[Intstuds10] Democracy Building; Governance; Foreign Policy

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Internaional Career Employment Weekly
Democracy Building; Governance; Foreign Plicy

ssue Dated October 1, 2010


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CHIF OF PARTY, CONFLICT ESOLUTION PROGRAM
NIGERIA 

Pact is seeking a Chief of Party, Conflict esoluion Program in Nigeria.
The COP is 
responsible for coordination and managment of pogram to reduce sources of
religious 
and communal tension and violenc; meeting program objectives; managing
program 
staff; maintaining good working relaionships with host government officias
and local 
partners; donor reporing and management of funds to ensure high-quality
delivery of 
services to target groups andorganizations; manage andprovide technical
support in 
conflict resolution and work wih target groups includng religious
entities, civil society
and governments; coordinte with relevant stakehoders.  TO APPLY: go to
www.pactworld.org and complete n online application.

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LAND CONFLICT RESOLUTION EXPER
AFGHANISTAN 

Cemonics International seeks a land conflict resolution expert for an
anicipated fve-
year USAID-funded project to support the transfer of land mangement and
planning 
fnctions to the Government of the Islamic Republic o Afghanistan (GIRoA).
The 
projet will develop a robust, enduring, Afghan owned-and-manged land
market 
framework thatencourages investment and productivity, reslves or mitigates
land-
based conflict, and build confidence in the GIRoA's legitimacy.
Responsbilities 
include: provide trainin and support for land dispute resolution with n
emphasis on 
community an traditional methods; assist in drafting legislation to ive
community-
based dispute resolution mechanisms legl basis; manage elationships with
the GIRoA 
and donor counterparts, USAID, and community members; eluate the existing
land 
registration system to identify, design, an implement improveens; support
land 
registration archiving efforts; assist and advise on he implementaton of
revised 
registration procedures. QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum seven yers o experience
working in land conflict resolution in developing countries, preferblyin
post-conflict 
settings; thorough understanding of indigenous cultures an traditional r
customary 
dispute resolution mechanisms; experience training conflit-resolution
failitatrs; 
fluency in written and spoken English required. TO APPLY: Send electrnic
subissions to afghanland_recruitment at chemonics.com by October 12, 2010.
Please
submit CV nd cover letter withthe position title in the subject line. No
telephone 
inquiies, please. Fialists will be contacted.

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NFORMAL SETTLEMENT FORMALZATION EXPERT
AFGHANISTAN 

Chemonics International seeksan informal settlemenformalization expert
for an 
anticipated five-year SAID-funded project to support the transfer of land
management 
and planing function to the Government of the Islamic Republic of
Afghanistan 
(GIRoA). The projct wil develop a robust, enduring, Afghan
owned-and-managed 
land market framewok tha encourages investment and productivity, resolves
or 
mitigates land-based conflct, and bulds confidence in the GIRoA's
legitimacy. 
Reponsibilities include: provide training and upport for informal
settlement 
formalization; manage relationsips with the GIRoAand donor counterparts,
USAID, 
and community members; evaluate the existng land tenure issue in informal
settlements to identify, design, andimplement improvements to enure
security; support 
residents to improve governance efforts; a assist and advise on the
implementation of 
revised registration prcedures. QUALIFICATION: minimum seven years of
international experience in assistin local governments, nongovernmental
organizations, or community-based organizations imrove inforal
settlements; 
demonstrated experience helping residents of informal settlment improve
infrastructure and governance; understanding of lnd tenure issues in
informal 
ettlements and experience assisting residents of informal settlements to
improve their tenure securiy; experience in post-conflict or transitional settings
prefered; fluency in
written nd spoken English required. TO APPLY: Send electronic submissions
to 
afghanland_recruitmen at chemonics.com by October12, 2010. Please submt CV
and 
cover letter wih the position title in the subject line. No telepone
inquiries, please. 
Finalists will e contacted.

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PART TIME SENIOR GOVERNANCE ADVISOR
AFICA 

ICMA, the premier local government leaership and management organization,
is 
seeng an energetic, dedicated local govrnment and international
development 
pofessional to join ICMA International as a pat time Senior Local
Governance Advisor to lead business development initiatives ad manage programs in
Africa.He or 
she will report to the Director of International Program.  The Advisor will
denty new 
business opportunities in Africa, prepare proposals, provde projec
oversight, oversee 
or develop various project materials, such as traning manuals an
curricula, case 
studies, and articles, help identify andrecruit proje candidates, and
conduct research, 
training sessions and briefings as appropriate. TheAdvisor will represent
ICMA 
Internationl in workshops, conferences, and negotations with other
deelopment firms 
and istitutions.  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 10 years expernce, including
direct 
involvement in locl government and international development rojects;
Proven 
success in internaional development project design (includng proposal
development) 
and implementation, with feld experience in Africa.  Demonstrted,
specialized 
technical expertise in oneor more critical ares of local governance.
nowledge of key 
international development donorsand organizations and their pocurement
processes. 
Team oriented and ollegial work style. Excellent communicationskills.  A
commitment to ICMA's mission and ethica standards.  Ability to trael.
Competence 
in French or Portuguese preferred.  Master' Degree in Public
Administration Political
Science, or a related field, or an equivalen combination of education an
experience.  
TO APPLY: please send cover letter and reume to recruiment at icma.org.
Please put 
Part time Senior Governance Advisor in th subject line; EO; No calls
please. 
EOE/AA 

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CADASTRAL EXPERT 
AGHANISTAN 

Chemonics seeks a cadastral expert for an anticipated five-year USAID-funded
prject 
to support the transfer of land management and planning functions tothe
Government 
f the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA). The project will develo a
robust, 
eduring, Afghan owned-and-managed land market framework that encouraes
invstment and productivity, resolves or mitigates land-based conflict, and
builds 
cofidene in GIRoA's legitimacy. Responsibilities include: provide training
and 
suppot o the Afghan Land uthority in identifying, managing, leasing, and
generatin 
revenue from Afgh government land; support land registration archiving
efforts and 
advis on theimplementation of revised registration procedures; evaluate
the existing land reistration system to identify, design, and implement improvements;
manage 
rlatioships with GIRoA and donor counterparts, USAID, and community
members. 
UALIFICATIONS: miimum seven years of experience, including four years in
internationa settigs, in cadastra surveying, geodesy, parcel mapping, and
digital 
cartography; thorough derstanding of land records.  Experience working
with 
cadastral systems in Islamic coutries; xperience in post-conflict
settings; fluency in
written and spoken English. TOAPPLY: end electronic submissions to
afghanland_recruitment at chemonics.com by Otober 12, 200. Please include
position 
title in the subject line. No teephone nquiries, please. Finlist will be
contacted. 

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CHIE OFPARTY 
KENYA 

Chemonics seeks a chief of party for an anticipated three-year project n
Kenya funded 
through USAID¹s Office of Transition Initiatives (OTI). The program wil
build on 
ongoing efforts to support Kenyan civil society and government actors in th
period 
leading up t and following planned elections in 2012 and will be
implemented 
primarily trough grants under contract. Responsibilities include: provide
overall 
technial leadership and supervisory management; serve as the primary
liaison with 
OTI in Keya and other project stakeholders; ensure coordination between
numerous 
counterpars and participants; provide project compliance oversight and
quality 
assurance for al activities including grants, procurement, budgeting, and
monitoring 
and evaluaton; supervise staff and oversee the project¹s monitoring and
evaluation 
system. Thechief of party will be based in Nairobi and travel to other
parts of Kenya.  
QUAIFICATIONS include: Bachelor¹s degree or higher in a relevant field.
Minimum 
five ears of relevant work experience required, including experience with a
USAID 
contractor or international NGO managing and implementing field prgrams.
Supervisory and management experience, including direct supervison of
professional 
and support staff in an international setting; senior-level supevisory
experience on 
USAID-funded programs in the field preferred.  Experience managig
donor-funded 
grants programs; experience managing USAID-funded grants under contracs
strongly 
preferred.  Proven experience working effectively with multile stakeholders
including 
government officials, donor organizations, and civil societyactors.
Sub-Saharan Africa 
work experience required, including demonstrated exprience working
effectively in 
transition/ fragile state environments; experience in Keny preferred but
not required.  
Financial management and budgeting experience requir.  Experience managing
field 
program start-up and closeout.  Experience inactivity design, development,
and 
implementation of donor-funded programs in the ield.  Spoken and written
English 
fluency required; Swahili proficiency a plus.  TO APPL: Send electronic
submissions 
to KenyaOTI at chemonics.com no later than October 1,2010. No phone calls.
Please 
put job title in subject line. No phone calls please

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OPERATIONS AND GRANTS MANAGER
NAIROBI, KENYA 

Chemnics seeks an operations and grants manager for an anticipated
three-year project 
in Knya funded through USAID¹s Office of Transition Initiatives. The
program will 
bild on ongoing efforts to support Kenyan civil society and government
actors in the 
period leding up to and following planned elections in 2012 and will be
implemented primarily through grants under contract. The operations and grants manager
will repot 
to the chief of party.  Responsibilities include: oversee and manage all
aspects offield 
operations, including administration, logistics, procurement, budgeting, and
poperty 
management; manage and maintain the project¹s ativity database to ensure
full quality 
control; ensure hat both operations and program implementation are in full
administrative and programmatc compliance with USAID and Chemonics policies
and 
procedures; play a key role inproject financial management and reporting;
manage 
grant-related due-diligence procdures, procurement, and financial
management; 
oversee grant implementation systems;supervise field offices in the areas
of operations, 
administration, logistics, procuement, budgeting, an financial accounting;
serve as 
acting chief of party when needed.This position will be based in Nairobi,
with 
significant travel to other locations in Kena.  REQUIRES: Bachelor¹s degree
or higher 
in a relevant field.  Minimum three year of relevant work experience
required, 
including experience with a USAID cntractor or international NGO managing
and 
implementing field programs.  Supervisor and management experience,
including 
direct supervision of professional and supportstaff in an international
setting.  
Experience managing donor-funded grants progras, with experience managing
USAID-funded grants under contracts strongly preferred. Understanding of
applicable 
USAID policies and procedures on financial management, prourement, and
grants 
management required.  Proven experience working effectivelywith multiple
stakeholders including government officials, donor organizations, and ivil
society 
actors.  Sub-Saharan Africa experience required, including working
effectiely in 
transition/ fragile state environments; experience in Kenya trongly
preferred.  Strong 
background in project administration, financial and budget maagement, and
procurement in USAID or other donor-funded programs required.  xperience
managing field program start-up and closeout.  Experience in actiity
design, 
development, and implementation of donor-funded programs in the ield.
Spoken and 
written English fluency required; advanced professional profiiency in
Swahili a plus.  
TO APPLY: Send electronic submissions to KenyaOTI at cheonics.com no later
than 
October 1, 2010. Please enter job title in subject line. No phonecalls.
Finalist will be 
contacted. 

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REGIONAL ROGRAM MANAGER (2 OPENINGS)
NAIROBI, KENYA 

Chemonics seeks a regional program manager or an anticipated three-year
project in 
Kenya funded through USAID¹s Office of Trnsition Initiatives. The program
will build 
on ongoing efforts to support Keyan civil society and government actors in
the period 
leading up to and following planed elections in 2012 and will be
implemented 
primarily through grants under contract The regional program managers will
report to 
the chief of party.  Responsbilities include: manage the program¹s field
offices, 
including financial and adminstrative management and compliance; manage
program 
and grant development and mplementation; help develop regional strategies
and 
activities, including identifying ptential grantees and development of
small grant 
activities; advise the program¹s senior mnagement team on the existing
political and 
economic context to inform programming; suervise and provide training and
technical 
support to project field staff. he regional program managers will be based
in one of the 
project¹s fied offices anticipated in Eldoret and Kisumu and travel
frequently to other
locations within Knya.  QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor¹s degree or higher in a
relevant 
field, r equivalent combination of education and experience.  Experience
managing 
donor-fundd grants programs; experience managing USAID-funded grants under
contracts strongly prferred.  Strong background in project administration,
financial and 
budget management, andprocurement in USAID or other donor-funded programs
and 
understanding of USAID policies nd procedures.  Minimum two years of
relevant 
experience working in field oprations in unstable environments; minimum 1
year of 
supervisory management experience, includig in supervising and training
local 
personnel, strongly preferred.  Experience workin on international
donor-funded 
programs; experience working for a USAID contractor or iternational NGO
managing 
and implementing field programs strongly preferred.  roven experience
working 
effectively with multiple stakeholders including governent officials, donor
organizations, and civil society actors.  Sub-Saharan Africa experiece
required, 
particularly working effectively in transition/ fragile state enviroents;
experience in 
Kenya strongly preferred.  Experience managing field program start-p and
closeout.  
Experience in activity design, development, and implementation of
donr-funded 
programs in the field.  Spoken and written English fluency required;
advanced 
prfessional proficiency in Swahili strongly preferred but not required.  TO
APLY: 
Send electronic ubmissions to KenyaOTI at chemonics.com no later than October
1, 
2010. Pleaseenter job title in subject line. No phone calls. Finalist will
be conacted. 

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USAID FOREIGN SERVICE LIMITED OFFICER POSITIONSAFGHANISTAN 

During the last year, USAID has undertaken a nearly unprecedented stffing
increase as 
they added hundreds of new positions to the mission in Afghanistaand
around the 
world.  MSI is proud to partner with USAID on this effrt, and has been
working 
closely with AID since 2009 to support this massive recruitineffort.
USAID and MSI 
are looking for strong development and technical proessionals for positions
in Kabul as 
well as throughout the regions of Afghanistan.  Thisexciting staffing
increase will 
directly support USAID's mission to promote the rapidtransition of
Afghanistan to 
more stable and productive states, and to promote democrac, rule of law,
and 
sustainable economic and social development that is responsiv to the Afghan
citizens' 
needs.  These positions offer a competitive salary and bnefits package,
including 
substantial uplifts for post differential and danger pay.  All postions are
unaccompanied and require US Citizenship.  Current Open Positions: NEW
Junir/Mid-
Level General Development Officer; Crisis, Stabilization and Governance
Offier; 
General Development Officer; Engineering Officer; Private Enterprise
Officer; 
ricultural Development Officer; Population/ Nutrition/ Health Officer;
Education
Officer.   Additional Afghanistan and Pakistan openings are expected soon!
TO 
PPLY: For full position descriptions and to apply to these openings, please
visit our 
wesite: www.msiworldwide.com.  Only candidates who have been selected for
an 
intervie will be contacted. No phone calls, please.

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CRISIS, STABILIZATION AND GOVERNANCE OFFICER, USAID
AFGHANISTAN 

USAID and MSI are lookin for a Crisis, Stabilization and Governance Officer
who 
will coordinate program develoment, implementation, and performance
monitoring 
plans within the democracy, governance, ad stabilization sector.  Contracts
are one 
year to start, renewable up to five ars.  Salary: $65,413.00-118,552.00
USD/year. 
Grade and Series: FS-0301-02/03.  TO APPY: To see full position
descriptions for the
various openings and to apply, please visit ur website:
www.msiworldwide.com.  Only
candidates who have been selected for an interiew will be contacted. No
phone calls, 
please. 

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SEIOR ADVISOR 
AFGHANISTAN 

Chemonics International seeks a senior advisor to manage te Industrial Park
portfolio 
for the ongoing USAID-funded Trade and Accession Faciliation project in
Afghanistan. The project aims to improve the trade environment fr
Afghanistan, 
fostering increased investment, exports, and market-based employmet
opportunities. 
Project components in trade policy liberalization, customs reform, trade
faciliation, 
and public outreach on trade-related issues support the Government ofAfghanistan and 
the private sector to take advantage of greater regional and global trde
linkages and 
economic integration. The senior advisor will report to the trade
facilittion component
team leader. Responsibilities include: provide technical assistance and
cpacity building 
for existing industrial parks, primarily those developed and manage by the
Afghanistan 
Investment Support Agency (AISA); provide technical assistance in entrprise
creation 
and the establishment of linkages with foreign firms; liaise wih donors and
the 
government, mainly through AISA, on the design, tendering, conracting, and
monitorin of industrial parks and assist in developing policies and
practicesfor the 
development of new ones; monitor ongoing projects and provide regular
written 
update; mentor and train local staff, providing short-term training
opportunities for 
thm; place special emphasis on developing regional, non-Kabul-based
industrial park 
prorams; provide other assistance as required by the chief of party and
comonent 
team leader. QUALIFICATIONS: minimum 10 years of relevant experience
demonstrated knowledge of industrial park development, particularly in
countries with business environments similar to that of Afghanistan; experience managing
multiple 
and comlex contracts simultaneously. TO APPLY: send electronic submissions
to 
TAFrecruit at chemonics.com y October 15, 2010. Please submit a cover letter
and 
resume and include th title of the position in the e-mail title. No
telephone inquiries,
pease. Finalists will be contacted.

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SENIOR ADVISOR 
AFGHNISTAN 

Chemonics International seeks a senior advisor to support public-private
artnerships 
for the ongoing USAID-funded Trade and Accession Facilitation project i
Afghanistan. The project aims to improve the trade environment for
Afghanisan, 
fostering increased investment, exports, and market-based employmen
opportunities. 
Project activities in trade polic liberalization, customs reform, trade
facilitation, and 
public outreach on trade-related issues will support the Government of
Afghanitan and 
the private sector to take advantage of greater regional and global trade
linages and 
economic integration. Responsibilities of the senior advisor include:manage
the 
identification, design, completion, and implementation of public-private
rtnerships; 
develop a network on public-private partnerships that links USAID projects
ith those 
of other donors; provide technical input and supervision in identifying nd
packaging 
the Project Group; structuring public-private partnership contracts;
superviing 
engineering feasibility studies and environmental impact assessments;
identifyig and 
raising investment capital; managing subcontracts and tenders; and
superising project
construction, implementation, and exit strategy; monitor ongoing projectsnd provide 
regular written updates; mentor and train local staff, providing shot-term
training 
opportunities for them; place special emphasis on developing egional,
non-Kabul 
based programs; provide other assistance as required by the chief and
omponent team 
leader. QUALIFICATIONS: minimum 10 years of relevant entrepreneural
experience; 
demonstrated knowledge of public-private partnership development,
paricularly in 
countries with business environments similar to Afghanistan; experience
managing 
multiple and complex contracts simultaneously; emonstrated ability
attracting private 
sector investment. TO APPLY: send electronic submisions to
TAFArecruit at chemonics.com by October 15, 2010. Please submit a cover letter
and 
resme and include the title of the position in e-mail title. No telephone
inquiies, 
please.  Finalists will be contacted.

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SENIOR ADVIOR FOR TRANSPORT
AFGHANISTAN 

Chemonics International seeks a senior advisor for trnsport for the ongoin
USAID-
funded Trade and Accession Facilitation project in Afghanistan. Theproject
aims to 
improve the trade environment for Afghanistan, fostering inreased
investment, exports,
and market-based employment opportunities. Project components n trade
policy 
liberalization, customs reform, trade facilitation, and public outreach n
trade-related 
issues support the Government of Afghanistan and the private sectr to take
advantage 
of greater regiona and global trade linkages and economic integration.
Responsibilities 
incude: Build the capacity of the Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation
on rai and 
roads preparation and related legislation; Harmoniz rail and road
legislation and 
systems and procedures with neighboring countries.  Develop a program of
training and 
technical assistance to develop the caacity of the freight forwarders of
Afghanistan 
similar to that of neighboring counties; Develop a training program for the
Afghan 
Freight Forwarders Association of 800members consisting mainly of
short-term 
courses with the curriculum from the Intenational Federation of Freight
Forwarders 
Associations; Assist Afghanistan in entering the TIRconvention including
awareness 
workshops, technical assistance, and guidance on negotiatig with the TIR in
Geneva; 
Provide a high level of technical assistance on transport maters; Monitor
ongoing 
projects and provide regular written updates; Mentor and trn local staff;
Develop and 
carry out ongoing stream of new projects; Developa network on transport
that links 
relevant USAID projects with those of other onors; Place special emphasis
on 
developing regional, non-Kabul-based programs; Provde other assistance as
required 
by the chief of party and component team leader. QUALIFCATIONS: Minimum 10
years of relevant transportation experience; Demonstrated knowledge f
transportation 
development, particularly in Afghanistan; Experience managin multiple and
complex 
projects simultaneously; Demonstrated ability providng high technical
assistance on 
transport development. TO APPLY: Send electronic submissins to
TAFArecruit at chemonics.com by October 15, 2010. Please send expressions of
iterest 
(EOI) and CVs by noon EST. Please include the title of the position for
which you ae 
applying in the email title. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists wil
be contacted. 

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PROGRAM MANAGER: WOMEN'S POLIICAL PARTICIPATION
WASHINGTON, DC 

The National Democratic Institute (NDI) eeks a Program Manager to
strengthen NDI's 
Women's Political Participation programs.  Thiscandidate will assist
regional teams to 
design and implement programs, create new material to support programs and
manage 
special projects, as needed.  The position is base in Washington, DC and
will include 
some international travel.  REQUIRED SKILLS: Serve s an in-house resource
person 
on women's political partcipation programs globally; work with NDI regional
teams to 
conceptualize and design women' legislative, civic, and political party
programs; 
Develop program concepts and lead strategic dicussions; facilitate sharing
of program 
strategies across regional teams; Work as eam player within the women's
political 
participation team, providing back-up to the irector of Women's Political
Participation, providing advice on general women's program and supervising
workby 
junior members of the team and interns; Identify opportunities and seure
funding for 
women's programs; Conduct research on a broad range of women'spolitical
participation themes; Assist with event management and other public outreach
effors;  
Conduct training and strategy workshops for women in program countries;Initiate and 
maintain relations with high-level political partners; cultivate successfulrelationships 
with donors; Maintain collaborative relationships with intrnational
democratic 
development organizations, civic organizations and NDI's networ of
volunteer trainers 
and experts; act as back-up to team members not present; Drat or oversee
drafting, 
final editing and submission of board memos, proposals, wrk plans, website
text, 
quarterly and other reports with minimal substance guidance; eit work of
Program and 
Senior Program Assistants and Program Offices; Train and offer advice and
guidance 
for NDI staff.  REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree preferably in international
relations, political science, public policy or gender tudies; graduate
degree preferred; 
Minimum of eight (8) years relevant work exprience in international
development, 
political party development, community organizing, politial campaigns,
organizational 
development, legislative affairs, or equivalentexperience at NDI;
Additional years of
relevant work experience may be substitute for educational requirement;
Demonstrated work experience in program design and strtegy; Demonstrated
work 
experience in women's issues, gender equity, or related reas, particularly
as they apply 
to international issues and/or politics; Demnstrated training experience;
Life and work 
experience outside the US preferred; Demonstrate knowledge and/or
competency in 
one or more areas of  NDI's functinal programs; Excellent interpersonal
skills and 
cultural sensitivity to  effectively ineract with all levels of staff, US
and foreign 
government personnel, members o donor organizations, funders, and policy
makers; 
Exceptional verbl and written communication skills; Excellent
organizational and 
administative abilities including budget and accounting skills; Strong
attention to 
dtail; Ability to analyze political work, think innovativey and introduce
new concepts; 
Ability to travel; Ability to work independently and cooperatively in a
fast-paced 
environment; Ability to take initiative nd follow through on multiple
tasks; Ability to 
lead, inspire and motivate staff; Vared computer skills, including database
applications. Web design is a plus; Langage skills a plus.  NDI is an Equal
Opportunity 
Employer and does not discriminate in employent opportunities or practices
on the 
basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin age, disability,
sexual orientation,
marital status or any other characteristic proteced by law.  TO APPLY:
online please 
visit our website at www.ndi.org and click on Emploment.

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CHIEF OF PARTY 
HONDURAS 

Chemonics Internationalseeks a chief of party for the anticipated
USAID-funded 
Transparent Local Governance an Improved Service Delivery Program in
Honduras. 
The project aims to increase ciil society advocacy for improved local
services, 
strengthen local institutional caacity to deliver decentralized services,
and strengthen 
the structures and systes to implement decentralzation reform.
Responsibilities 
include: provide technical direction and oerall management of project
activities; 
oversee delivery of technical assistance t strengthen the capacity of
municipalities, 
civil society organizations, and NGOs; coodinate with counterparts and
partners; liaise 
with USAID; and supervise a diverse and hhly trained professional staff.
QUALIFICATIONS: Advanced degree in public management, intrnational
relations, 
political science, or other relevant field; Minmum 12 years of experience
managing 
local development projects in support of democracy and gvernance goals;
Experience 
collaborating with a broad range of government officials,international
donors, 
implementing partners, and other relevant sector stakeholders; Eperience
working in 
Central America and Honduras with subnational and national govements and
civil 
society organizations; Demonstrated competence in leadership, client
relations,and 
project and contract management; Ability to work and travel in remote areas
of te 
region to oversee program implementation and provide technical expertise;
Excelent 
written, verbal, and cross-cultural communication skills; Fluency in Engish
and 
Spanish required; USAID chief of party experiene preferred. TO APPLY: Send
electronic submissions to HondLocGovCOP at chemonics.com by October 08, 2010.
No 
telephone inquiries, please. Finalist will be contacted.

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COUNTERPART INTERNATIONAL

ounterpart International is currently accepting applications for the
following positions.
O APPLY: For full position descriptions and to apply visit our website at
www.counterpat.org. Resumes and applications may be submitted through the
Employment section of our webite, under About Counterpart.

PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
ARLINGTON, VA 

CounterpartInternational is seeking a Program Development Officer.  Duties:
Coordinate an support Counterpart¹s Civil Society sector new business
development to 
(1) build on th Civil Society Division¹s program successes with innovative
new 
program initiative while remaining true to our vision, mission and values;
(2) make the 
broadest and ricest impact on project beneficiaries; and (3)
institutionalize Civil
Society best practice, lessons learned and successes in the program
development 
process. All of the above wil be within the framework of the division¹s
core practice 
areas: institutonal development, capacity building, advocacy, community
mobilization, 
conflict prevntion and mitigation, and civic education, among others, as
well as 
ensuring that civi society methodologies are incorporated into the design
of cross-
sectoral projects designedwith other Counterpart divisions. The Program
Development 
Officer will coordinat and support Civil Society propoal development 
activities, 
including developing agendas, arranging meetings, identiying action items, 
and 
ensuring that participants follow-up on tasks. The Program Develpment 
Officer also 
supports the division in developing, updating and implementing  strategic 
framework 
for program development each year. This position repts to the Program 
Development 
Manager. 

PROGRAM OFFICER, ARMENIA 
ARLINGTON, VA 

Counterpart International is seeking a Program Officer in Armenia.  Working 
from 
Counterpart¹s US headquarters, the Program Officer (PO) for Armenia will 
provide 
backstopping and assist in the oversight of program implementation, as well 
as provide 
strategic and technical assistance necessary to achieve all program 
objectives. The PO 
will support and report directly to the Senior Program Manager (SPM) for 
Armenia, and 
will support field staff by providing technical and administrative support. 
The PO will 
also be expected to support of new business development as needed. The PO 
will serve 
as a key member of the Civil Society Division¹s Armenia Country Support 
Team. 

PROGRAM OFFICER (IPACS II) 
ARLINGTON, VA 

Counterpart International is seeking a Program Officer (IPACS II).  Working 
from 
Counterpart¹s US headquarters, the Program Officer (PO) for the Initiative 
to Promote 
Afghan Civil Society (IPACS) II will provide backstopping and assist in the 
oversight of 
program implementation, as well as provide strategic and technical 
assistance necessary 
to achieve all program objectives. The PO will support and report directly 
to the Senior 
Program Manager (SPM) for IPACS II, and will support field staff by 
providing 
technical and administrative support. The PO will also be expected to 
support new 
business development as needed. The PO will serve as a key member of the 
Civil 
Society Division¹s Afghanistan Country Support Team. 

SR. PROGRAM MANAGER (MIDDLE EAST) 
ARLINGTON, VA 

Counterpart International is seeking a SR. Program Manager (Middle East).  
Working 
from Counterpart¹s US headquarters and in close collaboration with field 
staff, the 
Senior Program Manager (SPM) will oversee, manage and provide strategic and 
technical direction of Counterpart¹s Iran program. The SPM will provide 
technical and 
administrative support for program implementation, as well as support the 
development 
of new business in Iran other countries in the region as appropriate. This 
position will 
report to the Vice President, Civil Society Programs. 

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PROTECTION PROGRAMME MANAGER
GOMA, DRC 

World Vision is seeking a Protection Programme Manager to manage the 
implementation and coordination of World Vision Eastern DRC Humanitarian 
Emergency Protection programs including: Design, planning, documentation, 
program 
and staff management, monitoring, evaluation, research, and training.  To 
identify or 
recruit a national Congolese to build the capacity of in order to give the 
manager 
responsibilities to (ideally within 1 year).  REQUIRES: Advanced University 
degree in 
Human rights law or a related field.  A minimum of 5-10 years operational 
humanitarian experience with minimum of five years in a leadership role in 
an 
emergency context. Field experience and understanding of technical 
protection issues in 
an emergency context.  Requires experience with project cycle management at 
field 
level in a recognized humanitarian organization. This also includes planning 
and 
implementation of projects in the areas of prevention, reintegration and 
education of 
marginalized/ vulnerable groups.  Strong empirical knowledge of the 
humanitarian 
sector.  TO APPLY: visit 
https://jobs.wvi.org/WebJobs.nsf/WebPublished/6226C0B544B94673882577A400280F
A6?OpenDocument. Deadline: 10 Oct 2010 

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OPERATIONAL SECURITY COORDINATOR
ATLANTA, GA 

CARE is seeking an experienced Operational Security Coordinator (OSC) to 
provide 
support to the Director of Security in key technical, administrative and 
managerial 
aspects and responsibilities of the CARE Security Unit (CSU). S/he will 
support the 
CSU Director in advancing and mainstreaming CISSU (CARE International Safety 
& 
Security Unit) security policies into existing or developing field programs 
through staff 
training, the implementation of guidelines, and the auditing of all security 
requirements. S/he will be required to deploy in times of crisis to provide 
support at 
country office level and will deploy in emergencies to assist the regional 
advisor or 
country office security advisor. S/he will assist the director in 
maintaining databases for 
security information. The OSC will be responsible for producing in 
collaboration with 
the regional security advisors, monthly security briefs/ reports to be 
presented to the 
Executive Management Team, Senior Leadership Team and Care International. 
REQUIRES: A degree in business management, similar relevant application or 
equivalent work experience, not less than 2 years.  2-3 years of 
humanitarian 
operational experience.   2-3 years of financial management; including 
budgeting, 
expense tracking, and forecasting.  Advanced written communication skills; 
ability to 
synthesis information into a single report.  Advanced computer skills. TO 
APPLY: 
CARE is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer dedicated to 
workplace diversity.  For more information and to apply, please visit 
www.careusa.org/careers. 

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CHIEF OF PARTY, ANTICORRUPTION PROJECT
AFGHANISTAN 

MSI is seeking an experienced Chief of Party of complex anticorruption 
programs for 
this upcoming USAID project. The CoP position will be located in Kabul. The 
Chief of 
Party will provide technical and administrative leadership for the entire 
program, 
ensuring that all objectives are achieved. In addition, the COP will serve 
in technical 
advisory capacities to lead particular components of the program.  
QUALIFICATIONS: 
Prior experience managing complex USAID projects, preferably at the CoP 
level; Solid 
understanding of anticorruption programs and institutions; 8 + years 
experience in 
international development; Law degree or other relevant social science 
degree; Prior 
experience in Afghanistan or other conflict or post-conflict setting.  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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DEPUTY CHIEF OF PARTY
BAGHDAD, IRAQ 

MSI is seeking a Deputy Chief of Party in Baghdad.  The Deputy Chief of 
Party assists 
the Chief of Party to manage program resources and oversee the technical 
implementation of the work plan and completion of program deliverables. The 
Deputy 
Chief of Party, in cooperation with the M&E officer, is also responsible for 
completion 
of donor-required reporting, the performance monitoring plan, and other 
required 
assessments and evaluations, including those related to the closeout of the 
program. The 
assignment will continue through the end of the program in March 2012. 
QUALIFICATIONS: Prior DCOP or Team Lead experience on a USAID project; 8 
years of experience implementing complex political and/or legislative 
programs.  Deep 
understanding of USAID regulations and reporting requirements.  University 
degree in a 
related field.  Excellent writing and communication skills.  Previous 
experience 
implementing programs in transitional countries.  Experience working in the 
Middle 
East and Arabic language skills (preferred).  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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DEPUTY COUNTRY DIRECTOR
HAITI 

The American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative seeks a Deputy Country 
Director 
for its Haiti Field Office. Responsibilities include: In the absence of the 
Country 
Director provides overall field responsibility for in-country programs, 
including grant-
funded programs implemented overseas; assists with the management of 
international 
and local staff; works with the Country Director to identify program 
methodologies and 
helps to develop long-term and short-term strategies and work plans to 
improve the rule 
of law in the country of responsibility. Works with the Country Director to 
implement, 
monitor and evaluate in-country programs and activities. Provides secondary 
responsibility for financial oversight of all programs and donor relations 
in-country. 
Works with the Country Director in cooperation with headquarters-based 
program staff 
to draft grant proposals and undertake fundraising in-country.  REQUIRES: 
Master's 
Degree, Doctoral Degree (JD, Ph.D., JD or foreign equivalent and 5 years 
experience or 
Master's degree and 7 years relevant experience, including some 
international 
experience. At least 1 year of experience in working with USG funded 
programs 
preferred. A minimum of 5 years of legal practice. Experience in 
international 
development or international legal development and/or project management 
experience. 
Familiarity with the assigned country's legal system. Excellent oral 
communication and 
interpersonal skills. Demonstrated planning, management, analytical, and 
writing skills.  
Fluency in English, Proficiency in both written and spoken standard language 
of 
designated country.  TO APPLY: please visit 
http://new.abanet.org/hr/default.aspx to 
apply.  All applicants for regular full-time employment in the U.S. must 
possess work 
authorization that does not require employer sponsorship. 

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PROGRAM OFFICER, AFRICA DIVISION 

The American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative seeks a Program Officer 
for its 
Africa Division.  Responsibilities include: Monitors overseas technical 
assistance 
programs and provides administrative and financial support to program 
managers and 
field-based staff. Writes and edits reports for funders. Prepares funding 
proposals, 
including budgets, and monitors program expenditures. Occasionally 
supervises interns 
or temporaries. Makes detailed financial and programmatic recommendations to 
program managers.  REQUIRES: Bachelor¹s Degree from four-year College or 
University.  JD or Master¹s degree is preferred.  Applicant must have a 
minimum of 2-3 
years experience in international development and be a fluent French 
speaker. If you do 
not meet these minimum requirements, please do not apply. In addition, 
applicant 
should possess strong research and writing skills and a working knowledge of 
excel. 
Knowledge and experience in proposal writing and working on US government 
grants 
(particularly USAID) is a plus. Knowledge of the African region and/or 
gender based 
violence and experience living or working in sub-saharan Africa is also 
strongly 
preferred. TO APPLY: please visit http://new.abanet.org/hr/default.aspx to 
apply.  All 
applicants for regular full-time employment in the U.S. must possess work 
authorization that does not require employer sponsorship. 

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COMMUNITY CONSULTATION AND PARTICIPATION COORDINATOR
PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI 

World Vision is seeking a Community Consultation and Participation 
Coordinator in 
Port-au-Prince.  The purpose of this position is to ensure maximum 
consultation and 
participation of all stakeholders in the activities of World Vision¹s Haiti 
Earthquake 
Response, with a strong focus on the shelter programme.  The position will 
oversee the 
implementation of systems and methods to encourage effective consultation 
and 
participation. In addition the position will work closely with sectors to 
build their 
capacity to systematize and implement meaningful consultation processes to 
ensure 
beneficiary involvement and consent throughout the project cycle. The 
position is also 
expected to build local staff capacity in effective camp coordination and 
management.  
REQUIRES: Bachelor¹s degree preferably in community development, social 
science, 
international development, or the equivalent combination of education and 
experience 
in a related area.  Relevant Master¹s degree preferred.  At least 3-4 years 
experience in 
relief or development programming work.  Experience working in community 
based 
Shelter Programs.  Demonstrated competencies in stakeholder participation & 
consultation in shelter programming.  TO APPLY: visit https://jobs.wvi.org.  
Deadline 
Date: 15 Oct 2010 

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SECURITY MANAGER
PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI 

World Vision is seeking a Security Manager in Haiti.  Duties: To design 
implement and 
manage security policy, procedure and infrastructure that create an 
environment which 
enable World Vision to deliver programmes safely, securely and effectively.  
To assist 
the Response Manager & National Director in the planning, implementation and 
monitoring of safety & security management.  To assess manage and mitigate 
risk 
within World Vision programmes according to international best practice.  
REQUIRES: 
An in depth knowledge of NGO field operations.  Excellent written and verbal 
communication skills. Committed to WV¹s Mission and Core values.  
Willingness to 
travel within the country. A team player.  Advanced University degree in 
Social 
Sciences, Law, Security Management or equivalent qualification in a related 
field.  
Advanced First Aid qualification from an internationally recognised 
provider.  
Minimum three years experience working with UN Agency/NGO.  TO APPLY: visit 
https://jobs.wvi.org.  Deadline Date: 15 Oct 2010 

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SECURITY MANAGER
CONGO 

International Medical Corps is seeking a Security Manager.  The Security 
Manager will 
be responsible for security management as an advisor to the Country Director 
and will 
respond to emergency and crises situations where and when needed; Coordinate 
and 
provide training to field staff (Expatriates & Nationals).  REQUIRES: 5 
years of field 
security experience in hostile environments; 1 to 3 years in DRC; Advance 
First Aid 
training; Previous experience working in NGO. 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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IRC 

The International Rescue Committee has posted openings for the following 
positions. 
For more information and to apply please go online to www.ircjobs.org.  

SENIOR RULE OF LAW COORDINATOR
GLOBAL 

The Senior Rule of Law Coordinator will provide strategic & technical 
leadership and 
support in the implementation of IRC activities, including: designing 
assessments; 
developing and leading awareness campaigns; providing technical assistance 
to partner 
organizations (including government); and overseeing specialists in 
institutional 
development, legal aid provision, advocacy methodologies and sub-granting.  
REQUIRES: Advanced University Degree preferably in Human Rights/ 
International 
Law, International Relations, Public Policy, or related field and a 
specialization in Rule 
of Law.  At least 7 years of experience in starting up and implementing 
protection-
related and/or human rights related programs, particularly related to rule 
of law and 
access to justice. 

PROGRAM OFFICER, YOUTH AND LIVELIHOODS
NEW YORK, NY 

The Program Officer for Youth and Livelihoods will manage the Women's 
Refugee 
Commission¹s work to promote greater attention and support for quality and 
appropriate education and skills building programs for displaced youth.  
REQUIRES: 
Minimum 5 years progressive non-profit work experience in refugee, 
humanitarian 
assistance and/or human rights work, including experience managing projects; 
Master¹s 
Degree in international studies, political science, non-profit management or 
related 
field. 

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NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTE 

The National Democratic Institute has posted openings for the following 
positions.  For 
more information and to apply visit www.ndi.org/current_openings 

PROGRAM ASSISTANT: EURASIA
WASHINGTON, DC 

The National Democratic Institute¹s Eurasia team has posted an opening for a 
full-time 
entry-level professional position in a dynamic, fast-paced organization that 
promotes 
democracy worldwide.  REQUIRES: Bachelor¹s degree, preferably in Internal 
Relations, Political Science or related field; graduate degree preferred.  
Interest 
in/knowledge of political issues and history of Eurasia, knowledge of 
regional 
language(s) preferred.  Strong written and oral communication skills.  
Vacancy no: 
217069-851 

PROGRAM MANAGER: EURASIA
WASHINGTON, DC 

The National Democratic Institute for International Affairs has posted an 
opening for a 
Program Manager to support NDI¹s democratic development programs in Eurasia. 
REQUIRES: Bachelor¹s Degree, preferably in International Relations or 
related subject; 
graduate degree desired.  Minimum of eight (8) years relevant work 
experience in 
international development, community organizing, political campaigns, 
organizational 
development, legislative affairs, or impressive experience at NDI. Vacancy 
no: 217070-
851. 

DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT: DEVELOPMENT
WASHINGTON, DC 

The National Democratic Institute for International Affairs has posted an 
opening for a 
Development Assistant to support the implementation of annual and long-term 
fundraising initiatives.  REQUIRES: Bachelor¹s degree.  Demonstrated 
coursework 
and/or internships in philanthropic management, international development, 
political 
campaigning, organizational development, legislative affairs or related 
subject.  
Experience with fundraising for nonprofit organizations preferred.  Vacancy 
no: 
217063-851 

AGREEMENT MANAGER/SENIOR AGREEMENT MANAGER: PROGRAM 
COORDINATION
WASHINGTON, DC 

The National Democratic Institute has posted an opening for an Agreement 
Manager/ 
Senior Agreement Manager. The individual is a member of Program 
Coordination, an 
administrative team that serves as the primary point of contact with donors 
and 
consortium partners on agreement-related issues; negotiates award terms and 
conditions 
with NDI's donors.  REQUIRES: Bachelor¹s degree required, preferably in 
International 
Affairs, Public Administration, Nonprofit Management, English or a related 
field; 
Master¹s Degree preferred.  Minimum of eight years of experience in grants 
administration/ management and donor relations, specifically negotiating 
with and 
administering agreements from USAID, Department of State and/or non-US 
government donors (foreign government aid agencies and embassies, and/or 
multilateral 
institutions), for an international development organization.  Vacancy no: 
217066-851 

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REGIONAL PROGRAMME DIRECTOR
BRATISLAVA, SLOVAK REPUBLIC 

UNIFEM is seeking a Regional Programme Director (P-5) in Bratislava.  
Duties: 
Monitoring the development in the region in terms of trends directions and 
issues with 
regard to gender equality and human rights for women, as a basis for 
UNIFEM's programme.  REQUIRES: Advanced degree or equivalent in Social 
Sciences 
and/or any relevant disciplines related to International Development or 
International 
Relations, International Legal Studies, Human Rights, Gender Equality and 
Women's 
Human Rights.  Minimum 10 years of progressively responsible experience in 
work 
focused on, or strongly involving gender equality at national, regional and 
international 
levels, including 5 years of field experience with an international 
organization.  Please 
apply online at http://jobs.undp.org/.   Closing date: 10/11/10.  

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SENIOR MIGRATION LAW OFFICER
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND 

The International Organization for Migration is seeking a Senior Migration 
Law Officer 
(P-4) in Geneva.  Duties: Provide oversight of the activities of the 
International 
Migration Law Unit, including the development and management of 
International 
Migration Law (IML) project activities, to ensure the successful 
implementation of the 
Organization's technical cooperation, training and research projects in the 
field of IML.  
REQUIRES: Undergraduate law degree mandatory; advanced university degree 
(Master's or Ph.D.) in International Law a distinct advantage; seven years 
experience, 
including at the international level, focusing on the legal issues relating 
to migration, 
with a government, an international organization, a university or a 
non-governmental 
organization (NGO) active in the field of migration. TO APPLY: Interested 
candidates 
are invited to submit their applications via PRISM, IOM e-Recruitment 
system, 
referring to this advertisement. For further information, please refer to: 
http://www.iom.int/jahia/Jahia/pid/165. In order for an application to be 
considered 
valid, IOM only accepts online profiles duly filled in and submitted with a 
cover letter 
not more than one page specifying the motivation for applications.  Closing 
date: 
10/11/10.  Vacancy no: VN 2010 / 31 (O) ­ EXT. 

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PROGRAM OFFICER, CLIMATE CHANGE
WASHINGTON, DC 

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global conservation organization, seeks a 
Program 
Officer to join its climate change team in order to assist in the 
development and 
advocacy of strong US action on climate change and US participation in a 
global 
climate deal. The incumbent will contribute to the development of policies 
and 
strategies aimed at building a sound political case for the adoption of 
strong and 
effective US climate policy.  REQUIRES: A minimum of 5 years experience in 
climate 
change, energy, environmental policy, economics, or other related field is 
required. 
Climate Change legislative experience is preferred. Strong communication 
skills (oral 
and written), sound relationship and consensus building; proven ability to 
develop 
policy and work with decision makers to achieve results. TO APPLY: visit our 
website 
http://www.worldwildlife.org/about/jobs_iframe.cfm.  Vacancy no: 11055. 

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OPERATIONS OFFICER
JAKARTA, INDONESIA 

The World Bank has posted an opening for an Operations Director in Jakarta.  
Duties: 
Providing strategic direction for the J4P program including leading the 
development 
and implementation of the work program and reporting to the country team, 
government partners and donors on the progress of work.  REQUIRES: A 
post-graduate 
degree in social sciences, law or a related area.  A minimum of five years 
experience in 
designing and managing legal and judicial reform activities, preferably with 
a focus on 
subnational and community based justice systems.  Strong, demonstrated 
analytical and 
writing skills.  Experience in designing and working on large-scale 
government 
operations involving multiple stakeholders. TO APPLY: Please visit 
www.worldbank.org.  Vacancy no: 101874.  Closing date: 10/10/10.  

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DIRECTOR
GENEVA 

The World Intellectual Property Organization seeks a Director (D-1) in 
Geneva.  Duties: 
direct and manage the work of the Development Agenda Coordination Division, 
including: supervision of staff and evaluation of individual and collective 
performance; 
management of human and financial resources to ensure timely, efficient and 
high 
quality delivery of results within the framework of the WIPO Program and 
Budget, and 
strategic planning of the Division¹s work.  REQUIRES: University degree, 
with at least 
fifteen years of progressively responsible professional experience in the 
field of 
intellectual property at the international level.  Substantial proven 
management 
experience involving the management of staff and the delivery of programs; 
strategic 
planning and execution, and financial administration within an 
international, culturally-
diverse environment. 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: 10/18/10.  Vacancy no: D2080.  

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UNITED NATIONS 

The United Nations seeks candidates for the following positions. Apply 
online at: 
https://jobs.un.org/Galaxy/Release3/info/guide.aspx?lang=1200. If you are a 
UN staff 
member, you must submit scanned copies of your two latest Performance 
Appraisal 
System reports at the time of application to email: staffing at un.org, Fax: 
1-917-367-
0524. Reference the Appropriate Vacancy No. 

DISARMAMENT, DEMOBILISATION AND REINTEGRATION OFFICER
ADDIS ABABA 

A Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Officer (P-4) is sought in 
Addis 
Ababa.  Duties: Assist in the assessment of existing DDR experience and 
capacities 
within the AU and TCCs; build relationships, develop and maintain close 
liaison with 
AU counterparts as well as governmental, community based organizations, 
civil and 
religious groups; Provide guidance on African specific training capacities 
that could be 
leveraged to support AU DDR activities and develop a training plan for the 
AU to 
strengthen capacities in DDR overall. REQUIRES: Advanced university degree 
(Master¹s degree or equivalent) in political science, social sciences, 
management, 
international economics, international relations, law, or a related field.  
A minimum of 
seven years of progressively responsible experience in international affairs 
such as 
peacekeeping, peace-building or development programmes operations in the 
field with 
specific focus on disarmament, demobilization, reintegration, small arms 
control, 
conflict/post-conflict crisis management, economic recovery or related area.  
Closing 
date: 10/16/10.  Vacancy no: 10-JUR-UNOAU-424824-R-ADDIS ABABA 

SECURITY SECTOR REFORM OFFICER
ADDIS ABABA 

A Security Sector Reform Officer (P-4) is sought in Addis Ababa.  Duties: 
Provide SSR 
technical and capacity building support to the African Union Commission 
(AUC); 
Support the implementation of the strategic partnership and priorities 
developed jointly 
by the AUC Defence and Security Division (DSD) and UN¹s SSR Unit; Support to 
the 
development of the AU¹s Policy Framework on SSR, as requested by AU Member 
States.  REQUIRES: Advanced university degree (Master¹s degree or 
equivalent) in 
political science, international relations, law, public administration, or 
related fields.  A 
minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in political 
analysis, 
security sector reform, institutional development or a related area with a 
focus on 
Africa or the African Union. Previous experience in SSR strategy and/or 
policy 
development, coordination of SSR stakeholders, programme/ project planning, 
management, review and evaluation, or related fields is required. Closing 
date: 
10/16/10.  Vacancy no: 10-JUR-UNOAU-424825-R-ADDIS ABABA. 

SENIOR POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER
ADDIS ABABA 

A Senior Political  Affairs Officer (P-5) is sought in Addis Ababa.  Duties: 
assist the 
Head of the Office and his/her Deputy in the overall management of the 
Political Unit; 
deputize for the Deputy Head of Office on matters relating to the 
chairmanship of the 
AU Peace and Security Cluster; provide substantive political advice and 
support on all 
matters relating to liaison between the Political Unit and the African Union 
Commission (AUC), African Regional Economic Commissions (RECs) and sub-
regional organizations in the areas of prevention, control and resolution of 
conflict and 
peace-building in Africa.  REQUIRES: Advanced university degree (Master¹s 
degree or 
equivalent) in political science, international relations, international 
economics, 
international law or related fields.  A minimum of ten years of 
progressively responsible 
experience in political Affairs, including at least five years of 
substantive experience in 
African affairs, including field experience in Africa, is required.  
Experience in project 
management is desirable. Closing date: 10/15/10.  Vacancy no: 10-POL-UNOAU-
424817-R-ADDIS ABABA 

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*ENVIRONMENT OFFICER (MODELLING AND ANALYSES) 
MONTREAL 

The International Civil Aviation Organization is seeking an Environment 
Officer in 
Montreal.  The Environment Branch is responsible for developing and 
maintaining 
Policies, Standards and Recommended Practices on environmental aspects of 
aviation. 
In particular, the Branch is responsible for developing and maintaining the 
ICAO 
Programme of Action on International Aviation and Climate Change which 
includes the 
development of a global strategy to limit or reduce green house gas 
emissions 
attributable to international civil aviation. It conducts studies, develops 
and analyzes 
policies within the context of sustainable development, with a focus on the 
quantification of and mitigation measures for, the impact of aircraft noise 
and engine 
emissions on the environment. The Branch is also responsible for the 
coordination of 
environmental activities within the Organization and with other relevant UN 
and 
international bodies. It supports the Committee on Aviation Environmental 
Protection, 
an advisory body (technical committee) of the ICAO Council.  MAJOR DUTIES: 
Under the direction of the Chief, Environment Branch (C/ENV), Air Transport 
Bureau, 
the incumbent will perform the following functions: 1. Undertake the 
development and 
application of a verifiable and accepted capability to estimate emissions 
from 
international aviation, including the calculation of carbon emissions for 
carbon offset 
estimations. Keep up-to-date and further develop the ICAO Carbon Calculator, 
and 
coordinate ICAO's activities in this area. Represent ICAO at international 
meetings on 
the subject (e.g. UN-IMG, IATN).  Provide guidance and training to UN bodies 
in the 
estimation of emissions from international aviation.  2. Manage and 
facilitate the 
activities related to modelling and assessment of aircraft noise and 
aircraft engine 
emissions in CAEP and its working groups in coordination with the relevant 
organizations and coordinate ICAO's activities in this area, prepare 
assessments for 
C/ENV as requested, and oversee the activities related to the communication 
of those 
assessments to facilitate the interpretation of results internally (e.g. 
Council, ANC) and 
externally (e.g. UNFCCC, public).  3. Undertake the activities of the ICAO 
Secretariat 
related to aviation alternative fuels as a potential means of reducing the 
CO2 footprint 
for aviation as a sector and facilitate the work by States in this area 
through the 
development of technical programs for conference and participation in 
regional/ 
international meetings on the subject.  4. Assist in the development and 
preparation of 
documentation (working papers, reports, minutes, etc.) related to 
scientific/ modelling 
aspects of aviation for CAEP, ICAO Assembly, Council, ANC, ATC and other 
bodies 
of the Organization for the approval of C/ENV.  Participate in the 
development and 
maintenance of ICAO environmental guidance material, as required.  Assist in 
the 
administration of websites dedicated to CAEP and process the scientific 
information to 
be published on the ICAO website.  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. 
Deadline for 
applications: 12 October 2010.  Vacancy no: PC 2010/44/P-4.  Only applicants 
who are 
under serious consideration will be contacted and interviewed. 

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*PROGRAMME OFFICER/ PRÉCIS WRITER 
MONTREAL 

The International Civil Aviation Organization is seeking a Programme 
Officer/ Precis 
Writer, Office of the Director, Air Navigation Bureau at Headquarters in 
Montreal.  The 
Office of the Director, Air Navigation Bureau (ANB), directs and coordinates 
the 
activities of the Bureau, oversees the preparation of studies and provides 
technical 
guidance to the Air Navigation Commission (ANC), the Council and the 
Assembly.  
MAJOR DUTIES: Under the guidance of the Director, Air Navigation Bureau 
(D/ANB), the incumbent will perform the following functions: 1. Provide 
support to the 
Secretary of the ANC: a) manage the planning, coordination and scheduling of 
sessional 
work programmes of the ANC. Liaise with the offices of the President of the 
Council 
and the Secretary General concerning air navigation issues to be presented 
to the 
Council and the Assembly, and other scheduling matters; b) oversee and 
ensure the 
timely availability of documentation for meetings of the ANC, Council and 
Assembly. 
Streamline the procedures for monitoring progress in the development of such 
documentation; c) provide advice to the President and Members of the ANC on 
procedural aspects of the work of the ANC and other bodies; d) direct and 
oversee the 
preparation of working papers, studies, etc. on behalf of D/ANB and DD/ANB 
for the 
ANC, Council and Assembly, relating to general air navigation and 
administrative and 
procedural matters; and e) provide support to the Secretary of the ICAO ANC 
Laurel 
Award Committee. Direct the planning, coordination and scheduling of the 
Laurel 
Award Committee meetings. Oversee preparation of relevant documentation and 
arrangements for Award presentations.  2. Prepare minutes of meetings, 
and/or 
supervise the writing of minutes by others, on the basis of notes, verbatim 
transcripts 
and/or tapes. Prepare corrigenda if required. Supervise the preparation of 
the final 
version of the approved minutes of the ANC with subject index and electronic 
publishing.  3. Provide support to the Secretary of the Technical Commission 
of the 
ICAO Assembly. Plan and coordinate ANB preparations for, and participation 
in, 
sessions of the Assembly (agenda, documentation, scheduling, staffing, 
reports, advice 
on procedural issues). Liaise with other bodies of the Assembly as 
necessary.  4. Direct 
and coordinate administrative projects involving more than one section of 
ANB, as 
required. Direct the preparation of general administrative and procedural 
instructions, 
amendments to the ANB Secretariat Instructions (ANSI) and the ANC Procedural 
Guidebook. Propose and implement improvements to the internal workflow with 
a view 
to increasing overall efficiency.  5. Plan and coordinate ANB input to the 
ICAO 
programme of meetings. Provide general advice to D/ANB, DD/ANB, the 
President and 
Members of the ANC, and ANB Section Chiefs on matters relating to air 
navigation 
divisional and panel-type meetings, and coordinate scheduling of such 
meetings. 
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. Deadline for 
applications: 
12 October 2010.  Vacancy no: PC 2010/45/P-3.  Only applicants who are under 
serious 
consideration will be contacted and interviewed. 

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*DIRECTOR 
WASHINGTON, DC 

Chemonics seeks a Washington-based director to oversee a USAID-funded 
recovery 
project in Haiti. The project supports the Government of Haiti¹s ability to 
respond to the 
recent earthquake, stabilizes communities through temporary employment and 
other 
means, and enhances citizen participation in relief and recovery. 
Responsibilities 
include: manage significant project activities, budgets, and resources; 
direct the 
research and writing of technical documents; contribute to departmental, 
regional, and 
corporate strategies; and provide day-to-day work and staff supervision.  
QUALIFICATIONS: Master¹s required; doctoral degree preferred, or equivalent 
combination of education and work experience in a relevant area.  Nine years 
of 
progressively responsible experience that includes at least three years of 
supervisory 
field management experience in a conflict, disaster, or transition country.  
Understanding and fluency in financial and project management systems and 
procedures.  Demonstrated experience working on programs that include 
rehabilitation 
of small infrastructure in accordance with USAID rules and regulations.  
Experience 
working with USAID¹s Office of Transition Initiatives and knowledge of its 
approaches 
and systems strongly preferred.  Ability to travel and work abroad 
approximately three 
months per year; willingness to consider long-term overseas assignments.  
French 
fluency or near fluency preferred.  TO APPLY: Send electronic submissions to 
Haiti_Director at chemonics.com no later than October 4, 2010. No phone calls. 
Finalist 
will be contacted. 

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*COUNTRY REPRESENTATIVE 
AFGHANISTAN 

The Asia Foundation is seeking a Country Representative to oversee and run 
its office 
in Afghanistan. The Country Representative (CR) is the senior-most 
Foundation 
employee in Afghanistan, the organization¹s largest office, and leads all 
programs, 
operations and external relations there, while contributing to the 
development and 
implementation of the Foundation¹s strategic vision in Afghanistan. The CR 
oversees 
management of the Afghanistan office¹s programs, financial, security, and 
administrative operations, directs staff, and develops and implements 
effective 
fundraising strategies. The CR maintains productive relationships with the 
Afghanistan 
government, diplomatic missions, donors, national and international 
organizations, 
partners, and the media, in addition to overseeing monitoring, evaluation, 
and reporting 
on program results to donors and to Foundation headquarters. The CR reports 
to the 
Vice President of Field Operations and is supported by three Deputy Country 
Representatives.  The Asia Foundation¹s Afghanistan program has an annual 
budget of 
$30+ million and a team of 230 Afghans and international staff from 12 
countries. 
Program areas include strengthening government institutions at the central 
and sub-
national levels, broadening and deepening political participation, 
contributing to the 
advancement of Afghan women, and improving quality and access to higher 
education. 
See asiafoundation.org for more specific program information.  REQUIREMENTS: 
Minimum ten years of progressively responsible professional experience, or 
the 
equivalent, in international development or foreign affairs in Asia with 
private, public, 
bi-lateral or multi-lateral development institutions and non-profit 
organizations. Proven 
track record in strategic planning, program development and fundraising. 
Experience in 
proposal and report writing, financial and grants management and budget 
control, 
fundraising and managing international donor-funded projects.  Doctorate or 
Master's 
degree in a field related to Foundation interests.  Required Skills: 
Knowledge of and 
professional experience in Afghanistan.  Strong team-building, 
representational and 
diplomatic skills. Demonstrated management skills and experience in 
supervising 
multi-national, multi-disciplinary teams; strong analytical and problem- 
solving skills; 
excellent verbal and written communication, proven interpersonal and 
intercultural 
skills, including flexibility and sensitivity.  Other Preferred Skills: 
Language proficiency 
in Pashto and/or Dari. Background or technical proficiency in one or more of 
the 
following fields: international development practice, political science, 
law, social 
sciences, public policy, public administration, international relations, 
women¹s 
education/ development, economics, foreign affairs and Asian Studies.  TO 
APPLY: 
When submitting your application please put your cover letter/ expression of 
interest 
and resume in one document and submit it as an attachment. We will only 
consider 
applicants who provide a cover letter including salary requirements along 
with their 
resume, and submit their application prior to the deadline. The Asia 
Foundation is an 
equal opportunity employer. EOE/M/F/D/V. No phone calls, please. 

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*PROGRAM MANAGER 
WASHINGTON, DC 

ICMA seeks a Program Manager based in DC to provide program management and 
administrative oversight for Afghanistan field programs and to support 
business and 
proposal development activities. ICMA is the premier local government 
leadership and 
management organization. Its mission is to create excellence in local 
governance 
worldwide by providing technical and management assistance, training, and 
information resources.  Responsibilities include: Managing at least one 
international 
development contract. Responsible for assisting in program start-up and 
close-out.  
Recruiting consultants for programs and proposals.  Developing and 
monitoring 
consultant and subcontractor contracts.  Preparing, managing, and monitoring 
program 
budgets.  Ensuring program compliance with USAID contractual regulations.  
Supporting a range of proposal development activities.  Conducting country 
or thematic 
research for programs or proposals.  Contributing to program-related 
articles and 
reports.  Participating in overseas trips related to program management in 
conflict 
environments such as Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan etc.  QUALIFICATIONS: 
Bachelor's 
Degree in International Affairs, Public Administration, International 
Business 
Administration, Economics, Urban Studies or related field and five years of 
experience. 
Master's Degree may be substituted for one year of experience. At least 3 
years of 
experience managing USAID grants or contracts. Available for periodic 
overseas travel. 
Knowledge of and experience with administration and finance of USAID-funded 
contracts or grants. General management of professional and administrative 
personnel. 
Excellent oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated financial 
management 
and budgetary skills. Word and Excel skills. Bachelor's degree in related 
field.  TO 
APPLY: Apply no later than October 25, 2010 at recruitment at icma.org.  No 
phone 
calls please. Only finalists will be contacted. 

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*PROCUREMENT DIRECTOR 
AFGHANISTAN 

Chemonics International seeks a procurement director for the USAID-funded 
Office of 
Transition Initiatives program. The program provides assistance to the 
Government of 
the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the U.S. military to achieve 
stability in 
southern Afghanistan and administers a grants-under-contract program. 
Responsibilities 
include: oversee all procurement for the project and supervise the 
procurement manager 
and procurement specialists. QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum five years of 
procurement 
experience; Familiarity with international donor procurement regulations and 
security 
procedures preferred; Experience obtaining and evaluating quotations for 
complex 
purchases; Proficiency in using word processing, spreadsheet, and 
presentation 
software; Fluent written and spoken English skills required; Previous 
experience 
working in Afghanistan or challenging security environments and on rapid 
transition 
programs in insecure environments desirable. TO APPLY: Send electronic 
submissions 
to asi-srecruitment at chemonics.com by October 15, 2010. Please indicate 
position title 
in the subject line. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be 
contacted. 

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*STANDARDS AND PROCEDURES OFFICER 
MONTREAL 

The International Civil Aviation Organization is seeking a Standards and 
Procedures 
Officer, Continuous Monitoring and Oversight Section, Safety Management and 
Monitoring, Air Navigation Bureau at Headquarters in Montreal.  The 
Continuous 
Monitoring and Oversight Section (CMO) of the Air Navigation Bureau (ANB) is 
responsible for the management of the ICAO Universal Safety Oversight Audit 
Programme (USOAP), which is aimed at ensuring the effective implementation 
by 
ICAO Member States of safety-related Standards and Recommended Practices 
(SARPs) 
and associated procedures using a continuous monitoring approach. The 
Section is 
responsible for identifying safety deficiencies in Member States by 
conducting various 
USOAP activities such as safety oversight audits and ICAO Coordinated 
Validation 
Missions (ICVMs), assessing associated safety risks, and developing 
assistance 
strategies. The Section is also responsible for reporting on audit findings 
and 
determining the impact on aviation safety arising from the lack of effective 
implementation of the critical elements of a safety oversight system. Having 
completed 
a cycle of audits under the Comprehensive Systems Approach (CSA) pertaining 
to all 
safety related provisions in all safety-related Annexes to the Convention on 
International Civil Aviation (Doc 7300), the Programme methodology has now 
evolved 
from a cyclic approach to a continuous monitoring approach.  MAJOR DUTIES: 
Under 
the guidance of the Chief, Continuous Monitoring and Oversight Section 
(C/CMO), the 
incumbent will: 1. Prepare for, and participate in, the conduct of safety 
oversight audit 
and validation missions, either as a team leader or member, to determine 
compliance 
with the Chicago Convention or national regulations, conformance with ICAO 
Standards and adherence to ICAO Recommended Practices, procedures and good 
aviation safety practices.  2. Manage the information contained in the 
Universal Safety 
Oversight Audit Programme (USOAP) On-Line Framework in the areas of flight 
operations (including dangerous goods) and personnel licensing. Conduct 
analyses of 
audit findings and corrective action plans submitted by States to enable 
ICAO, States 
and international organizations to prioritize actions to resolve safety 
concerns.  3. 
Review audit findings, reports, corrective action plans and any other State 
information 
submitted related in the field of flight operations and personnel licensing 
matters. 
Review updates on the progress submitted by States on the level of 
implementation of 
the eight critical elements of a safety oversight system for posting on the 
FSIX public 
website and USOAP restricted website.  4. Coordinate with State National 
Continuous 
Monitoring Coordinators (NCMC), staff from ICAO Regional Offices, and staff 
from 
other ANB Sections on USOAP-related matters specifically in the field of 
flight 
operations, dangerous goods and personnel licensing.  5. Perform quality 
control on 
audit and validation reports and related documentation to ensure consistency 
with and 
adherence to established report preparation standards and requirements.  
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: 15 October 
2010.  
Vacancy no: PC 2010/46/P-4.  Date for entry on duty: After 28 January 2011.  
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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*REGIONAL OFFICER, TECHNICAL COOPERATION 
MEXICO 

The International Civil Aviation Organization is seeking a Regional Officer, 
Technical 
Cooperation in the Central American and Caribbean Regional Office in Mexico. 
The 
Regional Office is primarily responsible for maintaining continuous liaison 
with the 
States to which it is accredited and with appropriate organizations and 
regional civil 
aviation bodies to promote the implementation of ICAO¹s policies, decisions, 
Standards 
and Recommended Practices and air navigation plans. It supports extensive 
meeting 
activities, disseminates information and encourages participation in ICAO 
activities. 
The Regional Office also provides technical assistance when requested.  
MAJOR 
DUTIES: Under the direction of the ICAO Regional Director, the incumbent 
will 
perform the following functions: 1. Encourage, formulate and identify new 
projects in 
close coordination with the Regional Director and the Technical Cooperation 
Bureau 
(TCB), manage existing regional projects, increase requests for and receive 
new 
projects and coordinate with TCB.  Advise and assist States in matters 
related to the 
formulation of requests for technical cooperation and/or related documents 
including 
but not limited to resource mobilization, training and fellowships.  Advise 
on and assist 
with the preparation of plans and recommendations to achieve implementation 
and 
maintenance of competence of personnel of States¹ civil aviation agencies.  
2. Establish 
and retain concrete contacts with the relevant authorities of States and 
regional civil 
aviation bodies, with a view to strengthening and raising the profile of 
ICAO in 
technical cooperation activities, achieving high visibility of activities of 
ICAO, and 
promoting the services of TCB.  3. Develop regional technical cooperation 
projects/ 
programmes with a view to: a) reviewing/ developing/ finalizing/ updating 
project 
documents, oftentimes in consultation with technical experts; b) assisting 
TCB in 
developing grant applications and proposals for funding to donors and/or 
financial 
institutions; c) determining the requirements for the development of a 
budget, as well as 
the job descriptions and qualifications of project experts; and d) promoting 
and 
maintaining effective coordination between the Regional Offices and the 
Technical Co-
operation Bureau by conveying to Headquarters all requests for technical 
cooperation 
actions and bilateral TCB projects, and contributing to the establishment of 
appropriate 
communication channels between local authorities and TCB.  4. Evaluate and 
monitor 
the progress and effectiveness of all technical cooperation programmes and 
projects in 
the assigned region through coordination with the Regional Director and with 
TCB. 
Ensure timely and efficient implementation of assigned regional technical 
cooperation 
programmes and projects in the assigned region. Participate in the 
administration of the 
inter-regional projects delegated to the Regional Office, including 
programming for 
assignment to the States to which the office is accredited and evaluation of 
requests. 
Maintain close liaison with TCB sections in providing active support to 
technical 
cooperation programmes in the assigned region, including the collaborative 
development projects such as COSCAPs, CAPSCA and CODEVMET.  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: 15 October 
2010.  
Vacancy no: PC 2010/47/P-4.  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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*CHIEF OF PARTY 
GUATEMALA 

IFES is seeking a Chief of Party in Guatemala.  IFES is responding to a 
USAID RFA 
entitled ³Strengthening of the Guatemalan Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) 
to 
Conduct the 2011 General Elections².  The goal of the technical assistance 
is to build a 
sustainable, indigenous capacity to effectively administer elections.  
REQUIRES: 
Master¹s degree in a related field preferred; Bachelor¹s required.  At least 
15 years of 
relevant work experience directly related to technical assistance for 
electoral systems 
and processes.  Extensive experience with implementing electoral cycle 
projects in 
multiple settings.  On-site and medium/ long-term capacity-building of 
election 
commission and election administration staff required.  Demonstrated 
initiative and 
problem solving skills.  Strong oral and written communication skills.  
Strong 
professional and collaborative management skills.  Working knowledge of 
USAID 
policies and regulations.  Ability to meet deadlines.  Spanish fluency 
required.  Strong 
oral and written communication skills; and familiarity with political, 
economic, and 
social issues in Latin America and the Caribbean.  TO APPLY: All 
applications are 
accepted online at http://recruiting.ifes.org/careers. EEO/V/D/M/F 

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*JUVENILE JUSTICE SPECIALIST
MOROCCO 

The ABA's Rule of Law Initiative seeks a long-term Juvenile Justice 
specialist to lead 
the implementation of a new pilot program and to advise justice sector 
stakeholders. 
Program objectives include creating a new framework to underpin alternatives 
to 
juvenile detention, developing a pool of court-appointed guardians from 
neighborhood 
association staff or volunteers, and helping to establish a pilot corps of 
court officers 
who will perform duties similar to those of probation officers. The 
long-term specialist 
will be expected to serve on ground for up to one year on a pro-bono basis 
but will 
receive a modest stipend and other support.  REQUIRES: To receive 
consideration 
candidates must have a JD or a Master's Degree and 5-7 years relevant work 
experience. 
International development experience and French language skills preferred. 
Please 
indicate dates of availability.  TO APPLY: for the International Pro Bono 
Legal 
Specialist Program please visit 
http://www.abanet.org/rol/opportunities/applywithus.shtml to fill out the 
Online 
Participant Registration Form. Please also be prepared to upload your 
resume. Only 
short-listed candidates will be contacted. 

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*MONITORING & EVALUATION SPECIALIST
WASHINGTON, DC 

MSI/BlueLaw International seeks an experienced mid-level development 
professional 
with experience in program performance measurement and monitoring and 
evaluation 
(M&E) as part of a long-term project on behalf of the U.S. Department of 
State. This 
position will be part of an on-going project directly supporting the 
Department in its 
criminal justice development efforts. This position will serve as part of a 
team assisting 
in the development of program management standards and guidelines for the 
U.S. State 
Department. The position is based in Washington, D.C and will be full-time 
for 220 
days.  Candidates with current or previous security clearance preferred.  
Responsibilities: Responsible for aiding in providing guidance to the client 
on the 
development and implementation of performance measures, monitoring and 
evaluation 
plans, and data gathering/ verification on criminal justice and judicial 
reform, policing, 
anticorruption, and other related fields; Develop and/or provide M&E 
training, 
assistance, and consultation to program management staff.  Provide other M&E 
project 
support as needed.  QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor¹s degree is required; a 
Master¹s 
degree is preferred.  At least three years of work experience in 
international 
development with at least two years experience working with M&E issues and 
products 
on development projects.  Demonstrated and strong understanding of and 
facility with 
performance management issues, development and organization of benchmarking 
measures, indicators, and reports.  Prior experience designing, monitoring, 
or 
implementing a performance monitoring system in the areas of administration 
of 
justice, criminal justice, governance, anticorruption, or related field 
preferred.  Strong 
written and oral research background and analytic skills and excellent 
communications 
skills. Demonstrated ability to work well in a team environment.  Previous 
USAID, 
State, or bi- or multilateral donor experience preferred.  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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*ANTI-CORRUPTION ADVISOR, JUDICIAL REFORM AND GOVERNMENT 
ACCOUNTABILITY
SERBIA 

MSI seeks an experienced Anti-Corruption Advisor for a five year Judicial 
Reform and 
Government Accountability (JRGA) project in Serbia. The purpose of the 
project is to 
strengthen the rule of law, the independence of the judiciary, and the 
administration of 
justice in Serbia.  The Anti-Corruption Advisor will be the primary 
technical expert for 
the project on all tasks related Government Accountability.  REQUIRES: 5 
years of 
demonstrated, successful and progressively responsible experience in 
anti-corruption 
and good governance areas working with governmental institutions, such as: 
anti-
corruption commissions, ombudsman, or state audit institutions; Prior 
experience on a 
USAID or other international donor-funded anti-corruption or government 
accountability projects preferred; Experience working in the region (the 
Balkans or 
Eastern Europe) required; A Bachelor¹s degree in political science, law, 
public 
administration, or other relevant areas, advanced degree preferred; Fluency 
in written 
and spoken English is required. Proficiency in Serbian a plus.  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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*CRIMINAL LAW AND INSTITUTION BUILDING SPECIALIST
KOSOVO 

ABA ROLI is looking for a short-term criminal law specialist to be based in 
Prishtina 
Kosovo starting in late fall 2010, for a four-month term . The legal 
specialist will: 
Organize a national client counseling competition in Serbian and Albanian in 
cooperation with the University of Prishtina, the University of Prizren, and 
a North 
Mitrovica-based NGO; Provide institution-building support to the Kosovo 
Public  
Prosecutors Association, including working with the association to conduct 
an 
organizational assessment and develop a strategic plan and develop trainings 
for the 
association's steering committee on effective management, budgeting, 
fundraising, and 
other topics as requested.  REQUIRES: Candidates should have experience in 
organizational development and working with prosecutorial or other 
professional 
organizations and project or event planning.  Prosecutorial experience and 
experience 
working in a cross-cultural environment a plus.  TO APPLY: for the 
International Pro 
Bono Legal Specialist Program please click here 
http://www.abanet.org/rol/opportunities/applywithus.shtml to fill out the 
Online 
Participant Registration Form. Please also be prepared to upload your 
resume. Only 
short-listed candidates will be contacted. 

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*CHIEF OF PARTY, GOOD GOVERNANCE
GEORGIA 

MSI seeks an experienced Chief of Party to lead a multi-year Good Governance 
Project 
based in Georgia. The Good Governance Project is a USAID-funded program that 
will 
address different challenges facing governance at the local and national 
levels, and will 
offer public space for citizens of Georgia to engage with each other, with 
their elected 
officials, with the media, with civil society and with members of political 
parties.  The 
COP should be an experienced senior manager to serve as the director of 
programming 
and oversee all office operations. The COP will be based in Tbilisi and be 
responsible 
for overseeing overall implementation of all three components on a full-time 
basis. In 
addition, the COP will lead Component One of G3 program - Improve Governance 
and 
Transparency at the Federal Level.  REQUIRES: Master¹s or higher degree in 
political 
science, public administration, business administration, public policy, 
international 
relations or other related field.  Seven to ten years of relevant 
professional experience 
managing national governance, public administration programs in NIS and/or 
Central 
and Eastern European countries and a thorough understanding of the issues 
surrounding 
national governance and public administration development in transitional 
countries.  
At least five years experience as a CoP or equivalent leadership position.  
Experience 
working with donors/ host governments on development programs.  Demonstrated 
ability to effectively manage a diverse team of employees, including 
expatriate and 
local staff and the program with different components.  Strong interpersonal 
skills, 
demonstrated ability to create and maintain effective working relationships 
with GoG, 
constituents, media, political parties, members from academia, legislators, 
government 
officials, bilateral donors, as well as in-country and foreign experts.  
Skills in program 
planning, monitoring, and evaluation; strong communication skills, including 
public 
speaking, reporting and writing.  English language fluency required; Russian 
and/or 
Georgian language working knowledge desirable.  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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*DIRECTOR OF COMPONENT 3
GEORGIA 

MSI is seeking a Director of Component 3 in Georgia.  The Good Governance 
Project is 
a USAID-funded program that will address different challenges facing 
governance at 
the local and national levels, and will offer public space for citizens of 
Georgia to 
engage with each other, with their elected officials, with the media, with 
civil society 
and with members of political parties. The project will run for 3.5 years, 
starting 
September 30th.  The Director for the democracy engagement center component 
will be 
hired on a full-time basis.  QUALIFICATIONS: Experience successfully 
directing 
complex and politically-sensitive programs, including working with political 
parties, 
media, NGOs, and/or local and national governments; Sensitivity to local 
political 
issues, and an understanding of how to balance competing political agendas; 
ability to 
withstand potential political pressure; At least four years of experience in 
international 
development, preferably with USAID programs; Skills in program planning, 
monitoring, and evaluation; Strong communication skills, including public 
speaking, 
reporting and writing; Strong conflict management and negotiation skills; 
Advanced 
degree in political science, public administration, business administration, 
international 
relations, or a related field. 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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*LOCAL GOVERNMENT PROGRAM MANAGER/DEPUTY CHIEF OF 
PARTY
GEORGIA 

MSI is seeking a Local Government Program Manager who will be hired on a 
full-time 
basis. It is desirable that the DCOP have experience in service delivery 
issues and 
training provision as well. The DCOP will be based in Tbilisi.  
Responsibilities: 
Manage and lead Component Two of the G3 program - Promote More Responsive, 
Professional, and Engaged Local Governments; Assist the COP in overseeing 
all other 
components of the program especially as liaison to international and 
domestic NGOs 
working in the area of governance in Georgia; Represent the project at 
seminars and 
conferences dedicated to local government issues; Assist the COP in all 
reporting 
requirements; Manage agreements with sub-grantees/ subcontractors; Required 
to travel 
extensively to regional project sites within Georgia for project management 
and 
monitoring purposes. Act as COP as required.  QUALIFICATIONS: Master¹s or 
higher 
degree in Political Science, Public Administration, Public Policy or other 
relevant field; 
At least six years of experience in international development; Professional 
experience 
in managing and implementing local governance or similar programs; Strong 
interpersonal skills to maintain good relations with partners, skills in 
program planning, 
monitoring, and evaluation; strong communication skills, including public 
speaking, 
reporting and writing; English language fluency required; Russian and/or 
Georgian 
language working knowledge desirable; Thorough knowledge and understanding, 
experience and knowledge in local governance, citizens¹ participation, 
outreach to 
constituencies, and familiarity with specific challenges local governments 
face in 
transitional countries; Experience in the Former Soviet Union and South 
Caucasus is 
desirable. Strong skills in leading and planning LG training programs. 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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*VICE PRESIDENT, CONTRACT OPERATIONS
BETHESDA, MD 

ABT Associates has posted an opening for a Vice President of Contract 
Operations who 
will oversee the operation of the company¹s contractual related activities, 
including 
contract management, subcontract administration and procurement.  REQUIRES: 
Minimum of 10 years executive or senior level contract management 
experience, 
preferably within a professional services or government contracting 
organization/ 
environment.  Master¹s and/or Law Degree strongly preferred. For more 
information 
please go to www.abtassociates.com.  Vacancy no: 2010-4795. 

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*TECHNICAL ADVISOR
LILONGWE, MALAWI 

Crown Agents has posted an opening for a Technical Advisor (TA) who will 
work with 
the Ministry of Health, including the National Malaria Control Program and 
other 
relevant departments, to ensure that updated, technically sound, practical 
long life 
insecticide treated nets (LLIN) policies and guidelines are in place to 
facilitate the 
achievement of national LLIN coverage and usage targets.  REQUIRES: Prior 
experience working with related government, donor and bilateral programs.  
Demonstrated work history in logistics management.  Extensive history 
providing 
technical support service to a government organization preferred.  For more 
information 
and to apply please go to www.crownagentsusa.com/current-vacancies.aspx 

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*LEGAL COUNSEL
AFRICA 

The African Development Bank is seeking a Legal Counsel, Administration 
(PL-6).  
Duties: Assist in providing advice on constitutional and corporate legal 
issues arising 
from the interpretation and application of the Bank¹s Charter including 
matters 
pertaining to privileges and immunities.  REQUIRES: At least a Master¹s 
degree in 
Law, including courses in international Labour and Administrative law and 
civil law, 
plus admission to the Bar (or diploma to practice law)  in a member country; 
or a first 
university degree plus a relevant combination of a professional 
qualification in Law 
(e.g. Juris Doctor (JD) plus admission to the Bar (or a diploma to practice 
law) in a 
member country.  At least 4 (four) years of relevant experience, preferably 
with an 
established law firm or an international financial institution.  Proven 
competence in 
International Commercial Law and Employment and Procurement Contracts. TO 
APPLY: Applicants will only be considered if they submit (preferably 
electronically, to: 
recruit at afdb.org) a fully completed Personal History Form (PHF), available 
from the 
Bank¹s web site, and attach a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (CV) indicating 
date of 
birth and nationality. The African Development Bank is an equal 
opportunities 
employer and female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.  Closing 
date: 
10/6/10.  Vacancy no: ADB/10/122. 

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UN POPULATION FUND 

The UN Population Fund is seeking applicants for the following positions.  
TO APPLY: 
Please apply online: http://www.unfpa.org/employment/vacancy.html 

*ENVIRONMENTAL SCANNING SPECIALIST
NEW YORK 

The Environmental Scanning Specialist will provide substantive input in the 
design and 
implementation of the UNFPA environmental scanning architecture, which 
includes 
monitoring and analysis of political, socio-cultural and economic trends/ 
issues, to help 
the organization timely react to the changes in the environment and 
strategically 
position itself internally and externally. REQUIRES: Advanced university 
degree 
(Master¹s degree), preferably in political science, sociology, international 
affairs, public 
health, or other social sciences; Seven years of progressively responsible 
professional 
experience with proven expertise of political/ socio-cultural/ economic 
analysis. 
Country/ regional experience in development would be an advantage.  Vacancy 
no: 
1652.  Closing date: 10/6/10. 

*POLICY SPECIALIST
NEW YORK 

A Policy Specialist (P-2) is sought in New York.  Duties: Research, gather 
and fact-
check information for the Executive Director and Deputy Executive Directors 
with 
regards to oversight, audit and investigation issues.  Support the 
maintaining of the data 
system in OED for investigation and audit advisory committee.  REQUIRES: 
Advanced 
University degree in law, political science, management, international 
relations or 
related subjects.  2 years of relevant experience at national and 
international level.  
Good knowledge/ understanding of the UN system.  Closing date: 10/6/10.  
Vacancy no: 
1658. 

*TECHNICAL ADVISER, GENDER
JOHANNESBURG, AFRICA 

A Technical Adviser, Gender (ICS-12) is sought in Johannesburg.  S/he is the 
principal 
adviser at the regional level for integrated technical and programme advice 
on gender. 
The Technical Adviser works in an integrated manner with the technical and 
programme staff in the regional office and sub-regional offices, under the 
coordination 
of the Regional Programme Team Coordinator.  REQUIRES: Advanced University 
Degree,  (preferably Ph.D.) in social anthropology, law and women¹s rights, 
sociology, 
gender, cultural studies, or other field directly related to the substantive 
area identified 
in the title of the post.  10 years of increasingly responsible professional 
experience in 
the substantive area, of which seven years at the international level.  
Closing date: 
10/5/10.  Vacancy no: 1657. 

*PROGRAMME SPECIALIST, YOUTH
ISTANBUL, TURKEY 

A Programme Specialist, Youth (P-3) is sought in Istanbul. S/He provides 
country 
offices with daily support on programme and operational issues, research and 
data 
collection; and assists in the management of the regional programme. The 
Programme 
Specialist is part of a team which provides integrated programme and 
technical support 
within a systems strengthening approach fundamental to UNFPA¹s overall 
strategy.  
REQUIRES: Advanced University Degree in public health, medicine, sociology, 
demography, gender, economics, international relations, or international 
development.  
Five years of relevant increasingly responsible professional experience in 
developmental work.  Substantive knowledge and practical experience in 
population, 
sexual and reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, gender and human rights, and in 
particular 
in the field of youth Programme experience.  Closing date: 10/5/10.  Vacancy 
no: 1656. 

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UNITED NATIONS 

The United Nations seeks candidates for the following positions. Apply 
online at: 
https://jobs.un.org/Galaxy/Release3/info/guide.aspx?lang=1200. If you are a 
UN staff 
member, you must submit scanned copies of your two latest Performance 
Appraisal 
System reports at the time of application to email: staffing at un.org, Fax: 
1-917-367-
0524. Reference the Appropriate Vacancy No. 

*CHIEF CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE
MULTIPLE DUTY STATIONS 

A Chief Conduct and Discipline (P-5) is sought in multiple duty stations. 
Duties: Developing measures to raise awareness about UN standards of conduct 
and to 
prevent personnel misconduct; Receiving and channeling complaints relating 
to 
personnel misconduct; Developing measures to detect personnel misconduct and 
ensure 
compliance with UN standards of conduct.  REQUIRES: An advanced university 
degree 
(Master¹s degree or equivalent) in Social Sciences, Law, Human Rights, 
Public 
Administration or Human Resources Management. Familiarity with military law 
is an 
asset.  At least 10 years of progressively responsible professional 
experience in 
positions in the field of policy, conduct and discipline, human rights, 
human resources 
management, law, dispute resolution processes or management. Substantive 
experience 
in analysis and resolution of problems of administration, law or human 
rights is 
required.  Closing date: 10/8/10.  Vacancy no: 10-ADM-PMSS-424808-R-
MULTIPLE D/S. 

*POLITICAL AFFAIRS OFFICER
ADDIS ABABA 

A Political Affairs Officer (P-4) is sought in Addis Ababa. The Political 
Affairs 
Officer (Mediation and Conflict Resolution) would be responsible for 
providing UN 
Secretariat support to the Head of the UN Integrated Office/ Addis in the 
areas of early 
warning, mediation and conflict resolution to enhance the Office¹s efforts 
to address 
ongoing and emerging conflicts in the region.  REQUIRES: Advanced university 
degree 
(Master¹s degree or equivalent) in political science, international 
relations, international 
economics, international law or related fields.  At least 7 years of 
progressively 
responsible work experience in political science, international relations, 
civil affairs, 
humanitarian affairs, international law, disarmament, security sector 
reform, 
development management, conflict resolution, negotiation, mediation or 
related area.  
Closing date: 10/14/10.  Vacancy no: 10-POL-UNOAU-424818-R-ADDIS 
ABABA. 

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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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*FIELD OFFICE DIRECTOR 
ISRAEL AND THE PALESTINIAN TERRITORY 

The Carter Center is guided by a fundamental commitment to human rights and 
the 
alleviation of human suffering; it seeks to prevent and resolve conflicts, 
enhance 
freedom and democracy, and improve health.  The Carter Center is seeking a 
senior 
Field Office Director in Israel and the Palestinian Territory. The Director 
will work 
with a team to develop, initiate and implement the Center's democracy and 
human 
rights promotion and conflict resolution activities. The position requires 
ongoing liaison 
with key actors in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and Israel. The Director 
will work 
from the Center's offices in Jerusalem and Ramallah, with regular travel 
within Israel, 
the West Bank and Gaza.  QUALIFICATIONS: The position requires at least ten 
years 
of senior level experience managing field office activities and personnel, 
and extensive 
involvement with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Experience implementing 
programs 
related to governance, election observation, human rights or conflict 
mitigation is 
strongly preferred, as are the diplomatic skills necessary to liaise 
effectively with senior 
officials from a variety of backgrounds. Graduate degree in a related field 
and Arabic 
language capacity is desirable. Salary is commensurate with experience. The 
candidate 
will be hired as a consultant for an initial one year period with potential 
for extension.  
TO APPLY: If interested, please send cover letter, CV, and list of 
references to: Rana 
Shabb The Carter Center, 453 Freedom Parkway, Atlanta, Georgia 30307, 
E-mail: 
rshabb at emory.edu.  Deadline for submissions: October 1, 2010 

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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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*LEGISLATIVE EXPERT 
AFGHANISTAN 

Chemonics seeks a long-term legislative expert for an anticipated 
USAID-funded 
legislative strengthening project in Afghanistan. The project aims to 
improve the 
capacity of parliamentary staff to provide effective legislative support; 
strengthen the 
legislature's public outreach initiatives; provide budget development and 
oversight 
assistance; and build linkages between Parliament, NGOs, civil society, the 
executive 
branch, and the media.  QUALIFICATIONS include: Advanced degree in a 
relevant 
field.  Demonstrated experience in parliamentary committee strengthening, 
legislative 
and bill drafting, and training and capacity building.  Minimum five years 
of legislative 
experience.  USAID project experience a plus.  Excellent written and oral 
communication skills.  English language proficiency required.  TO APPLY: 
Send 
electronic submission to afpakLSPrecruit at chemonics.com no later than October 
30, 
2010.  Please include title in subject line. No phone calls. Finalist will 
be contacted. 

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*COUNTRY DIRECTOR
PANAMA 

The ABA Rule of Law Initiative is currently recruiting for a Country 
Director for its 
existing criminal justice program in Panama. This position will be based in 
Panama 
City and is expected to commence immediately. The Country Director will 
report 
directly to the Latin America and Caribbean Director based in Washington, DC 
Primary 
duties will be to guide the implementation of programs in the areas of trial 
advocacy 
skills for attorneys and judges, and human rights training for police, and 
to supervise 
and manage international and national staff.  REQUIRES: professional fluency 
in 
Spanish, a law degree, and criminal litigation experience under an 
accusatorial legal 
system. Management experience with legal reform programs in Latin America is 
preferred, as is familiarity with inquisitorial legal systems and human 
rights issues. TO 
APPLY: please visit http://new.abanet.org/hr/default.aspx to apply.  All 
applicants for 
regular full-time employment in the U.S. must possess work authorization 
that does not 
require employer sponsorship. 

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*DIVISION DIRECTOR, EUROPE AND EURASIA
WASHINGTON, DC 

The ABA Rule of Law Initiative is seeking a Division Director, Europe and 
Eurasia 
who leads regional division for overseas programs. Working closely with the 
programs 
oversight bodies, is responsible for all aspects of the organizations work 
in the region 
and has overall responsibility for management of headquarters-based and 
field-based 
staff, including supervision of headquarters staff, and of field-based 
regional or country 
directors as appropriate. Develops and is responsible for implementing the 
strategic 
vision in the region; identifies and obtains funding for programs; engages 
in donor 
relations; oversees preparation of funding proposals and budgets, 
implementation of 
programs and compliance with programmatic and financial requirements; 
coordinates 
activities and programs with other entities working in the field; develops/ 
implements 
activities to publicize work in the region.  REQUIRES: Doctoral Degree (JD, 
Ph.D.).  
Travel to the region required. JD and 7 years relevant experience or 
Master¹s degree 
and 10 years relevant experience required, including experience in 
international 
program development.  Experience in USG-funded programs desired; requires 
excellent 
written and oral communication skills, knowledge of recent developments in 
the region 
of responsibility, and experience managing programs and staff.  Proficiency 
in foreign 
language(s) preferred and in some cases required. Extensive overseas travel, 
often to 
overseas countries lacking in amenities. TO APPLY: please visit 
http://new.abanet.org/hr/default.aspx to apply.  All applicants for regular 
full-time 
employment in the U.S. must possess work authorization that does not require 
employer 
sponsorship. 

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*COUNTRY DIRECTOR
MOROCCO 

The ABA¹s Rule of Law Initiative seeks a resident Program Director to 
oversee the 
implementation of its Morocco Program, which operates out of Rabat. The 
Program 
Director duties include but are not limited to overseeing the implementation 
of ABA 
Rule-of-Law Programs and administration of host country office operations; 
providing 
technical and other appropriate assistance to partners; reporting to donors 
on program 
development and engaging in fundraising; and maintaining local partner 
relationships. 
REQUIRES: To receive consideration, candidates must have a JD or a Master's 
Degree 
and 7-10 years relevant work experience, including several years of related 
international 
development experience and significant experience working on juvenile 
justice is 
required; experience with international anti-corruption programs is a plus. 
Experience 
managing USG funded programs, managing foreign staff, and French language 
skills 
preferred.  TO APPLY: please visit http://new.abanet.org/hr/default.aspx to 
apply.  All 
applicants for regular full-time employment in the U.S. must possess work 
authorization that does not require employer sponsorship. 

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*PROGRAM MANAGER, EUROPE AND EURASIA DIVISION
WASHINGTON, DC 

The ABA¹s Rule of Law Initiative seeks a Program Manager (PM) who manages DC 
program support staff to ensure provision of the full range of support to 
field programs; 
and/or serves as primary manager of one or more specialized or country 
programs that 
do not have a primary field-based manager or where primary donor relations 
take place 
in the US; and/or serves as US-based manager with primary direction and 
supervisory 
authority over a field-based manager; responsible for program and business 
development including writing grant proposals and making new donor contacts; 
makes 
field-based visits to assess programs and manage funder relations.  
REQUIRES: 
Bachelor¹s Degree from four-year College or University.  Management and/or 
supervisory experience, preferably in an association or non-profit setting 
to include 
analytical problem solving ability, and programmatic and policy development; 
some 
research and writing skills, substantive budgeting experience; meeting 
planning 
experience a must; fundraising experience is preferred. Four (4) years work 
experience 
is required.  TO APPLY: please visit http://new.abanet.org/hr/default.aspx 
to apply.  All 
applicants for regular full-time employment in the U.S. must possess work 
authorization that does not require employer sponsorship. 

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*LOCAL DEPUTY CHIEF OF PARTY, ENHANCED LIVELIHOODS 
INITIATIVE, 
COLOMBIA (NORTHERN REGION) 

MSI seeks an experienced Deputy Chief of Party for a five-year Consolidation 
and 
Enhanced Livelihood Initiative in the Northern Region of Colombia. The 
project will 
emphasize immediate, short-term interventions to meet urgent economic and 
social 
needs in order to demonstrate Government of Colombia presence and to help 
target 
areas recover more quickly from the effects of conflict. Project activities 
will help build 
confidence in the GOC, provide the opportunity to build relations between 
communities 
and local government, and respond to local dynamics.  The Deputy Chief of 
Party will 
work closely with the Chief of Party to manage the day-to-day operations of 
the project, 
provide expert local knowledge and government liaison, and promote 
livelihoods 
efforts.  REQUIRES: Demonstrated management, leadership skills and reporting 
on 
large and complex programs.  Demonstrated technical expertise with a focus 
on rural 
livelihoods, community development and citizen participation, local 
governance and 
economic opportunities.  Knowledge of and experience in Colombia, preferably 
working at the government/ community interface, and ability to work under 
difficult 
circumstances; Spanish and English language fluency required; Advanced 
degree or 
equivalent experience in related field preferred.  Please note this is a 
local position and 
only Colombian nationals are eligible to apply. 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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*TECHNICAL OFFICER, MARITIME SECURITY 
LONDON 

The International Maritime Organization is seeking a Technical Officer (P.3) 
Maritime 
Security Section in London.  The successful candidate will assist in the 
work of the 
Organization at HQ and abroad with issues relating to maritime security, in 
particular 
with regards to piracy and unlawful activities at sea and in ports, as well 
as facilitation 
of global maritime transport.  REQUIRES: 3 to 5 years of professional 
experience 
depending on qualifications in the fields of maritime security and 
facilitation, piracy 
and armed robbery against ships and other unlawful activities at sea and in 
ports.  Hold 
a university degree or equivalent in one or more of the major maritime or 
port 
disciplines. 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: 10/1/10.  Vacancy no: VN 10-16. 

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*ASSISTANT LEGAL OFFICER
PARIS, FRANCE 

The United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization is 
seeking an 
Assistant Legal Officer (P-1/P-2) in Paris.  Duties: Deal with a broad 
variety of legal 
problems concerning the Organization and draft written opinions concerning 
them;  
Assist in the interpretation of legal materials relevant to the work of the 
Organization 
and in defending of the rights and interests of the Organization, especially 
with regard 
to arbitration proceedings.  REQUIRES: Advanced university degree (Master¹s 
or 
equivalent) in law. Admittance to practice law in a national jurisdiction 
would be an 
asset.  Two (2) to four (4) years of practical legal experience (not 
including internship 
periods), in particular in the field of international arbitration, in a law 
firm or 
intergovernmental organization. One year of professional experience at the 
international 
level would be an asset. TO APPLY: Candidates wishing to apply for this post 
should 
do so through the following website: http://www.unesco.org/employment. 
Vacancy no: 
LA-016.  Closing date: 11/8/10. 

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*LEGAL COUNSEL
AFRICA 

The African Development Bank has posted an opening for a Legal Counsel 
(PL-6) in 
Africa.  Duties: Assist other counsels in conducting a legal appraisal to 
determine the 
best structure of financing based on the recipient of the financing (whether 
a sovereign 
or a parastatals or similar entity), the provisions of the Charter or 
general conditions and 
the available options (e.g. loan products, guarantees), and the legal 
structure and 
operations of the recipient.  REQUIRES: At least a Master¹s degree in Law, 
plus 
admission to the Bar of (or diploma to practice law ) in a member country.  
Preferably 
at least 4 years of relevant professional experience, with an established 
law firm or an 
international financial institution, with proven administrative skills and 
experience in 
major international financial transactions. TO APPLY: Applicants will only 
be 
considered if they submit (preferably electronically, to: recruit at afdb.org) 
a fully 
completed Personal History Form (PHF), available from the Bank¹s web site, 
and attach 
a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (CV) indicating date of birth and 
nationality. The 
African Development Bank is an equal opportunities employer and female 
candidates 
are strongly encouraged to apply.  Closing date: 10/1/10.  Vacancy no: 
ADB/10/120. 

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*OFFICER
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM 

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization seeks an Officer (A-4) in Brussels.  
The 
incumbent will be responsible for monitoring, developing and articulating 
energy 
security and related issues within the Section and at NATO Headquarters. 
He/she will 
work to establish a basis for substantive and timely consultation among the 
members of 
the Alliance as well as with partner nations on energy security related 
issues, including 
critical energy infrastructure risk assessments, energy related challenges 
such as 
environmental issues and other aspects of defence and security.  REQUIRES: 
have a 
university degree, preferably in the field of economics, political science 
or related 
studies; have at least 5 years experience of dealing with defence and/or 
economic topics 
including energy security as well as project management in the public and/or 
private 
sector; have a solid understanding of defence and security economic and 
energy security 
issues, including issues related to partner countries. Please apply online 
at 
http://www.nato.int/structur/recruit/index.htm. Reference the Appropriate 
Vacancy No.  
Closing date: 10/15/10. Vacancy no: A45(2010). 

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*REGULATORY REFORM ANALYST
PARIS 

The Organisation For Economic Co-Operation and Development is looking for an 
Analyst/ Expert (A2/A3) with experience in regulatory policy analysis, 
administrative 
simplification strategies and review of legislation. S/he will be required 
to contribute to 
the development of strategies aimed at cutting red tape, directed towards 
greater 
productivity and competitiveness in Mexico from an international 
perspective; to 
develop practical guidance on measures to help improve the regulatory 
environment at 
federal and state level, and to contribute to the development of reports, 
recommendations, tools, and techniques to improve the quality of regulation 
in Mexico.  
REQUIRES: An advanced degree in law and/or economics, ideally specialized in 
regulation.   Three to seven years experience in dealing with issues of 
regulatory 
policy.   Previous experience with a national or international 
administration responsible 
for a regulatory programme with particular emphasis on reviewing the stock 
of 
regulation.   Previous experience with business competitiveness issues, 
regulatory and 
enforcement issues, 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: 10/2/10.  Vacancy no: 3730. 

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*PROGRAMME ADVISER, POLICIES
CAIRO, EGYPT 

The UN Population Fund is seeking a Programme Adviser, Policies (P-5) in 
Cairo.  
S/He is the principal programme adviser in the Regional Office, providing 
country 
offices with guidance, assistance and support on all programming and policy 
issues. 
The Programme Adviser is part of a team, coordinated by the Regional Team 
Coordinator, accountable for integrated programme and technical support 
within a 
systems strengthening approach which is fundamental to UNFPA¹s overall 
strategy.  
REQUIRES: Advanced University Degree in demography, statistics, population 
studies, 
economics, or other related field.  10 years of increasingly responsible 
professional 
experience in development programmes,  consisting of seven years at the 
international 
level; and 3 years field experience.  Strong track record of leadership, and 
proven 
ability to produce demonstrable results. TO APPLY: Please apply online: 
http://www.unfpa.org/employment/vacancy.html.  Vacancy no: 1653. Closing 
date: 
10/1/10.  

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*PROGRAMME AND TECHNICAL ADVISER, GENDER, HUMAN RIGHTS & 
CULTURE
CAIRO, EGYPT 

The UN Population Fund is seeking a Technical Adviser who provides strategic 
technical and programmatic leadership for the region in the area of 
expertise to ensure 
that the RO and COs remain abreast of the Fund¹s policy and programme 
policies as 
well as current thinking and academic advance in given substantive areas 
affecting the 
ICPD Programme of Action. S/He maintains primary responsibility for 
coordination of 
provision of technical assistance and programe support to the countries of 
the region in 
the area of technical expertise. REQUIRES: Advanced University Degree 
(preferably 
Ph.D.) in social anthropology, law and women¹s rights, sociology, gender, 
cultural 
studies, or other field directly related to the substantive area identified 
in the title of the 
post; 10 years of increasingly responsible professional experience in the 
substantive 
area, of which seven years at the international level. TO APPLY: Please 
apply online: 
http://www.unfpa.org/employment/vacancy.html Vacancy no: 1651.  

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UNITED NATIONS 

The United Nations seeks candidates for the following positions. Apply 
online at: 
https://jobs.un.org/Galaxy/Release3/info/guide.aspx?lang=1200. If you are a 
UN staff 
member, you must submit scanned copies of your two latest Performance 
Appraisal 
System reports at the time of application to email: staffing at un.org, Fax: 
1-917-367-
0524. Reference the Appropriate Vacancy No. 

*SECURITY OFFICER
ADDIS ABABA 

A Security Officer (P-4) is sought in Addis Ababa.  Duties: Specifically, 
the Planning 
Officer will provide support for development of AU staff security management 
concepts and systems, in collaboration with Department of Safety and 
Security (DSS) at 
UN Headquarters. The Planning Officer will also provide advice and liaise 
with the AU 
on matters concerning ongoing AU peacekeeping operations such as the African 
Union 
Mission in Somalia (AMISOM).  REQUIRES: Advanced university degree (Master¹s 
degree or equivalent) in the field of security, international relations, 
business 
management, or related fields.  At least 7 years of progressively 
responsible work 
experience in the international arena in security, military and/or police 
fields. Previous 
UN field experience and knowledge in the areas of staff security and 
peacekeeping 
operations is required. Closing date: 10/3/10.  Vacancy no: 
10-SEC-UNOAU-424805-R-
ADDIS ABABA.  

*SECURITY OFFICER
ADDIS ABABA 

A Security Officer (P-3) is sought in Addis Ababa.  Duties: serve as 
principal adviser to 
the Head of Office on all aspects of security management, crisis readiness 
and 
preparedness related to the integrated office in Addis Ababa; execute 
responsibilities 
with regard to the security of personnel employed by the office and their 
eligible 
dependents and their property.  REQUIRES: Advanced university degree 
(Master¹s 
degree or equivalent) in the field of security, international relations, 
business 
management, or related fields.  At least 5 years of work experience in 
security, military 
and/or police fields. At least 3 years of work experience in the UN is 
desirable. Previous 
UN field experience and knowledge in the areas of staff security is 
required. Previous 
experience in management of security personnel is required. Closing date: 
10/3/10.  
Vacancy no: 10-SEC-UNOAU-424806-R-ADDIS ABABA. 

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*GENDER OFFICER
ROME, ITALY 

The Food and Agriculture Organization is seeking a Gender Officer (P-2) in 
Rome.  
Under the overall supervision of the Principal Advisor, ESWD, and as a 
member of one 
or more technical teams, the incumbent will contribute to the achievement of 
the 
Organizational Results related to ³gender equity in access to resources, 
goods, services 
and decision making in rural areas.²  REQUIRES: Advanced university degree 
in social 
sciences or a related field.  Three years of relevant experience in 
research, policy or 
programme development with a focus on gender mainstreaming and capacity 
development related to one or more of the following fields: food and 
nutrition security, 
land or natural resource tenure, trade and markets, rural or agricultural 
technology, 
social protection/ safety nets, rural employment, rural institutions, or 
socio-economic 
analysis. TO APPLY: Please send your application to: V.A 2453-ESW, Eve 
Crowley, 
Principal Adviser, Gender, Equity and Rural Employment Division, Economic 
and 
Social Department, FAO Viale delle Terme di Caracalla 00153 Rome ITALY, Fax 
No: 
+39 06 57052004, E-mail: VA-2453-ESW at fao.org.  Closing date: 10/11/10. 
Vacancy 
no: 2453-ESW. 

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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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