 

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SENIOR PROJECT DIRECTOR, ICT
WASHINGTON, DC 

AED is currently seeking a Senior Project Director who will provide state of
the art 
expertise and technical assistance to ICT related projects both from
Washington, DC 
and in the field, and contribute actively to business development.  The AED
Information Technology Applications Center (ITAC) focuses on applying
information 
and communications technologies (ICTs) in a wide range of development
programs and 
sectors. These applications include increasing access to ICTs by rural and
underserved 
communities as well as specific applications of ICTs for development in
sectors such as 
education, workforce development and employability, youth, and economic
growth. To 
this end, ITAC works with several funding entities including USAID, private
sector 
organizations, NGOs and host country governments, and other partners.  Job
duties will 
include: Provide technical leadership by utilizing ICTs in the following
critical and 
expanding areas: educational improvement, workforce development, youth
lifelong 
learning assistance, and workforce assistance.  Provide technical assistance
to include 
assessments, feasibility studies, policy and programming advice and
implementation 
assistance.  Manage projects in several countries to include budget
oversight and 
development, liaising with partners, writing concept papers, etc.  Play
leadership role in 
identifying and pursuing new initiatives and working on business
development.  
QUALIFICATIONS: Master¹s degree and at least 13 years of experience or
equivalent 
combination of experience and education.  Significant experience using ICT
as a socio-
economic tools for development.  Knowledge of educational improvement,
workforce 
development, youth life-long learning assistance, or other relevant areas.
While it is not 
expected that the Senior Program Director II will be an expert in all areas,
s/he should 
be a recognized leader in one or more category.  Experience working in
multiple 
developing world countries.  Experience with mobile and new learning
technologies 
desirable.  Familiarity with rules governing USAID-funded projects.  TO
APPLY: 
Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter online at:
http://www.aed.org/Employment/AED-Current-Openings.html. Job number 10396.
AA/EOE/M/F/D/V 

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COLDFUSION/ JAVA SOLUTIONS DEVELOPERS
WASHINGTON, D.C. 

MSI is seeking ColdFusion/ Java Solutions Developers in Washington, DC.
These roles 
are both user-facing and involve technical implementation. The Solution
Developer will 
produce web applications for MSI¹s clients here in the US and around the
world in 
interesting places to assist them in their work in the field of
international development.
This individual must be able understand business functional requirements and
technical 
platform capabilities, synthesize the requirements and capabilities into
functional 
specifications, prepare technical specifications, and develop and test the
final product. 
The solutions will be multi-user web-based data management applications
based on 
either ColdFusion 9 or Spring 3/Webflow 2 with a SQL Server 2008 backend.
Work 
will be conducted onsite at MSI¹s offices near the SW waterfront in
Washington, DC in 
a fast-paced but fun environment.  The technical interview process for this
position is 
rigorous, including hands-on programming problems.  REQUIRES: Bachelor¹s
degree. 
5+ years of strong experience with enterprise relational database products
including ER 
modeling, and developing multi-table join queries, views and stored
procedures.  5 
years of hands on experience developing complex web applications on
ColdFusionMX 
(6+) and MS SQL Server (2005+) in a team.  Experience with version control
systems 
(we use SVN).  Bonus Points for: Experience with product management systems
(we 
use JIRA/Confluence); Experience with Spring Framework 2+, ColdFusion
frameworks; Experience developing RIAs (with either Flex or opensource
JS-based 
frameworks); Experience developing applications utilizing BPM/ workflow
management systems (Drools or similar); Experience with Drupal or other open
source 
CMS (admin, extension/ mod).  TO APPLY: Only candidates who have been
selected 
for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.  To apply,
please visit our 
website: www.msiworldwide.com.

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DATABASE ANALYST
BOGOTA, COLOMBIA 

ACCION has posted an opening for a Database Analyst to analyze, develop, and
modify 
the Risk Models created by the unit for the clients, which explain the
behavior of the 
client base that they are serving and the probability that they could become
delinquent.  
REQUIRES: Bachelor¹s or Master¹s degree in Mathematics, Statistics or
Economics 
with a deep knowledge of statistical models and procedures.  Must have a
basic 
knowledge of databases and programming in SQL or the ability to perform
complex 
data transformations in statistical packages.  At least two years of
experience working 
in the statistical field, either in the development of risk models or in
other areas that 
required extensive statistical work. For more information and to apply visit
www.jobs-
accion.icims.com/jobs/intro.  Vacancy no: 2010-1205.

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HEAD, DECLARATION VALIDATION AND EVALUATION (CHEMICAL
DEMILITARISATION)
THE NETHERLANDS 

The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons seeks a Head,
Declaration 
Validation and Evaluation (P-4) in The Netherlands.  Duties: Lead the
Declaration 
Validation and Evaluation Section (Chemical Demilitarisation) ensuring that
all 
processes are functioning properly and serving the objective of the
Declarations Branch.
REQUIRES: Advanced university degree which includes a major in chemistry or
chemical engineering.  An advanced degree in Business Management with a
first degree 
in Chemistry is also acceptable.  At least 8 years experience in information
handling 
and analysis in a public organization, chemical industry, or military.  At
least 3 years 
CWC-related experience is desirable. Please apply online at
https://www.opcw.org/PHFOnline/Welcome.aspx.  Closing date: 11/1/10.
Vacancy no: 
E-VER/DEB/HDVE/F0195/P-4/48/07-10

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DIRECTOR OF CAP-NET
PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA

The United Nations Office for Project Services seeks a Director of Cap-Net
(P-6) in 
Pretoria.  The Director is the Chief Executive Officer of Cap-Net and the
Head of its 
Secretariat. The Cap-Net Director will be responsible for the overall
management of the 
Cap-Net Programme including its strategy, work programme, funding,
personnel, 
partnerships and institutional networking. REQUIRES: An advanced degree in
natural 
science, engineering, water management, environmental economics, social
science or 
equivalent education.  At least 15 years experience in working on water
management 
and development issues. 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).  Vacancy no: VA/2010/54126/DCN/02 Closing date: 10/11/10.

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THE PREPARATORY COMMISSION FOR THE COMPREHENSIVE
NUCLEAR-TEST-BAN TREATY ORGANIZATION

The Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-test-ban Treaty
Organization seeks candidates for the following positions. When applying,
please quote 
the vacancy announcement number and complete the CTBTO Personal History
form. 
Please visit www.ctbto.org to apply.

RADIONUCLIDE OPERATIONS OFFICER
VIENNA 

A Radionuclide Operations Officer (P-3) is sought in Vienna.  Duties: Assess
the 
operation of noble gas (xenon) systems and Laboratory measurements of noble
gas 
samples including: incident troubleshooting, preliminary evaluation, and
classification 
of reports in terms of categorization of cause, fault diagnosis and problem
resolution of 
the International Monitoring System (IMS) stations.  REQUIRES: University
degree in 
physics, chemistry or nuclear engineering with specialization in the field
of 
radionuclide, preferably in noble gas monitoring, radionuclide monitoring or
a related 
field. At least five years relevant working experience, preferably part of
which should 
have been in an international environment, in the field of operations of
distributed 
complex networks and systems. Closing date: 1/1/11.  Vacancy no:
VA005-50-2010 

RADIONUCLIDE OPERATIONS OFFICER
VIENNA 

A Radionuclide Operations Officer (P-3) is sought in Vienna.   Duties:
Assess the 
operation of radionuclide (RN) stations including: incident troubleshooting,
preliminary 
evaluation, and classification of reports in terms of categorization of
cause, fault 
diagnosis and problem resolution of IMS stations. REQUIRES: University
degree in 
nuclear science or a related field. At least five years relevant working
experience, 
preferably at least two years of which should have been in an international
environment, 
with radionuclide spectra analysis, air monitoring, detection equipment, and
environmental influences on radionuclide monitoring. Closing date: 1/1/11.
Vacancy 
no: VA006-51-2010 

ASSOCIATE ANALYST
VIENNA 

An Associate Analyst (P-2) is sought in Vienna.  Duties: Prepare preliminary
review of 
events defined in the automatic processing bulletin. Prepare detailed review
of 
automatically generated events and parameters, using the raw data and
correct, when 
necessary, the automatic solutions.  REQUIRES: University degree in physics,
geophysics, acoustics or a related field with relevant experience in
seismic, 
hydroacoustic and/or infrasound data analysis.  At least two years relevant
working 
experience in a field related to seismic/ acoustic analysis, preferably a
part of which 
should have been in an international environment. Closing date: 1/1/11.
Vacancy no: 
VA003-52-2010. 

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*SENIOR SYSTEMS ENGINEER
SILVER SPRING, MD 

CHF International has posted an opening for a Senior Systems Engineer who
will be 
accountable for the design, build, development and management of corporate
systems 
and networking technologies for CHF International.   REQUIRES: BA/BS in
Computer 
Science or related field; CCNA, MCSE or the equivalent certifications; 5+
years 
administering network architecture and infrastructure working in a
high-availability 
network environment. For more information and to apply please go to
www.chfhq.org  
Vacancy no: 1852.  

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DAI 

DAI has posted an opening for the following positions.  For more information
and to 
apply please visit www.dai.com/washington/careers.php

*PRINCIPAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS ANALYST
BETHESDA, MD 

The Principal Business Systems Analyst will oversee the Oracle E-Business
Suite 
Project Costing and Billing, and Project Contracts applications, with a goal
to optimize 
the system to support both the business and end user needs.  REQUIRES:
Bachelor¹s 
Degree or equivalent in Computer Science or related field and seven years of
work 
experience in the job offered or related field of information technology;
or, in the 
alternative, a Master¹s degree or equivalent and five years of work
experience. 

*DESKTOP PUBLISHER
BETHESDA, MD 

The Desktop Publishing Specialist will format proposals, reports, and other
documents 
in accordance with established guidelines and will ensure that all
publications meet 
DAI¹s standards for quality.  REQUIRES: In-depth knowledge of MS Word, MS
Excel, 
MS PowerPoint, Adobe InDesign, and Adobe Acrobat.  Ability to handle
multiple tasks 
under tight deadlines.

*PC SUPPORT SPECIALIST
BETHESDA, MD 

An opening is posted for a PC Support Specialist to be responsible for
maintaining and 
ensuring proper functioning of workstations, printers, and all peripherals.
REQUIRES: 
BA/BS computer science or A+ Certification preferred; Good knowledge of
computer 
hardware and software theory as well as hands on experience with PC and
latest 
Microsoft operating systems and other tools; One year experience working in
a 
computer support position preferred.

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*DIRECTOR HRIS
NEW YORK, NY 

The International Rescue Committee has posted an opening for an HRIS
Director who 
is responsible for identifying HRIS requirements for the IRC, acting as the
primary 
Business Owner for HR systems implementations and interfaces with other IRC
systems, and managing vendor relationships.  REQUIRES: A minimum of 6-8
years of 
experience with HRIS or comparable system administration; ADP experience a
plus.  
Experience leading a global software implementation in a business owner or
technical 
role. For more information and to apply please go online to www.ircjobs.org.

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*DESKTOP/ LAN SUPPORT
WASHINGTON, DC 

International Medical Corps has posted an opening for a Desktop/Lan Support
person 
who performs the first level of IT support for the overall organization.
REQUIRES: 5+ 
years providing hands-on Desktop/PC (2nd Level) support to an end-user
community; 
Experience installing, configuring and troubleshooting PC/Laptops/ Printers
in 
Windows environment; Basic server admin and LAN admin experience. For more
information and to apply please visit our website at www.imcworldwide.org
and 
complete the online employment application form found under the tab "Work
with 
IMC². 

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INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY

The International Atomic Energy Agency seeks candidates for the following
positions.  
Please apply online at http://www.iaea.org/About/Jobs/howtoapply.html or
mail 
applications to the Division of Personnel, IAEA, Wagramer Strasse 5, P.O.
Box 100, A-
1400 Vienna, Austria.

*MASS SPECTROMETRY SPECIALIST
VIENNA, AUSTRIA 

A Mass Spectrometry Specialist (P-4) is sought in Vienna.  The Mass
Spectrometry 
Specialist is responsible for ensuring the accurate, precise and timely
analysis of 
actinide elements in nuclear material and environmental samples using
thermal 
ionization mass spectrometry (TIMS) and inductively-coupled plasma mass
spectrometry (ICP-MS). REQUIRES: Advanced university degree (preferably a
Ph.D.) 
in Chemistry, Physics or a related technical field.  At least 7 years of
experience in the 
use of TIMS and ICP-MS, with at least 5 years involving high accuracy or
high 
sensitivity measurements of plutonium and/or uranium.  Experience in
supervising 
technical staff.  Experience in working with radioactivity is desirable.
Fluency in 
spoken and written English.  Closing date: 10/8/10.  Vacancy no: 2010/097.

*SAFEGUARDS EVALUATOR
VIENNA, AUSTRIA 

A Safeguards Evaluator (P-4) is sought in Vienna. Reporting to the Senior
Evaluator, 
the Safeguards Evaluator evaluates the effectiveness of the implementation
of 
safeguards at the facility and State level for the States assigned.
REQUIRES: Advanced 
university degree in physics, chemistry, nuclear engineering, or a related
discipline. At 
least 7 years of working experience in the nuclear fuel cycle industry,
regulations, or 
research with practical experience in the development and application of
safeguards 
procedures in the nuclear fuel cycle.  Fluency in written and spoken
English. 
Knowledge of other official IAEA languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian
or 
Spanish) desirable.  Closing date: 10/4/10.  Vacancy no: 2010/104.

*SENIOR NUCLEAR POWER DEVELOPMENT EXPERT
VIENNA, AUSTRIA 

A Senior Nuclear Power Development Expert (P-5) is sought in Vienna.  As a
key team 
member reporting to the head of the infrastructure team, the Senior Nuclear
Power 
Development Expert manages projects, develops international guidelines,
develops and 
implements new programmes on training, assists Member States in the area of
nuclear 
infrastructure development and provides technical assistance at the request
of Member 
States.  REQUIRES: University degree in nuclear sciences/ engineering,
physics or 
chemistry or the equivalent through experience with a national or
international 
organization in the area of nuclear issues and international issues.  10
years of 
experience in a relevant field, of which at least 5 should have been at the
international 
level.  Closing date: 10/8/10.  Vacancy no: 2010/083.

*NUCLEAR ENGINEER
VIENNA, AUSTRIA 

A Nuclear Engineer (P-3) is sought in Vienna.  As a key member of the
Integrated 
Nuclear Infrastructure Group, led by the group leader, the Nuclear Engineer
develops 
and maintains databases of countries embarking on nuclear power programmes,
managing, collecting and disseminating information on new nuclear projects.
In 
addition, he/she assists Member States in their efforts to build national
nuclear 
infrastructure and provides technical assistance, especially as regards
infrastructure 
building.  REQUIRES: University degree in nuclear engineering, international
relations, 
public policy or in a related discipline.  Five years of experience in a
relevant field.  
Experience of working in a national/ international nuclear organization or
institute 
desirable.  Closing date: 10/8/10.  Vacancy no: 2010/102.

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*PROJECT MANAGER
STRAITS OF MALACCA AND SINGAPORE

The International Maritime Organization is seeking a Project Manager (P-4).
The 
overall objective of the assignment is to develop, manage and implement the
MEH 
Demonstration Project on behalf of the International Maritime Organization
and will be 
under the overall supervision and guidance of the Director, Marine
Environment 
Division, IMO.  REQUIRES: At least 7 years professional experience,
preferably in the 
area of navigation, hydrography and marine environment management as well as
appropriate business experience including the development and establishment
of 
bankable projects and an understanding of financing mechanisms.  Master's
degree with 
specialization in maritime administration, maritime technology, navigation,
marine 
environment management, marine engineering or hydrography. TO APPLY: please
complete the IMO Personal History form and submit it. Print out a copy of
the Personal 
History form, and sign it. The completed form should be sent, by mail or
e-mail, with a 
covering letter to: Human Resource Officer, Recruitment & Staff Development
IMO, 
HR Services 4 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7SR United Kingdom Fax no: +44
20 
7587 3210  E-mail: bnayna at imo.org  Closing date: 9/24/10.  Vacancy no: VN
10-15. 

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*OFFICER, AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM 

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is seeking an Officer, Air Traffic
Management 
(A3/A4) in Brussels.  The Air Defence and Airspace Management Directorate
(ADAM) 
is responsible for policy development, support and oversight of related
activities and 
topics.  The Airspace Management Section is responsible for all airspace and
air traffic 
management (ATM) related activities and provides support for the
International Staff
(IS), International Military Staff (IMS), NATO Military Authorities (NMAs),
NATO 
bodies and Agencies, including the NATO Air Traffic Management Committee
(NATMC) and its sub-structure.  REQUIRES: be a graduate of a university,
college, 
institute or military academy of recognized standing, preferably an engineer
in aviation 
and ATM related techniques; have extensive knowledge of the operational and
engineering aspects of civil and military ATM systems; have either an air
traffic control 
license with a minimum of 8 years of experience in civil-military air
traffic control 
delivery and/or extensive (at least 6 years) experience in the management of
aviation, 
regulatory and service provision functions of ATM. TO APPLY: Please apply
online at 
http://www.nato.int/structur/recruit/index.htm.  Closing date: 10/6/10.
Vacancy no: A  
48(2010). 

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*INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST
PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI

The World Health Organization seeks an Information Systems Specialist (NO-A)
in 
Port-au-Prince.  Duties: Plan, develop, implement and manage information
systems, in 
accordance with the Organization's rules, regulations, policies, standards,
procedures 
and practices for information systems and telecommunications operations.
REQUIRES: A Bachelor's degree in computer science, information systems,
engineering or other related field from an accredited university.  Three
years of 
professional experience in the application of management of information
processing 
techniques with a focus on business process analysis and project management.
Please 
visit WHO's e-Recruitment website at: www.who.int/employment. Reference the
Appropriate Vacancy No.  Closing date: 9/23/10.  Vacancy no: PAHO/10/FT418

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*RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
PARIS 

The Organization For Economic Co-Operation and Development¹s NEA Radiation
Protection and Radioactive Waste Management Division is looking for a
specialist 
(A2/A3) with confirmed experience to carry out, under the supervision of the
Division 
Head  and in collaboration with senior staff, various scientific, technical
and policy-
related activities in support of the NEA programme of work of the
Radioactive Waste 
Management Committee (RWMC). He/she will service the RWMC and its working
groups in the area of long term safety issues and the safety case for
long-lived waste 
disposal, and related strategic, technical and scientific aspects to build
confidence in 
waste management approaches and implementation. REQUIRES: Advanced
university 
degree in science or engineering or another discipline relevant to
radioactive waste 
management.  Five years experience in radioactive waste management,
including 
regulatory, strategic and policy aspects of management of long-lived
radioactive waste. 
Experience in developing or reviewing safety cases for waste management
would be an 
advantage. Please apply online at
http://erecruit.oecd.org/servlets/iclientservlet/erecruit/?ICType=Panel&Menu
=ROLE_A
PPLICANT&Market=GBL&PanelGroupName=ER_VIEW_JOBS&RL=&target=main
Closing date: 10/5/10.  Vacancy no: 3606.

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*SENIOR HIGHWAY ENGINEER
WASHINGTON, DC 

The World Bank has posted an opening for a Senior Highway Engineer in
Washington, 
DC.  Duties: Providing guidance to improve the professional quality of roads
and 
highways subsector in AFTTR in general and raise professional standards of
other 
unit¹s staff, through technical advisory quality assurance control of
projects and junior
staff mentoring.  REQUIRES: Post graduate degree at Master¹s level or higher
in 
transport engineering, specializing in road sub-sector, especially in
material 
engineering, pavement and/or structural engineering. Minimum 15 years proven
experience in the transport sector, out of which minimum 7 years in
developed 
countries, with demonstrated ability to work on (a) policy, institutional
and financing 
aspects of road agencies, (b) road and other transport infrastructure
construction, 
maintenance and asset management as a road agency project engineer or as a
contractor. TO APPLY: Please visit www.worldbank.org.  Vacancy no: 101791.
Closing date: 9/20/10.

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*INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPER
GENEVA 

The International Trade Center is seeking an Information Systems Developer
(P-3) in 
Geneva. Acts as focal point for IT&S for all Web based and enabled systems
developments, web architecture administration, including leading the review
of 
technological developments in the use of the Internet, Intranet, Extranet,
web tools and 
bespoke portal solutions to meet the organization¹s needs.   REQUIRES:
University 
degree in Computer Science or a closely related field.  Industry recognized
Project 
Management certificate.  A minimum of seven years of progressively
responsible 
professional experience in IT web development specifically in the area of
web content 
management systems (CMS analysis, design and deployment and incorporating a
minimum of two years as a project team leader), web system administration
and support 
(including systems analysis, design deployment of multi tier .net/asp/SQL
based 
platforms) and project management (team recruitment and formation, project
financial 
planning, team leadership and administration, system life cycle management).
TO 
APPLY: Please apply online at http://www.intracen.org/menus/itc.htm  Closing
date: 
9/21/10.  Vacancy no: ITC/VN/21/2010

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*IT CUSTOMER SUPPORT MANAGER
WASHINGTON, DC 

Chemonics seeks an IT customer support manager (a Chemonics' director level
position) to provide oversight for IT-related support services and end-user
training for 
more than 400 employees. This Chemonics¹ director-level position will manage
the IT 
Customer Support unit, applying in-depth technical expertise and
recommending 
strategies to improve its effectiveness and efficiency. Responsibilities
include: provide 
management oversight for the Help Desk; establish processes to identify,
track, and 
resolve customer problems; liaise with other departments and individuals on
joint 
planning and activities; lead IT training efforts and initiatives, and
direct unit operations
and conceptualize new strategies to improve unit performance.
QUALIFICATIONS: 
Advanced degree preferred, or equivalent combination of education and work
experience in a relevant area, minimum five years of relevant IT work
experience, 
minimum three years of experience managing a customer support unit
supporting more 
than 300 end users, solid understanding and practical experience in customer
support 
operations, Help Desk operations, and provision of technology training;
ability to solve 
complex technical, managerial, or operational problems and evaluate options
based on 
relevant information, resources, well-rounded experience, and knowledge;
ability to 
operate at advanced levels of authority and manage significant activities,
budgets, and 
resources to produce and take responsibility for results, experience living
or working in 
developing countries preferred, foreign language fluency preferred, 
willingness to work 
overseas for four to eight weeks a year and to consider long-term overseas 
assignments, 
demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and 
in writing, 
and lead presentations, training courses, and meetings; strong knowledge of 
Microsoft 
Office applications; ability to work both independently and as part of a 
team, 
demonstrated ability to manage and supervise department staff, multiple 
project teams, 
and other initiatives, and demonstrated integrity, independent thinking, 
judgment, and 
respect for others. TO APPLY: Send electronic submissions to 
ITcustomermgr at chemonics.com by September 30, 2010. Applications will be 
evaluated as they are received. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists 
will be 
contacted. 

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*KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
SUDAN 

MSI is seeking a Knowledge Management Specialist who will be responsible for 
working on two key activities: the planning and development of Intranet and 
planning 
and development of a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for USAID-Sudan. 
The 
objective of the Intranet will be to improve shared access to soft-copy 
administrative 
and project documents. The aim of the GIS activity is to allow for spatial 
representation 
of USAID programs and socio-demographic data on Sudan in Sudan. Additional 
work 
includes: compilation and presentation of State level achievements; 
maintaining and 
sharing inventory of evaluations and assessments; background documents, and 
photos.  
REQUIRES: Demonstrated knowledge of GIS within the context of international 
development; knowledge of GIS and cartographic concepts, theory and 
practices;  
Extensive knowledge of computers, internetworking and related tools, 
systems, 
software and applications used in knowledge management; Ability to establish 
and 
maintain effective working relationships through remote communications with 
co-
workers and clients at USAID; Proven ability to work independently with 
minimal 
instruction and direction; Ability to maintain accurate records, good 
organizational and 
planning skills; Experience with project management and USAID regulations a 
plus.  
This is a short-term technical assignment for approximately 60 days, 
starting in 
September 2010.  Only candidates who have been selected for an interview 
will be 
contacted. No phone calls, please.  TO APPLY: please visit our website: 
www.msiworldwide.com.  

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*WIDE AREA NETWORK MANAGER 

URC is seeking a Wide Area Network Manager.  REQUIRES: BS/BA in Computer 
Science or Information Systems.  4-6 years of managing technical staff 
and/or resources 
(i.e., Client Server, Computer Operations, Network and Telecommunications, 
including 
video conferencing).  Advanced PC Windows Skills (MS Word, Excel and 
Project). 
Some knowledge of DOS commands.  4-6 years experience with Windows Server 
OS.  
4 years experience with client server applications.  Strong  knowledge of 
Network 
connectivity, hardware, and operations to include TCP/IP, layer three 
networking, layer 
two networking (VLAN, Spanning tree, etc.), Cisco switching and routing 
technology. 
To see the full position description and to apply visit http://www.urc-
chs.com/careers/career-list.html 

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PATH 

PATH has posted openings for the following positions.  For more information 
and to 
apply visit www.path.org/employment.php 

*COMPUTER SUPPORT SPECIALIST
SEATTLE, WA 

The PATH Network Computer Support team has posted an opening for a full-
time Computer Support Specialist to manage and maintain its Help Desk in the 
headquarters office in Seattle.  REQUIRES: A+ Certification and/or Microsoft 
Certified 
Professional (MCP). Experience with MS Windows Active Directory. TCP/IP, 
DNS, 
DHCP.  Three plus years Help Desk experience in systems administration and 
troubleshooting hardware and software issues using Windows XP Professional, 
Windows 7, Microsoft Office 2003 and 2007. Experience using Help Desk 
software. 
Experience in diagnosing and resolving network and workstation technical 
issues.  
Vacancy no: 4210. 

*SENIOR PROGRAM OFFICER, MALARIA VACCINE INITIATIVE
BETHESDA, MD 

MVI has posted an opening for a Senior Program Officer who will provide 
project 
management oversight for translational projects that are entering early 
clinical 
development phase.  REQUIRES: Ph.D. in biological science plus a minimum of 
eight 
years of experience in vaccine development; or equivalent combination of 
education 
and experience.  Proven track record in vaccine development with focus on 
process 
development, manufacturing and testing for recombinant protein and live 
viral vectors.  
Vacancy no: 4202. 

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*VOICE/DATA NETWORK ANALYST
CAMBRIDGE, MA 

ABT Associates has posted an opening for a Voice/ Data Network Analyst who 
is part 
of a group responsible for the overall integrity of the enterprise-wide 
voice and data 
network, including installation, maintenance, management, and coordination 
of the 
corporate network infrastructure. REQUIRES: BA/BS with 1-3 years of 
experience. 
Cisco voice and data, Checkpoint, Bluecoat, RSA. For more information please 
go to 
www.abtassociates.com.  Vacancy no: 2010-4710. 

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*TECHNICAL OFFICER I-GRAPHIC DESIGNER
WASHINGTON, DC 

AED has posted an opening for a Graphic Designer to provide design support 
for the 
project¹s publications and materials in the form of manuals, guides, 
technical reports 
and briefs, low-literacy counseling materials, PowerPoint presentations and 
posters.  
REQUIRES: An equivalent combination of education and experience will be 
accepted 
in lieu of Master¹s.  Demonstrated experience in using desktop publishing/ 
design 
software for PC computers, including expert knowledge in the following: 
Microsoft 
Word, PowerPoint, and Adobe Suite: Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator and 
Acrobat. 
Aptitude for learning new technology will be beneficial. For more 
information and to 
apply go to www.aed.org/employment/index.cfm Vacancy no: JB10347 

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*THE PREPARATORY COMMISSION FOR THE COMPREHENSIVE 
NUCLEAR-TEST-BAN TREATY ORGANIZATION 

The Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-test-ban Treaty 
Organization seeks candidates for the following positions. When applying, 
please quote 
the vacancy announcement number and complete the CTBTO Personal History 
form. 
Please visit www.ctbto.org to apply. 

*SOFTWARE ENGINEER
VIENNA, AUSTRIA 

A Software Engineer (P-4) is sought in Vienna.  Duties: Identify, plan and 
execute 
projects and provide software engineering solutions in support of the 
installation, 
testing, operation and maintenance of the IMS.  This includes data 
acquisition, 
communications technology, computer networking applications, interface 
issues, data 
security/ authentication, calibration, state-of-health monitoring, 
configuration 
management, incidents and problem management. REQUIRES: Advanced university 
degree in computer science, engineering, geophysics, nuclear sciences or a 
related field 
with emphasis on scientific software management and development. At least 
seven 
years relevant working experience, at least two of which should have been in 
an 
international environment, in management and development of scientific 
software to 
process large volumes of data, using UNIX operating systems, C programming 
language 
and relational databases, especially Oracle. Closing date: 1/1/11.  Vacancy 
no: VA002-
46-2010. 

*OPERATIONS OFFICER
VIENNA, AUSTRIA 

An Operations Officer (P-4) is sought in Vienna.  Duties: Design the 
necessary plans, 
coordination and structure related to On Site Inspection (OSI) operations. 
Define a data-
flow system including a data sharing and archiving and a procedure for 
reviewing and 
classification of the data collected during OSI.  REQUIRES: Advanced 
university 
degree or university degree in engineering science or a related field. At 
least seven 
years relevant working experience in verification or inspection programmes 
related to 
arms control or disarmament preferably part of which should have been in an 
operational (preferably as part of escort and inspection teams) and/or 
international 
environment. Closing date: 10/16/10.  Vacancy no: VA277-47-2010. 

*EQUIPMENT & IMPLEMENTATION OFFICER
VIENNA, AUSTRIA 

An Equipment & Implementation Officer (P-4) is sought in Vienna.  Duties: 
Design and 
formulate projects for the development and implementation of the OSI Noble 
Gas 
related techniques and associated environmental sampling strategies 
including the 
drafting, scientific steering, implementation and backstopping of 
international and/or 
multilateral projects as well as providing guidance to consultants. 
REQUIRES: 
Advanced university degree in nuclear physics, nuclear engineering, physics 
or a 
technical field related to OSI. At least seven years relevant working 
experience in the 
field of radiation measurement preferably at least two of which should have 
been in an 
international environment and familiarity with hardware and software related 
to 
acquisition and analysis of field data. Closing date: 1/1/11.  Vacancy no: 
VA010-44-
2010.  

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INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY 

The International Atomic Energy Agency seeks candidates for the following 
positions.  
Please apply online at http://www.iaea.org/About/Jobs/howtoapply.html or 
mail 
applications to the Division of Personnel, IAEA, Wagramer Strasse 5, P.O. 
Box 100, A-
1400 Vienna, Austria. 

*RESEARCH ENTOMOLOGIST
SEIBERSDORFT, AUSTRIA 

A Research Entomologist (P-4) is sought in Seibersdorf.  As a team leader 
reporting to 
the Laboratory Head, and with leadership from the Director of the Joint 
FAO/IAEA 
Programme, the Research Entomologist ensures that the activities of the 
research group 
on rearing, sterilization and quality control of major plant insect pests at 
the Insect Pest 
Control Laboratory contribute to the results based subprogramme relating to 
the 
development of the SIT for sustainable protection of agricultural production 
systems.  
REQUIRES: At least 7 years of working experience, of which at least half 
should have 
been at the international level, in one or more of the following areas: 
insect 
colonization, mass rearing, behavioral ecology and quality control of 
various fruit flies 
and/or other major plant pests, and assessment/ management of insect genetic 
sexing 
strains.  Closing date: 10/1/10.  Vacancy no: 2010/094. 

*RADIOCHEMISTRY SPECIALIST
VIENNA, AUSTRIA 

A Radiochemistry Specialist (P-3) is sought in Vienna. As a team member 
reporting to 
the Laboratory Head, the Radiochemistry Specialist applies substantial 
knowledge of 
radioanalytical methods to analyze environmental samples of marine origin. 
She/he is 
responsible for the relevant project in the IAEA's programme, liaises with 
organizations 
active in this field and with relevant user communities in Member States, 
and 
contributes to modifications and improvements to equipment and methodologies 
for the 
effective application of nuclear and associated techniques in marine 
environmental and 
related sciences.   REQUIRES: Advanced university degree in chemistry or a 
related 
science with a desired background in environmental radioactivity.  At least 
5 years of 
experience in radioanalytical or nuclear chemistry and their applications to 
environmental samples.  Experience in low level counting techniques by 
alpha- and 
gamma-spectrometry and beta-counting techniques.  Closing date: 10/1/10.  
Vacancy 
no: 2010/095. 

*TEAM LEADER
VIENNA, AUSTRIA 

A Team Leader (P-5) is sought in Vienna. As a Section member, the Team 
Leader 
manages, coordinates and supervises the IAEA's projects in fast reactor and 
fuel 
technology and accelerator driven systems under the guidance of the Section 
Head and 
the leadership of the Director.  REQUIRES: Advanced university (or 
equivalent) degree 
in nuclear or mechanical engineering, or in a related scientific/ technical 
discipline.  A 
minimum of ten years of relevant professional experience in nuclear power, 
design, 
research and development activities (preferably in the fast reactor field), 
including at 
the international level.  Vacancy no: 2010/090.  closing date: 9/30/10. 

*URANIUM PRODUCTION SPECIALIST
VIENNA, AUSTRIA 

A Uranium Production Specialist (P-4) is sought in Vienna. Duties: As a 
member of a 
team reporting to the Section Head, the Uranium Production Specialist 
organizes 
training programmes, workshops and technical meetings; prepares 
state-of-the-art 
reports; participates in peer reviews of uranium production facilities; and 
supports 
technical cooperation (TC) projects.  REQUIRES: University (or equivalent) 
degree in 
chemical, metallurgy or mining engineering, or a related technical or 
scientific 
discipline.  In-depth knowledge gained through at least 7 years of hands-on 
industrial 
experience in the uranium production cycle.  Experience/ involvement in 
nuclear fuel 
cycle activities at the international level. Experience in managing small 
teams and 
projects.  Closing date: 9/30/10.  Vacancy no: 2010/091. 

*INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST
VIENNA, AUSTRIA 

An Information Systems Specialist (P-2) is sought in Vienna.  Reporting to 
the Centre 
Head, and in close cooperation and partnership with the IAEA's Information 
Technology Division (MTIT), the Information Systems Specialist provides 
support for 
computerized solutions aimed at improving business processes and systems to 
meet 
organizational needs and also applies technical knowledge to develop and 
maintain 
information systems for the ISSC.  REQUIRES: University degree in software 
engineering or a related field (such as information management, electronic 
engineering 
or computer science).  At least 2 years of relevant practical experience in 
developing 
client-server and/or web based applications.  Experience in the use of 
established 
formal methods and a disciplined approach to software engineering, with a 
methodical 
approach to requirements analysis and system design.  Fluency in written and 
spoken 
English.  Closing date: 9/28/10.  Vacancy no: 2010/098.  

*RESEARCH REACTOR SAFETY OFFICER
VIENNA, AUSTRIA 

A Research Reactor Safety Officer (P-4) is sought in Vienna.  As a key 
member of the 
project management team led by the Section Head, the Safety Officer 
contributes to 
planning and leads the implementation of project activities aimed at 
enhancing the 
safety of research reactors by developing safety standards, developing and 
implementing programmes on training, and providing technical assistance at 
the request 
of Member States.  REQUIRES: Advanced degree in engineering or physical/ 
nuclear 
sciences or equivalent experience, with additional in-depth knowledge of 
such 
complementary fields as safety evaluation (including safety analysis and 
reporting 
thereof), site evaluation, design, construction, commissioning, operation 
(including 
maintenance, operational radiation protection and waste management and 
ageing 
management), utilization (including experimental devices) and modification 
(including 
core conversion), fuel handling and criticality safety, which are essential 
for the 
multidisciplinary activities specific to the post.  7 years experience in 
nuclear related 
applications, of which 4 should have been at international level. Closing 
date: 10/1/10.  
Vacancy no: 2010/099. 

*NUCLEAR SECURITY OFFICER
VIENNA, AUSTRIA 

A Nuclear Security Officer (P-4) is sought in Vienna. As a member of a team 
lead by 
the Section Head, the Nuclear Security Officer arranges and conducts 
activities required 
to respond to Member States' requests for assistance in increasing their 
awareness and 
their ability to protect nuclear and other radioactive material against 
malicious acts.  
REQUIRES: Advanced university degree in engineering or science or related 
field; 
Proven experience in physical protection or other security related 
activities; 7 years of 
experience in the relevant fields, and at least 5 years at an international 
level; 
Experience in working with national/ international nuclear organizations or 
institutes, 
desirable.  Closing date: 9/27/10.  Vacancy no: 2010/100.  

*NUCLEAR SECURITY OFFICER
VIENNA, AUSTRIA 

A Nuclear Security Officer (P-4) is sought in Vienna. Under the supervision 
and 
guidance of the Section Head, the Nuclear Security Officer is responsible 
for the 
development of guidance documents and for the implementation of activities 
included 
in the Integrated Nuclear Security Support Plans (INSSPs) for individual 
countries for 
the enhancement of nuclear security at the national level and worldwide. 
REQUIRES: 
University degree in nuclear science/ physics/ chemical engineering or 
equivalent. 
Documented experience in project management.  7 years experience, with at 
least 3 at 
the international level gained from working in a national or international 
organization 
in the nuclear field, plus nuclear security experience.  Experience of 
working with 
governments and/or governmental organizations in the area of nuclear 
security.  Closing 
date: 9/27/10.  Vacancy no: 2010/101.  

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*PRODUCTION OFFICER
GENEVA 

The World Intellectual Property Organization seeks a Production Officer 
(P-3) in 
Geneva.  Duties: carry out daily operations of the PCT systems, ensure that 
the system 
is available and functions efficiently on a permanent basis; monitor 
critical events, 
detect and intervene or liaise with stakeholders, establish jobs recovery to 
resume 
production processing after interruption.  REQUIRES: University degree in 
computer 
science or a related discipline or equivalent qualifications.  At least six 
years of relevant 
professional experience commensurate with the above duties.  Very good 
practical 
experience in systems management, good knowledge of relational databases and 
SQL 
language. TO APPLY: you can download the application form from our website 
address, www.wipo.int. In all correspondence, please quote the vacancy 
announcement 
number. Application forms, duly completed and accompanied by a signed 
passport-size 
photograph, must reach WIPO by the closing date. Please address your 
application to 
the Engagements Section, WIPO, 34, chemin des Colombettes, 1211 Geneva 20, 
Switzerland; Tel.: (41.22) 338.91.11; Fax: (41.22) 338.98.20; e-mail: 
staffengagements at wipo.int  Closing date: 9/20/10.  Vacancy no: P2063.  

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*INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION OFFICER
THE NETHERLANDS 

The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons seeks an 
International 
Cooperation Officer (P-3) in The Netherlands.  Duties: Assist in the 
planning and 
implementation of international cooperation programmes, primarily for 
Associate 
Programme, in cooperation with various specialized institutions in the 
Member States, 
National Authorities, chemical industry associations, companies and academic 
institutions, etc.  REQUIRES: Advanced university degree in international 
relations/ 
studies, law, management or business administration or equivalent. Other 
subjects may 
be accepted provided the work experience is highly relevant to the post.  
Degree in 
natural science or engineering in addition to the degree mentioned above is 
desirable.  
Knowledge and experience in programme or project planning, implementation, 
monitoring and evaluation and national capacities building by training 
programmes in 
an international context is a must.  TO APPLY: Please apply online at 
https://www.opcw.org/PHFOnline/Welcome.aspx.  Closing date: 10/16/10.  
Vacancy no: 
E-ICA/ICB/ICO/F0369/P-3/42/07-10 

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INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY 

The International Atomic Energy Agency seeks candidates for the following 
positions.  
Please apply online at http://www.iaea.org/About/Jobs/howtoapply.html or 
mail 
applications to the Division of Personnel, IAEA, Wagramer Strasse 5, P.O. 
Box 100, A-
1400 Vienna, Austria. 

*SECTION HEAD
SEIBERSDORF, AUSTRIA 

A Section Head (P-4) is sought in Seibersdorf.  Reporting to the Director of 
General 
Services, the Section Head plans, coordinates and supervises all matters 
related to the 
site operation services necessary for the safe and efficient operation of 
the IAEA 
laboratories in Seibersdorf.  REQUIRES: Advanced university degree (or 
equivalent) in 
technical engineering, facility management, or other relevant area(s).  At 
least 7 years 
of progressive relevant professional experience, including at least 5 years 
at the 
international level.  Experience with quality assurance, industrial safety 
and physical 
security highly desirable.  Closing date: 9/22/10. Vacancy no: 2010/092. 

*UNIT HEAD
VIENNA, AUSTRIA 

A Unit Head (P-5) is sought in Vienna.  As a team leader reporting to the 
Section Head, 
the Unit Head develops, coordinates, implements and leads the IAEA's 
activities aimed 
at strengthening the global nuclear safety and security regime (GNSSR), and 
at capacity 
building within the Department and Member States.  REQUIRES: Advanced 
university 
degree, preferably a Ph.D. or equivalent, in nuclear or other engineering 
sciences.  At 
least 10 years of relevant working experience, of which 5 should have been 
in a senior 
position and at an international level.  Experience in capacity building, 
project 
management, including in information management and knowledge management 
project coordination.  Closing date: 9/22/10.  Vacancy no: 2010/088. 

*SECTION HEAD
VIENNA, AUSTRIA 

A Section Head (P-5) is sought in Vienna.  Reporting to the Director of 
Nuclear 
Security, the Section Head ensures the planning and implementation of 
projects related 
to prevention within the IAEA's nuclear security programme, overseeing the 
quality and 
timeliness of the delivery of outputs and verifying achievement and outcomes 
using 
performance indicators. The Section Head is also responsible for defining, 
planning and 
evaluating separate projects and tasks and identifying the means for 
carrying these out.  
REQUIRES: Post-graduate degree in engineering or physical sciences, or a 
related 
technical discipline.  A minimum of ten years of relevant professional 
experience in 
international security related subjects.  Excellent leadership and 
interpersonal skills. 
Fluency in written and spoken English essential. Knowledge of French, 
Russian or 
Spanish desirable.  Closing date: 9/22/10.  Vacancy no: 2010/093. 

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