Entries for January 2012
Wetlands International invites creative and communicative candidates with a track record in lobby/advocacy to apply for the position of Communications and Advocacy Officer.
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Wetlands international is seeking a a representative and pro-active networker, with good communicative and interpersonal skills, and a sensitivity for corporate culture.
Overall purpose of the job:
Provide support to Wetlands Internationals’ partnership and corporate relations management and develop, implement and report on projects.
Wetlands International's finance team is recruiting a enthusiastic
Finance Officer, who will responsible for the timely and accurate day-to-day operation of general financial processes, the financial project administration and the preparation of quarterly financial and management reports. The Financial Officer will also assist the Financial Controller in preparating data for the annual accounts and audit process.
For the water and climate programmes, we are looking for a commited and experienced Technical Officer - Water and Climate
Overall purpose of the job
Wetlands International has an exciting and rapidly developing portfolio of projects that seek to highlight the importance of wetlands to ensuring truly sustainable water resource management and related climate change adaptation solutions for people and biodiversity. These projects seek to ensure that ecosystems are seen as sustainable development opportunities and are maintained through balanced water, land and ecosystem management solutions from local to basin scale. Key issues that we are tackling include sustainable water allocation; major water infrastructure design and operation; role of wetlands as natural infrastructure especially in relation to water regulation and disaster risk management; the water-food-energy nexus; integrated river basin management.
The role will provide technical leadership and support to the delivery and development of programmes focused on water resources management and climate change adaptation with emphasis on developing countries. The position will be supported by a number of projects including two major DGIS funded MFS2 programmes (Ecosystem Alliance and Partners for Resilience) and several EU research projects focusing on climate change and water issues.