[SDI-Africa] Job vacancies at BDMS for SADC-THEMA within AMESD

Kate Lance klance_remote at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 22 08:11:57 EDT 2010


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Job vacancies at BDMS for SADC-THEMA within AMESD
Deadline: October 4, 2010
The recruitment of project staff to implement the SADC-THEMA of the AMESD 
project has started. The Botswana Department of Meteorological Services is 
therefore inviting applications from suitably qualified and 

experienced individuals with excellent credentials to fill the following project 
positions on a contract basis for duration of 2 years 8 months:
1) Project Manager
2) Finance and Administration Officer
3) Thematic Expert
4) Software Developer
5) System-Administrator

The African Monitoring of the Environment for Sustainable Development (AMESD) 
initiative makes use of Space technologies (satellites) to observe the 
environment on Earth. The initiative aims to establish operational regional 
information services to support and improve the decision-making process in the 
field of Environmental and Agriculture management. It is scheduled to run until 
December 2013 and receives funding from the European Commission through the 
European Development Fund. The programme is managed by the African Union 
Commission in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The Southern African Development Community 
(SADC), the ACP Secretariat and the other Regional Economic Communities in 
Africa provide guidance to the programme.
AMESD focuses on specific themes in each African region. In the SADC region, the 
theme is “Agricultural and Environmental Resource Management”. (SADC-THEMA).


      
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