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Newly added water jobs for the week of 21 June 2016
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Josh’s Pick:
 

1) Junior Global Advisory Panel – REACH (Home-based): 22 July (A unique opportunity for young professionals to participate in the guidance of a rapidly expanding programme)
Minimum years experience requested:
0-4 years:

2) Research Assistant (Risk and Resilience) – ODI (London): 21 June
 
3) Young Leaders for the Sustainable Development Goals – UN: 15 July
 
4) Grants Associate – S.D. Bechtel Jr. Foundation (San Francisco): 5 July
 
5) Environmental Flows Project Associate – TNC (Mt. Shasta, CA, USA): 10 July
 
6) Junior Expert in Natural Resources Management – Oikos Institute (Myanmar): 11 July
 
7) Grants Officer (Resilience) – IISD (Ottawa, ON, Canada): 15 July
 
8) Assistant Coordinator – IIED (London): 13 July
 
9) Entry-Level Water Resources Planner – AECOM (Sacramento, CA, USA): Until filled
 
10) Portfolio Support Officer (Global Sanitation Fund) – WSSCC (Geneva): 3 July
 
11) Targets Data Analyst – CDP (New York or London): 15 July
5-9 years:

12) Project Officer (Water and Climate, P3) – WMO (Geneva): 14 July
 
13) Results Management Officer (Asia Agribusiness) – IFC (TBD): 29 June
 
14) Cities Program Manager – GGGI (Mongolia): 5 July
 
15) Senior Program Officer "The World in 2050" – IIASA (Vienna): Until filled
 
16) Hydrological Scientist – National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (Christchurch, New Zealand): 8 July
 
17) Environment Program Officer (Colorado River) – Walton Family Foundation (Denver, CO, USA): Until filled
 
18) Water Fund Project Manager – TNC (Wilmington, DE, USA): 15 July
 
19) Research Fellowship – Project Drawdown (Home-based): 15 July
 
20) Senior Researcher (Adaptation Finance) – IISD (Various): 15 July
 
21) Senior Researcher (Adaptation) – IISD (Ottawa, ON, Canada): 15 July
 
22) Armenia nationals: Programme Manager – UNDP (Armenia): 30 June
 
23) Namibia nationals: Programme Specialist – UNDP (Namibia): 27 June
 
24) Climate Change Specialist (Adaptation and Mitigation, P4)) – UNICEF (New York): 1 July
 
25) Programme Management Officer – UNEP (Bangkok): 13 July
 
26) Kiswahili speakers: Program Director (Nairobi Water Fund Director) – TNC (Nairobi): 4 July
Not stated/other:

31) Executive Director – Merrimack River Watershed Council (Lawrence, MA, USA): 15 July
 
32) Restoration Project Coordinator – Trout Unlimited (Oregon, USA): Until filled
 
33) water@leeds Co-ordinator – University of Leeds (Leeds, UK): 12 July
 
34) Horn of African Solar Water Pumping Project Coordinator – Oxfam GB (Nairobi): 28 June
 
35) Long-Term Professorship for Water Management - Indo-German Centre for Sustainability (IGCS)/Indian Institute of Technology Madras (Chennai, India): 1 July
 
36) Senior Research Scientist (Climate Change Adaptation and Integrated Land and Resources Management) – University of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan): 31 July
 
37) Senior Research Scientist, Long-term Socio-Ecological Systems Research and Environmental Monitoring – University of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan): 31 July
 
38) Climate and Resilience Policy Advisor – Red Cross and Red Crescent Climate Centre
(Guatemala or Panama): 24 June
 
39) German speakers: Leiter (m/w) des Projekts zur Förderung des interkommunalen Wassermanagements in der Criuleni Dubasari Region – GIZ (Moldova): 28 June
 
40) Local hire: Kenya Project Manager – WSUP (Nairobi): 5 July
 
41) Local hire: Kenya Project Manager – WSUP (Kisumu, Kenay): 5 June
WASH:

43) WASH Project Manager/Technical Advisor - Croix-Rouge Française (Dohuk, Iraq): 22 June
 
44) Pakistan nationals: WASH Officers (5 positions) – UNICEF (Pakistan): 24 June
 
45) Water Sanitation Engineer – CTG Global (Somalia): Until filled
 
46) Local hire: Water Supply and Sanitation Specialist – World Bank (Papua New Guinea): 28 June
 
47) Emergency WASH Manager – GOAL (London): Until filled
 
48) India nationals: WASH Specialist – UNICEF (Chennai): 29 June
 
49) Ethiopia nationals: WASH Specialist – UNICEF (Ethiopia): 29 June
 
50) WASH Advisor – CARE Australia (Fiji): 3 July
 
51) WASH Adviser – GOAL (London): Until filled
 
52) WASH Programme Manager – Solidarités International (Athens): Until filled
 
53) French speakers/Re-advertised: Responsable Programme EHA – Solidarités International (Cameroon): 31 July
 
54) Arabic speakers: Behavioral Change Coordinator (WASH) – World Vision (Lebanon): 3 July
 
55) French speakers: Un Coordinateur Eau, Assainissement et Hygiène (H/F) – ACF (Haiti): Until filled
 
56) WASH Coordinator (P3) – UNICEF (Ecuador): 24 June
 
57) French speakers: WASH Manager (P4) – UNICEF (Mali): 2 July
 
58) French speakers: WASH Manager – International Medical Corps (Cameroon): Until filled
 
59) WASH Specialist (P3) – UNICEF (New York): 4 July
 
60) French speakers: WASH Coordinator – ACF (DRC): 20 July
 
61) Field Support Team (WASH Cluster Coordinator) – ACF (Switzerland): Until filled
Consultancies:

62) Research on the impact of the Gaza Reconstruction Mechanism on access to WASH in Gaza – Oxfam GB (Gaza): 22 June
 
63) Climate Change Adaptation Specialist – UNDP (Home-based): 30 June
 
64) End of project evaluation Integrated WASH and Livelihoods Response – Oxfam GB (Somalia): 24 June
 
65) Water Sector Institutional Review And Options Assessment Study (3 positions) – World Bank (Myanmar): 23 June
 
66) Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel (STAP) - GEF Adaptation Panel member – GEF (Home-based): 14 July
 
67) Mainstreaming of Sustainable Development Goals for Angola – UNDP (Angola): 16 July
 
68) Somali speakers: Environment Expert – CTG Global (Somalia): 24 June
 
69) International Community Mobilization Consultant for sanitation demand creation – UNICEF (Ghana): 4 July
 
70) Senior Advisor On Global Environmental Finance and Implementation of The 2030 Agenda For Sustainable Development – UNDP (Home-based): 4 July
 
71) International Environmental Safeguards Specialist – Adam Smith International (Afghanistan): Until filled
 
72) Investment Prioritization International Expert – GGGI (Vietnam): 29 June
 
73) Water Information System Expert – UNDP (Bosnia & Herzegovina): 30 June
 
74) Berater (w/m) für das Deutsch-Jordanische Wasserportfolio – GIZ (Germany/Jordan): 30 June
 
75) Communications Trainer (Int'l Consultant) – Mekong River Commission (Laos): 28 June
 
76) Writer/Editor (Int'l Consultant) – Mekong River Commission (Home-based w/travel): 28 June
 
77) Khmer, Thai/Lao or Vietnamese speakers: Communications Associate (Regional Consultant) – Mekong River Commission (Laos): 28 June
 
78) Disaster and Climate Resilience Programme Formulation-CCED (Team Leader) – UNDP (Home-based w/travel): 30 June
 
79) Junior Support Consultant for Ecosystems & Biodiversity – UNDP (Home-based): 30 June
 
80) WASH Consultant (Drought Response) – UNICEF (Swaziland): 5 July
Internships:

84) Environmental Assessments and Inventory Grad Intern – Walt Disney Company (Glendale, CA, USA): Until filled
 
85) Internship – Climate Analytics (New York): 30 June
 
86) Intern (Environmental Affairs, 3 positions) – UNESCAP (Bangkok): 31 January 2017
 
87) Intern (Environmental Affairs) – UNESCAP (Incheon, South Korea): 28 February 2017
 
88) Environment Management – UNEP (Nairobi): 29 June
 
89) Spanish speakers: Programme Support Inter – UNEP (Panama): 22 June
 
90) Disaster Response and Risk Reduction Intern – WWF-US (Washington DC): Until filled
 
91) Resilient and Sustainable Development (RSD) Intern (Climate Finance) – UNDP (Fiji): 28 June
Other:
 
A message per the request of David Zetland:
 
Hi everyone,
 
I am looking for short (700-1000 word) "visions" of a climate-changed world where sea levels have risen by 2 meters, “extreme” weather is routine, and humans must adapt to complex changes in environmental, social, political and economic conditions. These visions may bring optimistic, pessimistic, social, technical, macro, and/or micro perspectives to the discussion.  There is no right way to engage this complex topic.
 
This non-commercial project has three steps:
 
  • In the proposal phase (now), authors offer their vision of a climate-changed world where sea levels have risen by 2 meters, “extreme” weather is routine, and humans must adapt to complex changes in environmental, social, political and economic conditions.
  • In the discussion phase (from 1 Sep 2016), authors’ visions will be published as blog posts here, for discussion and debate. Here’s a sample post.
  • In the publication phase (late 2017), the editor will collect and edit the best posts into chapters for a book, Life Plus 2 Meters.
 
Interested? Read about the science driving this narrative and how to submit as an author.
 
Please forward and share this with colleagues -- especially in other disciplines!
 
Cheers!
David
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