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VACANCY: LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES TENURE OFFICER
The Technical Focus (optional) is to provide advice
and assistance on land tenure, land policy, and land administration
within the framework of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible
Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forestry. The Land and
Natural Resources Tenure Officer (Rural Development) reports
administratively to the ADG/REU, directly to the Deputy Regional
Representative, REU and works under the technical guidance of the Deputy
Director of the Climate, Energy and Tenure Division (NRC).
Deadline for application: 5 November 2014
GLTN VACANCY: CHIEF, LAND AND GLTN UNIT
The incumbent must among other things provide the
vision and intellectual and normative lead for land and property;
Implement global, country, partner and donor strategies across different
stakeholder groups and forums; Oversee the management of activities
undertaken by the Unit; Provide collaborative leadership with respect to
the Global Land Tool Network partners; and Determine priorities for the
work program of the Unit and allocates resources for the completion of
Deadline for application: 7 October 2014
CONSULTANCY: PARTNERSHIP AND NETWORKING OFFICER
The Global Land Tool Network (GLTN/the Network) is seeking a person to
lead the coordination and implementation of the GLTN Partnership and
Communication Strategy, also at country level, as well as the
coordination of GLTN as a platform for partners to ensure continued and
enhanced relevance within the land and development sector.
Deadline for application: 15 September 2014
CHIEF TECHNICAL ADVISER (PROJECT), P5
United Nations Human Settlements Programme is seeking a Senior Technical
Adviser for a one year project position at their Regional Office for
Africa, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Goma.
Deadline For Application: 8 September 2014
TENURE-TRACK INSTRUCTOR POSITION, GEOMATICS
requires experience in
teaching both small and large classes over a range of undergraduate and
graduate courses in Geomatics Engineering with emphasis on surveying
(including but not restricted to fundamental field surveying, precise
engineering and deformation surveying, cadastral surveying, hydrographic
surveying, GNSS surveying, laser scanning, etc.) is required.
Ability to teach programming courses will be an asset.
Review of applications will commence 15 May 2014 and continue
until the position is filled.
1 December 2014
At the moment there are unfortunately no project opportunities