A local coordinator for the Project “Technical Assistance to Pension Reform in Georgia”
Duration: 16 months
Starting date: As soon as possible
End of contract: 31 December 2019 (can be continued for a short period)
Position is based in: Tbilisi (address to be defined at a later stage)
Gross monthly salary depending on experience
Requisition ID: req2117
Job Title: Regional Emergency Disease Response Mechanism Specialist
Sector: Program Administration
Employment Category: Regular
Employment Type: Full-Time
Location: Côte d'Ivoire-Abidjan
Europe Foundation (EPF) seeks an evaluation consultant to conduct an evaluation of its programming during 2014-2018, in order to assess whether and to what extent EPF’s programs and grant projects are contributing to the achievement of the Foundation’s mission and programmatic objectives.
Job Title: Risk Analyst
Type of Contract: Regular Consultancy
Location: Johannesburg, South Africa/Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire
Duration: 11 months, with scope for extension
Title: Project Associate, Communication and Publications
Post Number: ICCROM-Sharjah (05-Re-advertised)
Organizational Unit: ICCROM Regional Conservation Centre, UAE
Primary Location: Sharjah, UAE
Recruitment open to: Internal and external candidates
Type of contract: international recruitment
Term: 1 year (Renewable) (Six-month probation)
Deadline (Midnight Rome Time): August 26, 2018
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