The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has announced it is seeking a team of five highly qualified and dedicated professionals for the implementation of the Dams and Development Project (DDP), headquarted in Cape Town, South Africa.
The DDP is a two-year project, developed as follow up to the World Commission on Dams (WCD), which launched its report in November 2000. The objectives of the DDP are to support the widespread dissemination of the WCD report and related products; support country-level regional and global dialogues on related issues; strengthen interaction and networking among participants in the dams debate with the aim of engaging all stakeholders in the dialogue; and facilitate the flow of information and advice concerning initiatives relevant to the WCD report.
Vacancies for the DDP implementation team, to be located in Cape Town, comprise of a Coordinator at Level 6, two Senior Advisors at Level 5 and two Associate Experts at Level 2.
An internationally competitive salary and benefits at standard UN rates will be offered for the positions.
Interested applicants are requested to send a detailed CV by 31 January 2002 to the Chief of Classification and Recruitment Section, Human Resources Management Services, United Nations Office at Nairobi (UNON), P.O. Box 67578, Nairobi, Kenya, Fax: + 254 2 524212/624.
Please quote NA-01-102 for Coordinator (L-6); NA-01-103 for Senior Advisor (L-5) two posts; NA-01-104 for Associate Expert (L-2) two posts.
The relevant vacancy announcement number must be quoted in all correspondence and inquiries.
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